Collaborative Learning – Microsoft Sway
Earners have demonstrated an ability to identify how Microsoft Sway may be appropriately used to support pedagogical aims. Earners have proven capability to apply the Microsoft Sway technology in an Collaborative Learning’ context. Participants opt to undertake assessment after applying the use of specific tools in their practice/course to support Collaborative Learning in their own Courses/Workshops or similar. Badges are awarded to those successful in this submission process.Additional Details
Earners are asked to create a Teaching in the VLE Reflection (Microsoft Sway) based on their application/design of Microsoft Sway in their own teaching practice context.
Earners will need to use the Microsoft Sway template for Collaborative Learning context to demonstrate their knowledge
Earners will be invited to provide a ‘faculty spark’ video to be provided back to Learning and Teaching at an enterprise level to further support Professional Learning (optional)