Mobile Informal Learning - Emerging Practices

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Mobile Informal Learning - Emerging Practices

  1. 1. Mobile Informal LearningEmerging PracticesChristian GlahnCELSTEC, Open University of the Netherlands
  2. 2. Mobile telephones areubiquitous
  3. 3. Mobil telephones are (almost)always available
  4. 4. (almost) Every recent mobile telephoneis a “Smart Phone” Interfaces Funktionen • Camera • Clock/ timer • Mikrophone • Calendar • Speaker • Internet access • Color display • App-ready • Vibration
  5. 5. All recent Smart Phones have a compass and GPS built inVendor Images used without permission
  6. 6. Theories agreeMobile telephones have alarge potential for supportinginformal learning
  7. 7. Flexibility Situational awareness Personalisation Languages MobilityCultural competences + Learning Sociale competences Collaboration Time management
  8. 8. Themobility of the learner is central
  9. 9. The challengeHOW CAN WE USE THISPOTENTIAL IN PRACTICE?
  10. 10. Self-directed Unguided Informal Learning Unstructured Embedded in practice
  11. 11. The educational facets ofinformal learning
  12. 12. Learning processesActor Monitoring / Behaviour Assessment System Experience Knowledge Judgement / Response Reflection
  13. 13. The Traditional View on learning Monitoring / Behaviour Assessment Behaviour Monitoring / Learning Assessment Monitoring / Judgement / Response goal Reflection Behaviour Assessment Judgement / Response Monitoring / Reflection Behaviour Assessment Judgement / Response Monitoring / Reflection Behaviour Assessment Judgement / Response Monitoring / Reflection Behaviour Assessment Judgement / Response Reflection Judgement / Response Reflection
  14. 14. Informal Learning Processes are not that linear and goal oriented Monitoring / Monitoring / Behaviour Behaviour Assessment AssessmentGoalBehaviour Monitoring / Assessment Judgement / Response Judgement / Goal Reflection Reflection Behaviour Behaviour BehaviourJudgement / Response Reflection Behaviour Monitoring / Monitoring / Behaviour Assessment Behaviour Assessment Judgement / Behaviour Reflection Judgement / Response Response Reflection Behaviour Response Monitoring / Assessment Judgement / Response Goal Reflection Goal Judgement / Reflection Response
  15. 15. Situatedness Fragmented Continuity Informal Learning Convergence
  16. 16. Situatedness Fragmented Continuity Mobile Learning Convergence
  17. 17. INFORMAL LEARNING IS NOT THESAME AS MOBILE LEARNING BOTH LEARNING TYPES HAVE A SIMILAR TENSION AREA
  18. 18. Situatedness Fragmented Continuity Area of Tension Convergence
  19. 19. Interfaces of Mobile Learning Personal Social Stationary Mobile
  20. 20. Instructional Design Principles for Mobile Informal Learning
  21. 21. Learning resourcesLearning activities Actors Rules
  22. 22. Supporting Informal Learning Monitoring / Behaviour AssessmentFacilitate decisions Analyse actions Judgement / Response Reflection
  23. 23. Examples
  24. 24. Document learning processesLIFE BLOGGING
  25. 25. Life bloggingTaskDocument as many events of yourdaily activity as possible!
  26. 26. Life bloggingInteractionsCAMERAMICROPHONENOTE PAD
  27. 27. Life bloggingStoring dataData is stored chronologically Experience movie
  28. 28. Life bloggingLearning supportSkimming back and forth the experience movieactivates episodic knowledge
  29. 29. Life bloggingSituatedness Fragmented Continuity Convergence
  30. 30. Analyse actionsACTIVE SPEAKING
  31. 31. Active speakingTaskSay a given word and compare yourpronunciation with the one of a nativespeaker!
  32. 32. Active speakingInteractionsSPEAKERMICROPHONE
  33. 33. Active speakingData storageData is stored object specific Performance evidence
  34. 34. Active speakingLearning supportLanguage competences
  35. 35. Active speakingSituatedness Fragmented Continuity Convergence
  36. 36. Anchor learning activities ARLEARN
  37. 37. ARlearnTasksSolve a task at a given location!Create annotations at locations thatrelate to your assignments!Set tasks for others at suitablelocations!
  38. 38. ARlearnInteractionsCAMERAMICROPHONEGPSMAP
  39. 39. ARlearnData storageData is stored location-based Learning map
  40. 40. ARlearnLearning supportDevelop understanding aboutspatial relationships
  41. 41. ARlearnSituatedness Fragmented Continuity Convergence
  42. 42. Transitions between classroom and practice SEAMLESS LEARNINGPhoto by EDUCAUSE
  43. 43. Seamless LearningTaskCollect examples for a giventopic and tag your results!
  44. 44. Seamless LearningInteractionsCAMERAMICROPHONETAGGING
  45. 45. Seamless LearningData storageData is stored thematically Knowledge repository
  46. 46. Seamless LearningLearning supportRelating course topics tothe daily lifeRelations become visible andeasier to understand
  47. 47. Seamless LearningSituatedness Fragmented Continuity Convergence
  48. 48. OUTLOOK
  49. 49. Mobile devices can activelysupport informal learningImportant• Area of tension of fragmentation, convergence, situatedness , and continuity• Understanding the structure of learning processes
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