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learning and teaching in the digital age

  1. 1. Learning and teaching in the digital agechallenges as opportunitiesChrissi Nerantzi @chrissinerantzi
  2. 2. todaytoolstreasures plusexamplesfrom ownpractice
  3. 3. • Global economy• Collaborative working practices• Rapid knowledge advancements• Digital technologies integrated in our everyday lives• The world in our pocket• Consumers > producers, (co-)creators• Wider access to informal learning• Digital identity and privacytoday in the world
  4. 4. • Rapid changes• Rapid knowledge advancement through cutting edge research & open access• HE Reform > White Paper, Funding changes (part-time, postgraduate students)• Diverse student body• More with less and innovative• Professionalisation of teaching• Raising the quality of teaching across the sector• Pedagogies > connected, collaborative• Closer links to employers, work-based learning• Opportunities for flexible and online education• Global trends and fads? > MOOCs new players?• Marketisation? New Business models?• Disruptive? open education > open learning > open badges and accreditation• Intellectual Property and Creative Commons• Digital literacies gap?• Giving back to the societytoday in HE
  5. 5. today: students
  6. 6. Quality: What does really matter?class size: 1 tutor 20 students tutor load: 1 classtutor full-timetutor has teaching qualificationstudents: time on task‘close contact’student tutorinteractions andrelationship foreducational gainsfocus on formativeassessmentquick feedbackfor learning intellectual challengepositiveresearchenvironmenttutors asreflectivepractitionersactivelearningcollaborativeand social learningclear and highexpectationspeer assessmentlearning hours matterprogrammeteams to worktogethersocialrelationshipsprogramme teamstudents as partnersstudents using feedbackProf. Graham Gibbstoday: evidence-based practice
  7. 7. https://fdol.wordpress.com/today: opening up
  8. 8. tools
  9. 9. tools: flexibilitylearning, teaching and assessment•pace•place•mode•pathwaysglobal learning opportunities in ourpockets
  10. 10. enhance > extend > empower(3E Framework)•growing as learners >autonomy•stimulating, varied, inclusivelearning design•creative curriculumconnections increase•motivation•engagement•learningsocial learning•peer-to-peer learning andsupport•community•module> programme> globalbeyond walled gardens•social media, BYOD, PLN, NMCHorizon Report HE 13tools: collaboration
  11. 11. ongoing effectivesupport, academic,pastoral, administrative•1 tutor – 20 students•professionalrelationships,partnership•students focus onlearningtools: support
  12. 12. tools: what they enable counts
  13. 13. treasures
  14. 14. treasures: change agents
  15. 15. happy staff, happy students•educators as learners•staff love what they do•feel supported•initial and continuousdevelopment•peer review•qualifications•community•networkstreasures: development•HEA•JISC•ALT…
  16. 16. treasures: together
  17. 17. treasures: connecting
  18. 18. treasures: discoveries
  19. 19. treasures: impact on practice
  20. 20. Learning and teaching in the digital agechallenges as opportunitiesChrissi Nerantzi@chrissinerantzi

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