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Introduction to Technology Enhanced Learning

The workshop provides the opportunity to explore the role of technology in teaching and learning and supports you while you experiment with the available tools, learn about what others have already done and start to consider your own use of technology enhanced learning. The workshop offers a combination of self-study materials and opportunities to encounter others' ideas and reflect on how they compare to your own and should take two to three hours to complete. It is available from the T&L online workshops Moodle space - please see direct link below.
When you have completed all of the sections of a workshop you will receive a badge to recognise your completion of the workshop, and LDC will be automatically notified. If you are not required to do this core workshop but wish to do so, it will be logged as 3 hours of developmental activity on your records.

This is an online module in Moodle, you will be required to self enrol once you click through.

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Alignment with UKPSF

A1: Design and plan learning activities

A4: Develop effective learning environments

Core Knowledge
K2: Appropriate methods for teaching & learning

K3: How students learn

K4: The use & value of appropriate learning technologies

Professional Values

V1: Respect individual learners and diverse learning communities

V2: Promote participation in higher education

V3: Use evidence-informed approaches

V4: Acknowledge wider context in which higher education operates

More info: UK Professional Standards Framework