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Unit 6 Intended Learning Outcomes

  1. design and develop an on-line or blended learning activity.  This will include the role of active learning, feedback and where appropriate peer-review and moderation. This will be underpinned by an understanding of established and emerging theory and practices. It will also include appropriate evaluation criteria
  2. critically analyse the scholarship of e-learning which contextualises the e-learning activity selected
  3. critically analyse a set of e-learning tools and the appropriate context of their use
  4. develop appropriate strategies to become an effective and efficient member of the academic community in the University of Bath aligned with Quality Assurance Codes of Practice.
  5. meet your personal and professional development needs in a systematic, effective and efficient way

Personal Development Planning for UNIT 6

This is a ongoing process throughout the duration of Unit 6. Your initial PDP will be modified as your progress through the programme, as your learning needs alter. You MUST include as a minimum the initial PDP (the one that is signed off after your first 2 weeks on the unit) in your unit 6 portfolio. You are encouraged to also include any subsequent version/s of this with a clear indication of what has been added, e.g. track changes, different font colour or a date for the new entry. This will be useful for demonstrating how you have engaged with supporting your own continuing professional development during the unit. Your learning needs at the start maybe very different to later on in the unit.

Try and indentify as a minimum one action for each ILO of Unit 6 for your initial PDP; you will add to this over the units duration.

  1. Identify your learning needs for the unit in relation the unit ILOs; what experience can you draw on either as a teacher in HE and/or your student experiences; what do you need to learn more about.
  2. Plan how will meet this need (give an idea of time lines and concrete actions, e.g. if you are going to attend a workshop – say which ones) and what evidence you will have to support this.
  3. Do - Carry out the plan and again note the evidence be it view of students or teaching observations or notes you draw on from attending workshops, teaching diary, or reading pedagogic literature – this will help you in writing the portfolio.
  4. Review - Record your evidence here. Write statements to demonstrate what learning you have developed over the duration of the unit. Make sure the statements give specific examples of what you have done, why you did it, and what you achieved. Think how you can use this evidence to support your reflective commentary (the main part of the portfolio).

In summary the process is captured below: (this has been split into the 4 sections on pages 4 onwards for you to fill out)

Identify

What do I need 'to learn'?



What previous experience can I draw on?



Plan

What will you do?



When will you do it?



Do

What did you do?





When did you do it and what evidence do you have?

Review

Write statements to demonstrate what learning you have developed from the identify, plan and do stages and what evidence will you put into your portfolio to demonstrate this?




 

For all 5 ILOs for Unit 6:

Identify

your learning needs for the unit in relation the unit ILOs; what experience can you draw on either as a teacher in HE and/or your student experiences; what do you need to find out more about.

What do I need 'to learn'?
























What previous experience can I draw on?





For all 5 ILOs for Unit 6:

Plan

After your initial discussion with your FLG adviser, write down a few actions that you will undertake in the next year that will help you support your learning of the ILOs for unit 6. Use the unit 6 handbook and LTEO workshops as a starter for this section.

What will you do?






















When will you do it? (what evidence might you collect for this?)






For all 5 ILOs for Unit 6:

Do

Write a list of everything that you have done to develop and support your learning for Unit 6, e.g. attending seminars, workshops, conferences or effective e-learning through readings etc. It is also a useful record for yourself to see how you're building you learning through out the duration of Unit 1.

What did you do?















When did you do it and what evidence do you have?



For all 5 ILOs for Unit 6:

Review

Record your evidence here.

Write statements to demonstrate what learning you have developed over the duration of the unit. Make sure the statements give specific examples of what you have done, why you did it, and what you achieved. Think how you can use this evidence to support your reflective commentary (the main part of the portfolio).






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