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So we're very briefly going to go over
the second assignment in the MOOC, designing a learning component. So, Simon, what are some tips around
doing well on this assignment? >> Well, the assignment's
about taking the ideas of how you've chosen your technology. And now it's about fleshing out
the learning design around that. So looking at the specifics of how
this will actually work in terms of how you're applying the technology,
how you're engaging students, how you as a teacher will interact with
the students through that technology. And so it's really about understanding
the whole educational experience and how it fits in to the bigger curriculum
in your class if you're doing one part. >> So some things to consider might be
what the students would actually do with the technology regardless of whether it's
an assessment, an activity or a resource. And then what they're doing, but also
what the teacher does with it as well. >> Yeah, and also if it's about delivering
content or getting students to submit ideas, what parts of
the technology do they do that in? How does the technology function and
how does that relate to the educational experience from the student's perspective
and also from the teacher's perspective. >> So, like the first assignment, if you
did the first assignment and if you did, you really encourage you to go back,
look at that, and look back at some of the comments you
received from your peers regarding that. Because it's really meant to help you
build on that first assignment as you move into the second one where you're really
now designing that learning component, like Simon said. So again, we have some guiding questions
that you should be looking at, that you'll be assessed on for
this assignment. So the first one that Simon said,
do the design. And you can use different
ways of showing that design. They can write it but can they-
>> Yeah, although that's really important because we don't want to limit
how you're presenting the idea. It's not about presenting in one format. It's about being clear in communicating. So if you want to actually use a piece
of open tech and design it for real, and make it and let people follow a link and
interact with it, that's great. If you want to do a video demonstrating
it, if you want to do Photoshop stills of what the designs might look like,
flowcharts, written text, it's up to you. But just make sure that you
answer those questions and answer them quite clearly for me. >> So once you've explained what
your learning component is and how it works, then we're asking
you to just very briefly describe how it aligns with the rest of
the curriculum in your class. So, for example, if you've chosen to
design an assessment, you're getting your students to do an activity on a Wiki
perhaps and it's going to be assessed. How does that align back
to the learning outcomes? So what learning outcome
is that actually assessing? What sort of activities
are going to support that? What sort of resources will support it? So just very briefly, not too extensively,
just describe how your particular learning component is
aligned with the rest of the class. And if you don't remember curriculum
alignment, or constructive alignment, we suggest you go back and
look at module three which discusses that. >> And the other thing is,
how are you going to evaluate this and see if it's really working or not? So we've got a question in there about
planning an evaluation strategy for yourself and
obviously how you're going to gather data. Is it coming from the tech,
is it coming from the students, and your own reflections. We've got, actually,
a module all about evaluations, so it would be handy to
look at that one as well. That's module eight, and there's
various types of evaluation strategies. You only need to pick one that
will really work for you. But it's really important that if you
are trying something new that you then sit back, evaluate it, so you know what you
want to change or improve for next time. You also need to talk, think about how you're going to engage
your students with the learning component. So it's one thing to actually
design it and hand it over for them to do, whatever it is, an activity,
an assessment, or a resource. But what are you actually going to do to
make sure that they're engaging with it? So if it's a resource, what's your role in
ensuring the students are actually going to be looking at it, or
reading it, or viewing it? If it's an activity, how are you going
to encourage your students to actually engage with it, or
engage with one another with it? So we have a module on engagement,
module seven. So we suggest that you look at some
of the strategies mentioned in that. And also think about other strategies that
you've heard from your colleagues, or you've read about that would
help really engage your students in your learning component. >> So we're really excited to see some
of the ideas that you guys come up with. So, good luck.

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