Module_06_Adding_Value

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Published on January 6, 2009

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Slide 1: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 1 Introduction E-learning has huge potential to enhance teaching and learning. BUT It is the most underused tool in the educational toolkit due to: lack of access to equipment (eg data projectors, PCs) lack of staff training. It is commonly used inappropriately through, for example: passive text documents on intranets or VLEs – schemes of work, course outlines, copies of handouts poorly structured open-ended tasks (‘go on the internet and find out about…’). Slide 2: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 2 Typical impact of e-learning on quality High Low Time >>>>>>>>>>>>> Learn how to load worksheets onto VLE Use technology imaginatively for varied and creative learning experiences Quality of teaching Bore learners with many similar tasks and little class interaction Slide 3: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 3 Adding value to learning 1) Engaging more effectively Slide 4: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 4 Adding value to learning 2) Accessibility Physical accessibility of resources Accessible language at appropriate level Jackie Mace: Link to slides 7 and 8 respectively Slide 5: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 5 Adding value to learning 3) Increased demand Slide 6: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 6 Adding value to learning 4) Increased community Generating debate Generating partnerships Generating creativity Generating communication Freeing teacher for 1:1 interviews Slide 7: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 7 Cognitive styles Ways of organising information Holist Analytic Ways of representing information Verbaliser Imager Slide 8: Module 6 - Using Office Applications in Teaching and Learning Slide 8 Auditory v. Visual v. Kinaesthetic Learning through hearing, eg discussions, debates, lectures and so on. Learning through looking and watching. These learners respond well to visually rich resources with photos, graphs, maps and so on. The use of colour to convey information works well. Learning through activities which involve physical movement, eg clicking and rearranging text boxes. These learners respond well to tasks such as re-creating handouts or essays or interactive graphs or web pages. Learning styles Learning styles refer to the way we best acquire information. If we help students become aware of their learning styles we empower them to develop appropriate learning strategies.

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