the digital learning landscape
           St Michael’s Grammar School 23.08.2010
Our values and norms in
education are being
challenged by a shifting
landscape of media and
communications.
buzzwords



     Social Media


 gather, communicate,
share, collaborate, play


       Web 2.0


  social media tools
key words in the internet landscape


                     media

                     social

                     mobile...
virtual spaces
MUVEs: multi-user virtual environments
Narrative environments : game style worlds
Virtual worlds
Social & p...
digital life
what would education look like if it resembled the culture?
web as participatory platform
‘us-ness’ | community | participation
responding to opportunites & challenges

 Trying to protect students and instructional time by banning Web 2.0
 or setting...
the community is waking up


New media forms have
altered how youth socialise
and learn.
Implications for schools
and teac...
digital literacy – more than ict skills


the ability to:
• read & write [create] digital texts
• analyse & evaluate knowl...
pedagogy | shifts in learning
case study |
21st Century Education   Rethinking the who, what,
                         where & when of learning.
                    ...
pedagogy | shifts in learning
case study |
case study |
case study |
blended learning



“Blended learning is more effective than either face to face or
online learning by themselves.”

“Betw...
case study | blended and online learning
pedagogy | learning networks




      Beyond the institutionalised logic of the school towards the
      network logic of...
case study | learning network
case study | learning network
case study | learning network
case study | digital portfolio
current technology demands a totally different approach to
instructional design and teaching methodology
it requires new skills from both teacher and student

 International Society for Technology in Education [ISTE]
 ICT Profil...
pedagogy | the new media literacies



play
performance
simulation
appropriation
multitasking
distributed cognition
collec...
Teachers are the learning professionals and catalysts.
 When you put them in the mix with new technology,
            you ...
Sylvia Guidara

www.digimuve.com
twitter.com/digimuve
www.slideshare.net/guidars
sguidara@me.com
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  1. 1. the digital learning landscape St Michael’s Grammar School 23.08.2010
  2. 2. digital life
  3. 3. Our values and norms in education are being challenged by a shifting landscape of media and communications.
  4. 4. buzzwords Social Media gather, communicate, share, collaborate, play Web 2.0 social media tools
  5. 5. key words in the internet landscape media social mobile real time convergence
  6. 6. virtual spaces MUVEs: multi-user virtual environments Narrative environments : game style worlds Virtual worlds Social & professional networks Sharing & collaborative spaces Aggregation & storage Products & services [e-commerce] Information sources In these spaces, people: // run businesses & engage in e-commerce // live, love & learn // create & construct // play, trade & socialise // make their voices heard
  7. 7. digital life
  8. 8. what would education look like if it resembled the culture?
  9. 9. web as participatory platform ‘us-ness’ | community | participation
  10. 10. responding to opportunites & challenges Trying to protect students and instructional time by banning Web 2.0 or setting policies to keep it “safe.” Preserving existing programs and practices by using technology in a way that “fits” into what is already in place. Taking a progressive approach by allowing technology to transform the organisation rather than moving it faster and further on its existing path.
  11. 11. the community is waking up New media forms have altered how youth socialise and learn. Implications for schools and teaching: Digital Pedagogy Virtual Pedagogy Social Learning
  12. 12. digital literacy – more than ict skills the ability to: • read & write [create] digital texts • analyse & evaluate knowledge available on the web • interacting effectively with online information: find | sort | navigate | synthesise • communicate | collaborate | participate interact safely & ethically
  13. 13. pedagogy | shifts in learning
  14. 14. case study |
  15. 15. 21st Century Education Rethinking the who, what, where & when of learning. The delivery & distribution of learning. From prescriptive to connective practices. Who participates in the learning process. Learning spaces.
  16. 16. pedagogy | shifts in learning
  17. 17. case study |
  18. 18. case study |
  19. 19. case study |
  20. 20. blended learning “Blended learning is more effective than either face to face or online learning by themselves.” “Between online and face to face instruction, online is at least as good and may even have the advantage in terms of improving student achievement and potentially expanding the amount of time (and quality time) students spend learning.” Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning [The US Department of Education 2009]
  21. 21. case study | blended and online learning
  22. 22. pedagogy | learning networks Beyond the institutionalised logic of the school towards the network logic of the learning community. Learning institutions rethinking the possibilities around what can be learnt, where learning can happen and who is involved in the learning process.
  23. 23. case study | learning network
  24. 24. case study | learning network
  25. 25. case study | learning network
  26. 26. case study | digital portfolio
  27. 27. current technology demands a totally different approach to instructional design and teaching methodology
  28. 28. it requires new skills from both teacher and student International Society for Technology in Education [ISTE] ICT Profiles for students and teachers ICT Literate Students 1. Creativity & Innovation 2. Communication & Collaboration 3. Research & Information Fluency 4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving & Decision Making 5. Digital Citizenship 6. Technology Operations & Concepts Digital-Age Teachers 1. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning & Creativity Think Solutions – problem solving 2. Design Digital-Age Learning Experiences & Assessments 3. Model Digital-Age Work & Learning Think Interaction – mobile & virtual 4. Promote Digital Citizenship & Responsibility Think Flexible – multiple skill sets 5. Engage in Professional Growth & Leadership
  29. 29. pedagogy | the new media literacies play performance simulation appropriation multitasking distributed cognition collective intelligence judgement transmedia navigation negotiation networking Source: http://techtv.mit.edu
  30. 30. Teachers are the learning professionals and catalysts. When you put them in the mix with new technology, you get powerful outcomes.
  31. 31. Sylvia Guidara www.digimuve.com twitter.com/digimuve www.slideshare.net/guidars sguidara@me.com

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