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  • We developed two artefacts in SL for the Archaeology students.One is a Saami tent to simulate the life style of Saami people who live in Northern Scandinavia. Previously, teaching the use of social space by Saami people was largely dependent on the textbooks and 2-D images (see two pictures on the left-hand side).The two snapshots on the right-hand side show how a Saami tent has been replicated in SL. We designed two SL-tivities associated with the Saami tent, each is about an hour long. In the two activities, students were firstly introduced to the core theories about the use of space in Social Sciences, then they were given the opportunity to navigate around the tent, see the layout and division of the space, explore where they can go and where they can’t, according to gender, and interact with each other about what they found and thought.
  • 5 stage model

    1. 1. The best way toimagine the futureis to create it Professor Gilly Salmon quapan
    2. 2. The journey:Forge: To form or makethrough concentratedeffort... 30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 2
    3. 3. Two key, inter-related aspects
    4. 4. 5 stage model picture: inside the Forge30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 4
    5. 5. 5 stage modelfor productivelearning forums Development 4. Collaboration 3. Co-operation 2. Culture Building 1. Access & Motivation 30/11/2011 5 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    6. 6. 5 stage modelfor productivelearning forums Link, Feedback, Search 5. Development Interact 4. CollaborationNavigate, save time, personalise 3. Co-operation Receive and Send 2. Culture Building Access 1. Access & Motivation 30/11/2011 6 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    7. 7. 5 stage modelfor productivelearning forums:the role of the 5. Development Guidee-moderator 4. Collaboration Facilitate 3. Co-operation Lead 2. Culture Building Host 1. Access & Motivation Welcome 30/11/2011 7 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    8. 8. 5 stage model-sharing and building…learning design Blend & campus Across disciplines Corporate Schools30/11/2011 8 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    9. 9. 5 stage model: Why did it catch on?• Moment in time• Easy to explain & implement Student achievement•• Spark for discussions Belonging/Communities Saved staff time• established Worked with different definitions Scaffolding of blend including campus based students• Reasonably scalable• Increasingly appealing to diversity• Powerful feeling of inclusions• Pre-empted knowledge contribution• Addressed the role of the online ‘teacher’30/11/2011 9 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
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    11. 11. Key features of e-tivities A small piece of information, stimulus or challenge (the ‘spark’) Online activity which includes individual participants posting a contribution An interactive or participative element- such as responding to the postings of others Summary, feedback or critique from an e- moderator (the ‘plenary’) All the instructions to take part are available in one online message.30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 11
    12. 12. 5 stage model picture: inside the Forge30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 12
    13. 13. Carpe diem30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 13
    14. 14. Designing together: Carpe Diem Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/susanvg/30/11/2011 14 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    15. 15. Explaining carpe diem• http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/beyond- distance-research-alliance/carpe-diem-folder30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 15
    16. 16. Building a scaffold Gilly30/11/2011 16 Salmon Ascilite 2011
    17. 17. C ARPE DIEM MODEL Plan + action Review Reality? prototype storyboard blueprint30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 17
    18. 18. Story boarding30/11/2011 18 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    19. 19. Storyboard examples… 30/11/2011 19 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    20. 20. 5 stage model picture: inside the Forge30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 20
    21. 21. Open Pedagogy & the 5 stage model Open. • Critical mass Educational • All disciplines resources • Design courses based Feasibility on OERs • Frameworks needed Innovation • From ‘write’ to ‘design’http://www.oerafrica.org/supportinglearners/Unit3/Thefivestagesthatlearnersgothroughinane/tabid/1055/Default.aspx 30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 21
    22. 22. Learning Literacies: e-Moderating Interface LLIDA Framing Ideas 5 stage model Metacognition Level 5: Development Employability Level 5: Development Citizenship Level 5: Development Academic Practice and Skills Level 4: Knowledge Construction Media Literacy Level 4: Knowledge Construction Information Literacy Level 4: Knowledge Construction Level 3: Information Exchange Communication and collaboration skills Level 2: Socialisation ICT Literacy Level 1: Access and Motivation30/11/2011 Armellini 2011, Taylor 2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 22
    23. 23. 5 stage model picture: inside the Forge30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 23
    24. 24. Virtual Worlds Photo credit Caliburn Susanto [http://www.flickr.com/photos/caliburnsusanto/sets ]30/11/2011 24 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
    25. 25. VW-tivities – Saami tent30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 25
    26. 26. 5 stage model :Virtual worlds Reflect, share & link to real life 5. Development Guide Jointly build & deploy artefacts, achieve shared goals 4. Collaboration Facilitate Support and offer information to 3. Co-operation Lead other avatars Personalise avatars, develop identity, connect through artefacts & vw- 2. Culture Building Host tivitiesDownload software, create avatars, learn camera and movement skills 1. Access & Motivation Welcome 30/11/2011 26 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
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    28. 28. • Grounded and practical• Driven by a need and a purpose• Addresses prior design and delivery• Adaptable to different technologies• Low cost, High value30/11/2011 28 5 stage model Gilly Salmon
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    30. 30. “Be the change you want to see in the world” Mahatma Ghandi “Never doubt the power of a smallgroup of people to change the world. Nothing else ever has.” Margaret Mead “Every society honors its live conformists and its dead troublemakers." Mignon McLaughlin No budgets or humans were harmed in the making of this presentation 30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 30
    31. 31. • www.podcastingforlearning.com• www.le.ac.uk/carpediem 30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 31
    32. 32. All images from Flickr.com, Creative Commons Licensing. Art work by Rod AngoodExamples & contributions from Dr Alejandro Armellini, David Shepherd, AnitaMonty, Prof David Hawkridge, Prof John Fothergill and the Beyond Distance andMedia Zoo team at Leicester, Drs Shirley Rueshle & Helen Farley & the FuturesTeam at USQ, Catriona Burke, University of Limerick and team.Thanks to Prof Jim Taylor of USQfor his slides on Open Pedagogy. Virtual worlds: https://lra.le.ac.uk/bitstream/2381/9225/2/MOOSE_FinalReport_final_31Mar2www.e-moderating.com 009.pdf and Educational Researchwww.e-tivities.com http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rere20 Developing a five-stage model of learning in Second Life Gilly Salmon , Mingwww.atimod.com Nie & Palitha Edirisingha May 2010 30/11/2011 5 stage model Gilly Salmon 32

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