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Trinity College Dublin


March 2019

Arena blended connected learning design (ABC to VLE)

21st March 2019 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Learning Outcomes: Worked with colleagues in teams to review the curriculum design of their programmes Reviewed the design of their face-to-face programmes and apply a new design for blended delivery in a VLE Applied the ABC to VLE design method to their programme and modules to enhance student learning Identified new activities and collaborations to include into the blended design to improve the student engagement and learning  

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February 2020

Engaging Staff in Meaningful Change in Assessment Practice

11th February @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Learning Outcomes Discuss and investigate Programme-Focussed Assessment practices in a subject/ programme. Debate different approaches to ‘knowing what’s going on in your programme’, such as assessment mapping, team dialogue, other evidence gathering tools Identify appropriate assessment design interventions for subject/ programme.

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Pedagogic Research in Higher Education

11th February @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Learning Outcomes Explore the status of pedagogic research in higher education Explore pedagogic research in relation to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Discuss the influence of pedagogic research and SOTL on teaching and learning Challenge participants to think about how to add value as pedagogic researchers.

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“If Competency is the Answer…Have we Asked the Right Question(s)?”

12th February @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Learning Outcomes Discuss a range of different perspectives on ‘competency’ Discuss the construct of personal development as a core competency Explain the principles of emotional intelligence as a tool for enhancing self understanding Explain how emotional intelligence ‘style’ influences personal and professional behaviours and outcomes Discuss the principles of effective conflict management and resolution and discuss how one's own personal conflict management style may serve as a barrier and/or a facilitator to more effective interpersonal relationships

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