Designing Learning in the              Digital Age             Global meta-trends impacting                       educatio...
Allison Miller                           Michael CoghlanVanguard Visions Consulting                 E-learning Consultant ...
Share what you … know or find• Go to tinyurl.com/9e4a5nk• Add info, links, slides etc• Review what others have contributed
Session Overview• What are the global meta-trends impacting  education?• Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow Education• Learners as ...
Image By Ping News – Released to Public: Massive Sandstorm from the Northwest African Desert (NASA) - http://www.flickr.co...
What are the globalmeta-trends impacting     education?
Global Meta-trends impacting Education1.  World of work is increasingly global and collaborative2.  Whenever, wherever lea...
Key Trends influencing (Higher) Education1. Abundance of info challenging our roles as educators2. More validation of life...
Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow Education
New education & training business modelsMassive Open Online Course (MOOC)           Source: youtube.com/watch?v=eW3gMGqcZQc
New education & training business modelsOER university (OERu)           Source: wikieducator.org/OER_university/About
New education & training business modelsPeer 2 Peer University (P2PU)                 Source: p2pu.org/en/
Learners as Pro-sumers Consumer and producer of knowledge
Multi-connected                                                        Multi-devicedImage: Too Connectedhttp://www.flickr....
BYOD – Bring your own device                                                                                       Source:...
BYOD           Chatswood Public School –           BYOD Policy                  bit.ly/ChatswoodPS-BYODPolicyWhat are the ...
Captured alive                                                                                   Live                     ...
Digital Identity and PrivacyImage: Balance                                         Image: Watching You Watching Mehttp://w...
Open (digital) Badges            Source: openbadges.org/en-US/about.html
Educators as ‘content   purveyors’ and ‘learning      process relayers’Source:Lindsay & Davis (2013). Flattening Classroom...
Learning Analytics                                                                                   Source: en.wikipedia....
Being a digital curator    Pinterest  Addictomatic   Pinboard.in     Scoop.it     Paper.ly       RSS Diigo/Delicious     i...
Creative Commons                                                              Source: creativecommons.org/aboutImage: http...
Digital Sovereignty                                                                                                      D...
Educators as ‘lead                   learners’Source:Steve Hargadon – Educator 2.0 – educator20.com
Personal Learning Networks (PLN)Image: Design your personal learning network by Joyce Seitzingerhttp://digitalhopscotch.co...
TPACK – Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge     Technological, P                                              ...
Example (Context)             Content                       Pedagogy                     TechnologyDesigning Learning in t...
Integrating technology is more about challenging our current beliefs about pedagogy than     using the technology         ...
Delivery models for designing learning in the digital age                             Individual Learning Plans           ...
What to know more?
Designing Learning in the Digital Age   Workshop & Webinar Program    Starts Melbourne – 13 March 2013    designinglearnin...
Follow Designing Learning:                    Facebook:           facebook.com/designinglearning                     Googl...
Allison Miller                                       Michael Coghlan          0400 732 270                                ...
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Education and training business models are changing around the world. These changes are requiring educators and educational leaders to re-think their approaches to learning and assessment to remain relevant and/or competitive.

This session will provide an overview of the global meta-trends impacting education and training, and highlight how they are effecting the way we should be designing learning in the digital age.

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  • Welcome to this session If you are going to be tweeting about this session please use the #DLDA hashtag
  • Introduce Allison & Michael
  • http://tinyurl.com/9e4a5nk A Google Doc where you can share information you have about these topics – based on January 2012 Meta-trends
  • What are the global and key trends impacting education
  • Key Trends in (higher) Education – though similar trends are emerging in other education & training sectors tooThe abundance of resources and relationships made easily accessible via the Internet is increasingly challenging us to revisit our roles as educators.Assessment and accreditation are changing to validate life-long learningBoth formal and informal learning experiences are becoming increasingly important as college graduates continue to face a highly competitive workforce.Education entrepreneurship is booming – students solving problems and creating new ideas/productsEducation paradigms are shifting to include online learning, hybrid learning, and collaborative models.Increasingly, students want to use their own technology for learning.Massively open online courses are proliferating.Open is a key trend in future education and publication, specifically in terms of open content, open educational resources, massively open online courses, and open access.Social media is changing the way people interact, present ideas and information, and judge the quality of content and contributions.There is an increasing interest in using data for personalizing the learning experience and for performance measures.NMC Horizon Project Short List2013 Higher Education Edition
  • GlobalisationPortfolio CareersInnovation, initiative, leadership
  • Are there any others – please share in the text chat
  • 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
  • For more info see: http://bit.ly/TPCK-GDoc
  • Originally based on the ten global meta-trends identified by the New Media Consortium, 2013 “Designing Learning in the Digital” participants will help identify the trends impacting education and training in Australia and its neighbouring region.Modelling a ‘flipped classroom’ approach, participants will be required to undertake some of their professional development prior to attending the workshop through videos, readings and forums. This will allow participants to use their time together to collectively design and develop disruptive and transformative learning experiences.  Three webinars following the workshop will enable participants to consolidate and extend what their face to face learning.Using creative and design thinking, participants will feel empowered to pitch and establish these new ideas within their own environments.  To enable an effective workshop environment, places are limited to 50 people.
  • DLDA Global Meta-trends Impacting Education & Training -130213

    1. 1. Designing Learning in the Digital Age Global meta-trends impacting education and training Allison Miller and Michael Coghlan #DLDAdesigninglearning.com.au
    2. 2. Allison Miller Michael CoghlanVanguard Visions Consulting E-learning Consultant designinglearning.com.au
    3. 3. Share what you … know or find• Go to tinyurl.com/9e4a5nk• Add info, links, slides etc• Review what others have contributed
    4. 4. Session Overview• What are the global meta-trends impacting education?• Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow Education• Learners as Pro-sumers• Educators are ‘content purveyors’ and ‘learning process relayers’• Educators as ‘lead learners’
    5. 5. Image By Ping News – Released to Public: Massive Sandstorm from the Northwest African Desert (NASA) - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pingnews/470812817/
    6. 6. What are the globalmeta-trends impacting education?
    7. 7. Global Meta-trends impacting Education1. World of work is increasingly global and collaborative2. Whenever, wherever learning - 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 (January, 2012) nmc.org/pdf/2012-Horizon-Project-Retreat-Communique.pdf
    8. 8. Key Trends influencing (Higher) Education1. Abundance of info challenging our roles as educators2. More validation of lifelong learning3. Formal/informal learning needed to face competitive workforce4. Education entrepreneurship is booming5. Shifting educational paradigms - online, hybrid and collaborative learning6. Students using their own technology for learning7. Massively open online courses (MOOCs) are proliferating8. Open content, educational resources, and open access9. Social media = connected /collaborative10. Data for personalizing learning and measurement Source: NMC Horizon Project Short List: 2013 Higher Education Edition (December, 2012) nmc.org/pdf/2013-horizon-higher-ed-shortlist.pdf
    9. 9. Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow Education
    10. 10. New education & training business modelsMassive Open Online Course (MOOC) Source: youtube.com/watch?v=eW3gMGqcZQc
    11. 11. New education & training business modelsOER university (OERu) Source: wikieducator.org/OER_university/About
    12. 12. New education & training business modelsPeer 2 Peer University (P2PU) Source: p2pu.org/en/
    13. 13. Learners as Pro-sumers Consumer and producer of knowledge
    14. 14. Multi-connected Multi-devicedImage: Too Connectedhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/16143699@N00/4504828599Found on flickrcc.net
    15. 15. BYOD – Bring your own device Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bring_your_own_deviceImage: : http://www.bishopoconnell.org/uploaded/Academics/smartphone-netbook-pad.jpg
    16. 16. BYOD Chatswood Public School – BYOD Policy bit.ly/ChatswoodPS-BYODPolicyWhat are the key drivers? • widespread ownership of digital mobile devices • support active learning pedagogy • enhance and engage students
    17. 17. Captured alive Live streaming Social Cam EportfoliosImage: The most expensive webcam of all times?http://www.flickr.com/photos/37803129@N00/199247527Found on flickrcc.net
    18. 18. Digital Identity and PrivacyImage: Balance Image: Watching You Watching Mehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/51035655291@N01/223966772 http://www.flickr.com/photos/99287245@N00/2925579115Found on flickrcc.net Found on flickrcc.net
    19. 19. Open (digital) Badges Source: openbadges.org/en-US/about.html
    20. 20. Educators as ‘content purveyors’ and ‘learning process relayers’Source:Lindsay & Davis (2013). Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds
    21. 21. Learning Analytics Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_analytics Image: All of us on 1 graph http://www.flickr.com/photos/38869431@N00/5548276728Image: http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2010/08/25/what-are-learning-analytics/ Found on flickrcc.net
    22. 22. Being a digital curator Pinterest Addictomatic Pinboard.in Scoop.it Paper.ly RSS Diigo/Delicious iGoogle Tags/Tag cloudsThe Conversation Others?
    23. 23. Creative Commons Source: creativecommons.org/aboutImage: http://lifehacker.com/creative-commons/
    24. 24. Digital Sovereignty Digitally plundering other nations’ 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 Tolinhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/9106303@N05/4003383301Found on flickrcc.net
    25. 25. Educators as ‘lead learners’Source:Steve Hargadon – Educator 2.0 – educator20.com
    26. 26. Personal Learning Networks (PLN)Image: Design your personal learning network by Joyce Seitzingerhttp://digitalhopscotch.com/?p=113
    27. 27. TPACK – Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge Technological, P CONTEXT Pedagogical edagogical and Content Content Knowledge Knowledge (TPACK) Content Pedagogical Knowledge Knowledge Technological Technological Technological Knowledge Content Pedagogical Knowledge Knowledge Source: Koehler & Mishra (2008), Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) for Educators
    28. 28. Example (Context) Content Pedagogy TechnologyDesigning Learning in the • Global Education • Flipped teaching • Gdocs, Wikis, VirtualDigital Age (DLDA) – Meta-trends • Peer/Collective Classroom, Twitter,(PD for transforming change • Facilitating disruptive (Tribe/Gang) learning Eportfolio Group, Emailin education and training) and transformative changeSA Dept of Education and • Australian Curriculum • Teaching for Effective • Interactive whiteboards,Child Development – • ICT General Capability Learning Framework personal devices, etc(Model for incorporating in the Australian (TfEL)technology when delivering CurriculumAustralian NationalCurriculum)Flat Classrooms • Framework for 21st • ISTE’s National • Skype, blogs, wikis,(Lindsay & Davis, 2012) – Century Learning Educational video(teaching programs to • ISTE’s National Technology Standardsincorporate global Educational for Teachers (NET-T)citizenship in schools) Technology Standards • Problem/Project- for Students (NET-S) based learning • Global CitizenshipLearning Technology by • Design of online- • Peer/Collective • VariousDesign – courses, the design of (Tribe/Gang) learning(for In-service Teacher educational films, or • Problem/Project-Education Program the re-design of based learning(Koehler, 2011)) existing web-sites For more info see: http://bit.ly/TPCK-GDoc
    29. 29. Integrating technology is more about challenging our current beliefs about pedagogy than using the technology Bartolowits (ND) http://edtech2.boisestate.edu/bartolowitsr/portfolio/504-synthesis-final.pdf
    30. 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? Miller, 2012
    31. 31. What to know more?
    32. 32. Designing Learning in the Digital Age Workshop & Webinar Program Starts Melbourne – 13 March 2013 designinglearning.com.au
    33. 33. Follow Designing Learning: Facebook: facebook.com/designinglearning Google+: bit.ly/Googleplus-designinglearning LinkedIn: bit.ly/LinkedIn-designinglearning Pinterest: pinterest.com/vanguardvisions/designing-learning Twitter: twitter.com/DesignnLearning designinglearning.com.au
    34. 34. Allison Miller Michael Coghlan 0400 732 270 michaelc@chariot.net.au allison@vanguardvisions.com.au michaelcoghlan.netvanguardvisionsconsulting.com.au

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