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Anne Whaits
CAO with a passion for innovative learning design; teaching & learning; interactive & transformative pedagogies and
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Exactly!
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Replying to @PSanden95
Is Learning not just learning regardless of mode? The interface may be different for online & offline learning but the principles of design surely remain the same - yes? How we facilitate or mediate learning in different interfaces may differ though - yes?
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Replying to @OpenNetLearn
A3 Learning design should not be about pushing content or information but rather about creating a path that students travel to make meaning and sense of new information to construct knowledge by engaging in self-paced activities AND through interaction with others.
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Replying to @alacre
Whahaha :) Love it!
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
There is always a story to the learning journey. It reflects all the activities aimed to engage the student(s) that your design incorporates in a scaffolded flow to achieve LOs. Can you map out the story of what your students will need to do as they engage?
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Replying to @jbezw
wonderful to see you here
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
We must remember that the learning design is for the STUDENT! The path the student takes through the course is the "learning journey" so to speak and our design principles need to keep this in mind ensuring that we encourage engagement with content and others.
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Lovely to draw on the experience of those who have gone before in the online learning design space.
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Replying to @OpenNetLearn
A1 A learning design framework to inform your journey and storyboard.
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Wonderful! Nice to see you here :)
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
PBL group 13! Who of you are here?
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Anne Whaits Nov 20
Replying to @alacre
Thanks ! PBL group 13 and I are looking forward to this discussion on design for online and blended learning
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Micro-Credential Observatory Nov 8
Many people still talking about ⁦⁩ reflective and thought-provoking final keynote where he engaged participants with nothing more than his words
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Mohsen Saadatmand Nov 7
closed by a "taste of Ireland" @DublinCityUni THANK YOU ALL!
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Anne Whaits Nov 7
Well done! A great rebuttal from the All Ireland team
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Sukaina Walji MA ODE Nov 7
Touches on some of the themes discussed at
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Dr. Catherine Cronin Nov 7
acknowledges the work of and others who are wrestling with & writing about some of the most important aspects of education: culture, meaning-making, be-ing & hope.
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Dara Cassidy Nov 7
Very thoughtful keynote by on ‘the narrative of meaning and hope’ in the ‘post-learning era’ and the need for teachers in navigating students through sense making, meaning making and hope giving
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Dalia Hanna Nov 7
Today’s keynote by on the implication of tech in education: “first identify roles in learning, what could be done by humans and what could be automated ..”
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