As the title of this post suggests, this blog is now taking a shift from the main aim of discussing theories and practice of Designing for Flexible Learning Practice, to Constructing Courses to Enhance Learning. This is the next paper I am taking at Otago Polytechnic on their Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Learning and Teaching.
I decided to keep using this blog for this new paper, as its aims and themes move directly on from some of the things i was looking at in Designing for Flexible Learning Practice. So I may refer back to some of the posts I have made already and now I will get a chance to expand on them and go a little bit further into the theories behind some of the practice.
From what I understand of this course it is a little more practical in moving towards an actual design of a course. This is great! In the last paper I got to the stage of developing a Course Scope Document but no further, hopefully this course will allow me to build on that document and action some of the ideas I had.
That’s a quick introduction from me…I’m off to have a look around blackboard and see who else is on the course and get on with the first activity. – rachel