Transforming Business Education Through Connected Learning – Part 3

In the final part of this blog series, we explore the ways in which the University of Sydney Business School (USBS) developed strategic pedagogical approaches to crack the critical questions posed in part 1: How do designers and educators move away from the didactic pedagogies that teaching-at-scale can privilege and towards a more social, connectedContinue reading “Transforming Business Education Through Connected Learning – Part 3”

Co-Design Research Group – year in review

As the end of the year approaches, we look back at the events and contributions of our membership to transforming education and the student experience in business. This year our membership grew to 63 members from across the Business School and beyond. As a collective, we have achieved a variety of outputs from journal articles (circaContinue reading “Co-Design Research Group – year in review”

Student-generated data

STATS Level of DifficultyMediumUnit Size Evaluated1000ScopeSingle activity or longerDeliveryOnline/F2FResources NeededSurvey toolRelated PatternsTBC Students complete a survey on an issue of local/global importance. The data set is then used for students to explore in class and practice organising, analysing and visualising data. This pattern is suited to large quantitative units where students can benefit from learningContinue reading “Student-generated data”

Micro-deadlines

STATS Level of DifficultyEasyUnit Size Evaluated840ScopeSemester-longDeliveryOnlineRelated PatternsSINGLE-DAY WORKSHOPS LARGE WORKSHOP FORMAT REFLECTION AT SCALE This pattern is concerned with attaching micro-deadlines to online tasks within SELF-PACED ONLINE MODULES. It is suitable for large units containing a high degree of self-paced online learning or pre-work, and where smaller tasks are used to build towards larger summativeContinue reading “Micro-deadlines”

Self-paced online modules

STATS Level of DifficultyHardUnit Size Evaluated1000-1500ScopeSemester longDeliveryOnline and hybridResources NeededLMS, educational media, formative assessment toolRelated PatternsVISUALISATIONSIMMEDIATE FEEDBACK ONLINE  This pattern is concerned with one of the main problems of teaching at scale, which is the lack of consistency in delivering content.  Online self-paced modules are an accessible and effective form of learning, often used inContinue reading “Self-paced online modules”

Live Q&A

STATS Level of DifficultyMediumUnit Size Evaluated700-1600ScopeSemester longDeliveryFully onlineResources NeededOnline discussion toolRelated PatternsSELF-PACED ONLINE MODULESONLINE DISCUSSION A live Q&A session where questions are ‘crowdsourced’ from students ahead of time via an online discussion or polling tool. This pattern works best in a mixed-model delivery context where students initially learn content from SELF-PACED ONLINE MODULES, and then actively apply information in tutorials with peers. The pattern supports this delivery modelContinue reading “Live Q&A”

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