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Edtechtalk 84


46:18 minutes (21.19 MB)

 

EdTechTalk #84

June 5, 2010

Instructional-Design-Live#19 2010-05-21 Authentic Assessment


29:25 minutes (13.46 MB)

Authentic assessment is within the reach of most online instructors. It's just a matter of starting small and considering some basic principles in designing effective learning experiences, notes Mary Engstrom, senior instructional designer at the University of Montana. Mary discusses a framework for developing authentic tasks and identifies a number of examples.

Instructional-Design-Live#18 2010-05-14 Avoiding Overload in Online Courses


30:38 minutes (14.02 MB)

As part of a series that focusses on practical strategies for designing effective online courses, the IDL team focus on how to avoid cognitive overload this week.

Cognitive Load

 

We discussed a numberof practical suggestions from experience and the research and indulged a little in information overload. Lots of good discussion and resources!

EdTechWeekly #163


53:52 minutes (24.66 MB)

 EdTechWeekly #163
May 9, 2010

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Instructional-Design-Live#17 2010-05-07 John Graves: Engaging Online Learners in the Early Stages of Online Courses


26:55 minutes (12.32 MB)

John Graves, the lead faculty in the Master of Science in Science Education program at Montana State University, Bozeman, spends 30 minutes sharing over a decade of expertise in the design and delivery of online courses. John touches on a number of key considerations in terms of engaging learners in the early stages of an online course:

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