Documents for Replication
There are solutions for all instructors whether they are looking for an introductory piece of “bite-sized” learning or a longer, deeper treatment of a topic to engage critical thinking. Most topics come in at 5-10 minutes—a time-tested way to hold attention and build understanding in adult learners.
The product addresses the fact that everything students need receive from adult education is unlikely to happen in the classroom alone. A resource like Learning Links Greatest Hits gives instructors an additional tool to extend learning beyond the classroom and to engage students in taking responsibility for their own learning. It can also be used to work with those students ambitious enough to want to drive their own learning.
LIVE AND LEARN, MESSY MOMENTS
One notably “messy” moment occurred with the “broken link” phenomenon, highlighting in a very concrete way the need for “QA/QC” oversight. The other challenge is thinking of this project is an open-ended way—although it is “complete,” on one hand, it will always be a work in progress. The Campbell-Newport PLC members are a cohesive and creative group that have been working together for a long time. This dynamic facilitated the quality product that came out of the work.
Results of Product
Specific, long-term data will be available by the end of 2020. However, we plan to use
The evergreen nature of the project will be its greatest challenge. It will need a maintenance plan and a review team to check for updates and new materials as well as remove materials that become outdated. The QA/QC work that was done for publication will need to continue for the content to remain relevant and accurate.
WHAT DO WE NEED TO CLONE THIS PRODUCT?
The product was constructed to be collaborative. There would be no reason for another provider to replicate this product. What would make more sense would be for additional providers to become contributors and to lend their expertise to the maintenance and upkeep of this resource.
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WHAT IS THE PROCESS?