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LSBU LD Festival: Curriculum Coalition

Writing a chunky learning outcome for Level 3 referencing

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Niki Lambropoulos
13 May 2010

Writing a chunky learning outcome for Level 3

Target students group: English may not be students' first language (variety of students)

  • Different ways of delivering educational material
  • Different ways of engagement
  • Same level of outcomes for everyone
  • Knowledge: Locate: resources
  • Comprehension: search, explain and compare information relevant to the learning object, task and activity
  • relate information verbally and in written form on a blog or wiki
  • identify bullet points (key concepts)
  • writing abstracts

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Another approach to learning design is the macro- and micro-scripts in computer supported collaborative learning. They fit in the learning design, the macro script to describe the organisation convergence of activities and the micro on a cognitive level> http://www.springerlink.com/content/9q14234gx52x1784/

Niki Lambropoulos
06:26 on 14 May 2010

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Referencing Level 3 paper prototype as a storyboard

Referencing Level 3 paper prototype as a storyboard

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LSBU LD Festival: Curriculum Coalition team working with Rebecca

LSBU LD Festival: Curriculum Coalition team working with Rebecca

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Referencing Level 3 Learning design on Compendium

Referencing Level 3 Learning design on Compendium

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Paul Carden is presenting The Curriculum Coalition team project

Paul Carden is presenting The Curriculum Coalition team project

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Gráinne Conole
3:01pm 13 May 2010


Hey nice pictures! Looks like a great event!

Niki Lambropoulos
8:19pm 13 May 2010 (Edited 6:27am 14 May 2010)


thank you Grainne! It was extremely well organised :-)

Rebecca Galley
7:50am 14 May 2010


Hi Niki, this is such an excellent record of the day and your design thinking processes. Please, please share your ideas and representations as the design evolves over the next few months - it's so interesting :-)

Niki Lambropoulos
7:59am 14 May 2010 (Edited 8:00am 14 May 2010)


-the group design processes ;-)

ok, but in waht ways this activity will continue? I am not aware of this process..

Rebecca Galley
8:07am 14 May 2010


Yeah - 'you' plural :-)

Please speak to Ruth if you would like any more face to face events (likely to be smaller more focused). Use Cloudworks to work on the design collaboratively and mail me if I can help the process in anyway (ie happy to offer my services as critical friend).

Niki Lambropoulos
8:10am 14 May 2010


Thank you Rebecca!

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