By Michael Power
Books and articles on educational layout in on-line studying abound yet not often can we get this kind of complete photo of what tutorial designers do, how they do it, and the issues they clear up as their collage alterations. energy files the emergence of an tailored tutorial layout version for remodeling classes from single-mode to dual-mode guideline, making this designer’s log a distinct contribution to the sector of on-line studying.
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However, by attempting to answer her most urgent questions and by finding concrete solutions to her immediate and particularly vexing problems, I believe I managed to provide her with the kind of help she needs, albeit not the kind I had envisioned. Session 2: The professor informed me that she wanted, during this session, to focus on assessing student performance by reviewing the various instruments of measure and evaluation that she had already developed for her course. Based on previous experience, she knew that she wanted her students to complete a quiz every three weeks, carry out a team project and write two exams, one at mid-term and the other at the end of term.
It was basically a course summary presenting the usual elements found in a syllabus of this type: the course title, professor’s coordinates, a general description of the course, its purpose, its general objectives, its contents (in the form of thematics), student performance assessment guidelines and, finally, a list of bibliographical references. The subjects to be studied were subdivided into book chapters or separate readings, but the syllabus provided no idea of how students would progress week-by-week through the course.
NB. ) Session 7: Our last working session dealt with the issue of access to resources. ) or limit their access by allowing them viewing and printing privileges only when they were online. The professor considered this decision problematic because he was concerned that his copyright and intellectual property rights might be threatened. ppt files, so that they could 22 A D ES I G N E R ' S LOG study them later and/or complete them offline. This approach worried the professor because he was afraid his materials would become the prey of hackers and even sold online.
A Designer's Log: Case Studies in Instructional Design by Michael Power