Meaningful online learning : integrating strategies, activities, and learning technologies for effective designs / Nada Dabbagh, Rose M. Marra, Jane L. Howland
Book | Routledge | 2019
Available at Gateway-Racine Campus New Books Display (LB 1028.3 J6.85 2019)

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xvii, 206 pages ; 27 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
1. Meaningful Online Learning: Theories, Concepts, and Strategies
Online Learning
Higher Education -- K-12 Education -- Corporate Education -- Government Education -- Healthcare Education
Meaningful Learning
Active (Manipulative / Observant) -- Constructive (Articulative / Reflective) -- Intentional (Goal-directed / Regulatory) -- Authentic (Complex / Contextual) -- Cooperative (Collaborative / Conversational) -- Meaningful Learning Summary
Standards for Designing Meaningful Online Learning Environments
Higher Education -- K-12 Education -- Corporate Education
Summary
References
2. Pedagogical Ecology of Meaningful Online Learning: Meaningful Online Learning Design Framework
The Concept of Pedagogical Ecology
Pedagogical Ecology of Pre-Internet Technologies -- Pedagogical Ecology of Web 1.0 Technolgies -- Pedagogical Ecology of Web 2.0 Technolgoies
The Three-Component Pedagogical Model for Online Learning
Meaningful Online Learning Design Framework
Summary
References
3. Instructional Strategies for Meaningful Online Learning
Instrutional Strategies for Meaningful Learning
What are Instructional Strategies? -- Types of Instructional Strategies that Promote Meaningful Learning
Supportive Instructional Strategies
Scaffolding -- Modeling and Explaining -- Coaching and Mentoring -- Using Supportive Instructional Strategies to Support Meaningful Online Learning
Dialogic Instructional Strategies
Articulation -- Collaboration and Social Negotiaion -- Reflection -- Using Dialogic Instructional Strategies to Support Meaningful Online Learning
Exploratory Instructional Strategies
Problem Solving -- Hypothesis Testing -- Exploration and Creation -- Role-Playing -- Using Exploratory Instructional Strategies to Support Meaningful Online Learning
Summary
References
4. Technologies to Support Meaningful Online Learning
Introduction
Technology Categorization Scheme
Who Uses These Technology Tools?
Content Creation Tools
Collaboration and Communication Tools
Knowledge Representation Tools (Mindtools)
Immersive Tools
Simulations and Virtual Reality -- Games for Learning
Information Search and Resource Management Tools
Knowledge Bases -- Internet and Search Engines -- Content Collection, Aggregation, and Annotation Tools
Summary and What's Next?
References
5. Supportive Instructional Strategies for Meaningful Online Learning
Supportive Mappings
Designing for Scaffolding
What is Scaffolding? -- Using Content Creation Tools to Support Learner Performance -- Using Knowlege Representation Tools to Provide Individualized Learner Guidance
Designing for Modeling and Explaining
What are Modeling and Explaining? -- Using Content Creation Tools to Support External Modeling of Thought Processes
Designing for Coaching and Mentoring
What are Coaching and Mentoring? -- Using Collaboration and Communication Tools to Support Interaction and Feedback between Learners and Experts -- Using Knowledge Representation Tools to Support Novice Coaching
Summary
References
6. Dialogic Instructional Strategies for Meaningful Online Learning
Dialogic Mappings
Designing for Articulation
What is Articulation? -- Using Collaboration and Communication Tools to Support Articulation -- Using Knowledge Representation Tools to Provide Individualized Learner Guidance
Designing for Modeling and Explaining
What are Modeling and Explaining? -- Using Content Creation Tools to Support External Modeling of Thought Processes
Designing for Coaching and Mentoring
What are Coaching and Mentoring? -- Using Collaboration and Communication Tools to Support Interaction and Feedback between Learners and Experts -- Using Knowledge Representation Tools to Support Novice Coaching
Summary
References
6. Dialogic Instructional Strategies for Meaningful Online Learning
Dialogic Mappings
Designing for Articulation
What is Articulation? -- Using Collaboration and Communication Tools to Support Articulation -- Using Knowledge Representation Tools (Mindtools) to Support Articulation
Designing for Collaboration and Social Negotiation
What is Collaboration and Social Negotiation? -- Using Collaboration and Communication Tools to Support Collaboration and Social Negotiation -- Using Knowledge Representation Tools to Support Collaboration and Social Negotiation -- Using Information Search and Resource Management Tools to Support Collaboration and Social Negotiations
Designing for Reflection
What is Reflection? -- Using Collaboration and Communication Tools and Content Creation Tools to Support Reflection
Summary
References
7. Exploratory Instructional Strategies for Meaningful Online Learning
Exploratory Mappings
Designing to Support Problem Solving
Using Knowledge Representation Tools (Mindtools) for Learners to Model and Visualize the Problem Space -- Using Collaboration and Communication Tools to "Restate the Problem"
Designing to Support Hypothesis Generation and Testing
Using Immersive Tools to Support Hypothesis Generation and Testing and Reflection -- Using Knowledge Representation Tools / Mindtools to Support Running Experiments -- Using Knowledge Representation Tools / Mindtools to Support Reflection on Hypotheses
Designing to Support Exploration and Creation
Using Immersive Tools to Support Exploration and Creation -- Using Mindtools / Knowledge Representation Tools to Support Creation -- Using Games to Support Creation -- Using Information Search and Resource Management Tools to Support Exploration and Creation
Designing to Support Role-Playing
Using Immersive Tools (Environments) to Support Role-Playing with Digital Characters and Other Students
Summary
References
8. Assessing Meaningful Online Learning
Assessing Meaningful Learning in Online Settings
What is Assessment? -- Aligned Assessments -- Assessing Meaningful Learning Online
Methods of Assessment Online
Creating High-Quality Rubrics
The "Anatomy" of a Rubric -- Heuristics for Developing an Effective Rubric -- Characteristics of an Effective Rubric -- Technology Rubric Tools
Meaningful Online Assessment Examples
Using Rubrics and Performance Assessments of Learner Projects or Processes -- Using Digital Portfolio Systems to Assess Meaningful Learning -- Using Technology-Based Testing Tools to Assess Higher Order Learning -- Using Analytic Data to Supplement Other Forms of Assessment -- Using Student Response Systems to Conduct Formative Assessment
Summary
References
Summary
'Meaningful Online Learning' explores the design and facilitation of high-quality online learning experiences and outcomes through the integration of theory-based instructional strategies, learning activities, and proven educational technologies. Building on the authors' years of synthesized research and expertise, this textbook prepares instructors in training to create, deliver, and evaluate learner-centered online pedagogies. Pre- and in-service K-12 teachers, higher education faculty, and instructional designers in private, corporate, or government settings will find a comprehensive approach and support system for their design efforts.
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Marra, Rose M., author.
Howland, Jane L., author.
Howland, Jane L.. Meaningful learning with technology.
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