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Digital Learning – Supporting Staff

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Sylvia Guidara

on 18 May 2014

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Transcript of Digital Learning – Supporting Staff

supporting staff to understand and implement digital learning
BIG PICTURE UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT
BIG PICTURE UNDERSTANDING
DIGITAL LEARNING FEATURES
GIVE STAFF KEY FOCUS AREAS
HOW WILL STAFF DEVELOP LEARNING EXPERIENCES FOR THEIR CHOSEN FOCUS AREA?
how will you support staff?
how will they share / demonstrate their learning?
digital age learners

the digital landscape
properties and dynamics

change drivers:
– mobile
– online
– networks
– the cloud
online
flexible
participatory
multimodal
user-driven
challenges traditional
teacher-student roles
digital learning pedagogy

curriculum design

mobile learning

rethinking learning spaces
give them time
– one focus area per year is fine!

how will they work?
– learning teams
– faculty groups
– interest groups
– individual
SUPPORT, SHARE,
ACCOUNTABILITY
RE-IMAGINING LEARNING PARADIGMS FOR THE DIGITAL AGE
emphasis on collaboration & sharing
participation & user as protagonist
moving beyond using old methodology with new technology towards reimagining learning – this will require some 'unlearning'
encourage them to narrow their focus
– less is more
unpack focus areas and ask staff to narrow their focus even more to a specific area they will work on developing
DIGITAL LEARNING PEDAGOGY
from prescriptive to connective practices
rethinking the delivery and distribution of learning
online networking and collaboration
blended learning
rethinking who participates in the learning process
CURRICULUM DESIGN
students are active participants in the meaning making
tech integrated throughout the learning journey – not just final products
students to more than consume digital content
digital tools to encourage learner reflection
project-based learning
real-world learning that matters
collaboration and networking with peers and experts
MOBILE LEARNING PEDAGOGY
how mobile devices can transform learning spaces
where can learning happen and how learning be different as a result
getting the most out of the affordances of mobile devices
RETHINKING LEARNING SPACES
reimagining how physical spaces are used
rethinking where and when learning happens
rethinking traditional one teacher – one class learning spaces
exploring how effective virtual learning spaces look like and work
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