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Designing Learning in the Digital Age - Setting the Scene

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Slides for Introduction to Designing Learning in the Digital Age (http://digitalcapability.com.au/view/view.php?id=188); Oct, 2012

Slides for Introduction to Designing Learning in the Digital Age (http://digitalcapability.com.au/view/view.php?id=188); Oct, 2012

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  • 1. #DLDA
  • 2. GLOBAL TRENDS (NMC sponsored retreat on The Future of Education)• Work is increasingly Global and • Ownership (copyright) and privacy Collaborative • Access, and Scale are redefining• People learn anywhere, anytime what we mean by quality (BYOD – bring your own device) and success (MOOCS) • Notion of literacy is being• Mobile redefined (multi- or transliteracy)• Openness — content, resources, • Rise of Informal Learning courses, research, attitudes • New Business Models• The CLOUD
  • 3. What do we mean by DISRUPTIVE?
  • 4. Courtesy of Greg Whitby
  • 5. Another Example(Uni of Central Florida)
  • 6. Courtesy of Greg Whitby
  • 7. Employability Skills (VET sector)• Communication• Teamwork• Problem Solving• Initiative and Enterprise• Planning and Organising• Self-management• Learning• Technology
  • 8. Employability Skills• Communication• Teamwork• Problem Solving• Initiative and Enterprise• Planning and Organising• Self-management• Learning• Technology
  • 9. Employability Skills• Communication• Teamwork• Problem Solving• Initiative and Enterprise• Planning and Organising• Self-management• Learning• Technology
  • 10. Graduate Attributes (Higher Ed)• Creativity• Communication• Teamwork• Leadership• Collaboration• Information Literate• Initiative• Problem solving
  • 11. Graduate Attributes• Creativity• Communication• Teamwork• Leadership• Collaboration• Information Literate• Initiative• Problem solving
  • 12. Courtesy of Greg Whitby
  • 13. HOW FAR SHOULD WE MOVE?Courtesy of Greg Whitby
  • 14. TODAY IS ABOUT ACKNOWLEDGING THAT:• KNOWLEDGE IS MOBILE• THE EDUCATOR’S ROLE HAS CHANGED• YOU NEED A GANG (Network)And......• BEING BETTER CONNECTED