Be Your Own Phoenix: Rapid Co-design
Date Thursday, Dec 3 Time –
Education Alchemists Ltd, UK
Professor Gilly Salmon, PhD, PFHEA, NTF. is CEO & Principal Consultant. She has 30 years’ experience at senior levels, in universities in the UK and Australia. She has initiated, strategized, implemented & completed significant institutional change. Her experience & background includes the UK Open University as well as Associate Dean (Online) & Pro Vice-Chancellor roles in research-intensive and in vocational institutions.
She recently spent two years as academic director at an Online Programme Management company. Gilly Salmon is now an Adjunct Professor at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, & Visiting Professor at Edge Hill University, close to Liverpool, UK.
See her web site www.gillysalmon.com
Could you design and prototype high-quality fully remote courses in one day? Yes, if-
- you get the right people there,
- know great well researched learning frameworks
- acquire a structured design methodology
The ‘Phoenix’ workshop based on the Carpe Diem methodology will enable you to acquire the core concepts of the method and practice with others.
11:00 Start of workshop, Form groups, Create storyboards
13:00 E-tivities prototyping
15:45 Review & presentations
17:15 End of workshop
- Knowledge of a well-rehearsed methodology for engaging others to work together to design an online course
- Understanding of the deployment of researched frameworks for students’ success
- Acquisition and practice of visual and enjoyable techniques for thinking about future learning
Who Will Benefit Most from Taking Part?
- Academics and faculty responsible for transitioning their courses to online
- Learning designers and developers responsible for supporting transition to online
- Academic developers exploring how to support others to transition
- Leaders looking to transformation of their department and their students learning
Anyone with knowledge of education in their discipline or profession.
PLEASE NOTE: As seats are limited to encourage interaction, you will need to pre-register for this workshop on the conference registration form.
Prior to the workshop, you will receive an information message with practical information in order to prepare for the workshop (preparation-work is around one hour to practice with Miro and to watch 3 short videos about the learning design method).