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The Relationship Between Content and Innovation

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Presentation given at Innovate SA (19th November, 2010)

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  • 1. DOES FLASHY SPARKLING
    SOPHISTICATED LOOKING
    CONTENT EQUAL
    INNOVATION?
    (All that glitters is not gold)
    Michael Coghlan
    19/11/10
  • 2. THIAGI
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephen_downes/297337761/
  • 3. WHAT
    ABOUT
    TONIGHT?
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephen_downes/297337761/
  • 4. CAN YOU TEACH A COURSE WITHOUT ANY CONTENT?
  • 5. CONTENT or PROCESS?
    V
  • 6. DESTINATION or JOURNEY?
    V
  • 7. CAN YOU TEACH A COURSE WHERE YOU CO-CREATE THE CONTENT AS YOU GO?
  • 8. The Best Way to Learn How
    To Do Something
    is to Teach It!
  • 9. Gathering Content Involves
    Browsing possible resources
    Deciding which resources to use
    Creating resources
    Deciding where and how to use them
    Assembling resources into a coherent body of content
    THEN
    You work on how they look
  • 10. Gathering Content Involves
    Browsing possible resources
    Deciding which resources to use
    Creating resources
    Deciding where and how to use them
    Assembling resources into a coherent body of content
    THEN
    You work on how they look
    Where does most of the
    thinking take place?
  • 11. Gathering Content Involves
    Browsing possible resources
    Deciding which resources to use
    Creating resources
    Deciding where and how to use them
    Assembling resources into a coherent body of content
    THEN
    You work on how
    it looks
    Most of the
    thinking takes place here
  • 12. INNOVATION involves:
    Challenge
    Change of behaviour
    New insight/knowledge/skills
    TO INCREASE CHANCES OF SUCCESS IN A CHANGING WORLD (21ST century skills)
  • 13. Employability Skills
  • INNOVATIVE?
  • 21. INNOVATIVE?
  • 22. INNOVATIVE?
  • 23. INNOVATIVE?
  • 24. INNOVATIVE?
  • 25. OLD METHODOLOGY IN NEW CLOTHING
    INNOVATIVE?
    IS STILL OLD METHODOLOGY
  • 26. kenya
    KENYAN VILLAGE DISPLAY
  • 27. THE UBIQUITOUS QUIZ
  • 28. Skills of the VET Teacher/Trainer
    Callan and Clayton: E-assessment and the AQTF: Bridging the divide between practitioners and auditors
    • Many VET staff don't have a proper understanding of ASSESSMENT, let alone e-assessment!
    • 29. 90% of e-assessment is done via quizzes!!
  • QUIZZES
    Cathy Moore:
    Quizzes often test whether or not you remember or understand what you read in the last 10 minutes
  • 30. QUIZZES
  • 31. Alternative Type Quiz Questions Might....
    ..... ask you to get up from the computer to:
    Check an OH and S issue in a workshop and report back on it
    Take a photo that satisfies set criteria, tag it, and upload it to a database (identifying plants in Horticulture)
    Speak to a fellow student about the best way to solve a problem (Dealing with Difficult Customers; Hospitality)
    Research (Net, library, people) the various ways people have addressed a similar problem in the past (parents with dementia; Aged Care)
  • 32. Alternative Type Quiz Questions might...
    ... ask you to get up from the computer to:
    Telephone 2 suppliers and evaluate their products/services and explain why you chose one supplier over the other (Building, Plumbing)
    Leave the quiz and
    look for suitable YouTube videos that could be used for instruction; describe, tag, and bookmark. (any subject)
  • 33. Employability Skills
  • And other user-generated content?
    WHAT
    ABOUT
    YOUTUBE?
    Lecturer: “I’m amazed at the extent of videos relating directly to the topics I teach in Painting...
    it would be easy to use them in the classroom as a lot of our old teaching videos are on
    cassette and are now poor quality & outdated. “
  • 41. Creative Commons Licensing
    from Jeffrey Beall at http://www.flickr.com/photos/denverjeffrey/301014978/
  • 42. WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS THAT NEED ASKING/ANSWERING?
  • 43. SCENARIO
    400 gigalitres of water per year have to be put back into the Murray River if it is to be a healthy, sustainable system. This will have social and economic impacts on all towns along the river. How do we do this? What questions does each town need to address in order to achieve this goal?
  • 44. “The whole world has
    become curricularised.” (Pachler)
    Image courtesy of Nancy White
  • 45. YES IT ALL TAKES MORE TIME
  • 46. Courtesy of Greg Whitby
  • 47. Courtesy of Greg Whitby
  • 48. Employability Skills
  • Where are the competent eLearning Practitioners?
    Mitchell and Ward:
    • A report on the National Survey of Vocational Education and Training (VET) Practitioner (January, 2010)
    • 56. Elearning seen as part of an advanced skill set; less than 10% of VET lecturers see themselves in this category
  • THANK YOU
    Michael Coghlan
    michaelc@chariot.net.au
    An Innovator’s Point of View
    These slides on the web at
    http://www.slideshare.net/michaelc/the-relationship-between-content-and-innovation