Last updated : 08 Nov 2016

Learning Online: Reflecting and Sharing

Summary

This course is just one of a series designed by the University of Leeds for school-based learners and their teachers. As this is an open course, they do also welcome other learners.

Programme

This course introduces some tools you can use to help to reflect on your learning; such as short tests and quizzes or by using tools such as online logs or journals. You will then move on to focus on sharing your learning with others; by producing and sharing video, using blogs, pin-boards, collaborative platforms or social media you can enrich the learning experience.

Learning outcomes

Each course is designed to complement your existing studies and aims to:

  • provide evidence for UCAS applications and prepare you for university
  • help you to gain new skills, think critically and learn independently
  • encourage online / social learning
  • develop collaboration and analytical skills
  • embed current research into your online learning

Teaching-Learning methodology

xMOOC (videos, quizzes, documents, forum)

Assessment

Final certificatio: a Statement of Participation ( 34 GBP). Learning outcomes are evaluated by questionnaire, participants can mark parts as completed.When: during the course

  • Soft skills Learning to learn, (Digital) Communication, Content creation
  • Language English
  • Other languages (eg. Subtitles) Unknown
  • Period of activation Periodicaly opened
  • Date Unknown
  • Duration 2 weeks
  • Level of commitment required workload of 2 hours per week
  • Cost Free MOOC, Paying certification * See platform for details
  • Providing institution University of Leeds
  • Mooc Platform Futurelearn (https://www.futurelearn.com)
  • Target group Open for all persons, main focus on students at school or college
  • Instructor Neil Morris ( Director of Digital Learning and Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Leeds. Carol Elston (Digital Learning Manager at the University of Leeds )
  • Level of assistance offered Unknown
  • Keywords Digital soft skills