Course Materials

The course comprises six weeks plus an ‘induction’ week when participants get to experiment and explore how the course works. Each module is designed to consist of a set of learning resources and activities, including a one-hour live webinar.

Week w/c Theme Title Lead
0 28th April 2014 Induction Expectations, Familiarisation and Practice
Guidance | If you do one thing | Webinar | TEL Explorer | Badges
David Jennings
1 5th May 2014 Conception — foundational questions — the Who and Why of TEL Concepts and strategies for learning technology
Guidance | If you do one thing | Webinar | TEL Explorer | Badges
Maren Deepwell & Phil Tubman
2 12th May 2014 Understanding learners and learning
Guidance | If you do one thing | Webinar | TEL Explorer | Badges
Keith Smyth
3 19th May 2014 Design — methods and tools — the How of TEL Materials, platforms and technologies
Guidance | If you do one thing | Webinar | TEL Explorer | Badges
James Kerr
Study Week

Study Week

4 2nd June 2014 Support, feedback and assessment
Guidance | If you do one thing | Webinar | TEL Explorer | Badges
Linda Creanor
5 9th June 2014 Implementation — leadership and review — the practice of TEL Leadership, management and keeping on track
Guidance | If you do one thing | Webinar | TEL Explorer | Badges
Julie Voce & Brian Boullier
6 16th June 2014 Enhancement, review and evaluation
Guidance | If you do one thing | Webinar | TEL Explorer | Badges
Peter Hartley

4 responses to Course Materials

  1. This page is really helpful for a visual learner like me

  2. Yes, I like it too.
    Is there a calendar with an ical URL I could copy in my calendar service?
    That would be extremely useful too, because I like to have everything together at the start of the start, and throughout the day too.
    Thanks.

    • We do have individual iCal files for each of the webinars but were you thinking of am iCal feed?

      • Yes, that’s right, a feed thanks to an iCal URL i can copy in my calendar app.
        The issue with individual iCal files is that the user has to know the new file is out there to collect it, which seems counter-intuitive, whereas, with the feed, the information reaches out to the user, doesn’t it?