MITE 6330 Mindmap

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1. Concepts and Ideas

1.1. Instructional Design

1.1.1. ID Development History Instructional Media Instructional Design ID1 ISD Component Display Theory Limitations ID2 Components Address the shortcomings

1.1.2. In Teaching and Learning Settings Course Media Teacher Teachers' private theories Expert Teacher's Thinking and Teaching and Instructional Design Models and Principles Learning The 4C/ID-Model for Complex Learning Learning by Doing

1.2. Theories and Models

1.2.1. Models PBL Problem Solving Central Principles Instructional Principles Best Exemplars - PBL Comparision REALs RBL Predigital Age Digital Age

1.2.2. Theories Activity Theory Activity System Assumptions of activity theory Learning Theory Behaviorism Cognitivism Constructivism Cognitive Flexibility Theory

1.3. Technology

1.3.1. Web 2.0 Features A paradigm shift Users-Creation of new information Provide powerful media production Social networking technologies Rich user experiences support collective activities In education New forms of assessment such as digital portfolios Use of Internet-mediated social learning spaces New forms of collaborative learning New models and methods for the design of learning objects New models for resources sharing and support for technology integration of communities of teachers New generations of learning management systems (LMS)

1.3.2. Handheld devices Technology - Pedagogy Others Data Collection - Contextual/Constructivist Location Aware - Contextual/Constructivist Collaborative - Collaborative/Contextual/Constructivist Example applications TxtIT SortIT

2. Additional Resources

2.1. Risal - Candy

2.2. Google Site

3. Reflection

3.1. Google Document

4. Help

4.1. Links to the reading materials

4.2. Methodology used in research

4.3. Definition in detail within the notes

4.4. Pictures to explain the theory/principle

4.5. Important Concepts for my perspectives

4.6. Important events during the development

4.7. Deficiencies