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1 Pedagogy and technology James Arvanitakis Twitter: jarvanitakis October 2013

2 Teaching like a pirate… Or

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4 One: A changing environment

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6 Universities are where newspapers were 10 years ago…

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8 Knowledge transition Professor Student

9 9 Relational Knowledge Professor Student

10 10 Relational Knowledge that is mediated… Professor Student NGOS Corps Media

11 Changing student cohort Students balance multiple commitments

12 Changing student cohort Students balance multiple commitments Massification

13 Changing student cohort Students balance multiple commitments Massification Choice (both within and across institutions)

14 Changing student cohort Students balance multiple commitments Massification Choice (both within and across institutions) Internet literacy: width v. depth

15 Two: How to Respond?

16 Participatory education: co-designing knowledge

17 Participatory education: co-designing knowledge Applicability; Relevance; Agency

18 Globalisation… “Globalisation may be thought of … as the widening, deepening and speeding up of the worldwide interconnectedness in all aspects of contemporary social life, from the cultural to the criminal, the financial to the spiritual.” (Held et al 1999, p. 2). – This definition recognises globalisation is multi- dimensional, having width, breadth and depth. – Another important aspect of this definition is that it portrays globalisation as a process. – As globalisation permeates different areas of society

19 1. From Facebook to WordCloud Change FearJustice Inequity Time Me World Countries

20 Skills and knowledge Culture 2. No empty vessels… Focus here - getting students ‘ job ready ’ Sense of agency

21 3. Experiences are valid…

22 4. Multiple delivery mechanism… “Offer Flexible Assessment and Delivery”

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24 Eg: Confronting racism… How would you explain to students that stereotypes are just that?

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26 Watch the following video from ABC’s Media Watch about an incident that occurred in April htm What insights does the video provide us with the way media aggravates racism?

27 TECHNOLOGY HELPS (BUT DOES NOT OFFER A SIMPLE SOLUTION)

28 TECHNOLOGY HELPS (BUT DOES NOT OFFER A SIMPLE SOLUTION) … EVERYONE IS TALKING ‘BLENDED LEARNING’… BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN

29 From Wikipeadia “Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace.”

30 From Wikipeadia “Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace.”

31 “Good pedagogical practices using a variety of delivery mechanisms that allow students flexibility and confirm the validity of their experiences”

32 James Arvanitakis

33 4. Feedback rich environment… Peer support/PASS/Self Assessment

34 Three: Risks (or Fear and Loathing in the Classroom)

35 ‘Letting go’

36 ‘My Intellectual Property’

37 ‘Letting go’ ‘My Intellectual Property’ ‘Ban all devices’

38 ‘Letting go’ ‘My Intellectual Property’ ‘Ban all devices’ ‘Who let them in?’

39 THANK YOU…


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