Case Studies: Using Moodle for Collaborative    Learning with University and Senior Secondary    Students in Western Austr...
AUTHORSMark PaynterIntegrated Human Studies &Centre for Excellence in Natural Resource ManagementAlbany WAPaynter80@gmail....
PRESENTATION OUTLINE• Introduction:        Research Interest and Context - Futures Education and        Western Australia•...
Posted July 18, 2012 White-breasted wood swallows sit together on a branch of a Myall tree on a coldmorning in Roxby Downs...
The University of Western Australia
The University of Western Australia
Case Study One: Post Graduate University Course                Integrated Human Studies                                   ...
VIDEO LINK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAa-7x9gimc&feature=player_embedded                                            ...
Case Study One: Research• Research was undertaken to gauge the effectiveness of Moodle in  achieving aims of the universit...
CASE STUDY 2: SECONDARY SCHOOL COLLABORATION & MOODLE          GIFTED                                                     ...
VIDEO CONFERENCE & LMS FACILITIES             Microphone                                                    Camera 2      ...
VIDEO CONFERENCE & LMS FACILITIESCamera 2                                           Extended Area                         ...
The University of Western Australia
Case Study 2 Research:Secondary Schools on Moodle and other ICT use• Moodle (or other learning management systems) were us...
Further Collaboration:           University with Secondary Schools• Secondary school economics students have already engag...
CONCLUSIONhttp://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/                                    The University of Western Australia
CONCLUSIONEducation is responding to meet the challenges of the 21stcentury and examples include hose described:-• a unive...
http://www.abc.net.au/news/                              The University of Western Australia
http://www.abc.net.au/news/                              The University of Western Australia
http://www.abc.net.au/news/                              The University of Western Australia
http://www.abc.net.au/news/                              The University of Western Australia
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THE MEGAPROBLEMS OF THE 21ST CENTURYEXCESSIVE POPULATION GROWTHWorld population may grow to 8.9 billion people, with a gro...
THE MEGAPROBLEMS OF THE 21ST CENTURY (cont)NON-STATE ACTORS WITH EXTREME WEAPONSNuclear or biological weapons are becoming...
THE MEGAPROBLEMS OF THE 21ST CENTURY (cont)PANDEMICS AIDSis continuing to spread. Infectious pandemics could spread at uns...
FUTURES EDUCATIONhttp://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/                                           The University of Western Aus...
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  • Key slides ..what is the point of the confference engageExcite my raeenegage ad help each other…
  • Regional schools…particular problems…remote..blend …teaching methodoldy..players ..maths…complex situation…Coommunity …gel …MoodleOther things…vidoe conferencing….synchronising…video side idea…discussion later…most imortant Moodle and 21stCeturyUiand schools and combination of the two.
  • Moodle lends itself to VC .link to reseacrh question…Maria
  • Sec schools -research…..paper undr reviewMoodle has done well.Interested were ready for 21st C curricuumACARA and direction..ready for it?CoulldModdle be a unifying method..Reasearach…are intersted in the futuere..ICT skills ..were doing or not….ready belief for ore, could do it, more support needed, but ..Moodle support be of value…I thnk …thoughts for PhD..would Moodle support ….
  • Thtesis …all about taking ..futuers studieseducationinstsacrooss ..use MOOdle as a unifying force…Leave at this slide..Go away with the idea…link…Oxforduniversity….humanity technology..collaboration…Moodle to achieve this end…what do you think????Prepared for it ot to work…no response….Ask questions….hear about other sec/uni…experiences with MoodelCollaborative…research possibility12 mins presentation…
  • Quick quiz….dots and yellow paper…Emma
  • Case Studies: Using Moodle for Collaborative Learning with University and Senior Secondary Students

    1. Case Studies: Using Moodle for Collaborative Learning with University and Senior Secondary Students in Western AustraliaMOODLE RESEARCH CONFERENCE14 -15 SEPTEMBER 2012 The University of Western Australia
    2. AUTHORSMark PaynterIntegrated Human Studies &Centre for Excellence in Natural Resource ManagementAlbany WAPaynter80@gmail.comNeville BruceIntegrated Human Studies ConvenorPerth WANeville.Bruce@uwa.edu.au The University of Western Australia
    3. PRESENTATION OUTLINE• Introduction: Research Interest and Context - Futures Education and Western Australia• Case Study One: Moodle in Integrated Human Studies at the University• Case Study Two: Moodle in a Regional Cluster of Secondary Schools• Further Development: University and Secondary School Collaboration Using Moodle• Conclusion and Questions The University of Western Australia
    4. Posted July 18, 2012 White-breasted wood swallows sit together on a branch of a Myall tree on a coldmorning in Roxby Downs, South Australia, July 2012. Morgan Dunn - Moodle – collaboration…Aust …coming togetherhttp://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-07-18/white-breasted-woodswallows-sit-together-in-a-tree/4137588 The University of Western Australia
    5. The University of Western Australia
    6. The University of Western Australia
    7. Case Study One: Post Graduate University Course Integrated Human Studies The University of Western Australia
    8. VIDEO LINK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAa-7x9gimc&feature=player_embedded The University of Western Australia
    9. Case Study One: Research• Research was undertaken to gauge the effectiveness of Moodle in achieving aims of the university courses.• Twenty students participated in the online questionnaire out of the 29 students enrolled.• All 10 students who had used other LMS, regarded Moodle as a superior or as effective as other LMS.• At least 75% of respondents agreed that Moodle enabled communication and collaboration skills to be developed• 90% of students considered that independent learning skills were developed through the use of Moodle. The University of Western Australia
    10. CASE STUDY 2: SECONDARY SCHOOL COLLABORATION & MOODLE GIFTED SENIOR SECONDARY EDUCATION COURSES Mathematics, History, Sciences, Literature, Economics MOODLE MOODLE + VC REGIONAL + VC COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY MOODEL + VC + VC MOODLE GROUPS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLLABORATION North Albany SHS Katanning SHS Mount Barker CC Albany SHS Denmark HS Narrogin SHS The University of Western Australia
    11. VIDEO CONFERENCE & LMS FACILITIES Microphone Camera 2 The University of Western Australia
    12. VIDEO CONFERENCE & LMS FACILITIESCamera 2 Extended Area for online learning tasks or larger groups The University of Western Australia
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    14. Case Study 2 Research:Secondary Schools on Moodle and other ICT use• Moodle (or other learning management systems) were used by over a third (37%) of respondents, with about 14% of the respondents indicating use of more than 5 hours per week.• Almost half of the respondents (46%) indicated that their students were using Moodle or another LMS, with almost a quarter (22%) indicating more than 2 hours use per week.• Not surprisingly a positive correlation between staff personal use and student use in class was found The University of Western Australia
    15. Further Collaboration: University with Secondary Schools• Secondary school economics students have already engaged with university staff to explore futures scenarios.• The Human Biology program over many years had strong collaboration across education sectors.• Moodle is expected to play a crucial role in providing a LMS for shared projects and communication between both staff and students at universities and secondary schools in our project.• The framework by which the project will occur is being developed; progress will be reported on our website: Education for World Futures . The University of Western Australia
    16. CONCLUSIONhttp://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/ The University of Western Australia
    17. CONCLUSIONEducation is responding to meet the challenges of the 21stcentury and examples include hose described:-• a university course• a cluster of secondary schools• future development will include university and school collaboration• Moodle has been shown to be a highly suitable LMS to enable this collaboration and provide a unifying medium.We are interested in learning from others aboutuniversity/school collaboration – at the teacher level, the studentlevel or the organisational level. The University of Western Australia
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    23. THE MEGAPROBLEMS OF THE 21ST CENTURYEXCESSIVE POPULATION GROWTHWorld population may grow to 8.9 billion people, with a growing demand for consumer goods andcarbon-based energy, far exceeding what the planet can handle.WATER SHORTAGESRivers and aquifers are drying up. Many farmers will not have the water essential for foodgrowing. There will be wars over water.DESTRUCTION OF LIFE IN THE OCEANSOnly 10% of edible fish remain in the oceans, and this percentage is rapidly declining.MASS FAMINE IN ILL-ORGANIZED COUNTRIESFarm productivity is declining. Grain will rise in cost. This will harm the poorest countries.THE SPREAD OF DESERTS Soil is being eroded. Deserts are spreading in areasthat used to have good soil and grassland.RUNAWAY COMPUTER INTELLIGENCEComputers will acquire the capability to increase their own intelligence until a chain reactionhappens of machines becoming more intelligent at electronic speed.. The University of Western Australia
    24. THE MEGAPROBLEMS OF THE 21ST CENTURY (cont)NON-STATE ACTORS WITH EXTREME WEAPONSNuclear or biological weapons are becoming easier to build by terrorist organizations, political groups or individuals,who are not acting for a given state.VIOLENT RELIGIOUS EXTREMISMReligious extremism and jihads may become widespread, leading to large numbers of suicide terrorists, and religiouswar between Muslims and Christians.WAR THAT COULD END CIVILIZATIONA global war like World War I or II, conducted with today’s vast number of nuclear weapons and new biologicalweapons, could end civilization. The University of Western Australia
    25. THE MEGAPROBLEMS OF THE 21ST CENTURY (cont)PANDEMICS AIDSis continuing to spread. Infectious pandemics could spread at unstoppable rates, as they have in the past, butnow with the capability to kill enormous numbers of peopleEXTREME POVERTY2 to 3 billion people live in conditions of extreme poverty, with lack of sanitation. The difference between richand poor is becoming ever more extreme.GROWTH OF SHANTYCITIESShantytowns (shantycities) with extreme violence and poverty are growing in many parts of the world. Youththere have no hope.UNSTOPPABLE GLOBAL MIGRATIONSLarge numbers of people are leaving the poorest countries and shantycities, wanting to find a life in countrieswith opportunity.GLOBAL WARMINGGlobal warming will lead to severe climate change. Unless stopped, it will upset the basic control mechanismsof planet Earth. The University of Western Australia
    26. FUTURES EDUCATIONhttp://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/ The University of Western Australia

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