Flirting w/ eLearning

Last weekend I posted a new infographic (Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction) and I got some really good feedback about it.  One piece of feedback that I received from several people was to incorporate more graphics/icons into my infographic designs. Of course I think we can all agree that using visuals is only a good thing if it adds value by providing an instructional purpose. This weekend when I decided to make another graphic, I was careful to choose a few icons that I thought were really representative of the elements of PAF. I  created this infographic in Adobe Photoshop.

I’d also like to add a disclaimer that the PAF Methods listed in the infographic for presentation and application are only three examples, but there are a lot more methods available to you. Those are just a few examples!

Instructional Design Infographic

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Starting the year working on our new METIS and IJIE projects

Davinia Hernández-Leo

Well, 2013 is here! Today I’m preparing a session for new professors and teaching assistant in our department/school, and working on preparations for our first f2f meeting on our recently started METIS European project (kick-off meeting this week!). Next week we will also have an internal UPF meeting regarding the IJIE project. Looking forward to it!


logo-metis METIS: Meeting teachers co-design needs by means of Integrated Learning Environments

The METIS project (531262-LLP-2012-ES-KA3-KA3MP) aims to foster the adoption of learning design tools by means of providing an Integrated Learning Design Infrastructure and training workshop packages to facilitate teachers the incorporation of innovative pedagogical approaches into everyday teaching-learning processes supported by VLEs. The vision is that teachers will be able to make informed choices of the learning authoring tool suitable for each case, and take advantage of the possibility of producing (or co-producing), sharing and applying learning designs using different set of tools. The project…

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Bloom’s (Revised) Taxonomy

E-learning blog #EDCMOOC

bloom_revised_taxonomy

Lorin Anderson’s revision of Bloom’s taxonomy for the cognitive domain.
In building digital learning paradigms, this framework will be helpful.

Maybe by collecting together some raw materials in this blog, I can clarify for myself some of the issues involved in e-learning.

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