“...an approach to teaching and learning that is used within a classroom or educational institution... It is designed to give students opportunities to think and act like professionals but in a learning or training context.” Jan Herrington http://change.mooc.ca/post/501
“An authentic learning pedagogy focuses on students collaboratively creating genuine products that are polished and professional, and that are shared and published. So students might be creating products that are movies, websites, wikis, and communities shared in social media and on the web. Jan Herrington http://change.mooc.ca/post/501
Authentic learning;\ 1. It situates knowledge in realistic contexts 2. These tasks cognitively challenge learners to solve problems and think in the same ways as professionals working in real world contexts 3. Technology-based cognitive tools can be used 4. Complex tasks require the creation of real products and artefacts. Jan Herrington http://change.mooc.ca/post/501
Facilitate deep knowledge through HOTS Facilitate collaborative learning and substantive conversations Support students in knowing how they learn best Stem from authentic, problem- based experiences Be relevant and connected to prior experiences Be driven by the students. They need to own and manage it. Be engaging and value diversity Promote active citizenship and group identity Learning should...
“21st century education integrates technologies, engaging students in ways not previously possible, creating new learning and teaching possibilities, enhancing achievement and extending interactions with local and global communities.” Image courtesy of http://www.sterlingsatellite.com/info/anna-chapman-needs-these-8-tv-spy-gadgets.html
It’s an overarching statement that considers; The present educational environment. Current national policy and frameworks. Strategic plans and actions required.
Our students can multi-task with multi-media ICT is widely used now by all social groups and communities with varied skill levels Students are comfortable in varied digital environments Opportunities to participate in real world events in real time Information is accessible 24 hours per day, 7 days a week! Access, acquire, manipulate, construct, create and communicate information
Image courtesy of Microsoft Assessment 3 details can be found on this week’s Wiki
The information contained within this presentation has been adapted from the course materials found on CQUniversity Moodle website, in conjunction with the course Managing eLearning, FAHE11001. This information is not designed to replace the content on the Moodle website. Not all key information is contained within.