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ETM Platform

  1. 1. Every Trainee Matters –Leonardo da Vinci project Steps on how to start working on ETM Platform Renata Figlewicz rfiglewicz@swspiz.pl 6-7 october 2011, Plovdiv (BG)
  2. 2. Knowledge about needs and expectations Done
  3. 3. e-Learning materials To be done
  4. 4. students To recruit
  5. 5. Ten Commandments of a1. textbook author .doc or .docx format2. Times New Roman 12 font,3. 1,5 interline spacing.4. Divided into modules5. Tests or control question after each module (preffered sigle choice tests)6. From practice to theory7. Introduction, main body, summary8. .ppt short presentation of the content9. Interesting topic10. Interesting narration (cliparts, schemas, pictures) More requirements in the „Standards for multimedia ETM manuals”
  6. 6. Students recruitment• Structure of target group (quantity of pilot group members)• Needed skills – English speakers, Internet surfers, VET specialists• Data of participants – name, surname, phone number, e-mail, status (recruitment on-line form), city, country
  7. 7. Tutors recruitment and training• The Polish team will train the trainers chosen by project partners (on-line training and support).• The Trainers will present functionalities of the Platform to their students. (possible real meeting in IT classroom).• Polish Administrator of ETM course will contact immediately with the trainers• The trainers will contact immediately with Polish Administrator if needed.
  8. 8. Pilot course communication tree (scheme)
  9. 9. Needs and expectations of Course Administrator• On-line recruitment of the participants• Data of e-teachers in each country (name, surname, e-mail, phone number)• Schedule of the Pilot course (by modules: start on… finish on…)• Tasks to do in each module (project, test, others…)• Common methodology of assessment (how much points in each task, how much points minimum give the particicpant pass
  10. 10. ThanksE-mail addresses: Administrator of the pilot testAndrzej Frydrych afrydrych@swspiz.plMe  rfiglewicz@swspiz.plMarta mkedzia@swspiz.pl
  11. 11. Which LMS has the most quiz import formats?A) MoodleB) ATutorC) ClarolineD) BlackboardANSWER: AMoodle docs about AIKEN test format Back to: TEN COMMANDMENTS
  12. 12. Example of course assessment Whole course = 100 points fail>60<pass 95 – 100 points = excellent (5) 89 – 94 points = very good (4+) 80 – 88 points = good (4) 75 – 79 points = sufficient + (3+) 60 – 74 points = sufficient (3) Less than 60 points = fail (2) Needs and expectations of Course Administrator

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