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Sign Up Tool And Good Teaching Practice.Final Sign Up Tool And Good Teaching Practice.Final Presentation Transcript

  • DIVIDE (YOURSELVES) AND RULE, HERE’S THE SIGN-UP TOOL ByBart Cornille
    • Ants create a lifeboat in the Amazon jungle - BBC wildlife
    Session 1
    • How does a group of social animals like ants organizes its own behavior?
    • How can ants build such complex infrastructure and at the same time be so flexible towards its environment without any form of management or design?
    Questions?
    • Gravity_baby , 9 months & a day
    Session 1
    • How do individuals organize their own behavior?
    • How does a group of human beings organizes its own behavior?
    • How are groups being created?
    • What determines a leader?
    Questions?
    • SELF ORGANISATION !!!
    One Answer?
    • Learning outcomes:
    • Participants will be able to define the concept of connectivism
    • Participants will be able to analyze the importance a self-organizing learning process
    • Participants will learn to create a sign-up list
    • Participants will be able to explore GTP with sign-up
    • Participants will be able to explore GTP with adaptive release and sign-up
    Divide (yourselves) and rule, here’s the sign-up tool
  • Session 2:
    • Food for thought about learning today:
    • Think holistically
    • All the knowledge is in the
    • connections (David Rumelhart)
    • The structure of the device becomes the structure of the knowledge (James Bosco)
  • Learning today
  • Connectivism
    • Connectivism is one of the theories that explore how learning happens in the digital age.
    • Connectivism is the integration of principles explored by chaos, network, complexity, and self-organization theories.
  • Connectivism
    • learning as a self-organizing process
    • Stand ad random in a closed circle with your group. Try to reorganise yourselves within the circle according to month + year of birth… without talking .
    • Ssssssstt.
    GAME/ACTIVITY
    • How can you effectively divide a group of 600 international students into groups of equal English language levels?
    GROUPDISCUSSION
  • The sign-up tool in Blackboard
    • It is a tool which you make available through a content area in your course so that students can enroll themselves (sign up) for:
    • Tutor groups
    • Activities
    • Workshops
    • Practicums
    • Essays etc.
  • Example of GTP with sign-up
  • Example of GTP with sign-up
  • Example of GTP with sign-up
  • Added value of sign-up tool
    • controlling the group size
    • allowing people to reserve places
    • not displaying the names of those you have signed up
    • using the sign up lists generate blackboard group membership
    • add or remove users or use the list to populate new or existing groups in Blackboard
    • flexibility in allowing you to create multiple sign up lists
  •  
  • Thank you!
    • Bart Cornille
    • Educational Technologist
    • E-Campus
    • University Antwerp
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Blog: http://backtoblackboard.wordpress.com/