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Learning Design: a framework for modelling (e-)learning activities?. Helen Beetham Programme Consultant, e-Learning and Pedagogy. This morning I will:. Suggest a rationale for the present interest in learning design and modelling (e-)learning activities Offer some working definitions
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Helen BeethamProgrammeConsultant,e-Learning and Pedagogy
Levels of description (activity/approach)(H.Beetham, Feb ‘04)
Learner(s)needs, motives, prior experience of learning, social and interpersonal skills, learning styles and approaches
Prior subject knowledge and skills of learner(s), prior conceptions, motivation to achieve specific outcomes, match of style/ approach to content
Prior experience of learner(s) with tools, environments, services; match of learning style and approach to affordances of learning environment
Outcomesubject/discipline area, target knowledge/ skills
Environmentavailable tools, facilities, services, resources, environments etc
Knowledge represented in specific media and formats; skills facilitated through specific tools; impact of learning environments on the meaning of knowledge and skills
‘interaction of learner with environment, leading to planned outcome’
A specification for learning activities (H.Beetham, Feb ‘04)
analyse review collate evaluate
Resources, guidelines and tools
Consultation, needs analysis & resource development
Specific instances of e-learning activity
Case studies/evaluationsHolistic view of eLaP(year one: designing for learning)
Developing e-learning models
Descriptive framework(modelling tool)
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We can develop frameworks for modelling either by making a commitment to a particular paradigm of production (likely to be contentious) or by determining how the models can best be used as tools