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City of Glasgow College will deliver a Blended Model of Learning for Academic Year 20/21.,Learning & Teaching Delivery 2020-2021,Start,Courses to be delivered using MyCitywhere practically possible,Developed and Produced byThe Learning Technologies Team,Course look and designensuring continuity and quality of delivery,All teams are required to adopt a digital-by-default approach to curriculum delivery,Learning Standard approach,Digital-by-default approach,Essential course continuity,more...,more...,more...,Learning Standard,One hour per week,By academic advisor,Attendance,Planned programme,Imperative,Planned guidance,Student follow-up,Get real time information,Guidance hours and how best to use them,01,02,03,04,Predominately online blended,Getting the balance right:,Delivery of learning and teaching,Asynchronous Learning,Asynchronous Recordings,Key practical activities,Course Requirements,Curated Collections,Practical classes,Review and update Course Overviews,Zoom News,Microsoft Teams for Students,The Learning & Teaching Academy will provide a comprehensive range of developmental activities & resources to support individual staff & curricular teams. It is imperative that teaching staff avail of these opportunities during the extra time available by delaying the start of the ‘formal’ teaching calender. Support is also available from your faculty assigned Learning Technologist.,Support forDigital Delivery,Learning TECHNOLOGISTS,more...,Enterprise ZOOM,800 licenses - only 700 academic.Primarily used for academic teaching delivery with collaboration.,We have purchased Enterprise Zoom with full functionality for the coming Academic Year,Microsoft Teams,We have purchasedfull license status to complement our MS Teams platform,Primarily used for internal & inter-departmental meetings.Will be available for student access early in new session.,more...,Zoom and Microsoft Teams,Guidance on when to use synchronous and asynchronous learning,Synchronous & Asynchronous Learning,Source:https://teachingcommons.lakeheadu.ca/synchronous-asynchronous-learning-when-use-each,Things to Consider When Planning Your Class,Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning by Centre for Teaching and Learning, Concordia University CC BY-SA 4.0,As a result of the changes made to the academic year & the extensive use of online delivery, it will be necessary to convert many assessments to digital assessment format. This may require guidance & permission from awarding bodies & input from the College’s Quality Team.,Management & Delivery of Assessment & Feedback,There are numerous benefits associated with online assessment including the ability for some platforms to auto-mark student work, feedback to provided to students instantly in a range of formats including video & audio, tools such as Turnitin to expedite and simplify the process of marking essays via its Quick Marks functionality.,Release themearlyto allow students to work at their own pace.,Consider writing new assessments toreplace closed book/exam conditions.These may require Awarding Body endorsement/approval.,Use online assessments available fromAwarding Bodiese.g. SQA’s SOLAR and C&Gs Evolve system.,Convertpaper-based assessments into e-assessments - liaise with the Learning Technologies team for support.,Schedule the assessmentas a course team& advise students to enable them to plan their time & study.,As part of the assessment planning & design process all staff will be expected to:,Look for opportunities tointegratesummative assessments.,Formative AssessmentActivities,Use as theprimary mechanismto evidence student engagement, and monitor progress, knowledge and understanding.,Summative Assessment,Online Assessment,e- Assessment,New Assessment,Time of Assessment,Release Assessment,Internal Quality Assurance,Work with the Students Association to support the class rep system (including peer review).Have regular course and cross-campus team meetings to review student progress.,Schedule remote pre-verification, standardisation and internal verification sessions.,Schedule check points for delivery to review how well the approach is working for staff and students; to review government guidance changes; to review student feedback and make timely adjustments.,Engage all team members in arrangements and be mindful of individual staff needs when planning.,With such a large amount of course modification and redesign required it will be vital that teaching teams work effectively with their colleagues from the Quality team to ensure a high-quality and student learning experience that is underpinned by sufficient oversight and scrutiny. ,One hour per week,By academic advisor,Attendance,Planned programme,Imperative,Planned guidance,Student follow-up,Get real time information,Guidance hours and how best to use them,01,02,03,04