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Learning Futures: Education, Technology &      Sustainability Jacob Davidsen &Marianne Georgsen Aalborg University   Depar...
Agenda• Presenting ”Interaction between learners in an  interactive learning environment”    Working question – how can t...
A design for learning• By design for learning we mean the  totality of three elements (Davidsen &  Georgsen, 2010):  The ...
Classroom design
Situations from the classrooms
Pedagogical design             Concept            formationInteractivity           Interaction
Contemporary researchInteractive technology     Interactive dialogue• IWB, software, touch-    • Pedagogy, design,  screen...
Levels ofcollaborationA model developed in the CSCW fieldby Neale et al 2004.Use for describing and analysingcomputer medi...
Findings• Presenting three levels of interaction:    Level 1: Lets learn together now    Level 2: The right answers is t...
Lets learn together nowLoosely coupledInformation sharingLight-weight interactionsCoordination
The right answer is there,                lets find it?Loosely coupled  tighter coupledInformation sharingLight-weight in...
Follow the planTighter coupled  tightly coupledInformation sharingLight-weight interactionsCoordinationCollaboration
Conclusions• A need to focus on interaction levels  between learners for developing learning  activities and designs suppo...
New questions• What are the classroom dynamics in a  technology rich environment?• How can designs for learning promote  a...
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  1. 1. Learning Futures: Education, Technology & Sustainability Jacob Davidsen &Marianne Georgsen Aalborg University Department of Communication & Psychological
  2. 2. Agenda• Presenting ”Interaction between learners in an interactive learning environment”  Working question – how can teachers facilitate interaction and interactivity between learners in design and action?• Aim of this presentation is to identify some of the levels of interaction between learners in the technology rich environment we have studied.
  3. 3. A design for learning• By design for learning we mean the totality of three elements (Davidsen & Georgsen, 2010): The physical surroundings and layout of the classroom; the digital resources and technological framework; and finally the learning materials and activities designed by the teacher.
  4. 4. Classroom design
  5. 5. Situations from the classrooms
  6. 6. Pedagogical design Concept formationInteractivity Interaction
  7. 7. Contemporary researchInteractive technology Interactive dialogue• IWB, software, touch- • Pedagogy, design, screens, Smart-phones, infrastructure, teacher Ipads, resources, and student roles, games etc. partcipation patterns and forms.
  8. 8. Levels ofcollaborationA model developed in the CSCW fieldby Neale et al 2004.Use for describing and analysingcomputer mediated group work.These levels of interaction can bemodified for face-to-face learningsituations.Depending on theoretical standpointyou can argue wether collaborationor cooperation is the highest level.Neale et al.: ”if the proper levels ofcommunication and coordination issupported, groups achieve commonground and acquire activityawareness critical for effective groupfunctioning.”
  9. 9. Findings• Presenting three levels of interaction:  Level 1: Lets learn together now  Level 2: The right answers is there, lets find it  Level 3: Follow the plan
  10. 10. Lets learn together nowLoosely coupledInformation sharingLight-weight interactionsCoordination
  11. 11. The right answer is there, lets find it?Loosely coupled  tighter coupledInformation sharingLight-weight interactionsCoordinationCollaboration
  12. 12. Follow the planTighter coupled  tightly coupledInformation sharingLight-weight interactionsCoordinationCollaboration
  13. 13. Conclusions• A need to focus on interaction levels between learners for developing learning activities and designs supporting interaction• Learning is more than facts and concepts – it is important to focus on and teach collaborative skills• The technological setup gives an excellent opportunity for studying childrens collaboration and negotiation processes
  14. 14. New questions• What are the classroom dynamics in a technology rich environment?• How can designs for learning promote a high level of interaction between learners?
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