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Digital Media PDW

  1. 1. Digital Media Using, Sharing, Producing “Does technology improve anyones learning?” ...no, and we should be asking “Does technology support the practices that improve learning?” Why? What? When? Why should we use Digital Media in eduction?
  2. 2. Jukka Orava Special Planner City of Helsinki Education Department, Media Centre eTwinning Expert Teacher since 2008 > The Creative use of Media Learning Event Virtual School Art Department Coordinator (1999-2005) Developer, teacher trainer, Doctor of Arts Student, MA in New media, MA in Art Education Tiina Sarisalmi Etwinning Expert Teacher, Oriveden keskuskoulu school eTwinning PDW Helsinki 12.-14.11.2010 Digital Media - Using, Sharing, Producing
  3. 3. Digital Media - using, sharing, producing Why and how to use Digital Media? Why and how to share things? Why and what to produce? Why and how to collaborate? What are the reasons, materials, methods and practicalities for all of this and collaboration? ?1. This is the research Question in our collaborative Inquiry workshop. 2. Objective is to outline and build our eTwinning initiative / project. 3. Select a model, define structure and identify initial learning goals. 4. Make the learning process visible for using, sharing, collaborating.
  4. 4. The focus is on the Learners Learning Process! The Cognitive Structure of learning... “To teach is to model and demonstrate, to learn is to practice and reflect.” (Stephen Downes) MODEL - DEMONSTRATE - PRACTICE - REFLECT QUESTION - PROBLEM - GATHERING - EXPERIMENTING- SHARING - ANALYSING - CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATE - COLLECT - ANALYZE - PRESENT • Inquiry Based Learning (Wikipedia) • Problem Based Learning (Wikipedia) • Project Based Learning (Wikipedia) (3:44) By Fayetteville
  5. 5. More about Inquiry based learning o Learning is social and connected o Learning is personal and self-directed o Learning is shared and transparent o Learning is rich in content and diversity
  6. 6. The Creative use of Media Learning event 2009, by Jukka Orava Method Objective Context QUESTION The focus is on the Learners Learning Process! The Cognitive Structure of learning... CONCLUSIONS PROBLEM SHARING ANALYSING GATHERING EXPERIMENTING
  7. 7. Our goal is to start building a model for our eTwinning initiative / project. MODEL - DEMONSTRATE - PRACTICE - REFLECT QUESTION - PROBLEM - GATHERING - EXPERIMENTING- SHARING - ANALYSING - CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATE - COLLECT - ANALYZE - PRESENT - learning process perspective (you, colleagues, school, partners) - with identified learning stages, situations and goals - structure according to selected pedagogical model - multiple solutions to operationalize each step or stage 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - Each stage in the process can be a set of operations. - Each stage can include a multiple approaches - Place your learning process so that co-learners have access, different stages and steps can be easily incorporated or linked. - One step or stage can include all the stages of inquiry process
  8. 8. My eTwinning learning process - idea for learning 1. What is it that I want to learn? ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ "   Vision without action is merely a dream.  Action without vision just passes time. Vision  with action can change the world."   (Joel Barker) [Write the plan somewhere were it is easy to share and reflect]
  9. 9. What could be your personal learning goal in eTwinning collaboration? Cooperative learning Learners are encouraget to • think • discuss • wonder • discover (2:19) By Heather Treece "  The power of ten working interactively will almost invariably  outstrip the power of one looking to beat out the other nine". (10 Principles of the Future Education,July 5th, 2009 by Jason Flom)
  10. 10. To further deepen our understanding, we need to look closer into the context of Education and learning - where are we heading...
  11. 11. Why we need to use/learn technology? We need to engage learners with these tools! If we dont, they will do so on their own. -- critical analyzation of information -- experimenting needs to be safe We need the tools to make this happen! ...and we have done this mistake once already with media (medialiteracy)! (3:37) By Carl Anderson • creation • manipulation • innovation and • knowledge • construction
  12. 12. ...the World is Changing Technology has changed and keeps changing the world Interaction Communication Collaboration Creation (8:19) By Fisch and McLeod (4:46) By Fisch, McLeod, Bestler Learning has changed. Are we ready for this? Are we doing this in school?
  13. 13. ...and the World Changes fast Shift is Happening (5:51) By Karl Fisch We are currently prepairing students for jobs that don't yet even exist. Using technologies that haven't been invented. In order to solve problems we don't even know are problems yet. 2,7 Billoin searches a month. To whom were these questions addressed before Google?
  14. 14. 3 Steps for 21st Century Learning • Transform your classroom into a Creative Learning Space > talk, build, create, collaborate • Teach students the skills of competition (with them selves), cooperation and collaboration • Introduce your students to their global peers and provide the opportunity for them to collaborate. (Jackie Halaw ) ...learning is social By Jackie Halaw (2:54) 3 Steps, Mark Wolf's version 2.0 of Jackie Halaw's original teahershacks.blogpot.com
  15. 15. How are these effecting? "  If you keep doing what you are  doing, you keep getting what you are  getting:" "  Need for a new  pedagogical dna  for schooling in  todays world in  order to break  from the past." (Marco Torres) (2:06)    By Marco Antonio Torres
  16. 16. Teachers Today by Nicole Welding Teachers today... Facilitate Innovate Integrate Coordinate Participate Investigate Advocate Illuminate (1:52)     Digital World: Nicole Welding www.21stcenturyschoolteacher.com ...may have limited autonomy, opportunities  and resources but their possibilities are unlimited. Teachers today instill curiosity, extend possibilities, make  connections, engage students, excite learners to solve  problems of new generation. Teachers today overcome  obstacles to create learning oppotunities for students and  them selves.  
  17. 17. "  How can we use technology  to help people  perform their best?"  (Maish Nichani) "   Vision without action is merely a dream.  Action without vision just passes time. Vision  with action can change the world."   (Joel Barker)
  18. 18. Web 1.0, Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 Social Media Revolution 2 (Refresh)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFZ0z5Fm-Ng&feature=player_embedded Social Media Revolution
  19. 19. Future of Education...already exists Education in the Future...NOW!!!  The school utilizes 21st  century tools such as  online classes, hybrid  classes, technology  integration and has a 1:1  laptop initiative and  internet access is  supplemented by the  school, there is no digital  divide and equal access  for all students and  families.  http://htaohana.org Avatars, K12, 3D, animations, simulations video games, games in education, equal access, digital divide (7:26)       By Henry Mochida
  20. 20. Future of the Learning Environments (8:25)  By EDUCAUSE Digital Revolution Collaboration (0:40) Physical interaction and virtual collaboration (1:10) Students at the center (1:38) Librerians have always been social (3:0) Virtually engaging (4:20) Online worlds Science spaces (5:00) Truly Anytime Anywhere (5:28) Mobility by Jukka Orava (CC)
  21. 21. "  Culture is defined as the behaviors and beliefs  characteristic of a particular group. It is how  people act on what they believe. The qualities,  that are in the people and group, arise from a  concern for what they regard as excellent in  manners and scholarly pursuits. It is a blend of  their vision, mission, beliefs and values."   (Wikipedia) Culture
  22. 22. Keeping Kids FirstApril 19, 2009 by Kelly Hines (Edurati Review at http://www.eduratireview.com/) Learning and Teaching are not the same thing. How many times have we heard a colleague say, “I don’t know why these kids don’t get it. I’ve taught it a hundred times.” I equate teaching and learning to a basic physics principle. If an object does not move, no matter how much force has been applied, no work has been done. Therefore, if a student has not learned, not matter how much effort has been exerted, no teaching has been done. Teaching in the 21st century is going to be about working smarter and not harder. It is not about adding to our proverbial plates. We must look at learning as the product of a successful day. Learning will not look the same to all students or all teachers, but it must be the goal. Technology is useless without good teaching. We have countless technological tools at our disposable today. When we put innovative tools in the hands of innovative teachers, amazing things can happen. If you put these tools in the hands of teachers who are not willing to innovate, money has been wasted. There are arguments against spending the money on interactive whiteboards for classrooms. At approximately 2000€ each, you would think these boards would facilitate better teaching. It is not about the board. It is about proper training and mindset of a teacher who is already willing and eager to do amazing things. The lack of comprehensive and curriculum-related professional development for teachers is why schools have thousands of computers that are being used as game systems and word processors.
  23. 23. Jorgie's formula for teaching T = (L + R + C)Ch Teaching (T) equals Learning(L) plus Retention (R) plus connections(C) multiplied by change (Ch). If what I do doesn't cause people to change the way they behave I haven't really taught them anything. It doesn't have to have a life altering effect on them, but maybe a slight course correction that sends them into a new direction. Everything valuable I have every learned has caused me to change, and I hope it has caused me to change for the better, to improve. (Jorgie's Learning Blog: W =F x D; T = (L + R + C)Ch) http://jorgie-learning.blogspot.com/2009/05/w-f-x-d-t-l-r-cch.html
  24. 24. Sites for Science... Play chemistry and algebra games at FunBasedLearning.com http://funbasedlearning.com Teachers, Create your own FREE Math Games School http://www.mangahigh.com HotMath for Science Teaching and Learning http://bit.ly/9uhSJF ...shift the exploration to students!
  25. 25. Math examples Spice up your math class - example of a mindamap based work http://www.mindomo.com/view?m=38cc4f6a467acbfde4be796e68399450 Funky Function Notation http://animoto.com/education/case_studies#functionnotation WolframAlpha http://www.wolframalpha.com/examples/ How can we measure teaching and learning in mathematics? http://prezi.com/mwjmblbegsbx/how-can-we-measure-teaching-and-learning-in- mathematics/
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