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Learning design is just that: design. Select methods for required outputs and leave the rest of the toolkit/tricks/toys for another project.

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  • Great designs photos taken from Wikimedia. Second photo is Chatsworth House. Need to chase sources for credits.
  • This design also links to solving a time problem that we’ll come to later
  • Learning Design Framework
  • Learning design to section
  • Housekeeping includes school run times, salaah
  • Motivation in different forms
  • Learning design exeter2014

    1. 1. Hints and Tips Gillian Palmer, FBILD
    2. 2. 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd Interiors Design Magazine via Lynne Hand‟s blog 2012
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    7. 7.  Syllabus?  Dates?  Budget?  Team?  Last course material?  ? 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
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    9. 9. Initial idea Evaluate Deliver Test Refine proposal Develop Rough idea Identif y authority structure Link to QA sy stems Aims and learning objectiv es Def ine learners Content specif ication Learning modes Locations Timescales Costs Stage 1 Learning objectiv es Activ ity structure Assessment structure Content Stage 2 Phy sical product Brief ing documents Pre-course material Course Assessments Post-course Interv iews Forms Meeting CommunicateControls Customer quality processes Supplier quality processes CONTRACT Customer Supplier Finance Designers HR/Managers Marketing Designers Content specialists Media specialists Deliv ery specialists IS/IT Finance Pilot learner group Managers Deliv erers IS/IT Designers Administration IS/IT Deliv erers Learners Learners Managers Deliv erers Finance Marketing HR Operations Sign off Yes No Sign off Sign off Sign off Yes No 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
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    11. 11. Learners Managers Technology Content Time Rights 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    12. 12.  0900  Housekeeping  Outline the objectives  Start the subject  People drift in  Greet late arrivals and recap for them 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    13. 13.  Set time clearly e.g. 0845 for 0850 start  Disrupt the „here again‟ feeling  Echo pre-gathered expectations ◦ coursework ◦ housekeeping 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
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    15. 15. Plan for it – proportionately • Expectations (pre-course) • Sanctions (contract stage) • Extension activities (they use the time) • Fresh air! 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    16. 16.  Used for: ◦ Office work ◦ Over-running course items ◦ Medication – and food ◦ Personal phone/media 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    17. 17. “It‟s a 4 day course but only 12hours in the classroom – a waste of time!” 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
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    19. 19.  Wrong sort  Not available  It breaks  Staff/learners cannot use it 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    20. 20. + + 1 2 3 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    21. 21. Three main sorts: 1. Outcomes/objectives v. content 2. Content v. audience 3. Rights/permissions 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    22. 22. 1. 90% learning design framework pre- contract 2. 10% management (more coffee!) 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    23. 23.  Delivery timescale scarily short  Contributors don‟t deliver 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
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    25. 25.  Your own reputation for real deadlines  Structured outsourcing  Concise but sufficient briefings ◦ Avoid „catch-all‟ sets of online documents  Tutor notes – looseleaf/multi-pdfs  New hands to hubs, not highway  Housekeeping sections early ◦ Assures people something is happening ◦ Fills time as other material appears ◦ Forces you to think through iconography  Consistent file naming system  Clear permissions immediately 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    26. 26.  Accreditation ◦ Can take years, not days  Assessment structure ◦ Activities will need redoing  Permissions ◦ Drop material if necessary 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    27. 27.  Beware for: ◦ multiple sites ◦ re-used materials ◦ overseas use ◦ flipped classrooms ◦ ePub3, etc  If in doubt – ASK - and get answer in writing 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    28. 28. Flipped courses ePub3 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    29. 29. Use for:  Heavy/lengthy use of online resources  Reading  Problem-solving in teams  Case work analysis  “Motivated” learners  Accommodating lives and differences  (Carefully) for re-engaging staff 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    30. 30. Rethink when:  Skills or resources are missing  Staff cannot balance/support teams with personality issues  Assessment scheme is not in tune  Course learning outcomes become misaligned with programme learning outcomes 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    31. 31.  Resources available?  Time available?  Sanctions available/necessary? 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
    32. 32.  Icing nozzles or course design ◦ A place for each but not the same  Back to  ….etc 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd
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    34. 34.  http://www.archdaily.com/198583/dieter- rams-10-principles-of-%E2%80%9Cgood- design%E2%80%9D/  http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2010/0 1/13/principles-of-great-design- craftsmanship/ 11/04/2014Gillian Palmer, FBILD; ElementE Ltd

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