Design Quality OnlineCourse Designing for a Quality Online Course In this framework/guide, the model used for course development is a project team-based structure. The framewok still can be used by those who have a "lone ranger" approach to the course development process. All of the resources can be used as they are, and are in development based on feedback received and ongoing research in the field. Please provide your comments and feedback to Afsaneh Sharif at firstname.lastname@example.org. PDPIE Framework: Online Course Development Quality Cycle The main phases of online course development cycle, in majority of instructional design models, follows ADDIE model. Online Course Development Checklist Online Course Quality Checklist Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is added to this resource as the recent development in the area of online learning carrying three key characteristics: 1) low cost or no cost, 2) open access 3) large-scale participation Online Learning: Course Development Team [Expand]
EasyTag Use in PE | Handheld Learning in PE 22/09/2011 by Phil Barrett I am currently delivering Unit 22 (Officiating) of the L3 Btec Sport course and their second assignment is focussing on analysis of performance of an official. A trial run was completed using a year 7 rugby lesson this morning ready for a full analysis of an extra curricular match next week. The pictures in the post show the criteria they created using the EasyTag panel. This was a trial run so the panels will need to be modified to best suit what exactly they should be looking for in an official. For more information on EasyTag see my post on the top PE apps by clicking here. Like this: Like Loading... Planning for Online Learning - Centre for Teaching and Learning Teaching Methods > Online/Blended Key Shifts in Thinking for Online Learning When planning for teaching online there are several key shifts in thinking to transform a traditional classroom based course for online delivery. The need to design and develop a course that is “learning-centered”, where the focus is on the learning that needs to take place, is paramount. Weimer (2002) described five learner-centered practice areas that need to change to achieve learner-centered teaching: the Function of Content, the Role of the Instructor, the Responsibility for Learning, the Processes and Purposes of Assessment, and the Balance of Power. For more information on learning-centered approaches please visit the following sites and articles; Means to Evaluate your Online Course Online Course Development: A Process Outline This PDF file outlines recommended elements for the selection and development of an online course. Needs of the Online Learner What support will my learners require?
Tapping Into Expertise via Skype Posted on November 10, 2011 by mrrobbo As my students are busy studying for their final examination, I was fortunate enough to be able to complete a brief interview with Exercise Physiologist Dr Grant Abt. In the interview I sought clarification for my students about how creatine supplementation can enhance performance. Now, given that my students are actually no longer at school, (currently studying for exams), I decided to send the MP3 file in an MMS message to the students mobile phones ensuring that they could listen to it wherever they were. Although the conversation was short, it proved to be highly valuable and emphasised the breaking down of barriers that have held back learning for years. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Filed under: mlearning
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The P.E Geek | Bridging the gap between Physical Education & ICT...Yep I'm a P.E Geek Blended learning solution in practice Blended learning is not only the buzz word. It is actually working. Why? Because we all realized that no single teaching approach is good enough to work for all learners. Since time immemorial we’ve been blending different instructional methods in our training initiatives. What blended learning actually is? We’ve been hired by a training institution to help them design a blended training program for unemployed people aged from 25 to 35, to become accountants, using relevant accounting software. 1. Benefits: Learners could use these lessons at their own pace and according to their prior knowledge;Learners could come prepared to classroom workshops;Learners could use these learning materials also during and after the classroom workshops if needed; 2. Benefits: The same online learning environment was provided for the learners also during live sessions. 3. And what do learners think about this kind of blend? About Jana Jan @janajan00LinkedInGoogle+
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