Teaching and Research Award 2005-6 e Learning and Teaching : Teaching Templates - a series of teaching and learning templates for use by academic staff - especially including the use of ICT in distance or blended education - as a guide towards good practice in e-teaching. Anita Pincas Senior Lecturer, Lifelong Education and International DevelopmentInstitute of Education Anthony 'Skip' Basiel Learning development tutor NCWBLP [National Centre for Work Based Learning Partnership] Middlesex University Karen Evans Chair in Education (Lifelong Learning)Lifelong Education and International Development, Institute of Education Director - Centre of Excellence for Work-based Learning for Education Professionals, Visiting Professor at Middlesex University - Work Based Learning
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Fill in the gap General form of a contract for the transportation and delivery of goods Agreement made _________[date], between [name]_________, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of _________[state], with its principal office located at _________[address], _________[city], _________ County, _________[state], referred to in this agreement as carrier and _________, of _________[address],_________[city], _________ County, _________[state], referred to in this agreement as shipper. In consideration of the mutual covenants and promises set forth in this agreement, carrier and shipper agree as follows: SECTION ONE. TRANSPORTATION OF GOODS For the consideration described in this agreement, carrier shall ship the following described goods from shipper at _________ [address] to _________ [name of consignee], consignee, at _________ [address]: _________ [describe goods to be shipped]. SECTION TWO. TIME OF PICKUP AND DELIVERY The date and time of pickup requested by shipper is _________, at _________ [time]. Shipper’s preferred arrival date is _________. Although carrier transports all shipments with reasonable dispatch, carrier cannot operate on a set schedule. If delivery cannot be made within the period set forth, however, ……………………
Gap Filling -Flash Presentation The Flash Presentation Template allows text, images and video clips, including British Sign Language, if desired.
Gap Filling - Instructional • Outline Title • Your name • Date • Create an outline numbered list • A. Definition: An outline numbered list is a list created to apply a hierarchical structure to any list or document. • 1. A document can have up to nine levels. • 2. Microsoft Word does not apply built-in heading styles • B. Procedure • 1. On the Format menu • a. click Bullets and Numbering • b. click the Outline Numbered tab. • 2. Click a list format that does not contain the text • …………..
So what? WHAT CAN WE DO WITH THESE TEMPLATES? for teaching in higher education?
essential/basic elements of teaching • Content • Activities • Feedback and assessment
Default order 3Ps model Teacher plans for Activities Teacher presents Content Teacher plans for Feedback and assessment presentation practice production
ContentExample 1 Book/journal/other text materials accessed online in part or whole VLE - WebCT
Content Example 2 E-books
Content Example 3 View/Automatic Scroll – stop scroll with mouse – close Adobe to continue • Adobe scroll
Content Example 4 View/read out loud – Pause/Stop at menu close Adobe to continue Adobe sound
Practice example 1 Read the picture to make a single word or phrase. It has something to do with the nervous system. answer
Practice example 1 answer "AXON" (the extension from the neuron that takes information away from the cell body).
Practice example 2 Text + Animation ABRIDGED from http://health.howstuffworks.com/pole-vault3.htm Let's try to figure out how high a pole vaulter could vault if he had absolutely perfect technique. If he ran as fast as anyone in the world, and his vaulting motion was so perfect that he wasted no energy. First, we'll figure out his kinetic energy when he is running at full speed, and then we'll calculate how high he could vault if he used all of that KE to increase his height and, therefore, his potential energy (PE) without wasting any of it. If he converted all of his KE to PE, then we can solve the equation by setting them equal to each other: 1/2 m v2 = m g h Since mass is on both sides of the equation, we can eliminate this term. This makes sense because both KE and PE increase with increasing mass, so if the runner is heavier, his PE and KE both increase. So we'll eliminate the mass term and rearrange things a little to solve for h: 1/2 v2 / g = h etc Animate To animate the diagram, press Play
Full OET design Presentation Input of content Practice Activities Options Performance for assessment Weeks 1- 5 Week 6 Weeks 8-9 Week 10 Week 7 Practice Practical Activities Weekly cycle of: Presentation Talk: Video, audio, text Practice Activities Presentation Text online Performance Coursework preparation 4 weeks after thecourse Presentation Synchronous audio conference Weeks 1-10 Performance Coursework preparation during the course Weekly reflective statements
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