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Disruptive Innovations in Education

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A presentation I gave in the tertiary stream of the Digital Education Show Asia 2013

A presentation I gave in the tertiary stream of the Digital Education Show Asia 2013

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  • 1. Disruptive technologieschanging the face of tertiaryeducation.Peter MelloweLearning DesignerLearning EnvironmentsThe University of Melbourne! !! !As presented atMay 28th 2013
  • 2. “In ignoring disruptivecommunication and learningtechnologies, traditional researchuniversities risk sliding intomediocrity and perhaps irrelevancyas far as the teaching function of theuniversity is concerned.”Archer, Garrison and Anderson. (1999)
  • 3. 7 initialcourses195,000alreadyenrolledMOOCs
  • 4. 309,946 Lecture viewings257,783 Lectures downloaded277,981 In-video quizzes viewed919 Discussion ForumsOur first MOOC
  • 5. 1,764 Facebook Group
  • 6. Social MediaBlogs and WikisIt’s not what tool you use, it’s how you use it.
  • 7. 8Will Lion
  • 8. Creating ‘real’ relationships
  • 9. The Flipped ClassroomRequired reading becomes requiredwatching/listening -Will they do it? Not always!Class time becomes discussion, cooperation,collaborationChallenges traditional learning/teaching model
  • 10. 1903 2012“The teaching of typing was hindered by the lackof typewriters” George George, Director of AucklandTechnical School (AUT) 1902-1922BYOD
  • 11. BYOD and Mobility“Mobile is a strategy more than a technology.”“It’s not eLearning on a phone.”The eLearning CoachCellphonesTabletsNetbooksConnectivity
  • 12. Gamification
  • 13. 14
  • 14. 16Warriors Stadium by Logan Mellow
  • 15. Open EducationalResources (OER)Quality control and contextImpact on publishing - eTextbooksCopyleft/Creative CommonsOpen source
  • 16. 18Simulations - OtagoPolytechnic’s Virtualbirthing suiteThis Will ChangeEverything; VirtualWorlds in Education.Scott Diener,Auckland University(2009) AsciliteAugmented realityVLEVirtual Worlds andSimulations
  • 17. Learning AnalyticsUse data to improve the learning experienceEarly warning systems/red flagsProvide a better level of pastoral careImprove assessments through analysis ofexisting resultsPotential benefits for retention and success
  • 18. Will Lion