Self-Directed Learning Material

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Self-Directed Learning Material

  1. 1. Self-Directed Learning Material or: How to write good learning material? Robert Lehmann robert@opentechschool.org
  2. 2. ed-tech amnesia Audrey Watters: "The Audrey Test": Or, What Should Every Techie Know About Education? http://hackeducation.com/2012/03/17/what-every-techie-should-know-about-education/
  3. 3. We don’t know shit.We don’t know shit. Disclaimer
  4. 4. I don’t know shit.I don’t know shit. Disclaimer
  5. 5. Bloom’s taxonomy Constructivism peer instruction project-based learning extrinsic motivation Common Core Self-Efficacy K-12 education failure narrative drama in education standardized testing I don’t know shit.I don’t know shit. Bloom’s taxonomy Constructivism peer instruction project-based learning extrinsic motivation Common Core Self-Efficacy K-12 education failure narrative drama in education standardized testingDisclaimer
  6. 6. I don’t know shit.I don’t know shit. Disclaimer
  7. 7. OpenTechSchool
  8. 8. programming workshops collaborative writing ◾ hands-on coaching
  9. 9. © 2010 by A. T. Bens, http://www.flickr.com/photos/atibens/4540901473/ collaborate
  10. 10. tutorials references© http://blogbr.ecglobal.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/mortal-kombat-vs-street-fighter.jpg
  11. 11. In the end, we’re not building a slideshow, we’re teaching them Javascript. In the end, we’re not building a slideshow, we’re teaching them Javascript. © 2009 by Brant Wilson, http://lostandtaken.com/blog/2009/2/9/24-ripped-paper-textures-for-web-design.html — Tiffany Conroy about Javascript for Absolute Beginners
  12. 12. The with construct is the preferred way of reading and writing files. The with construct is the preferred way of reading and writing files. © 2009 by Brant Wilson, http://lostandtaken.com/blog/2009/2/9/24-ripped-paper-textures-for-web-design.html — Jonathan Whitmore on Data Processing with Python, #6
  13. 13. system images
  14. 14. © 2008 by Nic McPee, http://www.flickr.com/photos/nicmcphee/2756494307/ write
  15. 15. small increments copy paste achieve it believe it
  16. 16. Draw a rectangle.
  17. 17. turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) Draw a rectangle.
  18. 18. Draw a rectangle. Draw three rectangles. turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90)
  19. 19. turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) Draw a rectangle. Draw three rectangles. turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90)
  20. 20. turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) Draw a rectangle. Draw three rectangles. Make the rectangles twice as large. turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90)
  21. 21. for i in range(3): for j in range(4): turtle.forward(50) turtle.right(90) Draw a rectangle. Draw three rectangles. Make the rectangles twice as large.
  22. 22. translate © 2009 by Elisabeth Skene, http://www.flickr.com/photos/skene/3874882162/
  23. 23. remember this talk:
  24. 24. one of the coolest successes we've had is getting translations from others … e.g, the Spanish translation … was given to us almost out of the blue one of the coolest successes we've had is getting translations from others … e.g, the Spanish translation … was given to us almost out of the blue © 2009 by Brant Wilson, http://lostandtaken.com/blog/2009/2/9/24-ripped-paper-textures-for-web-design.html — Matthew Iversen about using Transifex for Python for beginners
  25. 25. :role:'text' makes little Sphinx cry
  26. 26. ‫ﻓﮭم‬
  27. 27. teach
  28. 28. © 2009 by Christy Jesse, http://walen.se/sprites/?level=picture&id=964
  29. 29. this is not a burning pear
  30. 30. http://opentechschool.github.io/⏎ slides/presentations/coaching/ thanks to Matthew Iversen, Tiffany Conroy, Fabian Fabian, and Andreas Hug for their input use Sphinx more of these events! don’t teach dogmatically goals & non-goals feel the pain coaching guidelines Robert Lehmann: Self-Directed Learning Material @rlehmann robertlehmann.de slides.opentechschool.org hands-on

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