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The TEAL Forum is a regular meeting for academics and professional support staff to share experiences, ideas and seek support related to online learning.
You can join the next forum using this link
CoDe Assessment Lab
Thursday 14th March, 1-3pm (In person)
Book your place here.
Further details, including event location will be shared via outlook invitation once registered.
CoDe Workshop 1
Tuesday 23rd April, 1-4pm (In person)
The first workshop focuses on what will motivate the curriculum, and how you will initiate the development process. Activities will focus on how you will work with the wider programme team to re/design course aims in response to internal and external factors driving change and innovation (Dimensions of a Warwick Curriculum, Essential Dimension 2), and then translate those aims into course learning outcomes. We will also consider how you might evaluate the success of the course.
Find out more here: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/academic-development/app/tel/ldcu/codeworkshop/ Further information about CoDe can be found here - https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/academic-development/code/ ]
Building Digital Capabilities
Wednesday 22nd May, 1pm (Online)
This session will provide you with an update and review on how the JISC Digital Capabilities tool is being used to support students and staff with skills development (more details to follow).
Teaching for Learning Online
Teaching for Learning Online (TfLO) will introduce some of the theories and debates that underpin online education and guide participants through some practical steps to take teaching and learning online.
This course is self-directed and available any time.
Design for Flexible and Online Learning - ABC Mini Sprint
In this session we will be introducing the ABC ‘Sprint’ model of design based on Professor Diana Laurillard’s ‘Conversational Framework’ This model will help to structure thoughts and discussions around design in the Technology Enhanced Active Learning Space.
In this session we will:
This 90 minute online session will be especially useful for anyone who is planning to deliver online and blended learning. This may be to enhance and develop the configuration of existing content or plan for new delivery. The concepts, ideas and examples will be useful whether you are planning a few sessions or a whole module.
You can find out more about the ABC Method here.
Dates for the next online workshops:
Wednesday 1st May, 1-2:30pm (In person)
Forums & Workshops
ABC Mini Sprint Workshop
Academic Technology Training
See the training page including an opportunity for one-to-one support.