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Learning Communities: from Educaion to Learning

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Learning Communities: from Educaion to Learning

  1. 1. LEARNING COMMUNITIES From education to learning... Ulf-Daniel Ehlers Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg LEACOMM // 19 – February – 2016
  2. 2. Strong Ties Weak Ties
  3. 3. ? Question  Network  Community  Reflection Network
  4. 4. experiment & explore networking, build clusters, develop projects experiment, practice, work conceptualisation through reflection & peer-learning Presentation/ Teaching Reflection/ Feedback ? Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog
  5. 5. Dr. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers ::: European Foundation for Quality in E-Learning ::: ulf.ehlers@icb.uni-due.de E-Learning 1.0 LMS as island
  6. 6. Dr. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers ::: European Foundation for Quality in E-Learning ::: ulf.ehlers@icb.uni-due.de E-Learning 2.0 LMS as a Gate
  7. 7. Dr. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers ::: European Foundation for Quality in E-Learning ::: ulf.ehlers@icb.uni-due.de Changing Faces of E-Learning From Distribution… Learning Management Systems Materials online PresentationInformation …to Collaboration and Reflection E-PortfoliosWeblogs Communication Collaboration WiKisCommunities Transmissive Learning Expansive Learning Broadcasting Learning E-Learning 1.0 E-Learning 2.0 Technology = Islands Technology = Gates
  8. 8. From education to learning
  9. 9. Anno 1088 http://isdsbologna2013.org/blog/location/bologna/#!prettyPhoto-205/0/ Exclusively for the chosen few...
  10. 10. Anno 1965 http://www.rd.ruhr-uni- bochum.de/imperia/md/images/rd/plasma/news/luftbild_rub_s__dwest.jpg Industrialisation, Massification, Standardisation
  11. 11. Anno 2014 http://web.mit.edu/jsaa/www/photos/stata.jpg Postmodern, Individualised, Disaggregated
  12. 12. The career of an idea... Where does that leave us?  The traditional model: Exclusively for few chosen.  The modern (massification) model: Standard model for masses.  The post-modern model: Individualised and diversified HE (Rip and Mix Approach/ Patchwork)
  13. 13. Consequences of Connected Learning Modern (Massification) Education Model Postmodern Adult Learning Model Defined degrees Short and patchwork study cycles Study in a degree framework Study according needs and interest Curriculum is oriented to professions No clear curriculum, but certifiation needs Expert led/ Prof. led knowledge transfer Students are peers Exam driven/ Certification bound Learning experience in the foreground Certifiation of knowledge/ achievements Assessment of competences Institution bound De-institutionalised Institution‘s reputation determines value Experience + practice value gain importance Clear timebound structure of degrees Flexibilisation Disciplins are structure giving Inter-disciplinary/ trans-disciplinary Disciplin oriented: canon of methods and knowledge Problem oriented Academic status, traditions, clothing Individualised Differentiation against „non-higher education“ Continuum through ed.-sectors + levels
  14. 14. The path of illusion… With online collaboration and availability of (OE)resources learning will improve!
  15. 15. Challenges Ahead... Challenge 1: Guidance and Inclusiveness  Guidance in potentially unstructured learning context  Participation requires autonomous and self- directed learning competences Challenge 2: Learning Goals and Recognition  Informal, non-formal learning vs. Documentation and recgnition of learning achievements (IPTS Study 2013)
  16. 16. Open Education Practice
  17. 17. earning Communi
  18. 18. Global
  19. 19. Offen
  20. 20. Geteilt
  21. 21. Learner generated
  22. 22. ehlers@dhbw.de Baden-Wurttemberg Cooperative State University www.dhbw.de Thank you for your attention!

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