Apply phase 1 of the Ecology of Resource Design Framework to your project to help you identify:
- help (resources) that may be available to learners & your design.
- constraints (filters) on participants' interactions with resources.
- people and technology that may be able to guide learners and provide and remove help in ways that encouraging learning (More Able Partners MAPs).
- Look at the Ecology of Resources introduction cloud
- Look at How to develop an Ecology of Resources model phase 1 and look through some more examples.
- Use the eor phase 1 templates to consider potentially available resources in your project and create an initial EoR learner context model for your design challenge.
- Create a cloud called "[yourname]: eor phase 1" to display your EoR learner context models and related analysis you want to share (example). Add that cloud to this cloudscape and to your portfolio.
- Look out for other participants' clouds and provide feedback. Request feedback on your cloud.
- Re-read your initial scenario and consider revising it to make use of sources of help and acknowledge filters you have identified. What insights, if any, have you gained through phase 1 of the EoR framework? Add your thoughts to your cloud (or portfolio).
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Clouds in this Cloudscape
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- Participants' EOR phase 1 models
- [AK] EoR Phase 1 (3 comments)
- [Catherine] : EoR phase 1
- 1 EOR - Online Graphic Design (below HE level) (1 comment)
- 1 EOR: How to develop an Ecology of Resources model (2 comments)
- 1 EOR: Templates - Ecology of Resources, Phase 1
- EOR: Example uses of the Ecology of Resources Design Framework
- Introduction to the Ecology of Resources (1 comment)
- joshuau: eor phase 1 (2 comments)
- Marie Arndt: EoR Phase 1
- MOOC_workshop: eor phase 1
- Marie Arndt: EoR Phase 1
cloud added to the cloudscape 1 EOR: What help is potentially available in learners' contexts? by Marie Arndt on 6 February 2013
- EoR phase 1: learner context model for MOOC participant
new embedded content added to the cloud [Catherine] : EoR phase 1 by Catherine El-Bez on 22 January 2013
- "Hi Caroline, tell me about it! It can be very time-consuming. I think the thing, as with scenarios,...
added to joshuau: eor phase 1 by Joshua Underwood on 22 January 2013
- "Leslie, it was a good question and I was looking forward to answering :-(
For people looking for...
added to 1 EOR: How to develop an Ecology of Resources model by Joshua Underwood on 22 January 2013
- "Comment withdrawn. Apologies....
added to 1 EOR: How to develop an Ecology of Resources model by Leslie Jacobs Cowley on 21 January 2013
- "Hi Sancha, this looks like a great start for an EoR model of context. I'm not familiar with the...
added to 1 EOR - Online Graphic Design (below HE level) by Joshua Underwood on 20 January 2013
- "Would be great to hear where you & Inge take it - obviously in a course like this we can only...
added to [AK] EoR Phase 1 by Joshua Underwood on 20 January 2013
- "Thanks for the brainstorm :-)
This is quite rough and rudimentary, I admit, I gave myself a...
added to [AK] EoR Phase 1 by Apostolos Koutropoulos on 20 January 2013
- "I think you already identified important potential MAPs in your scenario. The instructor...
added to [AK] EoR Phase 1 by Joshua Underwood on 19 January 2013
- "Uao!! This is really great. I am reading this EoR and I liked it very much. It seems to me it is...
added to joshuau: eor phase 1 by caroline kuhn on 19 January 2013