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Eden gpr paper
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  1. Assuring Best Practice in Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments Professor Mike Keppell, Associate Professor Gordon Suddaby*, Ms Natasha Hard Charles Sturt University & Massey University* 1Thursday, 7 June 12 1
  2. OVERVIEW Overview of GPR Approach Outcomes Recommendations Access to report 2Thursday, 7 June 12 2
  3. GUIDING QUESTIONS How do we recognise Good Practice in technologically-enhanced learning and teaching? How do we communicate/disseminate Good Practice in technologically-enhanced learning and teaching? How do we integrate Good Practice into learning and teaching? 3Thursday, 7 June 12 3
  4. ALTC GOOD PRACTICE REPORTS ALTC awarded 264 projects, 52 fellowships (1st December, 2010) Commissioned 11 GPRs Assuring graduate outcomes Blended learning Curriculum renewal Supporting students’ transition into higher education 4Thursday, 7 June 12 4
  5. ALTC GOOD PRACTICE REPORTS Work-integrated learning Assessment of science, technology, engineering and mathematics Innovative Indigenous learning and teaching Revitalising the academic workforce Technology-enhanced learning and teaching Clinical teaching Support for international students . 5Thursday, 7 June 12 5
  6. TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING AND TEACHING GOOD PRACTICE REPORT 25 complete projects (including three fellowships) 8 ongoing projects (including one fellowship) 6Thursday, 7 June 12 6
  7. WHAT IS TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING ? Laurillard, Oliver, Wasson & Hoppe (2009) suggest that the “role of technology [is] to enable new types of learning experiences and to enrich existing learning scenarios” (p. 289). They also suggest that “interactive and cooperative digital media have an inherent educational value as a new means of intellectual expression” and creativity (p. 289). 7Thursday, 7 June 12 7
  8. APPROACH Meta-analysis of Thematically Matrix 33 projects Analysed 10 Themes/ Literature Recommendations outcomes review 8Thursday, 7 June 12 8
  9. OUTCOMES A focus on learning design allows academics to model and share good practice in learning and teaching Authentic learning provides a means of engaging students through all aspects of curricula, subjects, activities and assessment Successful academic development focuses on engaging academics over sustained periods of time through action learning cycles and the provision of leadership development opportunities 9Thursday, 7 June 12 9
  10. OUTCOMES Engaging teaching approaches are key to student learning Technology-enhanced assessment provides flexible approaches for academics to provide feedback to students Integrating technology-enhanced learning and teaching strategies across curriculum, subjects, activities and assessment results in major benefits to the discipline Knowledge and resource sharing are central to a vibrant community of practice 10Thursday, 7 June 12 10
  11. OUTCOMES Academics require sophisticated online teaching strategies to effectively teach in technology-enhanced higher education environments Academics need a knowledge of multi-literacies to teach effectively in contemporary technology-enhanced higher education Exemplar projects focused on multiple outcomes across curricula integration, sustainable initiatives, academic development and community engagement. 11Thursday, 7 June 12 11
  12. RECOMMENDATIONS Recommendation 1: The active engagement and involvement of senior management is critical to institutional integration and uptake of technology enhanced learning and teaching initiatives. Recommendation 2: Project sustainability is enhanced when there is engagement with an active (existing) community of practice. Recommendation 3: Embedding a technology- enhanced learning and teaching initiative into the wider curriculum is likely to lead to a more sustainable change than confining the initiative to within a single course or subject. g initiatives. 12Thursday, 7 June 12 12
  13. RECOMMENDATIONS Recommendation 4: To ensure continuity and ongoing value from repositories and websites, they must be actively managed and maintained both during and beyond the required three years post completion of the project. Recommendation 5: The development of tools for use within a technology-enhanced context must be accompanied by rigorous evaluation across a range of relevant contexts. Recommendation 6: Assessment considerations should be an integral component of all technology- enhanced learning and teaching initiatives. 13Thursday, 7 June 12 13
  14. RECOMMENDATIONS Recommendation 7: Academic development activities need to focus on sustainable, immersive strategies that allow teachers to enhance their own discipline teaching. Recommendation 8: Academic teachers should be encouraged to model and share learning designs within their own university, partner institutions and symposiums and conferences in higher education. 14Thursday, 7 June 12 14
  15. RECOMMENDATIONS Recommendation 9: Teachers need to learn the language of the internet, new media and new thought processes, as multi-literacies in the digital age require a new set of skills in order to effectively communicate and interact in the modern world. Recommendation 10: Projects should consider the inclusion of postgraduate students (Honours, Masters, PhD) to research the technology-enhanced learning initiative. 15Thursday, 7 June 12 15
  16. NATIONAL NETWORKING INITIATIVE ACODE and ascilite have been successful in obtaining funding from the ALTC to establish the National Networking Initiative (NNI).  Partners: ACODE, ascilite, HERDSA, CADAD, ODLAA together with AARNet, NetSpot and OLT to guide the direction of the NNI. 16Thursday, 7 June 12 16
  17. NATIONAL NETWORKING INITIATIVE - VISION The overarching vision for the National Networking Initiative (NNI) is to facilitate a sustainable collaborative network between established higher education associations with the intent of fostering best practice in networks to engage members more strongly with Australasian higher education learning and teaching. 17Thursday, 7 June 12 17
  18. NATIONAL NETWORKING INITIATIVE - MISSION The mission of the NNI is to improve engagement and practice through network leadership. 18Thursday, 7 June 12 18
  19. NAVIGATING THE GPR Hyperlinked contents page Overview - Outcomes - Literature review Recommendations One page reports - Concept maps http://www.slideshare.net/mkeppell/final-report-10-good- practice-report 19Thursday, 7 June 12 19

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