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Global Quality Challenges for Quality in Open Online Learning

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Presentation of Professor Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, from Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Karlsruhe, Germany at the EDEN Special Interest Group (SIG) on Technology Enabled Learning (TEL) and Quality Enhancement (QE) webinar on 7 December 2017

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Global Quality Challenges for Quality in Open Online Learning

  1. 1. Prof. Dr. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers Baden-Wurttemberg Cooperative State University European Association for Institutes of Higher Education Global Quality Challenges for Quality in Open Online Learning EDEN Network of Academic Professionals Webinar
  2. 2. Pixabay.com
  3. 3. Learning Society Digitali- sation Disassociation Selforganisation Lifelong Learning Permeability Sequentiality Individualisation/ Diversity Higher- Edu- cation
  4. 4. Will the digital turn be a technical or an eductaional revolution?
  5. 5. How to deal with openess?
  6. 6. How to create a suitable blend of institutional forms?
  7. 7. How to achieve permeability?
  8. 8. A Thought Experiment... A school beginner in September 2016... • ... finishes 2020 primary school • ... gradutaes from high school in 2028 • ... receives his bachelor degree in 2031 • ... and his Master in 2033 • ...starts to work... 10
  9. 9. An Agenda of Quality Challenges in Higher Education 1. Innovation & Employability (The Competence Quest) 2. Access & Inclusion 3. Individualisation & Diversity 4. Flexibilisation 5. Digitalisation
  10. 10. Higher Education Competence describe the ability to act self-organised, successfully in an unknown, complex future. Knowing-in-Action Reflection-in-Action Reflection on Reflection-in-Action Higher Education as Reflection-Laboratory (Schön 1983, 1986) Implicit Action-Knowledge Ad-Hoc Strategies Development of ind. Action Theories Professionality Competence Responsibility Action Adequacy Abilities Will Knowledge Apply Information Connect (Wildt 2006) (Erpenbeck 2005)
  11. 11. Teaching Strategies Transfer Tutor/in Coach Facts („know-that“) Procedures („know-how“) Social Practices („knowing-in-action“) Transmission Dialogue Interaction Knowledge, Remenbering Doing, Problemsolving Reflective Action, innovation Teaching I Teaching II Teaching III Steering Enabling (Baumgartner 2004) (Reinmann 2005)
  12. 12. An Agenda of Quality Challenges in Higher Education 1. Innovation & Employability (The Competence Quest) 2. Access & Inclusion 3. Individualisation & Diversity 4. Flexibilisation 5. Digitalisation
  13. 13. Anno 1088 http://isdsbologna2013.org/blog/location/bologna/#!prettyPhoto-205/0/ Exclusively for the chosen few...
  14. 14. Anno 1965 http://www.rd.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/imperia/md/images/rd/plasma/news/luftbild_rub_s__dwest.jpg Industrialisation, Massification, Standardisation
  15. 15. Anno 2004 http://web.mit.edu/jsaa/www/photos/stata.jpg Postmodern, Individualised, Disaggregated
  16. 16. The career of an idea in higher Education ... Where does that leave us? • The traditional model: Exclusively for few chosen. • The modern (massification) model: Standard model for masses. • The post-modern model: Individualised and diversified HE (Rip and Mix Approach/ Patchwork)
  17. 17. An Agenda of Quality Challenges in Higher Education 1. Innovation & Employability (The Competence Quest) 2. Access & Inclusion 3. Individualisation & Diversity 4. Flexibilisation 5. Digitalisation
  18. 18. 1. Individualized Learning: Drivers and Larger Context Modernization of the World of Work Flexibilisation of the World of Education Lifelong Learning
  19. 19. 2. Permeability: Higher Education Blend Post-Secondary Education STRUCTURE • Vocational Education and Training • Higher Education • Lifelong Learning • Formal • Informal
  20. 20. 3. Extended Recognition Practice Recognition of Programs of HEIs 25
  21. 21. Provision Learning Resources Assessment Certification of LO «Traditional» Educational Provision
  22. 22. Provision Learning Resources Assessment Certification of LO Unbundled Educational Provision «Unbundled» edX + PearsonUnis Unis
  23. 23. 28 Recognition of Open Learning?
  24. 24. Brandnew Initiatives... Microdegrees Nanodegrees (MicroHE & OEPass)
  25. 25. An Agenda of Quality Challenges in Higher Education 1. Innovation & Employability (The Competence Quest) 2. Access & Inclusion 3. Individualisation & Diversity 4. Flexibilisation 5. Digitalisation
  26. 26. (Digital) Import of Curriculum 31
  27. 27. Flexible Pathways/ Curricula 32
  28. 28. An Agenda of Quality Challenges in Higher Education 1. Innovation & Employability (The Competence Quest) 2. Access & Inclusion 3. Individualisation & Diversity 4. Flexibilisation 5. Digitalisation
  29. 29. Digital What is a convincing digital agenda for eductaional institutions? http://images.google.de/imgres?imgurl=http://www.dhbw- vs.de/fileadmin/content/101_HEADER_BILDER/02_Header_Bilder_Unterseiten/
  30. 30. Everywhere What do we do in the classroom? http://images.google.de/imgres?imgurl=http://www.dhbw- vs.de/fileadmin/content/101_HEADER_BILDER/02_Header_Bilder_Unterseiten/
  31. 31. Learning Community
  32. 32. Learner generated
  33. 33. Open
  34. 34. The Digital Myth With E-Learning and availability of (OE)resources learning will improve!
  35. 35. Open Education Practice
  36. 36. Learning Society Digitali- sation Disassociation Selforganisation Lifelong Learning Permeability Sequentiality Individualisation/ Diversity Higher- Edu- cation
  37. 37. Videos, Papers, Writing: www.ulf-ehlers.net
  38. 38. ehlers@dhbw-karlsruhe.de Baden-Wurttemberg Cooperative State University European Association for Institutes of higher Education www.ulf-ehlers.net Thank you for your attention!

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