O nline learning pedagogies at UEL . Workshop 2: Approaches to using technology to promote active learning. Simon Walker Head of Educational Development University of Greenwich, London , UK. Workshop 2 : Session Outline . 9.30 - 9.45: introductions 9.45 - 10.15: presentation:
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Online learning pedagogies at UEL
Workshop 2: Approaches to usingtechnology to promote active learning
Head of Educational Development
University of Greenwich, London , UK
Workshop 2: Session Outline
9.30 - 9.45: introductions
9.45 - 10.15: presentation:
10.15 - 11.00: hands on Moodle activity in computer suite (part 1). (move to ITC.01)
11.00 - 11.15 - break/refreshments
11.15 - 11.45: plenary
11.45 - 12.15: actionplanning (groupwork)
12.15 - 12.30: wrap up/ evaluation/close
New Approaches to Teaching, Learning and Assessment needed?
Academics claim that their courses produce these skills, yet the evidence is unclear. What does assessment say about priorities in a course?
Ref: Laurillard, D. (2012) Online support for academics' collaborative learning about teaching. Presentation. Royal Geographic Society. Epigeum 20/10/2012
pedagogy that exploits dialogue and conversation
pedagogy that allows learner and course content to be self-contained
Generations of distance education technology (all still in existence)
mass media of television, radio, and film production
Interactive technologies: audio, text, video, web and immersive conferencing
Fourth use of ‘intelligent’ data bases (intelligent flexible learning), semantic web technologies?
Pedagogical neutrality - example?
Comparison of DL pedagogies.
Anderson, T andDron, J (2011) Three Generations of Distance Education Pedagogy. International review of research in Open and Distance Learning; Special Issue - Connectivism: Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning. Vol 12, No 3 ONLINE< http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/890/1663> Accessed 15/06/13
Drill & practice
Focus on individual
Learning through association and reinforcement
Building on prior knowledge
Ref: Mayes & De Freitas, 2004
Learning through social interaction
Learning in context
Learning in a networked environment
Reflective & dialogic learning,
Experiential, Problem-based Role play
Whats a MOOC?
Ref: Conole, G. Massive Open Online Courses(MOOCs) -, University of Leicester
DL Forum presentation. 26thMarch 2013
Martin Scorsese 1973 Mean Streets
What tools are available?
Who I know
What I say
What represent me
What I share
What I know
Where I work
Thema: Exploring the experiences of Master's students in a digital age. Masterman, L. March 2007- 2009;
What I like
What and how I buy
How and where
to join me
Who can certify
What‘s said about me
What interests me
Jones, S based on ideas by.Dickinson (2007) & Cavazza. Digital Literacy CISCO Presentation. Bucks New University 2012
Yerkes-Dodson law of arousal
Yerkes RM, Dodson JD (1908). "The relation of strength of stimulus to rapidity of habit-formation". Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology 18: 459–482
Beetham, H. (2004), Review of e-Learning Models. In Effective Practice in e-Learning, JISC. http://www.jisc.ac.uk/publications/programmerelated/2004/pub_eff_prac_elearn.aspx
Beetham, H (2007) ‘An approach to learning activity design’, in Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age, Beetham, H & Sharpe, R (eds), Routledge, pp26–38
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