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OER18 workshop Sound of an Emerging Network, Bristol, 19 April, 2018

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Commentary and context for the workshop, along with the video of the session can be found here: https://www.lauraritchie.com/2018/04/20/oer18-reflections/

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OER18 workshop Sound of an Emerging Network, Bristol, 19 April, 2018

  1. 1. Sound of an Emerging Network OER18 Image by Alan Levine CC-0@laura_ritchie Prof Laura Ritchie, April Bowen, Elise Jones, Sylwia Zjawiona University of Chichester
  2. 2. Goals & Learning Image CC BY by Newtown Grafitti
  3. 3. Planning your teaching learning LIFE. Name the focus: 1. Define 2. Describe 3. Show a context – relationships to & qualities of the focus 4. Examples - Demonstrate Image CC BY-NC by Michael Dales
  4. 4. Next steps in planning: Decide on an project focus 1. What is the order of events? 2. Plan for logical, clear instructions 3. Check-points for student understanding 4. What are the deliverables? (what do you expect everyone to do?) Image CC BY-NC by Michael Dales
  5. 5. Hierarchy of goals Using the tree-map: • Incremental goals lead to the long term goal • Combats perceived imbalance of skill & challenge • Creating goals can be a mutual process • initially: teacher suggests, and student develops • Soon: student suggests, and ALL develop • Regular feedback helps the student notice • Achievement/progression +/- comments from ALL Image CC BY by Caroline
  6. 6. Why Music? Image CC-BY by Zoe Shuttleworth
  7. 7. Understanding through stories & experience • Musical expression is not concrete • Children (and adults) can understand and grasp abstraction Stories, imagery, and metaphor are useful teaching tools and help us connect Image CC BY-NC by Duncan Rawlinson- Dunc…
  8. 8. Let’s play
  9. 9. The tools:
  10. 10. The Task: Make your own • Create your own song – You can use the tools provided – Use the chords – Use the structure – Use each other (This is when you become the network) Image by April Bowen (used with permission)
  11. 11. 1. How does skill development prepare for on-going open learning? 2. What risks/benefits are there to teachers/students by opening learning experiences and processes? 3. Has experiencing learning perspective changed your outlook as a teacher/designer of education/learning materials? 4. How can you translate this experience to working with other media, for example online interactions? Reflection time: Image by Alan Levine CC-0
  12. 12. Prof Laura Ritchie April Bowen Elise Jones Sylwia Zjawiona @laura_ritchie “When they were gonna play their last song ‘sunshine’ it was beautiful and Made me feel like I was in a field of daisies. I was sad it had to end, but it did. I was sad then we went back to the classroom. I wish this day never ended.”

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