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#HullDtn: A collaborative approach to digital pedagogies

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Ruth Clark

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A series of online sessions throughout January & February, sharing best practices in the use of Mobile/Digital Technologies.

Many available 'On-demand', Live webinars, Pericsope broadcast.

461 views across the sessions

Through The Periscope
Examples from North, South, East and West Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
College Examples - Case Studies
Each of the partners is committed to supporting staff in exploring and developing new pedagogical applications mediated through the use of mobile technologies and the network will also act as a hub for other associated activities including enterprise, grant applications and research.
The Network in Context
Hull College, Leeds College of Music, North Lindsey College, Rotherham College, Doncaster College, Selby College, Grimsby Institute, East Riding College
#HullDtn: A collaborative approach to digital pedagogies
The Digital Technologies and Mobile Learning Network serves to support the enhancement of teaching and learning across the University of Hull Federation of Colleges, addressing the needs of teaching staff, students and researchers interested in exploring the use of mobile technologies in education.
Case studies from every college

Demonstrating range of use of technologies in teaching, learning & assessment


'Author' to put book together

The eBook project
15th June
Lawns Conference Centre, Hull
Speaker: Prof Alejandro Armellini
Flipped workshops - flipped learning in practice!
Covering mobile learning, pedagogy, changes & impact, tools & techniques

Does flipped learning work?

Flipped Learning
Bishop Burton
Agricultural College
Enhancement through use of VLE and iLearn coaches
L2 Animal Management
Move from paper based log books
OneNote ePortfolio solution
Enabled continuous monitoring
Rolled out to further courses
Rotherham College
Courses for school leavers and adults, including Higher Education and skills.
No "one size fits all solution" use a range of technologies to suit different courses.
Interactive Inductions using QR and AR.
Use of Edmodo as an alternative to Moodle on English and Maths
Nearpod in photography
Twitter with trainee teachers for Personal Learning Networks.
Leeds College of Music
Music conservatoire, small specialist institution with 1000 FE and HE students
Integrated online learning environment with Moodle, Mahara (ePortfolio), Panopto (AV platform), Wordpress and Adobe Connect
ePortfolio assessment practices
Lecture capture and streaming and video tutorials
Online learning objects
Augmented Reality Project
Hull College
Hull College Group is a large general FE college, with sites in Hull, Harrogate and Goole.
26,000 students and deliver a wide range of courses from full-time 14-16 education to Masters level courses
Variety of different blended and flipped technologies
Allows tutors to select the most effective tool or resource for delivery and allows the student to access a wide range of resources to support their learning at any time, on any device and in any place
Flipped learning model in FE
Multiple choice quizzes in Construction
Online tutorials in Hair and Beauty
North Lindsey College
FE and HE provider in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
Use of tablet devices to support FE and HE learners
Over to Ross...
Selby College
300 A-level, Vocational, Apprenticeship and Degree level courses from entry level to post graduate levels for all age groups from 14 upwards
Embedded use of Padlet, Socrative, Kahoot, Quizlet, Nearpod, Aurasma, Augmented Reality etc
Digipals: a new initiative to encourage student collaboration with staff and fellow students
Flipped learning
Use of e-Tracker, e-Portfolio, OneFile and Turnitin for assessment submission, tracking learner progress and learner outcomes
Extensive use of our VLE, Moodle to support teaching, learning and assessment
University of Hull
Validating partner
Provides the smaller partner colleges with support and resources from a larger institution
TEL Department
Dr Kevin Burden - Reader in Educational Technology in the Faculty of Education. Also leads the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) research group
Continue responding to new technologies
A collegiate CPD supporting role
Building profile for the network within the eLearning comunity
Collaborative research bids
Going into the future...
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