Pedagogy Planning Tools Questions Review Meeting 4 March 2008 ‘A prototype pedagogic planning tool to guide practitioners working in post-16 and higher education in designing effective and pedagogically sound learning activities’ Comments and reflections Do these tools have the potential to: 1. Guide and support practitioners in developing effective designs which may include use of technology? 2. Support the full range of decision-making processes involved in pedagogic design? 3. Encourage reflection and professional learning? 4. Support evaluative processes which include reviewing learning designs from a learner perspective? 5. Enable practitioners to more clearly visualise and articulate their learning designs? 6. Help practitioners engage with each other in thinking about their practice, sharing learning designs? Pedagogy Planning Tools Questions Review Meeting 4 March 2008 7. Provide links to existing designs, case studies, exemplars, learning content etc at relevant points in the planning process, helping practitioners to build on work others have done? 8. Support more effective student learning experiences? 9. Provide opportunities for ownership and further development by the academic community as open source tools with associated resources? 10. Encourage central units in institutions to customise their own versions of the tools and link them to internal processes? 11. Provide more seamless collaboration across sectors building a more coherent approach to e-learning? 12. Stimulate demand for and use of existing digital libraries and repositories?
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