Andragogy vs Pedagogy

Clark Quinn

Asked about why I used the word pedagogy instead of andragogy, I think it’s worth elaborating (since I already had in my reply ;) and sharing. So here’s my analysis of andragogy vs pedagogy. The post Andragogy vs Pedagogy appeared first on Learnlets.

Pedagogy and Technology from a Postdigital Perspective

Tim Fawns

In this post, Deputy Programme Director of the MSc in Clinical Education and part-time tutor on the MSc in Digital Education Tim Fawns describes a postdigital view of pedagogy and technology in whi


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Curriculum or pedagogy?

Clark Quinn

So I have argued for a massive project, but using advanced curricula and pedagogy. The simple fact is that we need a better curriculum and a better pedagogy. And our pedagogy is aligned to tests, not to learning nor doing. The point being that most of the world is suffering with bad curricula and pedagogy. I don’t want teachers facilitating the old failed curricula, and I don’t want current pedagogies working on the new curricula.

The Pedagogy of Learning Design: A Translation of Pedagogies

InSync Training

This is the first post in a series of five titled The Pedagogy of Learning Design by Phylise H. Design Pedagogy Banner. A successful learning journey relies on informed design and practice. Let''s explore how theory and research translate into a designed approach to instruction. The Journey. When I think about every online experience I have had, the word that comes to mind is “navigation."

Pandemic pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

Pandemic pedagogy by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Coronavirus education learning pandemic pedagogy resources teaching Technology

Merging Pedagogy & Instructional Game Design

InSync Training

Recently, Dr. Stephen Slota, owner of The Pericles Group , joined our BYTE roster for his presentation It’s In the Game: Merging Contemporary Pedagogy & Instructional Game Design. BYTE SESSION RECAP. Gamification and game-based training are two topics trending in learning and performance. Many organizations have yet to embrace these approaches because there’s a perception that fun doesn’t equate to real learning.

Is the pedagogy of MOOCs flawed?

E-Learning Provocateur

instructional design #edcmooc culture e-learning E-learning and Digital Cultures elearning learning management system LMS meetups MOOCs organisational culture organizational culture participation participatory culture pedagogy social learning social media The Wide World of MOOCs This is a question that I tackle in my Udemy course The Wide World of MOOCs. Almost immediately after I uploaded this preview to YouTube, someone on Twitter politely challenged me.

Alternate Pedagogies and Experiences

Clark Quinn

And one of the things that has been of interest to me is looking differently at pedagogies. This is the pedagogy that drives the interest in serious games, embedding meaningful practice in a compelling context. In writing about mobile for higher education, other than meeting learner administrative and information needs, I obviously focused more on the formal learning roles mobile devices could facilitate.

The Pedagogy of Learning Design: Creating Learning Communities with Social Presence

InSync Training

This is the second post in a series of five titled The Pedagogy of Learning Design by Phylise H. To read the first in the series click here: The Pedagogy of Learning Design: A Translation of Pedagogies. Pedagogy Banner. Let’s have a look at how social presence guides the design and development of learning spaces where emotional expression, open communication, and group cohesion come into play! Creating Learning Communities with Social Presence.

The Pedagogy of Learning Design: Crafting Optimal e-Learning Spaces with Teaching Presence

InSync Training

This is the third post in a series of five titled The Pedagogy of Learning Design by Phylise H. To read the first in the series, click here: The Pedagogy of Learning Design: A Translation of Pedagogies. Design Pedagogy Banner. Let''s have a look at what teaching presence is, and how direct instruction and facilitation play a role in crafting optimal e-Learning spaces.

Cruel pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

Ban the use of all technology from your classroom (With thanks to Bryan Alexander) Cruel pedagogy by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 classroom discussion learning pedagogy school teaching TechnologyImage by Amboo Who? on Flickr 1. Place all chairs and tables in rows facing 'the front' 2. Talk at your students 3.

True pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

Pedagogy is not about directing children. In its absolute form, pedagogy is not just about teaching. In the truest sense, teaching is just one element of pedagogy and not the entire story. Pedagogy focuses on the learner and what they are capable of achieving. Previously I wrote about the origins of the word pedagogy , and how it can be appropriated into current practice. Pedagogy is about leading learners to the place of education.

Pedagogy of Learning Design: Fostering Critical Thinking Skills with Cognitive Presence

InSync Training

In the previous blog post, The Pedagogy of Learning Design: Crafting Optimal E-Learning Spaces with Teaching Presence , we explored teaching presence - the design, development, management, facilitation, and direction within the learning space. Pedagogy In this post we''ll explore cognitive presence and roles we play on the critical inquiry path leading toward higher levels of learning. Fostering Critical Thinking Skills with Cognitive Presence.

3D Pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

I recently wrote a blogpost entitled ' Maker Pedagogy ' where I outlined some of the emerging educational benefits of learning through making. The advent of 3D Printing (also known as additive manufacturing) has brought maker pedagogy opportunities to schools and other educational institutions in a fairly affordable manner. So how will 3D printing contribute to the development of pedagogy? 3D printing education Fablabs learning makerspaces pedagogy teaching Technology

Connected pedagogy: Shared minds

Learning with 'e's

I call this connected pedagogy. One essential element of connected pedagogy is communication. Connected pedagogy also relies on establishing an environment that is characterised by meaningful engagement, participation, self expression, problems solving and peer-evaluation. Related blog posts Connected pedagogy: Social media Connected pedagogy: Smart technology References Maslow, A.

Effective Distance Learning Pedagogy In Developing Countries

Dan Keckan

In some developing countries, distance learning is in the same classification as self-study programs, where content serves as didactic material for learners to study on their own by sifting through a considerable amount of content material without needing critical academic guidance by instructors.

Music, learning and pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

Music, learning and pedagogy Steve Wheeler was written in Liberec, Czech Republic and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 learning music pedagogy performance Stuart Sutcliffe teaching The Beatles transferrable skillsImage from Pexels Being interviewed by Rick Zanotti last week got me thinking about music and learning. The conversation turned to music, my songwriting and performances with various bands during the 80s and 90s.

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Connected pedagogy: Social networks

Learning with 'e's

Connected pedagogy: Social networks by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 eden19 collaboration collective action connections Digital education learning media pedagogy social networks Technology tribePhoto by Steve Wheeler In a previous post I outlined some of the metrics around the use of digital media, technologies and social networks.

The COVID Crisis Propels Us To 21st Century Pedagogy

Dan Keckan

COVID forced schools everywhere to online instruction and to grapple with what our digitally enhanced 21st century reality means for the future of education. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

New pedagogies?

Learning with 'e's

We need a new set of pedagogies (and we also need to know how these can be supported with theory) if we are to maximise the impact of technology on education. New wine needs to be poured into new wineskins, and similarly new technologies require new pedagogies, which requires us to change the way we teach, assess, and even represent knowledge. Photo by Alan Levine on Flickr New pedagogies? EDEN education knowledge learning pedagogies schools Technology

How The 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 1


But the question arises: do the precepts of arts education hold value for contemporary online pedagogy? Digital Learning arts education online education pedagogyPhoto by Steve Huntington / Unsplash. It is completely admirable to watch the way MOOCs are evolving. In the first wave the pressing challenge was to get content online (welcome to the recorded lecture) and to automate assessment (welcome to the world of quiz)!

How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 4


This series has discussed the way eight learning effects drawn from the principles of arts education can be used to enrich online pedagogy. It is worth concluding this discussion by addressing the principal difference underpinning current online pedagogy and arts education. Over the past twenty years, Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) has become an established and leading theory in the field of e-learning and online pedagogy. Photo by Teddy Kelly / Unsplash.

Maker pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

More and more teachers are beginning to realise that creating environments and possibilities where students make things is a very powerful pedagogy. American educator Jackie Gerstein makes some important observations about how teachers can change their perspectives and embrace maker pedagogy. Photo by Pamela Adam on Wikimedia Commons Maker pedagogy by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

Connected pedagogy: Smart technology

Learning with 'e's

A variety of new approaches to pedagogy have been introduced as a result of our hyperconnected society (of which more in a future blog post). The fact that any of us can access knowledge, expertise and resources so we can learn at any time and in virtually any place, means that the way we see pedagogy must change. Probably not, but teachers will need to re-evaluate what they do, and the pedagogies they employ, when we have tools such as the Pilot available.

2014’s Top three Innovations in eLearning Pedagogy

Lambda Solutions

While the report outlines the ten eLearning pedagogy innovations that are predicated to profoundly impact the way post-secondary students learn, there are three that we believe will have the most immediate impact in areas where institutional learning takes place. The Open University recently released a report on the new innovations in teaching, learning and assessments which are changing higher education at large.

Dodgeball pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

This is innovation in pedagogy - using existing and familiar contexts, to revise and modify as great learning experiences. Dr Tim Lynch's Professional Website Plymouth Institute of Education blog Photo courtesy of Suarts on Flickr Dodgeball pedagogy by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 dodgeball education games learning pedagogy Physical Education schools teaching

New Pedagogy Of Subconscious Training In English Skills

Dan Keckan

Why do so many students easily forget the lesson taught? Because the appalling forgetting curve characterizes the conventional methods of conscious learning ESL. Besides, they can't stop the cross-translation habit. How to resolve those issues? This article describes a solution to these problems.

How The 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 2


Digital Learning arts education online learning pedagogyPhoto by Henrik Dønnestad / Unsplash. In this second of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. sits down with Sarah Reid, Kadenze, Inc.’s s Director of Business Development, to discuss the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. Here he introduces the fictional-reality effect and the reflection effect. You can read Part 1 here.

X-based learning: sorting out pedagogies and design

Clark Quinn

I frankly want an activity-based pedagogy and curriculum to support all of these models. Understanding by design is a design approach that works backwards from goals, and if you set your outcomes on performance, and then align activities to require that performance, you have a good chance of impacting pedagogy, and learning, in meaningful ways. The point is to find an umbrella that holds a suite of appropriate pedagogies and makes it difficult to do inappropriate ones.

The meaning of pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

Following on from my recent posts on praxis and the meaning of education , here are a few thoughts on pedagogy. We seem to have many views on the nature of pedagogy and how it is conducted. To gain a clear understanding of pedagogy, we first need to examine the origin - the etymology - of the word. The word pedagogy has its roots in Ancient Greece. Taken in this context, we would probably all agree that pedagogy is about children''s education.

People, politics and pedagogy

Learning with 'e's

Working on that project, I think I learnt far more about people and politics than I ever learnt about technology or pedagogy. People, politics and pedagogy by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 businesses computer education learning pedagogy people politics ratio satellite Technology training videoconference

Networked pedagogy

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Image by Calvinius on Wikimedia Commons Networked pedagogy by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 New theories for the networked, digital age, emerging cultures of learning and a hyper-connected and networked society. Differentials between academic practices, and the variety of roles we adopt within communities of practice and learning. Flipped classes, Massive Open Online Courses and Mind Technologies.

Pedagogy vs. Andragogy: Where Many Get it Wrong In Their Learning Strategy


It’s not all Greek to us: When we’re talking about eLearning, pedagogy and andragogy are often thrown around. Both of Greek origin, pedagogy literally translates to paidi (child) and ago (guide). By understanding the difference between pedagogy vs andragogy, you’ll have a clearer idea of how and why your subjects learn best. In contrast, pedagogy is an education method in which the learner is dependent on the teacher for guidance, evaluation, and acquisition of knowledge.

Pedagogy in Game-Based Learning – Tips to align ID strategies in Learning Games


The popularity of games in learning is contributing to the immense growth of the gaming industry. Learning games are fast gaining popularity – in educational as well as corporate circles. Many popular video games are being re-furbished for educational purpose and many original games are also being designed to facilitate training. But there is often a disconnect between the advances in video game technology and the research on its design and effectiveness.

Surfing the Future Pedagogies: Augmented Learning


The post Surfing the Future Pedagogies: Augmented Learning appeared first on TalentLMS Blog. What’s so great about augmented learning anyway? Another activity blamed for lost hours of youth and productivity? Teens and adults hunched over just another game controlling their emotions and relationships? A super-glorified way to present educational technology? Yes, augmented learning is all that and more: enhanced learner experience and achievement.

Great and small

E-Learning Provocateur

One pertinent example for L&D practitioners is pedagogy (formerly paedagogie ) which derives from the Hellenic words paidos for “child” and agogos for “leader” This etymology underscores our use of the word when we mean the teaching of children.

Presence Pedagogy: Needs Some More Dimensions

Kapp Notes

The other day, I discovered an interesting article, Presence Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning in a 3D Virtual Immersive World , which describes an educational approach for conducting a learning event in a virtual immersive environment. As the abstract to the article indicates: Presence Pedagogy is a way of teaching and learning that is grounded in social constructivist theory.