A Framework to Analyze Teaching-Learning Objects (T-LO): A Case Study of a Didactic Module

Ingrid Kleist Clark Nunes (Santa Catarina Federal University, Brazil) and Elena Maria Mallmann (Santa Maria Federal University (UFSM), Brazil)
Copyright: © 2010 |Pages: 322
EISBN13: 9781609602710|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-909-5.ch016
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Abstract

The pedagogical mediation in Distance Education (DE) is sustained by hypermediatic didactic materials, which are marked by principles of autonomy, interaction, interactivity, motivation and cooperation. The main thought in this article is to know if the developed Teaching-Learning Objects (T-LO) are potentially meaningful answering these principles. The planning and elaboration of the T-LO are highlighted processes in Brazil. Therefore, the authors present the conceptual singularities of the T-LO; the Instructional Design (ID) processes and the importance of the Instructional Project (IP) elaboration to guarantee a meaningful potentiality of the T-LO. As a research result, the authors center attention on the contribution of a framework (called the T-LO List), which is used to analyze the T-LO developed, implemented, and evaluated in a specific context of a didactic module elaboration. In conclusion, it is important to realize that the usage of a framework to analyze the T-LO can orient theoretical methodological steps of planning, developing, implementing, observing, reflecting, and re-planning, all carried out by multidisciplinary teams.
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