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How do __ know (web)

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Presentation for a session at Edutech bootcamp, Sept 2012

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How do __ know (web)

  1. 1. Mapping Edutech bootcampCreated right before the lecture when familiarizing to Popplet
  2. 2. Once upon a different world The image of knowledge was that it is an object that can be conveyed or transmitted as such like a object. Commons.wikimedia.org: Scriptorium Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments (Routledge 2012)
  3. 3. Once upon a different world The image of knowledge was that it is an object that can be World has changed. conveyed or transmitted as Knowing is not what it was. such like a object. If it ever was like that outside monastery schools. Commons.wikimedia.org: Scriptorium Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments (Routledge 2012)
  4. 4. Good teaching = more effective communication In monastery schools one didn’t negotiate meanings, they were taken as facts. Commons.wikimedia.org: Flammarion Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments (Routledge 2012)
  5. 5. Good teaching = more effective communication In monastery schools one didn’t negotiate meanings, they were taken as facts. It was thought that improving learning is a matter of communicating those facts more efficiently by improving the clarity of the message. Commons.wikimedia.org: Flammarion Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments (Routledge 2012)
  6. 6. Better stimulus, better reaction = behaviorism
  7. 7. Change of Paradigm Illustration: © Sir Ken
  8. 8. FOCUS: Active process of the learner Teemu Ylikoski at InnoOmnia
  9. 9. Social constructivism & sociocultural theories Learning is a process of meaning making, not of knowledge transmission The very nature of the meaning making process is social and dialogic Meanings exist in our minds and between us Knowledge and cognitive activity is distributed among our culture and mediated by our tools Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments (Routledge 2012)
  10. 10. Connectivism Connectivism – The Networked Student Watch on Youtube.com
  11. 11. Connectivism • Learning theory/model by George Siemens • Learning is primarily a network-forming process • Learning happens as a part of diverse, social network, which is augmented by the modern digital technology
  12. 12. Connected learning • is learner-centred • is social and cultural activity • forms networks and structures nodes • has a lot in common with the new communication technology and its use
  13. 13. Distributed intelligence • socially • physically • virtually
  14. 14. Ubiquitous and converging formal - nonformal - informal physical - digital - augmented local - global - virtual work - study - leisure timeprofessional - societal - personal
  15. 15. Applications in VET
  16. 16. On-the-joblearning blogof alandscaping artisanblogger.com
  17. 17. Landscapingstudentsin a skillscompetitionyoutube.com
  18. 18. Landscaping in the virtual world
  19. 19. Collaboration of professionals and on-the-job learners
  20. 20. Learning material by the students Send & QRMake it Use it
  21. 21. Demoing skills & competence Take it Share & comment
  22. 22. ABC of mopping
  23. 23. QR-code andmobile videoby Business &Administrationstudents
  24. 24. >>> Deep learning Authentic learning environments Learner involvement
  25. 25. Concept of knowledge • static dynamic, creative • authorized and abstract democratic and practical • objective and universal relative and contextual
  26. 26. Changes in 4 domains of learning • technological • social • epistemological • cognitive
  27. 27. Further readingCarl BereiterEducation And Mind in the Knowledge Age (2002)Colin Lankshear & Michele KnobelNew Literacies (3rd edition, 2011)what it means to think of (and create) literacies as social practicesAnnemaree Lloyd & Sanna Talja (eds.)Practising Information Literacy (2010)read eg. A Lloyd, Lessons from the workplace: Understanding information literacy as practice’David Jonassen & Susan Land (eds)Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments (2012)read eg. C. Hoadley, What Is a Community Practice and How Can We Support It?
  28. 28. Mapping Edutech bootcamp ( http://eduinno12.blogspot.fi )
  29. 29. Edutech bootcampSeptember 28, 2012Esko Lius, @eskolius

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