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Bring Your Own Devices for Learning: An Open Online Course 27-31 January 2014

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  • 1. Bring Your Own Devices for Learning Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer Manchester Metropolitan University @chrissinerantzi 5 Days or 5 a Day? Sue Beckingham Academic Developer Sheffield Hallam University @suebecks
  • 2. global trends • • • • • • • authentic and contextualised learning self-organised, self-directed learning in partnership flexible pedagogies lifelong and lifewide learning connected, collaborative, open recognising finally the positive impact of human interaction for learning
  • 3. What did we want to explore... Can we create an open learning ecology that enables learners to learn with and from each other in a supportive environment using authentic and inquirybased pedagogical models? How can we support open learners effectively to create the foundations of a vibrant learning community?
  • 4. mobile flexible collaborative authentic autonomous BYOD4L is... self-organised self-determined pick ‘n’ mix supported registration-free for teachers & students
  • 5. learning and development mezes MELSIG Book project BYOD4Learning course MELSIG Smart Learning event #3
  • 6. simplified inquiry-based learning FISh model (Nerantzi & Uhlin, 2012)
  • 7. using authentic stories student stories teachers stories
  • 8. Why? Why? Why? Why? Who? Where? our magical open box Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? How? Why? What? Why? Why? Why?
  • 9. open badges for participants & facilitators
  • 10. getting ready
  • 11. The BYOD4L team organisers 2 facilitators 11 open badges lead 1 badges reviewer 1 critical friend 1 learning analytics 1
  • 12. BYOD4L facilitators FB group (private) Chrissi & Sue Twitter DM
  • 13. BYOD4L on Google Doc + Dropbox
  • 14. BYOD4Learning site
  • 15. BYOD4L Facebook group location https://www.facebook.com/groups/1385272118361805/
  • 16. BYOD4L Google + community location https://plus.google.com/communities/115166756393440336480?partnerid=gplp0
  • 17. BYOD4L on Twitter https://twitter.com/melsiguk
  • 18. #BYOD4Lchat Join me on Twitter every day 8-9pm UK time. Remember to use the hashtag. ;) “Fantastically chaotic”
  • 19. 7 Jan 14 publicising started: WordPress numbers
  • 20. all time site visitors (8 Jan 14)
  • 21. 1 day before we started
  • 22. distribution: 1 day before we started
  • 23. Day 1: connecting
  • 24. Day 1
  • 25. Day 1 Twitter traffic in the morning
  • 26. Day 1 am Twitter connections
  • 27. Day 1 TwitterChat
  • 28. Where is Linda? Day 1
  • 29. WordPress traffic end of Day 1
  • 30. WordPress traffic end of Day 1
  • 31. Day 2: communicating
  • 32. Day 2
  • 33. Day 2 source: http://lozeagle.wordpress.com/
  • 34. Blog posts
  • 35. participants’ blog posts
  • 36. learning artefact (Day 2) source: http://www.mindmeister.com/370213405/private-communications
  • 37. learning artefact (Day 2) source http://youtu.be/Pe0Bx7srKHk
  • 38. learning artefact (Day 2) source: http://wordeo.com/w/d3d73779a9b04d739bf1a2ddb0eca248
  • 39. learning artefact (Day 2)
  • 40. learning artefact (Day 2)
  • 41. Tweets Day 2
  • 42. WordPress traffic end of Day 2
  • 43. WordPress traffic end of Day 2
  • 44. Day 3: curating
  • 45. Day 3
  • 46. TwitterChat Day 3
  • 47. Important message?
  • 48. Learning activity Day 3
  • 49. Day 3 activity source: http://lozeagle.wordpress.com/2014/01/30/byod4l-day-3/
  • 50. collaborative research calls Collaborative curating
  • 51. WordPress traffic end of Day 3
  • 52. WordPress traffic end of Day 3
  • 53. Day 4: collaborating
  • 54. Day 4
  • 55. extending BYOD4L through local engagement
  • 56. extending BYOD4L through local engagement source: http://michaelbromby.wordpress.com/2014/01/31/creation-fifth-and-final-topic-forthe-byod4l-mooc/
  • 57. learning artefact (Day 2) source: http://www.normanjackson.co.uk/explee.html
  • 58. WordPress traffic end of Day 4
  • 59. WordPress traffic end of Day 4
  • 60. Day 5: creating
  • 61. Day 5
  • 62. Share visualisation and comment Part 3 – during chat Visualise your learning Part 2 – at start of chat Part 1 – before chat TweetChat on Day 5: creative chaos Question shower: Everybody asks a question & answers with a question
  • 63. visualisation of learning
  • 64. visualisation of learning
  • 65. visualisation of learning
  • 66. visualisation of learning
  • 67. visualisation of learning
  • 68. visualisation of learning
  • 69. visualisation of learning
  • 70. visualisation of learning
  • 71. visualisation of learning
  • 72. collaborative magazine https://flipboard.com/section/byod4l-bRjN2f
  • 73. from our Dave Hopkins, the BYOD4L mascot? source http://www.dontwasteyourtime.co.uk/elearning/byod4l-day-5-creating-and-engaging/
  • 74. http://storify.com/melsiguk/melsig-byod4lchat-creating
  • 75. Anne couldn’t unfortunately participate... in the last TwitterChat but did complete the tasks and shared with us!!! visualisation of learning
  • 76. from our Anne Nortcliffe: unstoppable https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=276309639190489&set=gm.1386518888237128&t ype=1&theater
  • 77. BYOD4L answer garden 1 February 14 http://answergarden.ch/view/80135
  • 78. saying goodbye
  • 79. WordPress traffic near the end of Day 5
  • 80. WordPress traffic near the end of Day 5
  • 81. WordPress stats 1-2-3-4-5 Day Views Visitors Views per Visitor Day 1 1529 427 3.58 Day 2 832 232 3.59 Day 3 506 182 2.78 Day 4 351 136 2.58 Day 5 372 122 3.05
  • 82. Google + & FB community members 1-2-3-4-5 Day Google + community Facebook group Before 20 23 Day 1 56 42 Day 2 61 43 Day 3 64 45 Day 4 64 47 Day 5 64 48
  • 83. 7 days: total hits, last day 1 Feb 14
  • 84. What next? • evaluate this experiment • explore ways for ongoing engagement via monthly TweetChats for example? • offer BYOD4 in other ways – (cross-) institutional groups, led by students, blended approaches etc. • Smart Learning Book project • Smart Learning event at MMU (14 April 2014)
  • 85. the journey continues... check out: http://byod4learning.wordpress.com/