Self-paced yet connected learning: How to have your cake and eat it too

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Self-paced yet connected learning: How to have your cake and eat it too

  1. 1. Self-paced, yet connected learning: How to have your cake and eat it too Samantha Slade et Yves Otis BCedOnline April 2004
  2. 2. 1. The challenge 2. Examples of learning activities 3. Examples of performance tasks 4. Tools to manage self-paced learning and learners 5.The future
  3. 3. 1. The challenge
  4. 4. Group-paced Self-paced learning learning + Community, + Freedom and collaboration, + flexibility communication (time, pace) - Constraints in time - Lacking community, and pace (dependancy collaboration and on teacher and group) communication 1. The challenge
  5. 5. 2. Examples of learning activities
  6. 6. 2. Examples of learning activities
  7. 7. Collaboration Community Alone Communication Examples - allow self-paced learning while feeling part of a learning community - require no teacher intervention Need to find ways of integrating self paced collaborative learning activities 2. Examples of learning activities
  8. 8. 3. Examples of performance tasks
  9. 9. Collaboration Community Alone Communication Teacher Work + + Publishing intervention Teacher Work + Publishing + intervention How to create self-paced collaborative performance tasks ? 3. Examples of performance tasks
  10. 10. 4. Tools to manage self-paced learning and learners
  11. 11. A digital dashboard to keep track of all unpaced online activities 4. Tools to manage self-paced learning and learners
  12. 12. A digital dashboard to display recent activity in a course (progression in content, overview of comments) 4. Tools to manage self-paced learning and learners
  13. 13. 4. Tools to manage self-paced learning and learners
  14. 14. A dynamic planning tool to facilitate management of learning 4. Tools to manage self-paced learning and learners
  15. 15. 5. The future
  16. 16. 1. Demand for self paced learning 2. Expectation for communication and collaboration Problem-based learning Eportfolios Self-directed learning Collective knowledge Authentic audience Going global Therefore the need for self paced connected learning 5.The future
  17. 17. closed obliged Most online Some online learning learning group learner paced paced Some online ex. fanfiction.net learning evaluation? open choices 5.The future
  18. 18. Samantha Slade R & D advisor Yves Otis IT advisor

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