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Danuše Bauerová VŠB – Technical University Ostrava, Czech Republic. P7, VSB-TUO: Creation and design of virtual learning and communication environment ( & webpage ).  Integrative Learning and Personal Credit Portfolio Creation. Openness and Connection.

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Danuše Bauerová

VŠB – Technical University

Ostrava, Czech Republic

p7 vsb tuo creation and design of virtual learning and communication environment webpage

P7, VSB-TUO: Creation and design of virtual learning and communication environment (& webpage)

 Integrative Learning and Personal Credit Portfolio Creation

openness and connection
Openness and Connection

Content AGGREGATION and Knowledge SHARING

in aLearning Environment

principle of today learning and communication
Principleoftodaylearning and communication
  • Contentis open and movesfluidlythroughlearningactivitiesin authenticproblemspaces
  • Expertiseisopenlyshared

WSU

content and objectives of the presentation
Content and objectivesofthepresentation

Communicationenvironment

  • Communicationenvironmentforthe PARTNERS communicationduring Dante project
  • Communication and LEARNINGenvironment

Objectivesofthepresentation

  • To point out

…principles and strategyoftodaylearning, mainlybottom-up strategy

2. To stress

… thewayto ourobjectives

3. To open debate

WSU:

communication and learning environment on the dante project
Communication (and learning) environmenton the Dante project
  • Net structuredcommunicationof 8 partners(approx. 20-30 people)
  • Communicationofpartnerswithlearningteams (targetgroup) – organizationoflearningprocess (in 1+ 8 languages)
  • Net structuredcommunicationamongmembersoftargetgroupduringlearningprocess
  • Communicationas the main topic of learningcontent, i.e.what they learn
  • One to one
  • One to many
  • Many to many
principles and strategy
Principles and strategy

Open globaldialog

Cloudbasedlearning, the web2.0 strategy

Buttom-up strategy

Network structure

Integrative learning

  • Connectivism
  • Positive digitalidentity

Individualpathway

principles and strategy of the dante project
Principles and strategyofthe Dante project

Whichweb applicationwewill use?

Whowillbethecreator and designer ofthe handbook and guidelines?

Whowillbetheteachers?

Whatwillbetheoutput?

Howwewillintegratethelearning?

Howwewill encourageour target group members to develop their personaldigital identity?

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!?!

TEACHER-CENTRED  LEARNER-CENTERED APPROACH

How to MINIMISE TEACHING(the predicted) in order to MAXIMISE LEARNING?

How to MAXIMISE processes of NEGOTIATIONof meaningenabled by INTERACTION?

“What should LEARNERS be doing TO LEARN these new skills?” (Not: “What should I be doing to teach themthese new skills?”)

learner centered approach

SHARING

LEARNER-CENTERED APPROACH

NEW

model

OLD model

IDEAS

SPACE and TIME

NEGOTIATION OF MEANING

cloud based learning
Cloud-based Learning

CLOUD-COMPUTINGis a recent INNOVATION

where applications ARE HELD ON THE INTERNET

and ACCESSED DIRECTLY as and when needed

rather than residing on your hardware or even on a server. 

Danuse.Bauerova@vsb.cz

open global dialog
OPEN GLOBAL DIALOG

TheWEB 2.0 technology allows CONTINUAL RESPONSE of all attendants involved in the NETWORK composed of participants EQUAL WITH EACH OTHER

Danuse.Bauerova@vsb.cz

the hierarchical structure is replaced with a network
The hierarchical structure is replaced with a network

The educator presents learners with challenges, not with exactly given problems with sharply defined goals.

Challenges are only supposed to evoke particular situations of their future practical life.

IMPROVING OF THEIR LEARNING!

Danuse.Bauerova@vsb.cz

cloud learning in practice
CLOUD-LEARNING in practice
  • Social NETWORKING
    • peer learning: teachers and learnersas coleagues,
    • sharingwith co-workers,
    • actingglobally: CourseLearningEnvironment as anextensionofPLEs.
  • Usage of Web 2.0 tools for learnerACTIVITIES
  • Learneras a PROSUMER
    • customers are also the producers:
    • learningmaterials production by all community, learnersinclude
  • Trusting users as CO-DEVELOPERS (ofthe Dante handbook and guidelines)
knowledge can be organized in a conceptual framework only
Knowledge can be organized in a conceptual framework only

Network – the web is created by the many for the many: multiple authors, multiple pathway!

Continualconnectionschangecontentpermanently

NO „FINAL VERSION“ (ofthe Dante handbook and guidelines as well)!

creating personal learning environments connectivism
Creating(Personal) Learning Environments – CONNECTIVISM

PLE: The output is USERGENERATED

learning environments.

PLE is a part ofourlearners´ output!

The PLE

are Web sites or services where

  • learners are able to produce learning content or reflection
  • and store documentations about their learning processes.

The PLE

holds the learner´s knowledge in a HOLISTIC manner.

the output of the learning process on the dante project
The output ofthelearningprocess on the Dante project

Learnersdesign their virtual Personal Learning Environments (PLEs), in which they COLLECT their learningmaterials, CONNECT them together into a new contextand try to findtheir meaning.

By doing these activities learnersLEARN.

personal credit portfolio communities
PersonalCredit Portfolio - communities

ePortfolio

  • can help to document the learning that happens in learning communities,
  • provides a space for learnersto actively integrate their learning experiences and
  • share them with another, or even with broader communities of peers, families, and employers.
  • Learnershave an opportunity to interact with learners who have different backgrounds and life experiences.
  • Including multiple forms of evidence.
conclusion of the principles and strategy part
Conclusionofthe „Principles and strategy part“

The quality of product ofeducation process is tracing the quality of the achieved DIALOG and IdeasSharing!

   Connectivism

learners abilities to integrate learning
Learners´ abilities to integratelearning

Fostering learners’ ABILITIES to integrate learning

is one of the most important goals

and CHALLENGES for VET.

Learners’ abilities to integrate learning

  • across courses,
  • over time,
  • and between schooland community life.
steps of communication among partners during dante project
StepsofcommunicationamongPartnersduring Dante project

1. Create Dante virtual group

  • Gmails &groups& mailing lists

2. Archive activities chronologically

  • Blogger; Google Calendar + Doodle

3. Stop emailing attachments. Start sharing.Cooperate.

  • Google Drive, Google Docs (sharedfolders)

4. Share news many to many through social web, without emails.

  • Google+ (community) – everybody knows everything!

5. Create an integrative space of the Dante project

  • Google Sites?

6. Use cloud computing. Synchronize data. No flash disk etc.

  • Integrative environment of Google Apps

7. Use Next Google application

  • Google Groups - forums
  • Google Sites
  • Google Hangouts - online meetings, webinars
  • YouTube – archive ofGoogle Hagnouts + videocontent
  • Screen sharing - Google, Skype

8. Controlownintegrativepersonalenvironment

  • Google Dashboard
steps of communication among t arget group
Stepsofcommunicationamongtargetgroup

Same steps as ourswere.

1. Create Dante virtual group

  • Gmails &groups& mailing lists

2. Archive activities chronologically

  • Blogger; Google Calender + Doodle

3. Stop emailing attachments. Start sharing.Cooperate.

  • Google Drive, Google Docs (sharedfolders)

4. Share news many to many through social web, without emails.

  • Google+ (community) – everybody knows everything!

5. Create an integrative space of the Dante project

  • Google Sites

6. Use cloud computing. Synchronize data. No flash disk etc.

  • Integrative environment of Google Apps

7. Use Next Google application

  • Google Groups - forums
  • Google Sites
  • Google Hangouts - online meetings, webinars
  • YouTube – archive ofGoogle Hangouts + video content
  • Screen sharing - Google, Skype

8. Controlownintegrativepersonalenvironment

  • Google Dashboard
google drive

Create(and cocreate!)

Upload

Google Drive

Google Drive is a file storage

and synchronization service provided by Google, which enables user

  • cloud storage,
  • file sharing
  • and collaborative editing.
google community
Google Community
  • Google+ communities
    • are places for people
    • to get together and talk
    • about the interests they share.
many other google apps
Many otherGoogle Apps

… and whataboutotherapplication?

How do wefindwhatotherapplicationcanbeused?

google apps learning center
Google Apps Learning Center

Youcanlearn

whatyouwishorneed!

Dante project could use the proffesionalLearning Environment (a part of our work is ready)

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Why?

Why should schools use Google Apps?

  • Because it is amazing, free, efficient, convenient, and enhances collaboration.
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Continual communication, sharing and creation of Dante project OUTPUTS  content of the web pages isgenerated partly automatically

PUBLIC WEB pages created continually

doubts of participants of dante project and of the learning proces
Doubtsofparticipantsof Dante project and ofthelearning proces
  • Why do I need to share what I do? Why should there be a „social“ aspect to my efforts?
  • It´s a lot of work. Why is this worth my time?
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PersonalCREDIT: a paper?

My personality keeps me afloat!

learner centered approach1
LEARNER-CENTERED APPROACH

It is not easy

  • for anybody to submit to change from a hierarchical structure to a network structure,
  • to accept for bankers, salesman, all learners, and educators, as well asthat the knowledge is henceforward not seen
      • as“product,
      • something that is
        • static,
        • hard and organized
        • and defined by experts”

Siemens (2006).

IMPROVING OF LEARNING!

Danuse.Bauerova@vsb.cz

learner centered approach2
LEARNER-CENTERED APPROACH

Each of the participants (not onlyourlearners but we as well)

is going through HIS OWN HELL brought on by the Internet!

For years, we were used to having control over our learning.

  • Our thinking was determined by a hierarchical structure of instruction.

The network structure of information

  • is not static,
  • but gives the individuals and whole community the ability to comprehend them – a feat unattainable using the old methods.

IMPROVING OF LEARNING!

Danuse.Bauerova@vsb.cz

questions comments discussion
Questions, comments, discussion
  • Weshouldpracticewhatwewouldteach (moderate) ourlearners
  • Weshouldimprovethe Dante projectcommunicationenvironment
principles and strategy of the dante project1
Principles and strategyofthe Dante project

Whichweb applicationwewill use?

Whowillbethecreator and designer ofthe handbook and guidelines?

Whowillbetheteachers?

Whatwillbetheoutput?

Howwewillintegratethelearning?

Howwewill encourageour target group members to develop their personaldigital identity?

thank you for your attentiveness

…TAUGHT LESS…

…STUDIED MORE…

Thank you for your attentiveness!!

JÁN ÁMOS KOMENSKÝ

Danuše BAUEROVÁ

Danuse.Bauerova@vsb.cz

EkF VŠB-TU Ostrava

Danuse.Bauerova@vsb.cz