Digital pedagogy toolkit

Nov 23, 2020 -- Posted by : Tohmas Ax


About the project

The digital pedagogy toolkit has been developed by subject specialists in Jisc’s digital practice team in collaboration with feedback from the UK’s higher, further education and skills sectors.

The key aims of this project include:

  • Support academic staff to make informed choices about how they use technology to underpin the curriculum
  • Provide ideas and inspiration for how staff can overcome barriers to using technology
  • Promote current approaches in curriculum design theory to ensure technology meets the learning outcomes of the course, module or programme of study
  • Dispel a range of misconceptions about what can and can’t be achieved by using technology

It is not the intention of this toolkit to provide an overview of a range of digital tools that practitioners can use in a variety of blended learning contexts.

The digital pedagogy toolkit can be used to:

  • Explore specific scenarios and consider a range of approaches to address them
  • Identify key questions that need to be explored in order to embed digital effectively
  • Use as a review tool to reflect on how you plan, design and deliver the digital curriculum
  • Signpost further resources to support professional practice



Loading Conversation