- About CPD4HE
- Project Team
- Project Blog
- Team Area
- Assessment and feedback to students
- Academic Literacies
- Learning, Teaching and Technologies
- Research-Teaching Relationships
- Quality in Higher Education
- Values in Higher Education
- Designing and Planning Teaching
- Designing and Planning a Teaching Session
- Designing the Curriculum
- Skills in Higher Education
- Author(s): Dr Clive Young
- Title: Designing and Planning Teaching
- Subject: HE - Education
- Keywords: UKOER, UKPSF, OMAC, CPD4HE, lesson planning, constructive alignment, learning outcomes, learning technologies, TEL, e-learning, design
- Language(s): English
- Material type(s): Text, Presentation
- File format(s): ZIP, HTML, PDF, DOC, PPT
- File size: Various
- Publish Date: 31 October 2011
- Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA
The PowerPoint presentation was used in an introductory
workshop. The workshop considered some basic approaches to planning teaching
sessions, with an emphasis on teaching and learning in a technology-rich environment.
This was part of the first module of a
Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Some participants were early career lecturers
or teaching fellows but the cohort also included research staff and research
students, who had a more limited teaching role. The slides summarise the topics covered and
the activities undertaken by the students.
The Notes pages contain Clive Young’s comments on the session, together with brief comments on the readings that are referred to in the presentation. Three short videos were used in the session and the code for embedding these is also included in the Notes.
In this unit there is also a link to a collection of ‘Moodle mini-guides’, which may provide a useful starting point for those developing moodle support materials in their own institutions.
Designing and Planning Teaching by Dr Clive Young is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.
Based on a work at www.ucl.ac.uk.
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