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Participatory Culture


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Mr. Brant KNUTZEN (Learning Designer, Faculty of Education, HKU)

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Participatory Culture

  1. 1. Learning DesignerFaculty of Education
  2. 2. Moving to a new teaching paradigm
  3. 3. Focus on student collaboration
  4. 4. How can technology supportstudent-centered learning?• Peer-to-peer (P2P)interactions– Teacher sets context– Problem to solve– Facilitation– Guiding– Adds perspectiveUnplanned, SpontaneousPlannedComposition• Oral and typed chat• Digital Document Discussion• VoiceThread audio exchanges• YouTube video response• Forum discussion• Wiki page construction
  5. 5. Digital Document Discussion• Document-centric discussion using Web tools– Document shared via URL• Can be a static document: video, PDF, etc• Google Doc / Presentation is highly interactive– Supports simultaneous editing by up to 50 people
  6. 6. Examplelesson planof student-centeredlearningactivitiesover severalclass sessions
  7. 7. What do these student-centeredactivities look like in practice?
  8. 8. Redesigning the classroom : RMS 101
  9. 9. Interacting via tech tools
  10. 10. Plan for Connexion Learning Lab : RMS 104
  11. 11. Can teachers update their pedagogy?