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A reflective account of collaborative successes and failures ……. a true story! Team A from Course 3 of the 2003/04 CeLTT programme Team A …. Course 3 CeLTT …. The whole programme Course 1 An Introduction to eLearning, Teaching & Training Course 2 Designing eLearning, Teaching

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a reflective account of collaborative successes and failures a true story

A reflective account of collaborative successes and failures ……. a true story!

Team A

from

Course 3 of the 2003/04 CeLTT programme

celtt the whole programme
CeLTT …. The whole programme

Course 1

An Introduction to

eLearning, Teaching

& Training

Course 2

Designing

eLearning, Teaching

& Training

Course 4

eLearning Project

Course 3

Principles of

eLearning, Teaching

& Training

celtt the whole programme4
CeLTT …. The whole programme

Course 1

Collaborative tasks

& written

proposal

Course 2

Coursework portfolio

document &

evidence of tasks

Course 4

Personal learning

contract and agreed

project

Course 3

Group multimedia

report & an individual

reflective report

the course 3 model
Enquiry-based collaborative learning – tutors provide roadmap in form of key questions

Controversy-based questions – e.g. identify & discuss pros & cons, etc

Access to rich & relevant information provided

Tutors help to focus interaction on rational arguments

High concurrency inherent in CeLTT structures

No individual assessments of team members

The Course 3 model
collaborative learning the possibilities we exploited
Instant, live online interaction (RTCs)

Discussion of topics asynchronously

Build a network of trusted colleagues

Work & learn together in a digital workspace

Share files, resources, links, ideas

Use collaborative content tools

Emphasis on building knowledge, not content

Collaborative learningThe possibilities we exploited
team a s advantages
Met at initial induction day – good social interaction online

Optimum group size – 4 persons

Diversity of experience & training

Common interest – to be eTutors we acknowledge need to be eLearners!

Varied skill sets within the group

Disciplined & methodical approach

Shared responsibilities

Team A’s advantages
knowledge construction
Knowledge Construction
  • Explored theoretical understanding and interpretation
  • Professional context influence
  • meaning and application
  • Agreement of definitions
  • Individual acquisition (passive)
barriers to collaboration
Barriers to Collaboration
  • Priorities and Commitments
  • Individual Assumptions
  • Adoption of Roles
  • Disagreements
  • Personal Circumstances
group s final report
Group’s Final Report
  • Web-based multimedia report
  • http://www.bedford.ac.uk/smonie/celtt3
  • Dreamweaver, Flash, Microsoft Office
  • One production role, many content provision & checking roles
group s final report12
Group’s Final Report
  • Effective but hard to manage
  • Common skill base
  • Managing Rights and Responsibilities of production
  • VLE would increase production roles and file version management
slide13

Shared production of report

- i.e. each team member doing a part

All Team A Members

Research, Notes, Content

Report

Design

Tools

Not chosen

Learning Environment

Software

Collation, Screen Design, Editing

Proofing, Comments

Web Pages, Images, Multimedia, Document Formatting

All Team A Members

production of report by one team member
Production of report by one team member

All Team A Members

Option selected

Research, Notes, Content

Proofing, Comments

Web

Report

Learning Environment

One Team A Member

Web Pages, Images,

Multimedia, Document

Formatting

Design

Tools

Collation, Screen Design,

Editing

application of online collaboration in our own professional contexts
Application of online collaboration in our own professional contexts
  • Mike …..client case conferencing online in “back-to-work” programmes for persons with disabilities, and learner groups in computerised accounting courses
  • Aga ….. EBL in management training and professional development programmes, and online collaborative discussion of case studies
  • Simon …..problem-solving for groups of learners in vocational training schemes, modern apprenticeships and
  • Sharon …. transforming Learning with ILT (JEB Level 4), staff development programmes and support materials in blended environments
in conclusion
In Conclusion
  • Collaboration improves over time
  • Social interaction is important
  • Technology is not a barrier but lack of skills could be
  • Frustrations can be overcome
  • Tutors are a key motivator / mediator.