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Building Managed Learning Environments in Higher Education Institutional Strategy Pedagogy & VLEs Mark Stiles Professor of Technology Supported Learning Co-Director – The Learning Development Centre Staffordshire University Distributed Learning Any: Time Place Subject Pace

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Building ManagedLearning Environmentsin Higher Education

Institutional Strategy

Supporting Further and Higher Education

pedagogy vles
Pedagogy & VLEs

Mark Stiles

Professor of Technology Supported Learning

Co-Director – The Learning Development Centre

Staffordshire University

Supporting Further and Higher Education

distributed learning
Distributed Learning

Any:

  • Time
  • Place
  • Subject
  • Pace

Technology as a FOCUS for Learning

Supporting Further and Higher Education

a learning experience should be
A Learning Experience should be
  • Learner Centred
  • Active
  • Social
  • Supportive
  • Holistic
  • Flexible
  • Responsive
  • Effective

Supporting Further and Higher Education

some reasons for failure
Some Reasons for Failure
  • Thinking "Interactive" & "Engaging" are synonyms
  • Focussing on Content not Learning
  • Over-valuing "Discourse" (instead of "conversation")
  • Transposing traditional delivery onto technology
  • Isolating the Individual

Supporting Further and Higher Education

conditions for effective learning
Conditions for Effective Learning
  • Learning activities are Shared in a Specific Culture
  • Culture and Environment form the Context in which Learners and Experts interact
  • Learners need to develop culture-specific "meaning-making" tools
  • Activities should be "Authentic"

Supporting Further and Higher Education

conditions for effective learning7
Conditions for Effective Learning
  • Individual & Social learning are interdependent
  • Developing expertise relating Tacit & Codified knowledge
  • The link between learning, assessment and syllabus must be explicit
  • Assessment, activity and resources must match the Learner's level

Supporting Further and Higher Education

effective learning a summary
Effective Learning - A Summary

Learning is an Active Process in which "Authentic" but "Appropriate" Learning activities are Shared in a Specific Culture and Environment within which Learners and Experts interact.

Supporting Further and Higher Education

output driven course design model
Output-Driven Course Design Model
  • Identify Learning Outcomes
  • Develop Learning Opportunities/Assessments
  • Break down Opportunities to match Learning Level
  • Identify Resources - Information/Guidance/External
  • Don't forget- Lectures are Resources Too!

Supporting Further and Higher Education

mles vles and pedagogy
MLEs/VLEs and Pedagogy

"Don't buy a tool until you've decided what you will do with it"

Products can be:

  • Content centred or Learner centred
  • Activity centred or Conversation centred

"VLEs are inevitably designed with a pedagogical model in mind, that is usually not made explicit."

(Britain & Liber, 1999)

Supporting Further and Higher Education