Date(s) - 21/06/2018 - 23/08/2018
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
LX.lab Workshop CB06.04.020
Reworking subject outlines to fit with the goals of the Learning.Futures framework has become more onerous than it actually is. Academics who have used the learning futures adjuncts over the past 18 months have found the process more straight forward than expected. It’s a great opportunity to revitalise your subjects and re-look at what your course is about. Seeing if your ambitions are being clearly communicated to students.
Ultimately, the subject outline is more than a contract that details assessments and identifies key dates. It is the primary document that allows students to understand and appreciate what you are offering them. To support you think or rethink your subject outlines Dr George Catsi is offering a series of workshops. These workshops are aimed at those of you who are dealing with the process for the first time, or completing modifications requested in the previous peer reviewing process. While these sessions will help you meet the base level expectations required of certification, they will serve equally as a Learning.Futures refresher course.
Designed specifically for DAB staff this 2 hour workshop works through:
- the basic requirements that all subject outlines should have
- how to use student friendly clear language and descriptions
- ensuring key markers are in place e.g. assessment deadlines
- cross checking that subject outlines match assessment briefs and other supporting documents.
- ideas for introducing more learning futures teaching into your programme
- having the outline be compliant.
The overall objective is to ensure the subject outline satisfies all the compulsory content it must provide, whilst explaining it in student friendly language. Note that all subjects have to have gone through compliance.
Please bring to the workshop a subject outline that you want to work on. Please select ONE date from the booking form below to secure your place.
Any enquiries to:
Dr George Catsi
DAB Learning Futures Project Manager