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  1. 1. Photo by Eiliv-Sonas Aceron on unsplash.com In the mix: A Critical Exploration of Blended Learning Steve Wheeler @SteveWheeler
  2. 2. What’s in the blend? Photo by Andreas Palmer on unsplash.com
  3. 3. Photo by Paul Boxley on Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/paulboxley/1216329938 1983: Flexible, Open Learning
  4. 4. Image source: http://www.masterlink.com/blog “This is for everyone”1989: “This is for everyone”
  5. 5. 1995: University of the Second Chance Photo by The Open University
  6. 6. Face to Face Distance Traditional Contemporary Synchronous Asynchronous Teacher led Learner led Analogue Digital Tethered Mobile Local Remote Individual Collaborative Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
  7. 7. Photo by Steve Wheeler
  8. 8. Photo by Steve Wheeler
  9. 9. Photo by Steve Wheeler Mobile Culture
  10. 10. Students taking notes Photo: Lori Cullen
  11. 11. Digital Cultural Capital Image source: Pixabay “Where digital communication has fractured the tyranny of distance, and computers have become pervasive and ubiquitous, identification through digital mediation has become the new cultural capital”. Wheeler (2009) Membership of ‘the Tribe’’ Digital Cultural Capital
  12. 12. Social Media gives everyone a voice in the community Source: http://www.uksmallbusinesswebsites.co.uk
  13. 13. Learning 2.0 Tools Collaborating Sharing Voting Networking User generated content The architecture of participation Tagging Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
  14. 14. We are familyhttp://pro.corbis.com
  15. 15. Wii are family! http://wiifitnessdepot.com
  16. 16. Learning by Listening Instructionism Wheeler, S. (2015) adapted from Brown, M. (2015) Learning by Doing Constructivism Learning by Making Constructionism Learning by Sharing Connectivism
  17. 17. Learning by listening Photo by George Serdechny on Wikimedia Commons
  18. 18. Personal windows on the world Photo by Steve Wheeler
  19. 19. Learning by doing (Piaget, 1950) Photo by Steve Wheeler
  20. 20. Learning by solving problems https://www.flickr.com/photos/76966777@N07/10580002834/
  21. 21. Learning by making (Papert, 1960) Photo by Steve Wheeler
  22. 22. Teacher led or student led? Photo by Miguel Henriques on Unsplash.com
  23. 23. Learning is in the strugglePhoto by Olga Guryanova on Unsplash.com
  24. 24. Un able Questions
  25. 25. Beyond my reach What I can learn with help (ZPD) ZPD and scaffolding What I can learn on my own Technology and toolsKnowledgeable others Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
  26. 26. Julius Yego – Gold Medal, Javelin (World Championships, 2015) Image source: Wikimedia Commons
  27. 27. Today’s learners are... • more self-directed • better equipped to capture information • more reliant on feedback from peers • more inclined to collaborate • more oriented toward being their own “nodes of production”. Education Trends | Featured News John K. Waters—13 December 2011 http://coolshots.blogspot.com/2007_02_01_archive.html
  28. 28. Paragogy See: Corneli, J. (2012) Paragogical Praxis, E-Learning and Digital Media, 9(3), 267-272 Paragogy reflects a critical study of the practice of peer-learning. Paragogy addresses the challenge of peer-production a useful and supportive context for self-directed learning, based on connections between peers in the digital era. Photo by Alexis Brown: https://unsplash.com/photos/omeaHbEFlN4
  29. 29. Flipping the classroom?
  30. 30. See: http://www.steve-wheeler.co.uk/2014/03/flipping-teacher.html Graphic by Max Brown
  31. 31. http://campussolutionsinc.com/tag/reach-college-students/ Learning by teaching
  32. 32. Self organised learning For successful self organised learning the essential components are: • Communication • Reflection • Collaboration • Community • Creative Tools • Amplification
  33. 33. Self Organising Learning Environments Photo by William Murphy: http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-3146778883
  34. 34. RhizomesDeleuze & Guattari (1980) Anarchy of the Web The nomadic nature of knowledge and identity
  35. 35. “...multiple, non- hierarchical entry and exit points in data representation and interpretation.” - Cormier (2010) Rhizomatic learning http://archbold-station.org
  36. 36. http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8227/8397808475_d7554a5c62_z.jpg C X Massive Open Online Courses Embedded MOOCs (Supplemental or Self- Blended Learning)
  37. 37. "I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.” Woodrow Wilson
  38. 38. http://bradley.chattablogs.com “ ‘I store my knowledge in my friends’ …is an axiom for collecting knowledge… through collecting people”. - Karen Stephenson Connectivism Paragogy Heutagogy
  39. 39. Crowdsourcing Learning: Building a PLNPhoto by Steve Wheeler
  40. 40. “This is not the wisdom of the crowd, but the wisdom of someone in the crowd. It’s not that the network itself is smart; it’s that the individuals get smarter because they’re connected to the network.” – Steven Johnson http://xdem.free.fr/uploaded_images/ParisInRiots_Gonzales-741204.jpg
  41. 41. Connected Pedagogy
  42. 42. Thank you W: steve-wheeler.net E: steve@steve-wheeler.net B: steve-wheeler.co.uk T: @SteveWheeler Photo by Steve Wheeler

Editor's Notes

  • Technology changes our relationship with knowledge.
  • We store our knowledge with our friends – connectivism – is our new ethos for learning while membership of the tribe becomes the new cultural capital.
  • Here a traditional lecture hall is transformed into a more interactive learning environment because students can ‘dril down’ into content and communicate in new ways – technology provides personal windows on the world.
  • The old cognitive constructivist approach was for personalise, solo enquiry – private study and investigation (research)
  • New learners create their own environments, content and opportunities.
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    In the mix a critical exploration of blended learning by steve wheeler

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    1. 1. Photo by Eiliv-Sonas Aceron on unsplash.com In the mix: A Critical Exploration of Blended Learning Steve Wheeler @SteveWheeler
    2. 2. What’s in the blend? Photo by Andreas Palmer on unsplash.com
    3. 3. Photo by Paul Boxley on Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/paulboxley/1216329938 1983: Flexible, Open Learning
    4. 4. Image source: http://www.masterlink.com/blog “This is for everyone”1989: “This is for everyone”
    5. 5. 1995: University of the Second Chance Photo by The Open University
    6. 6. Face to Face Distance Traditional Contemporary Synchronous Asynchronous Teacher led Learner led Analogue Digital Tethered Mobile Local Remote Individual Collaborative Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
    7. 7. Photo by Steve Wheeler
    8. 8. Photo by Steve Wheeler
    9. 9. Photo by Steve Wheeler Mobile Culture
    10. 10. Students taking notes Photo: Lori Cullen
    11. 11. Digital Cultural Capital Image source: Pixabay “Where digital communication has fractured the tyranny of distance, and computers have become pervasive and ubiquitous, identification through digital mediation has become the new cultural capital”. Wheeler (2009) Membership of ‘the Tribe’’ Digital Cultural Capital
    12. 12. Social Media gives everyone a voice in the community Source: http://www.uksmallbusinesswebsites.co.uk
    13. 13. Learning 2.0 Tools Collaborating Sharing Voting Networking User generated content The architecture of participation Tagging Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
    14. 14. We are familyhttp://pro.corbis.com
    15. 15. Wii are family! http://wiifitnessdepot.com
    16. 16. Learning by Listening Instructionism Wheeler, S. (2015) adapted from Brown, M. (2015) Learning by Doing Constructivism Learning by Making Constructionism Learning by Sharing Connectivism
    17. 17. Learning by listening Photo by George Serdechny on Wikimedia Commons
    18. 18. Personal windows on the world Photo by Steve Wheeler
    19. 19. Learning by doing (Piaget, 1950) Photo by Steve Wheeler
    20. 20. Learning by solving problems https://www.flickr.com/photos/76966777@N07/10580002834/
    21. 21. Learning by making (Papert, 1960) Photo by Steve Wheeler
    22. 22. Teacher led or student led? Photo by Miguel Henriques on Unsplash.com
    23. 23. Learning is in the strugglePhoto by Olga Guryanova on Unsplash.com
    24. 24. Un able Questions
    25. 25. Beyond my reach What I can learn with help (ZPD) ZPD and scaffolding What I can learn on my own Technology and toolsKnowledgeable others Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
    26. 26. Julius Yego – Gold Medal, Javelin (World Championships, 2015) Image source: Wikimedia Commons
    27. 27. Today’s learners are... • more self-directed • better equipped to capture information • more reliant on feedback from peers • more inclined to collaborate • more oriented toward being their own “nodes of production”. Education Trends | Featured News John K. Waters—13 December 2011 http://coolshots.blogspot.com/2007_02_01_archive.html
    28. 28. Paragogy See: Corneli, J. (2012) Paragogical Praxis, E-Learning and Digital Media, 9(3), 267-272 Paragogy reflects a critical study of the practice of peer-learning. Paragogy addresses the challenge of peer-production a useful and supportive context for self-directed learning, based on connections between peers in the digital era. Photo by Alexis Brown: https://unsplash.com/photos/omeaHbEFlN4
    29. 29. Flipping the classroom?
    30. 30. See: http://www.steve-wheeler.co.uk/2014/03/flipping-teacher.html Graphic by Max Brown
    31. 31. http://campussolutionsinc.com/tag/reach-college-students/ Learning by teaching
    32. 32. Self organised learning For successful self organised learning the essential components are: • Communication • Reflection • Collaboration • Community • Creative Tools • Amplification
    33. 33. Self Organising Learning Environments Photo by William Murphy: http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-3146778883
    34. 34. RhizomesDeleuze & Guattari (1980) Anarchy of the Web The nomadic nature of knowledge and identity
    35. 35. “...multiple, non- hierarchical entry and exit points in data representation and interpretation.” - Cormier (2010) Rhizomatic learning http://archbold-station.org
    36. 36. http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8227/8397808475_d7554a5c62_z.jpg C X Massive Open Online Courses Embedded MOOCs (Supplemental or Self- Blended Learning)
    37. 37. "I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.” Woodrow Wilson
    38. 38. http://bradley.chattablogs.com “ ‘I store my knowledge in my friends’ …is an axiom for collecting knowledge… through collecting people”. - Karen Stephenson Connectivism Paragogy Heutagogy
    39. 39. Crowdsourcing Learning: Building a PLNPhoto by Steve Wheeler
    40. 40. “This is not the wisdom of the crowd, but the wisdom of someone in the crowd. It’s not that the network itself is smart; it’s that the individuals get smarter because they’re connected to the network.” – Steven Johnson http://xdem.free.fr/uploaded_images/ParisInRiots_Gonzales-741204.jpg
    41. 41. Connected Pedagogy
    42. 42. Thank you W: steve-wheeler.net E: steve@steve-wheeler.net B: steve-wheeler.co.uk T: @SteveWheeler Photo by Steve Wheeler

    Editor's Notes

  • Technology changes our relationship with knowledge.
  • We store our knowledge with our friends – connectivism – is our new ethos for learning while membership of the tribe becomes the new cultural capital.
  • Here a traditional lecture hall is transformed into a more interactive learning environment because students can ‘dril down’ into content and communicate in new ways – technology provides personal windows on the world.
  • The old cognitive constructivist approach was for personalise, solo enquiry – private study and investigation (research)
  • New learners create their own environments, content and opportunities.
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