Open Resources for Built Environment Education (www.orbee.org ) Learning Design (A student perspective). Aled Williams BSc( Hons ) MSc PGCHE FCIOB FHEA MInstKT FRSA [email protected] Deputy Director (Construction, Property & Surveying)
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This section of the learning package requires learners to consider how they might start to apply the learning they have gained from the first section in practice.
Developing scenarios allows learners get to apply and contextualise their learning.
Scenarios can be relatively simple and test a straightforward understanding of a concept or principle or they can be complex, introducing a variety of contextual variants which test learning at a higher level.
What does it all add up to?
“.…in the learning co-operative you’re a commissioning partner; you’re a voice in saying actually there’s shared ownership in this and you can shape where we go…”
“…we’ll provide a curriculum to fit you and feed in relevant research through the co-operative…”