Handout: IFET Course Structure
|Consider how best to approach the course. Because you can navigate your way through the course freely, there is no requirement to complete one topic before visiting the next, you are at liberty to seek out the learning you want. However, there is a logic to the structure of the course, so unless you have a specific approach that suits you, I would suggest you work through the course in the way it is laid out. You must mark all pages complete to be awarded the certificate of completion.|
This course, introducing five educational taxonomies, has a logical structure. You are free to navigate your way through it. It’s a free-form course. You are not required to complete one topic or one lesson before you move on to the next. You can navigate your way through the course freely if you have got a particular need.
But there is a logic to the course structure. So, this is the course introduction. There is a substantial part of the course itself, which is the lesson entitled of ‘using educational taxonomies’ that has four topics within it. One deals with educational taxonomies, one with progressive taxonomies, one introducing five different domains and then looking at those in more detail.
There is then a lesson to bring things together, a course summary. And then there is a final assessment. It’s a relatively straightforward quiz that will trigger the issuing of your certificate. You do have to mark all individual topics as being completed to trigger that award.