#BYOD4L July 2014 Review of the Week with Chrissi Nerantzi

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Bring your own devices for learning

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 (nothing is locked away or private and you won’t even need to register) 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.

For further information go to http://byod4learning.wordpress.com/about/

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    Christine Redecker
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  • Twitter Bird by kopp0041 via Flickr available under creative commons licence
    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3140/3063469931_5db812df43_b.jpg
  • https://storify.com/Lenandlar/byod4lchat-july-08-2014?utm_content=storify-pingback&utm_medium=sfy.co-twitter&utm_source=t.co&utm_campaign=&awesm=sfy.co_jmfA
  • Engagement with Twitter started
    Also Google plus and Facebook (more activity in Google plus at the moment)
    Colleagues started sharing reflecting using scenarios and sharing things about themselves.
    Others are interested in setting up a portfolio.
    Creating video clips as well
    Many people participated in the tweetchat, many who are not using Twitter or hadn’t participated in a tweetchat before.
    They felt part of a community.
  • Peter Reed http://thereeddiaries.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/byod4l-using-devices-apps-to-connect.html
    Day 1: facilitators stick out, normal to bring community in and enable conversation, show interest in participants, build community
  • Secondary school teachers joining us!!!
  • http://thereeddiaries.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/byod4l-day-4-collaborating.html
  • https://docs.google.com/document/d/15DOGqi0Y4Q2G2iXK_VIkVuQprpLNCahrJKBKou6Rrqs/edit?usp=sharing
  • 5 days from Monday to Friday
  • #BYOD4L July 2014 Review of the Week with Chrissi Nerantzi

    1. 1. Bring Your Own Devices for Learning Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer Manchester Metropolitan University @chrissinerantzi Sue Beckingham Academic Developer Sheffield Hallam University @suebecks 5 Days or 5 a Day? July 2014
    2. 2. Voices • ecological university (Barnett, 2011) • personalisation, collaboration, informalisation (Redecker et al, 2011) • blending of formal & informal learning (Conole, 2013) • call to open-up, join-up (European Commission, 2013) • the danger of monocultures (Weller, 2014) • lifewide curriculum (Jackson, 2014) • recognising the positive impact of human interaction for learning
    3. 3. What did we want to explore... 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? How can we support open learners effectively to create the foundations of a vibrant learning community? How can we scale open CPD through informal cross- institutional collaboration?
    4. 4. BYOD4L is... mobile flexible collaborative authentic autonomous self-organised self-determined pick ‘n’ mix supported registration-free for teachers & students rewarding achievement
    5. 5. simplified inquiry-based learning FISh model (Nerantzi & Uhlin, 2012)
    6. 6. using authentic stories student stories teacher stories
    7. 7. 5Cs Connect Communicate Curate Collaborate Create (Nerantzi & Beckingham, 2014)
    8. 8. Who? Where? How? What? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?Why? Why? ourmagicalopenbox
    9. 9. Design for learning Nerantzi & Beckingham (2014) based on Nerantzi, Uhlin & Kvarnström (2013)
    10. 10. openbadgesfor,participants&facilitators Ellie Livermore, artist
    11. 11. open to all 5 institutions supporting BYOD4L
    12. 12. getting ready
    13. 13. the BYOD4L team (July 2014) 16 facilitators 5 institutions 3 peer reviewers 1 artist Ellie Livermore, artist
    14. 14. BYOD4L Facilitators FB community
    15. 15. Dedicated Twitter account set-up for BYOD4L 8 July 2014
    16. 16. #BYOD4Lchat Join me on Twitter every day 8-9pm UK time. Remember to use the hashtag. ;) “Fantastically chaotic”
    17. 17. The excitement: pre-course tweetchat 8 July 2014 with Len and Kathrine
    18. 18. 6 July 2014
    19. 19. Google + community
    20. 20. FB community
    21. 21. all time site visitors (13 July 14)
    22. 22. +47 other countries all time site visitors (13 July 14)
    23. 23. AnswerGarden snapshot 13 July
    24. 24. Day 1 Monday 14 July 14
    25. 25. https://v3.pebblepad.co.uk/v3portfolio/hallam/Asset/View/yRr9jHf89GR9ZZk47ygkmwwxyc http://truehamlet.tumblr.com/post/91727 842489/this-is-a-video-clip-in-response-to- the-second Engagement with the scenarios http://prezi.com/5gcs2zoquxov/using-twitter-to-create-an-interactive-information- literacy-lecture-suzanne-tatham-university-of- sussex/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
    26. 26. http://amandaksykes.net/2014/07/14/byod4l-day-one-connecting/ http://uniskillsmichelle.wordpress.com/2014/07/14/byod4l-connecting/
    27. 27. Day 1 Tweetchat code by Martin Hawskey visualisation for BYOD4L by Peter Reed
    28. 28. AnswerGarden snapshot 14 July
    29. 29. Day 1 Wordpress Stats
    30. 30. Day 2 Tuesday 15 July 14
    31. 31. http://ianinsheffield.wordpress.com/2014/07/ 15/byod4l/ http://sheffieldhigh.org.uk/byod4l-connecting/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtXoiN1ta XU&feature=youtu.be
    32. 32. Facilitators blogging too http://dllearner.blogspot.co.uk/
    33. 33. http://www.diverse-learners.co.uk/you-never- know-where-reflection-might-take-you- byod4l/
    34. 34. Day 2 Tweetchat code by Martin Hawskey visualisation for BYOD4L by Peter Reed
    35. 35. AnswerGarden snapshot 15 July
    36. 36. Day 2 Wordpress Stats
    37. 37. Day 3 Wednesday 16 July 14
    38. 38. https://tagboard.com/BYOD4Lchat/180813
    39. 39. on air hangout https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6nEimzL ZY4
    40. 40. http://truehamlet.tumblr.com/post/91954035 844/a-curates-egg
    41. 41. BYOD4L Curating • http://www.pinterest.com/BYOD4Learning/
    42. 42. Day 3 Tweetchat code by Martin Hawskey visualisation for BYOD4L by Peter Reed
    43. 43. AnswerGarden snapshot 16 July
    44. 44. Day 3 Wordpress Stats
    45. 45. Day 4 Thursday 17 July 14
    46. 46. Video diary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTA2_SgMJZM&feature=youtu.be
    47. 47. http://truehamlet.tumblr.com/post/92032944 579/reflections-on-curating http://padlet.com/a_nortcliffe/dp2snyp902iq http://hayleyofatkinson.wordpress.com/2014/ 07/17/collaborating-scenarios/
    48. 48. http://truehamlet.tumblr.com/post/92 129885184/reflections-on- collaborating
    49. 49. Day 4 Tweetchat code by Martin Hawskey visualisation for BYOD4L by Peter Reed
    50. 50. AnswerGarden snapshot 17 July
    51. 51. Day 4 Wordpress Stats
    52. 52. Day 5 Friday 18 July 14
    53. 53. The collaborative #byod4l poem In the digital jungle Reaching out into the chaotic, swirling abyss Feeling that e-learning can be so hit and miss I want to avoid device apathy and neglect But what does it mean to really connect? So onwards we go But where, do we know? Wouldn’t it be great? If we all started to communicate Curating a task, can be quite unfamiliar, belonging in museums, art galleries and similar. With mobile devices we curate a different way Sharing resources with scoop it and mendeley Five brief days, so short and sweet In Twitter and Google we gathered to meet Inspired to explore, discuss and create Minds now expanded; an enlightened state Knowledge isn’t just facts Or historical acts Its cerebral energy we state When we start to create But this isn’t the end! We now each have a valuable PLN to tend Our #BYOD4L community will continue to grow Help us reach out to let others know contributers 1 Sam Illingworth 2 Neil Withnell 3 Ian Guest 4 Peter Reed 5 Carol Haigh 6 Sue Beckingham The Digital Jungle by BYOD4Learning is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution- ShareAlike 4.0 International License. •Learning about collaborative learning through collaborating. •Learning about open educational resources through making. •Learning about creative commons licences through choosing one.
    54. 54. The ripple effect of effective collaboration
    55. 55. http://stripgenerator.com/strip/842794/byod4l -day-five-creativity/
    56. 56. http://uk.pinterest.com/sallyeh1/byod4l/
    57. 57. Day 5 Tweetchat
    58. 58. Day 5 Tweetchat
    59. 59. Day 5 Wordpress Stats
    60. 60. Day 5 Tweetchat code by Martin Hawskey visualisation for BYOD4L by Peter Reed
    61. 61. AnswerGarden snapshot 18 July
    62. 62. https://nodexlgraphgallery.org/Pages/Graph.aspx?graphID=22570
    63. 63. WordPress stats 1-2-3-4-5 Day Views Visitors Views per Visitor Day 1 688 197 3.49 Day 2 370 132 2.80 Day 3 307 118 2.60 Day 4 297 119 2.50 Day 5 214 91 2.35
    64. 64. Google + & FB community members 1-2-3-4-5 Day Google + community Facebook group Before (end of BYOD4L v1 ) 64 48 before BYOD4Lv2 95 65 Day 1 102 75 Day 2 105 82 Day 3 107 82 Day 4 108 83 Day 5 108 82
    65. 65. BYOD4L Twitter 1-2-3-4-5 Day tweets following followers tweets during tweetchat 8-9 #byod4lchat tweets using #byod4chat all day before BYOD4Lv 2 32 199 75 Day 1 110 210 102 580 788 Day 2 204 231 119 460 583 Day 3 219 233 127 400 477 Day 4 275 238 134 420 614 Day 5 375 298 149 491 607
    66. 66. #BYOD4Lchat 4 5 321 code by Martin Hawskey visualisation for BYOD4L by Peter Reed
    67. 67. 7 days: total hits, last day 18 July 14
    68. 68. A massive thank you goes to all our facilitators, collaborators & all who joined us Chrissi @chrissinerantzi & Sue @suebecks
    69. 69. What next? • evaluate 2nd iteration, refine approach • badges, tweetchat research work-in-progress • offer BYOD4L again in the next academic year (international version)
    70. 70. Join us for an open learning adventure in the next academic year Bring Your Own Device for Learning (BYOD4L) BYOD4L is a truly open course for students and teachers, nothing is locked away or private and you won’t even need to register, who would like to develop their understanding, knowledge and skills linked to using smart devices. for learning and teaching in Higher Education For more info access http://byod4learning.wordpress.com/

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