Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Day 2: Class notes

The ADDIE design process

Introduction to design processes (reminds me of Design Based Research).
About the ADDIE model: http://www.instructionaldesign.org/models/addie.html

Preliminary image search:

Resource creation design process

Name of resource (it must be catchy!): #EngCS in 2017
Type of resource: Module framework
Rationale for resource: To guide and structure teaching and learning in/of the module.
Team members: Willie Knoetze [FWMK] and Christa van der Walt [CvdW]

What problem/ need/ opportunity to we want to address? | Who, is our audience? | What are our outcomes? | What is our itch?
  1. Opportunity: To update the PGCE programme's English Curriculum Studies module, to be presented at Stellenbosch University during 2017.
  2. Audience: PGCE students and facillitators of the specific module.
  3. Outcomes: User friendly, printable module framework that is easily accessed, navigated, annotated, modified and used.
  4. Itch: Digital enculturation for preservice teacher trainees.
What is our dream (goal) with this resource (the Blueprint) | What is the feeling this resource should evoke? | What will we make? | Storyboard, Script, Shot list | Importance of narrative (Beginning, middle, end (or “the twist
  1. Goal: To provide an interactive, curated and up-to-date module outline, programme of work, and an updatable database of resources.
  2. Evoke feelings of confidence and reliability.
  3. Make a framework hosted on the Blogger platform (easy to update, allows comments).
How will we make it? | What tools will we use? | Who will do what? | What skills do we still need? | How much will it cost? | How will we make sure we are following universal design principles?
  1. Tools: Blogger 
  2. Roles: Set-up and delivery (FWMK); Moderation (CvdW); Maintenance (FWMK, CvdW) 
  3. Skills needed: Framework- and course-design training/guidance. 
  4. Cost: Free hosting, free access, Cost of Time. 
  5. Universal Design Principles: Iterative design process (formative feedback)
Where will it live? | Who will put it there? | Deadline: How long will it take to create?
  1. Where: Google Blogger platform
  2. Who: FWMK
  3. Deadline: 20 January (Working draft)
Make it, break it, shake it | How will we know if it is good? | Who will tell us? |  Plans for iterative formative feedback | Plans for summative feedback
  1. Pilot/moderate: CvdW
  2. Iterative, formative feedback: CvdW et al.; PGCE 2017 EngCS students
  3. Summative feedback: PGCE 2017 EngCS students
Resource Template available at: http://bit.ly/epeworkshop3
(source: http://bit.ly/epeworkshop3 cc: BY NC @ JP Bosman & Wim van Petegem)

Class work

Questions re: Personal Project (#EngCS)
  1. Pitfalls in module design?
    1. Guidance on time allotted to task (How much time should we spend on this?)
    2. Physical attendance compulsory.
  2. Expectations of an online module outline?
    1. Students may expect it to be an online course and not attend class!!
    2. Opportunity to contribute content from class/work.

Guest Speakers

@christinebombal: Writing for different platforms/audiences.

Christina Harvett: Infographic tool (intro) www.easel.ly
– Infographics in Education (downloadable easel.ly resource)

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