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Creating Significant Learning Enviroments (CSLE) 2 day workshop @ BCIT

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In this work we will explore how to start with a student centred approach and purposefully assemble all the key components of effective learning into a significant learning environment that will help our children to learn how to learn and grow into the people we all hope they will become.

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Creating Significant Learning Enviroments (CSLE) 2 day workshop @ BCIT

  1. 1. Creating Significant Learning Environments Workshop offered by Dwayne Harapnuik PhD. BCIT Dec 16-17, 2013
  2. 2. Creating Significant Learning Environments
  3. 3. Expectations • Who are you? • Where are you from? • What are you working on? • Why are you here?
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  5. 5. • BHAG end of the It is my hope that by the workshop you will... • Be persuaded that course design is the most important single thing you can learn about teaching. • Be able to design your courses more intentionally move toward Creating Significant Learning Environments.
  6. 6. Specific Goals • FOUNDATION: Understand the basic terms and concepts • APPLICATION: Be able to use the model of Integrated Course Design (ICD) and Backward Cesign • INTEGRATION: Identify the relationship between what you are doing now as a teacher and the ideas of ICD ------continued
  7. 7. Specific Goals (cont.) • HUMAN DIMENSION: •SELF: Be more confident that you can do this •OTHERS: Work with others to create more powerful designs • CARING: Identify the value of course design in teaching • LEARNING HOW TO LEARN: Know what else you want to learn about course design – and how to learn that.
  8. 8. Agenda 1.Introduction & Expectations 2.The Context of Teaching & Learning 3.Different Ways of Designing a Course 4.Integrated and Backward Course Design: 1.Learning Environment/Situational Factors 2.Learning Goals/Outcomes/Competencies 3.Teaching/Learning Activities 4.Feedback & Assessment 5.Making Your Course Integrated • Group Practicum – Individual Practicum • Your Course Plan Review • Question: “Will it be worth the time it takes?”
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  10. 10. Roche, J (Nov, 2013) Engaging The Next Generation of Learners. Elearning
  11. 11. Who is our learner Millennial, DIY, Maker Hacking
  12. 12. Who is our learner Millennial, DIY, Maker Hacking
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  14. 14. Lecture • 76% of the 172,000 faculty across north america surveyed revealed that the lecture was their primary form of instruction (Finkelstein, Seal, & Schuster) • Monitoring faculty reveals that 3 min out of 50 are actual discussion and most often at the end of class. (Nunn)
  15. 15. Significant Learning Environments
  16. 16. Are we teaching today’s students as we taught yesterday’s? Are we robbing them of tomorrow?
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  18. 18. Challenges • Lack of interest • Poor preparation Poor retention of learning • • ???
  19. 19. Design Options • List of topics • List of activities Backward design/Outcome • based
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  23. 23. Learning Environment/Situati onal Factors • Worksheet-1-Learning Environment-Situational Factors
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  25. 25. Dream Class • If you had a class that could and would learn anything and everything you wanted them to learn: • What is it that you would really like them to learn?
  26. 26. Example BHAG Learners will identity technology innovations and embrace them as opportunities rather than challenges and proactively use those changes as catalysts to enhance their organizations learning environments.
  27. 27. Write your BHAG
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  32. 32. Blooms Taxonomy
  33. 33. SMART Learning Outcomes
  34. 34. PCC
  35. 35. Writing Significant Learning Goals Worksheet-2-Questions for Formulating Significant Learning Goals
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  44. 44. Writing Learning Activities 3 Column Table Blank Form
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  46. 46. Alignment
  47. 47. Alignment
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  55. 55. Writing Assessments 3 Column Table Blank Form
  56. 56. Integration 1.Functional • 3 Column Table 1.Chronological • Modules • Weekly Schedule • Teaching Strategy • Culminating Project • String of Activities
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  65. 65. Your Course 1.Finalize your course BHAG 2.Finalize 3 column table learning goals 3.Identify learning activities and assessment activities 4.Sketch out module or weekly schedule 5.Create 1 rich learning experience + reflective writing
  66. 66. Does It Work Is it worth the time and effort?

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