Presenting E-Learning and Design Concepts • Mary Smith • Revision of • Presenting E-Learning and Design Concepts • EDU652 • Instructional Design & Delivery • Dr. Linda Ellington • February 1, 2013 • Capstone: • A Project Approach EDU697 Instructional Design Principles and Theory Dr. Margaret Broderick February 5, 2014
By Mary Smith Presenting “E-Learning & Design Concepts” Define e-learning and describe the varieties of e-learning Explain e-learning design and instructional design Discuss design perspectives and influences Discuss the alignment of learning goals and objectives Examine the selection of teaching sequences Analyze the selection of learning activities
e-Learning E-Learning means "electronic learning“ E-Learning is use of electronic technologies to create learning experiences.
Varieties of e-Learning Standalone Courses Learning Games and Simulations Mobile Learning Social Learning Virtual-Classroom Courses • Describe the varieties of e-learning
Learning Games and Simulations Learning Games and SimulationsLearning by performing simulating activities that exploration and lead to discoveries Word puzzle Quiz-show game Varieties of e-Learning Software simulation Math simulation
Mobile Learning Learning from the world while moving about the world. Accomplished by a mobile device for instance cell phoneand tablet Varieties of e-Learning Mobile Learning Devices
Social Learning Social Learning - Learning through interaction with the community of expert and fellow learners. According to William Horton (2012) communication among participants relies on social-networking media such as online discussions, blogging and text messaging. Varieties of e-learning
E-Learning Live Varieties of e-Learning Virtual-Classroom Courses – is online classes structured much like a classroom course, with reading assignments, presentations discussion via forums and other social media and homework Ashford University Student Portal Virtual-Classroom Courses
E-learning design is decision. • Design governs what we do. • Design involves judgment, compromise, tradeoff and creativity e-Learning Design
Instructional Design Translate the high-level project goals to choices for technology, content, and everything else.
Instructional Design PLO1 “demonstrate knowledge and skills related to learning using technology” PLO2 “demonstrate knowledge and skills in current and emerging instructional technologies”
Alignment of Learning • Goals And Objectives • Discuss the alignment of learning goals and objectives
Discuss the alignment of learning goals and objectives • Alignment of Learning • Goals and Objectives
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