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Ambition in Action Pedagogical approaches /Learning has moved for the theories of behaviourism to constructivism and connectivism /Facilitating the learning experience /Learning by doing

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Designing Programs Ambition in ActionTopics /eLearning pedagogical approaches /Learning design /Developing an eLearning program: /Purpose /Target group /Outcomes /Available resources /Designing the content, delivery strategies and sequence /Assessment strategies /People available /Example /Activity 1 /Activity 2 Ambition in ActionPedagogical approaches /Learning has moved for the theories of behaviourism to constructivism and connectivism /Facilitating the learning experience /Learning by doing Ambition in ActionLearning design /Most important aspect /Need to design learning experiences that: Target group Content Use of technology Blended approach Resources / Journal of Learning Design Journal of Learning Design / Constructivist Learning Design Constructivist Learning Design Ambition in ActionLearning design /Sequence of collaborative of learning activities /Can incorporate single learner content, but also collaborative tasks such as discussion, voting, small group debate, etc /Can be stored, re-used, customised Ambition in ActionExamples /Co-authoringCo-authoring /Problem solvingProblem solving /ResearchResearch /Community buildingCommunity building /ConversationConversation /Knowledge sharingKnowledge sharing /MentoringMentoring /Peer reviewPeer review /ReflectionReflection /Resource makingResource making /Resource sharingResource sharing Ambition in ActionDesigning an eLearning program /Purpose /Target group /Outcomes /Available resourcesAvailable resources /Designing the content, delivery strategies and sequence /Assessment strategies /People available Ambition in ActionActivity 1 /Working in groups outine different learning styles and how this might affect how you develop a program Ambition in ActionExample You have been approached to deliver the Certificate IV in Robot Making to industries across Australia in a flexible online format. You will be delivering to students in the Sydney area, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. There is also the potential to deliver this course overseas. Ambition in ActionAnalysing the target audience /age range: years /gender mix: 75% male, 35% female /cultural backgrounds: varied, 30 % English is their second language /ability/disability: not significant /access to technology: users of technology i.e. computers and PDAs in the workshop /educational experience: Most have HSC /related work experience: many new to the industry /full or part time study: part time /employment status: mainly employed fulltime /language, literacy and numeracy levels: moderate level /technology literacy: very good Ambition in ActionDeveloping your program /Analyse the content of the program /Develop assessment tools. /Scope available resources /Chunk into relevant sequence (adhering to Training Package requirements) and choose appropriate technologies. Ambition in Action Ambition in ActionChunking and planning Ambition in ActionChunking and planning Ambition in ActionActivity 2 You are a teacher and you have a group of students who are 15 years old. They are not very motivated and are not interested in learning about energy conservation. Working in groups design a eLearning program designed to motivate and engage them Ambition in ActionSummary /eLearning pedagogical approaches /Learning design /Developing an eLearning program: /Purpose /Target group /Outcomes /Available resources /Designing the content, delivery strategies and sequence /Assessment strategies /People available /Example /Activity 1 /Activity 2

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