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  • Huom! Osan opiskelijoista pitää lähteä rehtorin tapaamiseen iltapäivällä…
  • Ensimmäinen osa: ”Learning theory”Toinen osa: ”Pedagogicaluse of technology”
  • Jaetaan tässä kohtaa ensimmäinen lukumateriaali!
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    • 1. Learning Theory andPedagogical Use of Technology (THEORY) Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 2. Today’s schedule: Thursday 2012-09-2008:15-09:45 Lecture: Self-Regulated Learning Jonna MalmbergKTK21510:15-11:45 Course Info Venla VallivaaraKTK215 Pinja Hietalahti12:30-16:00 ICT Workshop (INTRO) Jari LaruKTK207 Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 3. Objective• The module includes three theoretical points of view on learning and the support of learning – self-regulated learning – collaborative learning, – learning of expertise.• A central topic of examination is the potential of different technologies to support learning and collaborative knowledge construction.• In this course, the student will be introduced to different collaborative learning models and themes related to the guidance and evaluation of learning. Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 4. Contents• Self-regulated learning: Motivation and learning strategies in technology-supported environments• Collaborative learning, Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) and collaborative learning models• Learning of expertise• Possibilities of supporting learning offered by technology• Planning technology-supported learning, guiding, and evaluating learning Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 5. Learning objectivesAfter this course the student can• identify the theoretical learning-related principles that form the basis of technology-supported studying and teaching• define self-regulated learning, collaborative learning, and the acquisition of expertise on a conceptual level, as well as describe the relationships of those concepts• justify the utilization of technology as support for learning from the point of view of learning research• evaluate various collaborative learning models as supports for the learning sciences• describe the basics of planning, supporting, and evaluating a learning process in a technology-based learning environment Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 6. Course structure2012-09-20Thursday8:15-11:45KTK215Course Info 2012-09-27 Thursday 8:15-11:45 KTK215Lectures 2012-09-25 Exam 2012-10-04 Tuesday Thursday Study 8:15-11:45 Circles KTK215Self-Regulated Lectures 2012-10-02 Exam 2012-10-12 Tuesday FridayLearning Study 8:15-11:45 Circles KTK215 Collaborative Lectures 2012-10-09 Exam 2012-11-15 Tuesday Thursday Learning Study 08:15-11:30 Circles KTK215 Learning of Orientation 2012- Collaborative writing with NTNU and TU students Presenting 10-15 the products Expertise Monday http://cocreat.purot.net/handbook AC How to use modern technology to Course ending support learning?  Chapter to an electronic handbook  PREZI presentation Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 7. Working methods and materials• Lectures• Study Circles• Exams• Collaborative writing• Ending Seminar• Reflective notes in digital portfolio (weeks 42 and 46)• All the slides and istructions can be found at: http://www.oulu.fi/let/node/12244 Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 8. 2012-09-20Thursday8:15-11:45KTK215Course Info 2012-09-27 Thursday 8:15-11:45 KTK215Lectures 2012-09-25 Exam 2012-10-04 Tuesday Thursday Study 8:15-11:45 Circles KTK215Self-Regulated Lectures 2012-10-02 Exam 2012-10-12 Tuesday FridayLearning Study 8:15-11:45 Circles KTK215 Collaborative Lectures 2012-10-09 Exam 2012-11-15 Tuesday Thursday Learning Study 08:15-11:30 Circles KTK215 Learning of Orientation 2012- Collaborative writing with NTNU and TU students Presenting 10-15 the products Expertise Monday http://cocreat.purot.net/handbook AC How to use modern technology to Course ending support learning?  Chapter to an electronic handbook  PREZI presentation Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 9. Reading materials• Pintrich, R. P. (2000). The Role of Goal Orientation in Self-Regulated Learning. In M. Boekaerts, P.R. Pintrich, & M. Zeidner (Eds.), Handbook of Self- Regulation (Chap 14). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.• Dillenbourg, P., Baker, M. Blaye, A. & O’Malley, S. (1996). The evolution of research on collaborative learning. In E. Spada & P. Reiman (Eds) Learning in Humans and Machine: Towards an interdisciplinary learning science. (Pp. 189.211). Oxford: Elsevier. http://tecfa.unige.ch/tecfa/publicat/dil-papers- 2/Dil.7.1.10.pdf• Bakkenes, I., Vermunt, J. D. & Wubbels, T. (2010). Teacher Learning in the context of educational innovation: Learning activities and learning outcomes of experienced teachers. Learning and Instruction, 20, 533-548. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0 959475209000929• Other relevant materials should also be searched and used during the last part of the course Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 10. Course assessment• Grading: 0-5Based on Active participation on lectures and study circles The exams The collaboratively written book chapter The reflective notes written on your portfolio Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 11. Study Circles• Tuesdays 25.9., 2.10. and 9.10.• 2 x 45min / group / day• 3 articles in small groups 1. Independent reading and answering the questions given by the teachers 2. Active discussions about the topics and concepts 3. Forming notes, summaries and mindmaps 4. Independent reading and revision for the exam• Every member of the small group is responsible for his/her own learning and the learning of others as well  active participation is important Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 12. Organized by the LET unit, 25th – 26th of September at CIEStudents are welcome to participate on followingsessions:Tuesday 25th09:15 Keynote I: Urban legends in education, prof. Paul Kirschner10:00 Pecha Kucha I: Creative Learning Spaces12:30 Pecha Kucha II: Effective Learning and Interaction in TEL14:30 Learning and interaction Café: TEL for tomorrowWednesday 26th09:30 Keynote II: 3D Virtual Worlds and Collaborative Learning, MikhailFominykh10:00 Poster session Venla Vallivaara LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2012-09-20
    • 13. All the today’s materials can be found in: oulu.fi/let/ Questions? slideshare.net/LEToulu Coming up next: Comments? • ICT workshop (INTRO-course) at 12:30 in KTK207 Remember also: • Reading material: Pintrich, R. P. (2000). The Role of Goal Orientation in Self-Regulated Learning. • Study Circles on Tuesday 25th September • Exam and next lectures on Thursday 27th SeptemberVenla VallivaaraLET – Learning and Educational Technology Research UnitUniversity of Oulu2012-09-20

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