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Polling & Participation
Transcript of Polling & Participation
Connecting, Participating & Learning
Informal learning networks which consist of the people a learner interacts with and derives knowledge from. The learner does not have to know these people personally or ever meet them in person.
Personal Learning Networks (PLNs)
Concept of connectivism (Siemens, 2005)
Learning and knowledge rests in diversity of opinions;
Learning is a process of connecting … information sources;
Technology helps us make and maintain connections;
Capacity to know more is more critical than what is currently known.
Technology has the potential to disseminate learning much more widely than ever before. Subjects, classes and concepts that were previously limited to a privileged few are now freely available to any child or adult with an internet connection, all over the world.
Just as technology raises profound questions about how we learn, it also prompts us to think about how we teach. Games and interactive software can help pupils acquire complicated skills and rigorous knowledge in an engaging and enjoyable way.
Technology & Learning
Audience Response Systems (ARS) or Polling
Real-time collection of student opinions and their instant feedback can be useful in guiding the design and implementation of ... sessions.
Students can gain insights into each others’ attitudes and opinions, often anonymously and confidentially; and teachers can adapt to the feedback in directing the progress of a session
based on, in effect, a series of “if then” contingency measures. Online tabular and diagrammatic features can provide useful visual summaries of polling results, indicating whether or not the session’s learning outcomes are being achieved.
Baggaley, J., Kane, T. & Wade, B. (2002). Technical Evaluation Report 12. Online Polling Services. Retrieved from http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/89/168
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