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Technology enhanced curricula

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Technology enhanced curricula

  1. 1. Technology enhanced curricula Sarah Knight, Head of change: student experience and Lisa Gray, Senior co-design manager, Jisc 31/10/2017
  2. 2. Overview 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Background and context » Current project » How have fashions changed? » Activity and feedback » Next steps Session outline
  3. 3. Family history 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Design for Learning (D4L) Programme 2006-2008 » Curriculum Design Programme 2008-2012 » Curriculum Delivery Programme 2008-2010 » Assessment and Feedback Programme 2011 -2014 Jisc programmes View our learning design ‘family tree’ at: https://padlet.com/gillferrell/LDfamily_tree
  4. 4. Principles for designing technology enhanced curricula »What do my learners need to learn or what skills do they need to acquire to meet the learning outcomes for this lesson, course or module? »Design learning activities which consider learners’ preferences, the environment they will be learning in, the technologies and digital resources they have access to, who they will be interacting with for example, their peers, tutors and employers; and the intended learning outcomes. 10/09/2015 Moving from electronic management of assessment challenges to solutions
  5. 5. A model of learning design 10/09/2015 Moving from electronic management of assessment challenges to solutions (Jisc and Beetham, 2007)
  6. 6. 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design Over to you … What makes an effective learning design? Go to www.menti.com and use the code 50 51 01
  7. 7. 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design Thoughts from the experts group
  8. 8. Design and delivery 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Learner-centred approach » The curriculum is more fluid » Learning activities can allow for students producing different outcomes each time » Good design ensures that teaching can be adaptive and responsive to learner needs at any point Designing learning experiences
  9. 9. Assessment 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Central role of feedback » Need for shared understanding of how learner is progressing and what they need to do to improve » Analytics reveals issues such as ‘assessment bunching’ » Shared views avoid ‘assessment by stealth’ Assessment for learning
  10. 10. FE and skills assessment benchmarking tool 27/09/2017 » Benchmarking tool with a focus on assessment for FE and skills » Provides ‘good practice principles’ for assessment › Teaching practice and learner support › Management and administration » With examples at different levels from ‘first steps’ through ‘emerging’, ‘established’ to ‘enhanced’ » And templates to aid reflection and scoring » http://ji.sc/assessment-benchmarking
  11. 11. Employability and digital capability 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Digital capability is now one of the key employability skills » A new kind of digital professional equipped for the future world of work The digital employee “We need to be asking questions such as 'What does it mean to be a nurse?' Being a healthcare professional will mean something completely different in five years’ time. Increasingly nurses are becoming educators and showing people how to monitor their own health and respond to it.” Helen Beetham, educational consultant
  12. 12. Technology for Employability » Employability » New ‘toolkit’ now available distilling guidance from the study – available from the project page http://bit.ly/employabilityproject » Describing the ‘employable student’ in a digital age – setting digital capabilities within a broader employability framework » Embedding employability into programmes » 5 dimensions of technology for employability » Institutional support » FE and skills employability case studies & vignettes 12/10/2016 Student Experience Experts Group
  13. 13. Learning analytics 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Revealing patterns in design & in learner interactions » Driving enhancement-led review » No simple relationship with learner satisfaction but offers an informed approach » Gathering data from different institutional systems include estates » Find out more https://www.jisc.ac.uk/rd/projects/effective -learning-analytics Data informed design
  14. 14. Learning spaces 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Interactive lecture theatres » Active learning classrooms » Multi-discipline laboratories » Technology offers new possibilities to simulate work environments Active is everywhere
  15. 15. Learning design tools 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design » Less emphasis on sharing and reuse of designs » More focus on tools that stimulate design conversations » Team-based approaches » F2f supported by physical artefacts » Still need for strategic approach to staff development Changing the conversation
  16. 16. Learners’ as change agents »Learners are working in partnership with staff to drive curriculum innovation with technology »Learners are digital champions, ambassadors, mentors, digi- experts, co-designers, co- researchers… »Examples from Epping Forest College, Portsmouth College, Harlow College, Oaklands College, Blackburn, Procat Online guide available from: http://bit.ly/jisc-partnership Change agents’ network https://can.jiscinvolve.org 10/09/2015 Moving from electronic management of assessment challenges to solutions
  17. 17. An evolving model (1) 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design
  18. 18. An evolving model (2) 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design
  19. 19. An evolving model (3) »Activity – in your groups, consider the model for designing learning and assessment in a digital age: › What are the challenges you face in your context? › Share examples of what works well »Record these on post its and add them to the model 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design
  20. 20. Next steps » Designing learning and assessment in a digital age guidance launched in Dec 17 » Joining the pedagogies of learning design and learning analytics to develop our vision for data informed curriculum design » Staff development resources and workshops being developed in 2018 » Get in touch to share your examples of practice sarah.knight@jisc.ac.uk A new approach 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design
  21. 21. Supporting FE and Skills with their use of technology 12/10/2016 Student Experience Experts Group › The evolution of FELTAG: A glimpse at effective practice in UK FE and Skills › New Senior leaders think pieces › Over 50 case studies of practice Available from https://www.jisc.ac.uk/reports/ the-evolution-of-feltag
  22. 22. jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND Find out more… Contact Sarah Knight Senior Co-Design Manager, Student Experience sarah.knight@jisc.ac.uk 31/10/2017 Technology enhanced curricula: a decade of design

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