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N cyprus 25 27 sepetember2019

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My presentation on Engaging Students for Sustained Learning: A question for Sustainable Quality in Education at the Internationa Conference on Perspectives for Future Education 25 September 2019 Kyrenia, N Cyprus

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N cyprus 25 27 sepetember2019

  1. 1. Engaging Students for Sustained Learning: A Question for Sustainable Quality in Education Professor, Dr., Ebba Ossiannilsson Sweden
  2. 2. About Professor, Dr. Ebba Ossiannilsson • Independent consultant and researcher • Swedish Association for Distance Education • Swedish Organization for e-competence • Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Sweden • Open Education Europa Ambassador and Fellow • SIS, SIS/TK 304 Quality Management (validation of individual competenses) • International Quality Reviewer ICDE; EDATU • ICDE OER Advocacy Committee, Chair • ICDE Ambassador for the global advocacy of OER • ICDE QUALITY NETWORK • ICDE Executive Committee • EDEN, EC, EDEN SIG TEL QE, EDEN Fellow, EDEN Fellow council • ISO/TC 176, Quality Management and quality assurance • ISO Educational organizations -- Management systems for educational organizations -- Requirements with guidance for use, ISO 21001:2018 • ISO Future Concepts ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  3. 3. AGENDA Set the scene Sustained Learning Interaction/Cross-action Engagement Open Education and Social Justice Sustainable Quality in Education ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  4. 4. Set the scene ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  6. 6. Global changes Changing demographics, globalization and digitalization ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  9. 9. The 4th Industrial Revolution ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  10. 10. Why we need both science and humanities for a Fourth Industrial Revolution education The 4th Industrial Revolution has an impact on how we live, work, communicate, integrate and interact with others, the environment and society. Of course, it also changes the way we learn. ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  11. 11. The fourth Industrial Revolution requires the social revolution as well: SOCIAL EMOTIONAL COLLABORATIVE EMPHATIC IDENTITY JUST FOR ME JUST IN TIME PERSONAL/ COLLABORATIVE ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  18. 18. Sustained Learning • Students in the 21st century are continuously bombarded with the requirements of curriculum content, standards, and technological expectations that extend beyond what most of us were prepared to teach. Never before have there been so many questions about what is essential to learn, within such a short amount of time to teach it. Some students embrace the challenges presented to them, while others seem to lack a connection to the learning and become disengaged. Teachers are challenged to transform classroom experiences to enable ALL students to learn. ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  19. 19. WHATS THE ROLE OF EDUCATION • EDUCATION NEEDS TO AIM TO DO MORE THAN TO PREAPRE YOUNG PEOPLE FOR THE WORLD OF WORK. • IT NEEDS TO EQUIP STUDENTS WITH THE SKILLS TEHY NEED TO BECOME ACTIVE, RESPONSIBLE AND ENGAGED CITICENS Just for me, and just in time learning ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  20. 20. Active Learning to Enhance Retention ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  22. 22. Personal learning is like shopping at a grocery store. You need to assemble the ingredients yourself and create your own meals. It’s harder, but it’s a lot cheaper, and you can have an endless variety of meals. Sure, you might not get the best meals possible, but you control the experience, and you control the outcome. Personalized learning is like being served at a restaurant. Someone else selects the food and prepares it. There is some customization – you can tell the waiter how you want your meat cooked – but essentially everyone at the restaurant gets the same experience. ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  25. 25. Ferguson, R., Coughlan, T., Egelandsdal, K., Gaved, M., Herodotou, C., Hillaire, G., Jones, D., Jowers, I., Kukulska- Hulme, A., McAndrew, P., Misiejuk, K., Ness, I. J., Rienties, B., Scanlon, E., Sharples, M., Wasson, B., Weller, M. and Whitelock, D. (2019). Innovating Pedagogy 2019: Open University Innovation Report 7. Milton Keynes: The Open University. Themes Playful learning Learning with robots Decolonising learning Drone-based learning Learning through wonder Action learning Virtual studios Place-based learning Making thinking visible Roots of Empathy Themes from previous reports ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  26. 26. OPEN PEDAGOGY, (Hegarty, 2016) ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  28. 28. NEW TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS ARE NEEDED NEW PEDAGOGIES NEW SUBJECTS, DISCIPLINES, NEW CONTENTS NEW TOOLS EC, ANNUSCA FERRARI, 4 JUNE 2019 Photo by salvatore ventura on Unsplash ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  29. 29. Interaction/Crossaction • Students to teacher • Students to students • Students to materials • Student to cross actions (social media) ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  30. 30. Engagement ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  32. 32. How When What Whom Where Anytime Anywhow Just for me and just in time ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  33. 33. Open Education and Social Justice ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  34. 34. InamoratadosSantosetal,JRC,2016 ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  36. 36. Open Education an agent to support social justice Social inclusion refers to “the process of improving the terms for individuals and groups to take part in society ... It ensures that people have a voice in decisions which affect their lives and that they enjoy equal access to markets, services and political, social and physical spaces”. (Arinto, Hodgkinson- Williams, Trotter, 2017) ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  37. 37. Open education the BIG PICTURE Macro level Meso level Micro level Nano level Economic Cultural Political Affirmative/Transformative (JL4D Vol 5, No 3 (2018) > Hodgkinson- Williams) ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  38. 38. Sustainable Quality in Education ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  42. 42. • Multifaceted • Dynamic • Mainstreamed • Representative • Multifunctional Ossiannilsson, E., Williams, K., Camilleri, A., & Brown, M. (2015). Quality models in online and open education around the globe: State of the art and recommendations. Oslo: ICDE. ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  43. 43. LEARNERS Flexibility Interactivity Accessibility Personal Transparency Participation Presence Trust An overview of quality domains and dimensions in Open Online Flexible, and TEL OOFAT), and success factors from the learners’ perspectives (Ossiannilsson, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018; Ossiannilsson et al., 2015). MACRO, MESO, MICRO AND NANO LEVEL ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  44. 44. Considerations for quality assurance of e-learning provision - ENQA ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  46. 46. Contact North, Canada Impact of learning over time – on careers, on habits of lifelong learning, on community involvement and benefits. Engagement as one of the key drivers for quality. Innovative, flexible, effectively using technology for learning, teaching, analytics and assessment or engaging students with practical applications of the content. In re-thinking the approach to quality, we should ask ourselves The How? How do the students experience their learning The How? How do faculty experience their teaching? The What? Focus on outcomes in more depth. The So What? The Then What? … need to move to a much more experiential and outcome-based view of quality if it is to be the engine of transformation. ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  47. 47. It’s not about technology, it’s about people. ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
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  51. 51. Online training is not a simple matter of digitalising existing material and making it available online, but more fundamentally responding to the new opportunities and challenges made possible by digitalisation, and SHIFTING FROM DIGITAL LEARNING TOWARDS LEARNING IN A DIGITAL WORLD (EU commissionaire Ferrari , Brussels, June 2019) ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson
  52. 52. CARING IS SHARING, SHARING IS CARING My Footprints www.i4quality.se Ebba.Ossiannilsson@gmail.com info@i4qulity.se ISOPF2019_Kyrenia_CY_Ossiannilsson

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