Reusable learning designs in university educationFaculty of Education - Papers (Archive)
AbstractThis paper discusses the application of reusable learning designs as a support mechanism to guide teachers in designing learning experiences for students. Learning designs, which describe a sequence of learning activities, together with the necessary resources and supports, can serve as a framework which a teacher can then adapt to suit the needs of his or her students. The paper draws on an ongoing study of university teachers using learning designs to design their subjects to highlight reusability issues and outline what further research is necessary.
Link to publisher version (URL)ACTA Press
Citation InformationSusan J Bennett, Shirley Agostinho and Lori Lockyer. "Reusable learning designs in university education" (2005) p. 102 - 106
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lori_lockyer/61/