Organisational barriers to social elearning.final pptx

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Organisational barriers to social elearning.final pptx

  1. 1. ORGANISATIONAL BARRIERS TO SOCIAL E-LEARNING GATE Gaining Access to Employment http://socialelearning.flexiblelearning.net.au/social_elearning/lo/blogs_cases/blogs_cases_02.htm 1
  2. 2. Michelle Dodd, Coordinator programs for People With Disabilities Challenger TAFE, PerthProgram Aim: Exploring computer technologies to enhance opportunities and learning experiences for students with disabilities •Intellectual Disabilities •Multiple Disabilities including; •Physical •Mental Illness 2
  3. 3. Employability Course at Certificate 1 level Developing literacy and numeracy skills Career planning Work experience Some project-based learning Funding Australian Flexible Learning Framework To experiment with a range of different technologies 3
  4. 4. Began with email then tried blogging purely as a fun exercise Teachers found email assisted with • Literacy skills • Communication when absent 4
  5. 5. Blogging • Online journal • Using text with spell-check • Pictures and videos • Stories without text • Video and audio for self expression • Profiling themselves • Avatar • Individual career plans & goal setting 5
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  7. 7. Connecting to others with similar learning needs & social needs Safe learning environment A space to Achieve competency Skills to share with family & friends Improved Self esteem 7
  8. 8. Tasks reflect Elements and Performance criteriaActivities which Engaged students reflecting the Curriculum 8
  9. 9. Outreach Access to Education educational opportunitiesdisadvantaged and marginalised groups 9
  10. 10. Challenge to ensure issues of the digital divide are reduced not increasedStudents must have regular access to participate in and out of class Without access Outreach will contribute to further disadvantage rather than the organisational goal of addressing educational inequities 10
  11. 11. Closing the gap between those with ‘physical accessto information and communication technologies and those without’ Atkinson, Black and Curtis, Charles Sturt University, Australian 2008 Exploring the digital divide in the Regional Cit of Albury Research findings:the ‘digital divide’ created issues of social justice and social inequity within the community 9
  12. 12. Strategies to address organisational barrier to Social E-learning 1. Provide training and technical support to identified disadvantages groups2. Collaborate with Community organisations and local council to improve access 3. Ensure ongoing support outside of the classroom 4. Ensure regular review of facilities 12
  13. 13. Social e-learning can create new opportunities for learning & connection breaking isolation on multiple levels fordisadvantaged & marginalised students in TAFE Outreach 13
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