CPED Staff Development Event for London Met Staff
As part of our Programme for Improving Student Outcomes (PISO), the University is introducing a CPD programme in Digital Learning & Teaching, run by CPED, aimed at refreshing and enhancing staff practice towards embedding in our courses activities that contribute to developing our students' digital capability. It is also an opportunity to discover and try out new ideas/approaches that could feed into UG course/module redesign and revalidation. This customisable programme is open to all interested staff, and is particularly recommended for Level 3 and Level 4 Module Leaders as we are looking to embed digital literacy as a key element in students' learning in the forthcoming course reviews.
You can participate by completing an eportfolio that documents your development. It entails undertaking (at least) four activities selected from 6 themes, involving the small-scale piloting and evaluation of digital L&T or assessment tasks. The programme will commence after Easter and participants should aim to complete it by end of September 2017. Students and/or academic peers can be engaged as pilot users. Participants could choose to work collaboratively in teams (e.g. from same course or subject area). As a rough estimate, each mini-pilot could involve 12-15 hours, done in smaller chunks at participants' own pace. The process will be supported via materials on WebLearn and advice from CPED staff.
Participants who wish to gain professional recognition may opt to submit their completed eportfolios for formal APEL assessment - in order to qualify for Associate Fellowship of the HEA and for a SEDA certificate (issued by the Staff & Educational Development Association).
To find out more, book to attend one of three briefing meetings.