Instructional Design for E-Learning Course

DATE & VENUE: 25 Nov - 6 Dec 2019 | CPSC, Manila, Philippines
PROGRAM CODE: 19-20/CPNP05 (Customized Program)
PARTICIPANT'S PROFILE: 12 TVET Instructors; Principals/Program Coordinator; CoEs; IT staff; and Project Staff of CTEVT, TITI, Sakchyamta, Nepal
COLLABORATING PARTNER: Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT), Nepal


Introduction

Technology is driven by TVET (Technical Vocational Education and Training), since TVET not only spawns technology by pull of demand and innovation, but also diffuses it by way of transfer of knowledge and skills. TVET sector prepares youth for specific trades, crafts and careers at different levels from a trade, a craft, technician, or a professional position in tourism, agriculture etc. The majority of vocations are typically based on manual or practical actions, traditionally non-academic, related to a specific trade, occupation, or, vacation.

Internet based learning or e-learning in TVET has become current trend and requirement of future needs of industry due to disruption of industrial revolution 4.0. Specifically, e-learning is the term broadly used to describe "instructional content or learning experience delivered or enabled by electronic technologies". E-learning provides a flexible system of information dissemination which is not confined to only regular day time activities but can also take place in a variety of locations including homes, schools, libraries internet cafes and open fields. With e-learning, the TVET instructors will be able to reach learners in different set-ups using the available diverse ICT resource to meet the learners’ needs.

A two week training program is proposed to provide the foundation for instructional development through the use of ICT and expected to cover the methodology, skills, and techniques necessary for developing effective e-Learning solutions. It will support TVET trainers to successfully implement e-learning system and blending learning into teaching methods, equipping teachers with ICT technology.



Objectives

The objectives of the Program are to:

  • Explore current theories, principles, methodologies, and techniques of online learning;
  • create interactive e-Learning solutions that meet the learners’ needs;
  • gain strong knowledge and skills to design e-Learning interactions that increase learning effectiveness and decrease costs;
  • develop rich media E-learning resource for Tourism, Construction and Agriculture sector;
  • customize their own learning management system that they can use in their institutions for online delivery;
  • apply ICT tools and techniques in class delivery.


Expected Outputs and Outcomes

  • Participants knowledgeable on national vocational and qualification framework system of the Philippines and its implementation mechanism
  • Trained participants on competency standards and assessment tools development
  • Assessed and certified participants on Develop Competency Assessment Tool (COC) TM II


Program Contents

The main contents of the program are:

Lectures:

  • Overview of E-Learning Courses
  • E-Learning Components and Approaches
  • Synchronous, Asynchronous and Quality of E-Learning
  • The ADDIE Model for E-Learning
  • Designing an E-Learning Course(Analysis)
  • Designing an E-Learning Course (Design and Development)
  • Designing an E-Learning Course Implementation and Evaluation
  • Types of Learning Platforms for E-Learning Course
  • Develop a Mobile App (Sign Up, Create, Build and Publish)
  • Development of Learning Management System using ICT Tools
  • Develop different types of valid and reliable assessment items using E-Learning Tools

Group Works:

  • Writeshop on Definition of Qualification
  • Writeshop on Competency Standards
  • Workshop on Job/Task Analysis
  • Workshop on Techniques of the Development of Sector/Occupational/Qualification Mapping
  • Workshop on Techniques on Developing Vocational Qualifications Package
  • Workshop on Training Arrangements
  • Workshop on Planning Competency Assessment Tools
  • Workshop on Formulating Performance Standard
  • Workshop on Formulation of Written Tests

Immersion Program to various TESDA Units:

  • Planning Office
  • Qualifications and Standards Office
  • Competency Standards Development Division
  • Certification Office
  • Immersion on Competency Standards Development Tools
  • Immersion on Assessment Tools Development
  • Visit to TESDA –National Capital Region (NCR)

Contextualization and Implementation in Nepal:

  • Development of Competency Standards with Industry Partners in Nepal
  • Development of Process Guidelines on Assessment Tool Development in Nepal Context
  • Draft Competency Standards and Assessment Tools (Evidence Plan-Project Observation/Assessment Tool Package)
  • Finalization of Outputs Format for Competency COC Assessment TM II (Occupational Map/Qualification Map)