Learning Design Process
The Rocky View Schools Learning Design Process
The Rocky View Learning Design process has the following phases: Discover insights and user needs; Define opportunities on which to focus; Develop and Test possible solutions; and, Document and Share stories. This process is used at all levels of Rocky View Schools to guide Learning Design.
Guidebooks & Workflows
We have created a number of guidebooks and workflows for the Rocky View Schools Learning Design Process. Here are some of the guidebooks and workflows prepared for teachers and leaders to take up the process in the design of powerful interdisciplinary learning. Like this Learning Design Infographic that identifies design questions that commonly appear in a variety of learning models, systems and frameworks.
Learning Design Guidebook
This Guidebook shares a workflow for using the RVS Learning Design Process. Print the Guidebook double sided and fold into the booklet.Learning Design Guidebook
Learning Design Workbook
Download this Workbook to practice the workflow for using the RVS Learning Design Process with teachers.LDP_Workbook
Example: Innovators Are Artists
This resource was used to guide teachers through a design process to Discover and Define what art means to them and to Develop and Document their own journeys in creating powerful photography.
Learning Design for Leaders
Leading Professional Learning in Rocky View Schools requires a toolkit of resources to help facilitate and support the conditions for collaboration and innovation. The Toolkit for Leaders offers a variety of resources for leading, coaching, mentoring and collaborating with colleagues.
Join us on our journey to lead Learning Design in Rocky View Schools through our Professional Learning experiences. In striving for student success through student engagement, we use collaborative processes and tools to facilitate the design of engaging and meaningful inquiries, projects and exhibitions. We document this journey through posts about past, current and upcoming professional learning experiences:
Big Idea Learning online is still learning. We need to design learning so that every student is engaged and every student can be successful. When you move the learning online, new barriers and opportunities emerge. What we can’t lose sight of is the student. Our...
Welcome to our asynchronous digital cohort of how to design a learning space for #RVSEDLearningfromhome. This tool is meant to provide a shell of how teachers might approach this process with their students, amplifying the need for a dedicated home learning space for...
Big Idea: The Rocky View Learning Department supports teachers and leaders who have innovative ideas and provides opportunities for them to collaborate on current initiatives and to inspire new ones. Be Fully Present Bring a Creative Commons Mindset Adopt a beginner’s...