Themenmonat: Digitale Kommunikation
What’s your story?
Using storyboarding to design engaging online learning
3. – 15. February 2021 (online)
The online space can provide a flexible learning environment, without space and time constraints. Learning takes place also beyond the virtual classroom. In order to make sure students are motivated and engaged, asynchronous learning activities have to be carefully designed.
This workshop provides practical guidance on designing and sequencing asynchronous learning activities. We will first look into how to structure an online course and how to plan and sequence a variety of activity types. Then we will zoom into the actual activity design process and discuss how to create different individual and group learning activities, how to communicate them clearly to students and how to embed them into the overall course, as a part of the learning path(s). Last but not least, you will have the chance to practice designing an online learning session using a storyboarding approach.
This workshop gives you the opportunity to revisit your course from a different perspective and design an engaging and flexible learning experience for your students. It will be structured in 3 parts:
|1.||3 February 2021, 9:30-11:00||Workshop 1: Introduction to asynchronous online learning & storyboarding|
|2.||4-14 February 2021||Time for individual work|
|3.||15 February 2021, 9:30-10:30:||Workshop 2: Discussion based on individual work, reflection, de-briefing|
Speaker: Alexandra Mihai, The Educationalist
Target group: All employees of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
The event is free of charge.
Alexandra Mihai is an education specialist and learning experience designer with over a decade of experience in European Higher Education. She is currently working as a Learning Designer at University College London (UCL). Previously she worked as a researcher and curriculum designer at the Institute of European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and led the Centre for Teaching Innovations at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. Alexandra has a strong background in e-learning, learning design and innovative teaching strategies. In her PhD she analysed in how far technology is used in teaching practices at European universities.