by Eileen Kennedy and Joanna Wild
What is it?
The Learning Designer is web-based tool to help in the creation and sharing of learning designs (e.g. lesson plans) and to support the integration of learning technology. A learning design is displayed as a sequence of activities, similar to a lesson plan, with all its main properties visible and editable.
The Learning Designer helps you organise a series of teaching and learning activities (TLAs) to assist in creating a set of learning experiences for the learner to move towards their learning goals. Drawing on Bloom’s (1956) taxonomy of educational objectives, the Learning Designer asks you to specify the type of learning necessary for the learner to meet their outcomes.
Is it learning from reading or listening? Is it learning through discussing, or practicing, or inquiring, or collaborating, or producing something? You have to decide how long each activity is…
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