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Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
Disruptive Innovations in Education
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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
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  • 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

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