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  • Digital litercy skills??
  • Learn from myself and from others - systematically Seeking of new aspects, methods to improve own practises and own learning  Benchlearning vastavuoroista, internal and externat näkökulmat käytössä Yhteiset arviointikohteet / avaintekijät helpottavat oppimista vertaisten kanssa - ei ole satunnaista – perustuu dialogiin, toisen osaamisen arvostamiseen ja toisen osapuolen kuuntelemiseen
  • Avoin vuorovaikutus toisten kanssa – luottamus Vaihtuvat roolit : Arvioitsijana ja arvioitavana oleminen auttaa näkemään 'toisen' kannalta Ei ole paremmuuteen asettamista tai asioiden selvittämistä ilman parantamista. Se on 'erityisen hyvän' tunnistamista ja sen ymmärtämistä, miten se on saavutettu Menestyksellisen toiminnan soveltamista omassa kontekstissa Parhaiksi todettujen toimintatapojen hyödyntäminen ja seuranta
  • Al tpresentation

    1. 1. Adult students as peer learnersLeena Vainio, Research DirectorHAMK Centre11.9.2012ALT 2012 A confrontation with reality
    2. 2. HAMK University of Applied Sciences Education – Research - Development
    3. 3. HAMK in Finland and in EuropeSituated centrally in the greater Helsinki metropolitan area of southern Finland at 7 locations
    4. 4. Competencies Teaching and learningPedagogy Technology
    5. 5. Content• Is peer learning for adults the way to achieve better outcomes?• Formal learning is not enough any more• Digital literacy skills demand new ways of learning and teaching
    6. 6. Peer learning is collaboration and communication Sharing Trust and respect Two roles: evaluator Motivates and target of and gives evaluation meaningHelps torecognise whatis important Engagement leads to empowerment
    7. 7. Recognising the quality and using thatin your own practice
    8. 8. Adults as peer learners NeedsExperiences Contrasts Attitudes Motivation
    9. 9. 70-20-10 learning (Charles Jennings) 20 % through other people 10 % of70 % through experience &practice learning Conversations is formal Networks
    10. 10. Example of peer learningCOMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT INA NETWORK ENVIRONMENT, 5CREDITSThe aim of the course is to learn variousworking methods and possibilitiesoffered by new technologies and socialmedia. During the course, the studentspractise how to operate in networks indifferent environments so that they canimprove performance and develop theirown work and working environment.
    11. 11. Adult students digital literacy skills Year Student Beginners Moderate Experts N % skills % % 2008 36 60 % (21) 38 % (13) 2 % (2) 2009 32 58 % (18) 40 % (12) 2 % ( 2) 2010 27 42 % (11) 55 % (14) 3 % (2) 2011 33 32 % (10) 62 % (20) 6 % (3) 2012 78 12 % (9) 82 % (64) 6 % ( 5)
    12. 12. Self organised learning Students take responsibility for their own learning and put this into successful action in their workplaces or in private life
    13. 13. Methods and tools• Face-to-face meeting at the beginning Tools:• Recorded online lessons and learning materials• Team project• Online meetings• Small group meetings just- in-time• Individual coaching just-in- time• final report and feedback
    14. 14. Competencies Teaching and learningPedagogy Technology
    15. 15. CREATIVE TOOLS? Blogger Portal fo staff Facebook Diigo TeamSpeak3 SoleOps Twitter Wiki Oskari-portal for SlideShare Virtual Echo360 students classroom Kyvyt.fi - LinkedIn Moodle WebEx/AC ePortfolio iGoogle SecondLife eHops Online Campus Ning Flicker GWMessenger Skype DeliciousTeacher centred Learner centred
    16. 16. Success rates Year Student Beginners N2008 36 94 % (34)2009 32 100 % (32)2010 27 96 % (26)2011 33 91 % (30)2012 78 64 % (50)* * The last group has not yet completed
    17. 17. Feedback “Despite my deficient personal “I was a bit confused in theskills I’ve always been interested in beginning but step by step I learning more about social media started to realize, what is goingand online working, just have been on. Maybe the confusion in the too shy to try them on my own. beginning was due of the fact That leads us to the best part of that teachers gave us “free this process: learning together hands” nothing too structured. I with our group and supporting think the learning process is the each other in everyone’s’ own key point of this course. “ learning process. It was also a pleasant experience to be able toadvice the other team members at least in some ways.”
    18. 18. Conclusions• Peer learning works• New practices, channels, networks• Connections, collaboration• Leading"From the errors of others a wise man corrects his own." -Pubilius Syrus
    19. 19. •Leena.vainio@hamk.fi•Skype: leena.vainio•Twitter: @lvainio•LinkedIn: Leena Vainio

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