Digital literacies and learning design syllabus web


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Digital literacies and learning design syllabus web

  1. 1. Digital Literacies and Learning Design Session 1 – An introduction to Digital Literacies and Learning Design Introduction to the Module - Ice breaker – Expectations and concerns Interactive presentation: Digital Literacies and Learning Design Discussion: Digital Natives and Digital residents ---------------------------------Setting up reflective blogs on wordpress Setting up twitter #DLLD14 Join Google+ community Read White, D. S., & Cornu, A. L. (2011). Visitors and Residents: A new typology for online engagement. First Monday, 16(9). Retrieved from Comment on Digital nativism and online youth: separating fact from fiction Online tasks: - Blog about your teaching philosophy (with technology) Read Building the Curriculum 4: Skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work
  2. 2. Session 2: Designing learning contexts for the digital literate learner Discussion: Creating content or providing context? - Learning and Teaching on the web (Digital Literacies and the Curriculum for Excellence) Focus on the Participatory culture of the web Pedagogical approaches (and how to embed the critical digital literacies) Learning outcomes (Bloom's taxonomy revised) Assessment strategies The importance of being part of it / “buying into it” – as learner and teacher Interactive presentation: Designing learning contexts: the learner-centred approach Watch: From Knowledgeable to Knowledge-Able Read: Wallace, C. S., & Priestley, M. (2011). Teacher beliefs and the mediation of curriculum innovation in Scotland: A socio‐cultural perspective on professional development and change. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 43(3), 357–381. Comment on Realising the promise of digital technologies in learning and teaching --------------------Workshop (or webquest): Critical Digital Literacies 5 resource Model & the 4 Capacities Online tasks: - blog about: o your experience with the web o the importance of aligning pedagogical approaches to learning outcomes and assessment strategies o your reflections about the class discussions
  3. 3. Session 3: Designing learning contexts for the digital literate learner (cont.) Discussion: Can we combine digital literacies and Learning design?    How? What are the challenges? What does it mean to the Curriculum for Excellence Sharing: Designing learning contexts: different activities and resources - Open Educational Resources (OERs) Webquests Inquiry / project based learning Games based learning Storytelling e-Portfolios Etc. --------------Read: Conole, G. (2013). Open, Social and Participatory Media. In Designing for learning in an open world. New York, NY: Springer. Comment: blogpost to be announced Students start planning their learning design project Online tasks: - blog about your reflections about the class discussion
  4. 4. Session 4 - Digital Literacies: a response to the challenges of the web? Discussion: Designing for learning: embedding technology – what challenges? - Ethics Cyberbullyng Netiquette Privacy and safety Copyright Mindsets Etc Interactive presentation: The challenges and possibilities of the web Read: Digital Literacies across the Curriculum Comment: blogpost to be announced ---------------Students work on their projects Online tasks: - blog about your project plan
  5. 5. Session 5 - Designing for learning: Student projects Students work on their projects -------------Presentation and discussion of Students’ projects
  6. 6. Session 6 Final reflection and next steps What digital literacies do teachers need? How can teachers keep up to date with the developments of the web and the demands of the profession?