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Ke Au Hou: Instructional Design for Online Hawaiian Language Course Module

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Title:Ke Au Hou: Instructional Design for Online Hawaiian Language Course Module
Authors:Lono, Kahealani
Contributors:Lin, Meng-Fe (instructor)
Keywords:Educational technology
Date Issued:09 May 2019
Abstract:As technology advances, computer assisted language learning has been made available in most languages and an increasing number of universities have been offering online language classes. Second language acquisition research has advanced as well and the use of certain technology tools can assist a student with acquiring a language and can blend very well with online language classes. This could contribute to a new way of acquiring a second language and as the popularity of online classes grow, more students are appreciating the benefits of online learning. With that being said, the purpose of this instructional design project is to develop and evaluate one complete module in the Canvas learning management system that will align to chapter 3 of the Ka Lei Haʻaheo Hawaiian language teaching textbook. This paper will speak to the instructional design of this course module and the module will later be evaluated to measure student satisfaction with aesthetics as well as content learning. Results of this measurement showed improvement from the pretest to the posttest as well as very good attitudinal results. This module will serve as a reference point for further modules needed to complete an entire Hawaiian 101 course.
Description:The purpose of this instructional design project was to investigate student satisfaction and to measure whether or not they learned the content so that this one complete module can possible serve as the exemplary module for all necessary modules of an entire Hawaiian language 101 online course.
Appears in Collections: LTEC 690, Spring 2019

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