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Representing and Supporting Curriculum Design at Task, Module and Programme Levels. Cluster C project teams from the Curriculum Design Programme: Open University University of Ulster University of Strathclyde & Peter Bullen – Critical Friend (University of Hertfordshire).

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representing and supporting curriculum design at task module and programme levels
Representing and Supporting Curriculum Design at Task, Module and Programme Levels

Cluster C project teams from the

Curriculum Design Programme:

Open University

University of Ulster

University of Strathclyde

&

Peter Bullen – Critical Friend (University of Hertfordshire)

JISC Learning and Teaching Practice Experts Group Meeting, 21st October 2009

objectives of this session
Objectives of this session
  • To gain an overview of the work of the three projects
  • To stimulate dialogue about curriculum design and representations of designs
  • To consider the challenges of developing curriculum design ‘tools’, ‘support’ and ‘alignment with other processes’, that will be beneficial to all stakeholders
  • To enable participants to consider how this work can be transferred into their contexts
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3 Themes or Clusters:

Cluster C

www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/curriculum

jisc curriculum design cluster c institutional learning design pedagogical approaches

Considering design at different levels:

- task

- module

- programme

Mapping existing processes:

- Formal and ‘informal’

JISC Curriculum Design – Cluster CInstitutional Learning Design (“pedagogical approaches”)

  • Developing, trialling and evaluating tools and processes to support:
  • Ideas generation
  • Production and analysis of designs – including different representations of designs for different users
  • Staff to use the tools
  • Sharing designs and their re-use
  • Engaging the community

OULDI –Open University Learning Design Initiative

Viewpoints - University of Ulster

PiP(Principles in Patterns) University of Strathclyde

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OULDI – Open University learning Design Initiative

Project Lead: Gráinne Conole

Simon Cross, Rebecca Galley, Paul Clark and Paul Mundin

Part of a broader learning design project at the OU

Objectives

Understand curriculum design process

Pilot learning design support and guidance

Build and enhance online communities

Promote exchange of learning and teaching ideas

Develop learning design tools and visualisations

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Principles in Patterns (PiP)

University of Strathclyde

Project Directors: Diane McDonald

David Nicol

Project Manager: Catherine Owen

Technical Manager: Jim Everett

Analyst: Donna Cullen

The curriculum design and approval process at the University of Strathclyde is characterised by distinctive, faculty-led approaches that feed into the institution at key approval points. 

Our project is using technology to streamline these processes and to enhance the support the institution provides to the academic and administrative staff translating university aspirations into high quality programmes. 

At the heart of this project is the desire to create more effective communication about what is important about the educational experience at our institution.

www.principlesinpatterns.ac.uk

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Project Director: Alan Masson

Project Administrator: Sharon Hayes

Instructional Technologists: Fiona Doherty, Karen Virapen

Senior Systems Developer: James Gheel

Academic e-Learning Consultants: Damien McConville, Catherine O’Donnell

At Viewpoints, we believe that learners should be at the heart of teaching and learning.

With this in mind, we are creating a series of simple, user-friendly reflective tools for staff, promoting and enhancing good curriculum design.

Our services aim to simplify the course design process, encouraging staff to think about course development from the student perspective.

http://viewpointsproject.blogspot.com

session activities
Session - activities
  • Introduction (5 min)
  • Engaging with Posters by adding comments/questions (15 min):

Task: Please provide one comment/question on one challenge per poster (5 min/poster).

Supplementary task: Add other questions/comments as time permits.

session activities continued
Session – activities (continued)
  • In depth discussion with one of the teams, around their poster (15 min)
  • In depth discussion with one of the other teams, around their poster (15 min)
  • Plenary – discussion and summary (10 min)