INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN IN AN OPEN LEARNING ENVIRONMENT



M.Sc. Martha Isabel Tobón Lindo
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Research phases

First phase: analysis and design.

In this phase a conceptual framework is developed, in order to know th...
CONCLUSION

This model offers a greater probability of success in the learning process of the module computers
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This research is about a methodological strategy for the construction of modules in a virtual environment. The strategy is derived from a model which articulates the technological, communicative and pedagogical dimensions of the learning process.

From a technological perspective, it is developed a logical and physical structure, based on the Methodology of the Reusable Learning Object developed by Cisco Systems.

The pedagogical and communicative approach, are associated with Reigeluth's model of instructional-design theory for open learning environment.

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  1. 1. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN IN AN OPEN LEARNING ENVIRONMENT M.Sc. Martha Isabel Tobón Lindo http://www.slideshare.net/misabell - Cell phone: (57) 3105051802 - tobonlindo@yahoo.com Abstract This research is about a methodological strategy for the construction of modules in a virtual environment. The strategy is derived from a model which articulates the technological, communicative and pedagogical dimensions of the learning process. From a technological perspective, it is developed a logical and physical structure, based on the Methodology of the Reusable Learning Object developed by Cisco Systems. The pedagogical and communicative approach, are associated with Reigeluth's model of instructional-design theory for open learning environment. Research question What results are obtained after the application of the module Computers as applied to education in a virtual learning environment, based on Reigeluth's model of instructional-design theory for open learning environment? Objectives • To develop the module computers as applied to education based on Reigeluth's model of instructional-design theory for open learning environment • To find out the module’s effectiveness, efficiency and appeal Population The study is applied to students of third semester of Education Degree at Technological University in Pereira.
  2. 2. Research phases First phase: analysis and design. In this phase a conceptual framework is developed, in order to know the relationships between virtual education and pedagogic models, learning in virtual communities, learning's theories, instructional design for open learning environment and Reusable Learning Objects. Second phase: Development and implementation In this phase a virtual classroom is developed and implemented by using MOODLE, based on the instructional-design theory and Reusable Learning Object. Also, some other aspects were considered, such as: facilitating context, resources, tools and support. Third phase: Application and validation The module was applied and validated in two groups: one experimental group and the other for control purposes. These were the results: Appeal: 73% of students said they completely agree with various positive statements reated respect to the module.
  3. 3. CONCLUSION This model offers a greater probability of success in the learning process of the module computers as applied to education, because: • The learning objectives were achieved with a high level. In fact, 64% of students had no knowledge about computers as applied to education when they started the module and 94% of students were taking the course for the first time. • Students used a shorter time to learn new skills from eLearning (18 hours) in comparison with face-to-face strategy (24 hours) • The different components of instructional design such as: facilitating context, resources, tools and support, had as a result major appeal for object study. This is say for 73% of students.

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