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JISC HE Academy. Issues to address in contextualising learning resources; some heuristics [email protected] Community Learning - Becta. JISC HE Academy. TOPICS Background Context Modelling Metadata for Community Content Learner Modelling Community Content Design Principles

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Jisc he academy

JISC HE Academy

Issues to address in contextualising learning resources; some heuristics

[email protected]

Community Learning - Becta


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JISC HE Academy

TOPICS

Background

Context Modelling

Metadata for Community Content

Learner Modelling

Community Content Design Principles

Context; an Ecology of Resources

Context Tools; ELTI & Scenarios

Issues (who owns learning)


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Background

University teaching 1979 – 1981

FE Teaching 1982 – 2000

Social Impact of IT 1984-2000

eLearning Resource Development 1997-2001

Community Content Development 2002-2004

Metadata for Andragogy;

Socially Inclusive Learning for the Knowledge Democracy


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JISC HE Academy

Context Modelling CALL Initiative;

UK online centres

Community Grids for Information

NOF-DIGI Resources – EnrichUK

Socially Inclusive Learning providing; “Additionality & Progression”

How do (those) people learn?

LTRI Grounded Theory – “Lifecycles” Model


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JISC HE Academy

Metadata for Community Content Project

1. Best Practice in Community Learning

2. How People Learn in UK online Centres

1. Andragogic, Follow interests

2. Learning Community, “Lifecycles”

3. Animateurs, Timely Interventions

3. Learning Context - Lifecycles model of “supported development”


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Learner Modelling (see handout)

“Goal-seeking” motivated learners

Animateurs as “Trusted Intermediaries” provide “timely interventions”

Animateur build learning communities & mentors

Learners respond to social needs

Animateurs suggests resources (from links page)


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Learner Modelling (see handout)

“Goal-seeking” motivated learners

Animateurs as “Trusted Intermediaries” provide “timely interventions”

Animateur build learning communities & mentors

Learners respond to local needs build centre “lifecycle”

Infomediaries develop learning resources (from toolkits) for “second-tier” hosting resources (VLE’s?)


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Community Development Model of Learning

Attractor Stage;

Open, welcoming Locations, Learners follow interests

Self-supporting “learning community”

Engagement Stage;

Timely Interventions, Goal Articulation, Discussion

Counselling and Courses

Needs “Trusted Intermediaries”


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Digital Divide Content Debate

From Access to Content

Online Content for Underserved Americans

Contentbank.org, CGfL’s, Cybrarian

Conclusions;

Local Content for Local People

Tools and Skills Approach

Content Creation Toolkits and Training

“Context is King”


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Summary

Socially-inclusive Community Learning is interest-driven

Learner-modelling needs to adapt to learning context

Animateurs use interest information to develop learners;

Community Development Model of Learning

Community Content is about Context,Tools & Skills

Content-creation toolkits; hosted, andragogic, adaptable

Interoperability & Standards must account for Andragogy,

Accessibility, Inclusive socially & digitally


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Design Principles (Content Creation Toolkits)

1. Process-based (Andragogic)

2. Interest-driven learning

3. Learner-model defined (webquests)

4. Templates developed mapped to Learner model

5. Content contextualised by animateurs

6. Learners use resources, with peer support

7. Animateur review resources with info-mediaries


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Context & Issues

Broaden out debate looking at an HE approach

Context; an Ecology of Resources

Categories of resources that form a Learning Context

Content; the Stuff to be learnt

Process; the ways Stuff can be learnt

Location; places in which learning takes place

Organising Activities; a set of dynamic activities such as;


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Organising Activities; The representation and communication of the teacher/expert/more able peer's situation definition

The representation and communication of each learner's situation definition

A means of making the situation definition representation accessible to the learner, other people and devices within and beyond a single location

A means to identify and represent the range of qualities and quantities of assistance that can be made available to the learner

The provision of mechanisms through which individuals can communicate and negotiate

Assistance to support participants to collaborate in their formulation of a shared situation definition (scaffolding)

A mechanism to ensure that assistance is targeted to the learner's needs

The provision and allocation of resources to accomplish tasks


Context an ecology of resources

Context: an Ecology of Resources


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Context Modelling

Use the ELTI Tools to review institutional readiness

Use the “Key institutional factors” to personalise review

Develop Scenarios future modelling use scenarios

Use Matrix tool as a heuristic?

Incorporate Context-Modelling in to Organisational Reviews

(Public Value issues add Networked approaches?)


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Issues (who owns learning?)

1. What definition of e-learning (Learner-centric?)

2. Context Modelling; ELTI, Ecology of Resources (Static and Dynamic Elements, User Scenarios

3. Learner Modelling; Pedagogic, Andragogic, Heutagogic

4. Resource Design; Lesson Plans, Learning Objects, Learning Pathways or Objective-matched Template design?

5. Staff Development; Best contextualising resource, skills?

? Is Contextualising provided by LAMS “Saved Learning Paths and “Saved Learning Paths”?


Learners and pedagogy

Learners and Pedagogy

A = Zone of Available Assistance

B = Zone of Proximal Adjustment

ZPD

learner

more able partner


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Links

Community Content Design Issues and Resources

http://www.contentbank.org/homepage.asp

http://www.contentbank.org/addition_tools.asp

http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/ltri/research/informal.htm

http://neukol.org.uk/comchall/ - online pub quiz (community challenge)

http://www.enrichuk.net/ (see Showcase and Multikulti)

www.learners.org.uk

Community Centre Development Principles

www.bctpartners.com/resources/CTCs_as_Catalysts.pdf

Context Resources

http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=project_elti

http://jime.open.ac.uk/2005/22/luckin-2005-22-03.html

http://www.sussex.ac.uk/elearning/strategy.php

http://www.elearningeuropa.info/extras/new_learning_env.pdf

www.liv.ac.uk/ccr/2005_conf/subject_areas/education_complexity/full_papers/VargaAtkinsFullPaperweb2.doc


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