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Transcript of MOOC Design

June 11th 2015


Digital Literacy Experiences for Social Exclusion Groups
and Educational Intervention Strategies.

Grundtvig Learning Associations - Gijón Transnational Meeting
IITAE-Innovative Information Technologies for Adult Education
ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
COOC
: Classically Offered Online Courses (Classroom model)
cMOOCs
: Connectivism. Creation, Creativity, Autonomy, Connection (
Siemens
).
xMOOCs
: Information transmission (Massive classroom model, Content-focused).

ECO sMOOCs
: Social MOOCs. Connectivist model based on social networked learning. Social Media interactions as communication and interaction model.

sMOOCs?
ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
KEY PEDAGOGICAL FEATURES IN MOOC DESIGN
Using
texts
,
self-produced videos
and other r
esources already available
.

Different learning styles and student needs:
multiple learning paths
.

Incorporate opportunities for
participation and collaborative learning
offered by social media, encouraging meetups through geolocation tools.

Designing a friendly, attractive and accessible learning environment
maximizing multimedia possibilities
.



ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
BASIC CURRICULAR ELEMENTS OF A COURSE
P2P & Collaborative P2P (Group to Group)

Self

Collaborative
(social media)

Individual

Text documents

Syllabus

Video Lectures, etc

Assessment

Assignments

Educational contents & resources

Preliminary test(s)

ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
WORK WEEK (Collaborative Assignments)
Week

Facebook, Twitter
(questions, discussion,
disemination, etc.)

Self
assessment
(basic
concepts quiz)

Study and
reading

Watch Video
Lectures

Watch Video
Instructions

Preliminary
Quiz

D. Social media activities

C. Assignments

B. Basic contents

A. Start working

Continuous Formative Assessment:
professor assessment, discussion forums, weekly video wrap-ups.
Group creation
(professional profiles)
Multimedia Presentation
(P-C assessment)

Discussion forum
(specific content
topics)

MOOC DESIGN IN ECO PROJECT:
ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
UNIOVI eTIC TEAM
Research Team for the
Socially Ethical Use of ICTs
and Virtual Learning Environments of the University of Oviedo.
http://www.unioviedo.es/ecolearning/
AQUILINA FUEYO
Team Coordinator
Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer
of Educational Technology at the
University of Oviedo
.

Since 1988 she has developed educational activities as a university professor and written relevant papers in the subjects of Educational Technology, Communication and Media Education, Educational, Computing Education, New Technologies for Education, and New Technologies for Education Innovation.
SANTI FANO
Project Researcher
Pedagogue.

Researcher at the Education Sciences Department of the University of Oviedo (ECO Project).

Social Media and Digital Learning Professor at UNED.
http://www.unioviedo.es/ecolearning/
TEAM WEBSITE & BLOG
ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
European Commission Project
- Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP).
2014-2017
Budget
: 4.626.000 euros (EU = 2.313.000)
23
european partners: Public Universities, Associations and Companies.

www.ecolearning.eu
Improve quality, access and equality in education and training by developing an innovative and leading-technology MOOC platform based on Open Educational Resources, participatory culture and learning networked communities.

To develop an innovative pedagogical model for MOOCs.

To increase awareness of the advantages of open education in Europe. The project will prove the potential of MOOCs (courses and communities) for breaking down technological barriers in learning across people with special needs or at risk of exclusion.

ECO PROJECT GOALS
Reach 50,000 teachers from different educational levels and social work professionals around Europe.

The expected impact of ECO will be increased by training 4,000 certified teachers who will be able to create their own online courses and other educational resources and distribute them through the learning platform that comprises all pilots.

This will make the project expand into the teachers’ respective communities and, therefore, ECO will pay special attention to the training of European teachers.

ECO PROJECT GOALS
PHASE 1
2014-2015
To analyse requirements for MOOC platforms from a pedagogical viewpoint (Including learning analytics, web 2.0 and other aspects).
To set up a pedagogical framework for designing and implementing MOOCs.
To design the overall ECO platform architecture and integrate all the individual modules building the overall platform.
Design 14 pilot courses within the ECO platform.
To analyse and assess the MOOC market international scenario.
PHASE 2
2015 - 2016
Implement 14 pilot courses.

Reach 50,000 teachers from all educational levels.

Develop user satisfaction and quality assessment strategies
for the courses.

To increase awareness in Europe on the open educational resources benefits for European citizens and institutions.
PHASE 3
2016-2017
Train and involve 4,000 learning professionals in creating
their own MOOCs.

To develop an appropriate business strategy and business plan for ECO sustainability.

WORK PACKAGES
WP1
WP2
WP3
WP4
WP5
WP6
Project Management
Methodology
and Pilots Specifications
Architecture and Service Integration
Service Deployment and Integration
Dissemination and Communication
Exploitation and Marketing
http://portal.ecolearning.eu
ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
AN INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGICAL
MODEL
FOR MOOCS

ECO
·
E
-Learning,
C
ommunication and
O
pen Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning
MOOC
: MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE.

Online Course designed for a big number of participants. Anyone can access it anywhere. Open to everyone with an internet connection without need of previous qualifications. Offers a complete free educative experience.

Includes: Educational contents, tutoring and peer interaction.
Also: activities, tests, feedback, syllabus, certification...

What is a MOOC?

Stimulating design.
Non-replicative pedagogical model: social learning construction.
Learner-oriented: autonomy.
Networked collaborative learning.
Allow personal adaptation and different learning styles (Learning Analytics).
Ubiquitous Learning, pervasiveness, contextualized.
Gamification.
Full open access: Always-Anyone-Anywhere
Fixed or open dates.
Formal and informal certification.
P2P assessment.
Open license(Creative Commons): remix, share.
Mobile.



sMOOC
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyrXW4XHI1c
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
Course Goal
: To address the possibilities of digital literacy as a tool for social inclusion.

Literacy
: Not an exclusively instrumental kind of training, also encompasses dimensions aimed at improving the quality of life of individuals, including their ability to use new technologies for the transformation of their social, labor, personal and political reality.
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
Aim
: To create a community of practice in which to invite different kinds of professionals to critically and creatively think about the most relevant practices so far in the fields of social exclusion, social gaps and digital literacy.

The designed methodology incorporates
social networking
and 2.0 web tools to integrate the experiences that the participants have in their personal and professional lives.
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
COURSE PHILOSOPHY

The MOOC as an event.
Personal and collective knowledge.
Ubiquitous learning environment.
Social Media.
Autonomy, Asinchronicity, Flexibility and Creativity.
Interaction mediated by learning activities.
Specific Virtual Learning Methodology.
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
KEY OBJECTIVES:

To develop communities of practice amongst social professionals.
Promote personal and collective reflection on the concepts of ubiquitous learning, digital inclusion and exclusion and digital divide.
Models of digital literacy.
Social implications for digital literacy.
Design and implement digital inclusion strategies for socially excluded groups.
STUDENT PROFILES
Target:

Wide age spectrum as is oriented to education professionals, teachers, social workers, therapists, social workers, intercultural mediators, etc.

3,000 education and social work professionals
(300 first edition, 800 2nd).

Participant recruiting Strategy.


FIRST EDITION STUDENTS:
Professional profile
Experience with Social Exclusion
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED

60%
Education professionals /
40%
Technology professionals

Roles:

Teachers.
Mediators and facilitators.
Technical Staff.
PEDAGOGICAL
ARCHITECTURE
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
UNIT 0
UNIT 1
UNIT 2
UNIT 3
UNIT 4
UNIT 5
PRESENTATION
INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES
UBIQUITOUS LEARNING
DIGITAL LITERACY

SOCIAL AND DIGITAL
EXCLUSION
SOCIAL-EDUCATIVE
STRATEGIES OF INTERVENTION
WITH SOCIAL EXCLUSION GROUPS
DESIGNING DIGITAL LITERACY
EXPERIENCES WITH
SOCIAL EXCLUSION GROUPS
ASSESSMENT AND
CLOSING ACTIVITIES
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
SYLLABUS
TEXT CONTENTS

VIDEOLECTURE
VIDEOTUTORING
SESSION
LEARNING
TASKS & ASSESSMENT
SOCIAL MEDIA
INTERACTIONS
UNIT STRUCTURE
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
METHODOLOGY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Related to the introduction to the course's
basic concepts
.

They can happen in:

Forum discussions
.
Audiovisual material analysis
.
Videoforums
(Movie discussion).
Self-assessment questionnaires
.
INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
METHODOLOGY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
1.

Caste study of a Digital Literacy experience with a certain
socially excluded group.

2.
Full design of our own Digital Literacy experience for
Socially Excluded People.
IN-DEPTH ACTIVITIES
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
TECHNOLOGICAL
ARCHITECTURE

MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
PINTEREST
EDULOC
OpenMOOC
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA_W68xrtO28gZkZN027Irg
https://www.facebook.com/alfabetizacionexclusion

https://www.facebook.com/groups/alfabetizacionexclusion2/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/alfabetizacionexclusion/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/653950538051358/
https://twitter.com/alfabetizaexclu
https://www.pinterest.com/alfabdigital/
http://www.eduloc.net/
http://hub8.ecolearning.eu/
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
ASSESSMENT
LEARNING ASSESSMENT
USER SATISFACTION ASSESSMENT
PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT
CONTINUOUS SELF-ASSESSMENT
PEER TO PEER (P2P) ASSESSMENT
QUESTIONNAIRE
QUESTIONNAIRE
TUTORING
STANDARIZED USER SATISFACTION QUESTIONNAIRE
30 ITEMS
BACKGROUND AND STUDENT PROFILES
CONTENTS
RESOURCES
LEARNING METHODS
LEARNING SUPPORT
ASSESSMENT
COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTION
ACCESSIBILITY AND USABILITY OF THE PLATFORM
OVERALL SATISFACTION
RECOMENDATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY


AND EXTERNAL RESOURCES

http://survey.ecolearning.eu/index.php?r=admin/authentication/sa/login
WEBZINE
JOO
MAG
https://www.joomag.com/magazine/mag/0590628001432553287/p1
FEEDBACK ON USER SATISFACTION
APPRECIATION OF VIDEOLECTURES
MAIN PROBLEMS AND DIFFICULTIES
WOULD YOU TAKE THIS MOOC AGAIN?
WILL YOU TAKE OTHER ECO SMOOC IN THE FUTURE?
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1OhqYiAPhzihVIwTFTTZmn09zrKKGfiGoovunv-8WMz0/viewform?c=0&w=1
THE COURSE ENCOURAGES REFLECTION AND DISCUSSION
OVERALL SATISFACTION
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
STRENGTHS
WEAKNESSES
DROP-OUT RATES
TECHNICAL PROBLEMS
ASSESSMENT SYSTEM
ORIGINAL AND CRITIC PERSPECTIVES ON EXCLUSION
REAL COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE
ACTUALITY OF ITS RESOURCES
PRACTICAL APPROACH
MOOC
:
Digital Literacy for Socially Excluded People.
Socio-educational intervention strategies
.
GOOD PRACTICE
THE COURSE AS A
ADEQUATELY ADDRESSES THE NEED TO TRAIN PROFESSIONALS.
ENCOURAGES CRITICAL AND CREATIVE REFLECTION.
WEB 2.0+ TOOLS.
CUSTOMIZABLE (PERSONAL RATE).
COLLECTIVE COLLABORATIVE INTELLIGENCE.
HIGH QUALITY LEARNING RESOURCES.
REAL SYNERGIES, REAL INTERACTION,
REAL COMMUNITY.
PEDAGOGICAL MODEL.
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