New course design for Reflective learning
Our second Webinar explores another of our Frontier themes for the FELTAG Movement: ‘New course design for Reflective learning’.
The Webinar is presented by Daniel Scott, lately of Barnsley College and now working as an E-Learning Developer at 5M Publishing.
He will explore ideas and thinking around how e-learning design is now able to incorporate more reflection into courses as a means of learning, demonstrating achievements and characterising attributes.
Dan will lead a ‘walk and talk’ webinar, exploring ideas on how reflection can be utilised more in online course design, drawing on his own experience as an expert in e-learning both in a college setting and in the commercial world.
He will be looking in particular at two questions:
How do we increase learner responsibility for what they learn and what they want to learn next?
How might we design e-learning to enable this to happen?
This webinar touches on another of our frontier themes, teaching the skills of self-employment, as we think about increasing the ability of all to self-manage learning and plot unique journeys through the learning each of us needs to support personal development.
For more information on the FELTAG SIG see https://www.alt.ac.uk/about-alt/special-interest-and-members-groups/feltag-sig
A RECORDING of the webinar is now available.