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7 cs of learning design


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7 cs of learning design

  1. 1. A conceptual framework for ILDE Gráinne Conole, University of Leicester METIS project meeting Valladolid, 10th January 2013
  2. 2. Types of LD tools• Conceptual LD tools – Guidance & Support, Visualisation & Representation• Technical LD tools – Implementation & deployment• Sharing and discussing LD tools – Repositories and sharing tools
  3. 3. Course Design features Narrative Conceptualise Resource Audit Assessment CreatePed. Patterns Course Map Consider Capture Activity Profile Storyboard Collaborate Communicate CSCL Ped. Affordances Patterns Share Implement Consolidate Refine Evaluate
  4. 4. Use• As a conceptual underpinning to the architecture of the ILDE• As a blueprint for the creation of workshops – Each workshop being a pick and mix through the LD tools in the framework – Workshops tailored to local contexts and needs – One example might be the LD studio format, the UoL workshops, workshops focusing on collaboration, etc.• Provides a structured and logical representation of the relationship between the different components of ILDE
  5. 5. Sharing & Discussion LD tools Technical LD toolsCloudworks LDShakeOER repositories CadmosPed. Pattern repositories WebCollegeLD repositories GluePS OpenGML Share Implement Consolidate Refine Evaluate Design Evaluation checklist rebric
  6. 6. A Learning Design ecologyCloudworks CloudworksOER repositories OER repositoriesPed. Pattern Ped. Patternrepositories repositoriesLearning Design Learning Designrepositories repositories ILDE environment Provides exemplars Outputs shared
  7. 7. Other thoughts• Search repositories via key words – Pedagogical approaches – Discipline – Use of technologies• Key words linked to feeder repositories• For each LD conceptual view, designers are encouraged to share their outputs back to the LD database
  8. 8. Linking the LD conceptual tools• Fostering collaboration – Course features – collaboration – Resource audit – collaborative OER and Ped. Patterns – Course map – includes a Jigsaw activity – Task swimlane – outlines the Jigsaw activity• Dialogic learning – Course features – dialogic learning – Resource audit – communicative Ped. Patterns and LDs – Course map – numerous communication activities – Activity profile – high % of communication tasks
  9. 9. 7Cs of Learning Design Learning Design StudioConceptualise Initiate InvestigateCaptureCreate Ideate ConnectCommunicateCollaborateConsiderConsolidate Prototype Evaluate Reflect
  10. 10. Discussion• Value of this approach?• What are the limitations?• Is there anything missing?• What alternatives are there?• How difficult will it be technically?