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  • 1. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching PDEV 5010 Preparing For An Academic Career Session 10 Technology Support for Active Learning Pedagogies Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 2. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Workshop is Online• Please click the link below:http://nnoakes.wikispaces.com/Technology+Support+for+Active+Learning+Pedagogies Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 3. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Session OutcomesBy the end of this session, you should be able to:• describe ways that technology can be used to enhance key learning principles• explain how a number of specific technologies can be used to support active learning in: – large lectures; and – small-groups.It is also hoped that after the session, participants will be willing toexperiment with an expanded range of technologies for student learning fordifferent pedagogies Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 4. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Agenda• Participants’ Local Technology Landscape• Students’ Technology Landscape – Globally (developed economies) – HKUST• Current and future technologies in education• Technology-supported Active Learning in Courses• A framework for the use of technologies in learning and teaching• References and Keeping up-to-date Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 5. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching YOUR CONTEXT USING TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 6. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching A Quick Poll• Please click the poll link and complete the short questionnaire. Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 7. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Learning Management System-typical functions used by UST teaching staff• Syllabus• Content function for distributing course materials• Assignment function• Quizzes function for summative / formal assessment (e.g. grading)• Quizzes function for formative / informal assessment (e.g. for learning improvement)• Discussions• Other Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 8. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Clickers – main reasons for use• Promote peer learning• Formative / informal assessment (e.g. for learning improvement)• Summative / formal assessment (e.g. grading)• Take attendance• Other Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 9. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Web 2.0 Technologies – know about• Forums / Discussion boards• Social Networking sites (e.g. Facebook, Ning)• Micro-blogging sites (e.g. Twitter)• Blogging sites (e.g Blogger, Wordpress)• Wikis (e.g. Wikispace)• Video Sharing Sites (e.g. Youtube)• Photo Sharing sites (e.g. Flickr, Picasa)• Slide Sharing Sites (e.g. SlideShare)• Bookmark Sharing sites (e.g. Delicious)• RSS feeds• Other Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 10. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Web 2.0 Technologies – used for yourself• Forums / Discussion boards• Social Networking sites (e.g. Facebook, Ning)• Micro-blogging sites (e.g. Twitter)• Blogging sites (e.g Blogger, Wordpress)• Wikis (e.g. Wikispace)• Video Sharing Sites (e.g. Youtube)• Photo Sharing sites (e.g. Flickr, Picasa)• Slide Sharing Sites (e.g. SlideShare)• Bookmark Sharing sites (e.g. Delicious)• RSS feeds• Other Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 11. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Web 2.0 Technologies – used for teaching• Forums / Discussion boards• Social Networking sites (e.g. Facebook, Ning)• Micro-blogging sites (e.g. Twitter)• Blogging sites (e.g Blogger, Wordpress)• Wikis (e.g. Wikispace)• Video Sharing Sites (e.g. Youtube)• Photo Sharing sites (e.g. Flickr, Picasa)• Slide Sharing Sites (e.g. SlideShare)• Bookmark Sharing sites (e.g. Delicious)• RSS feeds• Other Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 12. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Comfort Level Using New Technologies1. Very uncomfortable2. Uncomfortable3. Neutral WHY?4. Comfortable5. Very comfortable Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 13. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching STUDENTS’ CONTEXT USING TECHNOLOGIES FOR LEARNING Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 14. Center for Enhanced Learning and TeachingDigital Natives Study (HKUST, 2007)• As we review these data together, please think about the students at your home institution.• What similarities and differences with the HKUST results do you think you would see? Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 15. Center for Enhanced Learning and TeachingDigital Natives (Kansas State University) A Vision of Students Today (Prof Michael Wesch and is 200-student class) Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 16. Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching Digital Natives - Task• In your group, discuss in what ways students you have taught may be similar or different to those from 2007 with respect to their technology use?• Please decide on one person in the group who will takes notes online by creating your own Primary Pad at http://primarypad.com/ - you can do this without creating an account for a maximum of five people. Please give the facilitator (Nick), the web address (URL) of your groups Pad Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 17. Center for Enhanced Learning and TeachingFramework for Technology Use in Learning and Teaching: Spaces Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 18. Center for Enhanced Learning and TeachingFramework for Technology Use in Learning and Teaching: Time and Place Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 19. Center for Enhanced Learning and TeachingFramework for Technology Use in Learning and Teaching: Interactions Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyWith permission © CELT, HKUST
  • 20. Center for Enhanced Learning and TeachingFrameworks for Technology Use in Learning and Teaching Instructions: 1. With the group at your table, you will be assigned one of the following three Web 2.0 technologies: online mindmapping, social bookmarking, Google Reader 2. One person in the group should create an account in the online mindmapping software called MindMeister This person will type for the group. 3. Review the example you are assigned and together discuss how this could be used within a course? Use the diagrams in the previous two slides to prompt your thinking. 4. Discuss and decide the pros and cons of the tool for large lecture and small group teaching contexts. 5. Be prepared to present a summary of these points to the class using the online mindmapping tool . The facilitator will tell you at the end which person in the group will be the presenter. 6. If you finish quickly, your group can extend this activity by choosing another technology to work on. Hong Kong University of Science & Technology With permission © CELT, HKUST