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DECEMBER 13, 2006 [Providers] Adults learn different to kids! What a load of androgogy
To refer to provision in the community as opposed to that which is provided by formal educational institutions. Previously I’ve had a look at models of learning that emanate from psychology; lately I have looked at models from adult education. This blog is a summary of information contained in the Tusting and Barton (2003) book ‘Models of Adult Learning: a literature review’. Many parts of this blog are quoted verbatim from the book, this is not to pass the work off as my own, but so that I have an accurate overview of this literature review of adult education. These are: 1. Suggestions.
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JULY 24, 2010 [Providers] Digital Participation, Digital Inclusion and Social Learning
The purpose of the session was to provide a forum for discussion of the meaning and measurability of digital participation. Digital Participation - Why? Attended the ' Measuring the Unmeasurable: Digital Participation ' Seminar at Birmingham University on Monday 19th July. was unsure as to what to expect. Also interested in the notion of measuring participation. Some thoughts!
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AUGUST 10, 2006 [Providers] Blogging: What’s the Point – Initial Thoughts of a Virgin Blogger!
look forward to finding suitable methods of evaluation so that I can provide evidence that blogging technology can enhance learning for adult distance learners. Reasons to be cheerful – Part One As an educational technologist and as a student preparing to define their own learning outcomes and assessment criteria for an independently studied masters degree the phenomenon that is blogging is strongly at the forefront of my thoughts at this time. The reasons for this are twofold. Seeing the light – (well a chink anyway) Three weeks ago I’d not thought to deeply about blogging.
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NOVEMBER 22, 2007 [Providers] Webex Synchronous Environment
So overall it seems that webex does provide an effective application for communicating via audio in using VOIP in a web conferencing environment. Having just completed three online Interactive synchronous classes with eight of my teaching colleagues on the subject of Web 2.0 technology I thought it was time to review the environment from a technical point of view. The online communication tools I.E whiteboard text and drawing tools, innovative pointer tool, text chat and feedback icons have been easily adopted by the participants for use in the session. This does come at an extra cost.
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LEARNADOODLEDASTIC [Providers] The Three Dubya's - Wimba, Webex and WiZiQ
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
am pleased to say that all three applications provided
a generally good service (although not as good as Skype ). suggest they take a leaf out of Google's book who have just joined forces with my own university DMU to provide
a student email service in a mutually beneficial arrangement. Coming towards the end of a phase of Live Online Learning learning using Wimba Live Classroom. Thought i'd take some time to reflect on the Wimba application and compare it with my previous experiences with Webex (training room) and WiZiQ. Agreed a year long trial with a personalised Wimba website. MORE >>
LEARNADOODLEDASTIC [Providers] Getting Anchored in My #CritLit 2010 MOOC
| SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 2010
Reflecting back at the outset, the course details did outline that: "Content for the course is being drawn from the presentation Pedagogical Foundations for Personal Learning This presentation provides
a frame for an understanding of the critical literacies required in a networked learning environment. The six week course as it suggests in the course details does also indeed follow the course themes weekly and these provide
a background to the practical critical literacies which are being discussed on the course. Wikipedia 2010. John Mak 5. John Mak 6. MORE >>
LEARNADOODLEDASTIC [Providers] Synchronous Classroom Models
| THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 2007
Deployment of synchronous classroom software at a higher education establishment needs careful consideration of the intended uses and the ability of the synchronous classroom software to provide
the necessary tools and features that will facilitate these intended uses. An online synchronous classroom can be a wonderful environment to create engaging and interesting online learning. Tools for the facilitator will include the use of whiteboards, imported PowerPoint slides, application sharing, file sharing and granting rights for participants to use the tools available. MORE >>
LEARNADOODLEDASTIC [Providers] Connectivism - Legitimate Learning theory?
| SUNDAY, JULY 1, 2007
Externalization With regard point two above, connectivism it would seem does provide
a significant new perspective about how we see learning happening. The process of externalizing will confirm understanding, provide
feedback and thus consolidate and confirm the acquisition of knowledge that an individual has constructed. In reading through George Siemens response to Bijdrage van Pløn Verhagen's critique i am trying to establish in my own mind the legitimacy of connectivism as a new learning theory. don't expect to do that at this one sitting, but i shall make a start here. MORE >>
LEARNADOODLEDASTIC [Providers] Adobe Connect : Interaction and Collaboration
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2007
If it does not work then using the pointer tool to surround the object with a large invisible rectangle will select the object, (providing
the complete area of the text object is covered) and then again use the delete key on the keyboard. My initiation to interactive and collaborative live online learning was using the webex environment. My opinions of other synchronous collaboration software is somewhat clouded by what i perceive to have been an excellent schooling in an excellent webex environment. In anaylysing Adobe connect i make the following observations 1. MORE >>
- [Providers] Hey Wiki! Your so fine you blow my mind. Hey Wiki LEARNADOODLEDASTIC | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2006
- [Providers] Embrace web 2.0 technology or die - that's an order! LEARNADOODLEDASTIC | FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2006
- [Providers] Making Sense of Learning LEARNADOODLEDASTIC | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2007
- [Providers] I’d rather have a wiki than a Blackboard VLE. LEARNADOODLEDASTIC | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2007
- [Providers] It's a Mash Up: Online Learning meets Classroom Teaching LEARNADOODLEDASTIC | THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2008
- [Providers] Connectivism Course: First thoughts LEARNADOODLEDASTIC | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2008
- [Providers] Higher Education, Work based learning and Web 2.0 LEARNADOODLEDASTIC | SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 2008
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