ABC Learning Design in SOCSI – Part 2 | Dylunio Dysgu ABC yn SOCSI – Rhan 2

by Hannah O’Brien

Hannah is a Learning Technologist within the School of Social Sciences

The first part of this blog is available here.

Reviewing what we’d done

Next, we went back to our Learning Types Activity Graphs (or cards for Session 2!) to review what we’d done. In the practice session, we used the Learning Outcomes and graphs from the start of the session in tandem, drawing a new graph to compare what we’d aimed to achieve and what we had designed, in order to judge whether we’d reached the learning outcomes. In Session 1, this was more difficult, as not only did we not have learning outcomes to refer to, but our initial graph had been done with the whole module in mind, whereas we’d ended up designing just a small part of the module in detail. This ultimately meant that we couldn’t compare the graphs. In the end, we just had a general conversation about how happy we were with the distribution of learning types, which actually led the module team to include more ‘practice’ in their approach.

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