Assessment timetable

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brief overview of the assessment schedule for the tech for learning delivery course

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Assessment timetable

  1. 1. Assessment Timetable
  2. 2. Week 4 22nd October Get enthusiastic: use collaborative technology to support your own CPD • Task 1: Explain how to establish an identity or present information that will promote trust in order to locate and contribute to an online professional community.
  3. 3. Week 7 19th Nov Harness the enthusiasm of your students Task 1: Describe a group of learners you plan to work with Task 2: Explain what and why guidelines are needed to be established, in collaboration with your learners, for working with collaborative technology
  4. 4. Week 8 26th Nov Get enthusiastic: use collaborative technology to support your own CPD Task 2: Consider how you can signpost, both colleagues and students, to subject-specific online resources and evaluate their usefulness Task 3a: Provide links to social networks, blogs, forums, email subscriptions, etc that you follow/take part in with a reflective commentary. Task 3b: Review these links and reflect on the development of your own online identity and contribution to an online professional network.
  5. 5. Week 8 - 16 Observation • Each student will have the opportunity to be observed using technology for learning in their own setting. This will be done through a ‘walk through’ style observation. This observation will be recorded & shared via the class You Tube channel.
  6. 6. Week 15 28th Jan 2015 • Get enthusiastic: use collaborative technology to support your own CPD • Task 4a: Provide links to social networks, blogs, forums, email subscriptions, etc that you follow/take part in with a reflective commentary. • Task 4b: Review these links and reflect on the development of your own online identity and contribution to an online professional network.
  7. 7. Week 12 7th Jan 2015 Harness the enthusiasm of your students • Task 3: Plan and deliver a lesson where you present your guidelines for safe practice to your students and engage in discussions on at least one collaborative technology you would like to use with them.
  8. 8. Week 16 4th Feb Harness the enthusiasm of your students • Task 4 – Evidence of planning should be provided through lesson rationale (see lesson rational sheet for learning outcome references) – and demonstrated though links to materials and resources. – Provide evidence of evaluation though your reflective journal, including evaluations from your students and colleagues as appropriate.
  9. 9. Week 18 18th Feb Spread the enthusiasm: use the skills you have developed to support colleagues’ use of technology in learning delivery • Task 1: Develop an action plan to identify opportunities and strategies to use and disseminate practice in embedding technology across your organisation.
  10. 10. Week 20 11th March Spread the enthusiasm: use the skills you have developed to support colleagues’ use of technology in learning delivery • Task 2: Plan, deliver and evaluate a support program for a single or a group of colleagues.

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