This is one of two practical workshops, the second of which will be held in the spring term.
The aim of this workshop is to give colleagues the opportunity to find out how learning technologies are effective in supporting staff and learners in Sussex and Hampshire colleges. It showcases three of the eight learning technology projects FE Sussex has managed over the past six months. Each project is presented by the teacher who has taken the lead in devising and implementing it. Colleagues attending will also have the opportunity to discuss how other colleges and their peers use learning technologies.
|1||0900||Refreshments on arrival||All|
|2||0930||Welcome and objectives of the morning||Tim Strickland
Consultant CEO FE Sussex
|3||0935||Learning Technologies in action – Digital Badging
An introduction to the concept and its purpose
Digital badging is one way of recording the achievements of a student. Learners using them have shown improved motivation and achievement across a range of subjects.
|Alice Copp, Teaching and Learning Coordinator, Eastleigh College|
|4||1000||Learning Technologies in action – Virtual reality and blended learning
||James Maltby, Virtual Learning Environment Developer, Plumpton College|
|5||1025||Learning Technologies in action – Teachers’ Takeaway
||Dom Thompson, HE Manager, South Downs College
|1050||Refreshment break and networking|
What does JISC do for FE colleges and what can it do for yours?
|Rachel Leech, JISC Account Manager, SE|
|7||1130||Learning Technology in your college
How do you use learning technologies to improve teaching and learning in your college? A peer group exchange of information with the aim of learning good and effective practices which currently work in colleges
|1210||Q&A and summary|