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Presentation given in Feb 2012 at InnoOmnia (Espoo, Finland)

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Connectivism in VET Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Connectivism & VET
  • 2. 1. Deep learning
  • 3. 2. Ubiquitous learning
  • 4. 3. Learnerinvolvement
  • 5. What motivates?
  • 6. What kind oflifelong learning skills are needed?
  • 7. What kind of lifelong learning skills are needed? Lifelong learning skills are tools for continuous learning,for taking over one’s future and new contexts, and for changing circumstances of the working life.
  • 8. What’s theworld of a professional like?
  • 9. What’s theworld of a professional like? in 2020
  • 10. What’s theworld of a professional like? in 2020 in 2030
  • 11. What’s theworld of a professional like? in 2020 in 2030 in 2040
  • 12. What’s theworld of a professional like? in 2020 in 2030 in 2040 in 2050
  • 13. Three paradoxes of the Finnish educational model1. Teach less, learn more2. Test less, learn more3. More equality with greater diversityPasi Sahlberg, Director General, CIMO
  • 14. Learning process• Personal - but not solitary• Contextual• Diverse - yet directed
  • 15. Connectivism• Learning theory by George Siemens• Learning is primarily a network-forming process• Learning happens as a part of diverse, social network, which is augmented by the modern digital technology
  • 16. Connectivism - The Networked Studenthttp://dotsub.com/view/41f08de7-68dc-4365-af4c-5733f565b9e1?utm_source=player&utm_medium=embed
  • 17. Connectivist learning• is learner-centered• is social and cultural• forms networks and structures nodes• has a lot in common with new communication technology and its use
  • 18. 1. Deep learning ” takes root in our apparatus of understanding, in the embedded meanings that define us and that we use to define the world.” John Tagg, The Learning Paradigm College, 2003
  • 19. Deep learning is based on the knowledge capital of the learner
  • 20. Knowledge capital • based on knowledge, skills, attitudes and values • social & cultural • also tacit knowledge
  • 21. Knowledge capital • building on existing capital • needs unlearning, breaking patterns and getting rid of false assumptions
  • 22. http://innoomnia.wikispaces.com/Sosiaalisen+median+työkalupakki
  • 23. LevVygotski• Learning is inherently social, embedded in cultural setting• Sosioconstructivist learning conception
  • 24. Distributed intelligence • socially • physically • virtually
  • 25. Distributed intelligence • socially • physically • virtually
  • 26. Distributed intelligence • socially • physically • virtually
  • 27. Distributed intelligence • socially • physically • virtually
  • 28. http://pintakilta.wikispaces.com/
  • 29. 2. Ubiquitous learning authentic learning environments information & communication tech open cloud services and social media
  • 30. On-the-joblearning blogofa landscaping artisanblogger.com
  • 31. Learning blogof a buildingmaintenancestudentposterous.com
  • 32. Company-drivenmeeting placeof professionals,home-gardeners,and studentsfacebook.com
  • 33. Landscaping in the virtual worldsecondlife.com
  • 34. Simulation of the real building&yardCollaboration of pros and on-the-job learners
  • 35. Landscapingstudentsin a skillscompetitionyoutube.com
  • 36. QR-codeand mobilelearning videobyInnoMerchantstudents
  • 37. 3. Learner involvement • inner motivation • lifelong learning • knowledge capital • empowerment
  • 38. Learning material produced by studentsMake Share Use
  • 39. Showing vocational competence Shoot Share and comment
  • 40. ABC of moppinghttp://youtu.be/iG6vycR5gbI
  • 41. Concept of knowledge • static • authorized • objective
  • 42. Concept of knowledge • static dynamic, creative • authorized democratic • objective relative
  • 43. Institutional point of view leadership
  • 44. Institutional point of view leadership objectives
  • 45. Institutional point of view leadership objectives operational culture
  • 46. Institutional point of view leadership objectives operational culture technological desicions & solutions
  • 47. Institutional point of view leadership objectives operationalcollaboration culture& networks technological desicions & solutions
  • 48. Cloud services & toolsmentioned or taken use of bit.ly (j.mp) – shortening URLs blogger.com – Googleblog servicedocs.google.com– Google online documents doodle.com – arranging appointments dotsub.com – multilanguage subtexts facebook.com – online community posterous.com – blog service qr-koodit.fi– Finnish QR pages secondlife.com – virtual world slideshare.net – presentation sharing twitter.com – microblogging wikispaces.com – wiki service wordle.net – word clouds youtube.com – video sharing
  • 49. thank you! Esko LiusPresentation online in Slideshare: Finnish j.mp/konnektivismi2012 English j.mp/connectivism2012 esko.lius@omnia.fi CC-by-NC-SA 2012