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Ossiannilsson oeb18 how to create innovative learning spaces

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Presentation on Innovative Learning Spaces at OEB2018

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Ossiannilsson oeb18 how to create innovative learning spaces

  1. 1. OEB 2018 Pre-Conference Workshop M3 How to Create Innovative Learning Spaces Wednesday, Dec 5 Time 09:00 – 13:00 • Dr. Associate Professor • Ebba Ossiannilsson, Sweden • OEB Global Advisory Board • Swedish Association for Distance Education • ICDE OER Advocacy Committee, and ICDE Quality Network, Europe • EDEN EC, Fellow Council, SIG TEL QE • Open Education Europa Ambassador and Fellow
  2. 2. AGENDA 09:00 Welcome, and Icebreaking session 09:20 Introduction, and drivers 10:00 Coffee break and networking mingle 10:45 Workshop, best/next practise 12:30 Wrapping up, conclusions, and recommendations
  3. 3. In short, we will focus on how we can create and cultivate a true culture of innovative learning spaces at the micro, meso, and macro levels.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION INNOVATIVE LEARNING SPACES With the rapid advancements in economy, technology and society in general, that occurred in the last decades of the 20th Century, the demands on the educational system increased in a number of ways for the 21st century. Critical thinking, collaboration, innovation, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), digital literacy, adaptiveness, are some of the basic skills that students and citizens of today and of tomorrow are asked to possess in order not only to fill the industry demands but also to survive and function in society.
  5. 5. INNOVATIVE LEARNING SPACES Learning is ubiquitous, as it takes place in all means, at all time and everywhere. Learning today can take many forms, such as formal, informal and non-normal and take place anywhere and anytime. Whoever we are, wherever we live we are presented with opportunities to learn every day of our life. Humans are learning throughout life, as life is learning humans throughout.
  6. 6. Just for me, and just in time learning
  7. 7. The fourth Industrial Revolution requires the social revolution as well: SOCIAL EMOTIONAL COLLABORATIVE EMPHATIC IDENTITY JUST FOR ME JUST IN TIME PERSONAL/ COLLABORATIVE
  8. 8. INNOVATI VE LEARNIN G SPACES Space as a change agent? How can learning spaces change teaching approaches? Learners expectations Learners satisfaction, engagement, success Impact on motivation and outcome Leadership and management? Learning spaces of the next generation? Learning spaces and evolving pedagogical approaches? MICRO, MESO AND MACRO LEVEL
  9. 9. NMC2018NMC2018
  10. 10. Ferguson, R., Barzilai, S., Ben-Zvi, D., Chinn, C.A., Herodotou, C., Hod, Y., Kali, Y., Kukulska-Hulme, A., Kupermintz, H., McAndrew, P., Rienties, B., Sagy, O., Scanlon, E., Sharples, M., Weller, M., & Whitelock, D. (2017). Innovating Pedagogy 2017: Open University Innovation Report 6. Milton Keynes: The Open University, UK •Big-data inquiry: thinking with data •Learners making science •Navigating post-truth societies •Immersive learning •Learning with internal values •Student-led analytics •Intergroup empathy •Humanistic knowledge- building communities •Open Textbooks •Spaced Learning
  11. 11. INNOVATIVE LEARNING SPACES Space, whether physical or virtual, can have a significant impact on learning. Innovative learning spaces focuses on how learner expectations influence such spaces, the principles and activities that facilitate learning, and the role of technology from the perspective of those who created learning environments: academics, faculty, learning technologists, librarians, and administrators. Information technology has brought unique capabilities to learning spaces, whether stimulating greater interaction through the use of collaborative tools, videoconferencing with international experts, or opening virtual worlds for exploration. Together space, technology, and pedagogy empower learner success.
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. From Interaction to Crossaction - new designs for teaching and learning in a networked world Read more: https://www.isa- jahnke.com/news/from-interaction-to- crossaction/ Isa Jahnke (2015). Digital Didactical Designs - Teaching and Learning in CrossActionSpaces.New York & London: Routledge
  14. 14. InamoratadosSantosetal,JRC,2016
  15. 15. Learning, teaching and learning are integrally connected. Leadership can play a key role in improving learning outcomes of learners by setting strategic direction and goal, influencing teachers’ and facilitators’ behaviors and motivations, mobilizing resources and support for institutional development and keeping teachers/facilitators and learners focussed on teaching and learning through monitoring, support and guideance. Leadership Summit organised jointly with Open Education Consortium, hosted by the French Ministry for Higher Education and Research: The Open Education Leadership Summit 2018. 2 – 3 December in Paris, France.
  16. 16. OPEN PEDAGOGY, (Hegarty, 2016)
  17. 17. 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.
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  19. 19. INNOVATI VE LEARNIN G SPACES Space as a change agent? How can learning spaces change teaching approaches? Learners expectations Learners satisfaction, engagement, success Impact on motivation and outcome Leadership and management? Learning spaces of the next generation? Learning spaces and evolving pedagogical approaches? MICRO, MESO AND MACRO LEVEL
  20. 20. Roadmap ILS • Assets • People and community • Operations and sustainability • Benefits and value propositions What I can give What I want to recieve
  21. 21. https://padlet.com/ebba_ossiannil1/q9eryeooy1mz
  22. 22. CARING IS SHARING, SHARING IS CARING My Footprints www.i4quality.se Ebba.Ossiannilsson@gmail.com info@i4qulity.se

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