Innovation Through Technology: Teaching, learning and assessment
Overview - Aims
The power of technology to enhance learning has been increasingly accepted by the majority of learning providers over the last 15 years. However, for many providers, it is only now that that the use of technology, both inside and outside the classroom, is becoming a critical feature of modern study programmes and curricula. Many providers struggle to understand the needs and expectations of a new generatio of 'digital natives' who are accessing their programmes. This session will help participants to critically evaluate the technology enhanced learning (TEL) landscape, the expectations of 21st century learners and the key drivers for learning providers.
This workshop delivered over one day will help you to:
Understand what is meant by key terms, such as technology enhanced learning (TEL), the ‘Net Gen’ and flipped learning
Self-assess your own TEL proficiency to inform personal action planning and further professional development
Experiment with using different active learning technologies
Evaluate the impact of the FELTAG report for providers and practitioners
Critically evaluate how providers are adapting the curriculum the harness blended and flipped learning opportunities
Discuss how existing City and Guilds products can help providers to personalise learning, challenge learners and make smart efficiencies
This event will create opportunities for you to work collaboratively, self-assess their current knowledge and practice and consider improvements where necessary.
Key themes covered:
Enhanced, blended and online learning
Delivery modes, models and ‘flipped learning’
Digital visitors and residents
Personal and institutional technologies
Living and learning technologies
Pedagogies for a digital age
Digital quotients (DQ)
Digital trends and ‘future-proofing’
Meeting provider priorities
Technology and the Ofsted Common Inspection Framework (CIF)
- This is an online self-assessment activity which will be emailed to you as part of your confirmation
- 10.00–10.30 Welcome, introductions, objectives
- 10.30–12.30 The 21st Century digital learning landscape
- 12.30–13.15 Lunch and reflections
- 13.15–14.15 National priorities - FELTAG and Ofsted
- 14.15–15.00 Meeting the needs of learners – TEL delivery models and examples of existing practice
- 15.00–15.30 Action planning for change
- 15.30–15.45 Reflections and evaluations
Who is this event aimed at?
What resources needed for the day?
Smart phone/ tablet and laptop
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We are centrally located and well served by a wide variety of public transport options.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
What is the refund policy?
Any cancellations must be notified to us at least 72 hours in advance for refunds to be made.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
That's fine - but to avoid any delay or confusion on the day it is best to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org so we know to expect another attendee.