Tenegen connectivizm

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In SME 2.0 project (see: http://smepro.eu) we will use the experiences from Tenegen. Presentation on the Kick-off meeting by Robert Farkas (Prompt).

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Tenegen connectivizm

  1. 1. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016 Connectivism in practice The Tenegen Pilot Róbert Farkas PROMPT Hartyányi Mária
  2. 2. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016Tenegen model – under the Innovation Transferis based on the results of previous projects…
  3. 3. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016The Tenegen pedagogical model based onthe experiences of NETIS project.Methodology basics:"Connectivism considers learning as a process in which the role ofinformal information exchange, organised into networks andsupported with electronic tools, becomes more and moresignificant. Students can significantly improve the efficiency oftheir learning if they take part in a network, or virtual communitydealing with the given subject."
  4. 4. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016 Begining The focus of the training model…•co-operation based teaching/learning environment,•network communication and knowledge share systems•put the connectivism learning theory into practiceThey will learn why it is so important for the NET Generation “to be connected”.
  5. 5. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016Connectivizm coursePractical technics inconnectivizmapproach courses: •Iteration (cycles) •Syllabus •Webinar •Blog •Tags •Content aggregation •Reflection •Tasks •Collaborative content writing •CommentHow the elements of connectivism method appeared in the pilottraining?
  6. 6. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016Main elements of the methodology Network cooperation (cooperative and collaborative work) example: Tenegen Learnin Object Bookmarks RepositoryTenegensurvey
  7. 7. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016 Main elements of the methodology Blogs - Learning diary (internal) & teachers’s blogs (external) example:More than80 blogsMore than1100 post
  8. 8. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016Main elements of the methodologyContent aggregationexample:
  9. 9. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016 Main elements of the methodology Reflection – comment - feedback example: AGORA – more than 1500 entries in 30 topics.
  10. 10. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016Main elements of the methodologyTasks We used activity and practical oriented tasks to help using the softwares of the modules and WEB 2.0 applications. E-portfolios, free learning objects & personal courses in Moodle
  11. 11. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016Obstacles of connectivism and questions of the curriculumCritical remark about the connectivism based courses:• The course can be successful for those who has strong level of IT knowledge and knows web tehcnologies well.• The connectivism methods are not applicable for formal, institutional public education.Our experiences (Tenegen survey)• Teachers don’t have up to date knowledge in the field of IT knowledge, ICT tools and web applications.• They don’t use the community cooperation, ineractive activities based on connectivism model.• Almost none of them knows about the community channels, web 2.0 tools which are important for active news and knowledge exchange (RSS, twitter, e-portfolio etc.)
  12. 12. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016The most of the teacherssocialized in classicalclassroom-basededucation! The participants assessed the digital forms of traditional learning as the most useful components: • weekly learning instructions • books, theoretical summaries • tutorial videos They assessed the connectivism and network learning components less useful: • social bookmarking • discussion forums • games • self assesment tests
  13. 13. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016Overall in the Tenegen Traning ModelThe traditional knowledge share methodes widen with the connectivism learningtheory aspect. eLearning1.0 and eLearning 2.0 formulas complete each other. eLearning 1.0 eLearning 2.0 This form of education, eLearning This is an information exchange and 1.0, is actually the technologically information generation based on supported variant of traditional cooperation, the students activities and knowledge distribution, the virtual associative learning into networks andextension of textbooks and classroom supported with electronic tools. In this teaching. It is the digital version of way students participate as a content traditional learning. Even in this providers in the knowledge process. environment, learning remained a passive process, managed from above or outside.
  14. 14. TENEGEN LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-016 How did the two methods work together in practice ?To know the portals way, and using ICT tools were the preconditions to fulfil the courserequirements.How can we teach it?eLearning 1.0 - materials, manuals, help, videoseLearning 2.0 - exchange of experiences between the participants, learning diaries, reflectionsto them, comments, blog, forumsDefining Net GenerationeLearning 1.0 - study about the Net Generation, articleseLearning 2.0 - Net Generation survey in collaborative work, establish common position, blogentries and reflections about Net Generation, disscussion forumWeb 2.0 tools and their application in educational practiceeLearning 1.0 - presentation materials, text, tutorial videoseLearning 2.0 - blog entries about web 2.0 tools, comments, reflections, Overview each othersmaterials, ideas, inspirations

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