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To do list for changes:
- only require one example, but have it due on Wed so we can review it before class
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* Example assignment: only require one example, but have it due on Wed, Sept 2 so we can review it before class on Thur
- collapse first 3 lectures into 2
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* Class schedule goals
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** align with project steps, such that
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*** there's lecture content (worked examples) & maybe practice on day step is assigned
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*** definitely have practice on the day after assignment if not on first
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** get to assessment development quickly -- part of first or second step?
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** spend more up-front time on goal-setting CTA (CI and structured interviews)
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*** contrast deliberate path (goal-setting CTA interviews) with agile path (assessment dev, data analysis)
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** figure out which lecture sessions will involve student-led debate
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*** 9-8?, 15?,
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====Class Schedule in Brief====
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*E-Learning Introduction 9-1 to 9-3
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**Sept 1 Overview; Examples Assignment; Project; 1.E-learning (The "1." indicates this is a chapter in the Clark & Mayer book)
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**Sept 3 2.How People Learn; 3.Evidence-based practice; KLI Framework events
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*Instructional Goals and Cognitive Task Analysis 9-15 to 9-22
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**Sept 8 Determining instructional goals; Structured Interviews; Contextual Inquiry;
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**Sept 10 In-class practice on goal setting & interviewing; assessment writing
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**Sept 15 [new readings on: ]Frameworks & Standards; Evidence-based design; KLI KC's;  Cognitive Task Analysis and Think Alouds
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**Sept 17 In-class practice on assessment design & implementation
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**Sept 22 Discovering learning objectives (KCs) & Rational Cognitive Task Analysis
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*Multimedia Principles  9-24 to 10-22
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**Sept 24 KLI Learning & Instructional Events; 4.Multi-media Principle & 5.Contiguity Principle
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**Sept 29 Empirical Cognitive Task Analysis: Difficulty Factors Assessment (DFA)
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**Oct  1 (con't)
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**Oct  6 6.Modality Principle & 7.Redundancy Principle 
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**Oct 8 CTA to model building & instructional design
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**Oct 13 CTA via Data Mining
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**Oct 15 8.Coherence Principle & 9.Personalization Principle
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**Oct 20 Midterm review &
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**Oct 22 Midterm exam & Flex topic '''Bring laptop to class'''
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*Learning By Doing Principles 10-27 to 11-24
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**Oct 27 10.Segmenting and Pretraining
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**Oct 29 KLI & Selecting appropriate instructional principles
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**Nov  3 11.Leveraging Examples in E-Learning
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**Nov  5 12.Does Practice Make Perfect
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**Nov 10     
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**Nov 12 14.Who’s in Control? '''(need substitute for this class)'''
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**Nov 17 15.E-Learning to Build Problem Solving Skill
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**Nov 19 16.Simulations and Games
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**Nov 24 17.Applying the Guidelines
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**Nov  26      Thanksgiving, no class
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*Project Presentations 12-1 to 12-10
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**Dec  1 Project Presentations
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**Dec  3 Project Presentations
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**Dec 8 Thanksgiving, no class
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**Dec 10 Project Presentations
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**Dec 15 Project Presentations
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*Final Project due Dec 18
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*Final Exam Date - Thurs Dec 17, 1-4pm in GHC 5222 '''Bring laptop to class'''

Revision as of 10:15, 23 August 2015

To do list for changes:

  • Example assignment: only require one example, but have it due on Wed, Sept 2 so we can review it before class on Thur
  • Class schedule goals
    • align with project steps, such that
      • there's lecture content (worked examples) & maybe practice on day step is assigned
      • definitely have practice on the day after assignment if not on first
    • get to assessment development quickly -- part of first or second step?
    • spend more up-front time on goal-setting CTA (CI and structured interviews)
      • contrast deliberate path (goal-setting CTA interviews) with agile path (assessment dev, data analysis)
    • figure out which lecture sessions will involve student-led debate
      • 9-8?, 15?,


Class Schedule in Brief

  • E-Learning Introduction 9-1 to 9-3
    • Sept 1 Overview; Examples Assignment; Project; 1.E-learning (The "1." indicates this is a chapter in the Clark & Mayer book)
    • Sept 3 2.How People Learn; 3.Evidence-based practice; KLI Framework events
  • Instructional Goals and Cognitive Task Analysis 9-15 to 9-22
    • Sept 8 Determining instructional goals; Structured Interviews; Contextual Inquiry;
    • Sept 10 In-class practice on goal setting & interviewing; assessment writing
    • Sept 15 [new readings on: ]Frameworks & Standards; Evidence-based design; KLI KC's; Cognitive Task Analysis and Think Alouds


    • Sept 17 In-class practice on assessment design & implementation
    • Sept 22 Discovering learning objectives (KCs) & Rational Cognitive Task Analysis
  • Multimedia Principles 9-24 to 10-22
    • Sept 24 KLI Learning & Instructional Events; 4.Multi-media Principle & 5.Contiguity Principle
    • Sept 29 Empirical Cognitive Task Analysis: Difficulty Factors Assessment (DFA)
    • Oct 1 (con't)
    • Oct 6 6.Modality Principle & 7.Redundancy Principle
    • Oct 8 CTA to model building & instructional design
    • Oct 13 CTA via Data Mining
    • Oct 15 8.Coherence Principle & 9.Personalization Principle
    • Oct 20 Midterm review &
    • Oct 22 Midterm exam & Flex topic Bring laptop to class
  • Learning By Doing Principles 10-27 to 11-24
    • Oct 27 10.Segmenting and Pretraining
    • Oct 29 KLI & Selecting appropriate instructional principles
    • Nov 3 11.Leveraging Examples in E-Learning
    • Nov 5 12.Does Practice Make Perfect
    • Nov 10
    • Nov 12 14.Who’s in Control? (need substitute for this class)
    • Nov 17 15.E-Learning to Build Problem Solving Skill
    • Nov 19 16.Simulations and Games
    • Nov 24 17.Applying the Guidelines
    • Nov 26 Thanksgiving, no class
  • Project Presentations 12-1 to 12-10
    • Dec 1 Project Presentations
    • Dec 3 Project Presentations
    • Dec 8 Thanksgiving, no class
    • Dec 10 Project Presentations
    • Dec 15 Project Presentations
  • Final Project due Dec 18
  • Final Exam Date - Thurs Dec 17, 1-4pm in GHC 5222 Bring laptop to class