Sharing success factors for online independent learning activities

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<ul><li> 1. Sharing success factors for online independent learning activities University of York, UK</li></ul> <p> 2. Background The matrix &amp; mapped examples Categorised support mechanisms Next steps 3. Background - staff questions and aims Common questions Show me whats possible What do I need to do to make it work? Aims Highlight transferrable exemplars and approaches Balance between ownership and simplicity; Somewhere between unsupportive theoretical maps and restrictive black boxes Create accessible, visual representation to supportstaff 4. Background learning design model Individual ExperienceNon-ReflectionreflectionInformation Social G.Conole et al / Computers and Education 43 (2004) 17-33 5. Independent learning activities Individual Individual practice:Personal reflection / research: Self-assessment with feedbackIndividual reflective blogging /Formative quizzes / screencast worked Dissertation researchsolutionsAutonomousDirectedCollaborative fact finding / analysis: Group creative / problem solving:Provided data analysis exercises / Student Law Firms (PBL), Primary text Collaborative synthesis of primary reading commentary / creationfor online text book Social 6. IndividualDeveloping community ofpractice (Models of writing)AutonomousDirected Social 7. Individual Developing community of Primary text practice commentary / creation (Futurism)AutonomousDirectedSocial 8. Individual Developing community of Primary text practice commentary / creationData analysis andpresentation(Social Interaction&amp; ConversationalAutonomousAnalysis)DirectedSocial 9. Individual Regular feedback Clearly defined parameters and Maintain individual motivationinstruction Clear instructions and rationale Direction to appropriate resources Short tasks for measurable skills Clear direction to help and support development Structure / agreed milestones for Scaffold to greater autonomylarger projectsAutonomous Directed Consider group dynamics / roles Explicit benefit from group element Common understanding of end Consider group dynamicsproduct Feedback through social aspect Engagement with marking criteriaSocial 10. Developing the matrix Self access resource Integrate with online case studies for illustration Integrate with tools guide for implementation Questions around the model Is this clear, accessible and valid? Is this undermined by fluidity? Additional info to include?</p>