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Pedagogy and the Internet


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Pedagogy and the Internet. Conference in APEC Workshop: Observatory of Best Practices with ICT: proficiency standards, teaching-learning strategies in urban and rural areas, educational materials. Lima, Jul 16th –17th, 2015.

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Pedagogy and the Internet

  1. 1. Pedagogy and the Internet Dr. Cristóbal Suárez Guerrero
  2. 2. How digital is your country? Digital Economy and Society Index
  3. 3. What is your idea of technology?
  4. 4. What is your idea of learning with technology? The same, but with technology?
  5. 5. Technological answers Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 Results of the 8th Annual Survey of Learning Tools
  6. 6. Latin American Higher Education 2013-2018 Time-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less Collaborative Environments Online Learning Open Content Social Media Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years Augmented Reality Learning Analytics Mobile Learning Personalized Learning Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years 3D Printing The Internet of Things Machine Learning Virtual and Remote Laboratories
  7. 7. The NMC Horizon Report Europe: 2014 Schools Edition
  8. 8. Educational perspective with technology • Massive open social learning • Learning design informed by analytics • Flipped classroom • Bring your own devices • Learning to learn • Dynamic assessment • Event-based learning • Learning through storytelling • Threshold concepts • Bricolage
  9. 9. Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 Results of the 8th Annual Survey of Learning Tools What is the question?
  10. 10. Where are we going?
  11. 11. Where are we going?
  12. 12. Six emerging themes for 21st century learning • Personalising learning • New views of equity, diversity and inclusivity • A curriculum that uses knowledge to develop learning capacity • “Changing the script”: Rethinking learners’ and teachers’ roles • A culture of continuous learning for teachers and educational leaders • New kinds of partnerships and relationships: Schools no longer siloed from the community urces/Bolstad_Gilbert_FutureOriented.pdf
  13. 13. web.pdf Five policy directions from the core framework. Inspiring education vision
  14. 14. The usefulness of the useless? “En el universo del utilitarismo, en efecto, un martillo vale más que una sinfonía, un cuchillo más que una poesía, una llave inglesa más que un cuadro: porque es fácil hacerse cargo de la eficacia de un utensilio mientras que resulta cada vez más difícil entender para qué pueden servir la música, la literatura o el arte” (Ordine, 2013, p. 12).
  15. 15. Why Pedagogy? • It is an analysis tool to understand the educative complexity • It is part of the educative and political explanation • It lets ask questions • It provides a global vision of the parts • It allows to take advantage of interdisciplinary • It provides a framework for action and research • It is not just Didactics • It is a bridge between school culture and digital culture • It could make technology invisible • It adds Utopia
  16. 16. Our vision of learning has been built from a type of relationship
  17. 17. We need to understand other types of relationship to talk about learning
  18. 18. Emerging pedagogies
  19. 19. Key dimensions of Creative Classrooms in Europe
  20. 20. Key Elements for Developing Creative Classrooms in Europe ense%C3%B1anza-y-aprendizaje%3A-Elementos-clave-para-desarrollar-aulas-creativas-en-Europa-
  21. 21. ¿What is the role of technology in education? ¿What is the role of pedagogy in the educational change with technology? Education, pedagogy and technology
  22. 22. Pedagogy: Under construction
  23. 23. Questions Why learning? What to learn? How to learn? With what to learn? When to learn? How to assess learning?
  24. 24. Wy learning? What to learn? How to learn? With what to learn? When to learn? How to assess learning? Where to learn? With who to learn? Two invisible questions in the classroom
  25. 25. Sociocultural framework of the Internet Social: the internet defines a networked communication environment Cultural: Using the internet means thinking, doing and feeling with the networked Others ways of learning Others social conditions to learn
  26. 26. Where to learn?
  27. 27. Natural environment: Valencia
  28. 28. Urban environment: Valencia
  29. 29. Technological environment #Valencia
  30. 30. Educational environment
  31. 31. Hybridization environments
  32. 32. Learning environment. Where are the limits?
  33. 33. Classroom
  34. 34. Networked classroom #eduticUV
  35. 35. learning in an environment of network flows?
  36. 36. 1. Internet is not only an educational resource, it implies an environment where people do and think with different ways of networked learning
  37. 37. With who to learn?
  38. 38. Mass communication
  39. 39. Mass self-communication The role of communication networks in power-making in society
  40. 40. Internet invites you to think with different ways of doing
  41. 41. Digital culture - Digital competence
  42. 42. Internet help to create a new social conditions for learning?
  43. 43. Imagen:APEI Asking "who with to learn" has sense on the internet
  44. 44. 2. Internet contain a networked communication project which implies a new social conditions for learning
  45. 45. Where are the differences? Pedagogical Answers
  46. 46. Peer to peer open and collaborative learning • How can we take advantage of the social production of knowledge on the Internet to use it educatively? • Commons-based peer production: “…new modality of organizing production: radically decentralized, collaborative, and nonproprietary; based on sharing resources and outputs among widely distributed, loosely connected individuals who cooperate with each other without relying on either market signals or managerial commands” (Benkler, 2006, 60). • Translation of the book The Wealth of Networks, de Yochai Benkler
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  48. 48. Institutional coordination based on collaborative projects • How can people from different cultures to develop common projects and learn in that process? • Technological platform for school educative teams from 33 European countries. • Translated to 27 languages, it has 230, 277 members and 5,462 projects carried out between two o more European schools. • A wide range of topics and a high cultural heterogeneity.
  49. 49. Educational community and global learning • How can an educative community be part of a global movement of collective knowledge-generation? • Wiki Learning project in which teachers and students edit and create articles in Wikipedia. • Peer-to-peer learning at different levels and in different environments. Classroom: with more advanced students and in teams for documentary research. Wikipedia: students discuss with the wikipedians community about the students’ work. Evaluation: the global community rate contents.
  50. 50. Community of learning of creators • Can a community of creators support beginners’ permanent learning? • Scratch is a programming language developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group from MIT Media Lab Scratch. It has been especially designed for children and teenagers aged 8-16. • “Scratch Online Community” defines itself as ‘a creative learning community with 9,611,672 of shared projects.’ It is used in more than 150 countries and it is available in more than 40 languages.
  51. 51. TASK: create pedagogical models to take advantage of distributed cognition network,+de+A.+Rodin
  52. 52. 'Tactics and Strategy' by Mario Benedetti My tactic is to look at you To learn how you are Love you as you are My tactic is to talk to you And listen to you And construct with words An indestructible bridge My tactic is to stay in your memory, I don't know how Nor with what pretext But stay within you My tactic is to be honest And know you are too And that we don't sell each other illusions So that between us there is no curtain or abyss My strategy instead is Deeper and simpler. My strategy is that some day I don't know how, nor with what pretext That finally you need me. -- Mario Benedetti (translated by Chris Kraul)
  53. 53. Cristóbal Suárez Guerrero Departament de Didàctica i Organització Escolar Universitat de València València - España