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Language Literacy & MOOCs

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Keynote presentation at 'Breaking Barriers – Embracing Literacy through Digital Media organised by the Directorate for Lifelong Learning and Early School Leavers', Valetta, Malta, 30 November-4 December 2015. More info: https://ec.europa.eu/epale/en/content/breaking-barriers-embracing-literacy-through-digital-media

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Language Literacy & MOOCs

  1. 1. Dr MARIA A. PERIFANOU PAU Education, Barcelona, SPAIN CONTA Lab, University of Macedonia ACP, GREECE 3 December 2015, 9:30 - 12:30 CET
  2. 2. www.openeducationeuropa.eu http://paueducation.com/en
  3. 3. Language Massive Open Online Courses LangMOOCs www.langmooc.com http://www.activecitizens.eu/
  4. 4. http://ereadcost.eu/index.php/en/ http://conta.uom.gr/conta/
  5. 5. a) Introduction b) Language Learning & Literacy c) MOOCs & LangMOOC project d) Hands on session: Designing Interactive Exercises for MOOLCs e) Open discussion
  6. 6. In a rapidly changing world..... there is a big need for multilingualism &
  7. 7. Multi-literacies
  8. 8. Literacy, the ability to read and write, gives one the command of a native language for the purpose of communicating. The involves skills in learning, speaking, reading, and writing. (Jackman et al.2014. Early Education Curriculum: A Child’s Connection to theWorld) What is literacy? Language can be defined as human speech, the written symbols for speech, or any means of communicating. (Jackman et al.2014. Early Education Curriculum: A Child’s Connection to theWorld) What is language?
  9. 9. What is learning? ‘Learning is an active process of constructing rather than acquiring knowledge and instruction is a process of supporting that construction rather than communicating knowledge ’ [Duffy, T. M. & Cunningham, D. J , 1996]. Successful learning involves a mixture of work and fun
  10. 10. https://k12.thoughtfullearning.com/FAQ/what-are-literacy-skills Literacy skills: Gain knowledge through different mediums of communication+ Create knowledge
  11. 11. • Web 2.0 services : personalized radio, sharing music, photos, videos, bookmarks, news, knowledge, multimedia material multiple ways to introduce language learners to a new language & culture with interesting fun activities Language skills: use web 2.0 tools to practice`& develop language skills
  12. 12. https://k12.thoughtfullearning.com/FAQ/what-are-literacy-skills Who?- What?-To whom?-Which medium ? What’s the purpose? Literacy skills: Can you analyse a message?
  13. 13. Literacy skills/language skills: Why are important?  enter into and progress in the workplace;  function in society;  prepare for post-secondary education  Support self development  Feeling active member of the global community
  14. 14. a) Introduction b) Language Learning & Literacy c) MOOCs & LangMOOC project d) Hands on session: Designing Interactive Exercises for MOOLCs e) Open discussion
  15. 15. 2010 2012 2013 2011 MOOC’s rising 2.8 million students in March 2013 2014
  16. 16. http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/open_education_scoreboard
  17. 17. www.openeducationeuropa.eu
  18. 18. Language competencies & intercultural skills : key qualifications for living and working in 21st century Need for MOOCs related to language education Web 2.0 participatory, immediate, authentic, engages community a promising language learning environment
  19. 19.  learner’s autonomy  social interaction in the target language/exposure  feedback  authentic collaboration  building community
  20. 20. a) Introduction b) Language Learning & Literacy c) MOOCs & LangMOOC project d) Hands on session: Designing Interactive Exercises for MOOLCs e) Open discussion
  21. 21. www.langmooc.com
  22. 22. Consortium Action Citizens Partnership (ACP), GR Sør-Trøndelag University College, HiST, NO CESIE, IT Iberica education group (gGmbH), GE Community Action Dacorum, UK
  23. 23.  How to design an efficient Language Learning Environment for MOOLCs?  Are there many MOOLC initiatives that could provide a promising Massive Open Interactive Language Learning Environment (MOILLE)?
  24. 24. a) Exploration of current MOOLC initiatives b) Classification of the MOOLC initiatives according to concrete criteria c) Evaluation of most representative MOOLC initiatives using the MOILLE framework d) Analysis of the results & conclusions
  25. 25. 1st Stage
  26. 26. 1. FutureLearn (UK) 2. edX- Lagunita (USA) 3. Coursera(USA) 4. iversity (GE) 5. Udemy.com (USA) 6. Alison (IRELAND) 7. Study.com (USA) 8. Open2Study/class central (AUSTRALIA) 9. COURSEsites / Open Education Platform (USA) 10. Instreamia(USA) 11. The Mixxer (USA) 12. Open Learning Initiative (USA) 13. Saylor.org (USA) 14. Federica/EMMA (IT) 15. Miriadax (SP) 16. openmooc.org used by several providers like ”UNED”(SP) 17. France Université Numérique - FUN (FR) 18. iMooX (AU) 19. tandemMOOC (SP) 20. MESI MOOCs (RU) 21. jmooc portal: (JAPAN) 3 platforms gacco, OpenLearningJapan and OUJ MOOC MOOC PLATFORMS: FLL courses
  27. 27. 1. Opencourseworld (GE) 2. Openhpi (GE) 3. iMOOC (PT), ECO project 4. WeMOOC (SP) 5. loggiassist (GE) 6. ARLearn (NE) 7. MOOChouse (GE) 8. EPFL MOOCs (SW) 9. unX (SP) 10. Eliademy (FI) MOOC PLATFORMS – No FLL courses 11. Schoo (Japan) 12. EduKart Open (USA) 13. iDESWEB (SP) 14. Openclassrooms (FR) 15. Novoed (USA) 16. Ca Foscari platform (IT) 17. Acamica (ARGENTINA) 18. Veduca (BRAZIL) 19. mooc.kennesaw (USA) 20. Canvas network (USA) 21. Sillages (FR)
  28. 28. 1. EMMA 2. MOOClist 3. Coursetalk 4. Futurelearn 5. Oeru 6. OpenupEd 7. OECx (EdEx platform) 8. Open Education Europa Portal 9. Class Central 10. Academic Earth MOOC AGGREGATORS/PORTALS ALTERNATIVE platforms Peer to Peer University
  29. 29. 2nd Stage  University/Entity (info)  Number of Free / Paid language Courses  Languages  Accreditation mode (Certification/ Badges/Official credits)  Time schedule  Pedagogy cMOOC / xMOOC  Open source software platforms/Free for teachers to create their courses
  30. 30. 3nd Stage
  31. 31. 1. EdX (USA) 2. Udemy (USA) 3. Alison (IRELAND) 4. Open2Study (AUSTRALIA) 5. Coursesites (USA) 6. Instreamia (USA) 7. The Mixxer (USA) 8. OLI (USA) 9. MOOC.org (UNED) 10.Federica-EMMA (IT) LangMOOC platforms (final selection)
  32. 32. www.udemy.com
  33. 33. www.open2study.com
  34. 34. http://oli.cmu.edu/teach-with-oli/review-our-free-open-courses/
  35. 35. http://www.language-exchanges.org/node/106803
  36. 36. www.instreamia.com/class
  37. 37. www.edx.org
  38. 38. https://www.coursesites.com/ https://openeducation.blackboard.com/home?tab_tab_group_id=_12_1
  39. 39. www.alison.com
  40. 40. /https://coma.uned.es/course/espanol-en-linea-ele-uned
  41. 41. www.europeanmoocs.eu
  42. 42. http://platform.europeanmoocs.eu/guide/EMMA-Teacher-Infographic-Guide.pdf
  43. 43. 53LangMOOCs project
  44. 44. CONTENT: Authentic educational resources; Use of multimedia/tech; Variety of activities that promote all basic language skills & support cultural awareness. PEDAGOGY: Communication (peer-peer, student-teacher, open class community); Collaboration (CL) (group projects, forums etc.); Collective intelligence; Autonomy (Autonomous/Self-paced/SL Learning/Reflection); Engagement-Motivation; Playful/Game based learning; Number of instructors. ASSESSMENT: On going Assessment/ Scaffolding (peer-peer, student- teacher, open, automated) Final Assessment; Evidence-Based improvement (data mining, Analytics); Feedback (comments, reviews). COMMUNITY: Social Community building as Massive & Open (Social Media – third part tools integration & other tech tools). TECHNICAL INFRASTRUCTURE: Max number of participants, Platform’s performance, Security, Usability). FINANCIAL ISSUES: Profit. Charges for Course or Certification/ Accreditation. Perifanou & Economides, 201454
  45. 45. Student-Teacher(s)/Student- Student(s) Teacher-Teacher(s)/Teacher-Student(s) MOILLE - Authentic Interaction with native speakers Dynamic interactions between participants in a MOILLE
  46. 46. 4th Stage
  47. 47.  16 #42 MOOC platforms that offer more than 50#100 free Language Learning courses.  <1/2 English Language MOOCs  Great interest for other languages like Arabic, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese etc. (Perifanou & Economides, 2014). Examples:  German Language MOOC won the First Prize for the Best MOOC in the Miriada X platform (Castrillo, 2013)  “I learn” platform (‘Aprendo’/UNED) 2 English courses 78.690 1 German 22.438 students (Read & Rodrigo, 2013). 57
  48. 48.  “Are there many MOOLC initiatives that could provide a promising Massive Open Interactive Language Learning Environment (MOILLE)”?  NO, just few good examples.
  49. 49. Positive aspects: Many MOOLCs  are still free  have generally good infrastructure  offer certification
  50. 50.  Pedagogical aspect of MOOLCs (no highly interactive, no FL community, no building language skills collectively)  Time cost for educators  Lack of communication tools (synchronous & asynchronous)
  51. 51.  Time zone difference  Big dropout rate (Lack of teachers’ support ,different students’ intentions)  Provide feedback with such an unbalanced teacher-student ratio is difficult  Lack of Peer assessment
  52. 52.  Create more connectivist MOOLCs Create highly interactive Language Learning Environments  Keep high students’ degree of motivation & self-direction
  53. 53. • A1 Report: Review of MOOC experiences01 • A2 Report: MOOCs (goals/methodologies)01 • A3 Report: Pedagogical framework01 Intellectual Outputs 63LangMOOCs project
  54. 54. • A1 Report: Available language learning MOOCs 02 a) Exploration of current MOOCs for language learning b) Classification of the MOOCs according to concrete criteria c) Evaluation of most representative MOOCs using the MOOILLE framework d) Analysis of the results and conclusions Intellectual Outputs 64LangMOOCs project
  55. 55. • A1 Lang MOOC toolkit (Version1)03 • A2 Lang MOOC toolkit (Version2)03 Intellectual Outputs 65LangMOOCs project
  56. 56. • OERs based on Authentic Materials04 A1 ENGLISH A2 GREEK A3 GERMAN A4 ITALIAN A5 NORWEGIAN Intellectual Outputs 66LangMOOCs project
  57. 57. • Pilot MOOC for Language Learning05 A1 MOOC Platform set up/localisation A5 ENGLISH Pilot MOOC A2 GREEK Pilot MOOC A3 GERMAN Pilot MOOC A4 ITALIAN Pilot MOOC A6 NORWEGIAN Pilot MOOC A7 REPORT _PILOT FEEDBACK A6 Technical video tutorials for MOOC pilots Intellectual Outputs 67LangMOOCs project
  58. 58. a) Introduction b) Language Learning & Literacy c) MOOCs & the LangMOOC project d) Hands on session: Designing Interactive Exercises for MOOLCs e) Open discussion
  59. 59. 4 steps… …new ideas…
  60. 60. Visit the google doc (http://tinyurl.com/zybsfza) & open the sheet 1: Structure of a MOOLC Complete the form Any questions? Time: 15 min
  61. 61. Open the sheet 2: Exploring ICT Tools Can you add any tools that you know and/or use? Any questions? Time: 15 min
  62. 62. Open the sheet 3: Building Basic Language Skills via interactive e- activities Choose tools for building basic language skills. Describe in 2-3 lines an activity. Any questions?
  63. 63. Italian culture 5 groups Create a story Start a story Publish in ‘Incontri italiani 2’ &
  64. 64. 2nd activity: ‘Film scripts’ 3nd step Performance of the scenes
  65. 65. 3nd activity: ‘Italian music’ ’ 2nd step watch the video that has chosen and then write and post the verses of the song (1st is the winner) 4th step Sing the songs!!!
  66. 66. Check the list of activities added in the sheet 3: Building Basic Language Skills via interactive e-activities Choose your favourite activities for your MOOLCs (Sheet 1) Any questions? Time: 15 min
  67. 67. a) Introduction b) Language Learning & Literacy c) MOOS & LangMOOC project d) Hands on session: Designing Interactive Exercises for MOOLCs e) Open discussion
  68. 68. Questions?
  69. 69. Thank you all! 79
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