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Room4 TELWFD Andrew Haldane Tel Wfl Presentation

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Room4 TELWFD Andrew Haldane Tel Wfl Presentation

  1. 1. TEL-WFL; Technology Enhanced Learning to support a Welsh Centre for Workforce Development <br />Project Team:<br />Andrew Haldane<br />Richard Staniforth<br />Four Stream Leaders<br />LTDU support<br />
  2. 2. Streams; Enhance existing CPD blended learning model <br />1, Management; <br />U/G placement module support, FdA, MA Prof.Practice<br />2,Dental Technology; <br />CPD<br />3,Health & Social Care;<br />Inspectorate Training<br />4, Education;<br />14-19 Coaches<br />E-Portfolio, Reflective accounts;<br /> Stream 1 initially<br />Synchronous group tutorials;<br />Streams 2,3,4 then 1<br />1 to 1 mentoring;<br />Stream 1 initially<br />
  3. 3. Challenges/Tensions<br />How to relate specific tasks/objectives to wider change agenda<br />How to address institutional impact goal ahead of substantive results<br />
  4. 4. Intended Key Outcomes1. A blueprint for change<br />An understanding of the strategic and policy issues attendant with such technology-enhanced models of delivery<br />Transferable models of technology-supported delivery<br />The creation of domain knowledge, reusable models of processes and practice, and user requirements<br />
  5. 5. Intended Key Outcomes;2.Implementation Support<br />Technology Enhanced Learning Support in the form of guidance materials and good practice exemplars <br />A greater understanding of how the learning content generated within the four streams of the project can be used as open learning content<br />
  6. 6. Solution; Address key objectives directly;<br />Revise Work-plan<br />Identify <br />Tasks, <br />Outcomes,<br />Timelines <br />Deliverables that address key objectives<br />Revise evaluation plan to embrace impact <br />
  7. 7. Solution; Address key objectives directly;<br /> 1.Blueprint for change<br />Understanding of the strategic and policy issues<br />Transferable models<br />Domain knowledge, processes and practice, user requirements <br />“Import” from JISC<br />Synthesis of internal findings<br />Wider landscape<br />
  8. 8. Solution; Address key objectives directly<br />2.Implementation support<br />Guidance materials and good practice exemplars<br />Learning content generated<br />Practice what we preach;<br />Use Adobe Connect/Presenter<br />Re-purpose/create for asynchronous use<br />WBL CPD for WBL CPD<br />
  9. 9. Evaluating impact; Theory of Change model<br />Rationale for change..<br />Resources/enabling factors. <br />Process.<br />Intended outcomes.<br />Longer-term aspirations (might indicate progress towards impact)<br />Intended impact<br />Reference;<br />Connell, J.P and A.C. Kubisch (1998) `Applying a Theory of Change Approach´ in K. Fulbright Anderson, A.C Kubisch and J.P. Connell (Eds) New Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives Volume 2: Theory, Measurement, and Analysis. Washington DC.: The Aspen Institute.<br />
  10. 10. Questions???<br />

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