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Becoming An Educationalist is designed to help Education students become successful in the present day as they study - and to become active, creative, critical and emancipatory educationalists for the …

Becoming An Educationalist is designed to help Education students become successful in the present day as they study - and to become active, creative, critical and emancipatory educationalists for the 21st Century. This show encapsulates the first introductory lecture that explained some over-arching successful study strategies - and that explained the TLA approach of the module.

The meta-goal of the module is to re-define study and academic skills to include 'developing the digital you', with a focus on practical digital literacies and a more critical awareness of visual literacies: all aspects of creating and inhabiting on-line spaces and places... and IBL, PBL, Project-based learning, learning through art and artistic practices, learning through discussion, reflection and meta-reflection.

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  • 1. Make your Mark: Becoming an Educationalist Tom Burns Quaco Cloutterbuck Sandra Sinfield
  • 2. WELCOME Lecture (1-hour): • Group Brainstorm • Success strategies • Becoming an Educationalist • Group notes Seminar/Workshop (2-hour) Reflective logs & Peer Review (1-hour) A packed morning!!
  • 3. In pairs: • What do you think Becoming an Educationalist is about? • What do you hope to find out this morning? • During lecture: each group make notes on the topic on their flipchart paper.
  • 4. Some quick guidelines to successful study
  • 5. SOCCER = Success • Study techniques • Overview • Creativity • Communicate • Emotions • Review
  • 6. Study Techniques • Good study techniques improve grades by 50%! TIPS: • Manage your time • Make memorable, short notes • Get a reading habit • 30 mins a day!!
  • 7. Overview • Why are you taking this degree? • How will it help you get the job you want? TIPS: • ‘Overview’ a module before you start… • ’Overview’ a book before you read…
  • 8. Creativity • If you just give back to tutors what they gave you, you will get an average grade at best. Be creative!! TIPS: • Make pattern notes • Brainstorm ideas • Free write
  • 9. Communicate • Communicate clearly – answer the question set! TIPS: • Write little and often • Enjoy your writing! • Keep a reading dossier • Keep a learning log
  • 10. Emotions Studying can make you angry, excited, happy, sad – fearful TIPS: • I am prepared • I can handle it! • I am responsible for my learning…
  • 11. Review! Review! Review! • If we do not review & revise we lose 98% of information in 3 weeks! TIPS: • Revise your notes • Keep a study journal • Reflect on what you have learned - every day, week, month • Get a study partner & talk…
  • 12. Use our Study Hub www.londonmet.ac.uk/studyhub • Studying at University • LIKE Study Chat
  • 13. The Module • Becoming an Educationalist
  • 14. What is an Educationalist? • A teacher? • A bully? • A facilitator? • A dictator? • Someone who tells you what to think? • Someone who helps you think for yourself?
  • 15. Becoming... • We ‘become’ • Over time • Through experience • Reflection • Action Research • Reflexivity • Grounded Theory
  • 16. Don’t Panic! • This module is designed to get you there...
  • 17. What we’ll do Four hours per Week in class: 1.Lecture, simulation ,role pay (1-hour) 2.Workshops, seminars, activities (2-hour) 3.Peer activities – with PM (1-hour) Be there – be active – get engaged!
  • 18. Independent Study • Four or five hours out of class • Includes...
  • 19. Read • Explore what it means to be an educationalist • Understand different theories of teaching and learning • Consider different examples of practice • Discover Educational Policy
  • 20. Tips • Reading Dossier • Subject Dictionary
  • 21. Research... • Own practice as a student • The University as a site of learning • Undertake a real Research Project...
  • 22. Resource Development • Make a resource to help other students • Tip: http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/epacks
  • 23. Develop Digital You • Visual practices in class... • And out • BLOG your learning • #ds106 < http://ds106.us/> • Coursera blended learning MOOC https://www.coursera.org/course/blende dlearning
  • 24. Embrace Mini-Projects • Reflective logs & Personal Blogs • Quad-blogging • Active notes • Field notes • Poster Presentations • Installations • #ds106 ‘daily creates’
  • 25. Assignments: •Reflective learning (30%) •Research Project (30%): Research Proposal Research Report Resource •Essay (40%)
  • 26. Reflective logs: • Weeks: 3, 9, 15 formative assessment • Week 30 - final submission of at least three extracts with commentary (30%)
  • 27. Research Project: • Proposal 1000 words – week 19 (10%) • Report 1000 words – week 30 (20%) • Artefact – you will get marks for this when you discuss the process and the product in your Reflective Logs for credit and/or in your final essay.
  • 28. Essay 1500 words – week 30 (40%) • ‘To what extent has the module ‘Becoming an Educationalist’ prepared you for the reality of becoming an educationalist? Justify your answer with reference to at least three aspects of or activities on the course.’
  • 29. Some resources SOCCER game: http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/epacks/soccer/ Student Prezi – the secret of our success: http://prezi.com/ssuuvqkdx9uz/uni/ DESK: http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/TLTC/learnhigher/d esk/desk.html  Our writing space: http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/TLTC/connorj/Writin gGroups/ Presentations: Interactive plan & write resource: http://www2.elc.polyu.edu.hk/CILL/tools/presplan.htm  Interactive site - scientific reports: http://www.ncsu.edu/labwrite/ STUDY HUB! http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/epacks/studyhub/
  • 30. Share the group notes Good Luck! #studychat