Panel Session DES106
Instructional Models and Strategies to Develop Online Learning Experiences
Online learning design that is focused on fast and low cost production alone is NOT what this session is about.
Of course balancing time, costs and stakeholder-needs are part of our discussion, but we focus on learning theory and learning design models that assure quality learning outcomes through meaningful, interactive learning experiences.
Get to know the theories behind two proven frameworks/instructional design methods that will directly translate into practice in your context. Both involve the integration of digital technologies into course design - and both are guaranteed to improve student success and learning outcomes.
University of Potsdam, Germany
Sophia completed her doctorate in Philosophy at the University of Potsdam with a thesis on democracy and political theory. She also taught and hold research positions in Potsdam (Germany), Dublin (Ireland) and Philadelphia (USA). Since 2018 she works as a project manager in E-Learning at the University of Potsdam.
Her main interests are in the consequences of the digital transformation on education, learning, organisational change, job and life skills. How the transformation can be implemented in schools and universities is one of the questions that keep her busy.