Proposal Title

Learning Design Framework: A Foundation for Practice

Presentation Type

Long (40 minute) synchronous

Start Date

16-2-2021 1:50 PM

End Date

16-2-2021 2:30 PM

Proposal Abstract

We all found ourselves in a situation far beyond the usual in the spring of 2020. At TRU, we came together as a community to learn from each other formally and informally, perhaps enjoying some lemonade along the way. Much of this collective learning revolved around course delivery, course design, and how to best facilitate learning at a distance. In this session, Open Learning instructional designers share their Learning Design Framework, a collaborative guide highlighting caring, openness, connectedness, and active learning, core values which are at the foundation of their professional practice. Together with practical tips about how to incorporate these values into your courses – virtual or face to face – the designers will also speak to guidelines and expectations that accompany the development of online courses in Open Learning. The classroom will be transformed by the COVID pandemic. This session puts the learner and our shared humanity in the forefront, putting aside the modes of delivery, inviting participants to consider which learning and teaching strategies matter most, with or without walls.

Statement

In this session, Open Learning instructional designers share their Learning Design Framework, a collaborative guide highlighting core values and expectations that inform their professional practice, with or without walls.

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Feb 16th, 1:50 PM Feb 16th, 2:30 PM

Learning Design Framework: A Foundation for Practice

We all found ourselves in a situation far beyond the usual in the spring of 2020. At TRU, we came together as a community to learn from each other formally and informally, perhaps enjoying some lemonade along the way. Much of this collective learning revolved around course delivery, course design, and how to best facilitate learning at a distance. In this session, Open Learning instructional designers share their Learning Design Framework, a collaborative guide highlighting caring, openness, connectedness, and active learning, core values which are at the foundation of their professional practice. Together with practical tips about how to incorporate these values into your courses – virtual or face to face – the designers will also speak to guidelines and expectations that accompany the development of online courses in Open Learning. The classroom will be transformed by the COVID pandemic. This session puts the learner and our shared humanity in the forefront, putting aside the modes of delivery, inviting participants to consider which learning and teaching strategies matter most, with or without walls.