Futures Workshop

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Futures Workshop

  1. 1. ePortfolios A possible future for learning and teaching?
  2. 2. Starting the conversation
  3. 3. Think! Take a few minutes to • Recall one of your own most valuable learning experiences. • Recall one of your own most satisfying teaching experiences.
  4. 4. Pair! • Find a new friend and take in turns to talk about both situations • Visit http://bit.ly/mqltceptc and sign in. • (you need to grab a laptop)
  5. 5. Share! • Share a brief summary of one of those most valuable learning experiences. • Share a brief summary one of those satisfying teaching experiences.
  6. 6. Feedback • In your pairs - say which of the statements you’ve made sticks in your mind - and why.
  7. 7. The past and present
  8. 8. What are 1 or 2 important gains that have already resulted from educational uses of information technology in your experiences? 1. For your students? 2. For your colleagues? 3. For your institution? 4. For yourself?
  9. 9. What are 1 or 2 important losses that have already resulted from educational uses of information technology in your experience? 1. For your students? 2. For your colleagues? 3. For your institution? 4. For yourself?
  10. 10. The future Form 2 Tribes the technocrats the technophobes
  11. 11. Q1 What do you most want to gain [Regain?] What are 1 or 2 important results that you most want to gain in the future from educational uses of information technology? [If it is easier, ask yourself “What do I most want to regain?] 1. For your students? 2. For your colleagues? 3. For your institution? 4. For yourself?
  12. 12. Q2 If we are going to add a new technology into the University ... What do you most cherish and want not to lose? 1. For your students? 2. For your colleagues? 3. For your institution? 4. For yourself?
  13. 13. Q3 What do you most want to avoid?
  14. 14. Q4 What are you willing to sacrifice in order in order to gain or keep something you identified in questions 1 or 2 above?

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