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Next generation technology for learning practical skills online

conference contribution
posted on 19.10.2021, 23:20 authored by Elise CrawfordElise Crawford, Frank BognaFrank Bogna, Aldo RaineriAldo Raineri, Ryan KiftRyan Kift
This paper presents a rationale and research approach for a pilot study that examines next generation solutions for enhancing online learning of practical skills required of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) university students. The study explores instructional technology that has been designed through a constructivist lens. Open source interactive capability and immersive experiences are created using static and 360-degree panoramic photography to encourage greater engagement with the learning resources and to enhance practical skill development at distance. This design research pilot is founded on pedagogy before technology principles and follows the pedagogical model of the cognitive apprenticeship. Survey data, and learning analytics from the University Learning Management System will be interrogated to appraise the education outcomes using the Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation Framework. Expected benefits include improved engagement with learning resources, improved overall OHS skill development, and greater accessibility to workplaces without personal concerns for health and safety.

History

Editor

Gregory S; Warburton S; Parkes M

Start Page

180

End Page

185

Number of Pages

6

Start Date

30/11/2020

Finish Date

01/12/2020

Location

Online

Publisher

ASCILITE

Place of Publication

Online

Additional Rights

CC BY

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

Yes

Era Eligible

Yes

Name of Conference

37th International Conference of Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education

Parent Title

ASCILITE 2020: Conference Proceedings