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Planning for Pedagogy, Space and Technology
Santanu Vasant and Julie Voce
@santanuvasant | @julievoce | @CityUniLEaD
City,...
Starter Activity
■What type of space do you usually teach
or run a workshop in?
■Go to: pollev.com/svasant and type this
i...
Poll Everywhere Responses
■Large room with flexible (node) furniture (2 people voted
this up too)
■Active Learning space
■...
Workshop Objectives
■Have experienced planning for an active
learning session using educational
technologies
■Have gained ...
Learning Spaces at City
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAVtiuHCfCM
Pedagogy, Space, Technology Model
■Often academics and staff
developers do not give equal
weighting to pedagogy, technolog...
Further information on Learning Spaces
https://www.city.ac.uk/lead/lea
rning-spaces
https://www.ucisa.ac.uk/learni
ngspace...
Activities
Group Activity (20 mins)
■In your groups, read the scenario
packs you have been given. In these
packs you have the followi...
Feedback (10 mins)
■Pick a spokesperson
■Feedback to the group what your
scenario was, what pedagogical
activities, learni...
What Group 1 came up with…
A 2 hour lecture needs to be delivered to a large group of over 100 undergraduate
students stud...
What Group 2 came up with…
You are delivering a Social Entrepreneurship session to a group of 25 students. One
of the lear...
Questions and Answers
Please ask any questions now or ask us
via @CityUniLEaD later
References
■City, University of London (2015). Learning Spaces Video. Retrieved from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAVt...
Any questions?
Thank you for your attending.
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Planning for Pedagogy, Space and Technology - a workshop delivered at the Association for Learning Technology at the University of Liverpool, 7th September 2017

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Planning for Pedagogy, Space and Technology

  1. 1. Planning for Pedagogy, Space and Technology Santanu Vasant and Julie Voce @santanuvasant | @julievoce | @CityUniLEaD City, University of London
  2. 2. Starter Activity ■What type of space do you usually teach or run a workshop in? ■Go to: pollev.com/svasant and type this in, vote up or down if you also teach in this type of space
  3. 3. Poll Everywhere Responses ■Large room with flexible (node) furniture (2 people voted this up too) ■Active Learning space ■Bland meeting rooms ■Large room, flat floor ■Large room or online Adobe Connect
  4. 4. Workshop Objectives ■Have experienced planning for an active learning session using educational technologies ■Have gained an awareness of the affordances using space as a tool ■Be able to choose appropriate collaborative learning techniques for large and small group teaching
  5. 5. Learning Spaces at City https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAVtiuHCfCM
  6. 6. Pedagogy, Space, Technology Model ■Often academics and staff developers do not give equal weighting to pedagogy, technology and space when developing curricula (Radcliffe et al, 2008) ■The short activity you’ll do today will hopefully get you thinking about the space as a tool in your planning. Radcliffe, D. et al (2008, p13)
  7. 7. Further information on Learning Spaces https://www.city.ac.uk/lead/lea rning-spaces https://www.ucisa.ac.uk/learni ngspace http://eprints.brighton.ac.uk/16 359/Just three of many resources online on Learning Spaces.
  8. 8. Activities
  9. 9. Group Activity (20 mins) ■In your groups, read the scenario packs you have been given. In these packs you have the following: The scenario you’ll be working on ■ A set of Pedagogy, Space and Technology Cards ■ Flipchart paper ■ Flipchart pens Pedagogy Space Technology Cards
  10. 10. Feedback (10 mins) ■Pick a spokesperson ■Feedback to the group what your scenario was, what pedagogical activities, learning space and technology you selected ■What was your rationale behind this selection?
  11. 11. What Group 1 came up with… A 2 hour lecture needs to be delivered to a large group of over 100 undergraduate students studying Mathematical Science and Statistics. When the session has been run previously many students have asked a lot of questions following the session because they did not understand sections of the content. Previously the lecture has been delivered with slides and some mathematical equations on the whiteboard. ■Think-Pair-Share ■Stand up Activity ■Wildcard: Flexible Room 100+ (Plectrum Tables) ■Tech: Teaching Pod, use Visualiser (creates artefact for VLE) ■Lecture Capture ■Polling – take the temperature of the room (use in conjuction with Think-Pair- Share activity)
  12. 12. What Group 2 came up with… You are delivering a Social Entrepreneurship session to a group of 25 students. One of the learning outcomes for the module is for students to be able to ‘Articulate an effective elevator pitch to gain support for a new business venture’. ■Think-Pair-Share ■Brainstorming ■Plan Bid ■Line up activity ■Storyboard Ideas ■Computer Lab ~ 30 seats (with computers that pop up) ■Use a blog to write up their thoughts
  13. 13. Questions and Answers Please ask any questions now or ask us via @CityUniLEaD later
  14. 14. References ■City, University of London (2015). Learning Spaces Video. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAVtiuHCfCM (Accessed: 7th September 2017) ■Newland, B (2016) Learning Spaces in UK HE 2016: a HeLF Survey Report Retrieved from: http://eprints.brighton.ac.uk/16359/ (Accessed: 7th September 2017) ■Radcliffe, D. et al (2008), Learning Spaces in Higher Education: Positive Outcomes by Design. Retrieved from: http://www.uq.edu.au/nextgenerationlearningspace/UQ%20Next%20Generation %20Book.pdf (Accessed: 7th September 2017) ■UCISA (2016). Learning Spaces Toolkit. Retrieved from: https://www.ucisa.ac.uk/learningspace (Accessed: 7th September 2017)
  15. 15. Any questions? Thank you for your attending.

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