Bring your own Devices
for Learning!
Sue Beckingham | @suebecks
May MiniCon #RSCON5
How can we use
our own devices
for learning?
Media Enhanced
Learning Special
Interest Group
http://melsig.shu.ac.uk/
@chri...
Can we create an open learning
ecology that enables learners to
learn with and from each other
in a supportive environment...
How can we support
open learners
effectively to create
the foundations of a
vibrant learning
community?
Nerantzi and Becki...
http://byod4learning.wordpress.com/
BYOD4Learning is a truly open course,
or an ‘open magical box’ for those who
don’t like the term ‘course’ very much,
for s...
BYOD4L is... mobile
flexible
collaborative
authentic
autonomous
self-organised
self-determined
pick ‘n’ mix
supported
regi...
Five themes provided a focus for our
learning activities and conversations
#BYOD4L
5 Cs
using authentic stories
FISh: focus, investigate, share
student stories teacher stories
BYOD4L answer garden
http://answergarden.ch/
A map of the Twitter traffic
BYOD4L blog traffic
What did I
learn from
the BYOD4L
experience?
We are ALL
Learners
Lifewide and Lifelong Learners
Towards a Lifewide Curriculum
'An experience that incorporates formal education as one comp...
In this short talk I will share the outcomes of an exciting free open short course
myself Sue Beckingham and Chrissi Neran...
Bring your own devices for learning #BYOD4L l May Minicon #rscon5
Bring your own devices for learning #BYOD4L l May Minicon #rscon5
Bring your own devices for learning #BYOD4L l May Minicon #rscon5
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In this short talk I will share the outcomes of an exciting free open short course myself Sue Beckingham and Chrissi Nerantzi developed called BYOD4Learning. Volunteer facilitators joined us and together with participants who were both educators and students, we learnt and reflected upon how using our own portable devices we could connect, communicate, curate, collaborate and create to enhance the learning experience.

This unique online course has a Creative Commons licence to enable other educators to reuse and extend the learning opportunities it affords.

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  1. 1. Bring your own Devices for Learning! Sue Beckingham | @suebecks May MiniCon #RSCON5
  2. 2. How can we use our own devices for learning? Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group http://melsig.shu.ac.uk/ @chrissinerantzi @andrewmid
  3. 3. Can we create an open learning ecology that enables learners to learn with and from each other in a supportive environment using authentic and inquiry- based pedagogical models? Nerantzi and Beckingham 2013
  4. 4. How can we support open learners effectively to create the foundations of a vibrant learning community? Nerantzi and Beckingham 2013
  5. 5. http://byod4learning.wordpress.com/
  6. 6. BYOD4Learning is a truly open course, or an ‘open magical box’ for those who don’t like the term ‘course’ very much, for students and teachers who would like to develop their understanding, knowledge and skills linked to using smart devices for learning and teaching and use these more effectively, inclusively and creatively. Nothing is locked away or private and you won’t even need to register. An Open Course
  7. 7. BYOD4L is... mobile flexible collaborative authentic autonomous self-organised self-determined pick ‘n’ mix supported registration-free for teachers & students rewarding achievement BYOD4Learning course MELSIG Smart Learning event #3 MELSIG Book project
  8. 8. Five themes provided a focus for our learning activities and conversations #BYOD4L 5 Cs
  9. 9. using authentic stories FISh: focus, investigate, share student stories teacher stories
  10. 10. BYOD4L answer garden http://answergarden.ch/
  11. 11. A map of the Twitter traffic
  12. 12. BYOD4L blog traffic
  13. 13. What did I learn from the BYOD4L experience? We are ALL Learners
  14. 14. Lifewide and Lifelong Learners Towards a Lifewide Curriculum 'An experience that incorporates formal education as one component of a much richer set of experiences that embrace all the forms of learning and achievement that are necessary to sustain a meaningful life.' (Professor Norman Jackson 2013) http://www.normanjackson.co.uk/1/post/2014/02/towards-a-lifewide-curriculum.html
  15. 15. In this short talk I will share the outcomes of an exciting free open short course myself Sue Beckingham and Chrissi Nerantzi developed called BYOD4Learning. Volunteer facilitators joined us and together with participants who were both educators and students, we learnt and reflected upon how using our own portable devices we could connect, communicate, curate, collaborate and create to enhance the learning experience. Presentation for May MiniCon #RSCON5 http://www.futureofeducation.com/page/minicon-may Bring Your own Devices for Learning #BYOD4L Image credits are in the notes section of each slide This unique online course has a Creative Commons licence to enable other educators to reuse and extend the learning opportunities it affords. @chrissinerantzi @suebecks

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