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Curriculum Design through Technology Enhanced Learning. Christine Davies,. JISC Building Capacity Project. Trevor Price Steve Woodward Christine Davies. Project Aims. To remove barriers to engaging with technology

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jisc building capacity project
JISC Building Capacity Project

Trevor Price

Steve Woodward

Christine Davies

project aims
Project Aims
  • To remove barriers to engaging with technology
  • To build on existing TEL team initiatives to facilitate ongoing, sustainable use of technology within faculties
  • To promote technology as an agent for curriculum design and enrichment
the curriculum represents the expression of educational ideas in practice
The curriculum represents the expression of educational ideas in practice

A curriculum has 4 key elements:

Content

Teaching & learning

Assessment

Evaluation

The process of defining and organising these is curriculum design

The planned curriculum

What is planned by the designers

The delivered curriculum

What is taught

What is organised

building our capacity

The experienced curriculum

What is learned by the students

technology enhanced learning survey
Technology-Enhanced Learning Survey
  • Reasonable knowledge of Blackboard, particularly re. assessment
  • Limited awareness of other technology, and how/why TEL could help learners and teaching practice
  • Some training needs: one to-one training/support preferred
classroom technologies
Classroom technologies

A classroom needs to be . . .

Enterprising – capable of supporting different purposes

Creative – to energise & inspire

Flexible – accommodate current & new pedagogies

Supportive – develop potential of learners

Bold – go beyond the usual technologies & pedagogies

Future-proofed – enable space to be re-allocated/reconfigured

Designing Spaces for Effective Learning: A guide to 21st century learning space design, www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/publications/learningspaces.pdf.

meetings for tel leaders and users
Meetings for TEL Leaders and Users
  • To share ideas and good practice
  • To provide mutual support
  • To discuss ways of supporting colleagues
one to one interviews with academic staff
One to one interviews with academic staff
  • Appreciative inquiry, recognising expertise
  • Discourse & dialogue
  • Opportunities to integrate technology into the curriculum
technology the learner
Technology & the Learner
  • Caters for different learning styles & preferences
  • Eg. VAK (Fleming); Introverted/Extroverted (Myers-Briggs)

More accessible & inclusive

Options for interactivity, communication, collaboration, productivity

Any time, any place, any pace- learning & assessment

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There is a lot more out there!
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