Change Your Course - Social Learning


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  • 1. Immediate value: activities and interactions> What happened and what was my eperience of it?2. Potential value: Knowledge capital> The potential of (new) formed knowledge capital in terms of eg. new connections (social capital), new gained resources.3. Applied value: Changes in practice> What difference did the participation in a community made to the employees practice. Did they changed the way they do their work?4. Realized value: Performance improvement> Did the changes in practice lead to actual improvement of performance?5. Reframing value: Redefining success> Did social learning contribute to a redefinition of strategies, goals or values? This can be applied on individual, collective and organizational levels.
  • Combinatie van verschillende vormen van leren waarin de lerende zijn eigen leerproces bepaalt. @Erik
  • An electronic portfolio or ePortfolio is a generic term encompassing as wide a range of types and products as there are reasons for using them. The simplest starting point is to consider an ePortfolio as an extension of the paper based-portfolio, bringing with it the obvious benefit of making a portfolio of evidence portable and shareable anywhere that you have Internet access – "the new generation of the three ring binder" JISC My World Project Final Report, Roberts. 2006In fact, an ePortfolio has a much broader scope as an online collection of reflections and digital Artefacts (such as documents, images, blogs, resumés, multimedia, hyperlinks and contact information). Learners and staff can use an ePortfolio to demonstrate their learning, skills and development and record their achievements over time to a selected audience.There are sound applications for the learner, the teacher, the institution – and sometimes combinations of the three. A teacher and learner for example can be one and the same person, with differing requirements from the same ePortfolio. It can be used to create collections of artefacts to share with fellow students, peers, family and friends, to present to potential employers and to complement applications for research funding. In short, it is an online space from which to manage your life, learning and goalsAn ePortfolio is an ideal tool for meeting the needs of established and emerging pedagogy and approaches to learning.Reflective learning is "..a form of mental processing that we use to fulfil a purpose or to achieve some anticipated outcome. It is applied to gain a better understanding of relatively complicated or unstructured ideas" HE Academy Guides for busy academics, no 4, Moon 2005An ePorfolio allows for building in reflective activities for learners and staff, through blog functions and the creation of 'Critical incident diaries' in which users reflect on their learning and experiences over a given period or activity. For example, this could be reflections on how a student dealt with a problem, or processed some new information on a given topic. This can become a two way process with a tutor or peer providing feedback via the same diary.It works as a user-centred, personalised learning space allowing the user to shape the way they present themselves to the world. Content and layout can be personalised to create multiple Views which meet the specific, differing or changing requirements of the user. This ties in with one of the key tenets of personalised learning, that students become key partners in the design of learning to suit their needs."Personalising learning involves thinking about knowledge as an active process. Students get to be informed, active participants in their own learning, they contribute to decisions about what learning can work best for them, and they have a much better understanding of how they are progressing."Minister of Education, NZ, 2007.
  • Change Your Course - Social Learning

    1. 1. Tuesday 21 June 2011<br />Sociaal leren faciliteren<br />Change your Course<br />21 juni 2011<br />Job Bilsen en Luuk Terbeek<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br />
    3. 3. Wat is leren?<br />Formeelvs.Informeel<br />
    4. 4. Wanneerleren?<br />
    5. 5. Waarmeeleren?<br />Nieuwe technologie veel gebruikt <br />in dagelijks leven, <br />nog weinig in leren…<br />(Daily Divide| Wiley & Hilton II, 2009)<br />
    6. 6. Leren in organisaties<br /><ul><li>Overleven in nieuwe omstandigheden(Davenport & Prusak, 1998).
    7. 7. Eigen verantwoordelijkheid
    8. 8. Nieuwe generatie(Crocetti, 2001) (Senge, 1991) (Simons, 2001).
    9. 9. Leren op de werkplek & in Social Communities</li></ul>Informal Training: A Review of Existing Data, (Loewenstein and Spletzer, 1994)<br />
    10. 10. Scharrel<br />Foie Gras<br />
    11. 11. Social Learing Tools<br />Weapon of massdistraction?<br />
    12. 12. Teaching Paradox<br />
    13. 13. Het nieuweleren?<br /><ul><li>Eigen verantwoordelijkheid nemen
    14. 14. Alternatieve wijze van beoordelen
    15. 15. “Nieuwe” onderwijsvormen</li></li></ul><li>Eennieuwegeneratie?<br />
    16. 16. Social Learning?<br />Onderschrift [Font: Georgia. Lettergrootte:9. Kleur: groen (R: 118 G:192 B:68)] Afbeeldingen hebben een lichte outline en een schaduw.<br />
    17. 17. Voordelen van Social Learning<br />Directewaarde: activities and interactions<br />Potentiëlewaarde: Knowledge capital<br />Toegepastewaarde: verandering in praktijk<br />Gerealiseerdewaarde: Performance improvement<br />Herbepalingwaarde: Redefining success<br />
    18. 18. Duswaarombeginnen?<br />Maatschappij<br /><ul><li>Web 2.0, tools
    19. 19. Versnelling kennis</li></ul>Organisatie<br /><ul><li>HNW, taak- naar doelgericht, innovatie
    20. 20. Kosten besparen, LEAN learning, Time-to-market
    21. 21. Borging kennis </li></ul>Research<br /><ul><li>Retentie, transfer kennis
    22. 22. Waarde informeel leren/kennis </li></li></ul><li>
    23. 23. Proces, Tools,Voorbeelden en Randvoorwaarden<br />
    24. 24. Corporate learning academy solutions- Class<br />
    25. 25. Corporate learning academy solutions- Class<br />
    26. 26. Moodle in Vogelvlucht<br /><ul><li>Meest gebruikte opensource Leer Manangement Systeem ter wereld
    27. 27. 40 mln gebruikers, 200 landen, 80 talen
    28. 28. Gebouwd vanuit onderwijs & soc. Constructivistisch gedachte goed
    29. 29. opleidingenportal (overzicht, uitnodigingen, vastleggen toetsuitslagen)
    30. 30. toegang tot e-elarningmodules (zelf ontwikkeld of ingekocht)
    31. 31. monitoring deelnemers (voortgang en resultaten)
    32. 32. leeromgeving deelnemers (vele vormen voor het delen van kennis)
    33. 33. gebruikersbeheer (individuele rechten, groepen, rollen, profielen)
    34. 34. managementrapportages (diverse rapportage voor diverse rollen)
    35. 35. …en nog veel meer functies voorbereid voor toekomstig gebruik</li></li></ul><li>Moodle functionaliteiten <br />Learning Management <br />Opstarten cursus <br />Opdrachten uploaden<br />Downloaden cursusmateriaal<br />Rapportage <br />Voortgang<br />Resultaten<br />Cursus updates: <br />Kalender <br />Aankomende activiteiten <br />Laatste cursusnieuws<br />Recente wijzigingen <br />Kennisontsluiting:<br />(incl. zoekmogelijkheden)<br />Wiki’s<br />Rss feeds<br />Hyperlinks<br />Woordenlijsten<br />Communicatie: (incl. zoekmogelijkheden)<br />Faq forum <br />Kennisdeling forum<br />Discussie forum<br />Chat (instant messaging)<br />Blog<br />Inzicht online deelnemers <br />Personalisering: <br />Dagboek<br />Profiel tags<br />
    36. 36. Moodle (2.0) & Het Nieuwe Leren – Moodle en (levels van) didactiek<br />
    37. 37. Moodle voorbeeld cursus<br />
    38. 38. Moodle voorbeelden <br />
    39. 39. Nederlandstalige Moodle vereniging Ned-Moove<br />
    40. 40. Moodle 2.0 (Opensource Leermanagement System)<br />Moodle 2.0 functionaliteiten gericht op Social Learning:<br /><ul><li>My home (dashboard)
    41. 41. Forums
    42. 42. Online users
    43. 43. Messages
    44. 44. Comments
    45. 45. Groepen
    46. 46. Wiki’s
    47. 47. Workshop module
    48. 48. Repository plugin tbv. Bv. Mahara, Youtube, Flickr etc.</li></li></ul><li>Mahara - opensource e-portfolio system<br />
    49. 49. Mahara - opensource e-portfolio system<br />
    50. 50. Mahara - opensource e-portfolio system<br />
    51. 51. Mahara (E-Portfolio)<br />Mahara functionaliteiten gericht op Social Learning:<br /><ul><li>My portfolio (opgebouwd uit Views)
    52. 52. Watchlist
    53. 53. Feedback
    54. 54. Blogs
    55. 55. Groups
    56. 56. Forums
    57. 57. Friends</li></li></ul><li>Implementeren van een social learning platform Instructional Design<br />Fase 1 Analyse<br />1. Welke kennis wil ik overbrengen?<br />2. Wie zijn mijn lerenden en waaruit bestaat hun context?<br />3. Wat zijn de taken die door mijn lerenden (moeten) worden verricht?<br />4. Wat zijn mijn leerdoelen?<br />Fase 2 Ontwerp<br />5. Welke volgorde is het meest geschikt om de kennis aan mijn lerenden aan te bieden?<br />6. Welke strategie is het meest geschikt om de kennis op mijn lerenden over te brengen?<br />7. Welke boodschap is meest gechikt om de kennis op mijn lerenden over te brengen?<br />Fase 3 Ontwikkeling<br />8. Ontwikkelen van de cursus<br />Fase 4 Implementatie<br />9. Implementeren van de cursus (en Moodle)<br />Fase 5 Evaluatie<br />10. Evalueren van de cursus (en Moodle) – <br /> bv. survey<br />Bron: Designingeffectiveinstruction, G. Morrison<br />Bron:<br />
    58. 58. Dusallesbijelkaar: <br />
    59. 59. Ontwerpprincipes<br />2. Beloon participatie<br />5 <br />1. Benoem abassadeurs<br />3. Intuïtieve interfaces<br />5. Ontwikkel snel en vaak<br />4. Take the road most travelled<br />
    60. 60. Game Layers<br />1. Progression<br />3. Influence & Status<br />2. Appointments<br />4. Communal Discovery<br />
    61. 61. Concepten: Moodle & Gamification<br />
    62. 62. Wrap Up<br />
    63. 63. Vragen en contact info<br />@bilsen<br />@luuk_terbeek<br /><br /><br />