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Technology Enhanced Learning from ILA 2011

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Technology Enhanced Learning from ILA 2011

Nellie Deutsch (Phoenix University) invited me to join a panel discussion about technology enhanced learning and to give a short talk at the International Leadership Association conference in London.

My colleagues and co-presenters on the panel were: Nellie, Hank Radda, Grand Canyon University; James Gritton, University of Greenwich; Amy Tucker, Thompson Rivers University and Maggie McPherson, University of Leeds.

Nellie Deutsch (Phoenix University) invited me to join a panel discussion about technology enhanced learning and to give a short talk at the International Leadership Association conference in London.

My colleagues and co-presenters on the panel were: Nellie, Hank Radda, Grand Canyon University; James Gritton, University of Greenwich; Amy Tucker, Thompson Rivers University and Maggie McPherson, University of Leeds.

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  1. 1. Leading the Transition From the Comfort Zone of Traditional Education to the Risky Zone of Technology Enhanced Learning West, J. (2011, October). Leading the Transition From the Comfort Zone of Traditional Education to the Risky Zone of Technology Enhanced Learning Panel Discussion, presented at the 13th annual conference of the International Leadership Association,  One Planet, Many Worlds: Remapping the Purposes of Leadership , London, UK.
  2. 2. Leadership Practice Pedagogy Technology
  3. 4. Pedagogy Technology
  4. 6. Before and After <ul><li>Clip 1 = speaking task lesson 1 </li></ul><ul><li>Clip 2 = speaking task lesson 6 </li></ul><ul><li>Total = 18 hours of study </li></ul>http:// languagesoutthere.podomatic.com
  5. 7. Leadership <ul><li>S ocial – personal learning network </li></ul><ul><li>A utonomy – teaches a process </li></ul><ul><li>F lexibility – files, delivery & platforms </li></ul><ul><li>E vidence – analyse , reflect & share audio/video </li></ul>
  6. 8. References: Case Study, Jane, Chinese (27) – Languages Out There 2010 http:// languagesoutthere.podomatic.com / Case Study, Waldek, Polish (29) – Languages Out There 2010 http:// languagesoutthere.podomatic.com / Teaching and Learning English Using Social Media and Social Interaction, Languages Out There 2010 - http://www.languagesoutthere.com/articles/teach-learn-english-social-media-social-interaction

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  • Come from languages – 10 years on one project that has changed and developed into tech project. Tech, Materials/process, Does it work, How to support people…lead them, teacher as leader of different kind
  • My tools – KISS  universal files formats/easy to use platforms, simple use of cloud.
  • How do we create design courses/materials for this environment and how would they work?
  • Demo listen – used pdf, mp3, facebook and skype…that’s all. Process in materials.
  • My results – audio clip 2 mins 45 secs
  • Leadership Outcomes Social – we learn with and from interaction and support of others Autonomy – tech needs to be intuitive as does the learning process supported by the course materials/objectives Flexibiity – keep to simple universal file formats and platforms for sharing and collaborating Evidence – get a tangible outcome from each learning experience or task that can be easily shared and commented upon by everyone connected to the group…hard practical evidence is trackable (formal assessment) but crucially it empowers and builds confidence as progress is easy for all to see and hear.

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