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Developing digital problem-solving skills

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Developing independence in solving practical problems is an important life skill and essential for employment.

This module looks at how we can go beyond reliance on chance and build some of these events into the assignments, tasks and experiences we create, making a controlled space for confronting and coping with such problems, as individual learners or as groups.

Aim

To improve learners' digital problem solving

Objective

After completing this module you will:

- be able to adopt a range of teaching approaches to help learners develop skills in solving problems with the digital tools and media they encounter
- design learning activities that encourage the development of these skills and their application to other contexts or situations

Digital Teaching Professional Framework

This module covers the DTPF component - C2 : Supporting study skills

  • Identify and solve technical problems when operating devices and using digital environments.
  • Adjust and customise digital environments to personal needs.
  • Identify, evaluate, select and use digital technologies and possible technological responses to solve a given task or problem.
  • Use digital technologies in innovative ways to create learning.
  • Understand where a learner's digital competence needs to be improved or updated.
  • Support others in their digital competence development.
  • Seek opportunities for selfdevelopment and to keep up-to-date with digital evolution.
More about the Digital Teaching Professional Framework

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Reviews
23rd August 2019
Andrew Doughty

The ipsative, 'forced choice' approach, where learners have no choice but to continue working 'unplugged' throughout parts of their assignment is both imaginative and at the same time models the 'real world' where work cannot stop when the internet goes down.  Report this review

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10th July 2019
Karen Clooney

Our Response: Thank you.
1st July 2019
Ruth Soyoye

Our Response: Appreciated!
20th June 2019
Lincoln Bryden

Our Response: Great thanks!
17th June 2019
Maria Abbott

Our Response: Thank you for the positive feedback!
28th May 2019
Valeria Panyko

Our Response: Thank you for the encouraging feedback!
20th May 2019
Stephanie Thomas

Our Response: Thanks for your rating.
15th May 2019
Julie Wilson

This was interesting but frustrating - I didn't answer correctly, but felt confident in my answer choices. Oh well  Report this review

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9th March 2019
Susanna Brandon

Our Response: Thank you. We have noted your feedback.
27th February 2019
Garry Hobbs

Our Response: Cool!
26th February 2019
Matthew Gordon

Gives some useful pointers to a range of tools--and good links too.  Report this review

Our Response: Your comments are appreciated and will be helpful in serving and building our community of practice.
26th February 2019
heather field

Our Response: Great thanks!
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Badge for Study Skills - Adopting

The Study Skills badges recognise your ability to develop your learners study skills in a digital world. This badge recognises that you are adopting new ways to prepare learners for solving digital problems.