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Where ideas are born: BYOD4L MELSIG Smart Learning #3 contribution by Chrissi Nerantzi and Sue Beckingham 14 April 2014

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  • 1. Smart Learning #3 MELSIG event, at MMU 14 April 2014 Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer Manchester Metropolitan University @chrissinerantzi Sue Beckingham Academic Developer Sheffield Hallam University @suebecks
  • 2. Bring Your Own Device for Learning
  • 3. global trends • authentic and contextualised learning • personalised, self-organised, self-directed • social learning • flexible pedagogies • lifelong and lifewide learning • connected, collaborative, open • recognising finally the positive impact of human interaction for learning The future of education (2030 vision): “The overall vision is that personalisation, collaboration and informalisation (informal learning) will be at the core of learning in the future. “ (Redecker, 2014, 12)
  • 4. What did we want to explore... Can we create an open learning ecology that enables learners to learn with and from each other in a supportive environment using authentic and inquiry- based pedagogical models? How can we support open learners effectively to create the foundations of a vibrant learning community?
  • 5. BYOD4L is... mobile flexible collaborative authentic autonomous self-organised self-determined pick ‘n’ mix supported registration-free for teachers & students rewarding achievement BYOD4Learning course MELSIG Smart Learningevent #3 MELSIG Book project
  • 6. using authentic stories student stories teacher stories
  • 7. getting ready Connect Communicate Curate Collaborate Create
  • 8. Day 1 Twitter traffic in the morning
  • 9. extending BYOD4L through F2F local engagement
  • 10. BYOD4L answer garden 1 February 14 http://answergarden.ch/view/80135
  • 11. BYOD4L blog traffic
  • 12. What next? • Evaluate this experiment (+learning analytics data) • Open facilitators’ experiences research project (work-in- progress) • Sheffield Hallam University plans to offer BYOD4L in the near future (June 2014) • Smart Learning Book project (MELSIG) • Organising a cross-institutional BYOD4L event later in the year with colleagues in NZ (a possibility at the moment) • FLEX pilot using open badges at MMU • Further collaborative projects are discussed between MMU and SHU • We are also open to other ideas and collaborations ;)
  • 13. Bring Your Own Devices for Learning Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer Manchester Metropolitan University @chrissinerantzi Sue Beckingham Academic Developer Sheffield Hallam University @suebecks 5 Days or 5 a Day?

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