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From Non- and Informal Learning to Documented Co-Learning - Teemu Leinonen #eden18

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Presentation shared by author at the 2018 EDEN Annual Conference "Exploring the Micro, Meso and Macro -
Navigating between dimensions in the digital learning landscape" held on 17-20 June, 2018 in Genova, Italy.
Find out more on #eden18 here: http://www.eden-online.org/2018_genova/

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From Non- and Informal Learning to Documented Co-Learning - Teemu Leinonen #eden18

  1. 1. Teemu Leinonen Aalto Media Lab Aalto University Finland From non- and informal learning to documented co-learning
  2. 2. Teemu Leinonen education / learning science > New Media > design > design methodology Designer and researcher Educator Aalto Media Lab Associate Professor Learning Environments research group www.teemuleinonen.fi
  3. 3. <!-- joke starts -->
  4. 4. [phone rings]
  5. 5. “If it is Pavlov. We are not here!”
  6. 6. Reflection. Self-regulation.
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  8. 8. From non- and informal learning to documented co-learning Teemu Leinonen Aalto Media Lab Aalto University Finland
  9. 9. Three Things to Think 1. Metamedia and the changing world 2. Formal / Non-Formal / Informal Learning 3. Tools for Documented Co-Learning
  10. 10. Three Things to Think 1. Metamedia and the changing world 2. Formal / Non-Formal / Informal Learning 3. Tools for Documented Co-Learning
  11. 11. 1991
  12. 12. Metamedia 1. Imitates all earlier forms of media 2. Programmable and runs algorithms 3. Remembers everything and is ubiquitous
  13. 13. 2015
  14. 14. 2017
  15. 15. 2017
  16. 16. Three Things to Think 1. Metamedia and the changing world 2. Formal / Non-Formal / Informal Learning 3. Tools for Documented Co-Learning
  17. 17. Three Things to Think 1. Metamedia and the changing world 2. Formal / Non-Formal / Informal Learning 3. Tools for Documented Co-Learning
  18. 18. Context Formal Non-Formal Informal Institutions All the rest (more and more on Internet) Work + GLAMs + NGOs
  19. 19. Context Formal Non-Formal Informal Power and Control Institutions All the rest (more and more on Internet) Curriculum & Degrees Pseudo- voluntary Voluntary (or not ?) Work + GLAMs + NGOs
  20. 20. Context Formal Non-Formal Informal Power and Control Regulation Institutions All the rest (more and more on Internet) Curriculum & Degrees Pseudo- voluntary Voluntary (or not ?) Directives, laws, degree regulations Sociocultural context Self- regulation Work + GLAMs + NGOs
  21. 21. Context Formal Non-Formal Informal Power and Control Regulation Institutions All the rest (more and more on Internet) Curriculum & Degrees Pseudo- voluntary Voluntary (or not ?) Directives, laws, degree regulations Sociocultural context Self- regulation Work + GLAMs + NGOs
  22. 22. Context Formal Non-Formal Informal Power and Control Regulation Institutions All the rest (more and more on Internet) Curriculum & Degrees Pseudo- voluntary Voluntary (or not ?) Directives, laws, degree regulations Sociocultural context Self- regulation Work + GLAMs + NGOs
  23. 23. Three Things to Think 1. Metamedia and the changing world 2. Formal / Non-Formal / Informal Learning 3. Tools for Documented Co-Learning
  24. 24. Three Things to Think 1. Metamedia and the changing world 2. Formal / Non-Formal / Informal Learning 3. Tools for Documented Co-Learning
  25. 25. Practices and situations.
  26. 26. pedagogy statement learner-centered collaborative progressive inquiry = students behaving like experts.
  27. 27. internet-based networks growing computing capacity automation and robotics (AI) Technology mega-trends
  28. 28. Learning mega-trends formal and informal learning social environments analytics, self-regulated learning (SRL) and reflection
  29. 29. internet- based networks formal and informal learning social environments analytics, SRL and reflection growing computing capacity automation and robotics (AI)
  30. 30. formal and informal learning social environments analytics, SRL and reflection audio and video recording locations and moves tracking communication recoding
  31. 31. formal and informal learning social environments analytics, SRL and reflection audio and video recording locations and moves tracking communication recoding
  32. 32. formal and informal learning social environments analytics, SRL and reflection audio and video recording face and voice recognition sentiment analytics locations and moves tracking statistics and (voice to) text analytics emotion tracking communication recoding
  33. 33. documented co-learning formal and informal learning social environments analytics, SRL and reflection
  34. 34. automated learning portfolios / badges / degrees formal and informal learning social environments analytics, SRL and reflection
  35. 35. Prototypes
  36. 36. Mobile Learning in a community of practice Prototype: Ach So! More information: https://achso.aalto.fi/achso/
  37. 37. Prototype: Social Augmented Reality (SoAR) Augmented Reality in informal learning More information: https://soar.aalto.fi/
  38. 38. Prototype: Webdialogos Fishbowl videoconference for flipped-classroom More information: http://webdialogos.fi (soon)
  39. 39. audio and video recording face and voice recognition sentiment analytics statistics and (voice to) text analytics emotion tracking communication recoding Data for reflection and self-regulation locations and moves tracking
  40. 40. Reflection. Self-regulation.
  41. 41. Thank you. !
  42. 42. ? Thank you.
  43. 43. Durall, E., Leinonen, T., Gros, B., & Rodriguez-Kaarto, T. (2017). Reflection in Learning through a Self-monitoring Device: Design Research on EEG Self-Monitoring during a Study Session. Designs for Learning, 9(1). Pejoska-Laajola, J., Reponen, S., Virnes, M., & Leinonen, T. (2017). Mobile augmented communication for remote collaboration in a physical work context. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 33(6). Leinonen, T., Keune, A., Veermans, M., & Toikkanen, T. (2016). Mobile apps for reflection in learning: A design research in K‐12 education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 47(1), 184-202. Pejoska, J., Bauters, M., Purma, J., & Leinonen, T. (2016). Social augmented reality: Enhancing context‐dependent communication and informal learning at work. British Journal of Educational Technology, 47(3), 474-483. Virnes, M., Purma, J., Bauters, M., & Leinonen, T. (2015). Creating and Sharing Knowledge Through Experiences: A Case Study with Ach so! in Healthcare Education. In Design for Teaching and Learning in a Networked World (pp. 642-645). Springer, Cham. Gazulla, E. D., & Leinonen, T. (2016). Why do we want data for learning? Learning analytics and the laws of media. In The Future of Ubiquitous Learning (pp. 59-72). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Bauters, M., Purma, J., & Leinonen, T. (2014). In-time on-place learning. In 10th International Conference on Mobile Learning 2014. IADIS Press. Leinonen, T., Purrna, J., Ngua, K., & Hayes, A. (2013, June). Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing. In Technology and Society (ISTAS), 2013 IEEE International Symposium on (pp. 59-71). IEEE. Leinonen, T. (2012). Towards p2p learning: What media and whose peer. Towards peer- production in public services: Cases from Finland, 51-59. References
  44. 44. Slide 7: By Giulia [CC BY-SA 2.5 (https///creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], from Wikimedia Commons 2 Slide 8: [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Photo Credits

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