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Asbjørn Skovsende
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Assignment 2.5: This meme is an attempt to hit all 4 categories in the Arcs model.
Attention; the picture of boromir, is one of the most used in meme, so many will already know it and a meme is a quick break.
Relevance; it represents my way of teaching, all my students learn to fail at some point, using design thinking its only a natural part of the process.
Confidence; by accepting that one fail, they very often only rise stronger with more confidence.
Satisfaction; then one have raised from a failed attempt, they learned that they shouldn't use that solution again and finding a new solution or just gaining the confidence in that where is no dishonor in a failed attempt.
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Assignment 2.4: This is a attempt to bring Mayer's learning theory up to an meta level.

The instruction video from the course explaining the subject is actually falling into its own pitfall, using the "RSA" animation style in a much more clumsy way, it kinda bites it's own tail. Yes it does use pictures and and narration, but using text as an image, it is breaking its own multimedia principle. If it had used other kinds of pictures instead of an animation of writing text, it would not break the principle. 
Since the video is only 5 min long, it can be discussed if it is in a learner paced segment or just one continuous unit. I personally prefer videos that maybe are a little longer, but takes break and go back to compile the various segments of the instruction/learning video into smaller so, one can see the how it fits together. This video tends to just go on "monotone" speak, so i wouldn't say it doesn't fulfil the segmenting principle, but at the same time it does not break it either.
Since it is using the flash animation which the RSA videos made popular, one need to think carefully about how the animation is done. For me this is just a advanced power point show with some bad clip-art set into it. Hence not fulfilling the modality principle, for me i rather have some examples with a single picture with narration over it to illustrate it. It certainly fulling signaling principle, but it may be more confusing for the learners than than it is supporting the learning, which is not the way to go.

This is my perspective to it, I'm looking forward to hear what other thinks on my try to take it to a meta level. I know it could be taken higher up, but that would properly be more academic discussion.      

Assignment 2.2, beside the test being in a foreign language for me, i still managed to score a 7 which i'm quite happy with. Might have scored higher if it was in my native language.

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Hey all
Being a late starter i thought it was easier if I just scrampled everything from week 1 into one post! (warning this might be a long read)

About me: I have a Ma (education) in ICT-Based educational design, beside been a teacher from the academy of free shcools here in Denmark, that means that i'm a combination of a hippy and geek, and also branded as a digital viking (started all the way back with the first edcmooc from Edinburgh, back in 2012). I'm currently making courses in various digital media and learning technologies, so this course is a great insight for me to see the pinpoints in which i need to have more focus :).

The assessment part:
1.5: Looks like there haven't been much variation on the list over the last few year i have followed the top 100 learning, for a more foresighted look i would look into the nmc horizon reports. I'm normally not looking at the tools first, then i teacher primary school/kindergarten, i always asked what tools they were familiar with first, before venturing in to the unknown together with them. That gave them a feeling of ownership and i learned a lot at the same time.
For the digital work/artefact i would properly go for some appsmashing to see what i can create in form of a remix or such.

1.7: since I mainly work as a course instructor these days, i find doing a taskmanager for my courses a usefull thing, since i can create what i expect of my students and they can tick off as they go by or afterwards.

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I'm currently working on an educational design project at Aarhus University in Denmark, where we look into the space children create in between play, creativity and togetherness. Our project kan be followed here: www.legoglaering.dk.
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+Amy Burvall i hope its okai that i post this here, if not please let me know :)

I'm currently working on an educational design project at Aarhus University in Denmark, where we look into the space children create in between play, creativity and togetherness. Our project kan be followed here: www.legoglaering.dk.
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