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Sharing practice in the open telecollab2016


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Slides for my presentation at Telecollab2016 Dublin 21st April 2016

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Sharing practice in the open telecollab2016

  1. 1. Sharing practice in the open heutagogy in action Teresa MacKinnon University of Warwick cc: AmyZZZ1 -
  2. 2. Heutagogy defined Heutagogy is the study of self- determined learning and applies a holistic approach to developing learner capabilities with the learner serving as the major agent in their own learning which occurs as a result of personal experience. • Stewart Hase & Chris Kenyon (2007, p. 112)
  3. 3. Open practice “Our reliance upon anointed experts and authority figures has diminished, while our capacity to learn from each other has spiralled.” Open: How we’ll work, live and learn in the future. David Price. “The literature reveals many attributes and dispositions of contemporary learners that position them well to adapt to learning in a connected world.” The Connected Educator: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age. Nussbaum-Beach and Hall.
  4. 4. What does open practice mean?
  5. 5. Explore Share Reflect Connect Create Collaborate Heutagogic design. Based on image by Blaschke and Hase (in Gros et al. (eds) 2016)
  6. 6. Produsage:
  7. 7. Connecting to learning.
  8. 8. References: • Blaschke, L.M, and Hase, S. (2016) Heutagogy: A Holistic Framework for Creating Twenty-First- Century Self-determined Learners. In Gros, B., Kinshuk & Maina, M. (2016). The Future of Ubiquitous Learning. Berlin:Springer • Blaschke, L.M., Kenyon, C. and Hase, S. (2014). Experiences in Self-Determined Learning. Available from • Bruns, A. (2005). Some exploratory notes on produsers and produsage. Retrieved 25.11.15, from • Hayes, S. and Kenyon, C (2007) Heutagogy: A child of complexity theory. Complicity Vol 4 no.1 Retrieved 25.1.2015 • Weller, M. (2011) The Digital Scholar. London: Bloomsbury