The Intersection And Alignment Of Learner Centered Instructional Strategies (Mus)

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  • 1. The Intersection and Alignment of Learner-Centered Instructional Strategies in Online Learning and their implementation using Course Management Systems
    Mostafa Ewees (PhD)
    Stanford University at California
    Assistant Professor at German University in Cairo (GUC)
    EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT
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  • 4. How are teaching practices and learning activities conceptually related?
    What are some theory-based design implications for online learning based on the principles of deep learning?
    What features of course management systems support the implementation of learner-centered practices?
    Presentation Outline
  • 5. Teaching practices = Instructional strategies
    Instructional strategies are what instructors or instructional systems do to facilitate student learning
    the plans and techniques that the instructor/instructional designer uses to engage the learner (Jonassen, Grabinger, and Harris (1991)
    they connect learning theory to instructional practice (Shuell, 1980)
    How are teaching practices and learning activities conceptually related?
  • 6. Promoting collaboration
    Providing feedback
    Providing advanced organizers
    Sequencing instruction
    Recalling prerequisite knowledge
    Gaining attention
    Providing guidance
    Examples of Instructional Strategies
  • 7. Beliefs
    Theory-based
    Design Framework
    Learning Theories
    Pedagogical
    Models
    Instructional
    Strategies
    Learning Activities
  • 8. Three Component Online Learning Model
    Online
    Learning
    Learning Technologies
    Instructional Strategies
    Pedagogical Models
  • 9. Learning requires ownership
    Learning encourages engagement
    Learning is a social process
    Learning is contextual or situated
    Learning is an active process
    What are some theory-based design implications for online learning based on the principles of deep learning?
  • 10. Three Component Online Learning Model
    Online
    Learning
    Learning Technologies
    • Asynchronous/synchronous communication tools
    • 11. hypermedia, multimedia
    • 12. Web development tools
    • 13. Groupware
    • 14. Video conferencing
    • 15. Course management systems
    Instructional Strategies
    • collaboration
    • 16. social negotiation
    • 17. exploration
    • 18. articulation
    • 19. reflection
    • 20. role-playing
    • 21. problem solving
    Pedagogical Models
    • open/flexible learning
    • 22. distributed learning
    • 23. situated learning
    • 24. communities of practice
    • 25. knowledge building communities
    • 26. asynchronous learning networks

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