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  • Conole estonia workshop

    1. 1. New approaches to designing for learning Gráinne Conole,cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2296 The Open University, UK Estonian elearning conference 7th April 2011
    2. 2. Technology paradoxesBlogs & wikis Media sharing Virtual worlds & online games Social networking
    3. 3. Technology paradoxes Paradoxes Technologies not fully exploited Little evidence of use of free resourcesBlogs & wikis Media sharing Virtual worlds & online games Social networking
    4. 4. Technology paradoxes Paradoxes Technologies not fully exploited Little evidence of use of free resourcesBlogs & wikis Media sharing Reasons Technical, pedagogical, organisational… “Lack of time, research vs. teaching, lack of skills, no rewards, no support….” Virtual worlds & online games Social networking
    5. 5. Technology paradoxes Paradoxes Technologies not fully exploited Little evidence of use of free resourcesBlogs & wikis Media sharing Reasons Technical, pedagogical, organisational… “Lack of time, research vs. teaching, lack of skills, no rewards, no support….” Solutions? Virtual worlds & Case studies, support networks online games Learning Design Social networking
    6. 6. The OU Learning Design Initiative Learning Design A design-based approach to creation and support of coursesAndrew Brasher, Paul Clark, Simon Cross, Juliette Culver, Nick Freear, Rebecca GallRichard Lovelock, Paul Mundin
    7. 7. The OU Learning Design Initiative Shift from belief-based, implicit approaches to design-based, explicit approaches Learning Design A design-based approach to creation and support of coursesAndrew Brasher, Paul Clark, Simon Cross, Juliette Culver, Nick Freear, Rebecca GallRichard Lovelock, Paul Mundin
    8. 8. The OU Learning Design Initiative Shift from belief-based, implicit approaches to design-based, explicit approaches Learning Design A design-based approach to creation and support of courses Encourages reflective, scholarly practices Promotes sharing and discussionAndrew Brasher, Paul Clark, Simon Cross, Juliette Culver, Nick Freear, Rebecca GallRichard Lovelock, Paul Mundin
    9. 9. Aspects of learning design
    10. 10. Aspects of learning design Foundations Collaboration Representation
    11. 11. Aspects of learning design s Too tie ls tivi Ac Re so s rce ur ce sou Foundations Collaboration s Re s vitie Too Representation l Acti s Ac ls tiv o itie s To Resources
    12. 12. Aspects of learning design s Too tie ls tiviMediating artefacts AcAffordances Re so s rce ur ce sou Foundations Collaboration s Re s vitie Too Representation l Acti s Ac ls tiv o itie s To Resources
    13. 13. Aspects of learning design s Too tie ls tiviMediating artefacts AcAffordances Re so s rce ur ce sou Foundations Collaboration s Re s vitie Too Representation l Acti s Ac ls tiv o itie s To Resources Excel template CompendiumLD Course views
    14. 14. Aspects of learning design Cloudworks s Too tie ls tiviMediating artefacts AcAffordances Re so s rce ur ce sou Foundations Collaboration s Re s vitie Too Representation ’Design l Acti s Challenge’ Ac ls tiv o itie s To Resources Excel template CompendiumLD Course views
    15. 15. Foundations: Mediating Artefacts Vygotsky, Activity Theory
    16. 16. Foundations: Mediating Artefacts Teacher Vygotsky, Activity Theory
    17. 17. Foundations: Mediating Artefacts Creates Learning activity Teacher or Resource Vygotsky, Activity Theory
    18. 18. Foundations: Mediating Artefacts Creates Learning activity Teacher or Resource Has an Design inherent Vygotsky, Activity Theory
    19. 19. Foundations: Mediating Artefacts Creates Learning activity Teacher or Resource Has an Design inherent Other teachers and learners can use or repurpose Vygotsky, Activity Theory
    20. 20. Foundations: Mediating Artefacts Mediating Design Mediating Artefacts Artefacts (MA) 1. Concepts 2. Tools 3. Dialogues 4. Activities Creates Learning activity Teacher or Resource Has an Design inherent Other teachers and learners can use or repurpose Vygotsky, Activity Theory
    21. 21. Foundations: Mediating Artefacts Mediating Design Mediating Artefacts Artefacts (MA) 1. Concepts 2. Tools 3. Dialogues 4. Activities Creates Learning activity Teacher or Resource Has an Design inherent Research focus What Mediating Artefacts do teachers use? Other teachers and learners What Mediating Artefacts can we create to guide the design process? can use or repurpose Vygotsky, Activity Theory
    22. 22. Activities How to ruin a course Sharing and discussing L&T ideas in Cloudworks What tools should I use? Tools in use Course views  Course map  Pedagogy profile  Course dimensions  Learning outcomes map  Learning activities
    23. 23. How to ruin a course Issues and strategies important for the success of a course Check list for design and evaluation of a course Activity:  List10 ways that technologies can make your course fail  Compare and discuss  Look at other examples: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/ cloud/view/2597
    24. 24. Feedback
    25. 25. Cloudworks Socialnetworking site for sharing and discussing learning and teaching ideas Boundary crossing Bestof web 2.0 functionality and practices Dothe Cloudquest challenge!
    26. 26. Quick language guide
    27. 27. Quick language guideCloud:Anything to do withlearning and teaching
    28. 28. Quick language guideCloud:Anything to do withlearning and teaching Cloudscape: A collection of clouds
    29. 29. Quick language guideCloud:Anything to do withlearning and teaching Cloudscape: A collection of cloudsActivity stream:Latest activities on aCloudscape or people
    30. 30. Quick language guideCloud:Anything to do withlearning and teaching Cloudscape: A collection of cloudsActivity stream:Latest activities on aCloudscape or people Favourites: Vote for things your like
    31. 31. Quick language guideCloud:Anything to do withlearning and teaching Cloudscape: A collection of cloudsActivity stream:Latest activities on aCloudscape or people Favourites: Vote for things your likeFollow:Cloudscapes, Cloudsor people
    32. 32. Quick language guideCloud:Anything to do withlearning and teaching Cloudscape: A collection of cloudsActivity stream:Latest activities on aCloudscape or people Favourites: Vote for things your likeFollow: RSS feeds:Cloudscapes, Clouds For Cloudscapes, Cloudsor people & people
    33. 33. Quick language guideCloud:Anything to do withlearning and teaching Cloudscape: A collection of cloudsActivity stream:Latest activities on aCloudscape or people Favourites: Vote for things your likeFollow: RSS feeds: Attend:Cloudscapes, Clouds For Cloudscapes, Clouds Conferences &or people & people workshops
    34. 34. Take the Cloudquest challenge! http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4891 Useful, far-reaching, intuitive Uncluttered, navigatable, logical open, networked, immediate
    35. 35. What tools should I use? 12 Confusing array of tools which should you use and when? Number of things to consider:  Nature of your students and context, your expertise and preferences, time to learn the tool, time to develop, etc. Aim of the next exercise  Explore some tools and consider relevance  Brainstorm how you might use them  Map in terms of communication and interactivity  Consider other factors to take into consideration  Strategies to make quick pragmatic judgements about which tools to use before investing time in exploring further
    36. 36. Co-evolution of tools and practice
    37. 37. Co-evolution of tools and practiceBasiccommunications& gestures
    38. 38. Co-evolution of tools and practiceBasic Symboliccommunications representations& gestures (words, numbers)
    39. 39. Co-evolution of tools and practiceBasic Symbolic 1st wave technologiescommunications representations (phone, radio, fax,& gestures (words, numbers) TV, CD/DVDs)
    40. 40. Co-evolution of tools and practiceBasic Symbolic 1st wave technologies 2nd wave technologiescommunications representations (phone, radio, fax, networks, mobiles, the& gestures (words, numbers) TV, CD/DVDs) Internet)
    41. 41. Co-evolution of tools and practice Affordances (Gibson) ‘All "action possibilities" latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the actor and therefore dependent on their capabilities.’ For instance, a tall tree offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a sheep.Basic Symbolic 1st wave technologies 2nd wave technologiescommunications representations (phone, radio, fax, networks, mobiles, the& gestures (words, numbers) TV, CD/DVDs) Internet)
    42. 42. Co-evolution of tools and practiceBasic Symbolic 1st wave technologies 2nd wave technologiescommunications representations (phone, radio, fax, networks, mobiles, the& gestures (words, numbers) TV, CD/DVDs) Internet)
    43. 43. Co-evolution of tools and practice Characteristics of tools Reflection Dialogue Aggregation InteractivityBasic Symbolic 1st wave technologies 2nd wave technologiescommunications representations (phone, radio, fax, networks, mobiles, the& gestures (words, numbers) TV, CD/DVDs) Internet)
    44. 44. Co-evolution of tools and practice Characteristics of Characteristics tools of people Reflection Preferences Dialogue Interests Aggregation Skills Interactivity ContextBasic Symbolic 1st wave technologies 2nd wave technologiescommunications representations (phone, radio, fax, networks, mobiles, the& gestures (words, numbers) TV, CD/DVDs) Internet)
    45. 45. Co-evolution of tools and practice Characteristics of Characteristics tools of people Reflection Preferences Dialogue Interests Evolving practices Aggregation Skills Interactivity ContextBasic Symbolic 1st wave technologies 2nd wave technologiescommunications representations (phone, radio, fax, networks, mobiles, the& gestures (words, numbers) TV, CD/DVDs) Internet)
    46. 46. The ICT framework
    47. 47. The ICT framework Interactivity
    48. 48. The ICT framework Communication+ Interactivity
    49. 49. The ICT framework Communication+ Web pages Interactivity
    50. 50. The ICT framework Communication+ Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    51. 51. The ICT framework Communication+ Audio & video conferencing Forums Email Instant messaging Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    52. 52. The ICT framework Communication+ Audio & video conferencing Forums Email Instant messaging Twitter Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    53. 53. The ICT framework Communication+ Audio & video conferencing Forums Email Blogs Instant messaging Twitter Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    54. 54. The ICT framework Communication+ Audio & video conferencing Forums Wikis Email Blogs Instant messaging Twitter Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    55. 55. The ICT framework Communication+ Audio & video conferencing Google Forums wave Wikis Email Blogs Instant messaging Twitter Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    56. 56. The ICT framework Communication+ Audio & video conferencing Social networking Google Forums wave Wikis Email Blogs Instant messaging Twitter Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    57. 57. The ICT framework Communication+ Virtual worlds, online games & Audio & video immersive environments conferencing Social networking Google Forums wave Wikis Email Blogs Instant messaging Twitter Web pages Media sharing Mash ups Interactivity
    58. 58. Comparing four tools 15 About: this activity will introduce you to 4 tools (Twitter, Wordpress, Wallwisher and Wordle) and help you think about their use. Production: a map Acitivity  Visit the tool websites  Explore, look at any overviews about them or examples  Map the tools onto the ICT framework  Compare and discuss  Look at other examples - http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/3930
    59. 59. Tools in use In this activity you will explore the term ‘affordances’ and decide on tools based on their positive and negative affordances Produce a map Activity  Choose a task and 3 tools  Put the task in centre of paper and tools on the outside  Add positive and negative affordances  Decide which tool to use  Compare and discuss  Look at other examples: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4042
    60. 60. Feedback
    61. 61. Twitter: the good and the bad
    62. 62. Twitter: the good and the bad Ejemplos Posting queries Commenting Backchannel CrowdsourcingGathering opinions Sharing ideas Brainstorming Social presence
    63. 63. Twitter: the good and the bad Ejemplos Issues Posting queries Your ‘a-ha’ moment Commenting The right network Backchannel Your digital voice Crowdsourcing InappropriatenessGathering opinions Personal/private Sharing ideas Too much! Brainstorming Use with other tools Social presence A passing fad?
    64. 64. Foundations: technology affordances
    65. 65. Foundations: technology affordances Affordances (Gibson) All "action possibilities" latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the actor and therefore dependent on their capabilities. For instance, a tall tree offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a sheep.
    66. 66. Foundations: technology affordances Positive affordances, promotes… Affordances (Gibson) All "action possibilities" latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the actor and therefore dependent on their capabilities. For instance, a tall tree offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a sheep.
    67. 67. Foundations: technology affordances Positive affordances, promotes… Collaboration Reflections Interaction Affordances (Gibson) All "action possibilities" Dialogue latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the actor and therefore Creativity dependent on their capabilities. Organisation For instance, a tall tree offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a Inquiry sheep. Authenticity
    68. 68. Foundations: technology affordances Positive affordances, Negative affordances, promotes… think about… Collaboration Reflections Interaction Affordances (Gibson) All "action possibilities" Dialogue latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the actor and therefore Creativity dependent on their capabilities. Organisation For instance, a tall tree offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a Inquiry sheep. Authenticity
    69. 69. Foundations: technology affordances Positive affordances, Negative affordances, promotes… think about… Collaboration Time consuming (development) Reflections Difficult to use Interaction Affordances (Gibson) Costly to produce All "action possibilities" Dialogue latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the Time consuming (support) actor and therefore Creativity dependent on their Assessment issues capabilities. Organisation For instance, a tall tree Lack of interactivity offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a Inquiry sheep. Difficult to navigate Authenticity New literacy skills
    70. 70. Foundations: technology affordances Positive affordances, Negative affordances, promotes… think about… Collaboration A blog for reflective practice Time consuming (development) Reflections Difficult to use Interaction Affordances (Gibson) Costly to produce All "action possibilities" Dialogue latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the Time consuming (support) actor and therefore Creativity dependent on their Assessment issues capabilities. Organisation For instance, a tall tree Lack of interactivity offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a Inquiry sheep. Difficult to navigate Authenticity New literacy skills
    71. 71. Foundations: technology affordances Positive affordances, Negative affordances, promotes… think about… Collaboration A blog for reflective practice Time consuming (development) Reflections Difficult to use Interaction Affordances (Gibson) Costly to produce All "action possibilities" Dialogue latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the Time consuming (support) actor and therefore Creativity dependent on their Assessment issues capabilities. Organisation For instance, a tall tree Lack of interactivity offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a Inquiry sheep. Difficult to navigate Authenticity New literacy skills
    72. 72. Foundations: technology affordances Positive affordances, Negative affordances, promotes… think about… Collaboration A blog for reflective practice Time consuming (development) Reflections Difficult to use Interaction Affordances (Gibson) Costly to produce All "action possibilities" Dialogue latent in an environmentt… but always in relation to the Time consuming (support) actor and therefore Creativity dependent on their Assessment issues capabilities. Organisation For instance, a tall tree Lack of interactivity offers the affordances of food for a Giraffe but not a Inquiry sheep. Difficult to navigate Authenticity New literacy skills
    73. 73. RepresentationHow are courses typically represented?How explicit is the inherent design?
    74. 74. Representation The Open University, UKHow are courses typically represented? KE312How explicit is the inherent design?
    75. 75. Representation The Open University, UKHow are courses typically represented? KE312How explicit is the inherent design? What’s the problem? Text-based/focus
    76. 76. Conceptual tools: moving beyond content
    77. 77. Conceptual tools: moving beyond contentThe power of visualisation Shift emphasis away from content Help articulate designs Supports effective design Provides focus at different levels Acts as a dialogic mediating artefacts Provides a design record Encourages reflective practice Enables sharing of designs
    78. 78. Visualisation tools
    79. 79. Visualisation toolsPen, paper andstickers
    80. 80. Visualisation toolsPen, paper and Mind mapping toolsstickers
    81. 81. Visualisation toolsPen, paper and Mind mapping toolsstickers Excel templates
    82. 82. Course views: conceptual and data-driven
    83. 83. Course views: conceptual and data-driven Course Map
    84. 84. Course views: conceptual and data-driven Pedagogy Profile Course Map
    85. 85. Course views: conceptual and data-driven Pedagogy Profile Course Dimensions Course Map
    86. 86. Course views: conceptual and data-driven Pedagogy Profile Course Dimensions Course Map Task Swimlane
    87. 87. Course views: conceptual and data-driven Pedagogy Profile Course Dimensions Course Map Task Swimlane Learning Outcomes
    88. 88. Course views: conceptual and data-driven Pedagogy Profile Course Dimensions Course Map Task Swimlane Learning Outcomes Course Performance Cost effectiveness
    89. 89. Course map This activity produces an ‘at a glance’ view of a course Produces a map of a course Activity:  Use the course map guide, fill in the six boxes for your course  Compare and discuss  Look at other examples: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/3422
    90. 90. Course map Course summary Key words Level, credits, duration, key features Descriptive words indicating pedagogical approach
    91. 91. Course map Guidance & Support Course structure and timetable e.g. course calendar, study guide, tutorials Course summary Key words Level, credits, duration, key features Descriptive words indicating pedagogical approach
    92. 92. Course map Guidance & Support Course structure and timetable e.g. course calendar, study guide, tutorials Content & Communication Activities & Collaboration Course materials, prior experience, learner- Dialogic aspect of the course, generated content, e.g. interaction between learnersreadings, DVDs, podcasts, &tutors - course forum, email, etc. labs Course summary Key words Level, credits, duration, key features Descriptive words indicating pedagogical approach
    93. 93. Course map Guidance & Support Course structure and timetable e.g. course calendar, study guide, tutorials Content & Communication Activities & Collaboration Course materials, prior experience, learner- Dialogic aspect of the course, generated content, e.g. Reflection & interaction between learners &tutors - course forum, email, etc.readings, DVDs, podcasts, labs Demonstration Internalization and reflection, e.g. in-text questions, blogs, e- portfolios Diagnostic, formative or summative assessment Course summary Key words Level, credits, duration, key features Descriptive words indicating pedagogical approach
    94. 94. KE312 - Course map Guidance & Support Course guide, study calendar, study planner, 20 learning guides, Content & General assessment guidelines and assignments Communication Activities Tutor support: 1:20, 21 contact & Collaboration 3 co-published books, DVDs of 3 F-t-F tutorials near beginning, practice settings, core questions, middle and end, Course-wide thinking points in course books café forum, Tutor-group forumsPlus own experience and practice PDFs, e-journal articles & Reflection & with sub-groups for each block Demonstration Journal space in an e-portfolio, 6 assignments online (50% of overall score) Course summary Key words KE312 - Working together with Children, Practice-related, aligned to latest professional 60 pt course over 32 weeks, 3 blocks/20 learning framework for multi-agency working, rich case guides studies,
    95. 95. Feedback
    96. 96. Pedagogy profile Learning Design Taxonomy - Conole, 2008
    97. 97. Pedagogy profileMap of learner tasks to timeperiods (weeks, semesters, etc.)6 types of learner task +assessment Assimilative Information handling Communication Productive Experiential Adaptive AssessmentEach cell indicates the amount oftime spent on each type of task Learning Design Taxonomy - Conole, 2008
    98. 98. Feedback
    99. 99. Course dimensions
    100. 100. Course dimensionsGuidance &Support
    101. 101. Course dimensionsGuidance & Content &Support Activities
    102. 102. Course dimensionsGuidance & Content &Support Activities Communication & Collaboration
    103. 103. Course dimensionsGuidance & Content &Support ActivitiesReflection & Communicationdemonstration & Collaboration
    104. 104. +Learning outcomes
    105. 105. +Learning outcomesMapping learning outcomes to: Activities AssessmentBased on Biggs’ work (1999) onconstructive alignmentMaps course and highlights anygaps
    106. 106. Feedback
    107. 107. Task swimlane
    108. 108. Task swimlaneFocus on the tasks learners doBase on: Roles (learner, tutor, etc.) Tasks (read, discuss, etc.) Tools and resources OutputsAdvantages Makes design explicit Maps out design Sharable with others Good at activity levelUse Mindmapping tools – CompendiumLD, CMap, Freemind Pen, paper and stickers
    109. 109. Learning activities This activity produces a task swimlane of an activity and the tools and resources used Produces a swimlane diagram Activity:  Decide on the learning outcomes, tools, resources and assessment for this activity  Map out the activity  Use pens and arrows to add explanations  Compare and discuss  Look at other examples: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/3422
    110. 110. Working between the views
    111. 111. Working between the views Course map
    112. 112. Working between the views Learning outcomes Course map
    113. 113. Working between the views Learning outcomes Course mapPedagogy profile
    114. 114. Working between the views Learning outcomes Course mapPedagogy profile Course dimensions
    115. 115. Working between the views Learning outcomes Course mapPedagogy profile Course dimensions Task swimlane
    116. 116. 36
    117. 117. Modeling with data-derived viewsCourse Business Models projectMick Jones, Andrew Russell, Paul Mundin, Peter Wilson
    118. 118. Modeling with data-derived views 5 conceptual course viewsCourse Business Models projectMick Jones, Andrew Russell, Paul Mundin, Peter Wilson
    119. 119. Modeling with data-derived views What happens to course performance, if… Include more collaboration Decrease the amount of tutor support Increase use of Web 2.0 tools? 5 conceptual course viewsCourse Business Models projectMick Jones, Andrew Russell, Paul Mundin, Peter Wilson
    120. 120. Modeling with data-derived views What happens to course performance, if… Include more collaboration Decrease the amount of tutor support Increase use of Web 2.0 tools? 5 conceptual course views What are the cost implications of… Including more online assessment More student-generated content Introducing use of SecondLife?Course Business Models projectMick Jones, Andrew Russell, Paul Mundin, Peter Wilson
    121. 121. Evaluation What three words would you use to describe this workshop? What did you like about this workshop? What could have been better? Whatthree words would you use to describe Cloudworks? What three words would you use to describe the course views? What action points will you do as a result?
    122. 122. Feedback
    123. 123. References Our work  Workshop material: http://prezi.com/ffbp3lwn-m7m/ouldi-toolbox/  Cloudworks: http://cloudworks.ac.uk  My blog: http://www.e4innovation.com  Learning design paper: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4001  Papers and presentations: http://www.slideshare.net/grainne  Book: contemporary perspectives on e-learning (Conole and Oliver, 2007) Others  Wills et al. book on role play: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/ title~db=all~content=t921514000  Imperial collage second life island http:// knowledgecast.wordpress.com/2009/07/10/icl-tour2/  Personal Inquiry project http://www.pi-project.ac.uk/resources/  E-Portfolios http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/e-portfolios 

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