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Learning Design for Problem-Solving


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Jenni Hayman's presentation of her #PhD research at the 6th GO-GN Seminar in Cape Town, March 5th-6th, 2017.

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Learning Design for Problem-Solving

  1. 1. Learning Design for Problem-Solving March 6, 2017 Cape Town, South Africa Twitter @jennihayman #OEGlobal This presentation is licensed with a CC BY 4.0 Attribution only international license. You are free to: Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format. Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.
  2. 2. About me... Global Online Learning Designer
  3. 3. Research Questions – 4 Better or 4 Worse RQ 1: How does educator confidence related to OEP change after the intervention? RQ 2: How does learner confidence related to OEP and OER change after the intervention? RQ3: How do educators describe their experiences using OEP and OER in their teaching? RQ 4: How do learners described their experiences using OEP and OER for their learning?
  4. 4. pen Educational Practices ● (re)use and production of OER ● open-positive institutional policies ● innovative pedagogical models ● respect and empower learners as co-producers of knowledge (Ehlers, 2011)
  5. 5. pen Educational Resources ● teaching, learning or research materials ● public domain, or ● released with an intellectual property license that allows for ○ free use ○ adaptation, and ○ distribution (UNESCO, n.d.)
  6. 6. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  7. 7. Primary Problem Between 2008 and 2015 the Cape Honey Bee population was reduced by 40% due to an infestation of American Foulbrood Disease.
  8. 8. Primary Question What strategies do you recommend to support the recovery of the Cape Honey Bee over the next three to five years?
  9. 9. The Learning Design Count off using a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 model
  10. 10. Activity 1 Draw the bee Using whatever resource you have found so far for Cape Honey Bee Anatomy. Draw and label the basic important anatomical features of the bee. You can use small paper, or large paper on the walls to complete your drawing. Please photograph and share on the Shared Doc you prefer
  11. 11. Activity 2 Incorporate at least three of the plants you have found that are part of the Cape Honey Bee’s food chain and write a Haiku about them… Reminder, Basic Haiku is 5 syllables 7 syllables 5 syllables
  12. 12. Activity 3 Choreograph and film (or capture in some other way) the classic honey bee “waggle dance”
  13. 13. Activity 4 Develop a presentation, infographic, or other form of communication that describes American Foulbrood Disease, and preventative strategies that keep bees healthy.
  14. 14. Activity 5 – Most Important Task Develop an OER communication piece that lists several strategies that contribute to the recovery of the Cape Honey Bee population.
  15. 15. Troll me in stakeholder shoes Troll me as a learner, what don’t you like about this way of learning Troll me as an instructor, what don’t you like about designing and facilitating this module? Troll me as an administrator, what are you concerned about when you see instructors using these types of teaching and course design strategies? Any other trolls?
  16. 16. References: Ehlers, U.-D. (2011). Extending the territory: From open educational resources to open educational practices. Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning, 15(2), 1-10. Retrieved from United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). (n.d.). Open educational resources. Retrieved from knowledge/open-educational-resources/ Wikipedia. (n.d.). Cape Honey Bee. Retrieved from Wikipedia. (n.d.-a). Haiku in English. Retrieved from