Learning Design Activities: Introduction
A learning design process will provide a framework for going about designing a course and know whether the design is effective.
The learning activities in a course (what learners do) are the key to managing how a learner engages with the learning resources (the content). Learning activities can be tasks, problems, or interactions, and usually cover a wide scope.
The learning designer needs to focus on developing authentic, active, and engaging learning activities that enable learners to engage with their course learning resources and meet the learning outcomes.
Assessment can be seamlessly integrated if it is designed at the same time as the learning activities: the outcomes of the activities demonstrate the extent and scope of learning. The learning designer needs to develop assessment strategies that originate from stated learning outcomes.
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