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Learning Ecology Framework

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Myra Travin

on 17 September 2015

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Transcript of Learning Ecology Framework

Big Idea Session:
Learning Ecology -- @m_travin

design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
The Learning Ecology Framework --
An Organizing Strategy for Data
From Instructor Control
to Learner Choice and Access

PEW Research -- as of January 2014:
90% of American adults own a cell phone.

44% of cell owners have slept with their phone next to their bed so as not to miss a call.

Learning Experience Design

Goal for an LE:
Ecology Data = Meaning & Predictability

"Personalized learning is the dynamic synthesis of environment, technology, curriculum and resource curation
to meet the goals of individual learners." Travin, 2015
Another word for personalization is: Algorithm

Each learner has their own algorithm. Each ecology does, too.

The task of xAPI is to interpret the
of the total data created by the ecology and provide
LE Organizing Strategy for xAPI

The LE also provides real-time data for diagnostics and evaluation:


Learning Ecology Framework -- Stages
What does the LE Framework Do?

The LE framework provides a
blueprint for implementation
of a
learning ecology which supports learner choice, access, personalization and iteration.

What data would you collect in a learning ecology framework?
How should it be collected?
How can you measure experience and assess meaning within a dynamic personalized environment?
How does the platform help or hinder your current data collection and visualization?
Designers of Experience
"The designer must know how to create environments
that provide opportunities to encounter conditions, relationships, communities and resources
that will facilitate learner growth
. Experience implies being affected by,
and creating MEANING
from, an environment. The data that is output is not ABOUT a learner, it is
from their POINT OF VIEW
and builds toward the creation of an ecology learning concept."
Writer As Designer of Experience
, Travin, 1993
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