Introduction to E-learning(cont.)<br />Kate Boardman<br />February 19th, 2010<br />
Learning<br />
Good Practice<br />Encourages contacts between students and faculty<br />Develops reciprocity and cooperation among studen...
E-learning<br />
Exercise<br />Discuss your own module outline/handbook, teaching methods/practices. Consider:<br />What kind of thing can ...
Pros & Cons<br />Help<br />Flexible<br />Feedback<br />Collaborative learning<br />Range of resources accommodates differe...
E-learning in practice<br />E-learning:<br />A new way of delivering teaching and learning<br />VLE is just a delivery sys...
Virtual Learning Environment<br />Course content – resource distribution<br />Group communication and collaboration<br />A...
Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feedback<...
VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups – discussion boards/wikis/blogs<br />
Discussion Uses<br />Noticeboard / General queries<br />Frequently Asked Questions<br />Social discussion<br />Seminar wor...
VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feed...
Giving and Receiving Feedback<br />Combination of online assessment<br />Progress, self-tests with feedback<br />Regular c...
VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feed...
VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feed...
VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feed...
VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feed...
VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />
What level of VLE use?<br />Web enhanced<br />As a supplement or additional resource for course<br />Mainly pre-determined...
Decisions?<br />Coverage<br />Navigation structure<br />Folder structure<br />Content planning<br />Communication – e-mode...
Construction<br />Staff<br />Tools<br />Layout<br />Communication<br />Feedback<br />Presentation<br />Assessment<br />Org...
Good Practice<br />Encourages contacts between students and faculty<br />Develops reciprocity and cooperation among studen...
Framework<br />
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Intro to Technology Enhanced Learning (part 2)

  1. 1. Introduction to E-learning(cont.)<br />Kate Boardman<br />February 19th, 2010<br />
  2. 2. Learning<br />
  3. 3. Good Practice<br />Encourages contacts between students and faculty<br />Develops reciprocity and cooperation among students<br />Uses active learning techniques<br />Gives prompt feedback<br />Emphasizes time on task<br />Communicates high expectations<br />Respects diverse talents and ways of learning<br />Chickering A W & Gamson Z F (1987), "Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education" AAHE Bulletin<br />
  4. 4. E-learning<br />
  5. 5. Exercise<br />Discuss your own module outline/handbook, teaching methods/practices. Consider:<br />What kind of thing can go online?<br />What kind of thing can't?<br />What should?<br />What shouldn't?<br />What can you think of you can use online for that you can't do face to face?<br />What advantages and disadvantages can you see?<br />
  6. 6. Pros & Cons<br />Help<br />Flexible<br />Feedback<br />Collaborative learning<br />Range of resources accommodates different learning styles<br />Hinder<br />Investment of time and skills<br />Equipment<br />Isolation for some students<br />
  7. 7. E-learning in practice<br />E-learning:<br />A new way of delivering teaching and learning<br />VLE is just a delivery system<br />Some new skills to master<br />Conventional approaches can transfer online<br />Online courses/material should be developed:<br />According to course/learner need<br />In line with current approaches<br />Using the medium to support teaching and learning<br />To support/enhance existing methods<br />
  8. 8. Virtual Learning Environment<br />Course content – resource distribution<br />Group communication and collaboration<br />Assessment<br />Student management<br />Customisable<br />
  9. 9. Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feedback<br />Media-rich content<br />Enhanced use of existing CAL applications<br />Development of ‘e-tivities’/PBL<br />
  10. 10. VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups – discussion boards/wikis/blogs<br />
  11. 11. Discussion Uses<br />Noticeboard / General queries<br />Frequently Asked Questions<br />Social discussion<br />Seminar work<br />Book reviews<br />Feedback on course<br />Role play exercises<br />‘E-tivities’<br />
  12. 12. VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feedback<br />
  13. 13. Giving and Receiving Feedback<br />Combination of online assessment<br />Progress, self-tests with feedback<br />Regular collection of feedback from students<br />Regular distribution of feedback to students<br />Interactive online seminar prep/follow-up<br />Provision of last year’s evaluation results<br />
  14. 14. VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feedback<br />Media-rich content<br />
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  16. 16. VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feedback<br />Media-rich content<br />
  17. 17. VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feedback<br />Media-rich content<br />
  18. 18. VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />Promotion of learning through discussion groups<br />Self-test assessment with feedback<br />Media-rich content<br />Development of ‘e-tivities’/Problem-Based Learning<br />
  19. 19. VLE: Valuable Learning Experience<br />
  20. 20. What level of VLE use?<br />Web enhanced<br />As a supplement or additional resource for course<br />Mainly pre-determined and stable content materials<br />Web focussed<br />Used as a required element of course<br />Some pre-determined content<br />Some created by learners - research findings etc<br />Web driven<br />Used as primary course delivery mechanism<br />Fluid and dynamic content<br />More determined by individual/group<br />
  21. 21. Decisions?<br />Coverage<br />Navigation structure<br />Folder structure<br />Content planning<br />Communication – e-moderating<br />Assessment – self-assessed formative<br />Learning paths – adaptive release<br />Rich media – interaction & extension<br />
  22. 22. Construction<br />Staff<br />Tools<br />Layout<br />Communication<br />Feedback<br />Presentation<br />Assessment<br />Organisation<br />Students<br />
  23. 23. Good Practice<br />Encourages contacts between students and faculty<br />Develops reciprocity and cooperation among students<br />Uses active learning techniques<br />Gives prompt feedback<br />Emphasizes time on task<br />Communicates high expectations<br />Respects diverse talents and ways of learning<br />Chickering A W & Gamson Z F (1987), "Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education" AAHE Bulletin<br />
  24. 24. Framework<br />

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