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Beginner Level

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Approx. 24 hours to complete
English

What you will learn

  • Basic theoretical-methodological tools such as Constructive Alignment and the Learning Innovation Network

  • Pedagogical frameworks of the active learning methodology

  • New assessment strategies

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Beginner Level

No recommended Background

Approx. 24 hours to complete
English

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Politecnico di Milano

Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

Week
1

Week 1

3 hours to complete

Why Learning Innovation

3 hours to complete
3 videos (Total 14 min), 8 readings, 2 quizzes
3 videos
What we mean by Learning Innovation7m
From speaker to designer6m
8 readings
How this course work10m
Let's think about it together10m
The words of Learning Innovation10m
Infographics - Learning Innovation10m
What do you think?10m
Infographic - teacher as designer10m
From speaker to designer: what do you think?10m
WEEK 1 - Bibliography10m
2 practice exercises
Anticipation test30m
Week 1 - Final Take Away Quiz30m
Week
2

Week 2

3 hours to complete

The Intended Learning Outcomes

3 hours to complete
4 videos (Total 28 min), 7 readings, 3 quizzes
4 videos
The intended learning outcomes5m
The Dublin descriptors6m
Bloom's Taxonomies8m
7 readings
Infographic - Constructive Alignment - J.B. Biggs10m
Infographics - The Intended Learning Outcomes10m
Peer Evaluation - the Intended Learning Outcomes10m
Infographic - Dublin Descriptors10m
Infographics - Bloom's Taxonomies10m
What do you think? Extending Bloom’s taxonomy to the digital world10m
WEEK 2 - Bibliography10m
3 practice exercises
What do you remember? Constructive Alignment30m
What do you remember? The Intended Learning Outcomes30m
Week 2 - Final Take Away Quiz30m
Week
3

Week 3

5 hours to complete

The Assessment

5 hours to complete
6 videos (Total 56 min), 11 readings, 3 quizzes
6 videos
The key principles of assessment 10m
Tests7m
Criteria and indicators9m
The crucial role of feedback9m
Involving students in the assessment8m
11 readings
Infographic - Formative and Summative Assessment10m
Coffee break - how do you assess?10m
Infographic - Constructive Alignment and Assessment10m
Infographic - What kind of test?10m
Infographics - Assessment rubrics10m
Infographic - the features of an effective feedback10m
Focus - Feedback10m
Focus - the Feedback Toolkit10m
Infographic - Peer Assessment / Self Assessment10m
Your idea - Involving students in the assessment10m
WEEK 3 - Bibliography10m
3 practice exercises
What do you remember? Intended Learning Outcomes and Assessment30m
What do you remember? Criteria, indicators, values30m
Week 3 - Final Take Away Quiz30m
Week
4

Week 4

5 hours to complete

The Pedagogical Frameworks

5 hours to complete
9 videos (Total 51 min), 11 readings, 4 quizzes
9 videos
Orienting ourselves among pedagogical theories8m
Gagné and learning events7m
Inquiry based learning5m
Problem based learning4m
Kolb's cycle4m
Social Learning5m
Networked Learning5m
Flipped Classroom5m
11 readings
Infographic - Gagné's learning events10m
Infographic - Inquiry based learning10m
Infographic - Problem based learning10m
Infographic - Kolb's cycle10m
Infographic - Social Learning10m
Infographic - Networked Learning10m
Infographic - Flipped classroom10m
Focus - Flipped classroom10m
What do you think? Flipped classroom10m
Peer Assessment - Pedagogical frameworks10m
WEEK 4 - Bibliography10m
4 practice exercises
What do you remember? Three different perspectives30m
What do you remember? Pedagogical models 130m
Infographic - Networked Learning30m
Week 4 - Final Take Away Quiz30m

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