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    3D-remediation of virtual pedagogic practice 3D-remediation of virtual pedagogic practice Presentation Transcript

    • Toward a conceptualframework for 3D-remediation of pedagogic practice
      A casestudyofpeople, placesandpracticesremediatedthroughSecond Life (SL)
      RQ1: Howdoes 3D-remediation impact a particularcommunity of pedagogicpractice?
      Case: Master in ICT and Learning (MIL), 6 week online courseon ”ICT and pedagogic design”
      3 completed research cycles from 2007-2009
      RQ2: Howcan an Action Research approach inform the process of remediatingpedagogicpractice?
    • Lave & Wenger
      Learninghappens in situatedpractice
      Creation of meaningthroughnegotiation
      Keywordsare:
      Experience
      Doing
      Belonging
      Becoming
    • Vygotsky
      Ourinteractionwith the world is mediated via tools/artifacts
      Activity is cultural and historicallysituated and facilitateslearning
      New toolschange the structure and outcome of practice
    • Bolter & Grusin
      Remediationrefers to how new, digital media refashion and reform older media – changingstructure and outcome of practice
      Hypermediacy = aims at enhancing the user’sawareness of the mediation/the media
      Immediacy = aims at diminishing the user’sawareness of the mediation/the media
    • Respectfulremediation
      Main  objective  is  to  reproduce prior  practice  with  no  apparent   critique  –  often  focusing  on  a  quantitative  outcome.  
      Other  media  are  represented   without  manipulation  in  the  mediation.
       In  general,  this  type  of  remediation  enhances   the  authenticity  and  enforces  the  authority  of  the  original  media  and  practice.  
      Tradition,  familiarity  and  certainty  are  keywords  in  this  strategy.
      Changes  are   experienced  as  minor,  evolutionary  modifications  and  typically  only  involve  change  in   modality,  not  specific  activities.
    • Radicalremediation
      Main  objective  is  to  reform  prior  practice  based  on  critical   review  –  often  focusing  on  a  qualitative  outcome.  
      Other  media  are  represented   manipulatively  in  the  mediation.  
      In  general,  this  type  of  remediation  challenges  both   authenticity  and  authority  of  the  original  media  and  practice.  
      Innovation,  alienation   and  uncertainty  are  keywords  in  this  strategy.  
      Changes  are  experienced  as  major,   revolutionary  transformations,  and  typically  involve  change  in  both  modality  and   activities.
    • Basic model of remediation of pedagogicpractice – strategiclevel
    • 1. Research cycle (MIL07)
      Explore SL and the impactonthiscommunity
      22 students, 1 teacher
      Respectfulremediation
      Self-directedlearning, littlein-worldfacilitation
      Interventions provednecessary

      5scheduledactivities
    • Basic model of remediation of pedagogicpractice – tacticlevel
    • 2. Research cycle (MIL08)
      Furtherexplore SL and activities
      12 students, 1 teacher and 2 guest-teachers
      Radicalremediation
      Self-directedlearning, but highin-worldfacilitation
      25 scheduledactivities
    • 3. Research cycle (MIL09)
      Furtherexplore SL, activities and new assessmentmethod
      8 students, 2 teachers and guests
      Radicalremediation
      Self-directedlearning, but highin-worldfacilitation
      15 scheduledactivities
    • New assessmentmethod – in-worldpresentations of DidacticAnalysis
    • 3D-remediation model
    • 4. Research cycle (MIL10)
      Furtherexploreactivities and assessmentmethod
      12 students, 1 teacher and guests
      Radicalremediation
      Self-directedlearning, highin-worldfacilitation
      10 scheduledactivities + the students’ presentations
    • More info onmyresearch blogThankyou :-)