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  • Main theme: My View of learning is crucial!
  • BUT … nature of learning process????
  • My views of meaningful learning are CRUCIAL to my views of e-learning & therefore … My views of meaningful learning are CRUCIAL to the way my students’ use learning technologies in my classroom (and online learning environments)
  • E-learning as ‘construction’ Eg. using digital cameras, midi instruments, multimedia software, lego robotics. E-Learning: Enable, Empower and Engage Question: How and when can ICT empower learners to participate actively and thoughtfully in the learning process? How can ICT help learners to think rigorously and express themselves imaginatively? [Pls read Roblyer Ch 3!)
  • From: Jonassen, D. et al (2008). What is meaningful learning? In D. Jonassen et al.(Eds).Meaningful learning with technology. 3rd Edtn. pp1-12. Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, N.J. (in library & extract also in UTSOnline Literature section: “e-Learning in 7-12 Education (Introduction)” folder View of e-learning MUST be aligned with our views of learning! Eg. How can technology support the active, cooperative or authentic nature of “meaningful” learning?
  • Under the umbrella of ConstructiVism Use wikipedia as intro… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constructionist_learning
  • Kids DO (often together) Kids DESIGN Kids BUILD Kids PLAY Kids IMAGINE Kids THINK Kids EXPRESS themselves Kids REFLECT
  • Go beyond: Learning Theories as Bases for Integration. Highly recommended. Roblyer, M.(2006). Learning Theories as Bases for Integration. In M. Roblyer (Ed). Integrating educational technology into teaching. 4th Edtn. pp 36-52. Pearson/Merrill Prentice HallUpper Saddle River, N.J.
  • Follow up on examples 1 and 2: e.g. Webquest Community!
  • Webquests - research is scaffolded and done in teams. Collaborative projects - interschool, international. Eg. INK Using web to PUBLISH and COLLABORATE
  • Source: http://www.edtechpost.ca/wordpress/2003/10/09/matrix-of-some-uses-of-blogs-in-education/
  • Also see: http://site.aace.org/conf/archive/2008/mishra-keynote-08.mov Or
  • Other useful theories to use as a framework for integrating ICTs into your KLA(s)

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  • 1. S10 Stimulus
    • Review: Frameworks to think about using learning technologies in K-12
    • TPCK
    • Where to now?
  • 2. What is “Meaningful Learning”?
  • 3. My views of “Meaningful Learning”? As well as my attitude & views of technology!!
  • 4. Learning can be student-centred and active and often collaborative!
  • 5. D. Jonassen et al.(Eds).Meaningful learning with technology. 3rd Edtn. p3.
  • 6. Constructionism A Theory of Learning
  • 7.  
  • 8. Learning Technologies Learners DO (often together) Learners DESIGN Learners BUILD Learners PLAY Learners IMAGINE Learners THINK Learners EXPRESS themselves Learners REFLECT
  • 9. Transmissionist / “ Instructionist” / More emancipative approaches
  • 10. STUDENTS TEACHERS CONSUME read, view etc. PRODUCE create write, construct etc. [ Learning Technology ] in K-6
  • 11. Examples
    • Mind Mapping
    • Use of WebQuests
    • Use of Blogs / Podcasts
  • 12. Example: Use of Mind Maps?
  • 13.  
  • 14. Learners can also MAKE a Webquest!
  • 15.  
  • 16. Intro. to TPACK T echnological P edagogical C ontent K nowledge (or ‘ Total Package’ ) http://www.tpck.org
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  • 19. TPACK Introductory Resources
    • View: Mishra, P. & Koehler, M. (2008). Thinking Creatively: Teachers as Designers of Technology, Pedagogy andContent (TPACK). Keynote presentation at SITE 2008. Available at: http://site.aace.org/conf/archive/2008/mishra-site-08.htm
    • (also available here: http://punya.educ.msu.edu/2008/03/18/site-2008-keynote/ ) Also see TPACK site:
    • http://www.tpck.org/tpck/
  • 20. Other Theories? (for another time ...)
    • Multiple Intelligences Theory (H. Gardner) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_multiple_intelligences
    • Connectivism (G. Siemens) http://www.connectivism.ca/
  • 21. Where to now? PLC’s etc. Journals Blogs, Web 2.0 outlets (Teachertube channel, iTunesU etc.) Conferences Watercooler conversations (Staffroom) 2011 Action Plan!
  • 22. Further TPACK resources
    • TPACK wiki - http://www.tpck.org/
    • Punya Mishra’s site - http://punya.educ.msu.edu/
    • Teachers, Creativity & TPACK
      • 2008 SITE keynote – 52 MB QT movie
      • http://site.aace.org/conf/archive/2008/mishra-site-08.htm
    • Technology Integration in Teaching: The TPACK Framework
      • ISTE Webinar – Adobe Connect recording
      • http://iste.acrobat.com/p92764644/
    • Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) for Educators
      • Ch 1 – Introducing TPCK
      • http://punya.educ.msu.edu/2008/05/28/tpack-handbook-chapter-1/