What we seek to provide with these exemplar unit study e-guides
Teachers are busy people with a range of tasks every day.
In a way, it would be good to offer complete ‘off the peg’ e-guide for your syllabus.
Every school differs. Even year on year, classes on identical courses in the same school differ.
eLearning e-guides are most effective when ‘tailor-made’.
So what we have sought to do is to give ideas of what is possible and to offer
examples of use of Sempringham Study Centre resources, with added
content, to provide comprehensive specification unit e-guides.
The Sempringham Study Centre is a huge AS/A-focused resource
where the main elements in study are provided including:
topic articles [structured to foster understanding]
structured questions, answers and examiner comments
sources’ questions, answers and examiner comments
Our e-guides show how these resources can be integrated into an e-guide.
and … please don’t forget, from our introduction page:
Comments on unit e-guide creation for VLEs
Comments on good practice with e-guide/VLE provision
With e-guides in place you will be in a position develop the
eLearning model that the governments have promoted for some 15 years,
partly through Ofsted inspections,and take advantage of its benefits.
Please note our discussion on this.
RETURN TO HOME/Index PAGE - www.history-ontheweb.co.uk AND www.ehistory.org.uk
www.history-ontheweb.co.uk - Index I The Study Centre I e-new perspective I Students' study guide
Exam and study advice for AS/A Modern History I Topic guides I Core concepts I The world of sources
Guide to History degree course selection I History and theory I New texts from publishers I GCSE Resource bank
ehistory.org.uk - the Sempringham eLearning resources portal: access to online lectures, Study Centre, eLearning guides …