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    • Digital learning:Connected, Collaborated and Constructed by Jacob Theilgaard, JBT@mannaz.com
    • The game changing new reality“The shift from traditional mass media to asystem of horizontal communication networksorganized around the Internet and wirelesscommunication has introduced a multiplicity ofcommunication patterns,at the source of a fundamentalcultural transformation,as virtuality becomes an essential dimension ofour reality.” Catells: The rise of the Network society, 2010
    • 38 years to 50 mill.1439 Gutenberg1480 110 Printing press in Europe 13 years to 50 mill. 4 years to 50 mill. 9 months to1439 Gutenberg 200 mill.1480 110 Printing press in Europe
    • Networked Intelligence • Collaboration • Openness • Sharing • Integrity • Interdependence
    • We can use computers to extend thecapabilities of our own minds. They can become therepositories of our knowledge. http://www.phillwebb.netComputers as mind tools JBT@MANNAZ.COM
    • Important elements of the future • ”World to my desktop” • Mediated Immersion • Mobile Wireless Devices13/06/2012 • WEB 2.0 Side 6 JBT@MANNAZ.COM
    • How the WEB change learning • The web support the comparison • Introducing learning based on between many sources of searching, sorting and information, each incomplete synthesize of information, rather and together contradictory than assimilation of information of one „true‟ information source • The media and the user interface • Advanced way to synthesize new supports multitasking knowledge? • ”Napsterisme” – combining • Tailor-made teaching products others design and services, adjusted to the individual need, rather than one • Sharing and cooperation through size fits all in length, content and13/06/2012 the web pedagogical way Side 7 JBT@MANNAZ.COM
    • We will need new ‘literacies’• Social networking• Privacy maintenance• Identity management• Creating content• Organising content• Reusing and repurposing• Filtering and selecting• Self broadcasting
    • Study shows… “With social networking, most”Today already 47% of business everyone can reach out to peerstechnology users at N. America for advice on most any how-to,and European companies report and Google is now everyusing one or more websites(s) to employee’s adjunct professor.”do parts of their jobs that are notsanctioned by their IT department. “Between one-third and two-thirdsWe expect this number to grow of your employees are meetingcloser to 60% in 2011 as their needs by working aroundfrustrated workers work around IT you.”to self-provision technology” Forrester research, April 2011 Jensen & Klein, Blind Spots, April 2011
    • ConnectivismWe live in a techno-social world Learning occurs inside andoutside of people – we store ourknowledge in computers and inother people – George Siemens
    • CollaborationComputer-supported collaborative learning is a educational paradigm within collaborative learning which uses technology to help mediate and support collaborative learning context
    • ConstructivismDeals with the way people create meaningof the world through a series of individual constructs. Constructs are the different types of filters to change our reality from chaos to order.
    • Smart workers• Learns continuously doing her job• Immediate access to solutions to his performance challenge• Share what he knows• Relies on network• Learn with and from others• Keep updated on development• Strive to improve productivity• Thrives on autonomy
    • EX: • M.U.L.E • V.L.E • M.O.O.C • P.L.E • Network student13-06-2012 Side 14 JBT@MANNAZ.COM
    • Personal Learning Environments PLEs are not only personal web tools and personal learning networks. PLEs are much wider than this, taking in experiences and reality, as well as Personal learning through TV, Learning Personal music, paper based materials, radio & more Network Learning formal contexts. Environment Learning content is not as important now as where (or who) to connect to, to find it. Personal PWTs are any web Web Tools tools, (usually Web 2.0) chosen by learners to support their lifelong learning. JBT@MANNAZ.COM
    • How.. Action Learning Groups M.O.O.C Virtuel Virtual input Action learning report PLE Learning Personal Groups Learning Virtuel Enviroment learning (virtual) Action report Webinars Learning Groups B/V-Logs “LMS”13/06/2012 Learning management systems Side 16 JBT@MANNAZ.COM
    • Conceptualized and compiled by Jacob B. Theilgaard M(A).psych.lic. Principal Consultant13/06/2012