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Inventive higher education strategies; technology affordances offering flexible teaching and learning opportunities in higher education barbara grabowski, global hr forum 2010.pdf, seoul, korea

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Opportunities for student engagement in learning that goes beyond the time and space of traditional brick and mortar higher education environments are expanding by a continuously evolving web …

Opportunities for student engagement in learning that goes beyond the time and space of traditional brick and mortar higher education environments are expanding by a continuously evolving web technology. Technology affordances through Web 2.0, the Semantic Net and the “clourd” empower students in higher education to explore outside the classroom, campus and country. These opportunities for student engagement, however, require a different perspective on implementing foundational teaching and learning skills. The focus of this presentation will be to describe inventive higher education strategies afforded by the web and discuss implications of these opportunities with regard to teaching, learning and policy making.

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  • 1. Barbara Grabo ski  Ph DBarbara Grabowski, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University INVENTIVE HIGHER EDUCATION STRATEGIES: TECHNOLOGY AFFORDANCES OFFERING FLEXIBLETECHNOLOGY AFFORDANCES OFFERING FLEXIBLE TEACHING AND LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES IN HIGHER EEDUCATION
  • 2. S  B k dSome Background… Medical School Computer Based Instruction Nuclear Power—Bachelor of Science Nuclear  ScienceScience Statistics Class—Large Lectureg K‐ 12 Classrooms and NASA Internet  ResourcesResources
  • 3. Analysis: Cognitive Analysis: Process is the same g Requirements Learning  Strategies Task:  What •Learner •Peers D i •Faculty •External Experts Devices Applications
  • 4. “Who and How” Outcomes are  different because of emerging web  affordances and unchained mobile affordances and unchained mobile  learning devices  that enable  different learning landscapes that  match more closely to what we match more closely to what we  know is ideal learning.
  • 5. L i  L dLearning Landscape Myriad of people Myriad of technologies M i d  f l i   i i iMyriad of learning activities
  • 6. F  th  P ti   fFrom the Perspective of… I nstructional D iD esign P ossibilities R ealities I ssues S tandards M ulti‐dimensional ViewsM ulti dimensional Views f h dVision…. for Inventive Higher Education Strategies Koszalka, T. Grabowski, B. 
  • 7. P ibiliti  T h l i l Possibilities: Technological  DevicesDevices Photographer: Suat Eman Photographer: graur razvan ionut Photographer: Francesco Marino Photographer: Salvatore Vuono Learning Unchained Learning Unchained  Mobile LearningMobile LearningLearning Unchained Learning Unchained ‐‐‐‐ Mobile LearningMobile Learning
  • 8. Possibilities: The Web I nstructional D esign P ossibilities R ealities I ssues Web Affordances Opportunities Possibilities: The WebS tandards Multi‐dimensional Views pp Vast Information Resources Information databanks Current Events Hi t i l E tHistorical Events Numbers, Images, Sounds, Tools Vast Virtual Human Resources Expertsp Leaders Role Models PeersPeers Individual Contribution to Web  Knowledge Individual Journals Group Contribution to Web  Knowledge Collaborative Writing Social TaggingKnowledge Social Tagging Collaborative Thinking Applications Future – data analysis tools fl i hi ki lReflection ThinkingTools [Now: Translators]
  • 9. The Cloud: Where Devices meet The Cloud: Where Devices meet  Applications so that Inventive  i St t i iblLearning Strategies are Possible Digital storage and workspace in the “sky”… IPhotographer: graur codrin;  Image from FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 10. Standards for Learning —Four   Essential Elements for Learner  EngagementEngagement
  • 11. I nstructional D esign iP ossibilities R ealities I ssues S d dS tandards Multi‐dimensional Views Realities: the Higher Education  ClassroomClassroom d b d2 Learning Landscapes based on  Affordances of Web 2.0 Affordances of Web 2.0 and 3.0
  • 12. Learning Landscape 1:Learning Landscape 1: Moving the Classroom Borders Do what we do differently to empower our  students in higher education to explore outside students in higher education to explore outside  the classroom, campus and country Image from FreeDigitalPhotos.net Artist: jscreationzs
  • 13. Learning Lands ape ComponentsLearning Landscape Components TASK/What:  Course Teaching Principles of  Diffusion of Innovation PEOPLE/Who:  4 Experts from 3 Universities; PEOPLE/Who:  4 Experts from 3 Universities;  Students from 3 Universities
  • 14. How is the learning landscape g p configured by technological devices  and Web 2 0 resources and tools?and Web 2.0 resources and tools? S f h l d G hSupport for the Knowledge Gatherer: Recorded Web Lectures delivered by the faculty y y experts Readings: Web articles and textbooksReadings: Web articles and textbooks Support for the Knowledge Creator Discussion forums moderated by Experts Collaborative documents: for team projectsCollaborative documents: for team projects Feedback from Faculty Experts Blogs for reflection and feedback from faculty
  • 15. Web Affordances Opportunities Vast Information Resources Information databanks Current Events Historical EventsHistorical Events Numbers, Images, Sounds, Tools Vast Virtual Human Resources Expertsp Leaders Role Models PeersPeers Individual Contribution to Web  Knowledge Individual Journals Group Contribution to Web Knowledge Collaborative Writing Social Tagging Collaborative Thinking Applications Future – data analysis tools [Now: Translators][ ]
  • 16. Learning Landscape 1Learning Landscape 1 Moving the Classroom Borders Issues Administrative/Policy CoordinationCoordination
  • 17. Learning Landscape 2Learning Landscape 2 International Negotiation Skills empower our students in higher  education to explore outside the  classroom, campus and countryclassroom, campus and country graur razvan ionut Image from FreeDigitalPhotos netImage from FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • 18. Learning Lands ape ComponentsLearning Landscape Components TASK/What:  Course teaching principles of  international negotiation PEOPLE/Who: Faculty in two countries PEOPLE/Who: Faculty in two countries  (Korea and the US), Students in two  countries, Experts external to the University Peers TeamsPeers Teams Paired Teams
  • 19. How is the learning landscape g p configured by technological devices  and Web 2 0 resources and tools?and Web 2.0 resources and tools? S t f  th  K l d  G thSupport for the Knowledge Gatherer: Web articles and examples of culture and negotiation  killskills Support for the Knowledge Creator Discussion forums moderated by Experts Collaborative documents: for team projects Shared instant ideas Blogs for reflection and feedback from facultyg y Support as a Knowledge Partner Note takingNote taking Translate
  • 20. Web Affordances OpportunitiesWeb Affordances Opportunities Vast Information Resources Information databanks Current Events Historical Events Numbers, Images, Sounds, Tools, g , , Vast Virtual Human Resources Experts Leaders R l M d lRole Models Peers Individual Contribution to Web  Individual Journalsd dua Co t but o to eb Knowledge d dua Jou a s Group Contribution to Web Knowledge Collaborative Writing Social Tagging Mobility Access anytime  anyplaceMobility Access anytime, anyplace Collaborative Thinking Applications Future – data analysis tools [Now: Translators]
  • 21. Learning Landscape:Learning Landscape: International Negotiation Skills  Issues Administrative/Policy CoordinationCoordination Access
  • 22. T   h ll  To challenge us… “In the midst of today’s economic crisis, U.S. policy leaders are  collectively acknowledging the critical importance of elementary y g g p f y and secondary education to this country’s economic  competitiveness. Simultaneously, Web 2.0 technologies are  emerging as the communication and cognitive tools needed to e e g g as t e co u cat o a d cog t e tools eeded to support deep, relevant, participatory learning required for 21st  Century success. Our children are growing up wired 24/7 to real‐ time social networking, interactive gaming, media, and experts, time social networking, interactive gaming, media, and experts,  with opportunities to explore, learn, express their opinions, and  shape their world. They expect online choice, opportunity for  expression, interactive communication, and access to knowledge.”expression, interactive communication, and access to knowledge. http://www.cisco.com/web/about/citizenship/socio‐p p economic/docs/Metiri_Classroom_Collaboration_Policy.pdf