New pedagogies for the digital age.ppt

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New Pedagogies for
the Digital Age
Steve Wheeler
University of Plymouth
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The pace of
change is
accelerating
~ Dave Cormier
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“The present speed of
information based on
new technologies has
undermined
traditional expert
driven processes of
knowledge
development and
dissemination.”
www.aaceconnect.org
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2006
2009
2012
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• In 2006 there were
2.6 Billion searches
on Google each
month
• In 2009 there were
31 Billion searches
each month
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Radio
Television
The Internet
Apple iPod
Facebook
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– 38 years
– 13 years
– 4 years
– 3 years
– 2 years
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Years to reach an audience of 50 Million
– David Warlick
http://communications.nottingham.ac.uk/podcasts/
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“For the first time we
are preparing
students for a future
we cannot clearly
describe.”
~ Eric Hoffer
washingtonrebel.typepad.com
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"In the times of rapid
change, learners
inherit the Earth, while
the learned find
themselves beautifully
equipped to deal with
a world that no longer
exists."
~ Peter F. Drucker.
www.ocoruja.com
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"Long range
planning does not
deal with future
decisions, but with
the future of present
decisions."
www.hopscotch-kids.co.uk
~ Mark Halper in Forbes
(1997)
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"Dinosaurs were highly
successful and lasted a
long time. They never
went away. They
became smaller, faster,
and more agile, and now
we call them birds."
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“I cannot teach
anyone, all I can do is
make them think.”
~ Socrates
http://commarts.edgewood.edu/socrates.jpg
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“I cannot teach
anyone, all I can do is
make them think.”
~ Socrates
...but how do you
make them think?
http://commarts.edgewood.edu/socrates.jpg
www.newmediamusings.com
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Is learning
simply about
gaining
knowledge...?
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... or making
connections?
~ W. B. Yeats
www.preservefortlouis.org
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Education is not
the filling of a
pail, but the
lighting of a fire.
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Personalised Learning?
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Personalised Learning?
http://www.hseb.utah.edu
~ Alvin Toffler
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We don't need
to reform the
system. We
need to replace
the system.
www.strategy-business.com
Just for me
Apprenticeship model
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Trends in Education
Just for me
Apprenticeship model
Just in case
Standard Curriculum
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Trends in Education
Just for me
Apprenticeship model
Just in case
Bespoke Curriculum
Standard Curriculum
Just in time
© Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2010
Trends in Education
Just for me
Apprenticeship model
Just in case
Bespoke Curriculum
Standard Curriculum
Just in time
Personalised Learning
Just for me
© Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2010
Trends in Education
Just for me
Apprenticeship model
Just in case
Bespoke Curriculum
Standard Curriculum
Just in time
Personalised Learning
Personal Learning Environment
Just for me
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Trends in Education
Personal Web Tools
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Generating Content
Sharing Content
Organising Content
Personal Web Tools
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Generating Content
Communication
Sharing Content
Organising Content
personalised
anyplace
http://ithalas.com
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anytime
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Distributed (Cloud) Computing
Enhanced Smart Mobile Technology
Collaborative Intelligent Filtering
3D Visualisation and Interaction
Source: steve-wheeler.blogspot.com
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E-Learning 3.0
~ Einstein
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Imagination is
more
important
than
knowledge
www.students.ou.edu
www.topnews.in
~ Sir Tim Berners-Lee
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“We need diversity
of thought in the
world to face the
new challenges.”
Modes of learning
Reflective
Collaborative
Informal
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Formal
Modes of learning
Informal
Reflective
E-portfolios
Essay writing
Blogging
Microblogging
Collaborative
Group work
Co-operative learning
Social networking
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Formal
Formal Learning
30%
Informal Learning
70%
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Formal and Informal learning
Informal Learning
Formal Learning
Self Organised Learning
In SOL students take
responsibility for their own
learning and put this into
successful action.
Source: http://www.equal-works.com
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Self organised learning
For successful self organised learning the essential
components are:
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Communication
Reflection
Collaboration
Community
Creative Tools
Amplification
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Self organised learning
Personal space
Community space
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Space integration
Personal space
Community space
Blog
Reflective space
Wiki
Collaborative space
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Wiki blog integration
Wiki blog integration
Personal space
Community space
Blog
Wiki
Reflective space
Collaborative space
Negotiation of meaning
Co-construction of knowledge
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Proximal Development
Professional ID
Creative writing
Critical thinking
Meta cognitive processes
Socio cognitive processes
(Gleaves et al, 2007)
Blog
Who I am
Reflection
Self expression
(Brescia & Miller, 2006)
Wiki
What I know
Sharing/exchanging
Editing/modifying
(Tu et al, 2008)
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Wiki blog integration
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“It's not what you
know that counts
anymore. It's what
you can learn.”
– Don Tapscott
http://www.nationalpost.com
Steve Wheeler
Faculty of Education
University of Plymouth
W: www2.plymouth.ac.uk/distancelearning
E: [email protected]
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Thank you

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