Monthly Archives: September 2015

Challenges in implementing “Connected Curricula”

The previous blog posting (23 September 2015) described our “connected curricula” theme, comprising three essential elements: T-Profile curricula (for a digital world) Employer engagement (including digital engagement) Assessment for learning (discipline and employability) We referred to this theme in two of our workshops at ALT-C 2015 entitled: “Connecting students, staff and employers together for shaping … Read more

“Connected Curricula”: Connecting students, staff and employers together for shaping the future of learning

We recently ran two workshops at ALT-C 2015 in Manchester, entitled: “Connecting students, staff and employers together for shaping the future of learning” and “Barriers and new participatory approaches for adopting e-portfolios in delivering employability benefits for students in FE and HE” …. which drew on our “Technology for employability” study as well as two … Read more