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  • 1. During this presentation we will make use of Shakespeak, a softwaretool which enables interaction. Please make sure you keep your mobile device or laptop ready
  • 2. Student (r)evolution?Evelien Clé & Ruth Bamps
  • 3. Student (r)evolution? • Student life • E-learning • Hypothesis & reflection • Learners in the driving seat: fact or myth? • Word of thanks • ReferencesStudent (r)evolution? 3
  • 4. Student life • What is a student? stu·dent, noun, 1 scholar, learner; especially: one who attends a school 2 one who studies; an attentive and systematic observer • Members of a student board o Education & student representation (Faculty ↔ University) o Sports, culture & funStudent (r)evolution? 4
  • 5. Past Today • Paper & pencil • Laptops, smartphones • ↔ • • Individuals • Groups • Catholic University • Association KU of Leuven Leuven • InteractionStudent (r)evolution? 5
  • 6. E-learning • E-learning → electronically supported learning & teaching o Tools in the cloud (Shakespeak, weblectures,…) o Electronic learning environment (Moodle, Blackboard) • What do students think about a student-centered approach? Perception to more work? Not loving the Indifference microphone Feeling safe in class when Help?! nothing else to do than writing down Being in small groups makes interaction much more funStudent (r)evolution? 6
  • 7. Hypothesis Sample question: do you think the „Millenium student‟ is noisy? • Do media influence learning? • Is it really possible for students to multitask? • Distance education ↔ classroom instruction?Student (r)evolution? 7
  • 8. Do media influences learning? We will set these example results to zero once youve started your session and your slide show. A. Yes 33.3% In the meantime, feel free to change the looks of your results (e.g. the colors). B. No 66.7% C. No opinion 100.0% ClosedTXT This text box will be has been loaded without the Shakespeak plug-in. This presentation used to describe the different message sending methods.Internet Want to download the plug-inbe insertedGo toyou have started a session. The applicable explanations will for free? after www.shakespeak.com.Twitter It is possible to move, resize and modify the appearance of this text box.
  • 9. Reflection: Do media influences learning? D. Clark R. Kozma • Media will NEVER influence • Interactionism learning • Particular medium = relevant • Media ↔ method/attributes (technology, symbol- & proces • Replaceability argument opportunities) • Confusion of technology • New methods • Motivation to learn? • Medium + methodWe can conclude that the media attributes stay at the surface of the system → there is no effect of the medium to the efficacy of learning.Student (r)evolution? 10
  • 10. Is it really possible for students to multitask? A. Yes B. No C. No opinion # votes: 0 ClosedTXT This text box will be has been loaded without the Shakespeak plug-in. This presentation used to describe the different message sending methods.Internet Want to download the plug-inbe insertedGo toyou have started a session. The applicable explanations will for free? after www.shakespeak.com.Twitter It is possible to move, resize and modify the appearance of this text box.
  • 11. Is it really possible for students to multitask? We will set these example results to zero once youve started your session and your slide show. A. Yes 33.3% In the meantime, feel free to change the looks of your results (e.g. the colors). B. No 66.7% C. No opinion 100.0% ClosedTXT This text box will be has been loaded without the Shakespeak plug-in. This presentation used to describe the different message sending methods.Internet Want to download the plug-inbe insertedGo toyou have started a session. The applicable explanations will for free? after www.shakespeak.com.Twitter It is possible to move, resize and modify the appearance of this text box.
  • 12. Reflection: Is it really possible for students to multitask? • People often try to do two things at a time → Succesfully… or not? • Attention span o Only one processing channel o Limited capacity • Coens (2011); General ability to multitask is influenced by - o Characteristics of the task at one hand o Characteristics of the individualStudent (r)evolution? 13
  • 13. Reflection: Is it really possible for students to multitask? • Educational context → mobile learning? o Texting, surfing, reading & writing o Anytime, anywhere • Research Doolittle & Mariano (2008) o Shared attention → performance ↓ o Static position: significant better results o Interference between tasks (Wickens) o Effect size is limitedStudent (r)evolution? 14
  • 14. Distance education ↔ classroom instruction? A. Distance education B. Classroom instruction # votes: 0 ClosedTXT This text box will be has been loaded without the Shakespeak plug-in. This presentation used to describe the different message sending methods.Internet Want to download the plug-inbe insertedGo toyou have started a session. The applicable explanations will for free? after www.shakespeak.com.Twitter It is possible to move, resize and modify the appearance of this text box.
  • 15. Distance education ↔ classroom instruction? We will set these example results to zero once youve started your session and your slide show. Distance In the meantime, feel free to change the looks of A. 50.0% your results (e.g. the colors). education classroom B. 100.0% instruction ClosedTXT This text box will be has been loaded without the Shakespeak plug-in. This presentation used to describe the different message sending methods.Internet Want to download the plug-inbe insertedGo toyou have started a session. The applicable explanations will for free? after www.shakespeak.com.Twitter It is possible to move, resize and modify the appearance of this text box.
  • 16. Reflection: Distance education ↔ classroom instruction? • Characteristics of distance learning o Separation between student & teacher o Influence of educational organisation on planning o Use of technological media o Mutual interaction o Absence of others?Student (r)evolution? 17
  • 17. Reflection: Distance education (DE) ↔ classroom instruction (CI)? • The results of (Bernard, 2004) show the following effects on these variables o Achievement: small significant effect DE o Attitude: small negative significant effect CI o Retention: small sign. effect in favor of CI → Overall we see a large variability in effect sizeStudent (r)evolution? 18
  • 18. Learners in the driving seat: fact or myth? • Student coach online o Leuven: Peer - assisted Learning (PAL) o “ to teach is to learn twice” • Distraction • (r)evolution? → Does it have limits?Student (r)evolution? 19
  • 19. Word of thanks Thank you… Prof. Jan Elen, for answering all our questions and the given feedback The Media & Learning division of KU Leuven, for all technical support and feedback. Eva Kyndt, for advice on APA standardsStudent (r)evolution? 20
  • 20. References Bernard, R.M. (2004). How does distance education compare with classroom instruction? A meta-analysis of the empirical literature. Review of Educational Research, 74(3), 379-439. Clark, R. E. (1994). Media will never influence learning. ETR&D, 42(2), 21-29. Coens, J., Reynvoet, B., & Clarebout, G. (2011). Mobile learning: Can students really multitask? Journal of Educational multimedia and hypermedia, 20(1), 5-20. Kozma, R.B. (1994). Will media influence learning? Reframing the debate. ETD&D, 42(2), 7-19.Student (r)evolution? 21
  • 21. Thank you Evelien Clé evelien.cle@student.kuleuven.be Ruth Bamps ruth.bamps@student.kuleuven.beStudent (r)evolution? 22

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