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Designing Learning in the Digital Age - Global Meta-trends affecting Education


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Educational business models are changing around the world, requiring educators and education systems to re-think their approaches to learning and education. Allison will provide an overview of the …

Educational business models are changing around the world, requiring educators and education systems to re-think their approaches to learning and education. Allison will provide an overview of the global meta-trends affecting education and its impact on the way we design learning in the digital age.

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  • GlobalisationPortfolio CareersInnovation, initiative, leadership
  • Choose one – investigate – find an example to share
  • Technological Pedagogical Content KnowledgeEffective teaching with technologyNo single technological solutionNeed to understand which technology supports which pedagogical approach for your disciplineEg: Online learning requires TPCK:How to present information onlineHow to connect subject matter and studentsHow to connect students to students
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    • 1. Designing Learning in the Digital AgeGlobal meta-trends affecting education Lunch Bytes – Department of Education and Child Development Allison #DLDA
    • 2. Share what you … know or find• Go to• Add info, links, slides etc• Review what others have contributed
    • 3. Session Overview• What are the global meta-trends affecting education?• Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow Education• Learners as Pro-sumers• Educators are ‘content purveyors’ and ‘learning process relayers’• Educators as ‘lead learners’
    • 4. Image By Ping News – Released to Public: Massive Sandstorm from the Northwest African Desert (NASA) -
    • 5. What are the globalmeta-trends affecting education?
    • 6. Global Meta-trends affecting Education1. World of work is increasingly global and collaborative2. Whenever, wherever - Multi-deviced3. Internet becoming a global mobile network4. Cloud-based, networked, video & rich media5. Openness - open content, data, resources - transparency6. Ownership and privacy7. Access to learning in increasing8. Internet is challenging us to rethink learning and education, and our notion of literacy9. Rise in (the recognition of) informal learning10. Educational business models are changing Source: NMC Communiqué (2012)
    • 7. Want to know more?Go to: Website created Michael Coghlan -
    • 8. Digital Educational Meta-trends• Emerging global and collaborative educational business models of whatever, whenever and wherever learning• Creating and consuming rich media through mobile and cloud-based delivery which is refining our notion of literacies• Acknowledging the role of informal and self-directed learning which is redefining who can accredit educational experiences• Increasing openness of content, data and resources, and changing practices for online ownership and privacy Source: NMC Communiqué (2012)
    • 9. Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow Education
    • 10. New education & training business modelsMassive Open Online Course (MOOC) Source:
    • 11. New education & training business modelsOER university (OERu) Source:
    • 12. New education & training business modelsPeer 2 Peer University (P2PU) Source:
    • 13. Learners as Pro-sumers Consumer and producer of knowledge
    • 14. Multi-connected Multi-devicedImage: Too Connected on
    • 15. BYOD – Bring your own device Source: :
    • 16. BYOD Chatswood Public School – BYOD Policy are the key drivers? • widespread ownership of digital mobile devices • support active learning pedagogy • enhance and engage students
    • 17. Captured alive Live streaming Social Cam EportfoliosImage: The most expensive webcam of all times? on
    • 18. Digital Identity and privacyImage: Balance Image: Watching You Watching Me on Found on
    • 19. Open (digital) Badges Source:
    • 20. Educators are ‘content purveyors’ and ‘learning process relayers’Source:Lindsay & Davis (2013). Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds
    • 21. Learning Analytics Source: Image: All of us on 1 graph Found on
    • 22. Being a digital curator Pinterest Addictomatic RSS Diigo/Delicious iGoogle Tags/Tag cloudsThe Conversation Others?
    • 23. Creative Commons Source:
    • 24. Digital Sovereignty Digitally plundering other nation’s knowledge? If our information is in the Cloud, what laws impact it?Image: First Invasion of The Americas by Christopher Columbus, after Dioscoro Teofilo de la Puebla Tolin on
    • 25. Educators as ‘lead learners’Source:Steve Hargadon – Educator 2.0 –
    • 26. Personal Learning Networks (PLN)Image: Design your personal learning network by Joyce Seitzinger
    • 27. TPCK – Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Technological CONTEXT Pedagogical Pedagogical Content Content Knowledge Knowledge Content Pedagogical Knowledge Knowledge Technological TechnologicalTechnological Knowledge Content Pedagogical Knowledge Knowledge Source: Koehler & Mishra (2008), Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) for Educators
    • 28. Example (Context) Content Pedagogy TechnologyDesigning Learning in the • Global Education • Peer/Collective • Gdocs, Wikis,Digital Age Meta-trends (Tribe/Gang) learning BlackBoard Collaborate, Twitter, Eportfolio Group, EmailSA Dept of Education and • Australian Curriculum • Teaching for Effective • ICT General CapabilityChild Development Learning Framework in the Australian (TfEL) CurriculumFlat Classrooms • Framework for 21st • ISTE’s National • Skype, blogs, wikis,(Lindsay & Davis, 2012) Century Learning Educational video • ISTE’s National Technology Standards Educational for Teachers (NET-T) Technology Standards • Problem/Project- for Students (NET-S) based learning • Global CitizenshipLearning Technology by • Design of online- • Peer/Collective • VariousDesign for In-service Teacher courses, the design of (Tribe/Gang) learningEducation Program educational films, or • Problem/Project-(Koehler, 2011) the re-design of based learning existing web-sites For more info see:
    • 29. Integrating technology is more about challenging our current beliefs about pedagogy than using the technology Bartolowits (ND)
    • 30. Delivery models for designing learning in the digital age Individual Learning Plans Action/Project based learning Problem seeking & solving learning (Design thinking) Work-based/Situated learning Service learning Peer/Collective (Tribe/Gang) learning Professional Learning Communities /PLNs (Circles) Informal/Just-in-Time/Social /Self-organised learning Scenario-based learning Others?
    • 31. Want to know more -Register for
    • 32. Allison Miller 0400 732 270 Company website and blog: Register for eUpdates: Follow on: Twitter: Facebook: LinkedIn: