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Nbs 4 july

  1. 1. NBS Development day Prof Alejandro Armellini Institute of L&T in HE
  2. 2. Structure • Part 1: Northampton’s strategic commitment in learning and teaching • Part 2: Northampton 2013-2020 • Part 3: Discussion
  3. 3. Strategic commitment to scaling up: 3 • Re-design for online and blended provision • CPD and accreditation: formal staff dev opportunities for all • Openness
  4. 4. The L&T Plan 4 • Intellectual capital • Student experience • Enhancement and innovation in L&T
  5. 5. 5 TheL&TPlan
  6. 6. Needs How can I develop a course that meets students’ needs? I want to be a better teacher I need to develop my skills for online and distance learning – Help! I need to improve student retention. How can I help my students? Why waste time on writing feedback? Students don’t read it! My teaching is in a rut – What new ideas could make it more exciting? I need to get professional recognition as a HE Teacher – what do I do? I would like to gain academic credit for this training – is this possible?
  7. 7. NILE design targets 8 Level Focus Key features Foundation Delivery  Absolute minimum expected  Course information, handbook and guides  Learning materials Intermediate Essential in all blended courses Participation In addition to ‘Delivery’:  Online participation designed into the course.  Tasks provide meaningful formative scaffold.  Online participation encouraged and moderated, but not essential to achieve learning outcomes. Advanced Essential in all online courses Collaboration In addition to ‘Delivery’:  Regular learner input designed into course & essential throughout.  Online tasks provide meaningful scaffold to formative and summative assessment.  Collaborative knowledge construction central to a productive learning environment.
  8. 8. Effective course design… 9 • Is team-based • Focuses on the different types of interaction • Is not obsessed with content • Offers low cost but high value • Requires digital literacy skills • Must be innovative, participative and fun
  9. 9. Practical Courses (‘New Teacher’) < Level 7 Practical Interventions : Excellence and innovation in L&T (new and existing staff) < Level 7 L&T Leader- ship, HE Policy, Research Supervisio n etc. Level 7 EdD modules Level 8 Associate Fellow Fellow Senior Fellow 20 Credits PGCTHE 60 credits Masters 180 credits EdD Peer Review Mentoring Scholarship Level 7 Level 8Level 7Level 7 Qualifications
  10. 10. Associate Prof Development Scheme Purpose: to provide a supported development pathway for academic staff to gain a full professorial role and title
  11. 11. Open Northampton 12 Aim To put Northampton on the global OER-OEP map within 24 months.
  12. 12. Shift to… 14 • Appropriate ‘blends’ • Openness • Flexibility • Mobility Knowledge and learning as open, mobile, connected and scalable
  13. 13. The learning and teaching landscape Composition and demographics of the student population
  14. 14. 10500 1500 500 2000 1000 500 Face-to-face students Dual-mode students Online students Students taught by flying faculty Work & practice-based students Other 2013
  15. 15. 2020 6000 6000 6000 500 1000 500 Face-to-face students Dual-mode students Online students Students taught by flying faculty Work & practice-based students Other
  16. 16. What will change with Waterside? • Less physical space + global competition for diverse and demanding students + innovation = critical need to change the way we go about our business
  17. 17. Prof A Armellini, 4 July 2013

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