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Trial Framework Space 23

Page history last edited by moodlemoot2008 11 years, 5 months ago

 

 

Instructions:

 

Working individually, in pairs, or as a group:

  • use the ICTELT Process Model and the Worked Example -  ICTELT Framework Form to fill in the form below
  • type in your answers
  • you do not need to answer all the questions
  • this is a cumulative process so it is only your first draft. You can edit, add to, and improve it over time
  • Click 'Edit' at the top of this page to begin adding text
  • Click 'Save' at the bottom of this page to save your work

 

Name(s)

Institution/organisation

  • Ted Zorn
  • University of Waikato

  

Course teaching / specialisation

  • Managing Conflict

Department / Area

  • Management Communication

Which theory exemplifies my beliefs about the nature of knowledge and learning?

  •      Active participation

What are key aspects of that theory?

  • ·  Studetnts are actively involved in the teaching/learning process   
  • ·     Students learn best by using what they've learned to construct and present products (eg, arguments, events, etc)
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What key problems are learners facing?

  • ·     Lack of ability to use abstract theories in practical tasks
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What issue(s) is / are there with the programme / unit / activity / learning object(s)?

  • ·     It's intended to teach advanced theory and practical skills, which is difficult to do.
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Can ICT enhance the learning process? How?

·     Yes / No (underline one)

  • ·     Possibly, by finding creative ways to help them express/explain the theories
  • ·     Possibly by having them use the theories to address practical problems
  • ·     By having them comment on and add to each other's work
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·     Which ICT tool(s) fits with your pedagogical philosophy / approach?

·     What activities do you want learners to participate in?

·     What pedagogical strategies (support) do you want to include?

·     What pedagogical approaches (e.g. collaborative) do you want to use?

1)     Wiki--students could jointly build solutions to problems (eg, strategies in response to cases

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What existing resources do you want to adapt?

  • ·     Moodle wiki
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How do you want to measure the achievement of LOs?

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·  What is the estimated time / effort required?

·  What support / training is required?

·  What are key deadlines?

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Please cite as: Owen, H. (2008). Collaborating by Design. Paper presented at the EFest 2008 conference. Auckland, NZ.

 

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