Learning and assessment design practice for online/blended delivery is experiencing massive growth across the HE sector. This session will cover four phases. The first phase will introduce the CoDesignS Learning Design Framework via a Webinar. The CoDesignS framework is a pedagogic method for designing and developing online and blended learning activities through design, and prototyping ideas with academics, course developers and learning designers in an experiential way.
The pedagogic composition of this framework is based on the CoDesignS Framework developed at the University of Liverpool and the Blended Learning Design Framework (BLEnDT©) developed at Imperial College London (Toro-Troconis & Aleksiev, 2018; Toro-Troconis et al, 2016; Toro-Troconis, 2015; Morton et al, 2016).
The second phase will be a practical activity in which participants will share their designs based on two specific learning outcomes following the CoDesignS framework. This second activity will be supported and delivered by an online collaborative tool.
The third phase will consolidate and discuss the designs suggested in a Webinar format and the final phase will present the Learning Design Bootcamp Call 2018-19.
Toro-Troconis, M., Aleksiev, A. (2018), ‘Does Learning Design have an effect on student performance? – Aligning Learning Design with Learning Analytics‘. In Proceedings of the Association for Learning Technology Annual Conference 2018 (ALT-C 2018), Manchester University, UK, 11-13 September.
Morton, C., Saleh, S., Smith, S., Hemani, A., Ameen, A., Bennie, T., Toro-Troconis (2016), ‘Blended Learning: how can we optimise undergraduate student engagement?’. BMC Medical Education Journal.; 16:195. DOI: 10.1186/s12909-016-0716-z
Toro-Troconis, M., Bridson, JM., Halawa, A., Prescot, D., Edwards, S. (2016), ‘Course Design Sprint (CoDesignS) Framework’. In Proceedings of the Association for Learning Technology Annual Conference 2016 (ALT-C 2016), Coventry University, UK, 6-8 September.
Toro-Troconis, M. (2015), ‘Why we should pay more attention to E-learning’. Journal of Health Specialties; 3:191-7
 CoDesignS: https://codesignssite.wordpress.com/
 BLEnDT: https://bit.ly/2P63X8D
 Learning Design Bootcamp Call 2018-19: https://learningdesignbootcamp.wordpress.com/call-for-proposals/
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