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UXA2022 Day 2; Justin Cheong - Design principles for online learning

UXA2022 Day 2; Justin Cheong - Design principles for online learning

Have you ever had to design training for an online audience? You probably had a few questions. What’s the optimal lesson length? Should it be delivered live, or pre-recorded to enable self-paced learning? How can you maximise for social learning?

In 2020, Justin created an online cohort course that teaches visual thinking to designers around the world. In doing so, he tried his best to answer the above questions. Through this case study, Justin shares some strategies and best practices for online training, including principles of ‘New Learning’ pioneered by Mary Kalantzis and Bill Cope

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August 26, 2022
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  1. Design principles
    for online learning
    JUSTIN CHEONG, FOUNDER @ VISUAL ACADEMY

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  2. Visual Academy

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  3. ‘Flipped’ classroom
    Traditional
    Source: UNSW Business School

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  4. e-learning ecologies
    by Bill Cope and Mary Kalantzis
    • Principles for New learning
    • Book & Coursera

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  5. Metaphors

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  6. Learning as
    downloading
    Classrooms
    and libraries
    Metaphors

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  7. Learning as
    downloading
    Classrooms
    and libraries
    Metaphors

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  10. Outcome

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  14. Outcome

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  17. Outcome

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  19. Mimetic learning
    Social learning
    Kinaesthetic
    Videos
    Books
    Articles
    Interviews
    1:1 video calls
    Live 

    group calls Conceptual
    Visuospatial
    Attention
    Diagrams
    Online chat
    Fun
    Verbal

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  20. ‘Choose your own adventure’

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  21. Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’

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  22. Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’

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  23. 5 minutes
    + exercise
    Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’

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  24. 5 minutes
    + exercise
    Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’

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  25. 5 minutes
    + exercise
    Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’

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  26. 5 minutes
    + exercise
    Live

    learner
    Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’

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  27. 5 minutes
    + exercise
    Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’
    Live

    learner

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  28. 20 minutes
    5 minutes
    + exercise
    exercise
    Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’
    Live

    learner

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  29. Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’
    Live

    learner

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  30. Self-paced
    learner
    ‘Choose your own adventure’
    Live

    learner

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  31. Outcome

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  32. Outcome

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  33. Forums
    Online chat Group calls
    Project boards Breakout rooms
    Collaboration boards
    Outcome

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  34. Outcome

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  35. Outcome

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  36. Outcome
    Learning as downloading

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  37. Learning as
    downloading
    Classrooms
    and libraries
    Metaphors

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  38. Learning as
    downloading
    Classrooms
    and libraries
    Metaphors

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  39. Classroom Library

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  40. Classroom Library

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  41. Classroom Library

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  42. University

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  43. Classroom Library

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  44. The internet
    Classroom

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  45. The
    internet

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  46. The
    internet

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  49. Less of:
    • Completeness of knowledge
    More of:
    • Facilitating interactions and feedback
    • Demonstrating resourcefulness
    • Designing/curating the experience

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  50. Eduflow
    Eduflow

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  51. The
    internet
    Classroom
    Classroom

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  52. Learning as
    downloading
    Metaphors
    Classrooms
    and libraries

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  53. Yes, the training has been relevant and/or
    useful
    “Since completing Visual Thinking for Human-
    Centered Design, I've changed my approach to
    slide decks for stakeholder presentations. My
    decks used to be incredibly wordy, but now I use
    more visuals and illustrations to tell a 

    persuasive story.”
    Yes, the training has been relevant and/or
    useful
    “Now I use storyboarding for planning
    presentations/workshops. I also use mapping for
    taking notes and trying to incorporate visuals to
    support process mapping.”

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  54. Somewhat. The training has been
    somewhat relevant and/or useful
    “Probably the most important thing that I
    got from the course was that I needed to
    keep practising. Which I have sort of
    done but maybe not as much as I should
    have!”
    Somewhat. The training has been
    somewhat relevant and/or useful
    “Given me the confidence that I can
    doodle if I need to. Have not been
    practicing much of late.”

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  55. Thank you!

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