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The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
The Changing Learning Landscape
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The Changing Learning Landscape

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from the LTUG webinar series
27 March 08

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  • 1. The Changing Learning Landscape LTUG Webinar Presented by Anne Bartlett-Bragg
  • 2. Topics to explore:
    • What’s happening to your learning landscape?
    • What can social software do for learning?
    • How will our practice be influenced?
  • 3. What is happening to your learning landscape?
  • 4. Learning: Then & Now From “Minds on Fire” by John Seely Brown & Richard P. Adler Educause February, 2008 From this To this
  • 5. How do we get there?
  • 6. What is social software? an attitude not a technology !
  • 7. What is social software?
    • Do you have a blog?
    • Do you use Flickr?
    • Do you use chat/IM?
    • Do you use a wiki?
    • Can you make a podcast?
    • Can you live without your aggregator?
    • Do you have an avatar - or 2?
    • Can you explain RSS - in plain English?
    • Can you Facebook me?
    • Can you use Delicious?
    • Just give me the SLURL and I’ll see you there!
  • 8. Social Software: The key principles
    • Trust
    • Openness
    • Reputation
    • User - generated
    • User - controlled
    The information is not important in itself – it is the relationship to other people with shared interests!
  • 9. What does it enable?
    • Learners are now producers and creators of learning NOT just consumers
    • Learning can be collaborative
    • Learning can be personalised
    • Learning can be informal
    • Learners can now create, publish, distribute, subscribe, read and re-create content
    • Learning is participatory
    • Learners are empowered
    • Learners are engaged
  • 10. Learning Spaces
  • 11. Personalised Learning Spaces
  • 12. Communication & Participation Synchronous vs Asynchronous
  • 13. Communication & Participation Synchronous vs Asynchronous Chat Webinars Video conferencing Second Life Blogs Wikis Social sharing Communities Social networks
  • 14. The Role of the Educator?
    • Trusted resource in a social learning network
    • Guiding and advising
    • Facilitating establishment of networks
    • Empowering
    • Supporting personal landscape development
  • 15. Role of the Educator?
    • Complex simulations
    • To co-operate, to support
    • Realization of adequate action strategies
    • To cope, to master
    • Action in real situations (complex and social)
    • (Baumgarten, 2004)
    • Problem solving
    • To observe, to help, to demonstrate
    • Selection of methods and its use
    • To do, to practice
    • Presentation of pre-determined problems
    • Programmed instruction
    • To teach, to explain
    • Production of correct answers
    • To know, to remember
    • Transfer of knowledge
    Mode 3: Coach (Informal Guide) Mode 2: Tutor (Facilitated Learning) Mode 1: Transfer (Directed Teaching)
  • 16. Inhibitors to implementation
    • 1. Organisational inhibitors:
      • Organisational technology infrastructure
      • Organisational culture
    • 2. Individual inhibitors:
      • Digital literacy – computer & information
      • Learners – identity, dependency, time management
    • 3. Pedagogical inhibitors:
      • Modes of teaching
  • 17. Further resources: what’s next?
    • Ning community http://learntug.ning.com Continue the discussion….
    • ABBs blog
      • http://digitaldialogues.blogs.com/learning_technologies/
    • Delicious
      • http://del.icio.us/AnneBB
    • Flickr
      • http://www.flickr.com/AnneBB
  • 18. Further resources: Next webinar
    • Free Online Tools for Learning
    • Thu - 17 April 2008
    • 10am – 11am
    • (Sydney time - AEST)

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