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  • 1. From Gutenburgto ZuckerbergNapsterisation of learningDonald Clark
  • 2. POLICTHEORY
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  • 14. POLIC THEORYJade Lily & Torley Torgeson
  • 15. More pedagogic change inlast 10 years thanlast 100,000 years
  • 16. Napster 2000Moodle 2001iTunes 2001Wikipedia 2001Blogger 2003Wordpress 2003Facebook 2003Linkedin 2003Flickr 2004Youtube 2005Twitter 2006Slideshare 2006Google docs 2007Dropbox 2007Evernote 2008Pinterest 2009Instagram 2011Google + 2011
  • 17. Just about every child in schoolstarted their schooling in the21st century...& every teacher in the 20th
  • 18. Blended learning
  • 19. …………….actuallyBlended teaching
  • 20. What is blended learning?‘Blended learning seems to mean, some e- learning and some classroom. It is in vogue for a simple reason. No one wants to spend that much on e-learning and people want to preserve what they have, so they have made up this nice new name for not changing much and calling it blended learning’ ROGER SCHANK
  • 21. Presentation: Learners –age, time available, media accessInvestigation: Learning –objectives, semantic, episodicDiagnosis: Asynch/synchoffline/online, media & media mixTreatment: Resources & blend
  • 22. Informal learning
  • 23. Spending paradox12010080 Formal60 Informal4020 0 Spend Learning
  • 24. Moodle 2001iTunes 2001Wikipedia 2001Blogger 2003Wordpress 2003Facebook 2003Linkedin 2003FlickrYoutube 2004 2005 ALLTwitterSlideshare 2006 2006 asynchronousGoogle docs 2007Dropbox 2007Evernote 2008Pinterest 2009Instagram 2011Google + 2011
  • 25. Asynchronous(no live teacher)should be DEFAULT
  • 26. University of EindhovenRecording can IMPROVE a badtalk/lecture
  • 27. POLICTHEORY
  • 28. Interactive Design Institute• Degree programmes online• No synchronous teaching• High quality feedback• No visa problems• Lower costs• Online outperform campus
  • 29. Social media
  • 30. Teacher/trainer blogs• What I Taught This Week• second bite for students• expand with media & links• almost odd that a teacher, lecturer, trainer does not blogLearner blogs• What I Learnt This Week• reflect & summarise experience• higher retention/notes for revision• writing and communication skills• continuous formative assessment
  • 31. Learner benefits• in learning, less is more• plagued by cognitive overload• Twitter is short and sweet• boosted by rise in mobile• Twitter and professional network• Twitter as backchannel (#)• Twitter & courses/classes• Twitter & workplace learning (Yammer)
  • 32. Stanford University• New England Journal of Medicine• teaching hasn’t innovated in step with rapidly expanding body of medical knowledge• flipped course• core biochemistry class at Stanford’s medical school• attendance & attainmentscopeblog.stanford.edu/2012/05/stanford-professors-propose-re-imagining-medical-education-with-lecture-less-classes/
  • 33. > 1 BILLION >500m >175m >120m/hour 5th on web 4 billion views 6 billion per day
  • 34. Social media & LEARNINGFind things Share resources & ideasSearch effectively with Google Share your calendarSearch the Social Web with other tools Share filesUseful sources on the Social Web Share weblinks Share photos, videos and screencasts Share presentationsKeep up to date Share ideas and experiences by bloggingMonitor new stuff web content Share ideas and experiences by podcastingRead industry, analyst & practitioner blogsSubscribe to blog/web feeds with an RSS reader Collaborate effectivelyBuild a trusted network Work collaboratively on a document Collaborate on ad hoc documents in real-timeFacebook Create a collaborative resource using a wikiLinkedIn Set up a group spaceTwitterYammerOther online communities Productivity gains Use a good web browserCommunicate effectively Use a personal online dashboard Use other personal productivity toolsGmail webmail Use other team productivity toolsSkypeGroup chat
  • 35. Peer learning
  • 36. “Data is not the plural of anecdote”
  • 37. Peer review: AROPA
  • 38. Peer review: PeerWise
  • 39. Peer review: Peermark
  • 40. Peer learning– Judith Harris– To teach is to learn– Critical thinking– Group bonding– Peers close to problems– Massively scalable
  • 41. Peer learning: Higher attainment Group 1 “experienced, highly-trained instructor” ‘lectured’ group scored 41% Group 2 “trained but inexperienced instructor” ‘peer group’ 74% higher attendance more engagement Improved Learning in a Large-enrollment Physics Class’ by Deslauriers, Schelew & Wieman
  • 42. Assessment
  • 43. Simulations
  • 44. Flight simulators1909 First physical Flight Simulator1927 First pneumatic platform simulator1940s 10,000 Link Trainers during World War II1948 First commercial Flight Simulator Pan-Am1950s Cameras over terrain models1954 Pitch, roll and yaw1960s Digital computers1969 Hydraulics six degrees of freedom1970s Projected visual systems1982 Microsoft Flight Simulator (3 years before Windows)
  • 45. Era of rapid simsRapid DevelopmentBowser deliveredHigh fidelityEmbedded pedagogywww.caspianlearning.co.ukwww.thinkingworlds.co.uk
  • 46. First person shooterFirst person thinker 1.
  • 47. Softskills: Conflict Resolution9 scenarios  Colleagues at work  Receptionist/awkward patient  Nurse/confrontational patient  Drunk male in A&E  Ward/angry visitor  Nurse after violent attack  Patient/cultural sensitivity  Receptionist/A&E/mentally ill patient
  • 48. Adaptive learning
  • 49. Adaptive learning
  • 50. M-learning
  • 51. M-learning = learning on the move
  • 52. The future is alreadyhere….….it’s just not evenlydistributed.
  • 53. 10 hidden rules of tech-nology1. Technology has ALLURE2. Technology is HARDWARE+SOFTWARE3. Technology can be USURPED4. Technology has PREVIOUS TECHNOLOGIES5. Technology is about SCALE6. Technology reduces COST7. Technology can be TEACHER/LEARNER-CENTRIC8. Technology produces NOSTALGIA9. Technology locks in PRACTICE10. Technology is UNPREDICTABLE
  • 54. Napsterisation oflearning:• democratisation• decentralisation• disintermediation
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  • 56. DONALD CLARKBloghttp://donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com/Emaildonald.clark@hotmail.co.ukTwitter@donaldclarkFacebookDonaldClark