Toward a conceptual framework for
3D-remediation of pedagogic practice
• A case study of people, places and practices
reme...
Lave & Wenger
• Learning happens in
situated practice
• Creation of meaning
through negotiation
• Keywords are:
– Experien...
Vygotsky
• Our interaction with the
world is mediated via
tools/artifacts
• Activity is cultural and
historically situated...
Bolter & Grusin
• Remediation refers to how
new, digital media refashion
and reform older media –
changing structure and
o...
Respectful remediation
• Main objective is to reproduce pr
ior practice with no apparent crit
ique –
often focusing on a q...
Radical remediation
• Main objective is to reform prior
practice based on critical review
–
often focusing on a qualitativ...
Basic model of remediation of pedagogic
practice – strategic level
1. Research cycle (MIL07)
• Explore SL and the impact on
this community
• 22 students, 1 teacher
• Respectful remediation
...
Basic model of remediation of pedagogic
practice – tactic level
2. Research cycle (MIL08)
• Further explore SL and
activities
• 12 students, 1 teacher and 2
guest-teachers
• Radical reme...
3. Research cycle (MIL09)
• Further explore SL, activities
and new assessment
method
• 8 students, 2 teachers and
guests
•...
New assessment method – in-world
presentations of Didactic Analysis
3D-remediation model
4. Research cycle (MIL10)
• Further explore activities
and assessment method
• 12 students, 1 teacher and
guests
• Radical...
More info on my research blog
Thank you :-)
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3D-remediation of virtual pedagogic practice

  1. 1. Toward a conceptual framework for 3D-remediation of pedagogic practice • A case study of people, places and practices remediated through Second Life (SL) • RQ1: How does 3D-remediation impact a particular community of pedagogic practice? – Case: Master in ICT and Learning (MIL), 6 week online course on ”ICT and pedagogic design” – 3 completed research cycles from 2007-2009 • RQ2: How can an Action Research approach inform the process of remediating pedagogic practice?
  2. 2. Lave & Wenger • Learning happens in situated practice • Creation of meaning through negotiation • Keywords are: – Experience – Doing – Belonging – Becoming
  3. 3. Vygotsky • Our interaction with the world is mediated via tools/artifacts • Activity is cultural and historically situated and facilitates learning • New tools change the structure and outcome of practice
  4. 4. Bolter & Grusin • Remediation refers to how new, digital media refashion and reform older media – changing structure and outcome of practice • Hypermediacy = aims at enhancing the user’s awareness of the mediation/the media • Immediacy = aims at diminishing the user’s awareness of the mediation/the media
  5. 5. Respectful remediation • Main objective is to reproduce pr ior practice with no apparent crit ique – often focusing on a quantitative outcome. • Other media are represented wit hout manipulation in the mediati on. • In general, this type of remediati on enhances the authenticity and enforces the authority of the ori ginal media and practice. • Tradition, familiarity and certainty are keywords in this strategy. • Changes are experienced as mino r, evolutionary modifications and typically only involve change in modality, not specific activities.
  6. 6. Radical remediation • Main objective is to reform prior practice based on critical review – often focusing on a qualitative o utcome. • Other media are represented ma nipulatively in the mediation. • In general, this type of remediati on challenges both authenticity a nd authority of the original medi a and practice. • Innovation, alienation and uncert ainty are keywords in this strateg y. • Changes are experienced as majo r, revolutionary transformations, and typically involve change in bo th modality and activities.
  7. 7. Basic model of remediation of pedagogic practice – strategic level
  8. 8. 1. Research cycle (MIL07) • Explore SL and the impact on this community • 22 students, 1 teacher • Respectful remediation • Self-directed learning, little in-world facilitation • Interventions proved necessary  • 5 scheduled activities
  9. 9. Basic model of remediation of pedagogic practice – tactic level
  10. 10. 2. Research cycle (MIL08) • Further explore SL and activities • 12 students, 1 teacher and 2 guest-teachers • Radical remediation • Self-directed learning, but high in-world facilitation • 25 scheduled activities
  11. 11. 3. Research cycle (MIL09) • Further explore SL, activities and new assessment method • 8 students, 2 teachers and guests • Radical remediation • Self-directed learning, but high in-world facilitation • 15 scheduled activities
  12. 12. New assessment method – in-world presentations of Didactic Analysis
  13. 13. 3D-remediation model
  14. 14. 4. Research cycle (MIL10) • Further explore activities and assessment method • 12 students, 1 teacher and guests • Radical remediation • Self-directed learning, high in-world facilitation • 10 scheduled activities + the students’ presentations
  15. 15. More info on my research blog Thank you :-)

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