D4 Attainment Curriculum Design Workshop
The D4 Attainment Workshop is a 4 stage process for curriculum design. It focuses on assessment and attainment and how they can be improved and developed in the curriculum in a well-planned and supported way.
The D4 Attainment Workshop draws on principles of Appreciative Inquiry and uses Jisc’s Viewpoint resources (The Assessment and Feedback ViewPoints cards). Appreciative Inquiry is a positively focussed model for change management, designed around four stage: discover, dream, design, destiny (Kadi-Hanifi et al. 2014). Viewpoints are a set of resources, developed by a JISC Curriculum Design Project, to promote and enhance good curriculum design (Nicol 2012).
The workshop uses resources here are provided under creative commons licence Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms.)
Kadi-Hanifi, K., Dagman, O., Peters, J., Snell, E., Tutton, C., & Wright, T. (2014). Engaging students and staff with educational development through appreciative inquiry. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 51(6),
Nicol, D. (2012). Transformational Change in Teaching and Learning Recasting the Educational Discourse EVALUATION OF THE VIEWPOINTS PROJECT at the University of Ulster.
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