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Guide for Task 3, TAA eLearning competencies

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    • Assessment Task 3
      • From your exploration of eLearning strategies, web 2 tools and Learning styles explore 2 eLearning strategies that would be a likely choice for you when delivering to your predominant target group of learners.
      • You will publish your findings on the wiki for this course at http://taayum.wikispaces.com/ . Add a page there and include the required information
    • Assessment Task 3
    • Questions for today
      • How do learning theories relate to online learning activities
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    • Learning Theory – Behaviorism
      • We learn because we make a particular response to a given stimulus
    • Learning Theory – Cognitivism
      • Behaviourism didn’t have a role for thinking . ~to learn something you must have: Attention:
      • Retention:
      • Reproduction:
      • Motivation:
    • Learning Theory – Constructivism
      • Our past experiences have a great influence on how we learn.
      • emphasises learning, not teaching
      • encourages learners to use initiative and be independent
      • encourages learners to interact with other learners/teacher/mentor
      • supports co-operative learning
    • Learning Theory
    • Learning Theory – Online Learning
      • Most computer-based learning now is based around constructivism, but with elements of behaviourism and cognitivism thrown in!
    • Basic Tenants of Constructivism
      • Knowledge is constructed from and shaped by experience.
      • Learners must take an active role and assume responsibility for their learning.
      • Learning is a collaborative process and students create their own meaning from obtaining multiple perspectives.
    • Basic Tenants of Constructivism
      • Learning should occur in a realistic setting.
      • Learners should choose their own path through content and activities.
      • Content should be presented holistically, not broken into separate smaller tasks.
    • Constructivism – How Realistic?
      • Learning should occur in a realistic setting.
    • Constructivism – How Realistic?
      • Knowledge is constructed from and shaped by experience.
    • Constructivism – How Realistic?
      • Learners should choose their own path through content and activities.
    • Constructivism – How Realistic?
      • Content should be presented holistically, not broken into separate smaller tasks.