The Technology-Enabled Learning Activity Planning Document is an example of one way to map out the planning process, but you might want to develop your own planning notes based on your preferences.

To do:

  1. Complete the Technology-Enabled Learning Activity Planning Document
    • To use the document template, go into the menu on the Google document and make a copyof the file to save in your Google Drive OR
    • Select Download to save it as a file on your computer. Rename the file and complete the template.
  2. Try to estimate the time it will take for you to complete the tasks that are applicable to your prototype. You may not need to do some of the tasks depending on what your prototype will require or, if you will need to do something that isn’t in this list, add it and budget your time.
  3. Submit a shareable link or upload your file in your response to the Prototype Planning activity.
  4. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form.

This activity is part of the Prototype section of the Technologist Module.

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147 Responses for this Activity

  • Prototype activity
    by Victoria Jackson (@victoriaj)

    Prototype activity is attached.

  • Planning for virtual scrum check-ins
    by Mark Shannelly (@mshannelly)

    I have attached the link to a Google Doc with my prototype planning document. This is an experiment that I am conducting right now, and so far so good!

  • Video-series
    by Mary Chaktsiris (@mchaktsi)

    Video series idea.

  • Prototype Planning
    by Ramandeep Kaur (@Raman)

    I have attached the document for Zoom meetings.

  • ‘Zooming in’ on Alternatives to Online Discussion Forums
    by Miranda Mckenzie (@mx_mckenzie)

    Included is a link to the Google Docs with the project planning.

  • Zoom parallel meetings
    by Adam Langridge (@alangridge)

    Please find the document outlining use of parallel Zoom sessions to help with attendance issues.

  • Prototype Planning Activity
    by Susan (@Susan Wilks)

    I am not currently teaching a course, but am heavily invested in assisting staff in developing their knowledge, skills and self-confidence.  The task I chose for this activity was to assist staff in becoming confident and independent users of our new document management system.  This can be an area of frustration for some, and can more… »

  • Creating a podcast research output
    by Jen Booth (@jen.booth)

    To address my challenge, I need to create a podcast sample that students can refer to as an exemplar.

  • Keep Calm and Plan On
    by Stephanie Ferguson (@stpark)

    Time tracking has admittedly never been my strong suit as I tend to learn best by just jumping in and experimenting with the actual building of things. The planning mostly happens in my head and the time tracker up there isn’t always trackable. 😀 So I’m not sure how accurate my timing breakdown is with more… »

  • Prototype Planning
    by Roberta Wyder (@rwyder)

    I stuck with ProQuest Library for this project – it might be a stretch, but seeing other perspectives about ideas, or seeing ideas described in multiple ways (through different – sometimes silenced – voices) has been so helpful in learning language and philosophies specific to the field of Early Childhood Education. The template provided was more… »

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