Prospect Learning Design

Discover – Define – Develop – Deliver

Prospect Awards Learning Design 

Is organised around three interrelated ideas:

  1. Good Design
  2. Appreciation of the Regulatory context
  3. Based on Evidence and Research
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Good Design

In Prospect Awards  Learning  Design Process,  we drew on for inspiration, the Design Council’s Double Diamond image. This image shows the  design process as made up of four stages iterative stages

  1. Discover insight into the problem
  2. Define the area to focus on
  3. Develop potential solutions
  4. Prototype and Deliver solutions that work

Our design model here at Prospect Awards  is based upon this Double Diamond but extends it in a unique and innovative way by blending it into a Learning Design process that complements our work.    Our Design Process is utilised for our Qualification Development and your Customised Awards and Endorsed Programme Design and development.  Prospect Awards extended Learning Design model  is supported by integrating key aspects of Learning Design drawing on work by JISC funded Open University Learning Design initiative (OULDI) and the Institute of Learning Innovation at Leicester University. 

Prospect Design Principles

  1. A vision for the Qualification AND the Learning
  2. Finding and Creating interactive materials and learning
  3. Designing activities that foster communication to include effective online moderating
  4. Designing activities that foster reflection
  5. Designing activities that foster collaboration and map learning outcomes to assessment
  6. Combining to provide a holistic view of the learning, with an activity profile, a storyboard, and a learning pathway
  7. Putting the completed design into operation using PLAZA our online Centre Management System


7Cs of Learning Design

Putting it All Together

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