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Tel1 2013 04-04

  1. 1. TEL1 2013-04-04Constructing the learningenvironment foryour TEL course Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  2. 2. 2013-01-31 2013-02-14 2013-02-28 2013-03-01 2013-03-14 2013-03-15 2013-04-04 2013-04-18Thursday Thursday Thursday Friday Thursday Friday Thursday Thursday08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-11:30 08:15-15:45 08:15-14:00 08:15-15:45 08:15-11:30 08:15-11:30KTK205 + KTK303 + KTK303 + KTK215 KTK112 KTK303 KTK215 HU108KTK112 KTK140 KTK140Course info, Lectures and Lectures and Problem-Based Lectures and Problem-Based Lectures and Collaborativelectures and collaborative collaborative Learning (PBL) collaborative Learning (PBL) collaborative studying andcollaborative studying studying studying studying ending the coursestudying OUTCOME:GATHERING PEDAGOGICAL TECHNOLOGICAL CONSTRUCTING A TEL COURSEIDEAS SCRIPTING SCRIPTING THE COURSE DESIGNED BY ENVIRONMENT YOU Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  3. 3. Today’s schedule: Thursday 2013-04-0408:15-09:45 Collaborative studying (PBL, step 7):KTK21510:00-11:30 Presenting the results of PBLKTK215 Instructions and evaluation criteria for the course environment14:00-15:30 Optional ICT Workshop (with Jari Laru)KTK207 Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  4. 4. PBL - Step 7• Present your findings to the team• Discuss your findings and create a joint (20 min) presentation about your answer to your learning goal/question• Remember to include the sources of the information (references) somehow to your presentation You have 90 minutes for this step Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  5. 5. PBL - Presenting the results10:00 Factors of the environment that influencepositively heterogenity?10:20 How does blog support learning?10:40 What are affordances of using VLE (Optima,Moodle, Wiki, BlackBoard…) from student and teacherperspective11:00 Discovering the relations between differenttechnological tools, their affordances and pedagogicalpurposes Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  6. 6. Constructing the course environment– Every course design has some kind of ”home” environment. If you are not using any on-line learning environment, you should at least have one page (in wiki for example) where you give the basic information about the course structure and have links to all the necessary materials etc.– The technical implementation is based on your scripts– The course structure, timing and all the learning spaces and tools (physical or virtual) should be somehow visible.– Includes: • Instructions and assignments DUE DATE: 14th of April • Pictures, other visual elements • Links or embeddings (existing materials) Send the link to your environment– Remember to test all the links, check the spelling to Venla and/or Jari and revise the structural elements Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  7. 7. The assessment criteria for the course platform and implementation (1)5 • The course is constructed to be logical and clear. • The learning outcomes of the course are explicit from the student’s point of view. • The timetable, instructions and other materials are complete and follow the socio-technical design and pedagogical model. • The implementation follows the pedagogical and technical scripts. • The course is functional in terms of technology, content and pedagogy. • The technical implementation (socio-technical design) is creative and innovative4 • The course is constructed to be logical and clear. • The learning outcomes of the course are explicit. • The timetable, instructions and materials are based on the chosen pedagogical model and socio-technical design. • The implementation is based on the pedagogical and technical scripts. • The course is functional in terms of technology, content and Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learningpedagogy. and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  8. 8. The assessment criteria for the course platform and implementation (2)3 • The course is constructed to be mainly logical and clear. • The learning outcomes of the course are explicit. • The timetable, instructions and materials are based on the chosen pedagogical model and are mostly complete. • The implementation is mainly based on the pedagogical and technical scripts. • The course is mainly functional in terms of technology, content and pedagogy.2 • The structure of the course is partly messy and unclear. • The learning outcomes of the course are not explicit. • The timetable, instructions and materials are not clearly based on the pedagogical description and socio-technical design. • The implementation is mostly not based on the pedagogical and technical scripts. • There are some shortcomings in the technical or pedagogical functionalities. Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  9. 9. The assessment criteria for the course platform and implementation (3)1 • The course implementation is ill structured and unclear. • The learning outcomes of the course are not explicit. • The timetable and other materials can be found in the platform, but they are not based on the pedagogical description and socio-technical design. • The whole implementation does not follow the pedagogical or technical scripts. • There are critical shortcomings in the socio-technical and/or pedagogical functionalities.0 • The implementation of the course is unfinished. The course platform is unclear and missing most of the necessary content and structure.The team grade (0-5) is the (rounded) average of:• pedagogical script (graded 0-5)• technological script and course environment (graded 0-5) Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04
  10. 10. Last meeting on April 18th: PRESENTING THE COURSES THAT YOU HAVE DESIGNED 20 min / team (prepare a presentation as a team with your own style)DISCUSSION ABOUT YOUR DESIGN PROCESS AND EVALUATING YOUR COLLABORATION (fill in the individual assessment forms before the meeting) Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-04

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