This is for a mini-workshop (1.5 hours) on Open Learning Design for students involved with the Learning Commons web team and the Digital Tattoo project.
Big picture: Participate in a learning design process that can used to develop learning courses, resources. Today, you'll have the opportunity to work as a group to:
- apply empathy mapping as a design strategy to help you think deeply about the students you are designing for.
- develop a mindmap to start determining what learners will know, do and value by the completion of the tutorial
Part 1: Understanding our learners
- What are we designing?
- persona/empathy mapping
Part 2: Mapping out a resource/course
- Use a mindmap for planning
- Wrap up (5 min)
- Introduction to understanding by design and backward design, Vanderbilt University
- Design Thinking Bootleg - Stanford University
- The Stanford-d School resources
- The Stanford-d School, Library of Ambiguity
- What We Know About Belonging from Scientific Research – Carissa Romero- Mindset Scholars Network (2015): http://mindsetscholarsnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/What-We-Know-About-Belonging.pdf
- When Students Zone Out, Zero In on Their Desire to Matter in Life – Research Summary – Mindset Scholars Network (2015): http://mindsetscholarsnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/When-Students-Zone-Out.pdf
- Purpose & Relevance - Mindset Scholars Network: http://mindsetscholarsnetwork.org/learning-mindsets/purpose-relevance/#
- Learning Principles – Carnegie-Mellon University https://www.cmu.edu/teaching/principles/learning.html
Design Thinking Bootleg (resources and methods) – Stanford University: Revised Deck