Reflecting on Technology-enhanced Learning Practices
About this module
As educators of the 21st century, keeping pace with technologies and digital fluencies assists us in preparing students for the future workplace. Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) is a generic term used to describe the application of information and communication technologies to support both learning and teaching. In this module, you will encounter a variety of established policies, TEL frameworks, learning and teaching guidelines that will allow you to assess digital capabilities and practices relevant to your teaching context and discipline. At the end of the module you will identify a teaching practice you want to improve using TEL and outline a plan of action.
TEN modules are designed to support you with the delivery of high-quality student experiences, while building teaching capabilities, embracing learning and teaching challenges, and being responsive to changes in education. On successful completion of this module you will be able to:
|Knowledge||Interpret your digital competencies through established tools and instruments|
|Skills||Determine digital competencies to address|
|Application||Reflect on digital competencies with a view to making changes to technology-enhanced learning practices|
Domain: Reflecting on Teaching Practice
This collection of capabilities enables you to reflect on your learning and teaching practice, as well as apply scholarly models of critical reflection.
TEN modules are available on the L&T Moodle platform, and you will have continuous access to the module from when you start. There will be light-touch moderation, various opportunities for peer-to-peer interaction, as well as multiple assessment submission points throughout the year. This module requires approximately 3-5 hours to complete.
Upon successful completion of the final assessment task you will be awarded with a Navitas badge for this module to add to your Credly | Acclaim backpack.