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Storyboarding for Learning Design Open Online Course (OOC): Storyboard
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http://tinyurl.com/storyboard-sldooc
Week 1 - IntroductionWeek 2 - Storyboarding ToolWeek 3 - Outcomes and AssessmentWeek 4 - ActivitiesWeek 5 - Resources AuditWeek 6 - Action Plan
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Outcomes1. Do the introductions (in terms of people and basic knowledge) and set the scene for the course.2. Evaluate different tools to create storyboards and select the one that suits you best.3. Define the learning outcomes and assessment instruments for your course.4. Design a series of e-tivities (online learning activities) to support the learning outcomes – high level design5. Audit resources for alignment with learning outcomes and appropriate selection of media formats6. Share your storyboard and draw up an action plan for completing the design and development of your course, and how you will evaluate its effectiveness.
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Assessment/ demonstration of learningN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AWrite a blog post reflecting on storyboard development process and including a link to storyboard.
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Salmon's 5-stage modelStages 1, 2 & 3: Access, socialising and information exchangeStage 4: Knowledge constructionStage 5: Development
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Activity 1Purpose: Introduce yourself to other participants.
Purpose: Evaluate the suitability of Lino as your storyboarding tool.Purpose: Analyse the role of learning outcomes in the overall view of a course.Purpose: Add a series of activity titles and purpose statements to your storyboardPurpose: Conduct a learning resources auditPurpose: Share your storyboard as work-in-progress and your storyboarding journey as a blog post or discussion forum post
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Activity 2Purpose: Identify undesirable course features to be avoided. Purpose: Evaluate the suitability of Popplet as your storyboarding tool.Purpose: Develop (or review) your learning outcome statements.
Purpose: Define the mode of delivery for the learning activities on your course.
Purpose: Identify possible sources of OER to use in your coursePurpose: Create action plan for completion of your storyboard
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Activity 3Purpose: Describe the course you will be designing. Purpose: Evaluate the suitability of Google Sheets as your storyboarding tool.Purpose: Create an assessment plan for your course.Purpose: Decide on the main interactive tools you will use for the learning activities on your course.
Purpose: Add learning resources to storyboardPurpose: Help evaluate the OOC
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Activity 4Purpose: Share your understanding of the concept of learning design and the 5-stage model.Purpose: Evaluate other storyboarding tools.Purpose: Evaluate your assessment tasks against learning outcome statements.Purpose: Add more details to your planned learning activities on your storyboard.Purpose: Fill in the Storyboard Register to share your storyboard publicly (Optional).
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Activity 5Purpose: Provide data on your experience with storyboarding.Purpose: Select your preferred storyboarding tool.---Purpose: Confirm that you have met the requirements for certificate (Optional)
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ResourcesDiscussion: Learning Design vs Instructional DesignStoryboard template in LinoItText: Writing learning outcomesFive-stage modelResource Audit FormAction Plan template
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Five-stage modelStoryboard example in PoppletCogenT Vocab ListWikispaces: Discussion boardsWhat are OER? (Brendan Walsh on YouTube)Storyboard register
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Video: Using the 5-stage model in your online teaching (18 mins)Storyboard template in Google SpreadsheetsInfographic: Summative vs formative assessmentWikispaces: BlogsCreative Commons licenses explained (Chris Follows on YouTube)Course Completion Survey
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Video: Storyboards for Learning Design - An Action Example (8 mins)Storyboard example in LinoItVideo: How I align my assessment with my learning outcomes?Wikispaces: WikisOpen Educational Resources (Commonwealth of Learning Guide Book)Turning your storyboard into an OER
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Find OER (Open Professionals Education Network)
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© Gabi Witthaus & Brenda Padilla 2014
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PERMISSION TO REUSE: Storyboard for Storyboarding OOC (http://tinyurl.com/storyboard-sldooc) by Gabi Witthaus and Brenda Padilla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://artofelearning.wordpress.com.
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Available at http://tinyurl.com/storyboard-sldooc
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