Exploit Blackboard fully Scaffolding- for assessment, knowledge and learning E-tivities- aligning & integrating learning activity & feedback Designing with the end in mind Design once, deliver many times 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU6 Head in the Cloud- feet on the ground
Carpe Diem & E-tivities : Situated Learning 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU10 " strongly supports constructive alignment...a focus on the learning outcomes, the teaching and learning methods appropriate to achieve those outcomes and the selection of appropriate assessment tasks... The storyboard process...shifts the focus away from course content and towards students’ learning outcomes." http://www.gillysalmon.com/blog
Carpe Diem & E-tivities Readiness to change 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU11 “ great outcomes in seeing staff change their minds about online teaching and get excited by the possibilities. Those staff have then gone on to champion other changes and engage other staff and this is where you can see the beginnings of culture change " JG http://www.gillysalmon.com/blog
Carpe Diem & E-tivities: Time & teams 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU12...an engaging workshop for a group of staff to design their units or courses...great benefits in bringing together the content experts, educational technologists and librarians...good outcomes in a short period of time. I think the sense of achievement that the teams feel at the end of two days is very powerful http://www.gillysalmon.com/blog
Knowledge specialists 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU13 http://www.gillysalmon.com/blog one of the library staff who attended... “Fascinating, rewarding… gave me an opportunity to spend time with and get to know academics I would not otherwise have met face to face”...speaks for us all. The two day process is one of creativity, innovation and high energy
The Academic View 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU14 http://www.gillysalmon.com/blog...what a great opportunity to reflect/review/restructure/focus the academic content of our disciplines Units and make the student experience vital and more engaging for students. I certainly recommend that we put all our Advertising Units in Communication through the same process. Thanks also to the extended team – learning technologists, librarians, researchers and representatives from Blackboard.
Level of education held by CD MOOC participants 14% 8% 78% Bachelor Degree Post Graduate Other 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU22
Completion Rates No. of Participants registered No. of participants started No. of Participants – earned all the badges No. of participants accessing course at the end 1426 1022 181 (17.3%) 335 (23%) 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU23
Social constructive environment in small groups leading to open badges Collaboration Information Sharing Knowledge Creation Application Online Activities 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU24
Mozilla Backpack Open Badges No license No Fee Free Staff and Student Support Import /export from institutional Blackboard Groups CourseSites by Blackboard Collaboration Mobile App 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU25
Tools used in the CD MOOC 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU26
More about the Carpe Diem MOOC www.gillysalmon.com/journal-articles 16/09/2014G. Salmon CDU27
Carpe Diem is based on original research by Prof Gilly Salmon at the Universities Glasgow Caledonian, Bournemouth and Anglia Ruskin. It was developed further at the Universities of Leicester, Southern Queensland, Northampton and Swinburne University of Technology. See E-tivities 2 nd Edition 2013 www.e-tivities.com Chapter 5 gives full details of Carpe Diem.www.e-tivities.com Web site for Carpe Diem, handbook and papers : www.gillysalmon.com/carpe-diem www.gillysalmon.com/carpe-diem 16/09/2014 G. Salmon CDU 37 Carpe Diem learning design
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