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Atelier/webinaire du projet eLene2learn lors du The 7th EDEN Research Workshop …

Atelier/webinaire du projet eLene2learn lors du The 7th EDEN Research Workshop
Description des objectifs du projet , de la phase 1 d'échanges de pratiques et des premiers résultats notamment "how to guide " http://www.elene2learn.eu/documents/10477/24251/How+to+guide.pdf

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  • 1. The 7th EDEN Research WorkshopWebinar on Social Networks 22nd October, 2012 Leuven, Belgium
  • 2. I learn to learn… I like to learn… eLene2Learn eLene2learn forms a multi-stakeholder network, exploring and promoting the contribution of ICT and digital media in supporting the development of learning to learn competencies in lifelong learning transitions. 9 European partners and their national Focus Groups (HE/SE teachers + students) Project duration 2012-2014http://www.elene2learn.eu/
  • 3. Why this topic?Challenges in transitions of lifelong learning  adapting to new physical & virtual environments  different teaching and learning approaches  live, learn and work within new communitiesTransition from SE to HE  students feel lost in HE > ineffective learning  students lack learning to learn competences necessary in HE  high dropout rates in early HE years
  • 4. Why this topic? Effective learning to learn competences help learners to deal with transitions more effectively. ICT (Social networks, digital media, serious games, virtual worlds, ePortfolio and blogs)  may support development of learning to learn competences.  If the same approaches/tools are used throughout SE and HE the transition phase may be easier for students and more effective in terms of learning.
  • 5. Learning to learn competences self-regulation self-assessment self-management thinking, problem-solving and decision making ability to handle obstacles and change being creative communication (reading and writing) working with others motivation and confidence etc.
  • 6. ICT in developinglearning to learn competences (Phase 1)Desk researchFocus Groups in partner countriesOnline questionnaires
  • 7. Groups of ICT tools • Social Networks A B • Digital Media, Serious Games, Virtual Worlds C • ePortfolios, Blogs
  • 8. ResearchHE teachers: 102 FinlandSE teachers: 71 Catalonia PolandHE students: 82 Greece ItalySE students: 130 Scotland FranceTOTAL: 385 Germany
  • 9. ICT tools used by teachers
  • 10. Purpuse of use Communication Collaboration Group working Peer review Exchange Overcome Promote Problem solving materials obstacles creativity Stimulate Resources Time Self- motivation management management management Develop Use of Material Self-assesment research guideance storage competences
  • 11. Advantages Just-in-time, Flexibility and availibility Effectivity Stimulate motivation up-to-date information Group Sharing knowledge Assessment Reusabilitywork, collaboration, cooperation Dynamic, interactive,Knowledge/resource managemnt Authonomy Learn to think easy to use Connection between formal and Personalisation Close to student informal learning
  • 12. Disadvantages Piaglarism Problems with Books and other Work/information selecting („copy and resources not so overload valuable paste”) popular anymore materialsTechnological Need for good Lack of teacher Lack of personal barriers planning trainings contact Focus on form Impersonal and rather than on Time consuming isolating content
  • 13. How to guide
  • 14. „How to guide” to download
  • 15. „How to guide” online
  • 16. „How to guide” online
  • 17. Examples
  • 18. Thank you!