KUHS Meeting 4 Make a Route Map of a small part of your courses

Meeting 1
In this meeting, an introduction is given about blended learning. https://bl.curriculumdesignhe.eu

Meeting 2
In this meeting, an explanation was given of the Virtual Learning environment ‘Moodle’ and the activity How to realize the selected ideas for changes were introduced? Present Matrix and Ebook with IT ideas.

Meeting 3
This meeting was focused on How to prepare a test-questions and a test in Moodle.

Meeting 4 The Route Map
The focus in this meeting is on a pragmatic approach to redesign your course in Google Classroom. The idea of the Route Map is introduced. Some example of blended learning options are presented.

In a Route Map, you visualize the outline of the learning process in your course. What are the main topics and learning activities? In what sequence the students will study the topics?
In the Route Map, you indicate where you want to introduce ITedu-tools you have selected.

Requirements are important elements in designing a course. They have to be satisfied to design a feasible course for you and the students and meet the different quality criteria. They help you to plan the implementation realizable.

Prepare the Route Map to show or visualize how you want to organize your blended learning course. Your Route Map will be used in the decision to introduce IT-activities in the online-courses and the regular courses after the Covit- period

1. Select the topics for your course and decide on the sequence. An overview of possible sequences is available in Moodle.
2. Add the selected ideas IT options into the Routemap. Combine where necessary with F2F activities and homework. The Route Map should give a clear insight into the learning process.
3. Formulate the requirements that have to be fulfilled to implement your IT ideas successfully.

Possible Educational functions which are supported by IT

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