Co-design practices in innovative education projects in higher education

‘The purpose of an educational co-design project is to design collaborative solutions, which can include designing new courses, educational tools, student experiences or curricula’. In a rapidly evolving educational landscape, higher education institutions are always on the lookout for new ways to innovate and improve. One such avenue that has been gaining traction is theContinue reading “Co-design practices in innovative education projects in higher education”

Re-connecting with my Learning Sciences Community

The 3rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS) was recently held in Montreal, Canada. For a span of five transformative days, from June 10 to 15, we embarked on a collective journey, exploring the ever-shifting terrain of educational paradigms. Amidst this dynamic backdrop, I witnessed the harmonious merger of twoContinue reading “Re-connecting with my Learning Sciences Community”

CLaS light touch project: scaling up educational co-design process

The challenge Connected Learning at Scale (CLaS) is a significant longitudinal project initiated in 2019 by the University of Sydney Business School aiming to enhance the learning experience for students in large undergraduate and postgraduate classes. Three of us work at Business Co-Design, a team of educational developers, learning designers and media producers, who areContinue reading “CLaS light touch project: scaling up educational co-design process”

Learning Spaces (#ourplace)

#OurPlace2020 was a project that fostered belonging and connection in the Business School community while Covid-19 was changing our world. In April 2020, the Business Co-Design team asked students to connect with others in lockdown by sharing their study spaces. We invited students to share tips for staying motivated via multiple social media channels  withContinue reading “Learning Spaces (#ourplace)”

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