E Discussion 29 Sept 2009

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  • 1. Lessons Learned from the Distance Learning Session An E-discussion facilitated by Florence Beraud for ITC-ILO Sept 2009
  • 2. Objectives of this E-discussion
    • 1) Find out the lessons learned during the distance learning phase of the course
    • 2) Discover and experiment an E-learning tool that can be used during your own distance learning courses
  • 3. Organisation of the E-discussion
    • Getting familiar with this new environment: « get your hands on »
    • Short presentation of a « Model of Teaching and Learning Online » developed by Gilly Salmon
    • E-discussion between tutor and participants' own experience in the Distance Learning Session
  • 4.
    • Getting used to this new environment
  • 5. Gillie Salmon Model of Teaching and Learning Online Stage 1: Access and Motivation Online Socialisation Information Exchange Knowledge Construction Development
  • 6. Gillie Salmon Model of Teaching and Learning Online
    • Stage 1: Access and Motivation
    • The purpose of this stage is to expose participants to the platform and to enable them to become successful with the technology used during the course.
    • Technical support needs to be available widely.
    • Stage 1 is generally over when participants have posted their first messages
  • 7. Gillie Salmon Model of Teaching and Learning Online
    • Stage 2: Online Socialisation
    • Participants become familiar with the online environment
    • Tutor creates opportunities for socialisation and help participants to understand how contact with other participants will contribute to their own learning
    • Tutor should promote mutual respect and help participants with same interest to identify each others
  • 8. Gillie Salmon Model of Teaching and Learning Online
    • Stage 3: Information Exchange
    • Tutor helps participants to become independant and enthusiastic about working online
    • For participants, this stage requires interaction with participants and interaction with course content
  • 9. Gillie Salmon Model of Teaching and Learning Online
    • Stage 4: Knowledge Construction
    • Participants interact with each others and with tutor
    • Participants formulate and write down their ideas and understanding of the topic (in our case, self assessments)‏
  • 10. Gillie Salmon Model of Teaching and Learning Online
    • Stage 5: Development
    • Participants become responsible for their own learning and need little support
    • Challenges and arguments support deeper thinking and reflection and ensure the application of the new learning
  • 11. 3 Questions to guide our E-discussion
    • 1) Which stage of GS model did you reach?
    • 2) Which difficulties did you encounter in each stage?
    • 3) If you didn't go to the final stage, what prevented to do so (other than lack of time)?