The Strategy

Strategy (still a work in progress)

Further research on social cognitive, humanist and connectivism learning theories is needed in order to develop detailed learning activities. However, the overarching strategy will include:

  • A strong focus on students working together (peer review/feedback etc.) using discussion forums (or similar) as they work through project based activities. It is important that this peer engagement provides the opportunity for multiple feedback sessions to learners as they work from draft to finalise project.
  • Observable examples/exemplars are always present to help students understand learning goals (modelling).
  • As students move through the course, learning activities promote the development of  their own Personal Learning Environment of groups, communities, and global networks.
  • statement about skill acquisition

Learning Theories

Learning Science

Evaluation of Learning