In this course, you are designing a self-instructional learning module with no access to the Internet. However, this module may also be used as part of a blended learning environment. In this online learning environment you would combine these self-instructional modules with other learning elements that learners would access thorough the Internet.
Describe how you might design an online environment to include both self-instructional and computer facilitated elements. Consider factors such as learner motivation, access to resources, group collaboration, maintenance, and any other relevant factors.
objectives: Define the requirements of a computer-mediated learning environment including learning outcomes, learner analysis, and objective specification.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 1:31 am ad1c9bdddf
I think what they are asking for here is for you to put together an assignment that can be used with online instruction or in a traditional classroom setting--that is what is meant by blended. Many people are not teaching students online and in a traditional classroom at the same time, so those in the virtual world and those on campus are doing the same work, but in different ways.
To design an online environment to include both self-instructional and computer facilitated elements, you will firstly need extremely clear instructions to the learner. The learner will need to understand what is asked of them on a daily/weekly basis, especially if the instructor wants to see great learner motivation in the class. This comes from good course design, so when designing a course like this, it is good to have the modules easily marked and then steps for completion. Let's say you are having the students do a reading assignment, answer questions, work in a group to talk through the answers ...
1. Since the introduction of computers into the classroom, various terms have arisen that basically refer to the same thing, such as computer-based training (CBT), computer-based learning (CBL), computer authored Instruction (CAI), computer-managed Instruction (CMI), computer-mediated learning, etc. Define computer mediated learning and differentiate that definition from the above terms in your own words.
2. Generally speaking, "stand alone" means the computer guides the learner through the content without the intervention and physical presence of the teacher/instructor. Identify the differences between designing instruction for a typical instructor-led classroom environment as opposed to a learning environment where the content is delivered entirely by the computer in the absence of an instructor.View Full Posting Details