Twitter as a Metacognitive Support Device by Alan Reid. “If student satisfaction, engagement, and metacognitive awareness are all part of your definition of a successful course, then Twitter may be an option for you.”
Integrating social media into academia is not a novel idea. And since you are reading this, chances are you probably have been utilizing some feature of social media in the classroom for years. What is more interesting is asking why academia should exploit social media and, more specifically, Twitter. Some learners are effective at self-regulation; that is, they guide their learning through metacognition – thinking about their own learning – and through strategic action and evaluation of their own progress. Research has shown that such learners will outperform inadequate self-regulators in nearly every aspect of learning. Increasing metacognitive awareness (knowing what you know, and what you don’t know) is critical for better self-regulation. What is a metacognitive support device? Four types of tweets What does this mean?
12 Common Education Technology Implementation Problems and How to Prevent and Remediate Them. Learning Solutions Magazine: Home. Towards alternative lifelong learning(s): what Freire can still teach us. Judith Walker, Doctoral Candidate  Educational Studies, University of British Columbia I am hopeful, not out of mere stubbornness, but out of an existential, concrete imperative (Freire, 1999, p.8) Introduction In the first edition of the Rizoma Freireano, McLaren and Jaramillo (2008) contributed an article calling for ‘alternative globalizations’.
In this paper, the authors firmly reject the inevitability of a global neoliberal capitalism, which has come to dominate our understandings of the nature of globalization, and instead put forward the alternative ideals of ‘critical globalization studies’ and ‘critical globalization pedagogy’. By using the term ‘alternative’ the authors reframe the word ‘globalization’ and reappropriate it to some extent rather than endorsing a binary understanding of a pre-destined and already-defined concept, which would have occurred had they relied on the term ‘anti’.
The Dominant Lifelong Learning Imperative The Development of Lifelong Learning… International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) The iJIM journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of interactive mobile technologies.
The objective of the journal is to publish and discuss fundamentals, applications and experiences in the field of interactive mobile technologies in learning and teaching as well as in industrial and other applications. iJIM is an Open Access Journal. Readers don't have to pay any fee. Only registration is necessary. Vol 8, No 1 (2014) Table of Contents Papers Reports.
3 raisons pour lesquelles vous devriez passer au Serious Game pour vos prochaines formations. Bloom and bust. Les thèses en e-éducation. Samuel_fournier_affiche.pdf (Objet application/pdf) mLearnCon 2012 Mobile Learning Conference & Expo. More than 800 people gathered at mLearnCon 2012 in San Jose, CA, to share ideas, strategies and best practices for managing, designing, developing and deploying mobile learning.
Thanks to everyone (speakers, attendees, and many others) who helped make this event such a grand success. Read about this year's conference in Learning Solutions Magazine, and stay tuned for the conference highlights video, which will be posted soon. See you at the next mLearnCon, June 18 – 20, 2013, in San Jose. Three inspiring keynotes scheduled for mLearnCon 2012: Two new stages give you even more ways to learn about mobile learning. Optional Pre-conference Certificate Programs offer new skills and knowledge that you can immediately put to work in your organization. Don’t miss this opportunity to be among the first to learn about Project Tin Can, a 2011 ADL-funded BAA executed by Rustici Software. Ingenierie-pedagogique.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Transmédia storytelling.
Une nouvelle pédagogie pour les jeunes ? Épilogue (VIII sur VIII) eBook April 2012 - Thank You Success Page. Instructional Design (ID) is — or at least should be — the foundation for effective eLearning. ID drives both development and delivery, and can mean the difference between successful eLearning and something that just wastes people’s time and your organization’s money. Access Instructions: Click the button below to download this eBook in PDF format.
We recommend that you save the file to your computer first and then open it. The Thing about Multiple-Choice Tests … by Mike Dickinson. “The thing about multiple-choice questions is that the answer is right there on the screen.
So the challenge as question-writers is to construct the question and its answer choices in such a way that the learner really has to master the objective in order to select the correct choice.” You can easily psyche out a multiple-choice test, right? I mean, based on the fact that you're a developer of online instruction, I assume that part of the reason you reached your current position is that you're a good test taker. Now you're on the other end of the spectrum, designing multiple-choice questions and hoping your learners' answer choices will be based on their actual knowledge and not their clever testmanship. So the challenge in writing these items is to create a valid measure of the learner's knowledge. In educational settings, instructors of online learning courses often have the ability to assign written papers, that is, constructed response tests.
A true and fair test of the knowledge. Sköld. This paper examines how the effects of virtual space on learning have been elucidated in recent research with the aim of providing both a comprehensive picture of the current state of research and interesting avenues for future projects.
Drawing on a multidisciplinary review, it identifies five key themes that together constitute research in virtual space and learning: analogies between the study of physical space and learning; socio-cultural constructivist perspectives; practical and theoretical pedagogy; architecture; and, aesthetics. Current research on how virtual space affects learning is fragmented, albeit rich. The pivotal challenge for the future is to establish a research infrastructure that can harness the richness of already existing studies, while simultaneously serving to drive, focus, and interconnect future research efforts.
L’actualité pédagogique et du monde de la formation #11. A Symbiosis Between Instructional Systems Design and Project Management / Une symbiose de la conception de matériel pédagogique et de la gestion de projet. A Symbiosis Between Instructional Systems Design and Project Management / Une symbiose de la conception de matériel pédagogique et de la gestion de projet Abstract This study is intended to explore a complementary relationship between instructional systems design (ISD) and project management in an attempt to build a plausible case for integrating project management as a distinct course in the core of the graduate instructional systems design programs.
It is argued that ISD and project management should form a symbiosis from a curriculum perspective, in a hope for the prepared instructional designers to create values for customers. An integrated view of ISD and project management is proposed, using three concepts of project management as a reasonable bridge for the integration. Challenges for the proposed view in this position paper are also stated. Keywords Instructional systems design; project management; instructional technology. 0402_hotte_basque.pdf (Objet application/pdf) The Accidental Instructional Designer by Cammy Bean. “You may have found your way into this field by accident, but it is what you’re doing in the here and now, so you might as well do it well and with great passion and delight.”
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A doctor? A teacher? A firefighter? An eLearning instructional designer (ID) doing corporate training? As a teenager and young adult, I set my sights on becoming a writer or a teacher. Let’s get personal How did I get here? From there I went to a “multimedia production” company that hired me as an instructional designer. What about you? So what’s your story? As eLearning continues to grow and expand as an industry, we see more and more people finding their way into the field by accident. Kicking it up a notch So what can you do – for yourself and for your internal teams – to start creating better eLearning that actually achieves real performance change? You can do lots of things, but let’s start at the beginning. What’s the fire in your belly? Read books. Top eLearning Learning Behavior Roles Content for Thu.Feb 23. L’histoire de Linux résumée en infographie.
One Learning Challenge: Four Designers Put Their Skills to the Test by Tracy Bissette. “What I find most inspiring is the individuality brought to each solution.
The unique ideas shared in this challenge – a pre-test, a motivating campaign, varying levels of scaffolding, an acronym for easy recall – demonstrate that instructional designs can be enhanced by other viewpoints.” Mentorship is a powerful teaching tool. As an instructional designer (ID), I’ve recognized that ideas from mentors and peers have been a catalyst for my professional growth. With this in mind, I created a session for DevLearn 2011 that would give session participants insights into the thought processes of skilled instructional designers.
The session title was “One Learning Challenge: Three Designers Put Their Skills to the Test.” Three of my colleagues agreed enthusiastically to participate in the session with me. The challenge Client The client, the Door Security & Safety Foundation, provides programs that enhance the safety and security of existing buildings.
Performance objectives Parameters Figure 1.