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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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Connected Pedagogy - Learning and Teaching in the digital age - Steve Wheeler #eden19

  1. 1. Connected Pedagogy Learning and Teaching in the digital age Steve Wheeler @SteveWheeler EDEN 2019, Bruges
  2. 2. EDEN 1996, Poitiers
  3. 3. EDEN 2005, Helsinki Photo by Steve Wheeler
  4. 4. EDEN 2008, Lisbon Photo by Steve Wheeler
  5. 5. EDEN 2017, Jönköping Photo by Steve Wheeler
  6. 6. EDEN 2017, Jönköping 2011, Dublin EDEN Fellows
  7. 7. 1970
  8. 8. 1995University of the Second Chance
  9. 9. How will pedagogy change?
  10. 10. Wearable Web Vision Enhancement Ubiquitous connection Memory Extension The Quantified Self Augmented Reality Hololens 2 Images from BBC News
  11. 11. ‘Pilot’ in-ear translator
  12. 12. Digital Cultural Capital Image source: Pixabay “Where digital communication has fractured the tyranny of distance, and computers have become pervasive and ubiquitous, identification through digital mediation has become the new cultural capital”. Wheeler (2009) Membership of ‘the Tribe’’ Digital Cultural Capital
  13. 13. Students taking notes Photo: Lori Cullen
  14. 14. "I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.” Woodrow Wilson
  15. 15. Community... ...has been defined as a group of interacting people living in a common location. In the digital age, common location is not so important. Digital Tribes
  16. 16. Connections - Sharing ccSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2010
  17. 17. Image source:
  18. 18. Academic Interests Peer Culture Connected Learning Ito, et al (2013)
  19. 19. Design principles of the Connected Learning Model Shared purpose Learning and relationships thrive when there are common goals and interests. Production centred Learning occurs through producing, which includes creating and sharing media, remixing, commenting, designing, making something, experimenting, etc. Open networks Learning occurs when there are strong connections between people within a space. Social media expand our personal networks by making experts and peers more accessible. Adapted from Zywica (2013)
  20. 20. Beyond my reach for now What I can learn with help (ZPD) ZPD and Scaffolding What I can learn on my own Technology and toolsKnowledgeable others Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
  21. 21. Julius Yego – Gold Medal – Javelin World Championships 2017 Image source: Wikimedia C
  22. 22. Learning 2.0 Tools Collaborating Sharing Voting Networking User generated content Architecture of participation Tagging Graphic concept by Steve Wheeler
  23. 23. Social Media gives everyone a voice in the community
  24. 24. Story telling – probably the most important cultural artefact
  25. 25. #blimage #twistedpair Photo by Steve Wheeler Digital Totems #edenchat
  26. 26. Communities of Learning Photo by Steve Wheeler
  27. 27. Photo by Steve Wheeler Professional Learning Networks
  28. 28. Photo by Steve Wheeler Professional Learning Networks
  29. 29. Photo by Steve Wheeler Professional Learning Networks
  30. 30. Photo by Steve Wheeler Professional Learning Networks
  31. 31. Photo by Steve Wheeler Professional Learning Networks
  32. 32. Un able Questions
  33. 33. ‘I store my knowledge with my friends.’ Connectivism Paragogy Distributed Cognition
  34. 34. Crowdsourcing Learning: Building a PLNPhoto by Steve Wheeler
  35. 35. “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
  36. 36. Image source: Wikimedia Commons
  37. 37. Photo by Steve Wheeler Learning Unlearning Relearning
  38. 38. 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?
  39. 39. Thank you W: E: B: T: @SteveWheeler Photo by Steve Wheeler