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Strategies for Digital Learning (#dish2011)

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Presentation for the New Learning Strategies session at the DISH conference in Rotterdam on 7 December 2011. #dish

Presentation for the New Learning Strategies session at the DISH conference in Rotterdam on 7 December 2011. #dish

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  • 1. Strategies for Digital Learning Shelley MannionHow technology changes The British Museum @smannion #dish2011 and challenges Photos: benedictjohnson.com museum education Alastair Fyfe
  • 2. WHAT DIGITAL OFFERS
  • 3. 1. Newinteraction styles
  • 4. 1. New interaction styles New kinds of activities
  • 5. 1. New interaction stylesOpportunities for kinaesthetic and mechanical learners
  • 6. 1. New interaction stylesOCGM: Objects, Containers, Gestures, Manipulations
  • 7. 1. New interaction styles Boys
  • 8. 1. New interaction styles New models of collaborative learning
  • 9. 2. Participatory learning 2
  • 10. 2. Participatory learningSense of ownership
  • 11. 3. Newprogramming models
  • 12. 3. Newprogramming models Expose under-used areas of the collection
  • 13. 3. New programming modelsTraining for future careers
  • 14. 4. Space as canvas
  • 15. 4. Space as canvas
  • 16. WHAT DIGITAL CHALLENGES
  • 17. 1. New interaction stylesRole of the educatormust include projectmanagementConflicts with otherdigital work in theorganisation
  • 18. 1. New interaction styles Most museum systems designed for standard “tours” Current funding models don’t support application development
  • 19. 2. Participatory learningConflicts aroundinstitutional authorityPermissions andcopyright
  • 20. 3 New programming modelsSetting teachers’expectationsChallenges tocuratorial control overnarratives
  • 21. 4. Space as canvasWho owns yourvenue?Do outside companiesunderstand youraudience/collection?Collaboration versuscompetition
  • 22. Unrealised potential Uniting the on-site and online experience

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