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Rethinking ‘Rethinking Pedagogy” Rhona Sharpe Helen Beetham Many other authors
JISC Design for Learning Programme ( ) Design as a systematic approach contextualised practices a skillful, creative activity highly valued Design for learning learning activities, tools, resources, scenarios, patterns, disciplines.
Second edition (2007 – 2012) Course, curricula design Planning tools (LDSE, Compendium) Practitioner studies Open educational resources Learner engagement Futures?
Designing for learning in an uncertain future
Directorate of Human Resources Understanding design for learning Dr. Rhona Sharpe Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development.
This resource has been released by the University of Bath as an Open Educational Resource. The materials are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike.
Consultation for the HEA eL Research Observatory Dr. Rhona Sharpe Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development Team: Greg Benfield.
Supporting further and higher education e-Learning and Pedagogy overview Helen Beetham Programme Consultant.
Phoebe A wiki-based pedagogic planner to promote innovative practice in Design for Learning Liz Masterman Oxford University Computing Services with Marion.
Directorate of Human Resources Characterising the digitally literature learner Dr. Rhona Sharpe Oxford Brookes University
Developing our digital literacies: the imperative Dr. Rhona Sharpe Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development Changing the Learning Landscape, 29.
Designing Technology Enhanced Learning activities PGCAPP U6 Workshop 3 Geraldine Jones
Maria Tannant – Learning Technologist University for the Creative Arts Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone & Rochester.
Slide 1 What has changed …? Helen Beetham Gill Ferrell.
How are institutions creating and enabling opportunities that promote the development of effective learning in a digital age? Rhona Sharpe and Greg Benfield.
Design for learning – processes for active learning Robin Graham – Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology Martin Jenkins – University of Gloucestershire.
Supporting further and higher education Understanding my Learning Helen Beetham Programme Consultant.
Isobel Falconer & Allison Littlejohn Caledonian Academy, Glasgow Caledonian University JISC Design4Learning Programme MOD.
Supporting further and higher education the human domain ‘set the scene for pedagogy/ practitioner considerations’
Directorate of Human Resources Experiences of learning in a digital age Keynote, EdTech 2007, Dublin Dr. Rhona Sharpe Oxford Brookes University
Https://wiki.brookes.ac.uk/display/CDIs/ Course Design Intensives Rhona Sharpe & Greg Benfield Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development Oxford.
Dr, Elaine Swift, Digital Practice Manager, Centre for Professional Learning & Development, Nottingham Trent University Digital Practice – a framework.
"By digital literacy we mean those capabilities which fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society". Digital Literacy Introduction.
Engaging prison officers on a blended learning programme – problems, potentials and possibilities Fergus Timmons, IT Sligo.
Disrupt or co-opt? The role of a pedagogic planning tool in promoting effective design for learning Liz Masterman Oxford University Computing Services.
University of Derby PReSS – Digital Literacy What is Digital Literacy? There are many definitions of “Digital Literacy”. Most boil down to: “The ability.
Good practice in delivering functional skills Initial and diagnostic assessment Delivery by practitioner – functional skills need to be taught (‘You.
Directorate of Human Resources Learner experience of e-learning Rhona Sharpe Oxford Brookes University
Pedagogic Planning Tools and Effective Design for Learning Liz Masterman Oxford University Computing Services Marion Manton Department of Continuing Education,
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Mod4L: representing practice models Mod4L: Representing Practice Models By Dr Isobel falconer, Prof Allison Littlejohn, University.
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CREATING ACTIVE LEARNING MATERIAL FOR SCIENCE EDUCATORS OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Assist Prof. Dr. Meryem Nur AYDEDE Nigde University IV. Meeting Romanıa/Iasi.
Developing Digital Literacies in UK HE and FE work funded by the JISC Helen Beetham Programme synthesis consultant.
Supporting further and higher education Future Activities Sarah Knight Helen Beetham.
Building online support for HE teachers as digital innovators Diana Laurillard London Knowledge Lab Institute of Education OER in the disciplines 26 October.
Supporting further and higher education Effective Practice in e-learning Sarah Knight Programme Manager, JISC Development Group.
Joint Information Systems Committee 15/04/2014 | | Slide 1 Findings Rhona Sharpe, Oxford Brookes University.
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Meeting the needs of all learners Prof Rhona Sharpe, Oxford Brookes Unversity Bristol 25/02/15 #digitalstudent
Directorate of Human Resources Learning virtually Rhona Sharpe Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development Associate College Partnership 14 January.
CAA 2013: Closing address Dr Erica Morris - Academic Lead (Assessment and Feedback)
E-Learning in the Disciplines| slide 1 e-Learning in the Disciplines John Cook Centre Manager, Reusable Learning Objects CETL Helen Beetham Research Consultant,
Implementing successful e-portfolio-based learning Julie Hughes The University of Wolverhampton ESCalate.
Reflecting in & on their Learning Process Engaging Students in Reflecting in & on their Learning Process.
E-Learning in the Disciplines| slide 1 e-Learning in the Disciplines John Cook Centre Manager Reusable Learning Objects CETL Helen Beetham Research Consultant.
Learning Design Rachel Ellaway (ACETS) Learning Design Learning Design Ideas from Scotland and the North X4L John Casey (L2L)
Linking staff development to the college’s e-learning strategy.
Project Management Network for Excellence in Learning & Teaching PMnetwork for Excellence in Learning & Teaching Fifth Workshop Bournemouth University.
13 March 2011 SDM Skills Development CDM Learning Management System Global access to learning & capacity development for CDM stakeholders.
Richard Noss Co-director: London Knowledge Lab Institute of Education, University of London Director: UK Technology-enhanced Learning (Teaching and Learning.
Joint Information Systems Committee 5/16/2014 | | Slide 1 e-Learning session: agenda Craig Wentworth, Development Director, JISC – Overview of the e-Learning.
Role of Universities for Economic Development in Urban Poles Chris Wilson, RUnUP Project Manager Thematic Network Event, Águeda, Portugal 24 th June 2009.
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