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1 HELP INDICATOR Have a break, Have a LightBite Have a break, have a LightBite This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Coordinated by

2 HELP INDICATOR Are you as first-line manager not so well acquainted with the development of short training packages? Have no fear, this help indicator will put you on the right track. You only have to enter 2 criteria : - how much time you can invest in the development - what materials you already have access to And then this help indicator provides you with the necessary didactic guidelines in order to successfully develop LightBite. Try it out! Start the help indicatorStart the help indicator Introduction

3 HELP INDICATOR Max 1 hour 1 hour or more How much time can you invest in the development of the LightBite? Max 30 min

4 HELP INDICATOR Have you got any text? What materials do you have access to? No Yes restart

5 HELP INDICATOR Have you any illustrations, audio or video material? No Yes Which materials do you have access to? restart

6 HELP INDICATOR You only have limited time (max 30 mins) and you don’t have any materials at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 30 min No materials available restart

7 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction

8 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text

9 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion Introduction Body text

10 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied materials. This video gives you some additional tipsvideo Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development

11 HELP INDICATOR You only have limited time (max 30 mins) and you only have illustrations/audio/video at your disposal.. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 30 mins Only illustrations/audio/video available restart

12 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction

13 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Didactic tips in relation to illustration/video/audio : * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * Never use video and audio clips that start up automatically * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio * More guidelines in relation to textMore guidelines Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text

14 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text

15 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback).. Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

16 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied materials. This video gives you some additional tipsvideo

17 HELP INDICATOR Do you have illustrations, audio or video material? No Yes Which materials do you have access to? restart

18 HELP INDICATOR You only have limited time (max 30 mins) and you only have text at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 30 mins Only textavailable restart

19 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction

20 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * don’t literally copy your existing text, but ensure you have a clear structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text

21 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

22 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied materials. This video gives you some additional tipsvideo

23 HELP INDICATOR You only have limited time (max 30 mins) and you have Text & illustration/audio/video at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 30 mins Text & illustration/audio/video available restart

24 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction

25 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Didactic tips in relation to illustration/video/audio: * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * Never use video and audio clips that start up automatically * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio * More guidelines in relation to textMore guidelines Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continured

26 HELP INDICATOR Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2) Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to the use of text * don’t literally copy your existing text, but ensure you have a clear structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note

27 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

28 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied materials. This video gives you some additional tipsvideo

29 HELP INDICATOR Have you got any text? Which materials do you have access to? No Yes restart

30 HELP INDICATOR Do you have illustrations, audio or video material? No Yes Which materials do you have access to? restart

31 HELP INDICATOR You have maximum 1 hour and you don’t have any materials at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 1 hour No materials available restart

32 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

33 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.g.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

34 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

35 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2)

36 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

37 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied maed materials. You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of these tools: see This video gives you some additional tipsvideo

38 HELP INDICATOR You have maximum 1 hour and you have Only illustrations/audio/video at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 1 hour Only illustrations/audio/video available restart

39 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

40 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.q.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

41 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Didactic tips in relation to illustration/video/audio: * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * Never use video and audio clips that start up automatically * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio * More guidelines in relation to textMore guidelines Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

42 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2) Body text continued

43 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions Use your illustration/audio/video in your exercise e.g. Drag the text to the corresponding implement in the illustration. e.g. Display a number of procedures with the aid of illustrations, with the question “which procedure is correct”? Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (3)

44 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback).. Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

45 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied materials. You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of these tools: see This video gives you some additional tipsvideo

46 HELP INDICATOR Do you have illustrations, audio or video material? No Yes Which materials do you have access to? restart

47 HELP INDICATOR You have maximum 1 hour and you have Only text at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 1 hour Only text available restart

48 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

49 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.g.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information. Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

50 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * don’t literally copy your existing text, but ensure you have a clear structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

51 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2)

52 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

53 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied maed materials. You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of these tools: see This video gives you some additional tipsvideo

54 HELP INDICATOR You have maximum 1 hour and you have Text & illustration/audio/video at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Max 1 hour Text & illustration/audio/video available restart

55 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

56 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.g.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information. Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

57 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Didactic tips in relation to illustration/video/audio: * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * Never use video and audio clips that start up automatically * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio * More guidelines in relation to textMore guidelines Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

58 HELP INDICATOR Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2) Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to the use of text * don’t literally copy your existing text, but ensure you have a clear structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Body text continued

59 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions Use your illustration/audio/video in your exercise e.g. Drag the text to the corresponding implement in the illustration. e.g. show a number of actions by using illustrations and ask “Which is the correct action”? Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (3)

60 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

61 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Tip: try to allow a bit more time for the development of your LightBite, so that you can look for and/or develop more varied maed materials You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of these tools: see This video gives you some additional tipsvideo

62 HELP INDICATOR Have you got any text? Which materials do you have access to? No Yes restart

63 HELP INDICATOR Do you have illustrations, audio or video material? No Yes Which materials do you have access to? restart

64 HELP INDICATOR You have minimum 1 hour and you don’t have any materials at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Min 1 hour No materials available restart

65 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

66 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.g.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information. Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

67 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

68 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of these tools: see Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2) Body text continued

69 HELP INDICATOR Give a specific assignment with the necessary feedback e.g. Which 2 elements are of crucial important in these working arrangements? Incorporate an illustration, video or audio clip in your information, exercise or assignment. More guidelines in relation to illustrations.More guidelines Use the microscenario, that you can find atmicroscenario under “Project”http://www.lightbite-project.net Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (3) Body text continued

70 HELP INDICATOR Didactic tips in relation to illustration/video/audio: * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * Never use video and audio clips that start up automatically * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (4)

71 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Incorporate an illustration, video or audio clip in the evaluation question. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

72 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Look up this material online (beware of copyright) Create this material yourself: On our website you can find a manual explaining how to -Modify a photo -Make a mindmap -Take a ‘photo’ of your screen = screen capturing -Make a ‘short film’ of procedures on the screen of your pc = screencasting This video gives you some additional tipsvideo Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development -Develop a quiz -Create audio material

73 HELP INDICATOR You have minimum 1 hour and you only have Only illustrations/audio/video at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Min 1 hour Only illustrations/audio/video available restart

74 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

75 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.g.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

76 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Didactische tips in verband met afbeelding/video/audio: * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * Never use video and audio clips that start up automatically * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio * More guidelines in relation to textMore guidelines Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

77 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2) Body text continued

78 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of these tools: see Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (3) Body text continued

79 HELP INDICATOR Use your illustration/audio/video in your exercise e.g. Drag the text to the corresponding implement in the illustration. e.g. Display a number of procedures with the aid of illustrations, with the question “which procedure is correct”? Give a specific assignment with the necessary feedback e.g. Which 2 elements are of crucial important in these working arrangements? Use the microscenario, that you can find atmicroscenario under “Project”http://www.lightbite-project.net Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (4)

80 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Incorporate an illustration, video or audio clip in the evaluation question. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

81 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Look up this material online (beware of copyright) Create this material yourself: On our website you can find a manual explaining how to -Modify a photo -Make a mindmap -Take a ‘photo’ of your screen = screen capturing -Make a ‘short film’ of procedures on the screen of your pc = screencasting This video gives you some additional tipsvideo -Develop a quiz -Create audio material

82 HELP INDICATOR Do you have illustrations, audio or video material? No Yes Which materials do you have access to? restart

83 HELP INDICATOR You have minimum 1 hour and you only have Only text at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances.. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Min 1 hour Only textavailable restart

84 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

85 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.g.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information. Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

86 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactic tips in relation to construction and structure * don’t literally copy your existing text, but ensure you have a clear structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

87 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of these tools: see Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2) Body text continued

88 HELP INDICATOR Give a specific assignment with the necessary feedback e.g. Which 2 elements are of crucial important in these working arrangements? Incorporate an illustration, video or audio clip in your information, exercise or assignment. More guidelines in relation to illustrations.More guidelines Use the microscenario, that you can find atmicroscenario under “Project”http://www.lightbite-project.net Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (3) Body text continued

89 HELP INDICATOR Didactic tips in relation with illustration/video/audio: * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * Never use video and audio clips that start up automatically * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (4)

90 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Incorporate an illustration, video or audio clip in the evaluation question. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

91 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Look up this material online (beware of copyright) Create this material yourself: On our website you can find a manual explaining how to -Modify a photo -Make a mindmap -Take a ‘photo’ of your screen = screen capturing -Make a ‘short film’ of procedures on the screen of your pc = screencasting This video gives you some additional tipsvideo -Develop a quiz -Create audio material

92 HELP INDICATOR You have minimum 1 hour and you only have Text & illustration/audio/video at your disposal. Below you will find some guidelines as to how to develop an optimal LightBite in these circumstances. Directions in relation to:  Introduction Introduction  Body text Body text  Conclusion Conclusion  Further development Further development Min 1 hour Text & illustration/audio/video available restart

93 HELP INDICATOR = introduction/situating of the material Make a menu with the titles of the structure: (introduction/information/evaluation) Give an informative introduction based around the subject. Highlight the objectives of the LightBite Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (1) Introduction continued

94 HELP INDICATOR You could give a concrete assignment : what exactly do you want the student to retain from this LightBite? E.g.: * Extract the 5 steps to be followed from the procedure * Designate the10 core elements in the message *... Inform the student: at the end of the LightBite he/she receives an evaluation question/exercise in relation to this assignment. You could give tips on "how" the student can best "learn" the information. Body text Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Introduction (2)

95 HELP INDICATOR = information, provide content Didactic tips in relation to illustration/video/audio: * don’t use illustrations, video and audio which has nothing to do with the content * laat video- en audiofragmenten nooit automatisch starten * Always use text on your image/video/audio as a support and/or to clarify * Put your text (e.g. key) close to the illustration/video/audio, if you don’t this can create confusion * Ensure a good balance between text and illustration/video/audio * More guidelines in relation to textMore guidelines Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (1) Body text continued

96 HELP INDICATOR Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (2) Please note: learning something from a screen is not the same as learning something from paper. Didactische tips in verband met gebruik van tekst * don’t literally copy your existing text, but ensure you have a clear structure * max 15 lines of text per screen (prevents scrolling) * don’t use a continuous written text * use bullet points, indented lines,... * put important words in bold * use icons for certain sections, e.g. icon for please note Body text continued

97 HELP INDICATOR Make the LightBite interactive Get the student doing something 'active' : e.g. multiple choice exercises, dragging exercises, gap fill exercises,… Type of exercises available in the LightBite tool: multiple choice exercises/questions yes/no exercises/questions You could develop other types of exercises with other (online) tools. Overview of the tools: see Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (3) Body text continued

98 HELP INDICATOR Use your illustration/audio/video in your exercise e.g. Drag the text to the corresponding implement in the illustration. E.g. show a number of actions by using illustrations and ask “Which is the correct action”? Give a specific assignment with the necessary feedback e.g. Which 2 elements are of crucial important in these working arrangements? Use the microscenario, that you can find atmicroscenario under “Project”http://www.lightbite-project.net Introduction Conclusion restart extra/Further development Guidelines Body text (4)

99 HELP INDICATOR = evaluation Quickly go over the essence. With the LightBite tool create at least 1 evaluation question (+ feedback). Use this to check whether the most important information has been understood. If you have given a concrete assignment in the introduction, the evaluation question must relate to this assignment. E.g. you create a multiple choice question about the 5 steps of the procedure. Incorporate an illustration, video or audio clip in the evaluation question. Introduction Body text restart extra/Further development Guidelines Conclusion

100 HELP INDICATOR HELP INDICATOR Introduction Body text Conclusion restart Guidelines for further development Your LightBite will be more dynamic and look more attractive if you use more varied material. E.g. an image/photo, a short film, an interactive exercise, a quiz, etc... Look up this material online (beware of copyright) Create this material yourself: On our website you can find a manual explaining how to -Modify a photo -Make a mindmap -Take a ‘photo’ of your screen = screen capturing -Make a ‘short film’ of procedures on the screen of your pc = screencasting This video gives you some additional tipsvideo -Develop a quiz -Create audio material


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