In recovery

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Third of three slide decks for a flipped keynote presentation at the SEDA UK conference, November 2014. This looks at how we might 'recover' from the impacts of digital technology in education, and in particular what our responsibilities are as educational developers.

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In recovery

  1. 1. Post = ‘in recovery from’ the Digital Helen Beetham, November 2014
  2. 2. Post = ‘in recovery from’ the Digital Helen Beetham, November 2014 CC Perry McKenna: https://www.flickr.com/photos/63567936@N00/4585933619/
  3. 3. How do we minimise digital vulnerabilities? ‣ Help learners move from closed → open digital spaces in their own time (walled garden, paths out) ‣ Model and nurture awareness, robustness and mutual care in digital spaces ‣ Put in place measures to redress digital disadvantage ‣ Explore but be alert for unintended consequences of open, borderless, ‘bring your own’ practices ‣ Ensure learners own their data
  4. 4. How do we minimise digital vulnerabilities? CC Pam Fray: http://www.geograph.org.uk/profile/18934 ‣ Help learners move from closed → open digital spaces in their own time (walled garden, paths out) ‣ Model and nurture awareness, robustness and mutual care in digital spaces ‣ Put in place measures to redress digital disadvantage ‣ Explore but be alert for unintended consequences of open, borderless, ‘bring your own’ practices ‣ Ensure learners own their data
  5. 5. How do we develop critical digital literacy? ‣ Offer alternative approaches to academic tasks: assess a variety of outcomes ‣ Accept different attitudes to tech. including scepticism ‣ Encourage debate of current issues that involve the impacts of digital tech. ‣ Explore current developments in content, context, method (practice) and/or theory, and their implications more ideas here:
  6. 6. How do we get over our digital obsessions?
  7. 7. How do we get over our digital obsessions? ‣ Ask what contribution digital tools, resources and methods make to other agendas in education, such as: ‣ sustainability... inclusivity... global citizenship... employability... equality...
  8. 8. Over to you...

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