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    • ELISE is a project:
      • eLearning for in-service teacher training in Europe
      • Minerva Project – 2002-2005
    Conclusions
    • ELISE is a course:
      • eCourse about eLearning in FLANDERS
      • 8 weeks, 8 modules, fully online, HIGHLY STRUCTURED!
      • wide variety of challenging tasks -> CSCL
      • one group = two coaches, 15 participants
    Conclusions
    • ELISE is a network of e-learning professionals
      • eNetwork about eLearning
      • since 2004: over 80 participants
      • ecoaches recruited from participants
      • Conferences, articles... -> dissemination
    Conclusions
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  • Looking at the stars You see things; and you say “Why?” But I dream things that never were; and I say “Why not?” George Bernard Shaw
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  • The future, according to some scientists, will be exactly like the past, only far more expensive. John Sladek https://www.davinciinstitute.com/new/admin/content/FCKeditor/uploads/Museum%20Concepts%201.jpg
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  • If we are going in the wrong direction, technology will get us there faster! A. Haddad, “technologies for education”
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    • Technology earns its place in regular education
    • ‘ Technology to do better what we have been doing all along…
      • … supporting traditional on-campus students
    • Applications
      • Online testing
      • Sharing of content
    Blended Learning?
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      • Innovation?
      • New learners? Learning style? Personal learning?
      • E-inclusion?
      • Just-in-time / Anytime-anywhere?
      • -> Wayne Hodgins : Airplanes are not based on flapping wings
    A New Hope – An old promise
  • Constructivism?
    • Cognitive constructivism
      • Piaget
      • Active learning is better than passive learning
    • Social constructivism
      • Vygotsky
      • Collaborative (social) learning is better than individual learning
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  • What about in-service teacher training? “ Teach what you Preach”?
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  • Concept of the e-course
    • Fully online +2 face-to-face meetings (initial and evaluation (final))
    • Eight weeks – eight online modules
    Introduction Introduction post Instructional design Forum assignment Tasks Forum assignment Communication Chatsession + evaluation Feedback Group work Evaluation E-portfolio reflection Networking Reflection ELISE network Digital Learning Environments (optional module)
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      • … software that gets better as more people use it
      • Web 2.0 is …
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    • Participants
      • Time ! (2-4 hrs each week)
        • (up to 10 hours each week!)
      • Interdisciplinary groups = rich experience
      • Use of forum is rather chaotic
      • Technical tools are complex (forum, blog, chat…)
    Experiences of coaches and participants
    • Technical
    • Learning processes
    • Subject Matter Expert
    Role of the e-coach?
      • Two difficult questions…
      • Do we need more or less individual just in time learning?
      • Do we need more or less technology?
    • [email_address]
    • www.furl.net/members/maartencannaerts
    • www.edublogs.be
    • www.bloglines.com/public/maartencannaerts
    • www.slideshare.net/maartencannaerts
    • www.eliseleren.be
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