Talk:Learning and Teaching in Practice/Educational design theory/What is educational design?

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Thread titleRepliesLast modified
Removed portfolio activity004:02, 28 August 2013
Beginning paragraph and organisation of the page009:12, 7 July 2013
Comments002:15, 22 May 2013
Blended learning resources122:57, 19 May 2013

Removed portfolio activity

Removed this:



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Portfolio Activity

  • Reflect on:
  • Your existing involvement (if any) in curriculum design or learning design.
  • Potential situations where you may be involved. For example, are you likely to be changing how you teach to meet the strategic direction of the organisation?
  • How are the needs of your stakeholders likely to influence course or learning design - students, industry, teachers, the profession etc?
  • Record notes on these experiences and what further learning you think you might need to become an effective learning designer.
  • How will you achieve this?



Reason: essentially duplicated later in the topic, would have been repetitive

Pleft (talk)04:02, 28 August 2013

Beginning paragraph and organisation of the page

Paul I am thinking that this page needs an overview of educational design, then information about curriculum design and learning design, as I have done here. http://wikieducator.org/Constructing_Courses_to_Enhance_Learning/Design_Overview_module#What_is_educational_design.3F

Apart from that it is all good - I made a tweak to the Portfolio activity and some sentences. --Bronwynh 08:39, 7 July 2013 (UTC)

Bronwynh (talk)08:39, 7 July 2013
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Last edit: 02:15, 22 May 2013

This is shaping up well. If it is okay with you, I would like to just go through and make a few additions to give it more context in line with the OP directions, e.g., experiential learning, Maori Strategic framework, sustainability, open education - some of the strategic goals. I also have stuff about designing assessment that I can add.

I would also like to add the four-pronged learning design approach that we take: Content (resources), interactions/communication, activities (for engagement) and assessment. It is similar to Otara. What I am re-developing for CCEL could come in here.

I would like blended learning to come first as this is a strategic direction, then under that have the stuff about f2f and online.

I like the portfolio activity. I think we could also get them to think about their learners and who they have designed for and who they may potentially design for in the future. Also the factors in the organisation, e.g., strategic direction, that may lead to them being involved in learning design.

DONE (Pleft 02:15, 22 May 2013 (UTC))

Bronwyn Hegarty (talk)22:03, 16 May 2013

Blended learning resources

see if you like the stuff on this page: http://wikieducator.org/Flexible_Learning/What_is_Flexible_Learning%3F#Blended_Learning Have added the diagram already. --Bronwyn Hegarty 03:47, 17 May 2013 (UTC)

Bronwyn Hegarty (talk)03:47, 17 May 2013

Great!

Pleft (talk)22:57, 19 May 2013