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NTLTC 2011 - NMIT ILP presentation

  1. 1. Introducing individual learning plans at NMIT Presentation for NTLT Conference 2011David Sturrock Monique Daydavid.sturrock@nmit.ac.nz monique.day@nmit.ac.nz
  2. 2. Learner Journey
  3. 3. What is an Individual Learning Plan (ILP)?• A tool that enables the learner to state their learning goals (commitment), document strengths & weaknesses, set targets to achieve their goals(s) & reflect on progress.• The learners learning coach or tutor(s) can also set targets & record outcomes of progress review conversations.• An ILP IS a communication method between learners and teaching and support staff• An ILP IS NOT a course planner or assessment tracking device
  4. 4. NMIT TargetsNMIT Defined 2010 2011 2012CommitmentsProportion of level 55% 75% 95%1 – 3 learnersusing an IndividualLearning Plan (ILP)Proportion of level 20% 45% 65%4 – 5 learnersusing an ILP
  5. 5. How have we achieved this?• Different Programme areas are using different models Learning Coach Tutor Student support non – Teaches at least one of the teaching role learner classes Frequency of meetings – three Frequency of meetings - times per year weekly Individual support Group ILP reflective practice sessions Independent of teaching role Knows the student well, in a – students can be more good position to offer support honest and advice.
  6. 6. How ILP’s are maintainedTwo choices – option selected by each programme area• Paper-based using a MS Word template to record professional conversations between learner and ILP tutor• Online using a Moodle-based ILP plug-in, learner supported to maintain their own ILP with input/reviews from teaching and support staff
  7. 7. How was the Moodle ILP selected?ULCC Personalisation Framework Documentation - http://moodle.ulcc.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=107 UK Excellence Gateway - Case Studies ULCC is a Moodle Partner + maintain a community support forum
  8. 8. ILP Module Roles & Controls• Learner• Teaching Staff• Learning Coaches, Personal Tutors, Study SupportGranular access & feature control via• Module settings & role capabilities• Course context• User contextReports
  9. 9. Accessing ILP’sLearner - myMoodle Teacher - myMoodle Teacher - Course
  10. 10. Progress• 1427 learners completed TEC literacy &/or numeracy assessments• 29 tutors actively using online ILPs with their learners• 748 individual learners have created targets, learning commitments &/or reflections• 1605 targets set, 295 progress reviews, 201 Learner Reflections, 156 Learning Commitments
  11. 11. Entries in ILPs to 11/10/2011 156 201 Target295 Progress Review Learner reflection Learning Commitment 1605
  12. 12. 400350300250 Target200 Progress Review Learner reflection Learning Commitment150100 50 0 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
  13. 13. Issues• General issues with staff perception of ILP’s• Student perceptions• Responsibilities/resourcing – a variety of models being adopted• Reporting on “active ILP’s”• Expectations of communication/change notification• Integrating data from other areas of Moodle & other systems