Brunel Business School Team B - At a glance course mapBrunel Business School Team B - At a glance course map
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Pedagogical Profiler _ BBS Team BPedagogical Profiler _ BBS Team B
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Comment 1 by weifeng chen
9:33am 9 November 2009
good morning BBS B, have a nice day.
Comment 2 by weifeng chen
10:03am 9 November 2009
How to ruin a course:
- poor / unclear study guide
- unclear asessment
- poor aim and objectives for the module
- learning outcomes do not match aim and objectives
- poor timing / allocation of lectures / seminars, length excessive
- no e-discusion board / feedback
- old / out-of-date material / references
- poor / boring material, delivery
- lack of support (coaching, )
- lack of communication amongst teaching team
- unavailibility of teaching material
- high tutor/lecturer ratio
- bad timekeeping by lecturers
- poor acoutics/sound projection
- poor / no interaction between tutor and students
Comment 3 by Gráinne Conole
3:27pm 9 November 2009
Very exciting to see your visual design!
Comment 4 by Sue Collins
3:28pm 9 November 2009
Overal it looks like a good short course
Does the balance of the pedagogical profiler match that in the At A Glance, e.g. the communication element?
Seems like a really interesting subject though
Comment 5 by Gráinne Conole
3:38pm 9 November 2009 (Edited 7:05pm 9 November 2009)
The idea of the ped profile is to enable you to map out the different kinds of task the students do. The at a glance map provides an overview on one sheet of a course in terms of the three broad things learners are doing, i.e.
- Information and experience
- Communication and interaction
- Thinking and reflection
and then the support they receive
- Guidance and support
and the way they are assessed
- Evidence and demonstration
These can be mixed and matched acoss the specific tasks in the ped profile in different ways. So the two views are complementary and give you different takes on aspects of the design, Hope this helps.
Comment 6 by Giota Alevizou
3:49pm 9 November 2009
Great designs. As it appears from the pedagogical profiler, you aim to make the course quite interactional. Maybe this need to a be slightly more transparent in the module map.
Comment 7 by Santanu Vasant
9:17pm 9 November 2009 (Edited 9:18pm 9 November 2009)
Ah, you put a stop in - I forgot that! This is a really good visualisation of a module. It's interesting to see this representation as opposed to the textual ones that we in the e-Learning team (via our SharePoint site's Document Archive) and students see. I really think a lot of the students would like something like this when they first start a module - an overview or so in this format. It's always good to give students a 'road map'.
Comment 8 by Rebecca Galley
10:09am 10 November 2009
When these CompendiumLD maps are worked up they are a really useful tool - documents and websites/resources can be linked to in the map so a learner could work their way through some learning entirely guided by the map.
Comment 9 by Natalie Parnis
10:38am 10 November 2009
It has been a pleasure working with the BBS (B) team as a critical friend/cloudwork buddy. I think the idea of having an external team member working on each team has really worked in our case. It would be interesting to see this short course being implemented now and delivered to student.....