Using course dimensions
Following on from my previous post I have done some more thinking about course dimensions and how they can be represented and used. To recap; there are four categories associated with a course and each can have a number of dimensions: Content and Activity Interactivity Student-generated content Open Educational Resources Multimedia Communication and Collaboration Web2.0 […]
Course dimensions
As part of our Course Business Models and Learning Design work we have been developing a range of representations (or views) for courses. I blogged about aspects of this back in June (http://e4innovation.com/?p=328) and there is also a cloudscape (http://cloudworks.ac.uk/index.php/cloud/view/1486). More recently I have had a paper accepted as part of a symposium at the […]
Locating educational practices
One of the things I talked about at the CODE International Symposium in Japan last week was a framework for locating educational practices. The framework has two dimensions: teacher-centered vs. student-centred learning (i.e. where the locus of control is for the learning process) and content-based vs. activity-based learning. I then showed how this could be […]