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  • New leaarning ed_glo_lecture_150312

    1. 1. What is learning in the new learning environments? Johanna Bluemink University of Oulu 15.3.12
    2. 2. WHAT IS LEARNING?
    3. 3. Three approaches• Knowledge aquisition• Participation• Knowledge construction
    4. 4. LEARNING IS… …k n o wi n g wh at i s i mp o r t an t t o k n o w
    5. 5. …ab i l i t y t o c o l l ab o r at e wi t hd i f f e r e n t p e o p l e i n c h an g i n g cont e xt s
    6. 6. …k n o wi n g h o w I l e ar n b e s t
    7. 7. …k n o wl e d g e ab o u t wh e r e t o d r aw t o b o u n d ar i e s o f t h e p r o b l e m
    8. 8. I n f o r mal s e t t i n g s
    9. 9. I n f o r mal s e t t i n g s
    10. 10. An d i n i n f o r mal s e t t i n g s
    11. 11. L e ar n i n g t o d ay i s ab o u t c r e at i n g s o me t h i n g n e wi n s t e ad o f r e p e at i n g wh at i s al r e ad y k n o wn .
    12. 12. L e ar n i n g i s l ar g e l y b as e d o nt h e l e ar n i n g s k i l l s … … wh i c h h e l p t h e i n d i vi d u al t o t ak e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y o f o n e ’ s o wn l e ar n i n g , g o al s an d p l an s i n l i f e .
    13. 13. Learner’s role– Active builder of knowledge– Skills for joint problem-solving– Ability to stand uncertainty– Motivation and commitment– Responsibility for one’s own learning
    14. 14. INSTRUCTOR’S ROLE Giving the context Creating opportunities for social interaction!! Scaffolding, guiding the process
    15. 15. Discuss in small groupsWhat kind of learning experiencesdo you have?How do you learn best?
    16. 16. HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN SUPPORT LEARNING?
    17. 17. L e ar n i n g i s s o c i al l y an d p h ys i c al l y d i s t ri but e d
    18. 18. Te c h n o l o g y c an h e l p t og u i d e , ac t i vat e an d s u p p o r tb o t h i n d i vi d u al an dc o l l ab o r at i ve l e ar n i n g Lähde: Teknologian mahdollisuudet ymmärtävän oppimisen tukena (2008).
    19. 19. L e ar n i n g p r o c e s s e s c an b e mad evi s i b l e an d e x t e r n al i s at i o n o f t h ek n o wl e d g e c an b e s u p p o r t e d . Te c h n o l o g y c an s u p p o r t s o c i al i n t e r ac t i o n t h at o f t e r l e ad s t o l e ar n i n g Lähde: Teknologian mahdollisuudet ymmärtävän oppimisen tukena (2008).
    20. 20. Te c h n o l o g y i s i n t e g r at e d i n t h eL e ar n i n g c o n t e x t s ! I t d o e s n o t b yI t s e l f h e l p l e ar n i n g ! W r k i n g wi t h t e c h n o l o g y o c r e at e s s i t u at i o n s t h at may l e ad t o l e ar n i n g ! Lähde: Teknologian mahdollisuudet ymmärtävän oppimisen tukena (2008).
    21. 21. • It is easy to think that technology as such is ready for pedagogical use and the suitable ways of using it come naturally from the technology itself• Good quality learning needs always effort and work and it takes place in individuals’ minds, with the help of (technological) tools and in social interaction Järvelä, S. & Häkkinen, P. (2002).
    22. 22. Te ac h e r ’ s mo s t i mp o r t an t j o b i s t o c r e at e s i t u at i o n s t h at e n c o u r ag e p ar t i c i p an t s i n t o e f f e c t i ve s o c i al i n t e r ac t i o n !Lähde: Teknologian mahdollisuudet ymmärtävän oppimisen tukena (2008).
    23. 23. Discuss in small groupsHow do you use technology both forstudying and at free time?What kind of thoughts has this lectureinitiated?

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