E-Learning Theory and Practice

Erasmus+ KA-1 Course -

Introduction to E-Learning Theory and Practice

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Course Description

The course Introduction to E-Learning Theory and Practice is an overview of internationally recognised and research-based e-learning theory and methodologies for creating effective e-learning courses. The course begins by reviewing what is meant by the term "e-learning" and what the benefits are in creating e-learning content. The course then reviews the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Development,


How learning occurs in a multimedia environment, and how to identify relevant course material using topic analysis and task analysis methodologies. You will learn about the importance of writing learning outcomes first when creating a course, and how to write learning outcomes about specific aspects of the course that describe a competency or performance capability that is to be acquired by the learner.


Next you will learn how to storyboard a course using presentation techniques such as storytelling, a scenario-based approach, a demonstration-practice method, or a toolkit approach. Finally, you will learn how to create different types of assessments that monitor and evaluate student learning.


This course will be of great interest to teachers, trainers and all subject matter experts who would like to learn more about the theory and practice behind designing and developing effective e-learning courses.

Target groups

Teachers (Preschool, primary, Secondary, vocational, adult, special needs), teacher trainers, educational guides and counselors, head teachers/ managers of schools, adult education professionals, parents, other interested person

Course Programme:

Module 1: Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning


Learning Outcomes and Introduction

Definition of E-Learning

E-Learning Goals

Why Develop E-Learning?

Quality of E-Learning

Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning

Managing Limited Cognitive Resources During Learning

How Design of e-Lessons Affects Learning

Understanding Task Analysis and Topic Analysis

Review Questions

Lesson Summary


Module 2: Creating Course Elements


Learning Outcomes

Defining Course-level and Module-level Learning Outcomes

Tips for Content Development and Language Style

What is a Storyboard?

Techniques for Presenting Content

Adding Examples

Integrating Media Elements

Developing Practice and Assessment Tests

Review Questions

Lesson Summary


Module 3: Introduction to E-Learning Theory and Practice Assessment

LEARNING OUTCOMES

After completing this course the learner will be able to:


Learning outcomes:
Having completed this course the learner will be able to:
- Describe the How, What and Why of E-Learning;
- Explain the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Development;
- Identify course content using Task Analysis and Topic Analysis;
- Write Learning Outcomes at course and module levels;
- Create a Storyboard of course contents;
- Present course material using storytelling, scenario-based approach, demonstration-practise methods, or toolkit approach;
- Create practice tests and assessment tests that reflect the learning outcomes for the course.

Financial conditions - Fee


  • The course fee – 600 € for a 7 days course. Amount includes preparation for the course, tuition, training materials, administration costs, organizational costs, half-day excursion and VAT. (Without travel)
  • We can provide you very nice and comfortable hotels. All expenses is covered by EU in Erasmus+ School and Erasmus+ Adult project.
  • We can organise extra cultural activities.


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For further details and registration, contact Ali ULUSOY, General Manager of Happy Kids. happykidstr@gmail.com

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