SIG Meeting: Learning Design
Wednesday, June 27 1:15 PM-2:15 PM
The Learning Design SIG has the aim of promoting the discussion of Learning Design that is occurring now in the Higher Education community. This discussion will include high quality, proven practice examples of learning design being used now.
A key aim of the SIG is to engage with models of learning design currently being used or being proposed to meet the needs of 21st Century educators. Conceptual models, models of multimodal delivery, investigation of types of learning approaches, and learning design decision making models are among the topics to be discussed. This SIG will explore factors such as the composition of units of learning, guidelines for structured interactions, assessment tools and strategies, and preparing learning goals, objectives and outcomes. A final key aim of the SIG is to include the impact of the educator and the learner into the discussion regarding learning design.