Presentation on theme: "The 2 nd International Learning Design Challenge will begin at 13.00 UTC/GMT Professor Diana LaurillardDr. Patricia Charlton."— Presentation transcript:
http://www.coursesites.com/s/_LDC The 2 nd International Learning Design Challenge will begin at 13.00 UTC/GMT Professor Diana LaurillardDr. Patricia Charlton Dr. Eileen Kennedy Joanna Wild Dionisis Dimakopoulos #LDChallenge
Welcome and introductions to the team Summary of the results of the 1st Challenge week Reflections on the review process - views from participants The design, submit, and review process - a brief recap Example reviews from the Learning Designer: http://web.lkldev.ioe.ac.uk/LD/ How to keep in touch during the week: Q & A discussion forum on Coursesites email to firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com Twitter @LDtool or #LDChallenge 2 nd Challenge Agenda Day 1
1 st Challenge Selected outcomes 60 new designs created 40 designs reviewed Time spent by participants on Challenge activities
Challenge process - good to focus on one tool - fast and dynamic pace with daily activities - one-week duration - live sessions as well as recordings LD tool Browser – being able to share designs rapidly Designer – pie chart; categories of learning types; estimating time Reviewing – giving feedback; receiving feedback Good points
Challenge process - shorter live sessions - meet the community - summarise main points - include a weekend - focus on one central point with links… LD tool Browser - tagging system to search topic, level, context, outcome Designer – provide for collaborative design Reviewing – provide for conversation between author and reviewer - assign reviewers Suggestions for improvements
Data from the 1 st Learning Design Challenge, Feb 2014 I developed new ideas and had valuable insights about my teaching practice which were prompted by… N = 47 Could it change teaching practice?
Data from the 1 st Learning Design Challenge, Feb 2014 I developed new ideas and had valuable insights about my teaching practice which were prompted by… N = 47 It's quite disappointing if you work on your LD, then try hard to do good review for someone else, and no- one is reviewing yours. Many were not reviewed Could it change teaching practice?
Reflections on the review process Valuable process What I like the most is feedback I've received - it was totally new for me to have really external review. I like also the process of giving feedback. It took me 3 hours but I've taken into consideration so many things and criteria provided on the course - I've learnt a lot! Getting feedback from peers, helping me over organisational blindness Lack of collaborative editing of learning designs the tool should promote collaborative editing... We found we discussed and negotiated many issues in the final presentation and in some reviews. Collaborative editing could help the teachers to work directly together in adjusting a group-design Lack of place for interaction between the author and the reviewer We switched to email… doing the review of another design it is also important to have the opportunity to exchange with the other participant, and then reflect together.
Recap: Design – Submit – Review Design Use the Browser to select an existing design View it in the Designer to decide if you want to use it If so, click on Edit, and change whatever parts of it you need to OR Go straight to the Designer to create your own Submit In the Designer, click on Share (save url) Go to Browser – Personal space – My designs Scroll down to new design and click (tick appears on the right) Click on the bookmark at the top to place it in your public space folder Click on My submissions for the challenge and click Add Review In the Browser click on Designs not reviewed yet – Priority for review Click on one and in the Designer Turn editing on Add TLA and use this to give comments in terms of the criteria Share your Review in the same was as submitting a design, but to My reviews