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Workshop – Elaborating your MOOC approach: design considerations
Dr. Olga Firssova
EMMA Summer School
July 7, 2015, 9.00 –...
Program
9.00 Introduction
9.05 Design considerations: MOOC vs traditional
course (warming-up)
9.20 Introduction of the tas...
Design considerationsEMMA MOOC provider requirements
 Learning goals
 Prior knowledge & (digital) skills
 Social aspects of learning
 Flexibility of learning
 Learning ta...
Design considerations: F2F vs MOOC
1. Discuss in your group and write down in keywords
possible implications for design fr...
 Learning goals
 Prior knowledge & (digital) skills
 Social aspects of learning
 Flexibility of learning
 Learning ta...
Task-based design for MOOCs
• For the presented whole task specify a
progression of 3 consequent tasks from less to
more c...
Feedback will follow in the Wednesday morning
session
Thank you!
Mart Lanpere martl@tlu.ee
Olga Firssova olga.firssova@ou....
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EMMA Summer School - O. Firssova, M. Laanpere - Workshop – Elaborating your MOOC approach design considerations

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The principles and techniques of the task-centered instructional design will be introduced and practiced in the hands-on group work that involves creating, sequencing and validating authentic instructional tasks. A special focus will be on mapping the instructional tasks in MOOC to facts, concepts, procedures and rules identified in the course objectves, as well as scaffolding the learning through well-designed course assignments and learning resources.

This presentation was given during the EMMA Summer School, that took place in Ischia (Italy) on 4-11 July 2015.

More info on the website: http://project.europeanmoocs.eu/project/get-involved/summer-school/

Follow our MOOCs: http://platform.europeanmoocs.eu/MOOCs

Design and deliver your MOOC with EMMA: http://project.europeanmoocs.eu/project/get-involved/become-an-emma-mooc-provider/

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EMMA Summer School - O. Firssova, M. Laanpere - Workshop – Elaborating your MOOC approach design considerations

  1. 1. Workshop – Elaborating your MOOC approach: design considerations Dr. Olga Firssova EMMA Summer School July 7, 2015, 9.00 – 10.30 Dr. Mart Laanpere
  2. 2. Program 9.00 Introduction 9.05 Design considerations: MOOC vs traditional course (warming-up) 9.20 Introduction of the task-based design approach (for MOOC design) 9.40 Applying the task-based approach (hands-on) 10.10 Presenting the results (3 min)
  3. 3. Design considerationsEMMA MOOC provider requirements
  4. 4.  Learning goals  Prior knowledge & (digital) skills  Social aspects of learning  Flexibility of learning  Learning tasks and activities  Individual or group learning  Interaction with materials, teacher, peers  Synchronous & asynchronous communication  (Computer supported) collaborative learning  Use of tools & re-(sources)  Classroom  Online platform(s)  Personal learning environment  (Online) (re)sources & materials  (Electronic) tools  Multimedia learning  Internet access  Embedded feedback,  Online assessment  Integration  Part of a larger whole  Instructional model /pedagogy  Course duration  Domain /subject  Objectives  Outcomes  Assessment criteria  Structure/dependencies  Instructional strategy  Design (micro)  Pedagogical approach  Guidance and feedback  Formative and summative assessment  Interaction with learners live and online  F2F /real time /asynchronously  Communication with L /Ls  Use of tools & re-(sources) Teacher Learner Curriculum Environment
  5. 5. Design considerations: F2F vs MOOC 1. Discuss in your group and write down in keywords possible implications for design from one of the four perspectives. Use post-its of resp. colors. 2. Fill in a Venn diagram for each of the four perspectives on a separate flow-chart. Learner Teacher Curriculum Environment MOOC F2F
  6. 6.  Learning goals  Prior knowledge & (digital) skills  Social aspects of learning  Flexibility of learning  Learning tasks and activities  Individual or group learning  Interaction with materials, teacher, peers  Synchronous & asynchronous communication  (Computer supported) collaborative learning  Use of tools & re-(sources)  Classroom  Online platform(s)  Personal learning environment  (Online) (re)sources & materials  (Electronic) tools  Multimedia learning  Internet access  Embedded feedback,  Online assessment  Integration  Part of a larger whole  Instructional model /pedagogy  Course duration  Domain /subject  Objectives  Outcomes  Assessment criteria  Structure/dependencies  Instructional strategy  Design (micro)  Pedagogical approach  Guidance and feedback  Formative and summative assessment  Interaction with learners live and online  F2F /real time /asynchronously  Communication with L /Ls  Use of tools & re-(sources) Teacher Learner Curriculum Environment
  7. 7. Task-based design for MOOCs • For the presented whole task specify a progression of 3 consequent tasks from less to more complex • For each task identify at least two components (concepts and procedures) • Fill in the template and present it in 3 minutes
  8. 8. Feedback will follow in the Wednesday morning session Thank you! Mart Lanpere martl@tlu.ee Olga Firssova olga.firssova@ou.nl

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