Thursday 10 May 2018
ILT is pleased to announce the publication of an internal report looking at the impact and perceptions of the CAIeRO approach to course (re-)design at the University of Northampton during the ten year period 2008-2018.
Prepared by Robert Farmer and Julie Usher, Learning Designers at the University, this report was commissioned by ILT in order to provide an evidence-based, critical reflection of the CAIeRO workshop which has been instrumental in supporting wholesale pedagogic change at Northampton, with the introduction of Active Blended Learning.
CAIeRO is a team approach to module and programme design. The process has been a key lever to enable and disseminate pedagogic transformation at Northampton. Since it was systematically rolled out in 2012, we have used CAIeRO as a catalyst and as a support mechanism to design for Active Blended Learning, while ensuring that ownership of the process and its outputs remains firmly with the course team. We are delighted to share the latest research report by Julie Usher and Robert Farmer, which focuses on staff perceptions on the process and its impact on design and teaching practice.