Documentation:Learning Design/LD Template

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[Goodyear] (2005) Conole (2007) Koper (2005) Oliver et al. (2007)
Tasks

Organization Forms Learning Environment

Context

Pedagogy Tasks (associative, cognitive, situative)

Learning objectives

Roles, Activities, Environment

Content

Tasks Support mechanisms

Activity types based on Paulsen ( ) Activity types (based on Laurillard 1993):

assimilative information handling adaptive communicative productive experiential

Conole_2007

Design rules:

Learning situation = Method based on: outcomes, environment, audience, technology supports available

Four design types:

Rule-based Incident-based Strategy-based Role-based

Template: Title (generic)

Activity type: <range type="comment" id="991134">Scaffolding, Culminating</range id="991134"> Linked activities: Interaction types: Facilitation requirements: Activity Patterns: Activity tasks/time: Sequencing: Supports (metacognitive, frameworks):

Case or Example: (postpone until we develop actual generic...this is the case for now) Learning Environment requirements: Tools Support

Learning Design Activities_data.xlsx

Template: Phylogeny

Activity type: Culminating - Activate prior knowledge and apply to new situation or problem. Linked activities: (Assimilative) - read/questions - http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/0_0_0/phylogenetics_07]

Interaction types: Paired (learner-learner) Facilitation requirements: Management, Monitoring Activity Patterns <range type="comment" id="888485">(events)</range id="888485">: Identify, Analyse, Create, Compare/Contrast, Reflect

Activity tasks: 1. Identify - With a partner work together to categorize and identify 10 different "species" of candy or chocolate bar. 2. Analyse - After your initial categorization, take another look at your species and look for the characteristics that better differentiate the different types 3. Create - When you have at least fifteen characteristics, start coding your bars for each. Use your coding to create a phylogenetic tree. 4. Compare/contrast - post your phylogeny tree to your blog, and then compare/contrast yours with your peers. 5. Reflect: Do any results surprise you? Did different teams use different categories than you did? Would you go back and make any changes?


Learning Environment requirements: Asynchronous communication space Tools Support