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David M. Kennedy, PhD 甘明德 博士 Director, Teaching and Learning Centre Associate Professor , CDS. Creating learning environments that are both teacher and student centred , simultaneously: Opportunities and issues. Outline. The context Outcomes-based approaches to T &L Learning design
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Director, Teaching and Learning Centre
Associate Professor , CDS
Biggs, J. B. (2003). Teaching for quality learning at university (2nd ed.). Buckingham: Open University Press.
Lots of opportunities
Disorganized, disparate, demanding
Learning tasks – Active authentic learning
real problems involving reflective processes
peer feedback, modeling and mentoring
Learning resources for blended learning
e + books, e + journals, e + media
using the tools to manage feedback, exemplars, rubricsLearning design I
Web 2.0 technologies in particular
Blogs – for reflective writing
Social networking – for communities of practice
Walls, Tagging, Forums
ePortfolios for more flexible assessment artifactsLearning design III
… when I started this module I thought the assessment was unfair … but, as I undertook the tasks I was reminded of how you always ask us to demonstrate our knowledge. Now I have completed the tasks, built my own learning platform, set up forums, added videos I now have the confidence to develop myself further. Thank you, PL
More engaging forms of assessment
More choice in the assessment possible
Better modeling of assessment requirements
Better evidence of reflective practice
Better use of media to illustrate complex ideas
(good teaching and course evaluations)
Some have argued that Web 1.0 environments are passé: Web 2.0 is where the action is! However, what may be more useful is to think of Web 1.0 and 2.0 applications as offering a raft of potential affordances and opportunities. Learning designs that incorporate an LMS/VLE to provide support for scaffolding, grouping and organising learning can be combined with Web 2.0 applications (e.g., for students to share, and collaborate) and ePortfolios. The synergy of these tools offers increased flexibility, manageability and more student-centred learning.
The presentation will examine an outcomes-based approach to learning design and how this may be supported by the synergy of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 applications.