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Viewpoints printable course cards

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This is a PDF printable booklet of the Viewpoints course-level theme cards, for use in Viewpoints curriculum design workshops at course level. …

This is a PDF printable booklet of the Viewpoints course-level theme cards, for use in Viewpoints curriculum design workshops at course level.

When printing these, print two to a page and double-sided and then cut out cards to size.

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  • 1.  Good teaching and learning practice should foster better:Assessment and Skills Information Feedback Havingassessment and feedback design should help empower and Good good information skills means that learners recognise when information is needed,provide opportunitiesto locate, evaluate, and engage learners and and have the ability for feedback dialogue (peer and/or teacher-learner). use the relevant information effectively in their studies.These cards aim to to help staff redesign their formativeskills strategy, think These cards aim help staff consider their information assessment andfeedback practice in innovative ways that will allow learners to develop the about how the information skills load is spread throughout the course, ability to self-regulate their own learning and therefore improveand help learners the quality ofnecessary information skills for their studies. develop the their learning experience.Adapted from the SCONUL Seven of good formative assessment and feedback REAP principles Pillars Model of Information Literacy Version 1.0
  • 2.  Good teaching and learning practice should foster better: Good teaching and learning practice should foster: CreativityAssessment and Skills Information Feedback in the curriculum Havingassessment curriculum is the ability to seehelp empower and Good good information skills means that learners recognise when Creativity in the and feedback design should things in a new information is needed,provide opportunitiesto locate, evaluate, and engage learners and and have the ability for feedback dialogue way, seeking solutions to issues and challenges with an (peer and/or teacher-learner). use the relevant information effectively in their studies. innovative, novel approach. These cards aim to to help staff redesign their formativeskills strategy, think These cards aim help staff consider their information assessment and feedback practice in innovative ways that will allow learners to develop theThese cards identify creative and innovative practice within highercourse, about how the information skills load is spread throughout the education ability to self-regulate their own learning and therefore improve and help learnersdevelopment necessary information skills for their studies. and promote the develop the of student creativity within subject curricula. the quality of their learning experience.Adapted from the SCONUL Seven of good formative assessment and feedback Ulster’s Centre for Higher Education Information Literacy the Curriculum’ Group REAP principles Pillars Model of Practice ‘Creativity in Version 1.0
  • 3. Ranking: Assessment and Information SkillsFeedback Clarify good performanceTo encourage good information literacy, help students to: Your ideas: Your ideas: Encourage time and effort on task Define the task and understand the topic Deliver high quality feedback Identify appropriate resources Provide opportunities to act on feedback Search effectively Encourage interaction and dialogue Find and extract information Develop self-assessment and reflection Compare and analyse information Give assessment choice Organise and share information ethically Encourage positive motivational beliefs Interpret information and create new content Inform and shape your teaching http://viewpoints.ulster.ac.uk Version 1.0
  • 4. Ranking: Creativity (Teaching and Learning) Assessment and Information SkillsFeedback Enquiry-based learning Clarify good performanceTo encourage good information literacy, help students to: YourYour ideas: ideas: ideas: Your ‘Open-box’ time and Encourage modules effort on task Define the task and understand the topic Negotiation Deliver high quality feedback Identify appropriate resources ‘Real-life’ learning situations Provide opportunities to act on feedback Search effectively Novel approaches to tasks Encourage interaction and dialogue Find and extract information Assessment that focuses and reflection Develop self-assessment on process Compare and analyse information Use assessment Giveof debates choice Organise and share information ethically Beyond the discipline Encourage positive motivational beliefs Interpret information and create new content Collaborative learning Inform and shape your teaching http://viewpoints.ulster.ac.uk Version 1.0
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  • 6. Ranking: Information SkillsTo encourage good information literacy, help students to: Your ideas: Define the task and understand the topic Identify appropriate resources Search effectively Find and extract information Compare and analyse information Organise and share information ethically Interpret information and create new content http://viewpoints.ulster.ac.uk Version 1.0

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