Category: clickers

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TEL in the dock

Launching in October 2015,  our Law degree (https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/criminologyandsociology/prospectivestudents/undergraduate/courseinformation.aspx) explores the fundamental principles of justice, equity and equality within the framework of English and European law.
The newly validated and surprisingly popular Royal Holloway LLB demands innovative approaches to teaching, learning, and assessment.  This in turn provides great opportunities for piloting, evaluating, and embedding Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) from the get go, without the obstacles which are present and often entrenched in existing programmes.  ‘E-Learning Carte Blanche’ is a new experience for both the teaching and e-learning teams, while we have in place a Faculty Administrator who is progressive and supportive in their approach to digitising the administration of programme delivery.
We’re planning to use Turning Technologies Clickers to facilitate in-class interactivity, polls & tests, while our Panopto/RePlay service will support the capture of both lectures and student presentations.  Our GradeMark service – integrated with Moodle – will be used to provide rich, timely and legible feedback to our students.  
 
We will begin with supporting the creation of large question banks of challenging, legal multiple choice questions.   Those who dispute the value (read: difficulty) of MCQs should have a look at these examples: http://www.criminal-law.co.uk/pdf/cpd/15/BarCPD2.pdf

We will provide updates on our decisions, progress and impact as we work with our new law colleagues.

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E-Learning themes

Themes with which we can approach the:

    • re-design of the website

    • development of Moodle support course-space, help-sheets, case studies

    • focus of e-learning development/training sessions

    • various committees


Some ideas – to which you are invited to add, expand upon, question and critique

Teaching Large groups

    • Audience Response Systems

    • Moodle Groups tools

    • Moodle Fora/Wikis

    • Online submission of formative assessment

    • Peer-marking in Moodle Wikis/Fora or in Turnitin’s Peermark tool


Feedback & Assessment
    • Audience Response Systems

    • Audio feedback (generic for whole group on specific assignments)

    • Video feedback

    • Online quizzes/tests/assignments in Moodle

    • Gradebook online distributed marking in Turnitin

    • Use of Twitter and other social media to support feed-forward and feedback

    • Peer-marking in Moodle Wikis/Fora or in Turnitin’s Peermark tool


Employability

    • Working in virtual groups – Moodle Fora/Wikis

    • Advanced use of IT

    • Social Media

    • Information Literacy


Academic integrity

    • Integrated use of Plagiarism resources in Moodle

    • Customisation & development of Moodle-based resources

    • Joint-approach to issue with EDT/ADT and Faculties

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E-Learning presentations from the RHUL Learning At Work Day

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Clickers – updated webpage and case study

Please find updated information on clickers / Audience Response Systems here:
http://www.rhul.ac.uk/registry/educational-development/e-learning/technologies/clickers/clickers-overview.html

A case study of the use of clickers in Psychology lectures has also been published online:
http://www.rhul.ac.uk/registry/educational-development/e-learning/case-studies/case-study-clickers.pdf

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