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e-Pedagogy: From Flipped to Global Classroom & MOOCs

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Claudia Megele

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Transcript of e-Pedagogy: From Flipped to Global Classroom & MOOCs

Learners study learning material outside classroom (e.g. watch lectures at home) and discuss with peers & tutors via the Web or social media.


Classroom time is dedicated to collaborative engagement and concept mastery.


Educational technology and learning activities (Action Learning) are inter-related components of Flipped Classroom model.

Flipped Classroom
An example of ENABLE
Global Classroom
Global Classroom connects learners as global citizens to the global context of knowledge and learning.

It generates better:
Cultural awareness & understanding
Career & community dev.
Enhance identity
Inspire & motivate
Communication literacy & skills
and more....
Dr, Peter Buzzi
From Flipped to Global Classroom & MOOCs
“If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow”
John Dewey
Changing Knowledge & Changing Learning Landscape
Changing Education & Practice Landscape
Hierarchies & Heterarchies
Different way of relating & learning....
Educator as tutor & mentor &
a partner in co-learning & coproducing.
Imagining the future of learning
Imagination is more important than knowledge....
Ubiquitous & Continuous Learning & Discovery
Possibilities are limited by your imagination
Web 4.0 - Symbiotic Web
Read-Write-Execution-Concurrency
"One of the main challenges of implementing new pedagogies, learning models, and new technologies in higher education is the realization of how interconnected they all are. "
Horizon report (2013, 15)
Looking at history
Maria Montessori, John Dewey, Herbert Kohl
(Founder of Open School movement who coined the word "
open classroom
") and even
Socrates
planted the seed of
Flipped Classroom
.

As a child we intuitively and
instinctively think our way into "knowledge"
, and this is at
the heart of reasoning
. Flipped Classroom capitalises on this process.

It's often the
ego-centred idea
that we have something important to say
that gets in the way of learning
Retracing the idea of Flipped Classroom
Glocal = Global + Local
Knowledge & Learning
Large-scale participation;
Usually free access via the Web;
Self-paced with time limits;
Short (10-15 minutes) multimedia components;
Tutors highlight issues, pose & answer questions;
Crowdsourcing of information.
MOOC
May involve:
Computer marked quizzes;
Peer reviewed coursework;
Peer discussion & learning using Forums, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter chats, etc.

Usually no prerequisites so anyone can sign up (although some may be different);
Generally free, although some may apply fees for certificates or academic credit.
Crowdsourcing of knowledge & Learning
ENABLE
Learner-led Enquiry Based Heutagogy

Enabling students to set the agenda for their own learning, based on their interest and beginning with enquiry based on their interest and curiosity.

This ensures that learning is relevant to the learner's experience and therefore, situated.

It allows autonomy and develops student's professionalism and professional confidence and profile.
Enquiry Based Learning
Focus on learning goals and the processes of learning.

Moving from Cognition to Meta-Cognition for deep and higher order of learning.

Learning activities and processes are interlinked, dynamic and interactive parts of a whole that forms a purposeful, meaningful, and valuable ecology and culture of learning and continuous improvement.

Educational Ecology
Leveraging Social Learning.

Learning takes place in interaction with others.

Maximizing the inter-relational dimensions of learning to include:

Learning form industry and Learning from practitioners, experts, organisations, blogs, videos, & other resources.

Use of Personal Learning Networks (PLN) as well as Peer Learning.

Use of Knowledge Networks and Communities of Practice and Interest (CoP & CoI).

Networked Learning
Active Blended Learning
& Action Learning
Assessment
Experiential learning.

Deep learning by doing.

Active learner-led action based learning.

Develops learner's Meta-Competence.

Examples: Problem Based Learning (PBL), Case Based Learning (CBL), Role Plays, etc.
Enquiry Network & Action-based Blended Learning Econology
Characterised by ubiquitous absence of “the leader” & the abundance of leadership

It is about coproduction rather than competition

Leaderful Learning
In an information-rich knowledge economy the focus of learning and assessment needs to be on the art of curation, reflection and higher order of learning.
If learners can answer the assessment questions:
by copying from the web, or
by Googling the answer, or
by guessing,
then perhaps we are asking the wrong questions.

“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.“

Antoine de Saint – Exupery

The term MOOC (or cMOOC) was coined to refer to a course developed by Stephen Downes and George Siemens entitled Connectivism and Connectivity Knowledge in 2008.

25 students attended the course on the campus of the University of Manitoba, and a further 2300 from around the world participated online.
In 2011, Peter Norvig and Sebastien Thrun used MOOC and open their Introduction to Artificial Intelligence at Stanford University.

An initial 160,000 students enrolled in the course with over 20,000 students completing it.
MOOCs
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