A Teacher’s Tool for Lesson Planning (TuLiP). Design of a tool for the rapid development of educational and instructional environments. R. Gabrielle Reed Fall, 2002. Topics. Call for Research E-commerce vs. E-learning Web Technology Teacher’s Challenges Meeting the Challenge – TuLiP.
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Design of a tool for the rapid development of educational and instructional environments.
R. Gabrielle Reed
Source: Ohio Schoolnet. Lesson Planning Template. http://tlcf.osn.state.oh.us/blueprint/index.html.
Plan is coded with semantic elements. Reusing Lesson Plans
Reusable translation instructions are used to filter, format and display information for each product.
XML content can be catalogued and searched.
Plan can be designed with reusable parts.
Translation instructions are used for instructional control and sequencing.
Instructor has more instructional control.What Are XML’s Advantages?
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FLO’s are defined as the smallest object containing educational information.
Educational Lesson Information is categorized into classes, based on Instructional Functionality.
The classes contain content described as:
AdaptiveFundamental Learning Objects
Aggregation of a variety of FLOs educational information.
The proposed KTT’s include:
Cognitive ProcessKnowledge Type Templates (KTTs)