Collection: Discussing Digital Pedagogies

Discussing Digital Pedagogies - 2

by John Jackson
Tags: digital, digital pedagogy, pedagogy. digital pedagogies

Listen to UAL academics discuss how they and their students are extending teaching and learning into online spaces.

Developing research skills and reflective practice on Foundation

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In conversation with:

Georgia Steele, Programme Leader; Tim Meara Curriculum Co-ordinator Teaching and learning themes: research skills, reflective practice. Course name, level - Foundation College - Central Saint Martins Student numbers - 600 Digital Space(s) used and discussed: Workflow

Key quotes: “we quickly recognised the potential (of Workflow) as a space for critical practice and writing …” “ now pretty strong evidence to support more international students getting higher grades now because of the ways in which they are now working …”

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Delivering a low residency post graduate course to international students

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In conversation with:

Tim Morgan, Learning Technologist Teaching and learning themes: low residency; synchronous and asynchronous online learning; international collaboration Course name, level – MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise - Level 7 College – Central Saint Martins Student numbers – 50 (35 in Hong Kong; 15 in London) Digital Space(s) used and discussed: Moodle +

Additional links: Prezi overview Tim Morgan presents at MUGGL (Moodle User Group Greater London) Key quotes:  "We’re very keen on the human contact and in creating a sense of community";  "This Masters Course is much more about business, theory; the art world - you are not tied to a particular building or space"; "This course is the interface between us and the students - it has to be a great experience; there’s been a lot of effort put in to meet that!"; "This is an expanding area for the university".  

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