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TELedvisors webinar: Visual approaches to learning design and curriculum mapping at different scales
30 September 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST
“Getting the whole picture – visual approaches to learning design and curriculum mapping at different scales” is a joint presentation of the ASCILITE Learning Design SIG and TELedvisors SIG. It is also part of a TELedvisor series on working across teams, and looks at some of the tools that teams use for planning and sharing curriculum designs and learning designs.
Up first are Drs Dewa Wardak and Andrew Cram are Lecturers in Educational Development with the Business Co-Design team and have recently been discussing and sharing visual approaches with their group in the University of Sydney Business School. They will show us some of their work in different projects. Spoiler alert: unlike the QA process for unit development, “design approaches tend to be customised to each unit”, they say.
Dewa and Andrew will be followed by Michelle Riggs who is new to learning design and to the Australian Institute of Business, Adelaide, where she is an educational designer. She’s also new to research. When she took on the design of a new unit in the research program, she wanted to get a clearer picture of the unit’s place in the research candidate’s journey. She’s adapted her team’s approach to unit and module design to explore visual representations at a program level, using a simple online planning tool.
Our final presenter will be Mitchell Osmond who is an experienced trainer of teaching and learning, with over 10 years spent coaching and facilitating workplace learning in the higher education sector. As the Teaching & Learning Manager in the UTS Business School, he is primarily focused on driving innovation within curriculum, subjects and assessments. His team in the Business School use a range of visualisations in the process of assuring student learning, from mapping the scaffolding of learning outcomes across the curriculum, to visualising student outcome data for continuous improvement processes.
We’ll see how each workplace shares their designs across their teams then open the floor for questions and comments.
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