Pedagogical Vocabularies – a discussion issue? Lisa Corley CETIS, University of Bolton Sheila MacNeill CETIS, University of Strathclyde Outline of presentation Details of JISC Pedagogical Vocabularies Project undertaken by CETIS (plus context of work)
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Lisa Corley CETIS, University of Bolton
Sheila MacNeill CETIS, University of Strathclyde
Available @ http://www.jisc.ac.uk/elp_vocabularies.html
Pedagogical vocabularies are needed so that we can talk to each other (lecturers, learning technologists, developers etc)Against:
It’s just a displacement activity and they don’t want to talk to each other anyway- what’s the point in looking at Pedagogical vocabularies?
‘For’ for different folksPedagogicalVocabularies
“Original consultation (2004) emphasised need for: ‘a common language for describing all this’. We know there are problems translating between research projects, developer requirements, and real examples of practice…
really important (question) ‘What would you want or need to use a pedagogical vocabulary for?’ We really need to understand more about the ways in which educational vocabularies, and other structured accounts of pedagogy, might be useful.”
Helen Beetham,JISC eLearning and Pedagogy Programmehttp://www.online-conference.net/experts/Presentation%20HB/index.html
“…the 121 pages that comprise the first two survey reports, the Pedagogical Vocabularies Review and the Vocabulary Management Technologies Review, seem hardly to justify the tepid 7 page 'Recommendations' document that follows. Study study study, disseminate, more study, pilot a bit, repeat. Sorry guys, I wish I could be more enthusiastic about this; I want to take succour in the belief we can control the growing chaos, find sense through old patterns and methods, but you know what, I can't do it anymore, I have seen the light, and this is not it.” Scott Leslie, EdTechPost