Pedagogical Models for Tourism EducationHeli RuokamoVisiting Scholar, H-STAR Institute, Stanford University, CAProfessor, Faculty of Education, University of Lapland, FIDirector, Centre for Media Pedagogy (CMP)Triple Helix Workshop ”Building the Entrepreneurial University”16.11.2012, Stanford University, CA
Centre for Media Pedagogy (CMP) Established at the beginning of 2001, in order to support teaching, research and development in the areas of media education and the educational use of ICTs Develops new pedagogical models and methods for knowledge co- construction: - transdisciplinary research on learning environments - play and game environments - simulations and virtual reality - digital videos - mobile and on-line learning - pedagogically appropriate use of ICTs Educational use of ICTs (25 ECTS + 35 ECTS, Minor) MA in Media Education (Major in English) (2010–) study program
TravEd – R&D of Travelling Services ThroughMobile Education
Development through Research Aiming to develop pedagogical models – A general plan that can be used to shape curriculums, design material and guide instructor’s work in classrooms and other settings Design-based research – Research conducted in cycles implementation analysis design
TEACHING AND TUTORING WORK-BASED MOBILE LEARNINGTEACHER OR TECHNICALSUPPORT STAFF PROCESS CHARACTERISTICSTechnical training and support 1) Active and self-directed 2) Constructive EXPECTED OUTCOMESTEACHER 3) Individual and goal-oriented 1) Domain-specificDesign and organization of 4) Collaborative and knowledge and skillsapprenticeship period, quality conversationalcontrol 5) Contextual, situated andSupport and guidance for multiple-perspective oriented 2) Transferable, genericstudents knowledge and skills 6) Experiential and authenticTOURISM COMPANIES 7) Reflective and criticalTutoring learning 8) CreativeChallenging students 9) Emotionally involvingProviding learning environmentFigure 2. Refined pedagogical model for MWBML in tourismeducation (Vuojärvi, Eriksson & Ruokamo 2012)
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