- Create an attention-grabbing introduction.
- Inform learner about the objectives of the eLearning course.
- Stimulate recall of prior knowledge.
- Create goal-centered eLearning content.
- Provide online guidance.
- Practice makes perfect.
- Offer timely feedback.
- Assess early and often.
- Enhance transfer of knowledge by tying it into real world situations and applications.
Strategy 1: A Clear Focus for the Lesson
Strategy 2: Offer Overt Instruction
Strategy 3: Get the Students to Engage With the Content
Strategy 4: Give Feedback
Strategy 5: Multiple Exposures
Strategy 6: Have Students Apply Their Knowledge
Strategy 7: Get Students Working Together
Strategy 8: Build Students’ Self-Efficacy
Keller’s ARCs Model – Attention
- Incongruity and Conflict
Keller’s ARCs Model – Relevance
- Present Worth
- Future Usefulness
- Needs Matching
Keller’s ARCs Model – Confidence
- Clear Learning Objectives and Prerequisites
- Increasing Levels of Difficulty
- Realistic Expectations
- Learner Controlled Elements
- Opportunities for Increased Learner Independence
Keller’s ARCs Model – Satisfaction
Changing the physical environment of where we learn
- Here is a classroom I would be proud to teach in, or be a student in.
Why New Teachers Aren’t Using Technology http://www.spencerideas.org/2015/11/ten-reasons-new-teachers-arent-using.html
- We’ve been ASSUMING that when “digital natives” become teachers, technology use in the classroom will become truly transformative. John Spencer explains why this is not necessarily the case.