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H818 OU Conference presentation

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A presentation on how I used Trello to create an alternative mini-MOOC for Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
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H818 OU Conference presentation

  1. 1. Theme: Implementation Presenter: Annette Hendley This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND Jekyll and Hyde: An alternative mini-MOOC curated on Trello.
  2. 2. Free resources are rubbish and useless
  3. 3. Project introduction Background and Inspiration: Special needs GCSE and A –level students. ‘ lack of proper information on how to search for relevant information’ (Athabasca University et al., 2000) Lack off skills to find ‘fit for purpose’ (Kawachi, 2014) resources.
  4. 4. Background and inspiration Literature evaluation benefits from multiple perspectives. (Savonick, 2018) Collaboration, communication and problem solving – key skills for 21st century (Lombardi, 2007; Johnson et al., 2015; Brown, 2008) Robin De Rosa (2017) – ‘deeply flawed’ work.
  5. 5. Jekyll and Hyde Set text for GCSE. The powerful theme of duality is still relevant (Rankin, 2010) Online resources: BBC Bitesize Individual schools and universities Shmoop
  6. 6. Screenshot Shmoop
  7. 7. Why Trello PLATFORM TO SHARE ADAPTABLE RESOURCES MARTIN K (2018) AND MOON (2018) BLOG ON TRELLO AS AN EDUCATIONAL SPACE. PLATFORM TO COLLABORATE AND SHARE MINI-MOOC RESISTANCE FROM SCHOOL
  8. 8. Trello explained Board for topics –example GCSE English literature revision
  9. 9. Trello explained Each text has its own list.
  10. 10. Trello explained: Each chapter has its own card.
  11. 11. Trello explained Click on chapter card to reveal all the resources
  12. 12. Resources on Trello PowerPoint Word Essential to be adaptable
  13. 13. Why an alternative mini – MOOC MOOC STRUCTURE IS EFFECTIVE PROBLEMS WITH VIDEO ‘TALKING HEADS’ (WELLER, 2018) ‘DEEP LEARNING’ (RICHARDSON, 2005)
  14. 14. MOOC question types Mainly multiple choice 1 Complex questions to ‘tinker with’ (Brown, 2008) 2 Provided scaffolding to answers rather than definite answers. 3
  15. 15. Example of a scaffolding question
  16. 16. Dissemination Twitter Facebook Scoop.it Robin DeRosa Tes
  17. 17. Dissemination continues On the ‘periphery’ (Lave, 1991) in most networks. 1 Takes time to build a network and become a member. 2 Promote collaboration to the school as an essential skill for the 21st century. 3
  18. 18. Trello Board, Contact and References • Contact: @pearlgypsy • A link to the mini-MOOC and all references are available on Cloudworks. • Thank you to Daleen and Garreth for pictures and recordings.

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