The Design Develop Implement (DDI) initiative is a “fantastic team-based approach and an exemplar for how learning innovation and design should happen at MQ” (Professor Sherman Young-PVC LTD).
This year a team lead by Dr Panos Vlachopoulos and Deidre Seeto from the Learning and Teaching Centre piloted an evidence-based collaborative approach to program learning design and development.
The DDI series draws from the Carpe Diem approach and the 3E Framework. It supports MQ’s Learning and Teaching principles. It involves teams of academic and professional staff from across MQ working together to design the best possible learning experience for our students.
During Session 1 of 2014 three academic teams from Arts, Science and Human Sciences and a team from the Library successfully completed the DDI Series.
This Session, three academic teams from Arts and FBE have started the process of transforming their programs.
Contact Panos Vlachopoulos if you are interested in participating in future DDI programs.