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Described the changing nature of online learning with the introduction of massive open online courses, and in that context describes and explains the changing roles of the educator, For aduio and ...

Described the changing nature of online learning with the introduction of massive open online courses, and in that context describes and explains the changing roles of the educator, For aduio and video please see http://www.downes.ca/presentation/311

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  • How often do we read about the importance of teachers in education? It must be every day, it seems. We are told about "strong empirical evidence that teachers are the most important school-based determinant of student achievement" again and again.The problem with the educational system, it is argued, is that teachers need to be held accountable. We are told we must fire incompetent teachers. Not just in the United States, but in the UK and elsewhere, the concern is that bad teachers must go. Hanushek (1992) estimates that the difference between having a good teacher and having a bad teacher can exceed one grade-level equivalent in annual achievement growth. Likewise, Sanders (1998) and Sanders and Rivers (1996) argue that the single most important factor affecting student achievement is teachers, and the effects of teachers on student achievement are both additive and cumulative.
  • Students’ Inherent Characteristics, Parents’ Educational Attainment and Family Size as Predictors of Academic Achievement in Integrated Science, B. J. Ogunkola,Olatoye, R.A, ResearchJournal of InternatıonalStudıes - Issue 16 (September, 2010) www.eurojournals.com/rjis_16_11.pdfPredictors and Outcomes of Physician Lifelong LearningMohammadrezaHojat, Ph.D. Joseph S. Gonnella, M.D. JonJ. Veloski, M.S.jdc.jefferson.eduetcetcetc
  • Hands on … Richard Green, an indigenous-language teacher, checks his mobile-based Dharug dictionary.Photo: Kate GeraghtyDigital solution to age-old dilemmaSydney Morning Heraldhttp://www.smh.com.au/news/technology/digital-solution-to-ageold-dilemma/2008/12/18/1229189804505.htmlSteve Jobs doesn't know what the iPhone can do, says AdobeProves Flash can run on iPhoneBy Mary BranscombeTechRadarhttp://www.techradar.com/news/computing/apple/steve-jobs-doesn-t-know-what-the-iphone-can-do-says-adobe-641520
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We Don't Need No Educator We Don't Need No Educator Presentation Transcript

  • We don’t need no educatorThe role of the teacher in today’s online education Stephen Downes Utdanningskonferansen 2013 15 February, 2013, Bergen, Norway
  • The Entertainer
  • “…the single mostimportant factoraffecting studentachievement isteachers.” So we’re told, anyway…http://www.epi.org/publication/books_teacher_quality_execsum_intro/
  • In fact there numerous factors: parental income &educational attainment, social factors &expectations, social equity, genetic predisposition…
  • That aside, if we just look at educators, we seedramatic changes in the traditional role of theeducator… as though the educator is disappearing
  • Today’s Three-fold Task:1.Pull apart the roles of the educator in an online world2.Identify those roles in the context of the massive open online course3.Provide practical examples and applications
  • A historical trend…
  • … will continue today
  • The context…. (connectivism)• Educators are no longer ‘the experts’• Learning is no longer about content transfer• Teaching takes place in an authentic environment• Learning consists of engagement, experimentation and communication
  • TodayA course about complexity…http://www.complexityexplorer.org/
  • Six Thousand Courseshttp://myeducationpath.com/courses http://www.mooc.ca/
  • CCK08 2300 studentshttp://wwwapps.cc.umanitoba.ca/moodle/course/view.php?id=20 http://connect.downes.ca/cgi-bin/archive.cgi?page=thedaily.htm
  • Other MOOCs Courses 1800 students http://connect.downes.ca/ 2800 students3000 students http://change.mooc.ca/http://edfuture.net/
  • cMOOC vs xMOOC networks tasks contents https://www.ai-class.com/ http://ds106.us/history/ https://www.coursera.org/http://lisahistory.net/wordpress/2012/08/three-kinds-of-moocs/
  • The Roles….Teacher asExpert Teacher as Learner Teacher a Teacher as Designer Coach
  • http://reader.google.comhttp://www.downes.ca/opml.xml
  • #hashtaghttp://www.tweetdeck.com/
  • http://learnonline.wordpress.com/2007/09/20/10-minute-lecture-george-siemens-curatorial-teaching/
  • http://ds106.us/
  • http://change.mooc.ca/newsletter.htm
  • http://bit.ly/sfnEF6
  • 2. Designer
  • http://grsshopper.downes.ca/
  • http://ds106.us/ds106-radio/http://www.downes.ca/edradio.htm
  • http://bit.ly/qxkXTX
  • http://www.feynmanonline.com/
  • http://www.downes.ca/post/44760
  • http://www.scoop.it/t/edumooc/https://plus.google.com/
  • http://www.slideshare.net/choconancy/change11-mooc-session-october-31
  • http://change2011inbendigovictoriaaustralia.blogspot.com/ The Conversationalist
  • 4 expert
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  • http://www.livestream.com
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  • https://www.ai-class.com/
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