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Cub Kahn

7 Things You Should Read about Microlearning in Mobile and Flipped Contexts - 1 views

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    (Educause registration required for access to this pdf; OSU is an institutional member of Educause.)
Cub Kahn

Strategies for Effective Technology Integration into Any Course: Aligning Content Knowl... - 1 views

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    This site gives examples for each of the "Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education" from Chickering and Gamson (1987) and also references Chickering and Ehrmann's (1996) "Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever."
Shannon Riggs

Research Summary on the Benefits of PBL | Project Based Learning | BIE - 1 views

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    What is it? This summary of research on Project Based Learning also appears in the BIE book PBL for 21st Century Success. It provides a quick look at key studies showing PBL's positive effects on student academic achievement, mastery of 21st century competences such as problem-solving and critical thinking, addressing the needs of diverse learners and closing achievement gaps, and increasing students' motivation to learn.
Shannon Riggs

How to Design an Online Course Infographic - 1 views

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    A handy "one pager" that would make a good starting point for anyone new to online education
warrenebb

What Are "Rewards" - 1 views

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    This is a heady rant about motivating your user. (7 min).
    While some of the big words might be off putting, the simple game examples should be inviting. ?

    It serves as advice on making someone feel glad they performed a task you setup for them. The speaker is talking about video games, and behavioral engineering, but I think it relates to motivating online students.

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    the core takeaway is: points ain't rewards.
    Just because you gave someone points, doesn't mean they received them as a reward. Points only work as rewards when they are a "token" of whatever currency the player values. I think this is fascinating to keep in mind when trying to motivate students. (you might think of grades and degrees as tokens in different currencies)

    + I'm curious to learn how much the field of "instructional design" leverages behavioral engineering.
Karen Watte

Role-Playing in Online Education - 4 views

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    Great article by enthusiastic instructor that gives details about designing and delivering effective role-playing activities online. Relates activities to Bloom's taxonomy and gives tips for grading students.
Shannon Riggs

Does Length Matter? It Does for Video - 4 views

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    With apologies for the title -- some interesting graphs here that demonstrate the level of engagement at various video lengths. Makes the case for short videos. One thing that doesn't seem to be considered is how the video is integrated (or not) with learning activities.
Shannon Riggs

Three Generations of Distance Learning Pedagogy - 15 views

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    Overview of distance ed pedagogy
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