Image : The Rapid e-learning blog
The performance based e-learning approach is how you create understanding and a way forward. Not just for students but for yourself as a teacher as well. I have written regularly about creating the create content – share – get feedback – grow content approach which is the tried and true method of the internet. Personalised learning is possible with technology and so everyone can be included in the learning loop and the content exploration loop. Students can explore their learning and knowledge in different ways and so , as long as the feedback loop is there, teachers can see more easily whether students are progressing in their skills and knowledge. Students can give feedback too which will enable teachers to deliver content in a more accessible way. The Rapid e-learning blog explains performance based learning clearly and gives some good tips. it is important that students can see evidence of their learning. it is important that they can put those new skills to the test. Christopher Pappas has also written a very good post on the elearning Industry site:
Again it is a very clear explanation of how to go about using technology and teaching guidelines in order to achieve sound performance which can be further enhanced and encouraged.