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Eded20491 T1 2010
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Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
Eded20491 T1 2010
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  • 1. ICTs for Learning Design Scot
Aldred Course
Coordinator
  • 2. Today’s
Agenda • Course
Aims • Coordinator’s
Introduc5on • My
Expecta5ons • Rules
of
Engagement • Using
Technology • Digital
Pedagogies • Learning
Management
and Dimensions
of
Learning
(DoL) • Mahara
e.PorEolio • Assessment
* Flickr
hIp://www.flickr.com/photos/ramdiboy/4190799633/
  • 3. Course
Aims • Design
effec5ve
pedagogical
strategies
that
engage
and challenge
learners; • Profile
the
learning
needs
of
students
through
the
use of
the
relevant
learning
design
ques5ons; • Analyse
the
profile
of
a
learner
cohort
to
select pedagogical
prac5ces
and
content
knowledge
to enhance
learning
using
a
range
of
ICTs; • Demonstrate
effec5ve
and
efficient
use
of
digital pedagogies
to
enhance
student
learning; • Develop,
display,
refine
and
reflect
upon
skills associated
with
the
meaningful
use
of
technology
in classrooms.*
  • 4. Coordinator’s
Introduc5on • Born
1955
*
  • 5. Coordinator’s
Introduc5on • Technical
Trade Background. • Predominantly Voca5onal
Educa5on and
Training experience.
*
  • 6. Coordinator’s
Introduc5on • Partner
&
3
adult children
(5 grandchildren).
  • 7. Coordinator’s
Introduc5on • An
Adventurer
and Environmentalist.
  • 8. Coordinator’s
Introduc5on • Indigenous
educa5on advocate.
  • 9. Coordinator’s
Introduc5on • Story
teller.
  • 10. Course
Aims So
What
does
that
all
mean? • What
was
your
experience
of school? • Do
children
behave
and
think
the same
as
when
you
went
to
school? • Is
behaviour
a
problem
in
schools? • What
impact
does
adverse behaviour
have
on
student learning? • Is
behaviour
management
the
only answer? • Do
we
need
to
be
trapped
in
a tradi5onal
schooling
paradigm?
* Boy
of
SamBok
Chap,
Andon
Village,
Phnom
Penh Flickr
hIp://www.flickr.com/photos/ramdiboy/4190799633/
  • 11. Course
Aims Stewie’s
Story Ques5ons
to
answer
ajer
the
audio
track •What
is
the
Band? •Moral
for
teachers? This
Course
will
show
how
to engage
the
Stewies
and provide
richer
learning opportuni5es. hIp://lincolnpalmer.smugmug.com/photos/367304365_eQiNZ‐L.jpg
  • 12. My
Expecta5ons 1. You
will
engage
early
with
the Online
Courseware
(O
Week!!). 2. You
will
abide
by
the
Rules
of Engagement. 3. You
will
act
ethically
and collegially. Flicker
hIp://www.flickr.com/photos/smannion/2948636307/sizes/s/ 4. You
accept
the
challenge
to
take risks
involved
in
learning
new technologies.
  • 13. Rules
of
Engagement 1. All
ques5ons
regarding
the Course
are
to
be
posted
on the
discussion
forums
unless it
is
a
private,
or
confiden5al nature. 2. Emails
and
phone
calls
that Flicker
hIp://www.flickr.com/photos/smannion/2948636307/sizes/s/ are
not
private
or confiden5al
will
not
be answered. Consulta5on
hours 3. Why??
–
fairness
and 9‐00
AM
to
1‐00PM efficiency.
* Mondays
and
Thursdays
  • 14. Using
Technology 1. Immediacy
of
learning. 2. Authen5c
tasks
bring relevance. 3. Used
correctly
it
can
engage previously
unengaged students. 4. Can
lead
to
more
student‐ centred
learning.
* hIp://images.apple.com/ipad/home/images/hero7_20100127.png
  • 15. Digital
Pedagogies 1. What
is
a
“Digital
Pedagogy”? 2. Learning
Engagement
Theory. a) Relate,
Create,
Donate. 3. Ac5ve
Learning a) Effec5ve
Learning
and
learning styles b) Mazlow’s
Hierarchy
of
Needs (1970) Flickr:
hIp://farm1.sta5c.flickr.com/116/275748519_9ddea439c4_m.jpg c) Mul5ple
Intelligences
(Gardner, 1975) d) Emo5onal/Social
Intelligence (Abraham,
2006) 4. Brief
Overview
of
Learning
Theory
*
  • 16. Learning
Management
and
DoL 1. 8
Learning
Management Ques5ons. 2. Learning
design
vs
curriculum design. 3. Focus
is
on
pedagogy. 4. 5
Dimensions
of
Learning. 5. Emphasis
on
DoL
1
&
5. 6. Research‐proven
pedagogical strategies.
* hIp://www.kurwongbss.eq.edu.au/thinking/Dimensions/Dimensionsmodel.jpg
  • 17. Mahara
e.PorEolio 1. Stores
files
(up
to
100MB
for $5/year). 2. Builds
your
CV. 3. Updatable
online
professional profile. 4. Unlimited
number
of
Blogs. 5. Unlimited
number
of
“Views”. 6. Belongs
to
you,
not
CQUni. hIp://cqu‐mahara.netspot.com.au/ 7. 
Costs
$5/year
for
each
100MB of
storage. 8. Demo. 9. Mahara
Res
School
tutorials.
*
  • 18. Assessment
Task
1—20% 1. 10
quizzes
‐‐
10
ques5ons
each. 2. 70%
overall,
pass
mark
required. 3. Closed
ajer
end
of
Week
6. 4. In
the
same
Moodle
week
that they
are
tes5ng. 5. Only
1
aIempt
for
each
quiz. 6. Designed
to
test
recall
and hIp://www.insidesocal.com/ou5nhollywood/,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,sad‐face.jpg understanding
of
first
6
weeks content.
*
  • 19. Assessment
Task
2—30% 1. Reflec5ve
Synopsis
and
Blog. 2. Follow
the
learning
ac5vi5es
to populate
/journal
your
Blog. 3. Apply
the
conceptual frameworks
to
each
piece
of technology/pedagogy
in
the learning
ac5vi5es. hIp://amanda4of6.files.wordpress.com/2009/04 /smiley‐face‐scared.jpg 4. You
are
marked
ONLY
on
your reflec5ve
synopsis
and
any
Blog pos5ngs
you
refer
to
in
the synopsis.
*
  • 20. Assessment
Task
3—50% 1. Constructed
in
Mahara. 2. Design
and
FULLY
Develop
a substan5al
learning
experience that
includes
extensive
teacher and
student
use
of
ICTs. 3. Ac5on
plans
submiIed
prior
to
the end
of
Week
7
will
receive
CC feedback. 4. Must
use
Learning
Engagement Theory
as
the
design
framework. 5. Report
the
design
and development
in
a
Mahara
View. 6. Document
your
professional discourse
throughout
the
course
in hIp://www.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_ap prove/10808284/2/istockphoto_10808284‐ astonished‐face‐covered‐with‐clay.jpg the
View.
*
  • 21. Assessment
Ques5ons hIp://apmmm.com/images/artshiz/art038.jpg
  • 22. Concluding
Ques5ons 1. Have
you
got
what
it
takes
to
break
free of
your
preconceived
ideas
about educa5on? 2. Do
you
want
a
teaching
career characterised
by
learning
and engagement,
or
one
dominated
by Flickr hIp://www.flickr.com/photos behaviour
management? /ramdiboy/4190799633/ 3. Can
you
overcome
any
technology
fears you
may
have? 4. Are
you
prepared
to
change
children’s lives
and
their
des5ny? 5. How
many
“Stewies”
will
you
engage
in your
learning
environment?
* hIp://lincolnpalmer.smugmug.com/ph otos/367304365_eQiNZ‐L.jpg

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