Develop learning activities/assignments
Learning activities are designed for each module in the course. They provide opportunities for the learners to immediately apply new knowledge that they gained from the learning. You can identify which activities are required for each module. Points to keep in mind when planning learning activities include:
It is important to make sure that a learning activity/assignment addresses one or more than one learning outcomes of the module. If an important activity does not relate to a module learning outcome, consider writing an additional learning outcome.
Take into consideration the tools, methods that can be used and can be combined in learning activities.
Give clear and appropriate instructions.
For every activity/assignment you must write: 1) an overview; 2) students instructions and 3) explanation. The overview refers to the content of the activity/assignment, the length, the date of completion and what it includes. The activity/assignment – student instruction refers to a more detailed description of the activity/assignment and what must be done. Last, the explanation shows the meaning of the activity/assignment.