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Higher Education in 201?...199?...
http://www.getting-in.com

“Producing
Students as
Edupunks”
Phil Johnson,
Criminal Just...
• Higher grades
and greater
confidence.
• Enhanced
identification
with the role of a
BSO.
• Lateral thinking
and reacting ...
‘Nevermind the pedagogues here’s Edupunk’
(Cohen, 2008)

“*Blackboard’s claims+ are not done by technology, but
rather peo...
Laurillard, D. (2008) ‘The teacher as action researcher: Using technology to capture pedagogic form’, Studies in Higher
Ed...
The high standards of 21st century
employability
• WMR?
• Current casualties?
• A degree of edupunk?
OER REPOSITORIES
This image by stockarch / stockarch.com
Digital branding?
Students as producers of the
social world they live in?

(edupunk?)

“The university is a social project”
(Professor Mike ...
After using a
statistical test for
differences it was
found that visitors’
attitudes
towards ‘harm’,
‘intent’ and ‘real’
c...
Possibilities from The hegemony
of the written word in East
Lancashire’s edufactories?
Community-based learning and
Number...
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Producing Students As Edupunks

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This presentation was for the workshop: "Everything starts with an e: employability or ‘empowerability’ for the Social Sciences?"

The workshop was part of the Higher Education Academy's Social Sciences workshop and seminar series 2013-14.

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Producing Students As Edupunks

  1. 1. Higher Education in 201?...199?... http://www.getting-in.com “Producing Students as Edupunks” Phil Johnson, Criminal Justice Lecturer, UCBC
  2. 2. • Higher grades and greater confidence. • Enhanced identification with the role of a BSO. • Lateral thinking and reacting to situations. • Self and peer assessment. http://www.contactnorth.ca/pockets-innovation/border-simulation (Loyalist College, Ontario, 2013) • More complex than previous teaching via passive observations.
  3. 3. ‘Nevermind the pedagogues here’s Edupunk’ (Cohen, 2008) “*Blackboard’s claims+ are not done by technology, but rather people thinking and working together. Our technology … doesn’t enhance critical thinking or improve classroom performance, we do that, together… Corporations are selling us back our ideas, innovations, and visions for an exorbitant price.” (Groom, 2008) 2009 ‘A word of the year’ (New York Times) “an autodidactic approach that spurns commercialism, mass-market approaches and topdown goal setting.” Introduced at the University Centre Blackburn College in September 2011. Introduced at the University of Southern California in March 2012.
  4. 4. Laurillard, D. (2008) ‘The teacher as action researcher: Using technology to capture pedagogic form’, Studies in Higher Education, 33(2), 139-154 Benefits from OEP (open educational practices) Tutorial: Using a search engine Learning Outcome: A clear understanding of the role of the critical factors in the system Summary: through preparing their own account of using a search engine, to demonstrate the role of the critical factors, using the Library guidelines; presenting it to their group; defending it against questions and comments; and revising their account in the awater cycleprocess Tutorial: On system or The light of the tutor’s summary of the Learning Outcome: A clear understanding of the discussion role of the critical factors in the system Summary: through preparing their own account animation of the water cycle, to of the system/process, to demonstrate the demonstrate the factors, using the role of the criticalrole of the critical factors, using the provided; presenting it to their resourcesOER cycle; presenting it to their group; defending it against questions and comments; and revising their animation in OER the light of the tutor’s summary of the discussion repository
  5. 5. The high standards of 21st century employability • WMR? • Current casualties? • A degree of edupunk?
  6. 6. OER REPOSITORIES
  7. 7. This image by stockarch / stockarch.com
  8. 8. Digital branding?
  9. 9. Students as producers of the social world they live in? (edupunk?) “The university is a social project” (Professor Mike Neary)
  10. 10. After using a statistical test for differences it was found that visitors’ attitudes towards ‘harm’, ‘intent’ and ‘real’ crimes had changed significantly. Visual Criminology? Public Criminology?
  11. 11. Possibilities from The hegemony of the written word in East Lancashire’s edufactories? Community-based learning and Number of Assessment obligation “High-Impact Educational assignments per module Practices” (Kuh, 2008) Course FdA Criminology (per year) 8 2,500 BA Criminology (per year) 5 4,000 (inc.exams) and Total 20,000 26,000 The 1:10 ‘Campaign’? 10,000 for the dissertation

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