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[BLANK_AUDIO] The basic principles of curriculum
preparation and development used in face to face classes are still applicable to
fully online and blended classes. >> However, it is important to understand
when it is beneficial to use technology,
particularly in blended contexts. >> Technology should not be the driver of
your curriculum development. It should be an integrated component that
enhances the learning and teaching experience for
your students. >> You should familiarise yourself with the capabilities of different
technologies, to ensure that you choose those that
complement your course design and help students achieve the
intended aims of your course. We will help you with this throughout the
course. >> Here are some primary considerations to keep in mind when planning your online
class. >> Don't let technologies drive your
learning design. While new technologies, might be fun to explore, don't get carried away with the
hype. If the technology does not serve a useful
purpose, don't use it. >> You need to ensure that all elements of your class, are constructively aligned,
with it's learning outcomes. >> Your class learning outcomes, are a
list of what you think your students should be able to
achieve, after completing your course. Typically, you would have about four or
five outcomes for a course. >> Constructive alignment means that all
aspects of your class including learning outcomes, content, activities, and
assessment are all directly related to each other. >> When the learning outcomes, activities,
and assessment are not aligned, student learning is all over the
place and incoherent. >> The content, along with activities and
assessments within your class, should each relate to particular learning
outcomes, in order to facilitate student learning, acting like stepping stones that allow
students, to gradually build, apply, and evaluate
knowledge. >> When thinking about constructive
alignment, you should ask yourself, are my learning
outcomes measurable? Do my activities help my students achieve
the learning outcomes? Do the assessments, measure my students
achievement of the learning outcomes? >> You cannot always assume that your
students will know how to effectively use online
technologies in their learning. >> The concept of all students being
digital natives that are fluent in using all types of technology
has long been since rethought. >> Demonstrating to students how to use technology effectively, by integrating
support and guidance in your course, will help
develop their digital literacy skills. When thinking of using any technology in
your class, you should ask yourself, have I provided adequate training, so that my
students will know how to use the technology? Do I really know how to use it myself, so that I can model best practice for my students, and answer any of their
questions? Do all my students have equitable access
to this technology? Have I clearly stated why these
technologies will be used, and how I expect my students to use
them? >> Establishing which components of a
blended class are better suited to an online or face to face environment, allows you to
maximise the effectiveness of your curriculum and
increase student engagement. >> Face to face and online learning
activities should compliment one another. >> It's important not to double up, so that you end up teaching a fully online
course and a face to face course simultaneously. >> You must balance the use of technology
and traditional teaching methods. >> It's very important that you understand which technologies are most
appropriate for facilitating the type of learning
activities you wish your students to engage in. We will help you develop your
understanding in this course. When thinking about matching technology to
learning activities. You should ask yourself, what is not
working in my current class that technology might
help with? How many different types of technology am
I asking my students to use? Which technology is best suited to help
facilitate the activity I am asking my students to engage
with? For everything I ask my students to do
online, what will I remove from the face to face class, in order to maintain the current workload for my students and for
myself? >> Careful planning is one of the most
important components of teaching online. >> A well planned and carefully balanced
online curriculum is much easier to manage and greatly reduces the potential for
frustration and confusion, during a student's online
learning process. >> This video is designed to give you some starting points for planning your
online class. >> For more detailed tips and strategies, please refer to the associate PDF
document for this video. >> And, if you're interested in exploring
these concepts even further, you'll find additional resources and case studies
in the course to help guide you. [BLANK_AUDIO]

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