‘Embedding Existing Learning Technologies in Pedagogic Design; A Mixed-Methods Impact Evaluation of a Student Navigator System’

Hayes, Catherine and Graham, Yitka (2016) ‘Embedding Existing Learning Technologies in Pedagogic Design; A Mixed-Methods Impact Evaluation of a Student Navigator System’. In: Three Rivers Learning and TEaching Conference: 'Transformations, Transitions & Territories', 17 Mar 2017, Teesside University. (Submitted)

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Abstract

Embedding available technological platforms into a healthcare undergraduate education programme in pedagogic design provided the opportunity to pilot a navigator system for potential dissemination and implementation to other signature pedagogies. A qualitative pedagogic impact evaluation has since been undertaken to examine student perceptions of the system in relation to their future employability. This presentation will provide an insight into the process of pedagogic design during curriculum development, subsequent implementation in pedagogic practice and findings of the initial evaluation from a qualitative mixed methods study with undergraduate students. It will offer an insight into the challenges of integrating technological systems into academic curricula and the opportunities this offers in focusing the attention of students towards key and context specific employability skills and more importantly how they articulate these upon completion of their studies (Englund, Olofsson and Price, 2016). In terms of curriculum justification, design and development embedding technological resources into pedagogic design offers the opportunity to move beyond tokenism with learning technologies, in utilising them to drive rather than merely steer student experience. The discussion is aligned to other findings in the field of learning technologies such as those of Flavin (2016) who argue that disruptive technologies are used frequently in higher education, but also that students practise demarcation, using different technologies to support their learning lives and their social lives.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Education > Higher Education
Divisions: Centre for Pedagogy
Faculty of Applied Sciences > Department of Pharmacy Health and Wellbeing
Depositing User: Catherine Hayes
Date Deposited: 28 Nov 2016 13:23
Last Modified: 28 Nov 2016 13:23
URI: http://sure.sunderland.ac.uk/id/eprint/6823

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