Desiging e-Learning | #corebreakfast

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Desiging e-Learning | #corebreakfast

  1. 1. Designing e-LearningKaren Melhuish Spencer | @virtuallykaren | #corebreakfast 2013
  2. 2. Waiata / Tēnā koutou, e hoa mā Tēnā koutou, e hoa mā Greetings, oh friends Kua tae mai nei i tēnei rā Arrived here this day Nō reira rā, e hoa mā Therefore, oh friends, Kia ora rā, koutou katoa Good health, to you all Kua rongo hoki ahau I had heard of course Kua rongo hoki ahau I had heard of course Kua rongo hoki ahau I had heard of course Kei te haere mai koutou That you were all coming Nō reira rā, e hoa mā Therefore, oh friends, Kia ora rā, koutou katoa Good health, to you all
  3. 3. Build a tower
  4. 4. Build a tower
  5. 5. How high can you build atower before its stability is
  6. 6. The technology is far less important than the kind of education that it enables.
  7. 7. New types ofknowledge ‘Watch the world’ - Robbie Dingo | ‘Starry Night over the Rhone - Van Gogh
  8. 8. WHAT’S THE POINT? Ministry of Education, 2013
  9. 9. “Since our education systems were first establishedthere has been enormous change in the nature ofsocieties, change in the nature of work, change in how knowledge is viewed, and change in technologies, to name just a few.Those changes, and the certainty of ongoingchange, have implications for the kind of educationour young people require, and the focus of theteaching and learning they experience ” Ministry of Education, 2013
  10. 10. UNBUNDLEthinking
  11. 11. UNBUNDLE structureUNBUNDLE content
  12. 12. “The potential of new technologies totransformteaching and learning is heavily dependent oneducators’ abilitiesto seethe affordances and capacities of ICT inrelation to the underpinning themes forlearning for the 21st century ”
  13. 13. personalise diversify apply knowledge rethink roles continue to learn connect to communitySIXTHEMES
  14. 14. Think of a learner....
  15. 15. 1 / PERSONALISE LEARNING
  16. 16. Personalchoiceandpathways
  17. 17. Personallearningenvironments
  18. 18. How can you use a technology to give thestudent personal choice?
  19. 19. 2/DELIBERATELYDIVERSIFY
  20. 20. NeverSeconds blog (Martha)
  21. 21. How can you use a technology to supportand teach for diversity?
  22. 22. 3/ PUT KNOWLEDGE TO WORK
  23. 23. http://www.passionfruitmagazine.co.nz/ Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  24. 24. “I think I did really wellwith this story. Ienjoyed dressing up totell my story, it made mefeel like Margaret Mahy.I think I would like todo more of this, andmaybe tell my stories toyounger children.I would really like somechildren to tell mewhat could make mystories better.”
  25. 25. How can you use technologies so thelearning purpose is real and authentic?
  26. 26. 4/ RETHINK ROLES Source: Switcheroo
  27. 27. How can you use technologies so thatstudents and teachers create knowledgetogether?
  28. 28. 5/ CONTINUE TO LEARN
  29. 29. inquiry
  30. 30. Professional Learning
  31. 31. unconference
  32. 32. How can you use technologies to supporton-going learning and inquiry?
  33. 33. 6/ CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY
  34. 34. Connecting learners to whānau “It’s another way of sharing what’s going on in our school and for those parents thatcan’t get away, letting them just quickly login for five minutes, see what their child’s doing.”
  35. 35. Connecting learners to experts
  36. 36. Connecting teachers and schools to each other www.vln.school.nz
  37. 37. How can you use technologies to connectwith whānau, local and globalcommunities?
  38. 38. "The future is here, itsjust not evenlydistributed yet."- Gibson
  39. 39. What does ‘effective’ mean?
  40. 40. e-Learning Planning Framework
  41. 41. “Who dares toteach Tex t.........must nevercease to learn.”- John Cotton Dana
  42. 42. “Knowing is not nough; e must apply.Willing is not enough; e must do.” ethe

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