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New Pedagogy for Online Learning - Schatz's Cognitive Immersion

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Synch, Asynch, blended, hi-flex are all DELIVERY methods. What we need are new ways of teaching in order to take full advantage of a new medium. Based on Cook & Brown's knowledge model, this presentation offers a new pedagogy, which includes cognitive immersion for a richer learning experience.

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New Pedagogy for Online Learning - Schatz's Cognitive Immersion

  1. 1. Breaking the Isolation without Breaking your Back Flipped Synchs groping t ow ard a new Pedagogy Steve Schatz Instructional Design Program CAPS © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com
  2. 2. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com The Reluctant Online Educator Distant is too distant Poor second but better than nothing I Love Live Love the interaction Faster and easier to teach, prepare, clarify And along came Hartford
  3. 3. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com Since then… Blended Online Asynchronous Flipped Hi Flex Now… Mid Flex
  4. 4. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com New Pedagogy Multiple Modes Guidance from Cook & Brown Cognitive Immersion Partnership in Learning
  5. 5. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com Learning: Active not poured in Explicit Tacit GroupInd. Pinch of Salt Print this Doc ADDIE Think like a Designer Possessed Knowledge Knowing – in Action You use what you know (possessed) when you do what you do. Action creates more possessed – you get better by doing.
  6. 6. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com So What? Explicit Tacit GroupInd. Pinch of Salt Print this Doc ADDIE Think like a Designer 1. Group Explicit (teach/tell) 2. Ind Explicit – Talk/write 3. Ind Tacit – Immediate multiple small projects 4. Group explicit – deep discussions online 5. Group implicit –projects build on each other. Knowing – in Action
  7. 7. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com What has my teaching become? Creation of a sandbox Guided play (you can do this.. it looks like this) Free play with feedback Assigned Activity (assessment) Evaluation of the sandbox by teacher and student Evaluation is more than did you like it, did you like me Do YOU think you learned? Do I think you learned? Change over time (can’t or very hard to assess) new model of evaluation
  8. 8. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com Classes look like Combination of approaches: Posted lecture/video Readings Many small application of idea with assignments Required postings Seminar style classes
  9. 9. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com Downsides Evolution in sight – pay attention to the man behind the curtain ▸ OK in an ID class ▸ Partners in learning Continual reflection and work TIME
  10. 10. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com Cognitive Immersion – A new Pedagogy Lots at first Then group work (time to talk about group work first) Then come back for another dip in the cognitive pool Then individual work Final reportage
  11. 11. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com What Next Dial back time Keep relevant Tension between constructed and differences in classes Evaluation of learning, not liking
  12. 12. © 2014 Steven Schatz | PowerStart Academy | www.powerstart.com | schatz@powerstart.com Questions? Steven.schatz@umb.edu www.powerstart.com

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