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Model for online activity

This model is based on e-tivities by Gilly Salmon and is adapted from the original Online Facilitation Skills course developed as part of the eCapability Project.
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Amy Wilson

on 25 August 2011

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Transcript of Model for online activity

Model for online activity Spark Spark = WIIFM Interaction/response Purpose Time indication Task Gilly Salmon calls it an "invite" Purpose - Learning outcomes Task - what will they do? Interaction - response from students Time indication - how long will it take? What you expect your students to do:
What will they complete (format: report, posting, presentation?)
Specific, e.g. number of words (max. 200 words) Lets your students know:
what is important about the activity
how it will aid their learning This provides a framework about how your students will interact, examples include
Feedback to external groups
Group work
Forum interaction: Number of responses, frequency of posting
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