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1 The National Learning Network Bob Powell Sector Support Manager JISC Building a Strategy for e-learning and e-living Specialist colleges event 2003

2 . Infrastructure PracticeContent Vision of ILT Becta/ NGfL view

3 . Infrastructure PracticeContent Vision of ILT Becta/ NGfL view

4 . Infrastructure PracticeContent Vision of ILT Becta/ NGfL view

5 Infrastructure Management ILT Strategy co-ordinates.. ILT Strategy Content Practice

6 Infrastructure Development Teaching & Learning Strategy Management information Information systems strategy IT/ICT Strategy Accommodation e-learning strategy ILT Strategy co-ordinates.. ILT Strategy

7 Tutor intervention required Resource Total None SubstantialLittle Text/ image + low interactivity Interactive resources Multimedia Interactive resources Is this where your mind goes when you think of e-learning ? What is e-learning? This is where most of the e-learning that takes place currently is to be found

8 Tutor intervention required Resource Is this better …… Whats best ? …than this ? No !!!! Total None SubstantialLittle Text/ image + low interactivity Interactive resources Multimedia Interactive resources

9 Traditional teaching tool Blended learning Remote learning: anytime, anywhere Supporting learning Differentiated programme Anytime learning Differentiated pace Engaging ILT in Learning J Scribbins/ B Powell

10 Traditional Blended Remote Supporting Diff prog Anytime Diff pace Engaging ILT in Learning Greater reliance on materials

11 Traditional Blended Remote Supporting Diff prog Anytime Diff pace Engaging ILT in Learning Less direct intervention More learner autonomy ?

12 Traditional Blended Remote Supporting Diff prog Anytime Diff pace Engaging ILT in Learning From bad to better to best ? ….……..no, no, no,no, no

13 Traditional teaching tool Blended learning Remote learning: anytime, anywhere Supporting learning Differentiated programme Anytime learning Differentiated pace Engaging ILT in Learning Which is most appropriate for the learner & the situation

14 Tutor intervention required Resource Whats best ? We need to populate the whole matrix with learning opportunities that are appropriate to the learner and the situation Technical complexity does not equate to excellence in learning and teaching Total None SubstantialLittle Text/ image + low interactivity Interactive resources Multimedia Interactive resources

15 ICT - out in the world Shopping online Working offline Games SMS text/ B Powell Surfing the Net

16 Surfing the Net Shopping online Working offline Games SMS text/ Traditional Blended Remote Diff prog Anytime Diff pace Supporting Circle of Life Online ICT is inextricably embedded in social culture We have no option other than to embed it into the Curriculum B Powell

17 Shopping online Working offline Games SMS text/ Traditional Blended Remote Diff prog Anytime Diff pace Supporting Surfing the Net Teaching & learning Differentiation On the network On the Net Talk and play Out of class

18 Teaching & learning Differentiation On the network On the Net Talk and play Out of class trad blend paceprog anytime anywhere shop surf mail + text games support offline

19 Internet Local Area Network T & L Differentiation On the network On the Net Talk and play Out of class Rolling out the network

20 Teaching & learning Differentiation On the network On the Net Talk and play Out of class trad blend paceprog anytime anywhere shop surf mail + text games support offline

21 E-learning and me Teaching and Learning STRATEGY How WhoWhat Why When Where How many

22 E-learning and me How WhoWhat Why When Where How many Its all about me

23 S.E.Essex college …..promote learning as a collaborative activity that creates affective bonds between groups of learners and between them and their teachers, and develops skills; …..managers, teachers, learning support staff, mature and students carrying out their functions together thus reinforcing productive attitudes to work, lifelong learning, social inclusion and the concept that achievement of any goal results from social collaboration on many levels; S.E.Essex position paper on Learning

24 We want to limit the development by teachers of any materials that need the learner facing the front David Howe S.E.Essex college


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