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Presentation EADL influence new technology learning

  1. 1. Influence newtechnology on learningWilfred Rubenshttp://www.wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.slideshare.net/wrubens
  2. 2. We shape our tools andafterwards our tools shape us (Marshall Mcluhan)
  3. 3. Foto: Pasukaru76
  4. 4. Foto: Michael JastremskiFoto: Pasukaru76
  5. 5. Foto: Michael JastremskiFoto: Pasukaru76
  6. 6. Foto: Michael JastremskiFoto: Pasukaru76
  7. 7. Foto: MadPole
  8. 8. Daily divide (Wiley & Hilton II, 2009)New technology is used in daily life, but not for learning Photo: WillyBerger_be
  9. 9. Integration of technology,pedagogy, content within your context (TPACK)
  10. 10. Five examples
  11. 11. 1. E-reader Making notes, bookmarks, highlights Sharing highlights
  12. 12. Single function Battery ++ Reading in the sun Better reading than laptops Transportable Multi functional Battery + Better reading than laptops Integration video Transportable,heavier than e-reader
  13. 13. Single function Battery ++ Reading in the sun Better reading than laptops Transportable Lack of standards Multi functional Battery + Better reading than laptops Integration video Transportable,heavier than e-reader
  14. 14. Please...Do not usean iPad justfor reading
  15. 15. 2. Wiki
  16. 16. Bron: http://www.wikinomics.com/blog/index.php/2008/03/26/wiki-collaboration-leads-to-happiness/
  17. 17. More productive than e-mailBron: http://www.wikinomics.com/blog/index.php/2008/03/26/wiki-collaboration-leads-to-happiness/
  18. 18. How to use Collaborative writing (history of versions) Brainstorm Collecting resources (internet) Improve each other’s mistakes
  19. 19. 3. Online video Dutta, S. & Mia, I. (2011). The Global Information Technology Report 2010–2011. WEF
  20. 20. Online video and learningMuch more accessable:- Broad band (depends per country)- Publication platforms like YouTube- Handheld camera’s
  21. 21. Online video and learningMuch more accessable:- Broad band (depends per country)- Publication platforms like YouTube- Handheld camera’s
  22. 22. How to use in learning? Activate prior knowledge (watching video as start) Presentations (illustrations, concretizations, instructions, etc) Practise and create (interview, documentary) Communication (webconference) Reflection and feedback Assessment (to show how competent you are)Alons, F. (2008). Educatieve videotoepassingen in het voortgezet onderwijs
  23. 23. 4. Weblogs Bron: http://bpvblog.vandemerwe.nl/ Zie ook: http://socbpv.blogspot.com/
  24. 24. Weblogs and learning Read and summarize Conversations Sharing information, experiences Online thinking, deep learning Reflecting on subjects
  25. 25. Weblogs and learning Ownerschip stimulates participation More engagement
  26. 26. 5. Twitter as a learning tool
  27. 27. Easy to use Alert Asking and answering questions Profiding and getting helpFrom ‘need to know’ to ‘need to share’ (L. Suarez) To the point formulation Non-task related communication (motivating) Digital notes (sharing) Impressions conferences (hash tags #)
  28. 28. Connections with some theories about learning
  29. 29. See: http://www.psych.rochester.edu/SDT/
  30. 30. Social media appeal on relatedness and autonomySee: http://www.psych.rochester.edu/SDT/
  31. 31. A lot of what people learn, has been learned informally
  32. 32. A lot of what people learn, has been learned informallyEffective learning implies an active role of the student in the learning process
  33. 33. A lot of what people learn, has been learned informallyEffective learning implies an active role of the student in the learning processNew technologies are used for self-organized learning
  34. 34. A lot of what people learn, has been learned informallyEffective learning implies an active role of the student in the learning process New technologies are used for self-organized learningAffordances of new technologies (simplicity, autonomy,relatedness, interactive, co-creative) match witheffective and informal learning
  35. 35. Challenge for organizations for distance learning
  36. 36. Challenge for organizations for distance learningEnhance formal learning with informal learning
  37. 37. Challenge for organizations for distance learningEnhance formal learning with informal learning Integrate new technologies in your curricula fundamentally (no nice to have), permissiveness is the factor of failure
  38. 38. FreeInstructions courses Personal tools and Topics F2F organisational workshops tools
  39. 39. Vragen? wilfred@wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.wilfredrubens.com http://www.slideshare.net/ wrubens

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