Dear ADA stakeholders,
These sessions offer the opportunity to make the first steps in the design of learning activities for different target groups, using the DigComp framework as a support tool, on the topic of “Content Generation with artificial intelligence-based tools”.
This general topic will be addressed at the three DigComp macro proficiency levels in as many distinct workshop sessions, with participants split into small working groups. After deciding the potential target groups (learners), likely duration and specific topics of their future educational activity, working groups will be asked, with the help of the DigComp framework, to draft learning outcomesand identify related learning activities that will help learners to gain proficiency in the following manner:
Addressing the topic of generative AI tools for content creation (e.g. text, image, video) at the different levels, the aim for the learning activities is to include the following:
Lastly, while designing learning outcomes and related learning activities at a given level, participants will be asked to reflect on how to support learners in getting from one level to another. Additionally, attention should be paid to the assessment which can be planned in many different ways. For example, is active participation in the course enough, or are other proofs of achieved learning required (e.g. creation of an end-product, self-assessment, peer assessment)?
 Learning outcomes are ‘…statements of what an individual should know, understand and/or be able to do at the end of a learning process, which are defined in terms of knowledge, skills and responsibility and autonomy’ https://www.cedefop.europa.eu/en/publications/4209. Usually learning outcomes are expressed from the students’ perspective, and are measurable and assessable.
HOW TO JOIN THE WORKSHOP
Register by answering our Call for Expression of Interest. By answering the form we will be able to organize the the activities into small groups (8 participants), each one facilitated by an ALL DIGITAL guide (5 of them), for a maximum of about 40 participants in total.
To allow ALL DIGITAL to optimize the organisation and management of the working groups, please fill-out this form before July 28th, 2023.
The working groups’ guides will be: