The workshop is jointly organized by CITE and Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
The third meeting of the Moodle Users Group will follow on the CITE OBA seminar by Dr. Sam Chu (<a>12-1pm Sep 20 in RMS101</a>) about learning outcome statements.
We will review Mager's Tips for writing instructional objectives, John Bigg's SOLO taxonomy, and the Bloom's Revised taxonomy, and then work on creating good statements of intended learning outcomes for YOUR courses. We will also touch on ISTE NETS for Students, and how these generic outcomes can help you give your students credit for using technology as part of the learning process in your course.
<p>Brant Knutzen is the Learning Designer for the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong. He has been involved in eLearning for 28 years as software developer, website developer, and corporate trainer. He currently teaches on an MSc Education program relating to eLearning and educational leadership, and provides eLearning support and professional development for teaching staff. His research areas include the design, implementation and evaluation of highly engaging blended learning environments for schools and higher education. Current Moodle plugin development projects include the Participation Map: a new way to visually display online discussion activity, and the Participation Forum: which generates a grade based on student posting activity. See Brant.Knutzen.se for more information.</p>