ABC Learning Design
How to rapidly design activity-based learning and teaching scenarios
To facilitate the design of any kind of (digitally enhanced) learning and teaching scenario, the ABC Learning Design framework has proven to be an invaluable tool, in particular with didactic approaches inspired by Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Based on the pedagogic theory of Prof. Diana Laurillard, the ABC Learning Design method was originally developed by N. Perovic and C. Young at UCL in 2015. The approach and materials, which are under Creative Commons license, are now being used by an increasing number of teaching support units at Higher Education institutions, especially as they can be easily adapted to meet local specifics.
Since the card and storyboard-based approach can either be used for rapid learning design development in face-to-face workshops or in online workshops (where storyboarding can be enabled with the help of online collaborative whiteboard tools such as Miro, Mural or draft.io), ABC Learning Design can easily be used for cross-institutional collaborative teaching design. It is complemented by the Learning Designer tool, provided by the UCL Knowledge Lab, which assists you in creating your own activity-based learning design from scratch.
Open the panels below to learn more about the 6 types of learner activities as well as corresponding suitable methods, either conventional or digitally enhanced.
Graph above taken from: "ABC Learning Design method" by Clive Young and Nataša Perović, UCL. (2015). Learning types, Laurillard, D. (2012). Licensed under CC BY NC SA 4.0 International. Download at abc-ld.org.
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