Students as agents of change: Experiences of co-producing a mini OOC

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    Students as agents of change: Experiences of co-producing a mOOC

    Natalie Laerty & Annalisa Manca University of Dundee

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    The tale of our evolving journey supporFng students to develop open online learning

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    Dundee School of Medicine - strong tradiFon of supporFng peer-led learning approaches & peer tutoring

  • Learning resources developed as part of student self-proposed student selected component (SSC) projects Integrated into teaching

  • Peer learning in Web 2.0 World DundeePRN Developed by students supported by sta

  • Issues of professionalism, responsibility for content, interprofessional working and eecFve collaboraFon have all come to the fore for the group. Overall, we rmly believe that developing student-led e-learning and online professionalism can provide an avenue through which young professionals can develop lifelong learning skills, experience conFnuing professional development and learn and work in a professional community.

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    Community of pracFce in learning began to develop Students Teachers EducaFonalists Ed Technologists

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    Success can lead to problems and frustraFons

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    Student interest and enthusiasm can come in waves

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    Time reinvenFng wheels

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    How could we develop a sustainable approach to supporFng students as producers of learning?

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    HEA Project Students as partners in the curriculum

  • JISC 2009 Students should play a role in working with teachers to develop teaching and learning delivery by working in partnership with them.

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    Concept: co-create a series of mini open online courselets to develop the skills of a digital teacher supported by open badges

  • Copyright IntroducFon to copyright issues, CreaFve Commons, paFent consent etc

    Managing resources

    Presenta3ons/ Learning design

    Developing online activities

    Formative assessment

    Feedback

    Accessibility, usability fonts, colour schemes CogniFve load, mulFmedia design principles Running a Twi]er chat, using a blog to support learning acFviFes

    How to write a good assessment quesFons, eg MCQs

    IncorporaFng feedback into your learning resource/acFvity and dierent forms of feedback

    Searching for resources, managing & curaFng resources

    Proposed mini OOC topics

  • Content for each OOC co-created with students and alpha tested with students

  • Beta version hosted on WordPress

  • ITERATIVE CYCLES: tesFng and rening

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    DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES

  • SSC The doctor as a digital teacher Opportunity to test and evaluate mini OOC topics

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    ExploraFon and discussion of general educaFonal principles, which serve as a basis for the development of any digital teaching acFvity

  • Developing online activities

    Formative assessment

    Feedback

    Running a Twi]er chat, using a blog to support learning acFviFes

    How to write a good assessment quesFons, eg MCQs

    IncorporaFng feedback into your learning resource/acFvity and dierent forms of feedback

    TESTING mini OOC topics

    Copyright IntroducFon to copyright issues, CreaFve Commons, paFent consent etc

    Managing resources

    Presenta3ons/ Learning design

    Accessibility, usability fonts, colour schemes CogniFve load, mulFmedia design principles

    Searching for resources, managing & curaFng resources

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    OBSERVATION AND ANALYSIS

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  • ITERATIVE CYCLES: tesFng and rening

  • 2015

    TesFng with sta: mini OOC topics as part of an online CPD course

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    Things weve learned on this latest leg of our journey

    REFLECTION

  • AssumpFons Students are not all digital maestros

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    Need to run sessions on how to set up a blog before we run the mini OOCs with students and sta in the open

  • Encouraging reecFve pracFce

  • EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS h]p://www.ickr.com/photos/naturewise/6219571665/

  • (Siemens 2005; Sandars 2009)

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  • All 5 students asked to conFnue the experience by developing 4th Year Projects and keen to contribute to further development of the mini OOCs and be mentors

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    @nlaerty n.t.laerty@dundee.ac.uk

    @annalisamanca a.manca@dundee.ac.uk