Today's lecture was conducted by Dr. Roseni where she taught us about Media Evaluation Process. There are 5 important components in Media Evaluation Process which are Content, Theory, Strategy, Pedagogy and Value. These are the components that need to be measured before developing a meaningful media process.
In developing media process, there are few process that need to take into consideration such as active (manipulation and observation), constructive (articulation and reflective), cooperative (collaborative and conventional), authentic (complex and contextual) and aim (reflective and formative).
Authentic learning is an instructional approach that allows students to explore, discuss, and meaningfully construct concepts and relationships in contexts that involve real-world problems and projects that are relevant to the learner. One component of authentic learning is that it targets a real problem and that students’ engagement holds the possibility of having an impact outside the classroom.
Constructive learning is the involvement of students' engagement in constructing new and original knowledge for the purposes of critics, sharing and comments and be valued.