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The slides that I have used for my Day 3 presentation at King Saud Univerisity on the 11th of Sept 2013.

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  • 1. Dr Palitha Edirisingha Institute of Learning Innovation University of Leicester, UK College of Education King Saud University Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 11 Sept 2013

2. From an idea to delivering Proposal Management Delivery Students and teachers 3. Developing a new Masters level programme: a 7-step process Initial concept Early decisions Outline Business Plan / Academic Rationale Approval Process (FSPDC) Further Market Testing Advertising and Applications Final Approval (PDC) 4. MSc Learning Innovation Distance Learning (2 years) Campus-Based (1 year) 5. Programme characteristics Full-time (from Oct 2014) Distance, Part-time (from Feb 2014) Campus-based Distance Full-time Part-time One year Two years Two modules (courses) per Term One module per Term 35 40 learning hours a week 14+ learning hours a week 180 credits 180 credits 1,350 learning hours 1,350 learning hours Home/EU: 5,010 International: 11,965 Home/EU: 6,260 International: 8,160 6. Module 1: Technology Enhanced Learning (30 credits) Module 2: Learning Design for the 21st Century (30 credits) Module 3: Research Design and Methods (30 credits) Module 4: Learning Innovation Case Studies (30 credits) Module 5: Dissertation Research Project (60 credits) MSc LI DL programme Modules 7. Module 1: Technology Enhanced Learning (30 credits) Module 2: Learning Design for the 21st Century (30 credits) Module 3: Research Design and Methods (30 credits) Module 4: Learning Innovation Case Studies (30 credits) Module 5: Dissertation Research Project (60 credits) CERTIFICATE in Learning Innovation (Modules 1 and 2 = 60 credits) DIPLOMA in Learning Innovation (Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 = 120 credits) MSc in Learning Innovation (all 5 modules) MSc LI DL programme structure Feb 2014 May 2014 Oct 2014 Jan 2015 Jun 2014 Sept 2014 Jun 2015 Jan 2015 Feb 2014 May 2014 8. Module 1: Technology Enhanced Learning (30 credits) Module 2: Learning Design for the 21st Century (30 credits) Module 3: Research Design and Methods (30 credits) Module 4: Case Studies of Learning Innovation (30 credits) Module 5: Dissertation Research Project (60 credits) Oct Dec 2014 Jan Apr 2015 May Sept 2015 CERTIFICATE in Learning Innovation (Modules 1 and 2 = 60 credits) DIPLOMA in Learning Innovation (Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 = 120 credits) MSc in Learning Innovation (all 5 modules) MSc in Learning Innovation structure of the full-time programme 9. Course aims Intended learning outcomes Topics Learners personal goals and needs Actual learning outcomes Learning activitiesTeaching activities and assessment The principal contextual factors influencing the design of teaching and learning (Laurillard, 2012, p. 65) TEACHERS LEARNERS 10. Credits Qualification Requirements Pre-requisites Motivation Approaches Course aims Intended learning outcomes Topics Logistics Motivations Expectations Knowledge Skills Learners personal goals and needs Actual learning outcomes Learning activitiesTeaching activities and assessment The principal contextual factors influencing the design of teaching and learning (Laurillard, 2012, p. 65) TEACHERS LEARNERS 11. Designing for learning Learning outcomes Learning and teaching Assessment Biggs (2003) Constructive Alignment Learning 12. Considerations in design a module for distance learning 225 learning hours 14 weeks 14 hours per week 30 credits, and allowing for: - catch-up time - synchronous activities 13. Considerations in developing module specifications Matching: - Learning outcomes - Assessments - Activities, and - Content / topics to be learned 14. Module: Research Design and Methods Learning outcomes Teaching/learning methods Student workload Assessment 15. Module: Research Design and Methods Learning outcomes Teaching/learning methods Student workload Assessment (= 6,000 words) (= 225 hours) 16. Learning outcomes By the end of this module, successful participants will be able to: 1. develop researchable research questions 2. critically appraise the strengths and weaknesses of a range of research designs, methodologies and methods applicable to learning innovations research 3. evaluate the use of key data gathering and analysis methods 4. develop a suitable research proposal in the field of learning innovation to be carried out as part of their dissertation research project module. 17. Assessment components 1. A 'digital poster' (or equivalent artefact) with a 'narrative' illustrating choices made on research design, methodology and methods for a chosen research project in the field of learning innovation. 2. A research proposal on the study of a chosen topic of a learning innovation initiative 18. Teaching/learning methods Designed according to the 7C approach to learning design Well-designed learning activities using both synchronous and asynchronous, to be carried out online (e.g.., discussion boards and wikis on Blackboard, blogs) that are moderated by tutors and peers Recorded teaching material by the course team (videos, podcasts, narrated slides and lecture notes) Podcasts produced by international experts Open Educational Resources (OERs) videos on YouTube, lectures on iTunesU Social networking tools (e.g., Cloudworks) for learners to share and discuss their learning artefacts Tutorials with the personal tutor for the duration of the module 19. Developing content and learning activities: The 7Cs of Learning Design Conceptualise Vision CommunicateCapture ConsiderCollaborate Activities Combine Synthesis Consolidate Implementation http://www2.le.ac.uk/projects/oer/oers/beyond-distance-research-alliance/7Cs-toolkit 20. Thank you. pe27@le.ac.uk