Wednesday 27th January, 12-1pm, S10: Module Design — Make Your Succeed a Better Place
Building a module in Succeed where the content is easy for the students to navigate is not as straight-forward as it might first appear. This session looks at some easy wins:
- Using Content Areas affectively
- Naming Content and the Description area
- Use of the Table of Content (left-hand menu/navigation)
Sarah Grayston, e-Learning Developer
Thursday 28th January, 1-2pm, S10: Enhancing conversations using Talking Mats
Talking Mats is a visual card sort tool that is highly effective in enabling students to express their views or plan and organise their thinking.
This session will look at ways in which staff in the Career Development Centre have been working with the Talking Mats team who created the tool to research its uses in a Higher Education setting and will explore it’s potential uses for Personal Tutors, Advisers of Study and its scope for use to great effect in teaching sessions, seminars and tutorials.
Elaine Watson, CDC
Friday 29th January, 1-2pm, S10: Qwizdom – Engaging Learners
Transform the classroom into learning environment that engages students and improves understanding. Qwizdom works with mobile phones (QVR) and clickers (we have 50) and integrates with PowerPoint to provide immediate feedback/grading/performance tracking. Come along and find out how it works.
Simon Booth, e-Learning Manager
Monday 1st February, 1-2pm, S10: Engaging employers in the curriculum
Research underpinning the development of employability in higher education places high importance on the value of employer engagement. This applies to both vocational and non-vocational subjects alike. This session will explore the different forms of employer engagement and how to progress their development in the curriculum.
Pam Crawford/Lesley Grayburn, CDC
Thursday 4th February: 1-2pm, S10: Quizzes/Surveys
The session will look at the Tests, Surveys and Pools area of Succeed. Users will be shown how to set up a test or a survey and how to add questions to it. An explanation of the available question types will be given. The session will also cover how to edit the settings for a test or survey so it is made available to the relevant users at the relevant time, including how to set up exceptions for AAA students who require more time to complete their assessments. An explanation will also be given of the question pool, and how to add questions to this pool, and how to select questions from the pool to add to tests and surveys.
Steve Boulton, e-Learning Developer
Friday 5th February, 1-2pm, S10: Turnitin – GradeMark
Turnitin offers much more than plagiarism detection. It has tools to facilitate peer marking and online marking (‘GradeMark’). This talk will demonstrate how to use GradeMark and discuss the positive and negative features of marking online.
Simon Booth, e-Learning Manager
Thursday 18th February, 1-2pm, S10: Students as reflective learners
This session will explore practical tools and strategies which staff can employ to help develop students’ reflective practice. We will be discussing:
- What a reflective learner is.
- The issues students face in trying to self-assess what their strengths and development needs are.
- Practical strategies to help students learn to reflect.
Ruth Watkins, Student Learning Services
To book, Succeed -> Learning and Development – My Learning -> Teaching Bites -> and booking into the relevant session(s)