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The LearningWheel ...a model of digital pedagogy

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Deborah Kellsey

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Transcript of The LearningWheel ...a model of digital pedagogy

The influx of emerging technologies and digital resources for learning appears to be infinite.
It can be overwhelming for even the most enthusiastic tech savvy individuals
To get involved or access the
LearningWheels follow:
@LearningWheel
@DebKellsey
#LearningWheel
LearningWheel group on LinkedIn
and finally...

Even more
confusing…
almost everyone around you is
Twitter
-ing on about how
Pinterest
-ing

TED

is
...whoever he is?!
You're in the
staffroom prepping for your next lesson.
Alex says...
Earlier you asked Chris...
You over hear a
conversation...
"Where are
the photos
from the
field trip?"
"…in the cloud!"
"I'm going to embed the
Scoopit! on to
our Level 3
Sports VLE."
"Great! Put
it below the
induction
Prezi"
Jade replies...
Familiar scenarios like the following reveal a need for a peer-to-peer support system...
A model of digital pedagogy
THE LEARNINGWHEEL
If you're still wondering who is?




TED is a platform for ideas worth spreading. Started in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, TED today shares ideas from a broad spectrum — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages.

Here's a wonderfully entertaining
and educational one to get you started...

Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
CC BY-NC-ND
The LearningWheel collection is extending on a monthly basis.

Completed Contextualised LearningWheels include:

How to use TWITTER to engage students studying:
Accountancy
ESOL
Graphic Design
Education Studies
English
Maths

Still awaiting completion
Level 3 Life Drawing
Chemistry
Engineering
Apprenticeships
Construction
IT
French
Biology...
The LearningWheel collection is extending on a monthly basis.

Completed... Contextualised LearningWheels include:
QRCodes
Blendspace
Twitter
Assistive Technologies

Completed... How to use a range learning technologies to engage students studying:
Research
English
Maths

Still awaiting completion
AS/A level Science
Sport
Travel & Tourism
Tutorial
Employability
Law
GoConqr...

Examples of LearningWheel
impact...
@DigiPals
Join the
#LearningWheel
community we're eagerly awaiting your thoughts and contributions. All contributors and their organisation are credited for content on each LearningWheel.

See examples...
The
#LearningWheel
love reach...
English as 3rd language becomes more engaged in digital learning content.
Student researches new hair colouring method... purchases resources and teaches both staff and students.
Students receive 50% off course (via hashtag) - attend course on Sunday - and pass!
Students achieve exam on first sit - first time in tutors experience.
Tutor becomes College DigiPal!
Student meets deadline for the first time... and achieves a Merit!
UEFA Coach provides feedback on student work
Skype interviews scheduled
All Sports dept are now on twitter for learning benefits
If your role is to appraise staff the LearningWheel is an ideal discussion prompt for further development.
Anyone
Extend use of a learning technology in a particular mode of engaging students e.g.
learning content, assessment, communication, collaboration.


How to use
TWITTER
for
ASSESSING
students studying
MATHS
or,

How to use
STORIFY
or
WAMBIZ
to engage
RESEARCH
students

Here are some examples...
Why
would you benefit?
Who else
could benefit?
Teachers if you would like to:
Widen your awareness of learning technologies

Receive suggestions how resources such as Twitter, Blendspace, Prezi, are used
in a learning environment.

Here are some examples...
Who
could benefit?
Resource specific
Other examples of
RESOURCE
LearningWheels...
Other examples of SUBJECT LearningWheels...

Anyone who likes the concept of Learning Wheels and would like to contribute content for further wheels.
Who
would benefit
and why?
Here's the LearningWheel workflow...
Essentially it is a model of visual
guide to using learning technologies.
It is created by educators for educators
from across the world... currently 46 countries.

Each wheel provides
68 suggestions
for
using a range of learning technologies.

There are different LearningWheels:
RESOURCE + SUBJECT
+ CONFERENCE

What is the LearningWheel?


for the concise, subject related help that
you need
If this scenario is
a familiar one...
#LearningWheel
Look up
TECHNOPHOBE
TECHNOPHILES
TECHNOPHOBE
TECHNOPHILE
TECHNOPHOBE
The LearningWheel using
modes of engagement
adapted from
Sharpe, R., Benfield, G. and Francis, R. (2006) Implementing a university e-learning strategy: levers for change within academic schools. ALT-J, 14 (2). pp. 135-151. doi: 10.1080/09687760600668503.
Millar, D. and Taylor, A. (2016) .The Learning Wheel: A Model of Digital Pedagogy. Northwich: Critical Publishing.
A recent UK Government
inquiry found that,
‘some 72% of employers state that they are unwilling to interview candidates who do not have basic IT skills’
(Blackwood, 2016, p7).
Millar, D. and Taylor, A. (2016) .The Learning Wheel: A Model of Digital Pedagogy. Northwich: Critical Publishing.
‘Educators are unsure what they are training the next generation of professionals to become’
Susskind and Susskind (2015).
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