Nesta unidade, vamos estudar e discutir possíveis respostas para a pergunta como estas, com base nas perspectivas de alguns autores e seus pontos de vista / experiência:
1. Que técnicas de ensino online que você prefere?
2. Quais são as implicações do uso individual e de grupo na educação on-line?
3. Como podemos garantir um trabalho razoável de professores on-line?
As exemplificações propostas na AB nos auxilia a compreender a importância de privilegiar a transparência nos objetivos pedagógicos quando pensamos no contexto on-line por obter resultados satisfatórios. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 . “Online Teaching Techniques”, Morten F. Paulsen. The autor described teaching methods and techniques for computer-mediated communication.
“Good Pratice” from the Centre for Teaching and Learning (Queen’s University). She describes the site and pick-ups some very interesting items from it. For example, I found there the guide “Using Online Poster Tours to Enhance Student Learning” and pretend to follow some of the ideas written down on this guide using the tool Glogster, that has been used also by Maria to create her Learning Object about Online Teaching Techniques.
3.Examples of techniques for online learning based on the perspectives of authors and add your own views / experience.
1. Guide to Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers - Produced by the Ministry of Education DGIDC and organized by CARVALHO, Ana Amelia Amorim, University of Minho
In the nine chapters of this publication, consolidate a number of workshops that joined the Meeting on Web 2.0 technologies, several tools were presented, aimed at teachers and educators to facilitate their integration into the educational context. Thus, each chapter is made to contextualize of each tool, explains how to create an online space and approaches to their use in educational practices. This set of texts provides the teacher a good variety tools for use in teaching practices, guiding it in its construction and use.
4. Formative Evaluation Tools for online course design – FEVATOOLS – San Diego State University
This article presents the m-learning as a strategy for continuing education of adults and some results in the production and deployment within a "learning strategy", presents some results in the production of learning objects for this mode.
6. Two examples of techniques for online learning based in the learning objects (LO) development.
a) MISHRA, Sanjaya - Istrutional Design for Learning Objects
These presentations are very useful for teachers in higher education really give an idea of designing a learning object (LO). These techniques are able to relate to identifying the components of multimedia instructional design (ID) of the LO's.