The goal of the digital learning approaches workshop is to collaboratively develop and document a set of agreed digital learning delivery and design approaches that will be used to guide teaching for a course, discipline, or teaching program.
The workshop has been designed to be undertaken collaboratively with teaching team members from your course, discipline, or teaching program. The digital learning guidelines have been used as a framework to pose a series of guiding questions to generate conversation with the team. A template will be provided for the team to document the agreed approach following discussion.
At the beginning of the workshop teams are encouraged to answer some broad, overarching questions. For example, what are the digital learning goals – fully online, some online availabilities, an increase/improvement in use of digital learning tools, or something else.
Finally – at the end of the workshop are some prompting questions to guide how, as a team you will use this document, adjust over time, and brief new members.
This workshop works well as a standalone workshop or as part of the curriculum design accelerator series:
And can lead to more focused and targeted FLO-based workshops depending on needs of the teaching team.
The main aims of this workshop are for participants to work collaboratively to develop and document a set of agreed digital learning delivery and design approaches that will be used to guide teaching for a course, discipline, or teaching program.
The intended learning outcomes are:
If you are interested in arranging a digital learning approaches workshop with your teaching team, please contact the learning designer in your College.