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ImageCCBY-SA2.0cogdogOn being an (open) educatorCatherine Cronin • @catherinecronin • #edtech13 • 30/05/13
@catherinecronin#edtech13slideshare.net/cicronin
CC images: LaenulfeanAcademic coordinator #ITonlineLecturer (sic) #ct231Networked educator #edchatIE
onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
Image CC BY-NC 2.0 owaie89
Image CC BY-NC 2.0 owaie89“More change will happen ineducation in the next 10 yearsthan in the past 100.”-- @stephenheppell
Stanford AIUdacity,Coursera, edXxMOOCsGoogle+Summer 2011Coder Dojo#coderdojocoderdojo.com
“I don’t thinkeducation is aboutcentralized instructionanymore; rather,it is the process [of]establishing oneselfas a node...
Image: CC BY 2.0 dlofink
Different Types of OpennessSchuwer, Janssen & van Valkenburg (2013) MOOCs: Trends and Opportunities for Higher Education
@CathyNDavidson http://hastac.org/blogs/kaysi-holman/2013/05/15/storyboarding-future-higher-education
Introduction toLean Sigma QualityDublin Instituteof TechnologyInstitute ofTechnology SligoHiberniaCollege
Image: opensourceway
At its best openness is an ethosnot a license. Its an approach toteaching and learning thatbuilds a community of learnerso...
OPENtoolsresourcespracticesknowledge
onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
CONNECT DO SHARECC BY-NC 2.0CCBY_NC2.0JamiePichoraCCBY_NC2.0youngdoo
openness • social media • student voice/choice3 tenets of my teaching
openness • social media • student voice/choiceAIM:choose opennesswhere possible & where appropriateUSECREATESHAREopen reso...
openness • social media • student voice/choiceAIM:enable connection and learningacross the (artificial) boundariesof time ...
openness • social media • student voice/choiceAIM:use as many opportunities as possiblefor students to Create & to ChooseT...
2nd year module, BSc Computer Science & ITct231.wordpress.com
“Recently our class has begun to usemore social networking sites likeFacebook and tools like DropBox toshare notes and kee...
“Strange putting a face to the voice ofmy first year maths lecturer!Khan Academy is possibly one of themost useful sources...
Twitter@CT231
ImageCCBY-NC-ND2.0FredericPoirotdigital identity
Image: CC BY 2.0 joiHoward Rheingold@hrheingoldrheingold.com
Image: CC BY-NC 2.0 Roo Reynoldsnetworked publicsdanah boyd@zephoriadanah.orgspace constructedthroughnetworked technologie...
Image: uvenus.orgdigital identitiesBonnie Stewart@bonstewarttheory.cribchronicles.com6 Key Selves of Networked Publics:• P...
#icollab
http://www.scoop.it/t/ct231-student-showcase
Never doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizenscan change the world.Indeed it is the only thingthat ever h...
Never doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizenscan change the world.Indeed it is the only thingthat ever h...
Course blog: ct231.wordpress.com
Image CC BY 2.0 entirelysubjectiveMOOCGlobal CoPsOpen badgesOpen courseCreate open materialsDevelop PLNsSocial mediaUse OE...
onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
http://www.heppell.net/bva/http://youtu.be/_hrvli_wCT0?t=12m42s
meaningenjoymentconnection
#edchatIE#CESI#CESImeet#ICTeduImages:CCBYPamMoran;IrishTypepad;cicronin
5 challenges
awarenessImage CC BY 2.0 fPt
autonomyImage CC BY-SA 2.0 marfis75
uncertaintyImage CC BY-SA 2.0 bogenfreund
commitmentImage CC BY 2.0 vramek
designImage CC BY 2.0 seier+seier
onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
Image CC Burns Library, Boston College (Flickr)
Universities have a role in, not just creating newknowledge within their walls, but for inculcatingstudents with a sense o...
CCBY-NC2.0Idrose
Thank you!Catherine Cronin@catherinecroninslideshare.net/cicroninabout.me/catherinecroninImage CC BY 2.0 visualpanic
PHOTO CREDITS:United Nations Photo (Flickr)NUI GalwayThe Irish TimesNationalGeographicStock.comBurns Library, Boston Colle...
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Keynote presentation for EdTech13 Conference, University College Cork, 30th May 2013

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On Being an (Open) Educator

  1. ImageCCBY-SA2.0cogdogOn being an (open) educatorCatherine Cronin • @catherinecronin • #edtech13 • 30/05/13
  2. @catherinecronin#edtech13slideshare.net/cicronin
  3. CC images: LaenulfeanAcademic coordinator #ITonlineLecturer (sic) #ct231Networked educator #edchatIE
  4. onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
  5. onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
  6. Image CC BY-NC 2.0 owaie89
  7. Image CC BY-NC 2.0 owaie89“More change will happen ineducation in the next 10 yearsthan in the past 100.”-- @stephenheppell
  8. Stanford AIUdacity,Coursera, edXxMOOCsGoogle+Summer 2011Coder Dojo#coderdojocoderdojo.com
  9. “I don’t thinkeducation is aboutcentralized instructionanymore; rather,it is the process [of]establishing oneselfas a node in a broadnetwork of distributedcreativity.”– Joi Ito @joi (2011)Image: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 yobink
  10. Image: CC BY 2.0 dlofink
  11. Different Types of OpennessSchuwer, Janssen & van Valkenburg (2013) MOOCs: Trends and Opportunities for Higher Education
  12. @CathyNDavidson http://hastac.org/blogs/kaysi-holman/2013/05/15/storyboarding-future-higher-education
  13. Introduction toLean Sigma QualityDublin Instituteof TechnologyInstitute ofTechnology SligoHiberniaCollege
  14. Image: opensourceway
  15. At its best openness is an ethosnot a license. Its an approach toteaching and learning thatbuilds a community of learnersonline and off.- Jim Groom
  16. OPENtoolsresourcespracticesknowledge
  17. onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
  18. CONNECT DO SHARECC BY-NC 2.0CCBY_NC2.0JamiePichoraCCBY_NC2.0youngdoo
  19. openness • social media • student voice/choice3 tenets of my teaching
  20. openness • social media • student voice/choiceAIM:choose opennesswhere possible & where appropriateUSECREATESHAREopen resourcescreate to share, CC-licensedopenly, including my/our own learning
  21. openness • social media • student voice/choiceAIM:enable connection and learningacross the (artificial) boundariesof time and spaceTIME... class time, term time, academic yearSPACE... classrooms, schools, countries# hashtags connect across time and space
  22. openness • social media • student voice/choiceAIM:use as many opportunities as possiblefor students to Create & to ChooseTOPICSMEDIA RUBRICSASSESSMENTTOOLS TEAMS
  23. 2nd year module, BSc Computer Science & ITct231.wordpress.com
  24. “Recently our class has begun to usemore social networking sites likeFacebook and tools like DropBox toshare notes and keep up to date withlectures. I found this to be a greatbenefit in studying and managing mywork.”Social media...#studentvoice
  25. “Strange putting a face to the voice ofmy first year maths lecturer!Khan Academy is possibly one of themost useful sources for studentsstudying maths. The idea is simple, Ifyou dont understand the first time youwatch it... watch it again.”Khan Academy...#studentvoice
  26. Twitter@CT231
  27. ImageCCBY-NC-ND2.0FredericPoirotdigital identity
  28. Image: CC BY 2.0 joiHoward Rheingold@hrheingoldrheingold.com
  29. Image: CC BY-NC 2.0 Roo Reynoldsnetworked publicsdanah boyd@zephoriadanah.orgspace constructedthroughnetworked technologiesthe imagined collectivewhich emerges(people + tech + practice)
  30. Image: uvenus.orgdigital identitiesBonnie Stewart@bonstewarttheory.cribchronicles.com6 Key Selves of Networked Publics:• Performative Self• Quantified Self• Participatory Self• Asynchronous Self• Enmeshed Self• Neoliberal Self
  31. #icollab
  32. http://www.scoop.it/t/ct231-student-showcase
  33. Never doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizenscan change the world.Indeed it is the only thingthat ever has.– Margaret Mead
  34. Never doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizenscan change the world.Indeed it is the only thingthat ever has.– Margaret Meadstudents
  35. Course blog: ct231.wordpress.com
  36. Image CC BY 2.0 entirelysubjectiveMOOCGlobal CoPsOpen badgesOpen courseCreate open materialsDevelop PLNsSocial mediaUse OERsCollaborationAuthentic assessmentUse open toolsOPENCLOSED
  37. onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
  38. http://www.heppell.net/bva/http://youtu.be/_hrvli_wCT0?t=12m42s
  39. meaningenjoymentconnection
  40. #edchatIE#CESI#CESImeet#ICTeduImages:CCBYPamMoran;IrishTypepad;cicronin
  41. 5 challenges
  42. awarenessImage CC BY 2.0 fPt
  43. autonomyImage CC BY-SA 2.0 marfis75
  44. uncertaintyImage CC BY-SA 2.0 bogenfreund
  45. commitmentImage CC BY 2.0 vramek
  46. designImage CC BY 2.0 seier+seier
  47. onestorychallengesopeneducationfuture
  48. Image CC Burns Library, Boston College (Flickr)
  49. Universities have a role in, not just creating newknowledge within their walls, but for inculcatingstudents with a sense of ethical responsibility.The higher education sector can play animportant role in developing the leadershipnecessary for the creation and strengthening ofan inclusive society built on a sustainable socialand economic foundation.President Michael D. HigginsCOIMBRA ConferenceMay 2013, Galway
  50. CCBY-NC2.0Idrose
  51. Thank you!Catherine Cronin@catherinecroninslideshare.net/cicroninabout.me/catherinecroninImage CC BY 2.0 visualpanic
  52. PHOTO CREDITS:United Nations Photo (Flickr)NUI GalwayThe Irish TimesNationalGeographicStock.comBurns Library, Boston College (Flickr)The Labour Party (Flickr)Irish Defence Forces (Flickr)The White House (Flickr)Library of CongressTrocaire (Flickr)Fanz (Flickr)Lochinvar1 (Flickr)Shavar Ross (Flickr)

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