Difference being the culture that the teacher wants to design and manage. These are sometimes perceivable and we did this in the examples active vs. passive
Instances of participation look different online The culture of learning can’t be automatically transferred from F2F to online. The learning culture manifests itself in very different ways to f2f classes.
This is our essential question that throughout today you should reflect on and work towards answering.
My struggle in deciding the format.
Modeling my use and design of the LMS - schoology could have demonstrated some of the design in action but ultimately I would spend 10 mins at the beginning getting people over the technology barrier
Could have done this online then could have showcased managing examples but ultimately this is a face-to-face workshop But end of the day, this is TESOL Arabia workshop, so must have content instruction, active audience critical thinking
Or to model best practice and the way I want you to see learning (my intended culture of learning), at the end you will be able to
Intended vs actual learning culture - two different things
Talk about each area and the importance of the chosen 4.
Note that learner characteristics is one area that is problematic (learner sytles debate) - and Ross said not as important as they thought it would be. Learner analysis, yes, but for purpose of learner styles, no.
Use of ESL
More for learning objectives than for outcomes, but not necessarily always the case.
Online learning workshop TESOL Arabia 2015
Designing and Managing
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Apple Professional Developer
• Culture of Learning
• Kemp’s Instructional Design Model
• Design and Manage:
• Instructional Problems
• Instructional Objectives
• Instructional Strategies
• Instructional Delivery
My struggle with this workshop
By the end of this session, you will
be able to:
• Define your intended culture of
• Describe the key stages in
Kemp’s ID model
• Analyse your course for _____
• Identify best practice to design
and manage online courses
Outcomes and objectives:
being clear in what students
will do within the online
The end target
The steps towards the outcomes
Learning objectives of activities, tasks,
assignments guide students towards
meeting the learning outcomes of the
assessment and course.
• Outcomes vs objectives
Instructional design process
Do it right the first time
Design the learning and
(intended) culture before
students participate in online
course and meet learning
outcomes / objectives
• Be creative
Refer to Learning
• Your role
Ensure practice is built on
Build in communication
• Pedagogy vs technology
Ensure a blend
Deliver your personality
Accessibility and equality