EEE726 - Digital Learning, Design and Assessment
|Year:||2019 unit information|
Trimester 3: Cloud (online)*
|Corequisite:||Must be enrolled in course E575, E598 or E798|
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This unit examines principles and theories of digital learning, including the role of digital technologies in contemporary educational contexts. A broad range of digital learning strategies are presented through case studies to analyse how these approaches are aligned with learning outcomes, assessment and learning activities. Specific attention is given to the use of digital learning strategies that promote active, equitable and personally engaging learning experiences for learners from diverse backgrounds. Participants are asked to design and reflect on a digital learning intervention for their own professional context which demonstrates their understanding of relevant educational theories. Participants reflect on their own practice and also provide peer feedback to other participants enrolled in the unit, in order to develop critical thinking and evaluative judgement skills.
Assessment 1 (Individual) - Digital Learning intervention plan (2500 words or equivalent) - 50%
Assessment 2 (Individual, with Group Component) - Professional practice action plan (2500 words or equivalent) - 50%
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