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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.

Visit the Teaching for Learning Online Moodle course.

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Returning to the classroom – focus on the technologies 

Audio Visual Services in collaboration with Learning Design Consultancy are running a series of workshops from the 20th September to the 23rd September specific to the on-site delivery of teaching.  

Topics will include Audio Visual Basics and Classroom Technology to Hybrid Teaching Techniques and Technologies.  

Please note: Hybrid teaching is not a preferred or recommended approach. There are many challenges to hybrid teaching, and you should carefully consider whether this would work for you. 

These sessions are open to all staff and will take place either online or in person.  

Returning to the classroom – AV Basics (Online session via Teams) 

Find out more about the classroom technologies available. How they work and what you can do.  

The on-site session provides you with an in-person insight into the technologies available in the classroom and you can experience first-hand how they work and what potential there is for your teaching and learning.  

20th September 10:00 to 11am Online  
20th September 13:00 to 14:00 Online 
21st September 10:00 to 11:00 (In person - recommended) 
21st September 13:00 to 14:00 (In person - recommended) 

Book your place here.  

Hybrid Teaching Design – ABC Mini Sprint 

In this session we will be using 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: 

  • Explain what is meant by the ABC ‘Sprint’ model 
  • Apply the different learning types 
  • Consider a range of activities to support the learning aims. 

This session will consider a hybrid scenario and will provide an opportunity to explore the concepts and ideas around this approach.

You can find out more about the ABC Method here. 

Wednesday 22nd September 9:30 to 11:00 (Online) 


Book your place here. 

Using the Technology  

This session focuses on the technology and what is possible with hybrid teaching and learning at Warwick. It will also highlight some of the challenges. 

Wednesday 22nd September 11:30-12:30 (Online)  
Thursday 23rd September 11:30-12:30 (In person - recommended) 

Book your place here.

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Getting Teaching Ready

With the new teaching term in sight, you’re invited to reflect and think about teaching practices going forwards. Add Getting Teaching Ready week, 20-24 September, to your diaries and join in to explore bite-sized resources, share tips and discuss questions. There are links to ADC and LDCU resources and opportunities to get practical advice and support on important topics such as building learning communities and enhancing student engagement, and inclusive learning experiences.

Find out more here.

Monitoring Student Activity and Progress with Moodle

Thursday 30th September at 11-12.30 pm

This online workshop will guide you through some of the key reporting features in Moodle that can provide whole-class and individual student activity and progress reports. It will also consider the built-in checklist tool that allows students to monitor their own progress and develop improved time-management skills. In addition to considering the main reporting and tracking tools we will consider conditional access settings and how to restrict access to resources based on activity completion, grade, date and more. This session will be a combination of presentation and hands-on workshop with an opportunity to complete some simple tasks and activities during the session.

Book your space here

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Design for Flexible and Online Learning

In this session we will be using 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:

  • Explain what is meant by the ABC ‘Sprint’ model
  • Apply the different learning types
  • Consider a range of activities to support the learning aims.

This 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.

Upcoming dates and bookings will be available here shortly. If you have any questions then let us know - ldcu@warwick.ac.uk 

 

The Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) Forums

These forums will run fortnightly throughout the term to provide an opportunity for staff to seek support and for sharing experiences and ideas related to online and blended learning. This regular event will take place fortnightly on Wednesdays 1-2pm, see schedule below. There will be an end of term TEAL symposium too.

Weds. October 6th 1-2pm (online only) - BOOK here

Welcome and introduction to the LDCU followed by a general support and discussion session related to all aspects of online teaching & learning.

Weds. October 20th 1-2pm (OC0.05 & online) - BOOK here

  • Guest Speaker: David Bather Woods (The Philosophy Teaching Exchange)
  • Academic Technology featured recipe: Turning a presentation into an online interactive slide show
  • Support, and discussion session.

Weds. November 3rd 1-2pm (OC0.05 & online) - BOOK here

  • Guest Speaker: Sara Hattersley (Delivering TfLO for PGRs)
  • Academic Technology featured recipe: Recording your screen to make a demonstration
  • Support, and discussion session

Weds. November 17th 1-2pm (OC0.05 & online) - BOOK here

  • Guest Speakers:
    Stefan Roesner (Whiteboards in Teams) & Ollie Turner (sharing online learning practice)
  • Academic Technology featured recipe: Creating online quizzes
  • Support, and discussion session

Weds. December 1st 1-2pm (OC0.05 & online) - BOOK here

  • Guest speaker sharing online learning practice (to be confirmed)
  • Academic Technology featured recipe: Using Padlet & Miro
  • Support, and discussion session

Weds December 8th 2-4pm (Location to be confirmed - Details to follow)

TEAL Symposium


LDCU Workshops

Academic Technology Training

Academic Development Programme (ADC)

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