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How-To-Use-Interaction-To-Drive-Engagement-and-Learning-Outcomes

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This 30-minutes Master Class explores ways to increase interaction between learners and their instructors, content and other learners using course design, features and blocks in Moodle and Totara Learn.
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How-To-Use-Interaction-To-Drive-Engagement-and-Learning-Outcomes

  1. 1. Erin Melvin - Presenter Learning and Development Manager Stewart Rogers - Moderator VP, Products How to Use Interaction to Drive Engagement and Learning Outcomes
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  3. 3. I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn. ~Albert Einstein
  4. 4. Agenda 1. Learner to Content 2. Learner to Instructor 3. Learner to Learner 4
  5. 5. Your Task: Your Interactivity We’ll provide ways to interact with us today: ● Interact ● If not, ask yourself, “Why?” ○ (no judgment) ○ Does this response reflect my end users (needs in learning)? 5
  6. 6. First 3 Tasks: Download the Handouts 1. Questions to ask yourself to assess your learning program 2. Slides: more detailed (so you don’t have to take notes) 3. Tell us you downloaded them in the Question area ○ Send results to you with follow-up email 6
  7. 7. Oprah Quote:
  8. 8. Oprah Quote: “They all wanted validation.”
  9. 9. What’s one thing I know about my learners?
  10. 10. Learner to Content
  11. 11. Learner-to-Content Interaction 1. Less is more: create curiosity and connection 2. Carefully consider each piece of content that is provided for students a. Validate their needs b. meet learning outcomes 3. Design opportunities for students to engage with content 11
  12. 12. “They all wanted validation.”
  13. 13. Did you hear me?
  14. 14. Did you see me?
  15. 15. Did what I say mean anything to you?
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  17. 17. Suggestions ● Restrict Access ○ Force sequencing ○ Create pathways of learning ■ Open specific resources for under/overachieving learners ■ Extra resources section (extra marks/kudos) ● H5P ○ Interactive videos (resource) ● Choice Activity (Poll) ○ Can be added in between content to check understanding 17
  18. 18. Other Suggestions ● User Tours ● Completion Progress block ● Course Time Tracker (how much time spent in course) 18
  19. 19. Learner to Instructor
  20. 20. Learner to Instructor, Teacher, Coach, Facilitator, Manager, Assessor, Lead Student, Education Coordinator
  21. 21. Learner-to-Instructor Interaction 1. Found to be the most important type of interaction in online environments 2. Helps learners feel a greater sense of community 3. Leads to higher levels of student engagement 21
  22. 22. Learner-to-Instructor Interaction 1. Provide information on expectations 2. Participating in discussions 3. Providing feedback 22
  23. 23. Possibilities 1. Provide information on expectations a. Pre-course marketing campaign b. Use an HMTL Block c. Embed a welcome video 23
  24. 24. Possibilities 1. Providing information on expectations 2. Participating in discussions a. Forums in the course b. Lead students 24
  25. 25. Possibilities 1. Providing information on expectations 2. Participating in discussions 3. Providing feedback a. Create easy-to-access touchpoints b. Proactively reach out to learners c. Private Wiki (with instructor) 25
  26. 26. Learner to Learner
  27. 27. Learner to Learner Interaction 1. Quality over quantity 2. Learners facilitate discussions 3. Collaborative project-based learning 27
  28. 28. Learner to Learner Interaction ● Quality over quantity ○ Opportunity to practice values attached the environment ○ Social Competencies ● Learners facilitate discussions ○ Instructor models ○ Whole class, small groups, pairs ● Collaborative project-based learning ○ Peer review 28
  29. 29. Possibilities 1. Forums 2. Wiki 3. Database 29
  30. 30. Possibilities ● Forums ○ Group Discussions (Visible/Separate) ○ Assign roles to ‘speakers’ ● Wiki ○ Collaborative work ○ G-Suite ● Database ○ Collect and share data/ideas/resources 30
  31. 31. Interactions 1. Lambda Labs: Sign Up a. Using H5P to Create Engaging Activities b. Zoola Analytics: Creating Impactful Insights with Reports and Dashboards 2. Sign up for our newsletter (survey question) to find out how to measure the impact of your badge initiative a. (Which, by the way is a great way to show validation!) 3. Do the poll: first thing to do (add ideas in chat) 31
  32. 32. Poll: What’s the first thing you are going to do? 1. Discuss this webinar with your team 2. Review your courses using the question sheet handout 3. Create a plan of action 4. Try one of the activities shown today 32
  33. 33. Phone: +1.877.694.5289 Web: techsupport.lambdasolutions.net Email: support@lambdasolutions.net

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