Practical Task Example from need n.2:
Design asynchronous sections for a master level class that are dynamic, engaging, informative and rigorous.
Assumption: A well designed asynchronous section of a curse/class is an educational strategy that amplifies the in-class teaching. It should provide improvements in key learning areas such as:
An asynchronous element structured according to one of the most recent and evidence-based pedagogical approach known as “backward design” allows to better meet the learning outcomes associated to the class not just in terms of immediate performance ability (e.g. good assignment performance) but, more importantly, to provide learner with a long-term retention of their knowledge together with the ability of transfer it to multiple and different contexts: that is, to get away with real understanding of the topic.
Together with the client we designed asynchronous sections that allow learners an “enlarged” time and space where they can:
All in a continuous way.
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