Design · Overview
In Module 1 (Basic / TPACK), you came across a number of teaching methods. Based on your objectives (acquiring, increasing or creating knowledge) and your context, you learned to select one or more methods.
The design of your course is more than the choice of a particular methodMethods indicate how you want to teach and they specify activities for the teacher and the student. The choice of a teaching method will be related to the proposed objectives and the context.. What content do you want to insert? In what order? And what is the connection between the different parts of the learning content?
In order to learn how to make these choices, we focus on “learning objects” and “learning content” and learn how to properly structure the learning content.
No course on ‘Digital didactics’ should be without Mayer’s design principles for multimedia learning (Mayer).
Finally, this module also addresses the various (digital) tools, with the aim of increasing your technological knowledge (TK) in this matter. We discuss the advantages and disadvantages, (educational) value, practical and technical implications (organic and infrastructure requirements) of the most common tools.
Note: in order to understand this module, a prerequisite is to finish Module 1 (TPACK) successfully as it is a basis for module 2, because after this module you know: