Connected Pedagogy - Learning and Teaching in the digital age - Steve Wheeler #eden19
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Presentation shared by author at the 2019 EDEN Annual Conference "Connecting through Educational Technology" held on 16-19 June, 2019 in Bruges, Belgium.
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12. Digital Cultural Capital
Image source: Pixabay
fractured the tyranny of
distance, and computers
have become pervasive and
through digital mediation
has become the new
of ‘the Tribe’’
Digital Cultural Capital
20. Design principles of the
Connected Learning Model
Learning and relationships thrive when
there are common goals and interests.
Learning occurs through producing,
which includes creating and sharing
media, remixing, commenting, designing,
making something, experimenting, etc.
Learning occurs when there are strong
connections between people within a
space. Social media expand our personal
networks by making experts and peers
Adapted from Zywica (2013)
21. Beyond my reach for now
What I can learn with help
ZPD and Scaffolding
What I can
learn on my
Technology and toolsKnowledgeable others
Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
22. Julius Yego – Gold Medal – Javelin World Championships 2017 Image source: Wikimedia C
36. “This is not the wisdom of the crowd, but the
wisdom of someone in the crowd. It’s not that
the network itself is smart; it’s that the
individuals get smarter because they’re
connected to the network.” – Steven Johnson
39. 3 key challenges for all of us
1. What can we teach that will never go out of date,
and that will create constant wonder in the minds
of our students?
2. How will we capitalise on, rather than negate, the
potential of students' personal devices?
3. How can we leverage existing connectedness to
create new and dynamic learning environments,
so that students learn how to be digital citizens?