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Digital Learning Architectures of Participation our new book published by IGI Global July 2020. How can we build learning infrastructures for the 21st century? We ask 8 key questions and answer them with new toolkits and our development frameworks. Links to the book and book chapters. Links to our blogs and more online resources

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  1. 1. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation Nigel Ecclesfield FRSA Fred Garnett FRSA #LearnTeach21
  2. 2. Nigel Ecclesfield FRSA & Fred Garnett FRSA Our challenge Can we build new learning infrastructures that are future-facing & learner-centric To transform our 1000-year-old institution- centric, education systems? We think we can! So we have written Digital Learning Architectures of Participation Published July 2020
  3. 3. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation Nigel Ecclesfield FRSA & Fred Garnett FRSA IGI Global book – published 24th July 2020 https://www.igi-global.com/book/digital-learning-architectures- participation/244422
  4. 4. Nigel Ecclesfield FRSA & Fred Garnett FRSA Our experience Have each spent 25 years on digital projects We believe we now have the potential to transform education with digital toolkits We have experience across all education sectors from practice to research We’ve been rethinking; teaching, learning, management, structures and processes
  5. 5. Nigel Ecclesfield FRSA & Fred Garnett FRSA Questions & Answers William Gibson said “the future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed” We think that “the answers are already here, we are just asking the wrong questions” So here are 8 key questions we are asking about the digital future of learning…
  6. 6. #DLAoP; A Toolkit for the Future • 8 Questions that we answer in the book 1. Can we make learning open? 2. Can we model learning? 3. Can we design for learning? 4. Can we use personal technologies 5. Can we design social structures for learning? 6. Can we build digital institutions? 7. What does digital transformation look like? 8. Can we build a learning infrastructure?
  7. 7. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 1. Open Context Model of Learning
  8. 8. Can we make learning open? 1. Open Context Model of Learning Technology is the essence of education Lets design a post web2.0 model of learning So we can Co-create teaching and learning… In ALL Contexts! Integrating Pedagogy Andragogy Heutagogy Using the PAH Continuum… DLAoP; Book Chapter 1 = Open Context Model of Learning
  9. 9. P A H Teacher School Teacher/ Learner Learner Research Cognition Epistemic Cognition Meta- Cognition Adult
  10. 10. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 2. Learning-modelling
  11. 11. Can we model learning? 2. Learner-Modelling Well, how do we learn? Let’s reconceptualise learning; a) Learner-centric (interest-driven) b) Context-responsive (lifecycles model) c) Large-scale system (learners as users) Using a model of informal e-learning… DLAoP; Book Chapter 2 - Learner Modelling
  12. 12. JISC RSC Northwest Learner Modelling (see handout) “Goal-seeking” motivated learners Animateurs as “Trusted Intermediaries” provide “timely interventions” Animateur build learning communities & mentors Learners respond to social needs Animateurs suggests resources (from links page) Teachers as “trusted intermediaries” 2002 A Model of “interest-driven learning” A Model of “informal e-learning” First “learner-modelling” diagram
  13. 13. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 3. Emergent Learning Model
  14. 14. Can we design for learning? 3. Emergent Learning Model (ELM) Can we integrate informal, non-formal and formal learning? YES! BUT! Not from Universities down Because learning is an emergent process… So we must design from learning outwards With a learning design toolkit, such as; Our ELM development framework for building learning infrastructures DLAoP; Book Chapter 3 – Emergent Learning Model
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  16. 16. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 4. The Digital Practitioner
  17. 17. Can we use our own technology? 4. Digital Practitioners... Explore; • With Confidence • Think Divergently Trust in; • A Tapestry of Technology • Student Play • Bring Your Own Device Use; Personal curiosity to Discover resources & Collaborate using their personal technology DLAoP; Book Chapter 7 – The Digital Practitioner
  18. 18. Transformation comes from; Designing “Artfully-crafted, student-centric learning experiences”
  19. 19. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 5. an Architecture of Participation
  20. 20. Can we design social structures for learning? 5. Organisational Architectures of Participation • Institutions built for learners not managers • Web 2.0 Architecture of Participation • Intentional Communities of Practice & Technology Stewards produce • adaptive institutions working across collaborative networks (like EMFFE) DLAoP; Book Chapter 4 – organisational Architecture of Participation
  21. 21.  Ecology of Resources  Adaptive Institution Learning… …Environment Collaborative Networks Participative Learning Infrastructure
  22. 22. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 6. e-maturity Model for Education
  23. 23. Can we build digital institutions? 6. e-Maturity Model for Further Education e-Maturity means networked institutions Let’s reconceptualise institutions; Emergent Folksonomy elements producing a dynamic networked Taxonomy or “Adaptive institutions working across collaborative networks” DLAoP; Book Chapter 5 – The EMFFE e-maturity Education Model
  24. 24. e-Maturity Model for Further Education Outline development framework full details in our book DLAoP; Book Chapter 5 – The EMFFE e-maturity Education Model
  25. 25. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 7. Digital Transformation Projects
  26. 26. What does Digital Transformation look like? 7. Digital Transformation Projects… some examples; Thom Cochrane; mobile learning Vijaya Khote Banu; heutagogy app 4 primary CROS; social media learning model Ambient Learning City Manchester; “Aggregate then Curate” DLAoP; Book Chapter 8 – Digital Transformation Projects
  27. 27. Thom Cochrane; bridging learning contexts with mlearning
  28. 28. Same thing happened with me and my kids, a decade ago. When Heutagogy entered the classroom, it brought with it, liberty, decision making, creativity, problem solving, positivity etc., It expelled stress, strain, compulsion etc., out of the classroom. Vijaya Bhanu Kote; primary school heutagogy app
  29. 29. CROS Universitatea Alternativă New social models of learning
  30. 30. Ambient Learning City; New Learning Models Aggregate then Curate; Social Media Participation Model
  31. 31. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation 8. Before and After Institutions
  32. 32. Can We Build Learning Infrastructures? 8. Before and After Institutions We need to move from a Business model of Management Information Systems (MIS) Reconceptualising learning structure; 3 E’s 1. Learners who are Exploring 2. Teachers who are Evaluating 3. Managers who are Enabling DLAoP; Book Chapter 9 – Building Learning Infrastructures
  33. 33. The 3 E’s - Levels of Learning Infrastructure Level Responsibility Aim Strategic Planning Senior Managers Technical Infrastructure Enabling Platform Learning Management Course Team Evaluating Learning Resources Learning Ecology Learner Behaviours Students Union New Technologies Exploring Ecologies of Resources An Institutional Development Framework based on 3 levels of “Technology Stewards”
  34. 34. !These are our answers! How do you think We can build !earning !nfrastructures? Full details and toolkits !n the book…
  35. 35. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation Nigel Ecclesfield FRSA & Fred Garnett FRSA IGI Global book – published 24th July 2020 https://www.igi-global.com/book/digital-learning-architectures- participation/244422
  36. 36. #DLAoP Book – Table of Contents 1. Open Context Model of Learning 2. Learner Modelling 3. Emergent Learning Model 4. organisational Architectures of Participation 5. The EMFFE-Maturity Model for Education 6. Before and After Institutions 7. The Digital Practitioner 8. Some Digital Transformation Projects 9. Building Learning Infrastructures 10. Learning in the Age of Algorithms
  37. 37. Resources LearnTeach21 (Our Blog for the book) Architecture of Participation blog (Nigel) Fred’s Heutagogy Blog I Am Curious #Digital (Practitioner) The Craft of Teaching Before and After MOOCs Before and After Institutions Learning in the Age of Algorithms All Presentations on Slideshare @fredgarnett #LearnTeach21
  38. 38. Collaborations & Inspirations Jon Akass, Ilene Dawn Alexander, John Anderson, Diana Andone, Vlad Atanasiu, Simon Beard, Margaret Bennett, Amanda Black, Valerie Borne, Tom Boyle, Dominic Claire, Wilma Clark, John Cook, Peter Day, Gill Deadman, Kevin Donovan, Philip Ecclesfield, Pat Fairley, Tony Hall, Karen Halliday, Tom Hamilton, Graham Hansell, Ian Harford, Caroline Haythornthwaite, David Jennings, Terri Kinnison, Sarah Knight, Vijaya Bhanu Kote, Diana Laurillard, Ellen Lessner, Rose Luckin, Bridget McKenzie, Joe Montgomery, Horea Murgu, Mark Naryn, Rick Nelson, Chrissi Nerantzi, Richard Noss, Alan November, Ronan O’Beirne, Rod Paley, Geoff Rebbeck, Judy Robertson, Rose Sellman-Leava, Violeta Serbu, Tristram Shepherd, Ruth Silver, Carl Smith, Chris Swaine, Diana Thembekile-Levine, Etienne Wenger Tony Wheeler, Drew Whitworth, Philippa Young & More…
  39. 39. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation Nigel Ecclesfield FRSA Fred Garnett FRSA – 2020/2021 LearnTeach 21 blog #LearnTeach21 Main Image –courtesy of Getty Images and IGI Global – THANKS!

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