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The Peripatetic Learner

Paper presented at ascilite 2012 conference - 'Future Challenges | Sustainable Futures', Wellington, New Zealand, November 25-28.

Judit Klein

on 29 April 2013

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Transcript of The Peripatetic Learner

ascilite 2012 The Peripatetic Learner The Role of Mobility in Collaborative Learning Spaces Auckland University of Technology, NZ Judit Klein Revised Research Future Research Initial Ideas Literature ? QUESTIONS Judit Klein
@juditk Learning
Enabler (Yes, that's actually what my business card says) Image Source: http://www.nestle-family.com/nescafe/english/recipes/cafe-latte.aspx iPads add only LOGISTICAL value. (Laurillard, 2008) HARNESSING the affordances
of a device that
is inherenly MOBILE Lightweight Long
life Cellular data Small, thin Forming a new TECHNOLOGY Handheld Portable Desktop Server Agile SPACE iPad as the SPACE "Devices which fit this space are particularly useful for teaching and learning purposes, as they offer the flexibility needed for modern learning practices." http://www.ipadineducation.co.uk/iPad_in_Education/The_Agile_Space.html Ian Wilson - Apple Distinguished Educator AGILE Technological Perspective Image Source: http://shawnlealos.net/self-publishing-or-traditional-publishing-the-choice-is-easy-for-me/ Dr. William Rankin - Apple Distinguished Educator https://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/dr.-william-rankin/id505170031 A Theory of Learning
for the Mobile Age ( Sharples, Taylor & Vavoula, 2010) References: Technology forms education in its own image: the current era of technology is characterised by the mobility of people and knowledge. Media comparison studies of educational technologies often result in "no significant differences" to learning outcomes. No Significant Differences Revisited (Reeves, 2005) Traditional teaching methods need to be explored in relation to the new context - the technology needs to do more than emulate the role of the teacher. The Pedagogical Challenges to Collaborative Technologies (Laurillard, 2008) Image source: http://browse.deviantart.com/resources/vector/?q=book#/dz7c1k Location Awareness Real time collaboration Seamless content Dynamic interaction space Future CHALLENGES LEARNING for the future There has been no Pedagogical Technological 'KILLER APP' for education. iPad has the potential to be 'the game-changer' but the 'hardware revolution' needs to be matched on the software front. (Selwyn, 2011) (Murray, & Olcese, 2011) "Combine pedagogies and technologies to promote certain kinds of behaviours." (Belshaw, 2012) Paper link: http://tinyurl.com/peripateticlearner 'Intersection of Affordances' Background image: http://indirox.deviantart.com/art/Paper-Towns-Wallpaper-262450611
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