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Curriculum design – Opening up the Game

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Introductory slides from the workshop Curriculum Design - Opening up the Game hosted by the Open University on 5 July 2012

Introductory slides from the workshop Curriculum Design - Opening up the Game hosted by the Open University on 5 July 2012

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  • 1. Curriculum Design – Opening up the Game Evidence and Practice for Responsive Curriculum Design to Widen Participation 5 July 2012 The Open University in London
  • 2. JISC funded ‘Institutional Approaches to Curriculum Design Programme’ Manchester Metropolitan University Supporting Responsive Curriculum Rachel Forsyth Peter Bird University of Greenwich UG-Flex Claire Eustance
  • 3. ProgrammeTime12.30pm Introduction12.35pm Overview of MMU SRC/EQAL project12.50pm Overview of Greenwich UG-FLEX project1.05pm Session 11.45pm Session 22.25pm Break2.35pm Session 33.10pm Plenary session for feedback on the games/questions.3.30pm Close
  • 4. Research and Scholarship for Widening Participation Centre for Inclusion and Curriculum, The Open University • http://www.open.ac.uk/cic HEIWP Research Blog • http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/wideningparticipation/ Twitter • @heiwpresearch Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning • http://wpll-journal.metapress.com/home/main.mpx • Or Google “Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning”
  • 5. Connecting Twitter Cloudworks#openthegame http://cloudworks.ac.uk/ cloud/view/6389
  • 6. Discussion• What could you take away with you for use in your own institution?• Who would listen?• What other barriers to inclu• sive curriculum practice exist? http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2424

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