According to the SAMR model, technology has impacted learning and teaching including the redefinition of learning tasks (Schrock, 2013). Such redefinition has been possible through the use of technology in a 2nd year occupational therapy course. Students are responsible for the creation of their own learning materials in situ, in contrast to learning materials being provided by a lecturer prior to workshops. This hands on workshop will provide participants with the experience of using the available digital technology in the tiered learning space, EG.18. Participants will experience how it is possible for students to create collaborative digital learning materials. This blended learning approach encourages small groups of students to create digital learning materials, groups then share and merge between groups and to finally create a single collaborative artefact for the entire class. This process occurs in a technology enabled classroom and involves the use of a learning management system and wiki pages.
2016 Learning & Teaching Week: 2020 Teaching Visions. 2020 - What's Next?, Sunshine Coast, Australia 31 October - 4 November 2016