Leeromgevingen en social media

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Leeromgevingen en social media

  1. 1. Koppeling van sociale media en leeromgevingen: voorbeelden uit de praktijk en ontwerpoverwegingen Steven Verjans Centre for Learning Sciences & Technologies
  2. 2. Pedagogisch model?
  3. 3. Bron: http://elearning.surf.nl/e-learning/artikelen/4142
  4. 4. Levenslang leren
  5. 5. Rol van de onderwijsinstelling • Enerzijds: veilige en gesloten leeromgeving (middeleeuws klooster) – Rust, reflectie, traditie – Gecertificeerde kennis, kwaliteit – Individuele vorming • Anderzijds: poort naar de maatschappij (middeleeuwse gilden en leermeesters) – Werkdruk, training, verandering – Snel veranderende kennis, kwantiteit – Sociale vorming (leermeester & leerjongens)
  6. 6. Voorbereiden op kennismaatschappij 2.0 • Leren gebruik maken van tools “buiten” de school – Social bookmarking – Informatiebronnen filteren – Kennis zoeken, maar ook abonneren (RSS) – Kennis delen • Veranderende rol docenten – Niet alleen meer de expert, maar ook de gids – Eén van de vele bronnen van kennis en kunde
  7. 7. Leerbehoeften over grenzen heen
  8. 8. Connectivism & connective knowledge
  9. 9. http://USpace.org.uk
  10. 10. Samenwerking openbare bibliotheken
  11. 11. Aspects of hybrid networking systems • Organisational control – Local server (persistence) – Outside feeds are stored – Access control can be implemented • Individual freedom / flexibility – PLE users can ‘inject’ (selective) feeds from external tools, such as Twitter, blog, etc – MLE users can use ‘internal’ tools, but choose to ‘publish’ contributions
  12. 12. Aspects of hybrid networking systems • Offer maximum user control within organisational control boundaries – Self-management: • User profile, contacts, external feeds, etc. – Self-organisation: • Create subgroups / teams • Free tagging / structuring of contributions – Access control: • Private, limited, public
  13. 13. Aspects of hybrid networking systems • Scaffolding – Safe, low complexity environment for novices (only use internal MLE tools) – Medium complexity: e.g. use internal MLE blogging tool, but external social bookmarking, or export feed of public contributions – Full complexity: use your own PLE, but ‘inject’ your learning into the MLE
  14. 14. Q&A • http://www.netvibes.com/sverjans/ • http://twitter.com/sverjans • http://slideshare.net/sverjans/ • http://celstec.org/ • http://portal.ou.nl/

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