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  • Opetusministeriön valtakunnallinen ESR-kehittämisohjelma 2007-2013: Avoimissa oppimisympäristöissä aktiiviseksi kansalaiseksi Ministry of Education and Culture: ESF (European social Fund)-funding for almost three years until end of 2013. National Board of Education I’m goin to present joint project to PaikkaOppi 2 years ago i got the idea to produce some materials relating to urban environemnt to the web. So i created a prototype of a learning environemnt with Google Sites, Google Maps services. got funding from european social fund-development proram, which is until 2013.
  • Learning physical world = field studies, getting to know phenomena in their real environments. Learning the meanings attached to the physical objects and environment =methods that support to regognition of differences in people’s ”world views”, memory mapping, applications of mental map... Learning the power relations involved in the production of meaning =method for students to get involved in a participative planning Objects: basis for the learning process: there will be tdescriptive texts of those urban places in the learning environment Themes: perspectives which are optional and they could be added to the objects, so that for example sub urban area might be studied from the multicultural point of view. (good idea?i have to test it wheter it works…) Toolkit: includes descriptions of methods for orientation, for the real research in the field and presentation of results Students can choose with which method they want to study for example street space.
  • Jokiasessa vaiheesa tulee tehtävää vähän enemmän, mutta materiaaleihin tutstuminen erilaisten menetelmien avulla kaikissa.
  • Tutkivan oppimisen malli,
  • Paikkatietotaidot jos käyttää tätä
  • Pecha kucha

    1. 1. Near In the City (NIC) – lessons on city in the Web and outdoors Researcher Virpi Hirvensalo, Department of Geography and Geology, University of TurkuOkfestival, Helsinki 20.9.2012
    2. 2. Website foreducation on urban environments
    3. 3. City and its various places are in the focus of learning
    4. 4. Descriptions of placesSTREET – NEIGHBOURHOOD – BROWN FIELD – PARK – CITY CENTER STREET •What is a street? •Living street •Street as a public space •Frightening street •Street as a space of presentation Texts, photos, video & audio clips, links to other web pages, hints of additional literature, excercises, etc.
    5. 5. METHODS for studying places ParticipativeOrientation to Concept Web page / Word planning tool associationa subject matter map news paper analysis -gameResearch Mental Sensory Observation Interviewin the field mapping walkPresentation Interactive Video / audio Person- alizing a Photo- map presentation galleryof results picture
    6. 6. Three toolkits with varying extents ½ -1 hours. Learn concepts related to urban surroundings by reading texts, listening audios and watching videos. Do a short excercise in a classroom.Small toolkit:”Learn theterms” 4 hours. Study materials in NIC, choose the suitable method(s) for your excercise and realize it in a classroom or outdoors.Medium toolkit:”Familiarize yourselfwith places” 20 hours. With your small group, carry out a mini research project basing on a model of a progressive inquiry.Large toolkit:”Grab the study”
    7. 7. ”Grab the study”
    8. 8. Planning amini research project
    9. 9. Practicing field research by sensing, observing,interviewing…
    10. 10. Creating a presentation
    11. 11. Sharing results
    12. 12. Results of small groups as a map presentation of PaikkaOppi
    13. 13. Thank you! Contacts: Virpi HirvensaloDepartment of Geography and Geology, University of Turku