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Keynote presentation by Claudio Dondi at the 7th EDEN Research Workshop in Leuven

Keynote presentation by Claudio Dondi at the 7th EDEN Research Workshop in Leuven

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    Is ICT Actually Helping the Learner to Drive? - Claudio Dondi Is ICT Actually Helping the Learner to Drive? - Claudio Dondi Presentation Transcript

    • Is ICT actually helping thelearner to drive?A combinedresearch/policyperspective7th EDEN Research WorkshopLeuven, 22-23 October 2012 Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER Senior Fellow of EDEN
    • 1st Issue: Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective The learner at the centre Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN  Who disagrees?  How far is reality from this principle?  Have institutional education systems progressed in the last ten years?Claudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • 2nd Issue: Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective ICT can help (we all agree) Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN  So why hasn’t it happened yet?  Wrong technology?  Wrong way to use ICT?  Curriculum constraints?  Lack of competences?  Need to gradually adapt institutional systems to major changes seen as necessary?  No real intention to change?Claudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective What does research say? (1/3) Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN How can ICT contribute to learner’s emancipation? (Noss, 2012 – TEL Research Programme UK) 1. Connect 7. Engage 2. Share 8. (Streamline) 3. (Analyse) 9. (Include) 4. Assess 10. Know 5. Apply 11. Compute 6. Personalise 12. ConstructClaudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective What does research say? (2/3) Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN How can ICT contribute to learner’s emancipation? (Visir 2012 – Vision Report) 1. Access to contents 7. Peer support/expert 2. Supporting the learning of support competences (processes) 8. Self-assessment and 3. Opening up learning documentation of learning context achievement 4. Active learning process 9. Responsabilisation and 5. Ubiquitous learning access ownership of learning 6. Learning communities 10. Learning quality awareness by learnersClaudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective What does research say? (3/3) Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN How can ICT contribute to learner’s emancipation? (STELLAR NoE, 2012 – Dephi studi tensions) 1. Data tracking for personalised learning vs. Data Privacy 2. Digital divide despite technology spread 3. Ubiquitous Learning Opportunities vs. Focused and Critical Processing of Information 4. Established practices vs. continuous innovation in the classroom 5. Individual Learning Paths vs. Standardised Learning PathsClaudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective Some policy dilemmas Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN  Is it realistic to change institutional education from inside?  Is it possible to bring innovative practices from informal learning into formal education?  Isn’t flexibility a possible path towards de-responsabilisation of the state/collectivity towards public education?  What about learners who need more support?  Is ICT a significant contributor to cost-effectiveness in public education?Claudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective Towards polarisation? Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN  Credentialised vs. uncertified learning outcomes  Regulated curricula vs. self-managed paths  Teacher supported vs. peer supported learning A BClaudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • What does polarisation Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective mean in term of… Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN  Social equity?  Economics of education?  Evolution/survival of present education institutions?  Emergence of new learning support professions?Claudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • Can we bring learners to driving Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective seat while avoiding polarisation? Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN A few conditions:  Full awareness of the relevance of challenge by education institutions  Renewed articulation of the aims of education: a policy task to be conducted in a participative multi-stakeholder approach  Research support to facilitate a delicate transition phase – system view required!  Full awareness and competence of individuals as learning citizensClaudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012
    • But remember: Is ICT actually helping the learner to drive? - A combined research/policy perspective ICT differentiation and personalisation of supply are so needed! Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER – Senior Fellow of EDEN (and do not necessarily lead to polarisation) Thank you! cdondi@scienter.org http://visir-network.eu/Claudio Dondi, President of SCIENTER 7th Eden Research Workshop – Leuven 22-23 October 2012