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Implementation Strategies for Emerging Technologies in Higher Education. Agenda. Defining e-learning and the role of emerging technologies What do we know about impact of technology on pedagogy – ePedagogy Identify the technologies that may make it through the hype cycles

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Implementation strategies for emerging technologies in higher education

Implementation Strategies for Emerging Technologies in Higher Education


Agenda

Agenda

  • Defining e-learning and the role of emerging technologies

  • What do we know about impact of technology on pedagogy – ePedagogy

  • Identify the technologies that may make it through the hype cycles

  • Determine implementation strategies


Good teaching principles

Good Teaching principles

  • Contact between lecturer and students

  • Cooperation between students

  • Encouragement of active learning

  • Giving rich and rapid feedback

  • Emphasizes time on task

  • Communicating high expectations

  • Respect diverse talents and ways of learning

    (Chickering and Gamson)


What is good learning

What is Good Learning?

  • Move to a learner-centric approach

  • Constructivism – these factors of good learning is taken into account:

    • personal background

    • interpretations and perspectives

    • social collaboration and negotiation

    • larger cultural and social perspectives

    • authenticity and context of knowledge

      (Sami Paavola & MinnaLakkala)


Underlying requirements for success of e learning

Underlying requirements for success of e-Learning

  • Management support (buy-in)

  • Sound IT infrastructure

  • Incentives for Educator


Integration strategies

Integration strategies

  • Standards – allowing for individualism

  • Operational efficiency and flexible

  • Constituent services effectiveness


Define emerging technologies

Define Emerging Technologies

  • It is often without a clear meaning or definition:

    • May or may not be new technologies

    • Experiences hype cycles

    • Satisfy the ‘not yet’ criteria of

      • Not yet fully understood;

      • Not yet fully researched (in a mature way);

    • Are potentially disruptive, but show potential


Implementation strategies for emerging technologies in higher education

Gartner- Hype cycle for Technology


Implementation strategies for emerging technologies in higher education

Gartner - Hype Cycle for Education


2012 horizon report

2012 Horizon report

  • 1 year or less

    • Cloud Computing (especially storage)

    • Mobile Applications

    • Social Reading (OER or OCW for HE)

    • Tablet Computing

  • 2 to 3 years

    • Adaptive Learning Environments ***

    • (Augmented Reality)

    • Learning analytics ***

    • Digital Identity


Challenges that emerging technologies brings to he

Challenges that Emerging Technologies brings to HE

A major obstacle to reaching effective, efficient and appealing integrated e-learning technologies or environments is the lack of proven pedagogical models


Challenges of social media snooping

Challenges of social media snooping


Implementation strategies for emerging technologies in higher education

(Jochems et al)


Flexible learning

Flexible learning

  • …flexibility with regard to time and place and flexibility with regard to student needs…


Complex learning

Complex learning

  • …. another type of “Skills” is required for the society of tomorrow….


Dual learning

Dual learning

… Complex Learning and Flexible Learning meets in the field of Dual Learning …

  • It stresses the importance of realistic learning tasks

  • It may help to close the gap between formal education and professional practice


He conflict of control

HE Conflict of Control

The key to adoption success is that none of the three managerial control environments of Organization, Technology or Pedagogy should be overpowering


Resistance to change

Resistance to change

In a time of change, it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned finds themselves equipped, in a world that no longer exists

…. Eric Hoffer


Contribute to the discussion plse

Contribute to the discussion plse

  • Twitter: @sakkiesmit

  • Blog (full research paper here)

    http://smitte.co.za/blog/?page_id=14

  • Email:

    [email protected] , [email protected]


Thank you

Thank you


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