Course Design, Lesson Design, and Storyboarding
Weekly 5 Objectives
- Online Instruction? Please Don't Ask This Kind of Question
- Horton Chapter 2,3,4, & 6
- Matching Test Items
- Group Storyboard Draft
- Group Grading Your Storyboards and/or Materials
In this week we will begin in earnest the development phase of your team's project. You will be working with the SME for your project to gathers the necessary and sufficient content and information to write the e-learning product.
Key Objective: Using the Quick Storyboarding template your team developed, specify your e-learning product. The criteria your product must meet include as a minimum: Enabling Objectives
Notes: Here's the outline for this week.
8/4 Receive feedback and revise your Design Document (Blueprint) to present to the client on 8/5.
Reading: Horton Chapter 2,3,4, & 6. You may find support here for your client projects.
Reading: Online Instruction? Please Don't Ask This Kind of Question
Turn in your draft storyboards Due 8/9.
- Basic lesson elements are present: rationale, objectives, teaching/learning activities, evaluation, and feedback.
- The basic lesson elements go together (for example, the teaching/learning activities support mastering the learning objectives).
- Program matches the need expressed by the client.
- Directions are clear and easy to follow.
- Navigation works and makes sense.
- Program has a professional appearance.
- Client expresses satisfaction (as reported to me).
- Given an existing template for an e-learning product, modify it to produce the templates for your e-learning storyboards.
- Using the key and enabling objectives of your e-learning lesson already approved, work with your SME to create the necessary and sufficient input and activities needed for each objective. The input and activities should be written to lead the learner from where they are to where they can accomplish each objective.
Reading: Please Don't Ask This Kind of QuestionTo enhance eLearning engagement (and to write better quizzes for any delivery system), this short post provides one way to avoid asking the wrong kind of questions.
As we saw in the eLearning Manifesto, engagement is essential for learning. Even multiple choice questions can provide opportunities for learners to think about what they' are learning.
It's about whether people have to construct an answer or merely parrot one back.
Click http://www.jfarrington.com/2015/03/online-instruction-please-dont-ask-this-kind-of-question/ link to open resource. Sink, D. (2016).
Due 8/15 Team (Group) Assignment - A Tryout and Revision PlanDue 8/15 Notice the due date here is for a Monday.
Write a 2-3 page plan using the 7 step check list and other advice in the "Informal and Formal Formative Evaluation" document.
Attached is a worksheet to help you generate what should go into a plan. Sink, D. (2016).