Some thoughts on learning design

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A short presentation that shares some thoughts on Learning Design - both in and out of the classroom, using technology and the world about us.

A short presentation that shares some thoughts on Learning Design - both in and out of the classroom, using technology and the world about us.

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  • 1. Some thoughts onLearning Design
    1950s cut-out teaching aids, part of D.H Stott’s Programmed Reading Kit (W&R Holmes books, Glasgow).
    www.benverrall.com
  • 2. POLITE NOTICE:
    “I quote others only the
    better to express myself.”
    (Michel de Montaigne)
    I have used the work of others to help illustrate my thoughts. My intention is not to steal but to share and promote. I have provided references and links back to the original works wherever possible. Please contact me if I have failed to give due credit, and I will rectify immediately.
  • 3. Some instructional text
    Hold stick near centre of its length. Moisten pointed end in mouth. Insert in tooth space, blunt end next to gum. Use gentle in-out motion.
    "It seemed to me," said Wonko the Sane, "that any civilization that had so far lost its head as to need to include a set of detailed instructions for use in a packet of toothpicks, was no longer a civilization in which I could live and stay sane.”
    Douglas Adams, So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (1984)
  • 4. “It really makes you stop and think...”
    THINK!
    Photo: Alegri/ 4freephotos.com
  • 5. How this works
    This presentation has been designed to work without mediation.
    The temptation is to type out my own ideas about Learning Design and what I consider the role of the Learning Designer. However, I have tried my best to avoid instruction.
    These are shared thoughts – not conclusions.
  • 6. What were you
    taught at school?
    Salvatore Vuono / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 7. What did you learn at school?
    What were you
    taught at school?
    Maggie Smith / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 8. Where does learning happen?
    Photo credits: Sura Nualpradid; smokedsalmon; sixninepixels; Arvind Balaraman; Salvatore Vuono; markuso @ www.freedigitalphotos.net
  • 9. What makes a great
    ‘learning environment’?
    Photo: Exsodus/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 10. What is the role of Learning Design?
    Photo: Michelle Meiklejohn/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 11. How does learning happen?
    Photo credits:healingdream; photostock; Sujin Jetkasettakorn; Simon Howden; Master isolated image@ www.freedigitalphotos.net
  • 12. What makes a great
    learning experience?
    What is the role of Learning Experience?
    Photo: Photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 13. What is the role of Learning Design?
    Photo: Simon Howden / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 14. What or who is a ‘Learning Designer’?
    Photo credits: Paul Gooddy; phanlop88; Adam Hickmott;
    Koratmember @ www.freedigitalphotos.net
  • 15. “I'd rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance.”
    (ee cummings)
    more thoughts:
    www.benverrall.com
    Photo: Paul Brentnall / FreeDigitalPhotos.net