Talk:Learning and Teaching in Practice/Educational design theory/Learning design roles
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this page is signed off and ready to go. --Bronwynh 09:32, 7 July 2013 (UTC)
Just made a few tweaks.
- Removed this sentence as OP had several projects with such a team, and may do again: In general, these sorts of teams are not found in NZ educational institutions as they rarely undertake such complex (and expensive!) projects.
Last edit: 15:18, 22 May 2013
addition here: Although one person may be charged with designing and developing a new curriculum, good practice relies on significant collaboration and consultation. The designer should be seen as part of a wider team. This means that all interested parties (the stakeholders) are more likely to be included in the process, potentially leading to a final product that is acceptable to them. So who are the likely stakeholders in your professional situation?
some further additions in italics - we have no such thing as a blended-learning specialist or educational designers with these specific roles any more, they are tasked predominantly with putting stuff online. :(
DONE - Pleft 02:18, 22 May 2013 (UTC)