Seven Steps in Designing the eWriting Learning Objects (LOs). eWriting : ESL Writing Success September 2002 – August 2005 ESL/Foreign Languages Department Presented by: Michaela Tomova, FIPSE Grant Manager. Project Overview. Goals Content and scope
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eWriting: ESL Writing Success
September 2002 – August 2005
ESL/Foreign Languages Department
Presented by: Michaela Tomova,
FIPSE Grant Manager
What is an LO?
Definition of the eWriting LO:
The LO is a one hour, self-contained, reusable unit of online instruction. It neither links out, nor does it depend on other LOs for pre or post instruction. It pre-tests students’ knowledge of the target concept, and measures learning through a post-test. It incorporates a variety of technology tools for online instruction and addresses all learning styles.
The “Learning Clock”,
FIPSE Focus Group,
April 17, 2003,
Range in scope and size
Purpose and goals
Activities, content, assessment
NEW! Various learning styles addressed, LO themes introduced
Easy to use
Sellable, etc, etc.Defining an LO: WebCT Online Seminar:
The “First steps” in piloting tested:
The content in terms of appropriateness of level, length of the LO, students’ understanding, clarity of instructions, usefulness of activities, interest and positive response.
Initially, classroom piloting facilitated:
The evaluation process
Revision and editing of LOs
Evolution of piloting strategies and results:
Revised piloting instructions
Extended time for LO classroom delivery
Error analysis and feedback for all activities in the LO
Better feedback and evaluation dataStep 3 : Classroom Test Piloting(work in progress)