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🧵While walking to VU this morning to teach class for #SystemsThinking in #PublicHealth, I began pondering the challenges I experienced. Also how designing & teaching this unit has taught me much about #LearningDesign & #teaching more broadly.

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It does feel risky to write this thread but here we go...

The interaction of studying the Graduate Cert in #TeritaryEducation & designing & teaching a unit in #SystemsThinking in #PublicHealth has really altered the way I think about Public Health teaching & learning @CAPHIA1
It has been transformative but also I have felt profoundly alone & unsure of where there was space - apart from here - where I could safely bounce ideas around about how to address the challenges experienced in the classroom. The #LearningDesigner I work has been phenomenal...
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These women helped me to begin to build the #SystemsThinking content while the talented & patient #LearningDesigner Nick Lekakis kept me in line from a teaching & learning viewpoint.

Prior to VU I hadn't worked with a Learning Designer before, in fact I didn't know they existed!
Nick unfortunately (or intelligently) is not a social media person but you can meet him here in this excellent explainer from @victoriauninews about what #LearningDesign is…
In the video Nick states that Learning Design = #collaboration to him. This was powerful because #collaboration is not only central to #PublicHealth but also #SystemsThinking.
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Learning design is about designing and creating the best conditions for learning to result. It’s the design of experiences and those experiences come in different shapes and sizes. 1/
It’s about designing for people - which means it’s complex. I love this quote from Dieter Rams that speaks to this - “You cannot understand good design if you do not understand people; design is made for people”. 2/
The learning design process can range in its breadth and depth and we often think of it way too narrowly - you write some learning outcomes, design an assessment, create content & activities and then boom, you're done... 3/
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#100daysofCPD is where @UoB_HEFi will be beaming a spotlight onto #teaching and supporting #learning in #HigherEducation #CPD opportunities especially for #Beacon #HEAfellowship applicants & @uob_pgche participants during #COVID19 times & beyond Image
#100daysofCPD: #Day1 is the @UoB_HEFi #Learning and #Teaching Gateway. Full of self-paced online courses on a range of #technology and teaching topics. #BestPractice #CPD Go to… Image
#100daysofCPD #Day2: @matt_tel_brum shares this Resource - How to Keep Uninvited Guests Out of Your Zoom Event containing all you need to know about Zoom’s #settings when using for #teaching, #meetings or #socializing during #COVID19 & beyond…
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To those who usually work in 'traditional' Unis & now working fully in online spaces, pls ensure your learning materials/content are accessible to all. Have you considered this? What accessibility design guidelines will you implement? #LLNNeeds #accessibiltyforall #onlinelearning
Online classes need to be accessible as well. For example, page navigation should be consistently clear & uncluttered.
#onlinelearning #learningdesign #highereducation #LTHEchat #academictwitter
When adding links, instead of pasting in the URL directly, best practice is to attach the link to words that describe the link destination. Doing so helps everyone (whether they are screen reader users - or not) understand where the link will take them.
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