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© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 1 Creating Engaging Online Exercises and Activities Leveraging the Power of E-Learning Series:
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 2 What is Learning? Learning is not a spectator sport. Chickering & Gamson, 1987 Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 3 Interactivity (clicking is not an “interaction”) Goal: to create varied interactions every 5-7 minutes
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 4 Our Objectives Identify personal experiences that demonstrate value of Active Learning Describe value of using active learning techniques in E-Learning Identify components of a good E-Learning instructional module Explore, experience, and evaluate active learning tools and techniques through resources provided Outline two active learning exercises to be used in one of your courses
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 5 Share an Experience Describe an exercise or activity that you have used in a face-to-face course that was successful successfulWhat made it successful?
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 6 Exercises and Activities Provide practice & feedback for: Individuals –Puzzles –Games –Self-assessments/Quizzes Small groups –Collaborative projects –Panel discussions –Role playing Large groups –Online discussions –“Meet the expert” virtual lectures with Q&A
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 7 Instructional Content Objective(s) Instruction Examples Practice Assessment Feedback Each “chunk” of content needs to include the following elements:
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 8 Instructional Strategy The strategy to address each performance objective needs to include a plan for: Chunking & sequencing content Selecting and incorporating examples Integrating practice & feedback Assessing performance & feedback Using media appropriately
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 9 Instructional Strategy Tips Keep each “chunk” under 30 minutes to complete (including practice and assessment) Combine multiple “chunks” together to comprise a lesson or module of 2 hours or less Design materials for “scanability” Approach course content with an outline mentality Focus on “Need to Know” information Determine method for sequencing “chunks” to meet individual learner needs, if possible
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 10 Let’s Take a Look Before we go any further, let’s take a look at an online chunk of instruction, complete with all the necessary elements. Click on the red X to close this slide show and return to your Blackboard course site.
© Scottsdale Community College 2004-2005 11 Today’s Plan Module 1 - Introduction & Overview Module 2 – Create your own Puzzles, Games, and Exercises Module 3 – Resources for Exercises & Activities Module 4 – Final Project Module 5 – Wrap-Up
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