Student engagement with Technology Enhanced Learning
Alex Spiers (Academic Enhancement Unit)
Monday 22nd July 2013 at Shef...
This activity uses collaborative learning
through reflection and dialogue. We
used an idea influenced by the World
Cafe me...
What Are We Going To Do?
• Five groups, five themes
• Each group will need a scribe with a
tablet
• Discussion around a topic linked to T & L
– Ide...
Skills & Support
Authenticity
Security
Collaboration
Inclusivity
Feedback
Feedback
Student engagement with Technology Enhanced Learning workshop 22 july 2013
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This is the powerpoint presentation use in two back to back workshops as part of Sheffield Hallam University's event Student engagement with Technology Enhanced Learning http://bit.ly/1bgpT6U

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Student engagement with Technology Enhanced Learning workshop 22 july 2013

  1. 1. Student engagement with Technology Enhanced Learning Alex Spiers (Academic Enhancement Unit) Monday 22nd July 2013 at Sheffield Hallam University http://bit.ly/1bgnLMq
  2. 2. This activity uses collaborative learning through reflection and dialogue. We used an idea influenced by the World Cafe method (see bit.ly/12V36o0) which works well with small and large groups and enables maximum engagement, interaction and learning. Activity Format
  3. 3. What Are We Going To Do?
  4. 4. • Five groups, five themes • Each group will need a scribe with a tablet • Discussion around a topic linked to T & L – Identify common issues linked to this – How can some of these be resolved – Capture problems and solutions on Google doc • Feedback to the group
  5. 5. Skills & Support
  6. 6. Authenticity
  7. 7. Security
  8. 8. Collaboration
  9. 9. Inclusivity
  10. 10. Feedback Feedback

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