Name
Week 1 Move-It-Online
Topic
CPD teaching online
Learning time
3 hours
Designed learning time
3 hours
Size of class
100
Description
Week 1 of the International Learning Designs Challenge#3 "Move-It-Online" - an online course to introduce the Learning Designer for designing online learning and the CRAM tool for analysing the costs and learning benefits of online courses.
Aims
To introduce the Learning Designer; to explore challenges involved in going online; to create a draft learning design
Outcomes
Find out/discover, Evaluate, Produce
Editor
EileenKennedy
Getting ready for start of challenge: (a) Checklist and agenda for live event (b) Survey
20 minutes)
  • Produce
    10
    1
    Please do the pre-survey to reflect and share your current thinking and background.
  • Read Watch Listen
    10
    1
    Check through starter pack and checklist for this week. Have the agenda available and check you know how to access the live event. If you can't watch the event live then you will be able to watch the event later.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
Live launch of the Move-it-Online challenge  Monday 2nd November 13.00 GMT 
35 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    25
    100
    2
    Watch live as Diana Laurillard introduces the event using Google Hangouts-On-Air. Diana will explain the structure of the event and the two challenges we will address: the pedagogic challenge of moving online and the workload challenge that stems from this. Diana will demonstrate how the Learning Designer can help us respond to the pedagogic challenge of moving online, and explore some existing online/blended learning designs.
  • Discuss
    10
    100
    1
    You will have an opportunity to ask questions using Google Hangouts Q &A. You can also use Twitter, email or the Padlet Q&A.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
Tell us about your "Move-It-Online" design challenge
40 minutes)
  • Produce
    10
    1
    1
    What is your challenge for moving online? Post your challenge and give us an idea of your professional context on the Padlet wall.
  • Investigate
    10
    1
    Look over the challenges on the Padlet Wall and choose one that interests you. Do you have any experience to share that might help address the challenge? Let's pool the knowledge that already exists in our community to start tackling the challenges of moving learning and teaching online. Feel free to ask questions to help clarify the issues or offering a different perspective to bring the topics into focus. Do you see connections between your challenge and those posted by others? What are the links between them? How can learning design help?
  • Discuss
    20
    100
    1
    Discuss and share knowledge about Move-It-Online. Now that we have reviewed some of the challenges, contribute to the discussion forum on Coursesites. What do we already know about the challenge of moving online? Create a response to others' challenges in the discussion forum. Add your own questions and links to be explored.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
Explore resources about the Learning Designer
35 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    20
    1
    2
    Watch the video tutorials and read the guides to the Learning Designer. You can also review the materials on the website. There is also more resources on coursesites for you to view.
  • Investigate
    15
    1
    1
    Browse for online/blended learning designs within the Learning Designer directory of designs. In particular, look in the category, Online/Blended Learning.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
Create your own learning design and contribute to the move-it-online Q&A discussion.
50 minutes)
  • Produce
    40
    1
    1
    Create your own learning design: Start working towards your Move-it-Online Designer badge by using the Learning Designer to create an online learning design in response to your challenge
  • Read Watch Listen
    10
    100
    1
    Use the Coursesites discussion forum to ask questions and discuss your experience in the forum called Q&A discussion forum. You can also email and Tweet questions.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0

Learning Experience

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