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Designing Learning E-learning & D -learning ( E = electronic : D = design). Anne Boddington Dean of Faculty Faculty of Arts, University of Brighton. Designing Learning. “all genuine education comes through experience” But i t does not follow that

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Designing learning e learning d learning e electronic d design

Designing LearningE-learning &D-learning ( E = electronic : D = design)

Anne Boddington

Dean of Faculty

Faculty of Arts, University of Brighton


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Designing Learning

“all genuine education comes through experience”

But it does not follow that

“all experiences are genuinely or equally educative”

(John Dewey 1938)


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Cultural changes in education include shifts from

teaching to learning

scarcity to abundance

Spectator/consumer to producers of knowledge

1:1to 1:manytomany:many

E-learning to D-Learning


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Designing Learning

ME -Learning

&

WE -Learning


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Designing Learning

“We become what we behold. We shape our tools and then our tools shape us”

Marshall McLuhan

Understanding Media, 1964


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Designing Learning

So what is a university for ?

Balsama

Diagram from Anne Balsamo


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Designing Learning

A university is for:

sustaining conversations

shaping the future of human life

stimulating innovation

shaping new structures of and for learning

shaping new pedagogies


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Designing Learning

Diagram from Anne Balsamo


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Designing Learning

How do universities learn?

What would a creative university look like ?

How do we design learning?


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Designing Learning

Two communities

Students Teachers

Learning & Research Teaching & Research

OR

One community

Students + Teachers

Learning & Researching together


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Designing Learning

Teaching

Neighbouring communities

Digital/E-communities

Museums

Galleries

Businesses

Cityscape

Landscape

Civic Organisations

Learning Research


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Designing Learning

Together together?

or

Alone Together

(Sherry Turkle)


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Designing Learning

Design is one of the engines of innovation, generated through perpetual exchange and the interchange and accretion of collective wisdom, ideas, knowledge, skills and materials.

Balancing contingencies of time, space and place, design offers moments of convergence, of memorable clarity and sense-making in a world constantly in flux.

DESIGNING

Design thinking + Design doing


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Designing Learning

Graphic

Fashion

Interior Management

Textile DESIGN

Environmental Innovation

Product

Industrial


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Designing Learning

Graphic

Fashion

Interior Management

Textile DESIGNING

Environmental Innovation

Product

Industrial


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Designing Learning

DESIGNING

Design thinking + Design doing


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Designing Learning

Designing is distinguished from problem solving because :

it reflects on history

embraces the present

and

looks to the future – it is prospective

it is fundamentally human


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Designing Learning

Designing brings together:

skill, experience, knowledge, wisdom,

mind and body

It transcends disciplinary boundaries

it is transformative

It is a sophisticated form of learning


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Designing Learning

Designing brings together:

skill, experience, knowledge, wisdom,

mind and body

it crosses disciplinary boundaries

it is transformative

It is a sophisticated form of learning


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Designing Learning

Our challenge:

is to understand and design places and spaces of learning and to choreograph their occupation

Place : as stable, bounded and fixed

Space : as practiced place – created in time through action


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Designing Learning

Our challenge:

is to re-conceive spaces of learning and their relationships one to another

Personal places and spaces

Physical places and spaces

Digital places and spaces

and the shape of our universities


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Designing Learning

Our challenge:

to re-conceive spaces of learning and their relationships one to another

“Accommodation Planning colleagues here in Estates & Facilities

Management advised us that the normal provision within pooled

rooms consists of a projector, screen and a whiteboard.”

Extract from a university email about learning spaces (June 2010)


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Designing Learning

Our challenge is:

sustaining conversations

and adding a

“D” to the “E” of Learning


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Designing Learning

Thank you

[email protected]


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