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What is an ILP? A tool that enables the learner to state their learning goals (commitment), document strengths & weaknesses, set targets to achieve their goals(s) & reflect on progress. The learners' learning coach or tutor(s) can also set targets & record outcomes of progress review conversations. An ILP IS a communication method between learners and teaching and support staff An ILP IS NOT a course planner or assessment tracking device
NMIT Targets 2011 will see 80% of full-time learners (levels 1-5) develop an individual learning plan (ILP). It is envisaged that learners will be assigned a Learning Coach with whom they will have regular learning conversations to review/update their ILP. NMIT is currently working on linking the ILP to our Management Information System and offering learner’s electronic access to take ownership of their plan.
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Roles & Controls Learner Teaching Staff Learning Coaches, Personal Tutors, Study Support Granular access & feature control via Module settings & role capabilities Course context User context Reports
Progress 1240 learners completed TEC literacy &/or numeracy assessments 21 tutors actively using online ILPs with their learners 482 learners have created targets &/or reflections 968 targets set, 133 progress reviews, 53 reflections
Issues General issues with staff perception of ILP’s Responsibilities/resourcing – a variety of models being adopted Student perceptions Reporting on “active ILP’s” Expectations of communication/change notification Integrating data from other areas of Moodle & other systems