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Best Practice Model for EVS

Page history last edited by Helen Walmsley 11 years, 7 months ago

 

4 Steps to Electronic Voting Systems

Add your ideas for activities to the relevant 'phase' column.

 

 

Principles

Active Induction

Guided Exploration

Facilitated Investigation

Self-organised Learner

 

E-Learning includes a range of instructors, experts  and interactions e.g.,

 

Individual

Student - student

Individual

 

 

Individual

Student - student


E-Learning is designed with 4 phases that supports, scaffolds and increases learner independence with a range of accessible active tasks, activities and projects, e.g.,

· Students write a selection of academic and personal issues for consideration during induction

· Students select correct option from choice

 

· Small groups discuss and agree priorities for consideration

· Students discuss in pairs before agreeing option to vote on

 

· group topics collated by tutor and displayed on screen and student votes on topic of most concern/ interest

 

 

 

· Students reflect on issues and solution options

· Students plan and design multiple-choice quiz to deliver to group

 

· compare groups by comparing the charts generated from different sessions

· students use output from choice to reflect on own learning

 

 

 


E-Learning is assessed for learning and aims to empower and engage learners, e.g.,

Self assessment

 

 

 

 

Peer assessment

 

 

E-Learning is designed in timed chunks e.g.,

5 mins

15 mins

10 mins

 

 

15 mins

30 mins

 

 

 

 


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