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Presentation from Yuen Yuen Yip, Manager Project Planning Services


  • 1. Blended Learning in UWS

2. Overview Drivers for change Curriculum redesign Technology Space design Projects 3. The higher education sector is undergoing afundamental transformation in terms of itsrole in society, mode of operation, andeconomic structure and valueSource: Ernst & Young University of the Future 2012 4. Blended learningis a driver of change for theuniversities of thefutureSource: Ernst & Young University of the Future 2012 5. Blended learning at UWS refers to a strategic and systematic approach to combining timesand modes of learning, integrating the bestaspects of face-to-face and online interactionsfor each discipline, using appropriate ICTs. 6. Drivers UWS responding to the needs of: Students who work as well as study Students who have children Mature age students Students who have to travel between campuses School leavers Students who are time poor 7. What does blended learninglook like?Intensive on-campus learningOnline lectures & Site-basedon-campuslearningseminarsCreating andAccess to learning sharing contentanytimeUse UWSGroup assignments & technologiesonline peer review of with my ownworkFlexibleSocialStudyfor me networks groups 8. The student experience Offers on campus experience Progressively prepares students for more blendedlearning Is discipline context specific Provides different avenues for interaction Offers fully off-campus as an option 9. Transforming learning Content curation Collaboration Engagement Facilitation Learning supports Inspiration Motivation Flexibility 10. Blending it all Benefits of blended learning occur at the individual,social, activity, unit, course and university levels Paradigms of blended learning include enabling,enhancing, supporting and transforming Designing optimal learning spaces, virtual andphysical, will be a key success factor for blendedlearning 11. Curriculum and teaching Teaching Development UnitPVCEducationTDUschool school school schoolschool school school school school 12. Curriculum and teaching Creating options and opportunities in thecurriculum for: Face to face lectures / tutorials On-line / flexible delivery Interactive on-line delivery 13. Technologies Wireless integration of BYOD with AV systems Wireless integration of BYOD with centralsoftware systems Echo360 to support lecture capture vUWS on-line teaching tool 14. Diversity of learning spacesPhysicalBlended Virtual FormalInformalFormal Informal Mobile PersonalOutdoor 15. Teaching spaces Flexible and adaptable spaces for collaborativelearning Mobile furniture Wireless technology Multiple AV projection screens Charging stations for electronic devices Writing surfaces on 4 walls 16. Learning commons Connected hot spots on the campus with theMcDonalds phenomenon Consistent in space, look and feel Meeting places / market places Large spaces with synergies with the library Hybrid of formal and informal spaces Flexible and adaptable learning spaces Spaces for students and teachers 17. Hot spots Connected by unifying principles that isrecognisable through: Function Technology provided Signage & graphics 18. Approval process Teaching spaces Learning commons PVC (Education) Sign-off Executive Reference Group Steering Committee TDU, ITS, CWF, Library PVC(Students), Stakeholder Group PVC(Education, Dir-ITS, Dir- CWF, Library TDU, ITS, CWF, Schools,Timetabling, Exams Reference Group Blended Learning consultant, CWF, ITS, Library, TDU, Student Services, MESH Stakeholder Group Student reps, Library, TDU, ITS, Student Services, Disability 19. Collaboration Students eLearning Team Academic Staff CW&F IT Services Library 20. The past 21. Looking forward Teaching Spaces 22. Looking forwardLearning Commons 23. Projects Teaching spaces Campbelltown building 10 Bankstown building 20 Parramatta building EB Learning commons Parramatta building EFa Pavilion Bankstown building 1 Hawkesbury building G1 24. Positive Deviance Somewhere in your organisation, groups ofpeople are already doingthings differently andbetter. To create lastingchange, find areas ofpositive deviance andfan their flames.- Pascale and Sterin (Harvard Business Review, 2010)


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