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Paper to be presented at The Sloan-C International Symposium on Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning, on June 17-19, 2009, http://www.emergingonlinelearningtechnology.org/

Paper to be presented at The Sloan-C International Symposium on Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning, on June 17-19, 2009, http://www.emergingonlinelearningtechnology.org/

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    • He-We-Me, Here we go! A new model for collaborative work and personal development at University Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • About Higher Education in France
      • 84 multidisciplinary universities
      • About 300 Grandes Ecoles
      • French university : 3 cycle system
      • License (i.e. bachelor)  3 years
      • Master  2 years
      • Doctorate  3 years
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • Bologna Process : European standard
      • 3 cycle system (Bachelor – Master – Doctorate)
      • European Credits Transfer System (ECTS)
      • Recognition of qualification everywhere
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • Université Claude Bernard LYON 1, France
      • 4th biggest university in France
      • Science, Health - Medicine and Sport
      • 3 Faculties, 22 departments, 102 Research Units
      • 35,000 Students
      • 3, 000 Full-Time Faculty members
      • 5,000 Staff employees
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • iCAP
      • Policy of technical and pedagogical innovation
      • Make available new tools for teaching
      • Accompany professors in the transition to interactive teaching
      • Invent and test new teaching technologies
      • Evaluate the success of teaching innovations
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • Students’ Equipment Rate at UCBL SPIRAL Usage Statistics, 2008
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • SPIRAL : Our home made LMS
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • SPIRAL: A catalyst for change
            • Home made LMS
            • Since 2003
            • 5 developers
            • 82, 379 Student accounts
            • 3, 560 Teachers accounts
            • 5,800 Courses online
            • 7,000 connexions / Day
            • Change of practice
    • SPIRAL Usage Statistics, 2008 Total number of connections per students per month
    • Significant growth of Blog use SPIRAL Usage Statistics, 2008
    • Significant growth of Wiki use SPIRAL Usage Statistics, 2008
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • How to respond to our particular context?
      • From transmissive teaching modes to…  PBL and collaborative work
      • Nominal fees and no student selection  Motivation with Web2.0 tools, Social Networks
      • Professor’s advancement based on their research only  Reduction of teaching load for teaching innovation
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • Our design process : He-We-Me
      • More practitioners than theoreticians
      • Pragmatic approach answers to our daily work
      • Cultural change turn into constructive change
      • Based on the architecture of the Internet
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • 1.0 He : Focus on the professor
      • The teacher gives the courses through the platform (PDF, Text Documents, Slideshows…)
      • He possibly opens forums or quiz to train
      • Few interactions except mails
      • Low level of activities
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • 2.0 We :The focus is on the work team that is formed by the students and the professor who use collaborative tools.
      • Rethinking of traditional teaching models
      • Innately foster learning and interactivity
      • Students get involved, teachers manage activities and valid contents
      • Teachers innovate
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • The splits over the gap
      • He 1.0 : Transmissive mode
      • We 2.0 : Collaborative work
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • Pedagogic models used
      • Constructivism - Piaget
      • Socio-constructivism - Vygotsky
      • Socio cognitive conflict – Doise and Mugny
      • Situated cognition – Brown, Collins
      • Modeling - Bandura
      • Reflective approach…
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
      • Use of Wiki at Université Lyon1 Example 1 : Students write course contents
      • Students write notes in wikis
      • Teacher validates and publishes overviews
      • Use of Wiki at Université Lyon1 Example 2 : Organization
      • Students chose topics in a wiki
      • Create workgroups
      • Complete parts of work
      • Use of collaborative tools at Université Lyon1 Example 3 : Pre publication
          • Students chose topics in a wiki
          • Create workgroups
          • Debate in forums
          • Complete wikis
          • Publish in a unique blog
    • Use of videoconference at Université Lyon1 Creating proximity and virtual classroom space
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • A new taxonomy ! Krathwohl and Anderson Revised version of Bloom's taxonomy
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • 3.0 Me : The focus is on the student who is at the core of the process (motivation, involvement…)
      • Create personal social network
      • Build a chain of courses
      • Care about self representation
      • New skills developed (Critical thinking, Reflective practices…)
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • Me : The Facebook Experiment
      • 5th French-speaking University on Facebook
      • SPIRAL application available on Facebook
      • A network effect ?
      • Meta-cognitive work of students
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • Social Network Experiment SPIRAL application on Facebook
    • Social Network Experiment Case of study
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • Conclusion : Impacts on teaching and learning
      • From individual to collaborative learning
      • From impersonal teaching to adaptive and differentiated teaching
      • From non-situated learning to situated learning
      • From directed to self-directed learning
      • From passive to active student
      • From limited access to all access resources
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • Conclusion : A connectivist approach?
      • knowledge is decentralized, new skills are developed.
      • “ Ability to see connections and recognize patterns and make sense between fields, ideas, and concepts is the core skill for individuals today”
      • “ Decision making is learning. Choosing what to learn and the meaning of incoming information is seen through the lens of a shifting reality. While there is a right answer now, it may be wrong tomorrow due to alterations of the information climate affecting the decision”
      • G. SIEMENS – Knowing knowledge.
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go!
      • A real change of paradigm according to the evolution of the Internet
      • Real Network effect
      • Pedagogic Innovations
      • New skills developed
      • From LMS to PLE ?
      Anne-Marie PERRAUD and Christophe BATIER, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France
    • He-We-Me, Here we go! [email_address] Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France Thank you, have a good day !