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Engage. Excite. Empower. e-Learning as powerful learning

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This presentation accompanied my keynote at the Digital Daze one day conference on 17 August 2012.

This is part of the Blended e-Learning/ICTPD programme from Te Toi Tupu, on behalf of the Ministry of Education.

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Engage. Excite. Empower. e-Learning as powerful learning

  1. 1. engage, excite, empower e-Learning as powerful learning
  2. 2. No hea au?
  3. 3. Mihis at Melville Image: by luc legay
  4. 4. Mihis at Melville Image: by luc legay
  5. 5. Mihis at Melville Image: by luc legay
  6. 6. What do we value?
  7. 7. Thriving in a digital world YouTube source: Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner | MacArthur Foundation
  8. 8. Thriving in a digital world YouTube source: Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner | MacArthur Foundation
  9. 9. Thriving in a digital world YouTube source: Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner | MacArthur Foundation
  10. 10. What do you notice? Image: Copyright 1995-2002 The Denver Public Library, the Colorado Historical Society, or the Denver Art Museum
  11. 11. what is e-learning? “...learning and teaching that is facilitated by or supported through the appropriate use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). “
  12. 12. e- le a rning in t he cl assro o m WHAT we learn learning areasAppropriate Content& authentic ICT choice higher-order enabling content & pedagogy in Technology& Pedagogy& new ways HOW we learn collaborative, akō, co-constructed context
  13. 13. What’s the point?  What if ....schools do not strategically integrate digital technologies? Source: alubavin
  14. 14. what’s the point? Opportunity toAccess participateInclusionEquity New pathways to newEngagement knowledgethroughpriorknowledge Civic engagement Source: wakingphotolife
  15. 15. what’s the point? Opportunity toAccess participateInclusionEquity New pathways to newEngagement knowledgethroughpriorknowledge Civic engagement Source: wakingphotolife
  16. 16. A st o r y of engagem en t http://blog.core-ed.org/blog/2012/03/a-blog-an-iphone-a-school-visit-and-its-impact.html
  17. 17. A st o r y of engagem en t http://blog.core-ed.org/blog/2012/03/a-blog-an-iphone-a-school-visit-and-its-impact.html
  18. 18. Engage• Inclusion• Personalise• Offer creative pathways• Bring in prior knowledge & culture• Connect with whānau
  19. 19. Story of excitement ‘Watch the world’ - Robbie Dingo | ‘Starry Night over the Rhone - Van Gogh
  20. 20. Story of excitement ‘Watch the world’ - Robbie Dingo | ‘Starry Night over the Rhone - Van Gogh
  21. 21. Excite!• New ways to experience and express ideas• Connecting with others• Exploring new knowledge• Authentic contexts Allanah King via the VLN
  22. 22. Stories of empowerment NeverSeconds blog (Martha); Tavi Gevinson, ‘Style Rookie’; Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  23. 23. Stories of empowerment NeverSeconds blog (Martha); Tavi Gevinson, ‘Style Rookie’; Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  24. 24. Stories of empowerment NeverSeconds blog (Martha); Tavi Gevinson, ‘Style Rookie’; Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  25. 25. Stories of empowerment NeverSeconds blog (Martha); Tavi Gevinson, ‘Style Rookie’; Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  26. 26. Stories of empowerment NeverSeconds blog (Martha); Tavi Gevinson, ‘Style Rookie’; Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  27. 27. Stories of empowerment NeverSeconds blog (Martha); Tavi Gevinson, ‘Style Rookie’; Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  28. 28. Stories of empowerment NeverSeconds blog (Martha); Tavi Gevinson, ‘Style Rookie’; Fraser High’s Passionfruit project
  29. 29. Empower?• Self-publish using social tools• Exploit mobile technologies• Create personal spaces and places• Autonomy & controlDeliberately design for this
  30. 30. YOU design the learning WHAT we learn learning areasAppropriate Content& authentic ICT choice higher-order enabling content & pedagogy in Technology& Pedagogy& new ways HOW we learn collaborative, akō, co-constructed context
  31. 31. What is ‘success’...and how do you know?• Engaged & motivated - prior knowledge & culture• Collaborative, connected & actively participating• Shifts in skills and understanding• Scaffolded and differentiated• Creative ways to make & create meaning
  32. 32. Top tips• Don’t try to keep up• Do play• Do trial - deliberately inquire• Focus on students’ needs• Review impact of what you do• Connect to others > www.elearning.tki.org
  33. 33. A takeaway that suits you One action that you will take away from here today.....www.elearning.tki.org. nz

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