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    • Live Sessions:

      Week 1Introduction to the course. Monday 27th January 2014 16:00 - 17:00 GMT.

      Watch the recording of this session - Please use this link to view the recording.

      Speakers: Marion, George & Neil, FSLT14 tutors

      Week 2 - Scholarly reflective practice in communities. Monday 3rd February 2014 16:00 - 17:00 GMT

      Speaker: Sylvia Currie, Community Steward - SCoPE & Senior Manager, Professional Learning at BCcampus, Canada

      Recording of Session

      Week 3 - Theories of Learning. Monday 10th February 2014 16:00 - 17:00 GMT

      Speaker: James Atherton, National Teaching Fellow & author of the excellent website: http://www.learningandteaching.info

      Recording of Session - NB: the sound is a bit poor to 20:05. At 20:05 you will need to skip forward to 28:40 to continue (whilst we fixed the sound.) You may just want to go to 28:40, you won't have missed much.

      What learning theories are good for. We (your input will be invaluable and will keep the discussion anchored) will identify several competing theories, evaluate their strengths and limitations for illuminating different kinds of learning, and their implications for the planning of teaching. In the process, we shall examine the theoretical model implicit in the design of this course and, if we have time, consider what it might look like if based on other models.

      Week 4 - Virtual Conference prep. Monday 17th February 4-5pm GMT

      The webinar will not feature a guest lecture but will be a chance for you to try out the live classroom yourself as a moderator in anticipation of the week 5 virtual conference webinars. So if you have a headset and microphone that would be great. There will also be a chance to ask questions about the virtual conference.

      Enter the live classroom

      Generic Moderator Link - This link allows you to enter as moderator to try out the webinar.

      Credit for the Virtual Classrooms

      For three years now Open Online Courses at Oxford Brookes University has been using a virtual classroom kindly provided on a complementary basis by Sylvia Currie through the  SCoPE community in the BCcampus programme. BCcampus serves British Columbia’s post-secondary sector. The publicly-funded programme aims to develop an open future for teaching practices and educational resources and is committed to being “open in everything we do”. Sylvia works in the Professional Learning division of BCcampus where she supports leaders of several Communities of Practice. She stewards two communities for educational practitioners: SCoPE and ETUG, and coordinates online and face to-face-workshops, conferences, and a variety of other events. She is also involved in the development of the Learn Together Collaboratory and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Collaborative.

      British Columbia, BCcampus, SCoPE, Sylvia, thank you!




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The First Steps into Learning and Teaching massive open online course (MOOC) will run for 5 weeks from Wednesday 22nd January 2014.

First Steps into Learning and Teaching is targeted at new lecturers, people entering higher education teaching from other sectors and postgraduate students who teach. We also welcome experienced lecturers to update and share their knowledge and expertise. The First Steps course is an element of the Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development’s (OCSLD) HEA accredited Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education.

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