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  • Learning Environments and their construction as well as maintenance is an important part of learning process and desired learning outcomes In many instructional theories learning environment is created by an instructional designer
  • Learning Environments and their construction as well as maintenance is an important part of learning process and desired learning outcomes In many instructional theories learning environment is created by an instructional designer
  • Learning Environments and their construction as well as maintenance is an important part of learning process and desired learning outcomes In many instructional theories learning environment is created by an instructional designer

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  • REVIVE technological methodology Introduction Joanna Wild – Centre for Social Innovation REVIVE workshop 9-10 Mars 2009, Budapest, Hungary
  • VET – problems & shortcomings
    • Curriculum follows the rules of Instructional Design Model
      • Pre-defined learning situations, not enough autonomy for learners in terms of individual/group planning for learning
    • Strong emphasis on subject-matter learning
      • Not enough space for Learning to Learn (def. of Learning to Learn by the EC)
    • VLEs – primary tutor-defined and controlled centralised systems
      • Not enough autonomy for learners in terms of tools, not enough space for social networking for learning purposes
  • REVIVE solutions
    • Learning to Learn in parallel to learning content
    • Move from closed institutional landscapes of tools (LMSs) to augmented landscapes (LMSs and SoSo)
      • Personal Learning Environments (PLEs)
    • More autonomy for learners
      • in terms of tools
      • in terms of learning environment – the learner adapts the environment to her needs
  • SWOT and survey results
    • All partners plan to use Moodle as LMS
    • Types of activities to be supported:
      • Individual learning and writing (5x)
      • Reflective activities (5x)
      • Self-assessment (5x)
      • Communicating and discussing (5x)
      • Collaboration (3x + 1 optional)
      • Sharing of learning materials (3x)
      • Using internet resources (3x)
      • Peer-assessment (2x)
      • Collaborative writing (1x)
      • TMA (1x + 2 - writing essays, assignments)
      • Working in social networks (1x)
  • Workshop planning. SWOT and survey results
    • The course is planned for:
      • Up to 20 students
        • BME (1 tutor), Chamber Castellon (2 tutors), LAAE (3 tutors)
      • More then 100
        • VMU (3 tutors ) STU (3 tutors)
    Workshop Agenda
  • Thank you for your attention! Joanna Wild Centre for Social Innovation [email_address]