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This is the presentation of a storytelling session in Joint Techonolgy Enhanced Learning 2010 Summer School in Ohrid, Macedonia

This is the presentation of a storytelling session in Joint Techonolgy Enhanced Learning 2010 Summer School in Ohrid, Macedonia

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  • Today I will do king of STORY TELLING, and I expect you to JOIN me with your stories in learning in Universities. I was a student in TEL SS in 2008 and learned a lot TEL stuff. Used them in all my courses during these 2 years. Now it is time to share what I how done ? How I have done? Results...
  • If so as educators our aim should be to arrange the teaching and learning: methods, materials, approaches, strategies, and teachers attitude according to 21st century STUDENTS. DON’T ACCUSE students
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    • 1. The innovative, creative, and engaging educator in Academia
      AlevElçi
      Eastern Mediterranean University
      Northern Cyprus
      Presented in JTEL 2010 summer School
      Ohrid Macedonia
    • 2. Role Playing
      Question: State one of the learning problems todays students encounter in Academia?
      Response: As an educator, what would you suggest in order to enhance learners engagement and building knowledge using technology?
    • 3. Outline
      Challenges in Higher Education
      Learning environments
      Technology Enhanced Learning Tools
      Social networks
      Facebook
      Ning
      Wikis
      Digital Storytelling
      Role of students
      Role of educators
      Results & Discussion
    • 4. Challenges in Higher Education
      Neither students nor faculty are happy!
      Change in needs & expectations of students (Ellis, R., 1993;Fallows, S., & Bhanot, R., 2005).
      Change in learning environments (Grodecka, K., Pata, K., & Valjataga, T., 2008).
      Need to embrace 21st century learning skills (Solomon, G., & Schrum, L., 2007).
    • 5. Complaints about todays students
      Do not read adequately
      Do not research adequately
      Do not meet deadlines
      Do not study
      Have no interest on the subjects
      Last minute problem solvers
      Do not bother with things
      Try to find an easy way to do things
      Complain...
    • 6. Change in 21st Century Students’ Learning
      Learning styles
      Games
      Learning time and place
      Networks
      Use of Technology
      Experiential
      Constructivist
      Creativity
      Personal Learning Environments
    • 7. Learning Environments
      Traditional Classrooms are limiting!
      Wider range of context
      At home
      Library
      Cafe
      Mobile
      Online
      Accessible 24/7
      Social Communities
      Collaborative
      Any time, any where, any phase...
    • 8. TEL Tools
      Social Networks
      Facebook
      Ning
      Wikis
      Wikispaces
      Wetpaint
      Digital Storytelling
      Alice
      Emphasize
      Team building
      Peer-to-peer Collaboration
      Teacher student collaboration
      Projects
      Storytelling
      Games
      Animations
    • 9. Facebook
      • Used in IT Department since 2007 forming groups
      • 10. CSIT474 Advanced Database Management for DBA in Oracle
      • 11. CSIT422 Project Management in IT
      • 12. Sharing content related
      • 13. Links
      • 14. Videos
      • 15. Photos
      • 16. Communication
      • 17. Discussions
      • 18. Peer to peer learning
    • Facebook
      Advantage
      Most students are already registered
      Familiar user interface
      Informal learning
      Entertainment & Learning
      Disadvantage
      Focusing on learning is difficult since other news distract
      No privacy
    • 19. Facebook groups
      http://www.facebook.com/editaccount.php?language#/group.php?gid=17894549712&ref=ts
      http://www.facebook.com/editaccount.php?language#/group.php?gid=17790879328&ref=ts
    • 20.
    • 21. Ning
      • Start to use at 2008 after TEL Summer School Ohrid
      • 22. CPIT224 Term Project “Dream Factory” for using Alice to create 3D Animations
      • 23. CITE101 ICT in Education
      • 24. GPSC315 Software Applications for Guidance and Psychological Counselling
      • 25. ITEC474 Advanced Database Management for DBA in Oracle
      • 26. Sharing subject related
      • 27. Links
      • 28. Videos
      • 29. Photos
      • 30. Communication
      • 31. Solving problems in the projects
    • Ning
      • Advantage
      • 32. Private community
      • 33. Share experiences
      • 34. Entertainment & Learning
      • 35. Previous semesters contributions are available
      • 36. Disadvantage
      • 37. No sustainability after the course ends
      • 38. http://the-end.ning.com
      • 39. http://cite101.ning.com
      • 40. http://gpsc315.ning.com
      • 41. http://itec474.ning.com
    • 42. Wikis
      ITEC422 Project Management in IT
      For developing and collaborating in class projects with participation of all students
      Prepare another wiki project
      Prepare an IT newsletter for the department
      Collaborative writing
      Adding, editing, changing content
      Commenting each others contributions
      Learning Web 2.0 tool
    • 43. Wikis
      Advantage
      Project management collaboration and communication
      Creating common reports and documents
      Effective
      Disadvantage
      Training is needed
      Difficult to followup
      http://pminit.wikispaces.com/
    • 44.
    • 45. Alice
      Used in ITEC356 Introduction to Animation with Storytelling
      Learning to create animation or games with a 3D drag-and-drop software
      Digital stodytelling
      Object Oriented Programming concepts
    • 46. Alice
      Advantages
      Can further use animation and games for educational purposes
      Working on a project with students from different disciplines
      Disadvantage
      Individual work preferences of some students created problems in final group project
    • 47.
    • 48. Students
      They don’t want to be sole learner
      They want to participate in learning process
      They want to choose their personal learning environments
      They want to teach themselves
      They want to be active and engaged in what THEY want to learn
      They need to be interested in the subject
      They need to be encouraged
      They need to be motivated
      They usually prefer to work in communities
    • 49. What is the role of faculty member in facilitating new forms of learning?
      Not only Traditional Teacher... Knowledge transformer!
      Role model
      Creating communities for faculty development in collaborative educational technologies
      Orchestrating learners
      Connecting learners
      Creating wider range of context (learning environments)
    • 50. Role of educators
      Not only transfer knowledge!!!
      Facilitate
      Guide
      Collaborate
      Communicate
      Friend
      Parent
      24/7 connected
    • 51. Role of educators
      Considering that each student is different
      Attract early adopter students
      Engaging students
      Be creative in their teaching
      Innovate new forms of teaching
      Create various learning environments
      Share, care, dare...
    • 52. Result & Discussion
      Facilitating new forms of learning may close the gap between teachers and students that exists in traditional teaching.
      Also formal and informal learning environments can be hand in hand.
      Collaboration can be emphasized more than competition.
      Entertaining while teaching can be a priority.
      Teachers needs to be professionally developed to integrate technology in the curriculum for including new forms of learning activities.
      Also the sustainability is needed for future competence development.
    • 53. References
      • Ellis, R. (1993). Quality assurance for university teaching: Issues and approaches. In H.Eggins (Series Ed.), & R. Ellis (Vol. Ed.), The Society for Research into Higher Education. Quality Assurance for University Teaching. Great Briton: Open University Press.
      • 54. Fallows, S., & Bhanot, R. (Eds.). (2005). Quality in ICT-based higher education: Some introductory questions. In J. Wisdom (Series Ed.), The staff and educational development series. Quality issues in ICT-based higher education. NY: RoutledgeFalmer.
      • 55. Frazel, F. (2010). Digital Storytelling. Washington DC: International Society for Techology in Education.
      • 56. Grodecka, K., Pata, K., & Valjataga, T. (2008). How to Use Social Software in Higher Education. A handbook from the iCamp project (2005-2008).
      • 57. Solomon, G., & Schrum, L. (2007). Web 2.0: new Tools, new schools. Washington DC: International Society for Techology in Education.
    • Thank You...alev.elci@emu.edu.trhttp://sct.emu.edu.tr/alev
      New forms of learning for the new generation learners
      Let’s Share, care, dare...
    • 58. Let’s Share, care, dare...

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