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Treballant, aprenent i jugant a través d'entorns personals d'aprenentatge (PLE). Graham Attwell

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II Sessió sobre innovació en formació: El futur de la formació a l'aula en l'època d'entorns personals d'aprenentatge (PLE) i xarxes d'aprenentatge col·laboratiu, que va tenir lloc el 14 d'octubre de …

II Sessió sobre innovació en formació: El futur de la formació a l'aula en l'època d'entorns personals d'aprenentatge (PLE) i xarxes d'aprenentatge col·laboratiu, que va tenir lloc el 14 d'octubre de 2010 al Centre d'Estudis Jurídics i Formació Especialitzada.

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  • 1. Working, Playing and Learning through Personal Learning Environments Graham Attwell Treballant, aprenent i jugant a través d’entorns personals
  • 2. Learning in the digital age
  • 3. the changing ways we create, share and use knowledge
  • 4. Changing social patterns of work and work organisation
  • 5. Changing contexts for learning and communicating
  • 6. We b er a 'm ore tu m ul tuo us t h an a ny p revi ou s ec ono m ic o r so cial revo lu tio n
  • 7. Learning is moving outside the institutions
  • 8. We are learning in multiple places and multiple contexts
  • 9. Challenging expert knowledge
  • 10. “We are being forced to reexamine what constitutes knowledge and are moving from expert developed and sanctioned knowledge to collaborative forms of knowledge construction” Dave Cormier
  • 11. Our schooling systems are based on the first industrial revolutions
  • 12. teaching timekeeping, obedience, neatness, tidiness, cleanliness and…….
  • 13. above all, homogeneity
  • 14. The internet allows the development of personal learning pathways and collaborative knowledge development
  • 15. The schooling system has evolved as a media ecology specific to the age of the past and separated from the media saturated life world
  • 16. How do we learn in a media saturated world?
  • 17. Young people are using the internet for creating and sharing
  • 18. Bricolage - (Levi Strauss)
  • 19. Social networking facilitates knowledge exchange and reflection
  • 20. The main use of social networks by young people is for learning
  • 21. Mobile devices are spreading learning into new contexts
  • 22. Sense making and meaning making through exploring, questioning and transcending traditional work structures and procedures
  • 23. Based on situatedness and proximity to work processes and contexts
  • 24. questioning manifestations of cultural practices in organisations
  • 25. Agency - the ability to shape the form of the environment as a user configurable and open set of tools
  • 26. learning is based on shared practice and reflection on that practice leading to the development of learning materials
  • 27. The semantic aggregation of micro learning materials leads to a shared organisational knowledge base
  • 28. Episodic and context based learning takes place in Zones of Proximal Development
  • 29. Developmental Zones allow the production of user generated content as reflection on situative contexts and in response to others
  • 30. Micro learning materials - rearranging and juxtaposing previously unconnected signifying objects to produce new meanings in new contexts (bricolage)
  • 31. Using mobile devices - and appropriating not only technology but also work processes as a basis for learning
  • 32. Overcoming divides between formal and informal learning and between learning and knowledge management
  • 33. The use of educational technology has replicated traditional learning arrangements
  • 34. PLEs are a collection of tools, loosely coupled, for working, learning and collaboration
  • 35. PLEs are spaces in which we interact and communicate - with the ultimate goal of learning and developing collective know-how
  • 36. Searching for information and knowledge
  • 37. Aggregate and scaffold information and knowledge
  • 38. Manipulate, rearrange and repurpose knowledge artefacts
  • 39. Analyse information to develop knowledge
  • 40. Reflect, question, challenge, seek clarification, form and defend opinions
  • 41. Present ideas, learning and knowledge in different ways
  • 42. Represent and re-render underpinning knowledge structures
  • 43. Share by supporting others in their learning
  • 44. Network through a collaborative learning environment
  • 45. PLEs promote learner autonomy and control as learning takes place in multiple spaces and contexts
  • 46. Learning interactions take place in a social environment
  • 47. The Zone of Proximal Development - the distance between what we know and are able to do now and what we could know and do with the help of a Significantly Knowledgeable Other
  • 48. Learning is linked to performance in practice
  • 49. PLEs form part of an expanded learning environment
  • 50. Thank you for watching www.pontydysgu.org