LearningObject<br />Mestrado em Pedagogia do Elearning – 4.ª Edição – PPEL<br />
Introduction<br />The task 2 of unit 1 Course “ProcessosPedagógicos em Elearning” aims to create a learning object (LO) on...
What is a learning object?<br />A learning object is a resource, usually digital and web-based, that can be used and re-us...
Theories on the Distance Education<br />Theories of Autonomy and Independence;<br />Theories of Industrialization;<br />Th...
Comparison of individual learning, collaborative and cooperative<br />Individual learning promotes a greater individual fl...
Comparison individual learning, cooperative and collaborative<br />
Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />
Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />TheTheoryofCooperativeFreedomisbasedbased on three pillars:<br />Promoting individual f...
Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />The Theory of Cooperative  Freedom was developed by MortenFlate Paulsen; <br />It is in...
Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br /> The challenge Theory of Cooperative Freedom is the availability of online education th...
Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />
Transparency Supports Cooperation<br /> Transparency is very important for promotion cooperative on-line education;<br /> ...
Transparency Supports Cooperation<br />
Conclusion<br />In the future the adult learners will increasingly seek the flexibility and individual freedom.<br />At th...
Bibliography<br />This work was basead on the fllowingbibliografy:<br />Paulsen, MortenFlate, “Cooperative Online Educatio...
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  1. 1. LearningObject<br />Mestrado em Pedagogia do Elearning – 4.ª Edição – PPEL<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />The task 2 of unit 1 Course “ProcessosPedagógicos em Elearning” aims to create a learning object (LO) on the CooperativeFreedom Theory <br />Lisbon, March 24, 2010<br />Nuno Miguel Oliveira<br />
  3. 3. What is a learning object?<br />A learning object is a resource, usually digital and web-based, that can be used and re-used to support learning;<br />Learning objects offer a new conceptualization of the learning process: rather than the traditional "several hour chunk", they provide smaller, self-contained, re-usable units of learning;<br />They will typically have a number of different components, which range from descriptive data to information about rights and educational level. At their core, however, will be instructional content, practice, and assessment. A key issue is the use of metadata;<br />Learning object design raises issues of portability, and of the object's relation to a broader learning management system;<br />
  4. 4. Theories on the Distance Education<br />Theories of Autonomy and Independence;<br />Theories of Industrialization;<br />Theories of Interaction and Communication.<br />
  5. 5. Comparison of individual learning, collaborative and cooperative<br />Individual learning promotes a greater individual flexibility, which rules out participation but virtual learning communities;<br />Colaborative learning requires a participation in a learning communities and limit a individual flexibility;<br />Cooperative learning requires participation in virtual learning communities, combining this intervention with the flexibility of students;<br />
  6. 6. Comparison individual learning, cooperative and collaborative<br />
  7. 7. Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />
  8. 8. Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />TheTheoryofCooperativeFreedomisbasedbased on three pillars:<br />Promoting individual flexibility;<br /> Promoting affinity with the learning community;<br />Voluntaryparticipationbutattractive.<br />
  9. 9. Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />The Theory of Cooperative Freedom was developed by MortenFlate Paulsen; <br />It is influenced by Knowles´s theory of andragogy;<br />TheoryusedbyNKIDistanceEducation;<br />It is based on the Theory of Autonomy and Independence; <br />Focuses on the tension in distance education between individual independence and collective cooperation;<br />
  10. 10. Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br /> The challenge Theory of Cooperative Freedom is the availability of online education that combines individual flexibility with the cooperation and social unity;<br />Development of virtual learning communities that allow cumulative participation in virtual communities of learning and individual autonomy of and flexibility;<br />The Theory of Cooperative Freedom is developed based on the six axes are given in the following hexagram.<br />
  11. 11. Theory of Cooperative Freedom<br />
  12. 12. Transparency Supports Cooperation<br /> Transparency is very important for promotion cooperative on-line education;<br /> Transparency should never put in question the issues of individual privacy;<br />The students determine the level of personal information you transmit to teachers, class and other students;<br />The cooperation should be fully transparent to students, teachers and schools.<br />
  13. 13. Transparency Supports Cooperation<br />
  14. 14. Conclusion<br />In the future the adult learners will increasingly seek the flexibility and individual freedom.<br />At the same time many of them prefer to group collaboration and social unity.<br />On the online instruction is very difficult to combine these characteristics but is possible to join individual freedom and collective unity.<br />For this it is essential to develop education plans and / or training at a distance where there is cooperation between the group members.<br />
  15. 15. Bibliography<br />This work was basead on the fllowingbibliografy:<br />Paulsen, MortenFlate, “Cooperative Online Education” <br />http://www.seminar.net/images/stories/vol4-issue2/paulsen_-_cooperative_online_education.pdf (March 2010)<br />Paulsen, MortenFlate, “The Hexagon Of Cooperative Freedom: A Distance Education Theory Attunedto Computer Conferencing.” The Distance Education Online SynposiumDEOSNEWS, 1993, VOL. 3, N.º 2<br />http://www.nettskolen.com/forskning/21/hexagon.html (March 2010)<br />Paulsen, MortenFlate “Online Education and Learning Management Systems Global E-learning in a Scandinavian Perspective” , NKIForlaget, (2003); <br />

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