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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: Instructional Design and Learning Theory
Submitted by: Stacie Fruster on Oct 07, 2013
Date Last Modified: Oct 07, 2013
Title: Access e-Learning
Description: Allow students to prepare for classroom instruction by providing Prerequisite lessons they are able to study on their own time.
Type of Task: Individual
Time Required 30 to 60 minutes per module
Topics: Introduction to EMR
Course: EMR
Audience: Professional
Categories:
Prerequisites Skills: knowledge of Windows software Obtain user id and password
Learning Objectives: Receive basic understanding of what EMR is and it's functionality
Text of Learning Exercise: Step by step instruction of screen shots that may be used on a day to day basis in an office.
Additional Information URL: http://www.usask.ca/education/coursework/802papers/mergel/brenda.htm#Behaviorism
Content Builder page/site description: Material: Instructional Design and Learning Theory Rating: Classroom Use: Not used in classroom Submitted by: Stacie Fruster (Student), Oct 07, 2013 Comment: I love the explanation of Blooms Cognitive Theory because knowledge, comprehension along with analysis skills will help when trying to complete elearnings. Keller's Plan, however, ties into the individuality one would need to complete the prerequisited plans I would lay out for each of my learners. Technical Remarks: Technically, I would need to provide a more modern approach in how I would teach a class. Time spent reviewing site: 2 days
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