Design quality for module implementation
Design quality for module implementation is part of the training of teaching staff, which aims to support the design and construction of e-Modules. The red thread in coaching is the national quality criteria for online implementation as well as the internationally known CarpeDiem and ABC learning design models, which are suitable for teamwork. Based on these, a design quality for module implementation concept for teaching and learning environments has been developed in HAMK.
Coaching is available as individual workshops that you can attend alone or with your module team. Longer coaching online implementations with workshops are intended for teachers starting online teaching. In addition, experienced online teachers can utilize self-study material either alone or together with a team to develop their implementations. The goal is for each HAMK e-Module to be self- and/or peer-reviewed according to the quality criteria. You can find both the workshops and the longer coaching schedule in the staff coaching calendar.
Key learning outcomes
- Be able to produce and implement quality online implementations together with the module team.
- Can choose appropriate digital tools for building and implementing online modules.
Building a module implementation (link to Infograph)
Building a module implementation
- Implementation plan is the ground for work.
First version of implementation plan.
- Plan the mission of the module together with the module team.
You can update and share materials, have online meetings.
- Storyboard is planning the learning process.
The module team create the storyboard together. For example Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Forms, OneNote ja Planner can be used in Teams.
- Building the learning process.
The learning process is produced in Moodle, and, e.g., the following can be used: Teamsin OneNote, PowerPoint, Word, Excel; Sway, Screencast O-Matic, Kaltura CaptureSpace, iMovie, Zoom, Lightboard, Venngage, ThingLink, Webropol and other professional applications.
- Ask for feedback and adjust.
Ask for feedback from colleagues and students, e.g., in Teams. Use eAMK quality criteria as a framework.
- Refining the implementation plan.
Add a Moodle Course for the implementation. Accept students’ registrations in Peppi.
- Build the learning environment ready.
Gather the contents in Moodle course area. The material can be in Kaltura, Sway, Teams (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote) or elsewhere online.
- Implementation is the moment of truth.
Guide students in Moodle, Zoom, Teams and Yammer. Keep online lessons in Zoom. Collect quick feedback with Forms.
- Collect feedback from students.
Evaluate together with the teaching team the implementation based on eAMK quality criteria. Students give final review of the module in Spark.
- Improve the module to the next round.
Review the feedback and list improvement ideas in Teams.
Apply for HAMK staff’s open badges and demonstrate you can execute digital pedagogic solutions and utilize digitalization appropriately in teaching.