Pathways to Future Learning - Keynote #smootau13

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Keynote for the Schools Moodle Moot in Sydney, 3-4 October 2013 hosted by Pukunui Technology.

As the first keynote, I framed my presentation to guide participants to the themes of the conference they may want to focus on.

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Pathways to Future Learning - Keynote #smootau13

  1. 1. Future Learning Joyce Seitzinger Faculty of Health, Deakin University @catspyjamasnz 3 October 2013 Keynote Australian School MoodleMoot Sydney
  2. 2. KIA ORA! GOEDENDAG! G’DAY!
  3. 3. MY E-LEARNING ROLE Moodle Admin Course Builder Learning Designer Teacher eLearning policy & strategy Trainer Moodle Helpdesk Graphic Designer
  4. 4. SOCIAL MEDIA SAVED MY LIFE…
  5. 5. NETPRAX Deakin University, Faculty of Health March 2013 - Jun 2014 100 participants Embedding networked practice for personal learning, teaching practice and research practice iPad based Mozilla Open Badges Yammer/Facebook/Blog Twitter.com/netprax
  6. 6. #SMOOTAU13 TWITTER.COM @CATSPYJAMASNZ HTTP://TINY.CC/SMOOTAU13
  7. 7. #SMOOTAU13 Future Learning
  8. 8. LEARNING DESIGN
  9. 9. May 2010, http://www.cats-pyjamas.net/moodle-tool-guide
  10. 10. SUITABLE FOR OWN COMMUNITY
  11. 11. 1 3CRICOS  Provider  Code:  00113B  
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  13. 13. Objectives Themes Activities Resources Assessment The objective or learning goal may already be established in the course descriptor or be an element from a unit standard. Scaffolding to provide clear expectations and instructions that will guide learners through the unit of work. Themes link and explain resources, and fill any gaps that may not be covered by resources available elsewhere. What the learners need to DO to bridge the gap between objectives and assessment. May include Discussion • Expert interview • Journaling • Quizzes • Experts • Projects • Web searches • Case studies • Scenarios • Role play What the learners need to build skills, knowledge and understanding to complete the activities and the assessment. Subject support may include • library • Internet • workplace • fellow students • tutor or facilitator • subject specialists Other support may include • learning skills • pastoral care Identify the evidence that is needed to show that students have achieved the specified outcomes. The assessment is derived from the objectives. May also be identified as the performance criteria of a unit standard. OTARAModelbyKateHunt&MauriceMoore
  14. 14. RECIPE FOR A MOODLE ACTIVITY •  1 Spark •  1 Purpose •  1 or more (stepped) tasks •  Suggested interaction, response or follow up •  Time (or effort) indication •  As many resources or previous work as needed •  Be sure to go back regularly and stir in feedback
  15. 15. BLOOM’S TAXONOMY FOR THE DIGITAL AGE Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation Higher Order Thinking Skills Lower Order Thinking Skills Remembering Understanding Applying Analysing Evaluating Creating Higher Order Thinking Skills Lower Order Thinking Skills
  16. 16. Andrew Churches http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/ Bloom's+Digital+Taxonomy
  17. 17. http://tpck.org INCREASINGLY MORE COMPLEX
  18. 18. LEARNING DESIGN Mark Smithers Adding Life to Content in Moodle Natalie Denmaede (@MoodleMuse) Moodle for Motivation Tool Guide Mark Drechsler Moving beyond ‘pump and dump’ Megan Atkins Moodle, Poodll and the whole kaboodle ? Richard Jones Do not fear whitespace
  19. 19. OPEN BADGES
  20. 20. OVER TO MOZILLA & DOUG BELSHAW… http://www.slideshare.net/dajbelshaw/open-badges-rocket-fuel-for-the- accreditation-of-skills
  21. 21. THE REAL TRICK: BADGE PATHWAYS http://carlacasilli.wordpress.com/2013/04/28/badge-pathways- part-2-the-quel/
  22. 22. MOODLE & OPEN BADGES: JUST AS NATURE INTENDED http://blog.credly.com/digital-badges-as-mother-nature- intended/
  23. 23. OPEN BADGES Julian Ridden (@MoodleMan) OpenBadges and Moodle Me Anytime
  24. 24. PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORKS
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  26. 26. cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/ INSERT ANY PROFESSIONAL
  27. 27. ABOUT THE TOOLS http://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/no_good_reason/2007/12/my-personal-wor.html By Martin Weller
  28. 28. ABOUT THE PEOPLE cc licensed flickr photo by shareski: http://flickr.com/photos/shareski/
  29. 29. You have the building blocks… Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000
  30. 30. …how will you arrange them? Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000
  31. 31. •  Low Profile •  Low Communication •  In your own time •  High Profile •  Low Communication •  In your own time •  Low Profile •  Low Communication •  In your own time •  High Profile •  High Communication •  Streamed Staff Room Filing Cabinet MagazinePortfolio Design your PLN. Build your filter. You
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  33. 33. 38 CRICOS  Provider  Code:  00113B  
  34. 34. 39 CRICOS  Provider  Code:  00113B  
  35. 35. cc license http://www.flickr.com/photos/shareski/2655113202/
  36. 36. DOUG BELSHAW’S WEB LITERACIES
  37. 37. PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORKS Vinny Stocker Conditional activities, course Completion and pirates Lindy Klein Pick-a-path Moodle
  38. 38. NETWORKED PROF DEVT
  39. 39. COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
  40. 40. NETWORKED PROF DEVT
  41. 41. MAKER CULTURE
  42. 42. “We need more learning by making, through projects and inquiry and hands-on experimentation. Not learning by clicking, or learning by worksheet.” -  Audrey Waters http://hackeducation.com/ 2012/11/21/top-ed-tech- trends-of-2012-maker- movement/
  43. 43. MAKER SPACES IN SCHOOLS The MENTOR program seeks to design low-cost makerspaces in high schools, and the pilot program was in 10 California high schools this year. The goal: 1000 makerspaces in high schools all around the world in four years. And the emphasis, according to Otherlab’s Saul Griffith: 1) Self-directed learning (building your own project as a better motivator to engage in engineering). 2) Lower the cost of building and realizing dream projects through lower cost tools (software and hardware.) 3) Making making more social and engaging. http://hackeducation.com/ 2012/11/21/top-ed-tech-trends- of-2012-maker-movement/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ memakerspace/7094430831
  44. 44. “The rise of platforms like Pinterest and Instagram, and Facebook's multimillion-dollar acquisition of the latter, shows how visual content is becoming an increasingly important force for communication online.” "Pictures have also become a short form way of communicating lots of information quickly and succinctly," says Samuals. http://www.fastcompany.com/ 3000794/rise-visual-social-media
  45. 45. MINDMAPPING / DRAWING
  46. 46. Lynda Barry’s course outline http://www.openculture.com/2013/01/ join_cartoonist_lynda_barry_for_a_university- level_course_on_doodling_and_neuroscience.html
  47. 47. WHERE CAN AN EDUCATOR START? WITH WHAT YOU MADE EARLIER… •  www.slideshare.net/timbuckteeth •  www.slideshare.net/gconole •  www.slideshare.net/courosa
  48. 48. MAKER CULTURE Susannah Brown(@SoozieTwits) Creating and evaluating a maker lab Aleta Villanueva Frontloading for inquiry projects in Moodle ? Steve Collis
  49. 49. STOPS WE DIDN’T MAKE BUT YOU CAN STILL TRAVEL THERE
  50. 50. http://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/archives/ Copyright: Hugh McLeod
  51. 51. Website: www.deakin.edu.au About.me/joyce.seitzinger Blog: www.cats-pyjamas.net Twitter: @catspyjamasnz LinkedIn: find Joyce Seitzinger STAY CONNECTED!

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