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PGA TEL Course Dates

Both the Postgraduate Award in Technology Enhanced Learning and Postgraduate Award in Technology Enhanced Learning Theory and Application will take place online. They will include opportunities to engage with asynchronous materials and synchronous sessions where we come togehter to discuss key areas and share ideas and developments around the projects. Below is a schedule of events - please note that there is a Moodle that will run alongside these sessions and will include focused topics on student experience, digital pedagogy, design for learning, the role of the tutor and assessment ande feedback.

Content

Date

What is involved

Launch of Moodle/ Teams/ Introduction Activity on Padlet

29th November

Share links to Moodle and Teams
Introduction activity on Padlet

Introduction Workshop

30th November 1-2pm

Welcome to the PGA TEL. Meet the team and colleagues on the PGA TEL.Find out what to expect over the coming months, introduction to the PSF.

LDCU ABC workshop (Optional)

10th December 12-2pm

This is an optional opportunity to explore the ABC framework – thinking about the project that you hope to develop and how you will plan for interactivity and the student experience

Defining your project

14th December 1-3pm

Opportunity to start defining the challenges, what will your project look like? Who are your students? Who are the stakeholders?

Student Experience Discussion

13th January 3-4pm

Following on from defining challenges, we focus on the student experience. What we can do to engage with the students, what the feedback says, opportunity to share thoughts and experiences

Digital Pedagogy Discussion

27th January 11-12

Approaches that you are going to use, what pedagogies are you working with. Sharing the literature

Evaluation and Ethics

9th February 1-2pm

Get started thinking about the evaluation of your project. What approaches could you take? What to think about? How does it apply to your project? Developing your evaluation strategy.

Action Learning Sets

15th February, 10-11

16th February, 1-2pm

17th February, 3-4pm

15th March, 3-4pm

16th March, 9-10

17th March, 11-12

These action learning sets are an opportunity to come along and share where you are at with you project, try out new ideas, get feedback and ask any questions. Groups are limited to 5 people. You should attend at least 1 ALS. Details and how to book will be shared early on in the course.

Writing Retreat

18th March, 12-2

29th April, 12-2

1st July, 12-2

Opportunity to have protected time and work on the submissions. You can simply protect the time or come along and join us. We follow the Pomodoro technique for writing retreats.

Hand in dates

Presentation 28th March

Reflective Account 9th May

Case Study 11th July (For D2 pathway only