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Can Computer Supported Collaborative Learning help to fulfil the Vir. Class goal? Grete Oline Can Computer Supported Collaborative Learning help to fulfil the Vir. Class goal? Grete Oline Hole, Hi. B 1

Pedagogical view • Constructivist and socio-cultural and understanding of knowledge. • Task oriented and Pedagogical view • Constructivist and socio-cultural and understanding of knowledge. • Task oriented and problem solving methods of teaching and learning • Learner centred, • Learning object and task/assignments structured to activate students in their learning process. • Interaction, discussion and cooperation 2

The two metaphors: • The two metaphors of learning, and the danger of choosing The two metaphors: • The two metaphors of learning, and the danger of choosing only one Learning seen as Acquisition or Participation 3

Didactical Model (the diamond) Goal Assessment Contents Methods The participants basis k l Externals Didactical Model (the diamond) Goal Assessment Contents Methods The participants basis k l Externals conditions Bjørndal & Lieberg, 1978 4

All influence each other: • • Object/aim of course Learning materials Methods Students’ goals All influence each other: • • Object/aim of course Learning materials Methods Students’ goals Type of assignment Type of assessment Knowledge in beforehand…. 5

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Virtual Learning Environment: • Provides the “online” interactions of various kinds which can take Virtual Learning Environment: • Provides the “online” interactions of various kinds which can take place between learners and tutors • Secure, due to password protection • Control access to a curriculum, mapped to elements that can be separately assessed and recorded • Track student activity and achievement • Allow tutors to set up a course with materials and activities to direct, guide and monitor learner progress 7

A VLE: • Support online learning, – include access to learning resources, assessment and A VLE: • Support online learning, – include access to learning resources, assessment and guidance • Communication (between learner, tutor and other) provide – support/ feedback for learners, – peer-group communications that build a sense of group identity and community of interest • Links to other resources, both in-house and externally 8

Within a VLE (cont): • Often two views of the system, one for the Within a VLE (cont): • Often two views of the system, one for the tutors and one for the student (= shared workplace) • Browser based and use web technologies, – But: do not require knowledge of HTML in order to use/contribute content • ”Anytime, anywhere”, (” 7/24/365”) access due to the use of web technology – The students dream; the teachers nightmare, beware of that 9

MLE • Managed Learning Environment – refers to the whole range of information systems MLE • Managed Learning Environment – refers to the whole range of information systems and processes of a college – (including its VLE if it has one) – that contribute directly, or indirectly – to learning and the management of that learning 10

A MLE: • Focus on college processes and standards, not software products • A A MLE: • Focus on college processes and standards, not software products • A framework for choices about – software – training – support for learners and tutors • Link together VLE (which deliver and track online-learning) with the Student Records System (SRS) 11

 • How can VLE help us fulfil our goal? 12 • How can VLE help us fulfil our goal? 12

Different view on ICT in learning • CAI: Computer Assisted Instruction • ITS: Intelligent Different view on ICT in learning • CAI: Computer Assisted Instruction • ITS: Intelligent Tutoring Systems • CSCL: – knowledge constructed in a social process 13

Learning with ICT: • Emphasize the socio-cognitive impact of teachers and learners working in Learning with ICT: • Emphasize the socio-cognitive impact of teachers and learners working in partnership with technology: • From studying the effects of the computer to focus on learning with the computer • (and: through the computer) 14

Achieve the political goals of Life Long Learning and Lisboa agenda: (From the call Achieve the political goals of Life Long Learning and Lisboa agenda: (From the call for proposals/ other EU-learning documents, and from our application) 15

 • Instructional design that integrate the potential of e. Learing, linked to the • Instructional design that integrate the potential of e. Learing, linked to the objectives of the course • Strengthen the link between research and education • Share and reuse the learning content. • Stimulate development of high quality service, group tutoring/coaching, CSCL, assessment, digital portfolio, virtual learning communities…. 16

 • ICT has a potential to connect people across borders for collaboration and • ICT has a potential to connect people across borders for collaboration and to make knowledge more accessible and sharable for advanced teaching and learning. • Common curricula, multilateral teaching offers, resource saving collaboration, common system of acknowledging degrees are important 17

 • Networks that deliver joint courses, programmes and services to the students in • Networks that deliver joint courses, programmes and services to the students in a Lifelong open and a flexible learning context • Promote virtual mobility, (virtual learning communities, mobility in the framework of joint courses and curricula)…. 18