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Designing the Optimal Learning Experience
Transcript of Designing the Optimal Learning Experience
Finding information and experts
Lower to Higher Order Thinking Skills
1. Remembering and Retrieval
3. Analyzing & Applying
TweetDeck - Twitter visualization tool
Youtube - 120 million videos
Summarize, infer and paraphrase
Using, editing. comparing
Planning, designing, and producing
Russell L. Kahn, PhD
BS Communication and Information Design
MS in Information Design and Technology
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Evaluation of student work
Mashpedia - Real time video encyclopedia (in this case Instructional Technology)
Student ethnography of biker culture
Jing video on human centered design
Newseum Site for News Analysis
Use of Jing for evaluation of a website (jingproject.com)
This presentation is at
Applying instructional design theory using in-the-cloud applications
Appealing to Multiple Learning Styles
Google Docs Commenting and Markup
Using Google Docs
Students respond to a wide range of learning styles
All areas, from remembering through to creating were rated highly by at least 20 per cent of the respondents.
JETS Article Vol 41, No. 2
Social Searcher Social Media Search
Team projects analyzing readings using Google Drive
Each team member handles a section that they can work on anytime/anywhere.
The team can meet virtually using the meeting tool to review the entire presentation
Introductory Zoom Webinars
Order of learning activities
Find out what's being said and written