Effective practice planner

Designing a learning activity to incorporate e-learning will involve the process described in the section Designing for learning. This suggests that effective practice means working with an awareness of three essential elements: Learners, Learning environment and Intended outcomes and that integrating e-learning extends rather than changes this process by introducing additional opportunities to provide benefits for learners. In this guide, these benefits have been termed 'the e-learning advantage'.

How this could work in practice is illustrated here in the effective practice planner using an example based on the case study The Working Men’s College - Learning through doing. This case study is also featured in a supporting video clip on this CD-ROM and it is advised that the video clip is viewed in conjunction with this table.

Effective practice planner: an example

Issues to consider Designing a learning activity to incorporate
e-learning

 

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