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  • 1. Applying Web 2.0 in Learning & Development: An Integrated Accelerated Learning Program by Prof. Dr. Hora Tjitra, Shentu Teng & Daisy Zheng
  • 2. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Accelerated Learning 2 Linguistic intelligence Logical-Mathematical intelligence Visual/Spatial intelligence Musical intelligence Interpersonal intelligence Bodily intelligence Intrapersonal intelligence Accelerated Learning: Different learning channels and approaches to help knowledge acquisition, utilization and optimization.
  • 3. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Agenda 1 What is Web2.0 6 2 What is eLearning2.0 12 3 How to apply Web2.0 for learning 20 4 Best practice: International Employability 26 5 Introducing sinau.me 33
  • 4. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 What is Web2.0 4
  • 5. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 What is Web2.0 “It’s about collaborative, user-centric content production and interactive content access.” - Tim O’Reilly,2005 social phenomena technology design guidelines Web 2.0 includes
  • 6. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Web revolution
  • 7. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Web revolution Web3.0Web2.0Web1.0 the mostly read only web 1996- the wildly read-write web 2006- The Semantic Web Now- Delivery Delivery Delivery Creation Creation Management Value created by network Data managed by meaning Information delivered by Internet.
  • 8. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Social Learning 2.0 8 Learning occurs within a social context. People learn from one another by observing, imitating, modeling and more and more by sharing and exchanging ideas through web 2.0 platforms.
  • 9. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Learning itself is changing Learning environment has changed a lot because of the Internet. So learning style in digital age also changed. Now, different learning theories are applied to promote the learning effect. Learning and knowledge rests in diversity of opinions. Connective learning theory People can learn by observing the behavior of others and the outcomes of those behaviors. Social learning theory Knowledge is constructed when individuals engage socially in talk and activity about shared problems or tasks. Constructive learning theory Traditional learning theory
  • 10. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 So the eLearning changes Web3.0Web2.0Web1.0 eLearning2.0eLearning1.0 Connective/Social/ Constructive learning theory The traditional eLearning didn’t get much benefit from the web revolution because of the learning theories behind is still based on classical learning environment. Traditional learning theory
  • 11. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 What’s changed ‣Adults not children Who learns -Minimized role of educator •If someone fails to learn, it is not assumed to be the failure of the instructor. -Internally motivated •it is only after convincing him- or herself that an adult will decide to learn. -Self organized •Workshops and seminars organized by the students themselves create a better learning environment than those organized externally. •Flowed not stored What to learn •No limits Way to learn
  • 12. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 What’s changed •Adults not children Who learns -Emerged from conversation •Wisdom of crowds. •Thought is internalized conversation. •Learning occurs through connections with other learners. •Make the tacit explicit. -Like a utility •Knowledge is like water or electricity that flows in a network or a grid, that we tap into when we want. •Knowledge is not objects and contents that are stored, as though in a library. ‣Flowed not stored What to learn •No limits Way to learn
  • 13. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 What’s changed •Adults not children Who learns -No spatial limits •The computer connects the student to the rest of the world. •Students learn together because of same interest not location. -No temporal limits •Individual learning schedule. •Flowed not stored What to learn ‣No limits Way to learn
  • 14. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 What’s new in eLearning2.0
  • 15. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 What’s new in eLearning2.0 Immersive learning Connected learning Mobile learning Informal learning Learner centered • This learning is immersive – learning by doing • Workflow Learning • Community of Practice • Co-op learning, • instant learning • Learning occurs through connections with other learners • Learning is based on conversation and interaction • Learning is centered around the interests of the learner • Learning is owned by the learner Lifelong learning
  • 16. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 How to apply Web2.0 for learning 16
  • 17. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Technological aspects Support communities of practice. Wiki is a technology first comes in 1995. The technology is designed to provide a simple tool for knowledge management. Wikis allow all users to create and edit content online. All changes can be retraced by the other users and older versions of documents are available in a revision history. As such wikis are an easy to use application for collaboratively creating content. Involve learners in process of production of learning content. Provide a possibility for students to present themselves.
  • 18. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Technological aspects Support communities of practice. Blog is a “log of the web”. The key feature of a blog is the presentation of the content in reverse chronological order. Blog software provides the possibility for comments and trackbacks, links back from other sites. In such a way a distributed, collective and interlinked blogosphere is created. Podcast & Vodcast is “content that can be automatically delivered to you”. This technology can be used to deliver course content to students. RSS is the basic technology of podcasting and most blog software. The technology allows the user to subscribe to a site and thus be informed about new content in a push approach. In education, the students might syndicate their content by using RSS feeds. Involve learners in process of production of learning content. Provide a possibility for students to present themselves.
  • 19. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Technological aspects Support communities of practice. Platform provide approaches such as e-portfolio where learners have their own place to create, reflect on and showcase their work. Involve learners in process of production of learning content. Provide a possibility for students to present themselves.
  • 20. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Social aspects Interact with students worldwide eLearning2.0 is very focused on the content the social interaction, assisting informal learning. Instead of a limitation of social interaction on topics for a given course, interaction with students worldwide on a wide range of topics has become usual. Several online community sites like Facebook focus on articulating social networks and the interlinking of users. Share information Web Sharing Applications involves social bookmarking tools like del.icio.us, which allow users to share their bookmarks and tag websites. And media sharing like Flickr or Youtube which provide the possibility to share multimedia files. Beside the more general use of this system, the use for course related content is also possible.
  • 21. Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Developing Intercultural Competence of Young Professionals 21 International Employabilityhttp://sinauonline.com/bmbf
  • 22. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Applying Web2.0 for learning The possible application of Web2.0 for learning can be considered in two ways: Integrating Web2.0 into traditional course Applying Web2.0 technologies to promote eLearning2.0 22
  • 23. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 International Employability 23 Rapid and large-scale globalization increases the number of global customers and labors Critical challenges for young professionals’ future development in international working environment: • Talents are under intense pressure to be competent and effective to meet with global customer needs and to manage sophisticated global team cooperation and business cases. • Demand of employees who could work in international working environment and cooperate with the team members with different cultural background becomes bigger and bigger. More and more MNCs established oversea R&D centers and call for talents from different countries Competency of cross-cultural communication and cooperation becomes more and more important when language is not the barrier any more
  • 24. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 International Employability: German-Chinese Culture Program 24 Program background: • An applied research and learning program, collaboration project between RheinAhr Campus of FH Koblenz (Germany) with the School of Psychology, Zhejiang University (China). • The program is funded by the BMBF as part of the German-Chinese Scientific Year Program. • Getting to know the culture-specific conditions of studying and working in China and Germany. • Defining central competencies necessary for German and Chinese employees to be successful in the foreign job market. • Defining central competencies necessary for German and Chinese students in the foreign science context. • Developing cultural sensitive assessment procedures. • Designing intercultural media for assessment and learning. Main objectives of the program:
  • 25. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Participants 25 Ten young professionals from RheinAhr, Germany and ten young professionals from Zhejiang University, China participated in the program.
  • 26. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Online collaboration, intercultural experiences Selection Web-based China - 10 days Web-based Web-based Germany - 10 days 26
  • 27. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Program Overview 27 Best Practice Discussion • Company visit in order to learn from the real-world • Round table discussion with senior professionals Classroom Learning • Cross-cultural communication and management • Intercultural competency and sensitivity • Applied I/O psychology in international environment Social Learning 2.0 • Knowledge search, screening and acquisition on internet • Experience sharing and group cooperation via web 2.0 tools Action Learning • Work in Chinese-German multicultural team • Tasks focused on I/O psychology application in international environment Culture Experience • Ten days in China & Ten days in Germany to explore Chinese and German culture and lifestyles One month One month
  • 28. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Knowledge Acquisition through Classroom Learning 28 • International study and management research • Working in multicultural environment • Effective communication across cultures • Conflict management across cultures • Intercultural competencies in German-Chinese cooperation • Intercultural assessment and training for German-Chinese cooperation • How to apply the assessment center technique in MNCs • Human capital in German-Chinese cooperation
  • 29. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Action Learning: Chinese-German Group Work 29 Video-based Learning and Assessment Development of InterculturalAssessment Tools Best Practices inRecruitment Intercultural Impression Management
  • 30. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Social Learning through Web 2.0 Platform 30 Program website: information release, program agenda update, tips sharing, etc. Online discussion forum via web 2.0 platform: Chinese-German group work communication, result report, experience, reflection and feedback sharing, etc.
  • 31. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Exploring Culture and Lifestyles 31 Exploring Chinese culture Living in German culture
  • 32. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Learning from the Real World: Company Visit & Discussion 32 SAP Labs, China BOSCH, China (round table discussion with GM) BMW, Germany Giesecke & Devrient, Germany SAP AG, Germany (round table discussion with former VP of SAP AG)
  • 33. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Learning_v1.0 / 2010-08 Reflection & Feedback I 33 • The most exciting fact, at least to me, is that I know myself better than before: my strength, my weakness; what I can improve, what I should keep, and what I could manage. Know oneself • I cared not enough about "human"! That's a big problem! So, this is very important… • I know my team members better… • For me, the most important experience is how to deal with the quarrel… Deal with teammates • …never say any word that may diminish our confidence at the critical moment. • A clear evaluation of our the whole situation, instead of dreaming of the good outcomes, will help us to perfect our website. • We checked every points, and do our best to meet demands. Deal with the job • …the [other group’s] plan was more detailed and I appreciated them [the other group] in that they could keep to the plan and had reflection on what they had done. Learn from others
  • 34. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 eLearning2.0 in practice Using eLearning2.0 in open and extended way • Teacher as facilitator • Open group • Various topics • Interest driven • Informal e.g. Sinau Platform
  • 35. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Sinau.me: an Introduction SinauOnline is based on constructive learning approach which will put learner in the focus of the learning process. It is built based on the social learning 2.0 philosophy, mostly using open source technology. On the core of its approach is to encourage people to learn through sharing (speak coordinated blogging), and jointly create an open learning materials, which than be provided and packaged for everybody interested in. Our regional focus are in particular in China, Indonesia and APAC areas. Pages - Categories - Tags Content Structure vers. beta 1.0 (June 15, 2010) Content Structure vers. beta 1.0 (June 15, 2010) Content Structure vers. beta 1.0 (June 15, 2010) Content Structure vers. beta 1.0 (June 15, 2010) PERSONAL Development Learning & Development from the Personal Perspective • Diagnostic & Assessment • Acceleration Learning • Career Development ORGANIZATIONAL Effectiveness Corporate Learning & Development Systems and Processes • Organizational Learning • System & Process • Evaluation & ROI CULTURAL Diversity Learning in the Culture Context • Culture & Psychology • International Business • Intercultural Learning • Learning in China TECHNOLOGICAL Advancement Open Technologies for Learning and Development • Learning Management System • Social Learning 2.0 • Online Research 2.0 • Web 2.0 Tools • How To-do Learning
  • 36. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 SinauOnline: Name & Logo Sinau is a Javanese word, means Learning. The six blue dots, reflect the six values we are following: ✦ Open source (our learning materials are free for everyone) ✦ Passion to learn ✦ Joy for sharing ✦ Bridge theories and practice ✦ Connect peoples ✦ Independent and neutral (not fix on a specific approach or school of thoughts) ✦ The chinese character "欣“ (xin) has the meaning of "happy; joyful", while the "翱" (ao) means "take wing". ✦ SinauOnline would like to support people to develop and take wing with joy and happiness.
  • 37. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Free eLearning Platform based on Social Learning Networks 5 We are NOT We are NOT Individual Bloggers • Wordpress.com, Blogger.com • etc. Unstructured Bloggers’ Network • …… • etc. We are Open Learning Platform • Providing free learning materials • Put the learner’s interest in the center • Creating group’s identity • Top-Down and Bottom-Up approach 1. Learner’s Orientation 2. Edited Learning Materials 3. Open Learning Materials 4. Connect Learners
  • 38. Excellence through Culture, Talent and Change Corporate Learning,Training and Development/2010-08 Thanks You Any comments & questions are welcome Contact me at hora_t@mac.com 38 http://sinau.me Guest lecture at the University of Paramadina, Jakarta by Prof. Dr. Hora Tjitra

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