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Changing the learning culture:
The impact of ICT and
digitalisation
Kai Pata, School of Digital Technologies
HERE Study Vi...
Cross-cutting digital
competences
• Tallinn University has taken cross-cutting approach of teaching
digital competences at...
Digital competence
framework roadmap in Europe
• DIGICOMP (2013) - a roadmap framework for developing and understanding di...
ISTE digital competences
applied at university courses
Digital competence framework for students,
teachers and administrat...
Changing learning cultures
with digital practices
• During last decade Tallinn University has acted as a
leading role-mode...
eDidaktikum facilitates
competence frameworks
Developed by School of Digital Technologies
eDidaktikum supports closing
the loop around competences
Different lecturers
create tasks at courses
Tasks are associated
...
Tasks can be annotated with
several competence frameworks
The course task can be
simultaneously annotated with
the Teacher...
Learner can map himself/herself to
different competence frameworks
Learner can select
into the portfolio these
completed t...
Learner can get overview of his/her
progress within competence frameworks
Monitoring personal progress regarding competenc...
Changing learning cultures
with digital practices
• School of Digital Technologies uses blended teaching with open blog-
b...
Course blog, EduFeedr blog
mashup and open students blogs
Course blogs
are used
across
several years
and reveal
course
con...
Course blog, EduFeedr blog
mashup and open students blogs
Tasks are given
using mashup
technology that
captures completed
...
Course blog, EduFeedr blog
mashup and open students blogs
Students use
different blog
categories for
annotating
completed ...
Changing learning cultures
with digital practices
• School of Digital Technologies has closed the loop
around the cross-sh...
Learning scenario sharing
tool LePlanner
• Together with teachers
the learning scenario
sharing tool
LePlanner.net was
dev...
Learning scenario sharing
tool LePlanner
• Each innovative learning scenario describes digital
learning activities togethe...
Changing learning cultures
with digital practices
• In 7th Framework project Learning
Layers the social semantic
technolog...
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Changing the learning culture the impact of ict and digitalisation

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Changing the learning culture the impact of ict and digitalisation

  1. 1. Changing the learning culture: The impact of ICT and digitalisation Kai Pata, School of Digital Technologies HERE Study Visit: Tallinn – 17-19 April, 2016
  2. 2. Cross-cutting digital competences • Tallinn University has taken cross-cutting approach of teaching digital competences at the subject-specific courses. • Every curriculum should provide the digital competences according to the digital competence framework. • Teaching the specific digital competences is spread across different courses of the curriculum and is blended with the subject teaching. • School of Digital Technologies has developed together with other Schools courses that blend digital competences with curricula- specific needs • A course of Digital competences is provided for students who need to obtain digital competences.
  3. 3. Digital competence framework roadmap in Europe • DIGICOMP (2013) - a roadmap framework for developing and understanding digital competences in Europe • The areas of digital competence • Information: Browsing, searching and filtering information;Evaluating Information; Storing and retrieving information • Communication: Interacting through technologies; Sharing information and content;Engaging in online citizenship; Collaborating through digital channels; Netiquette; Managing digital identity • Content-creation: Developing content; Integrating and re-elaborating; Copyright and Licences; Programming • Safety: Protecting devices; Protecting personal data; Protecting health; Protecting the environment • Problem-solving: Solving technical problems; Identifying needs and technological responses; Innovating and creatively using technology; Identifying digital competence gaps
  4. 4. ISTE digital competences applied at university courses Digital competence framework for students, teachers and administrators in Estonia are defined by Information Technology Foundation for Estonia according to International Society for Technology in Education and DIGICOMP competence frameworks Tallinn University has taken guidance in courses of digital competence frameworks provided by Information Technology Foundation for Estonia.
  5. 5. Changing learning cultures with digital practices • During last decade Tallinn University has acted as a leading role-model in shaping university learning practices with open and social-media based approaches. • Horizons 6th Framework project iCamp tested cross- university teaching models with social media. • Horizons 7th Framework project IntelLEO tested cross academia - workplace knowledge building and learning. One of the outcomes was the eDidaktikum learning environment for interrelating pre-and in-service learning.
  6. 6. eDidaktikum facilitates competence frameworks Developed by School of Digital Technologies
  7. 7. eDidaktikum supports closing the loop around competences Different lecturers create tasks at courses Tasks are associated with competences Students can plan competence development in advance selecting relevant courses Students complete course tasks and obtain competences Students can compile competence-portfolios Monitoring realised curriculum competences in study periods for groups Curriculum has defined competences Monitoring students progress in competence frameworks Monitoring competence gap between planned and realised curriculum Teacher-training curriculum uses eDidaktikum for most of the courses enabling tracking students’ competence achievement. Academic analytics dashboard yet to be developed
  8. 8. Tasks can be annotated with several competence frameworks The course task can be simultaneously annotated with the Teacher’s competency framework and Digital competency framework competences
  9. 9. Learner can map himself/herself to different competence frameworks Learner can select into the portfolio these completed tasks that are associated with specific competences drag item to portfolio
  10. 10. Learner can get overview of his/her progress within competence frameworks Monitoring personal progress regarding competence frameworks and developing portfolios for accreditation or job interviews
  11. 11. Changing learning cultures with digital practices • School of Digital Technologies uses blended teaching with open blog- based approach and mashup technologies (such as edufeedr.net) for offering master courses and monitoring students’ progress. • From the beginning of the master studies the learning-community formation is promoted among students. • Students have their own study blogs where they monitor their personal progress. • Many tasks are problem-based and require co-creation and collaboration. • Since the students attend only weekends, the learning community and using web-based collaborative tools is extensively used in tasks that enables developing digital competences.
  12. 12. Course blog, EduFeedr blog mashup and open students blogs Course blogs are used across several years and reveal course content, changes and generalised feedback
  13. 13. Course blog, EduFeedr blog mashup and open students blogs Tasks are given using mashup technology that captures completed tasks and mediates peer comments Developed by School of Digital Technologies
  14. 14. Course blog, EduFeedr blog mashup and open students blogs Students use different blog categories for annotating completed tasks at different courses Students can monitor and formatively assess each others’ tasks
  15. 15. Changing learning cultures with digital practices • School of Digital Technologies has closed the loop around the cross-sharing innovative digital practices in schools and in teacher training studies • The School of DT has run together with ICT industry projects Digital Turn for changing innovative practices with digital technologies in whole schools and Erasmus + project Creative Classroom to enhance innovative learning scenarios. • The examples of changes of learning culture in schools are introduced in pre-service training, such as the course Educational technology in school.
  16. 16. Learning scenario sharing tool LePlanner • Together with teachers the learning scenario sharing tool LePlanner.net was developed that now contains innovative digital learning scenarios developed by teachers from which teacher students’ can learn and take examples from. Developed by School of Digital Technologies
  17. 17. Learning scenario sharing tool LePlanner • Each innovative learning scenario describes digital learning activities together with learning outcomes in these activities enabling to map how digital activities develop digital, general and subject-related competences • The learning scenario tool will be used in teacher training courses to help teachers in describing and sharing innovative digital learning scenarios and thinking actively of how digital competences can be developed according to new digital cultures.
  18. 18. Changing learning cultures with digital practices • In 7th Framework project Learning Layers the social semantic technologies for scaling informal learning at work have been developed. • These technologies will be used in Tallinn University CEITER project for mapping and sharing the innovative learning and teaching practices developed in different Schools of Tallinn University. New learning cultures Discovering practices and experts Emerging innovative practices

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