At this point, you would have already gotten feedback on your Playlist Gift prototypes. Congratulations! You’re almost done with this project. Now it’s time to make revisions.
As we said in the last module, you don’t have to accept every single bit of feedback you receive. So how do you decide which feedback to implement? Here are two questions you can ask yourself:
|Credible||The resources should all have credible sources.|
|Meaningfully arranged||The playlist should be aligned to a learning outcome. The playlist should also have a logical flow (e.g. chronological, expository, general to specific)|
|Substantial amount||The playlist should have at least 7 resources|
|User-friendly||The playlist should have clear navigation, headers, and page structures.|
|Fit for the learners’ context||The playlist should use appropriate technologies, modalities, and formats for the target learners.|
|Demonstrates good multimedia learning and EdTech fundamentals||The playlist resources should practice concepts such as Cognitive Multimedia Learning, SAMR, User Experience Design, and the like.|
|Sound pedagogy||The playlist should apply basic learning theories in the arrangement and content choices.|
Go back to your Playlist Gifts worksheets and look for the Making Revisions section. Make a note of all the changes you’ll be making to your playlist based on the feedback you received and then…make your revisions!
Put a link to your final playlist on the next page and tell us more about how you made it! Who is your learner? What did you want to achieve? What makes this Playlist Gift perfect for your chosen learner?