Acquisition Learning through acquisition is what learners are

Acquisition Learning through acquisition is what learners are

Acquisition Learning through acquisition is what learners are doing when they are listening to a lecture or podcast, reading from books or websites, and watching demos or videos Collaboration Learning through collaboration embraces mainly discussion, practice, and production. Building on investigations and acquisition it is about taking part in the process of knowledge building itself Collaboration Conventional method small group project. discussing others outputs.

building joint output. Digital technology small group projects using online forumsM08, wikisM15, chatM23 for discussing others outputs. building joint digital outputs using databasesM47, glossariesM24, wikisM15. Reading books, papers; M## - UCL Moodle Mini Guides are available at http://ucl.ac.uk/moodleguides Acquisition Conventional method reading books, papers listening to teacher presentations face-to-face, lectures watching demonstrations,

master classes Reading books, papers; Digital technology reading digital documents, resources via the UCL Reading ListM10. reading websites, watching multimedia via URLM03. watching animations, videos by embedding videoM02b. listening to podcasts, webcasts by embedding audioM02b. M## - UCL Moodle Mini Guides are available at http://ucl.ac.uk/moodleguides Discussion Learning through discussion requires the learner

to articulate their ideas and questions, and to challenge and respond to the ideas and questions from the teacher, and/or from their peers Investigation Learning through investigation guides the learner to explore, compare and critique the texts, documents and resources that reflect the concepts and ideas being taught Investigation Conventional method using text-based study guides analysing the ideas and information in a range of materials and resources using conventional methods to collect and analyse data

texts in acomparing range of materials and resources; Using conventional methods to collect searching and evaluating Comparing texts, information andsearching ideas and evaluating information and ideas. Digital technology online search via the Library Search blockM05.

analysing ideas and information from digital resources accessed via the UCL Reading ListM10. sharing & analysing digital texts with peers in a databaseM47. raising queries about concepts using hot questionM18. comparing digital texts in an online discussionM08. M## - UCL Moodle Mini Guides are available at http://ucl.ac.uk/moodleguides Discussion Conventional method tutorials. Digital technology seminars.

online tutorials, seminars with Blackboard CollaborateM46. discussion groups. synchronous chatsM23. class discussions. asynchronous discussion forumsM08. student presentations & discussion with Blackboard CollaborateM46. Reading books, papers; M## - UCL Moodle Mini Guides are available at http://ucl.ac.uk/moodleguides Practice

Learning through practice enables the learner to adapt their actions to the task goal, and use the feedback to improve their next action. Feedback may come from self-reflection, from peers, from the teacher, or from the activity itself, if it shows them how to improve the result of their action in relation to the goal Production Learning through production is the way the teacher motivates the learner to consolidate what they have learned by articulating their current conceptual understanding and how they used it in practice Production Conventional method producing articulations using:

statements. essays. reports. accounts. designs. Reading books, papers; performances. Digital technology producing shared digital documents in wikisM15, discussion forumsM08. performances captured on video (via LecturecastM27). final assessments submitted for peer markingM37 or marking by tutorsM09. photos shared in Lightbox GalleryM54. artefacts.

images, videos, animations, other artefacts shared in databasesM47. animations. blogsM16. models. e-portfolios using MyPortfolio. videos. M## - UCL Moodle Mini Guides are available at http://ucl.ac.uk/moodleguides Practice Conventional method

Digital technology practising exercises. online tests using QuizM12, HotPotM38 doing practice-based projects. case studies using lessonM21 pathways. labs. virtual labs using lessonM21 questions. field trips. virtual field trips with embedded imagesM02a & videosM02b in lessonsM21.

face-to-face role-play activities. Reading books, papers; embeddedM02b simulations and linksM03 to virtual worlds. online presentationsM46 by students. dynamic external content via TwitterM02c, RSS feedsM05f. visual models (e.g. JmolM33). assessments submitted for peer feedbackM37 or marking by tutorsM09. M## - UCL Moodle Mini Guides are available at http://ucl.ac.uk/moodleguides

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