This page was used to brainstorm Template:ContentInfobox; please see that page now.
- 1 Subject
- 2 Topic
- 3 Authors
- 4 Concepts covered
- 5 Intended age of learner
- 6 Audience
- 7 Time (Learning hours)
- 8 Key Learning Objective
- 9 Status (draft/final)
- 10 Learning Area
- 11 Skills/process (from Blooms Taxonomy)
- 12 Sector
- 13 To Do / Notes
- 14 Dublin Core
Intended age of learner
- Could be a range, eg 12 to 14 years
- User Level
Time (Learning hours)
Key Learning Objective
- date (of status)
- Study of Society and Environment
- Health and Physical Education
Arts - Dance, Drama, Media, Music, Visual arts
Mathematics - Algebra, Chance and data, Measurement, Number, Space, Working mathematically
Science - Life and living, Natural and processed materials, Earth and beyond, Energy and change, Working scientifically
Study of Society and Environment - Culture, Investigation, communication and participation, Place and space, Resources, Time, continuity and change, Natural and social systems, Civics and citizenship
Health and Physical Education - Health of individuals and populations, Human development, Human movement, Human relations, People and food, Physical activity and the community, Safety
English - Reading and viewing, Speaking and listening
Languages - Oral interaction, Reading and responding, Writing, Understanding culture, Understanding language
Technology - Designing, making and appraising, Information, Materials, Systems
Skills/process (from Blooms Taxonomy)
(: I was actually going to swap it out for this one: http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom's+Digital+Taxonomy but it's all a bit of overkill perhaps. I think what i'm trying to get at in the Skills/concepts label is something that describes the learning skills and learning outcomes that are supported by the learning content, and the taxonomy provides a kind of vocabulary for that. What do you think? brent 01:32, 9 January 2008 (CET) ps. LQT on this page seems to be broken, i can't reply there, so replying here.)
- I think there are two alternatives. As named attribute -- keep the taxonomy optional i.e. use it if it works for you. Alternatively to use a simplified performance typology like that used in component display theory (http://coe.sdsu.edu/edtec544/Modules/8-CDT_ClassifyingOutcomes/c/connect.htm ) -- so that simplifies things by having only three types of performance (1) Remember (i.e. knowledge & comprehension) (2) Apply (3) Find. Despite the extensive criticism of Bloom -- it is well known in educational circles. My gut feel is to keep it as an optional field --Wayne Mackintosh 03:17, 9 January 2008 (CET)
- Vocational education and training
To Do / Notes
Set surrounding div to display:none in common.css so that print version doesn't display.
Implement an infobox based on EdNA Metadata Standard v1.1. Could actually write this with real DC identifiers in the HTML so could possibly be parsed & read by a program. Would go some way towards solidifying the main category system.
would be the URL (hidden)
Could suggest a range of subjects or leave up to author.
defaults to WikiEducator (hidden)
not sure how this applies in wiki environment
use Element Refinement: Modified and grab from History if possible.
- online project
- training package
defaults to "wiki" (hidden)
leave blank (hidden)
default to license (hidden)
leave blank (hidden)
An entity responsible for making contributions to the content of the resource. is. was resource donated by an organisation.
A reference to a resource from which the present resource is derived.
- vocational education and training
- higher education
- adult and community education
- community member
(: mmm ... I like the idea of Dublin core especially the idea of embedding this in the actual html. We may want to add one or two custom fields like intended age of the learner and notional learning hours of the resource. --Wayne Mackintosh 01:49, 10 January 2008 (CET))
page off of my page