Greenwich Self Regulated Learning

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Greenwich Self Regulated Learning

  1. 1. Making learning Personal Self regulated learning Serge Ravet
  2. 2. Context
  3. 3. Individualisation Socialisation Policy Change Economy Society Technology
  4. 4. The centre of gravity of information systems is moving from organisations towards individuals
  5. 5. Learning management systems LMS PLE Personal learning environments
  6. 6. Vendor Relationship Management VRM CRM Customer Relationship Management
  7. 7. Medical record MR PHR Personal Health Record
  8. 8. "The vision for the future of health care starts with the premise that consumers should own their own total personal health and wellness data and that only consumers, not insurers, not the government, not employers and not even doctors, but only consumers should have complete control over how it is used" Adam Bosworth, Google Vice- President speech to the 2007 AMIA (American Medical Informatics Association)
  9. 9. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/07/06/tory_nhs_googlization/
  10. 10. Anger as NHS patient records lost London 23 Decem ber 2007:The government has come under stron g criticism after nine English NHS trusts admitted losing patient records in the latest p ublic sector data lapse. Hundreds of thousands o f adults and children are thought to be affected. It follows losses of millions of child benefit claimant and driver details.
  11. 11. Organisation Community Individual
  12. 12. Organisation LMS CRM MR today’s Social Networks Community hosting aggregating tomorrow’s Social Networks PLE Individual PHR VRM
  13. 13. Social networks Int e r n e t o f S u b j e cts
  14. 14. In t e r ne t of S u b je c ts
  15. 15. Paradigm shift tfihs mgidaraP
  16. 16. User Generated Context User Generated Content
  17. 17. Portfolio ePortfolio
  18. 18. Identity ePortfolio
  19. 19. Types of individualisation
  20. 20. Strong W e a k
  21. 21. Personalisation Individualisation
  22. 22. Empowerment C o n t r o l
  23. 23. Extrinsic motivation Intrinsic motivation
  24. 24. Planning, acting, reflecting Sequencing, testing, adapting
  25. 25. Self-regulated learning Programmed learning
  26. 26. Self-Regulated Learning as individua(lisa)tion
  27. 27. Self-awareness
  28. 28. Self-efficacy
  29. 29. Self-concept
  30. 30. Identity construction
  31. 31. P l a n A c t Monitor
  32. 32. P l a n Monitor t Goal setting Defining strategies c Assessing odds to succeed Identifying obstacles & resources Planning A
  33. 33. P l a n Monitor t Goal setting Environment structuring Defining strategies Collecting outcomes c Assessing odds to succeed Connecting Identifying obstacles & resources Supporting others Planning Seeking assistance A
  34. 34. P l a n Monitor t Goal setting Environment structuring Self-assessment Defining strategies Collecting outcomes Seeking external reviews c Assessing odds to succeed Connecting Reflecting Identifying obstacles & resources Supporting others Reviewing plans Planning Seeking assistance Transforming I n f o r m a t i o n A s e e k i n g
  35. 35. L e a r n i n g Scaffolding
  36. 36. Conditions for (strong) individualisation
  37. 37. Organisational Heterogeneous vs homogeneous groups
  38. 38. Sociological Learners as producers of knowledge
  39. 39. Political Recognition of informal learning
  40. 40. Learning materials Modularisation —e.g. CRI User Generated Content...
  41. 41. Learning environment PLE, ePortfolio, VLE, LMS User Generated Context...
  42. 42. “One thing I really liked about this course and felt was something that would be useful in other courses too is the use of a class wiki. It was a good place to go, and it was nice to be able to edit on a collaborative site than have a set page. It was also good to be able to put up interesting information and be trusted with the opportunity to administer the site. It also helped build a sense of responsibility and collective understanding. It exposed me to a lot of new ideas that I otherwise wouldn’t have learned.” Student testimony
  43. 43. Technical Identity and access management
  44. 44. Internet A person centric Internet The Internet of Subjects
  45. 45. Remarks
  46. 46. Personalisation = space for by the individuals
  47. 47. Individualisation socialisation
  48. 48. Tacit knowledge Socialisation Externalisation Explicit knowledge i i Tacit knowledge i i i g i i i g i g o g o g g Internalisation Combination Explicit knowledge Adapted from Nonaka, Takeuchi, Konno & Toyama
  49. 49. Tacit knowledge Socialisation Externalisation Explicit knowledge i i Tacit knowledge i i i g i i i g i g o g o g g Internalisation Combination Explicit knowledge Adapted from Nonaka, Takeuchi, Konno & Toyama
  50. 50. Articulating tacit Sharing and creating knowledge through tacit knowledge Tacit knowledge dialogue and through direct Socialisation Externalisation reflection experience Explicit knowledge i i Tacit knowledge i i i g i i i g i g o g o g g Internalisation Combination Systemising and Learning and applying explicit acquiring new tacit knowledge in practice Explicit knowledge knowledge and information Adapted from Nonaka, Takeuchi, Konno & Toyama
  51. 51. Collect Articulating tacit Sharing and creating knowledge through tacit knowledge Tacit knowledge dialogue and through direct Socialisation Externalisation reflection experience Explicit knowledge i i Tacit knowledge i i i g i i Practice i Reflect g i g o g o g g Internalisation Combination Systemising and Learning and applying explicit acquiring new tacit knowledge in practice Explicit knowledge knowledge and information Connect Adapted from Nonaka, Takeuchi, Konno & Toyama
  52. 52. Individualisation & identity construction are deeply connected
  53. 53. “[...] Most research on identity question the past or the present ( "Where are you from?" and "Who are you?"), while the concern with identity is actually mostly connected to the invention of self. [...] The self-concept is an instrument of action and change.”
  54. 54. Individualisation should lead to self-invention
  55. 55. External Past I Future Me Internal
  56. 56. a c t i o n invention narration External Past I Future Me Internal reflection
  57. 57. a c t i o n invention narration External Past I Future Me Internal reflection
  58. 58. Thank you! Serge Ravet

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