Author Archives: Rachel Harris

In conversation with Dawn Wood – an organic approach to evaluation

Just before Christmas I spoke with Dawn Wood from the PC3 (Personalised Curriculum through Coaching) project. Dawn gave me an update on what is happening with the project, but we also talked about how their evaluation has moved away from the traditional research approach. PC3 has been exploring ways in which the principles of development … Read more

In conversation with Rebecca Galley – Using video to gather evidence

Earlier this year we heard from a number of projects as part of an Elluminate session on Using video within the Curriculum Design programme: from personal reflection to evaluation evidence. During the session, Rebecca Galley and her colleague Andrew Charlton-Perez talked about whole project use of video within the Open University Learning Design Initiative project … Read more

Different routes to evidencing value

As well as encouraging curriculum innovation, the Transforming Curriculum Delivery Through Technology Programme had a strong focus on gathering and making effective use of evidence. This was intended to inform the 15 funded projects, but also to provide evidence to the wider sector of the potential benefits of using technology to support learning. It was … Read more