LTSN/BEST INTRODUCTION The Educational Environment The Virtual Environment Some basics from our experience of VLEs Campus One – a University @ Your Fingertips
LTSN/BEST The Basic Considerations 1.Theories & Methods 2. Models of Online Teaching 3. Design Skills 4. Assessment and Evaluation Techniques
LTSN/BEST Campus One Instructional Design Team Instructional Design Team Network Managers Network Managers Graphic Artists Graphic Artists Web Design Team Web Design Team
LTSN/BEST What is Online Teaching? Distance Learning Distance Learning Self-Instruction Self-Instruction Packaged Learning Packaged Learning Computer-Mediated-Delivery
LTSN/BEST Teaching Styles Expert Authority Formal Authority Personal Personal Model Facilitator Delegator
LTSN/BEST Models of Online Delivery Content and Support Model Model Wrap-around Model Model Integrated Model Defining the Purpose of your Course
LTSN/BEST The Various Online Paradigms The Email Paradigm The Community Paradigm The Community Paradigm The Virtual Classroom Paradigm
LTSN/BEST Considerations Methods and Models of Online Teaching Skills of E-Tutors A suitable model for E-Delivery A Curriculum (Student-Centred) Model for Online Teaching
LTSN/BEST There is no one right way to develop Student- Focused Learning Materials, but there are lots of wrong ways. To develop the art of curriculum discovery To enhance your curriculum design skills To develop effective instructional abilities
LTSN/BEST Curriculum Teaching as Curriculum Planners A curriculum is a plan for learning. A sequence of potential experiences for a purpose. Curriculum race course Curriculum means race course.
LTSN/BEST Organising Your Course The Course Team The Course Team The Schedule for Course Production The Schedule for Course Production The Content The Content The Purpose of Computer-mediated Learning The Purpose of Computer-mediated Learning The Course Specification: Learning Outcomes and The Course Specification: Learning Outcomes and Curriculum Content, and Assessment Criteria. Curriculum Content, and Assessment Criteria.
LTSN/BEST Five Major Questions How - Evaluation of lessons 1. Who are we teaching? 2. When - the sequence of study 3. Where - teaching methods and media What - the Course Specification 4. 5.
LTSN/BEST A Typical Production Schedule 1.Learner-Audit 2.Content-Audit 3.Learners own content 4.Sequencing 5.Learners own sequencing 6.Choice of Teaching Media 7.Choice of Learning Stimuli 8.Assessment Models 9.Method of Evaluation
LTSN/BEST A Model for Online Delivery A Model for Online Delivery Access and Investigation Socialisation Teaching and Learning Construction of Meaning Assessment and Support Development
LTSN/BEST Closing Remarks Consider this medium as talking with your fingers – a sort of half way between spoken and written discourse. Tip 1 - Tip 2 - No matter how sophisticated the technology, students still need the champions to make learning come alive – the teacher.
LTSN/BEST Thank You for Your Attention Mr Pat Sweeney