Research Paper | Medical Science | Malaysia | Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020
Application of Lesson Plan towards Designing and Developing of a Module in a Blended Curriculum for Self-directed and Student Centred Learning Approach during COVID-19 Crisis
Shahid Hassan, Sivalingam Nalliah, Lim Kean Ghee, Marliana Binti Omar Bakhi, Aida Lina, Mohd Fadzil
Blended learning takes best of both face-to-face and online learning. combined with technology and readily be transferable to complete online delivery. This has become imperative in meeting the challenges of COVID-19 like pandemic enforced Movement Control Order (MCO). The conceptual module is a lesson plan developed as a short course (module) that combines the best features of traditional face-to-face (F2F) with online learning activities. The current approach provides a design framework and strategies for continuing teaching and learning experience without any interruption. The approach adopts an educational pedagogy that leverages on technology and provides interactive online teaching materials combined with traditional place-based classroom methods. Conceptualising assessment for learning is best applied in this module with formative assessment as test of prior knowledge. Continuing learning with self-assessment as visit to online virtual medical clinic (VMC) that enhances long term retention and potentials for lifelong learning. The objective is to meet the challenges of restrictions to F2F instructions with personalised online learning without interruption of curriculum delivery and to continuing teaching and learning with a personalised online learning experience. The Project is designed as hybrid instructional strategies that follows learning resources and determines leaning activities applied to Gagne’s 9 events to meet the learning outcome. Blended with in-person and remote instructional methodology, the module is transferable to complete online delivery. The module aims to give students control over time, pace, path and place of learning and self-assessment eliciting learner’s metacognitive skills. Lesson plan as a module can provide students to access and acquire knowledge and skills with values driven practice of their clinical education in a personalised learning environment at different levels of their training.
Keywords: Lesson plan as module, COVID-19, Instructional design, Gagne's 9 events, Personalised learning, Blended learning approach, Emergency remote and Online learning
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020
Pages: 1495 - 1500
How to Cite this Article?
Shahid Hassan, Sivalingam Nalliah, Lim Kean Ghee, Marliana Binti Omar Bakhi, Aida Lina, Mohd Fadzil, "Application of Lesson Plan towards Designing and Developing of a Module in a Blended Curriculum for Self-directed and Student Centred Learning Approach during COVID-19 Crisis", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR201126105154, Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020, 1495 - 1500
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