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Learning in the new times


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A small gathering of thoughts and ideas which I find usefull, when I talk about future learning.

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Learning in the new times

  1. 1. Interaction <br />in learning<br />- <br />Learning in interaction<br />Learning in the new millennium by Jacob Theilgaard,<br />
  2. 2. From DK - VL 24 hours: Your biggest concern? The New Generation <br />Read 2300 webpages a year <br />Click in on 1281 Facebook profiles <br />Write 500 pages e-mails <br />Are online 3,5 time a day on Youtube, Facebook, MSN, Myspace, Flickr ,Twitter etc.<br />They don’t keep newspapers – they read news on the web<br />They only watch TV 1,5 hours a day, while they do something differently<br />Side 2<br />18-10-2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  3. 3. HOW ABOUT LEADERS, PROJECT MANAGERS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS?<br />Here’s a problem for teachers:<br />“For the first time we are preparing students for a future we cannot clearly describe.”<br />-David Warlick<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  4. 4. 3 Important elements of the future<br />”World to my desktop”<br />Mediated Immersion<br />Mobile Wireless Devices<br />Side 4<br />18/10/2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  5. 5. How the WEB change learning<br />The web support the comparison between many sources of information, each incomplete and together contradictory<br />Side 5<br />18/10/2011<br />Introducing learning based on searching, sorting and synthesize of information, rather than assimilation of information of one ‘true’ information source<br />The media and the user interface supports multitasking <br />Advanced way to synthesize new knowledge?<br />”Napsterisme” – combining others design<br />Tailor-made teaching products and services, adjusted to the individual need, rather than one size fits all in length, content and pedagogical way<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  6. 6. Side 6<br />18-10-2011<br />EX.<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  7. 7. Mediated Immersion<br />Competent in many medias and simulation in virtual environments<br />Community based learning thru involvement of many local situated experiences, sharing of knowledge cross communities, contexts and inside the mind of the individual<br />A balance between experimental learning, guided mentoring and collective reflection<br />Emerged thru a non-linear loosely connected and associated net of representations<br />Co-creation of learning experiences tailored to the individual need and preferences <br />Side 7<br />18/10/2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  8. 8. The consequence of Immersion in learning?<br />Infinite possibilities to obtain access to information sources and psychological communities across time and distance, mean there will develop a bigger depth and broader horizons in shared experiences<br />Side 8<br />18/10/2011<br /><ul><li>Possibilities to create interactions, activities and experiences in a mediated environment, which is impossible in real life. Like teleporting to a virtual environment , where a distant person can se and interact with you and your real-time local environment</li></ul>JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  9. 9. What does all the mean……<br />For the purpose created facilities will become meaningless<br />MWD will connect information in real-time <br />Virtual environments will create virtual copies<br />Learners will participate in wide, loosely connected virtual learning communities<br />Interoperability – Open content and open sources will create borderless information sharing<br />Diverse type of evaluations<br />Peer-review as a part of how we evaluate<br />Side 9<br />18/10/2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  10. 10. We will need new ‘literacies’<br />Social networking<br />Privacy maintenance<br />Identity management<br />Creating content<br />Organising content<br />Reusing and repurposing<br />Filtering and selecting<br />Self broadcasting<br />The new web environments are game changers. Learners now need new (digital) literacies <br />
  11. 11. Next Step<br />Wireless access everywhere<br />Multi purpose facilities<br />Enhances realities<br />Virtual reflection <br />Side 11<br />18/10/2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  12. 12. The New competencies of facilitators<br />Co-design<br />Co-instruction<br />Guided experimental learning<br />Evaluations besides test and written texts<br />Side 12<br />18/10/2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  13. 13. Human activities are mediated by culturally established instruments such as tools and language. <br />Vygotsky, L. S. (1978) Mind in Society: The development of higher psychological processes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press<br /><br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  14. 14. We can use computers to extend the capabilities of our own minds. They can become the repositories of our knowledge.<br /><br />Computers as mind tools <br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  15. 15. EX:<br />M.U.L.E<br />V.L.E<br />M.O.O.C<br />P.L.E<br />Network student<br />Side 15<br />18-10-2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  16. 16. Personal Learning Environments<br />PLEs are not only personal web tools and personal learning networks. PLEs are much wider than this, taking in experiences and reality, as well as learning through TV, music, paper based materials, radio & more formal contexts.<br />Personal <br />Learning <br />Network<br />Personal<br />Learning <br />Environment<br />Learning content is not as important now as where (or who) to connect to, to find it.<br />Personal<br />Web Tools<br />PWTs are any web tools, (usually Web 2.0) chosen by learners to support their lifelong learning.<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  17. 17. Side 17<br />How..<br />LMS<br />Learning management systems<br />Action <br />Learning Groups<br />Virtual input<br />M.O.O.C<br />Virtuel learning report<br />Action <br />Learning Groups<br />PLE<br />Personal <br />Learning Enviroment<br />(virtual)<br />Virtuel learning report<br />Action <br />Learning Groups<br />Webinars<br />B/V-Logs<br />18/10/2011<br />JBT@MANNAZ.COM<br />
  18. 18. Connectivism<br />We live in a techno-social world<br />Learning occurs inside and outside of people – we store our knowledge in computers and in other people – George Siemens<br />Source: George Siemens<br />
  19. 19. Conceptualized and compiled by<br />Jacob B. Theilgaard<br />M(A).psych.lic.<br />Principal Consultant<br />18/10/2011<br />