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Using ICT to increase educational intimacy through acceptability and engagement

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Using ICT to increase educational intimacy through acceptability and engagement

  1. 1. CHRISTA VAN STADEN
  2. 2. (UN)SUCCESS RATE Contact institutes for higher education 55%do not complete within 5 years Unisa 78%do not complete within 5 years Do we know our customers?
  3. 3. FORMAL LEARNING
  4. 4. PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORKS
  5. 5. HOW DO YOU LEARN EFFECTIVELY? Formal learning? Beginners might disagree Files? Ask colleagues 5x more than using files Conferences & workshops? Put into practice? Internet searches? OR textbooks?
  6. 6. LEARNING PREFERENCES 56% 22% 11% 0% 11% Learning preference Ask a colleague Search internet Read books As in meetings Struggle by myself 31% 11% 58% Preferred learning styles Individualistic Competitive Cooperative
  7. 7. LEARNING HAPPENS IN GROUPS • Communities of practice • Learning communities • Professional learning communities
  8. 8. PEDAGOGY VERSUS HEUTAGOGY
  9. 9. HEUTAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVE Assignment ……. E-Portfolio What do I need to know? Where can I find the information? Who knows what to do? Complete assignment Get feedback Peer review
  10. 10. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT NETWORKS Set of relationships we purposefully establish to support learning
  11. 11. CONTACT VERSUS DISTANCE
  12. 12. OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNERS
  13. 13. HOW CAN I PROVIDE ….. learning opportunities
  14. 14. NETWORKING INTERFACES Create own content Access to content Collaborate with others Connect with others
  15. 15. VARIOUS TOOLS IN ONE PLACE ARENDConstant feed Browse members Groups Blog Documents Articles Forum Images videos Polls Quizzes
  16. 16. NETWORKING INTERFACES ARE … ArendSocial networks Networks of computers Communities Tools for social interaction Contexts for learning Stores knowledge base
  17. 17. INFORMAL LEARNING SPACE Functions One space
  18. 18. THREE TYPES OF LEARNERS Individualistic Not value collaborative activities Competitive Withholds information to create advantage Cooperative Value collaboration – whole more than parts
  19. 19. GUIDELINES • Positive interdependence • Face to face interaction • Individual accountability • Interpersonal and small group skills • Group reflection (Johnston & Johnston 2013)
  20. 20. EXAMPLE OF LEARNING Even provided references
  21. 21. ASK AND YOU WILL GET HELP Ask a question Likes indicate problem Problem solved for more than one student
  22. 22. INTIMACY OF LEARNING EXPERIENCE Can “see” your peers Who viewed you? (relationships) Who like what you have shared? (relationships)
  23. 23. COOPERATIVE BASE GROUP I am lost (3 likes) No problem: I am here to help, we are the Super heroes 5 agree Will support peers
  24. 24. INTIMACY OF LEARNING EXPERIENCE Does not have to, but share important information Five likes Ask more help Provide more help I wish you could see me downloading it ,,,
  25. 25. EFFICIENCY OF COLLABORATION I knew my customers before I got the FIRST assignment
  26. 26. THEY BECOME THE TEACHERS Identified who knows and asked Provides information Provide further support I just need to check that they are fine …..
  27. 27. RESPONSIBILITY FOR OWN LEARNING Artificial intelligence
  28. 28. INTIMACY LECTURER 24/7 AVAILABLE
  29. 29. INTRINSIC MOTIVATED STUDENTS Do not hope 50% involvement equals 50% pass rate? Will not disappoint ourselves
  30. 30. ASSESSMENT: DISJUNCTION
  31. 31. EMBEDDED IN NETWORKS
  32. 32. ASSESSMENT ADJUSTED
  33. 33. ADJUSTED ASSESSMENT
  34. 34. ASSES QUALITY OF RELATIONSHIPS
  35. 35. RESULTS: SELF-DIRECTED LEARNERS Thank you for attending my session! christa@arendsig-akademie.com

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