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IALLT April 2017 Presentation - Networked Language Learning

A presentation (webinar style) presented for IALLT members in April 2017. Discussion about tools and frameworks applicable to Language Learning in Networks. The conversion from Google Docs seems to have lost some images.

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IALLT April 2017 Presentation - Networked Language Learning

  1. 1. Language Learning in Networks Tools and Frameworks for Open Language Learning
  2. 2. Χαίρεται! Apostolos Koutropoulos (aka “A.K.”) UMass Boston Applied Linguistics, Program Manager Athabasca University EdD Candidate Adjunct Faculty, in Instructional Design
  3. 3. 1. A little about you Answer on the slide, or in the chat window
  4. 4. Do you teach? Yes No If yes...what do you teach? If no… what is your role? Mark this slide!
  5. 5. Where do you teach? What do you support? Face-to-face teaching (little tech) Blended Learning Purely OnlineFace-to-face teaching (a lot of tech)
  6. 6. How do you connect? I connect myself using _______ I connect my class using______
  7. 7. 2. History behind this idea Why networks?
  8. 8. Place your screenshot here Time jump back to 1999 (you know Bill & Ted, right?)
  9. 9. Yahoo Chat Web Scavenged Image
  10. 10. Email! Web Scavenged Images
  11. 11. Messenger, and ICQ Web Scavenged Images
  12. 12. 3. Definitions and maybe some frameworks, too!
  13. 13. Networks A little background on the “Networked” Part of Networked Learning
  14. 14. A little on Networks First Appearance in... Seven Bridges of Königsberg More recent work by... ● Watts (small-world networks) ● Barabasi (scale-free networks) For our purposes... Constitutions of networks exist when people interact with each other by communicating, sharing resources, working, learning or playing together, supported through face-to-face interaction as well as through the use of ICT (Haythornthwaite & De Laat, 2010). Web Scavenged Image
  15. 15. Visual of a Network (CLMOOC) From upcoming paper, image by Aras Bozkurt
  16. 16. Networked Learning Something from the other side of the pond...
  17. 17. “ We define ‘networked learning’ as learning in which ICT is used to promote connections: between one learner and other learners, between learners and tutors; between a learning community and its learning resources. Goodyear, P., Banks, S., Hodgson, V., & McConnell, D. (2004).
  18. 18. Networked Learning defined (as a visual) Learner Resource Instructor ? ?
  19. 19. Networked Learning (areas of pedagogy, summary) Openness in the Educational Process ● Grand idea: learning seen to occur in social contexts, and as a consequence learners begin to address learning from a qualitatively different perspective, a meta-level. ● In McConnell’s research majority of students’ willingness to work collaboratively was dependent on the openness in the group Self-Determined Learning ● Connection with SDL ● Grand idea: SD learners take primary responsibility for IDing their learning needs; SD learners help others determine their needs A real purpose in the cooperative process ● Connection with PBL; POPP; Action Research ● Grand idea: Help learners see connections, don’t let things be abstract and unconnected to real situations. ● Promotion of positive interdependence (McConnell)
  20. 20. Networked Learning (areas of pedagogy, part II) A supportive learning environment ● Connection with SCT and ZPD ● Grand idea: an environment where learners encourage and facilitate each other’s learning efforts. Collaborative Assessment of Learning ● Connection with scaffolded learning ● Grand idea: Collaborative assessment process (self-; peer-; tutor- assessments). Learning from the process of assessment and getting better prepared for the next assessment. Assessment and Evaluation of the ongoing learning process ● Connection with Instructional Design ● Grand idea: Learners need to feel that their contributions to course design change matter.
  21. 21. Networked Learning (with a little more depth and expansion) DOHN’S EXPANSION Networked learning is learning in which ICT is used to promote connections: between one learner and other learners; between learners and tutors; between a learning community and its learning resources; between the diverse contexts in which the learners participate. DESIGN FOR LEARNING It is argued that you can’t design the learning itself. You can set the dominoes in place, but the actual outcome is impacted by the learners and the contexts. DESIGN WITH PRIMARY CONTEXT IN MIND Activities which are natural for the learners, and rewarding for them (one of the rationales for ‘going to the learner’ when it comes to social media in the classroom). Primary contexts hence become ancorage points for the learners.
  22. 22. Networked learning as part of a constellation NL CoP ANT PBL SDL SCT PLN
  23. 23. 3. Where to from here? Tools, approaches, actions
  24. 24. Some ways to act and think in a networked environment Downe’s Social Learning Participation actions ● Aggregate, Remix, Repurpose, and Feed Forward ● This is quite individual focused, but still useful Patchworking ● Networked Learning means that learners engage potentially in many different types of networks. ● Remixing, Repurposing, and Patching together information, knowledge and resources from their various networks (portfolios come to mind here). Not yet-ness ● Collier describes ‘the play, the fun, the opportunity in complexity and not-yetness’, and argues that ‘the ill-defined, the un-prescribed, the messy can lead to the unexpected, the joyful’. (Ross, 2015) In addition to Creation
  25. 25. Tools, Part I Contemporary Counterparts to favorite classics! Fb Messenger Fb Localized social networks
  26. 26. Tools, PartII “Classics” of the last decade Wikis & Collaborative spaces Portfolio Sites (weebly) Blogs & Reflective Writing
  27. 27. Tools, PartIII New ways to connect Multimedia Blogs Instagram HelloTalk HelloLingo (LiveMocha reborn)
  28. 28. Tools, PartIII New ways to connect Web Scavenged Images Top: World of Warcraft Bottom: Star Trek Online
  29. 29. Resources To OER, or not to OER? (MOOCs, Podcasts, YouTube) Top: France université numérique Middle: OpenCourses.gr Bottom: MiriadaX
  30. 30. Resources Learner Created
  31. 31. Ευχαριστώ! Any questions? You can find me at: Twitter: @koutropoulos LinkedIn.com/in/koutropoulos Facebook.com/umasslinguistics
  32. 32. References

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