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NMTIE 2013

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Adventures in Innovative Learning Design

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NMTIE 2013

  1. 1. + Adventures in Innovative Learning Design Presented by Dr. Julia Parra For NMTIE 2013
  2. 2. + Talking  Tech Points Trends  Designing for Online/Blended Collaboration  Toolkits  Collaborative Classrooms  HyFlex Course Design for Democratic Course Design  Technology-Based Pedagogical Strategy – Developing Personal Learning Networks  Implications Spaces for Designing Physical Learning
  3. 3. + Technology Trends Impacting Education Wordle word cloud created image retrieved with permission on April 25, 2013 from https://www.facebook.com/TheNMCHorizonProject
  4. 4. + Designing for Collaboration  Collaborative Group Work is an important process for learners to engage in.  Many would however, note the challenges of CGW. Especially when taken online!  Designing with CGW and inherent challenges in mind, can make the difference.  Consider Phases, Scaffolding, and Technology for Collaboration (PSTC) model.  And there will still be challenges!
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  6. 6. + Toolkits Instructor  LMS – Canvas, Moodle; Webconferencing Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, Skype; Content Creation - Google Docs, YouTube, Screencast-o-matic, Tellagami, Voki, SoundCloud, Wordle, Twitter; PBWorks, Scoop.it, Storify Learners’ Starter Toolkit  LMS – Canvas (set up profile); Webconferencing Adobe Connect, Skype; Other -Twitter For more tools, see http://bit.ly/julztoolz
  7. 7. + Collaborative Course Design Abdelmalak, M. (2013). Dissertation.
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  9. 9. + HyFlex Course Design HyFlex design combines faceto-face and online approaches to teaching and learning with giving students the opportunity to choose to participate face-to-face, online, or both.
  10. 10. + HyFlex Course Design Upon reflection, three reasons framed my decisions toward HyFlex course design: 1. meeting students’ needs, 2. encouraging students to take control of their learning, and 3. demonstrating and modeling the power of online learning technologies. And of course, these three reasons culminate in the overarching goal of increasing student engagement and interaction.
  11. 11. + HyFlex Course Design The HyFlex course design that I used can be discussed using Beatty’s (2007a; 2007b; 2010) four fundamental principles of HyFlex design – student choice, equivalency, reusability, and accessibility.
  12. 12. + Personal Learning Networks You have always had a personal learning network. It includes the people and the resources that help inform you about your interests and profession. The way we access those people and resources has changed or can change based on the new technologies available to use. You have an opportunity in this course to think about this and perhaps expand your PLN.
  13. 13. + Implications for Designing Physical Learning Spaces HyFlex and Collaborative Learning could take place in more innovative physical learning spaces…
  14. 14. + EDLT 570/672 Learning Design & Technology Collaborative Co-Design, HyFlex, PSTC Model, PLN and more converge in this course.
  15. 15. + Contact Info and Resources julia.parra@gmail.com 575-646-4066 Skype: desertjul http://juliaparra.com

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