SEDA day 2 keynote, Supporting risk-taking cultures in teachers and learners - lessons learnt
by Julie (Jane) Hughes, University of Wolverhampton. (Live-blogged)
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18 November 2011
[Missed the first 5 minutes :(. Live blogged, please excuse the typos] ... ...
"...Conole said we haven't moved that much"
Diane Laurillard 2007) "In teaching... currently, we tend to use technology to support trad modes ofteachnig we scercely have the infrastructer the trainning the bhabits or the acces to new cehnology tobe optimising its ujust yet"
I felt confinedt that I knew what I was doing, However, looking back I would thay that was a false perspective... I am a Luddite, I fear, in that I like the feel of pencil on paper... Feedback
Looking awry and theorising
E-learning o often talked about as a trojan mouse (Sharpe and Oliver 2007
Give pedagogy back to the teachers (Laurillard 2007)
Pedagogy shift - (e)-portfolio ways of being (Yancey & Weiser, 20..)
Unpredictable rhizomatic growth (Not linear)
Rhizome as model/map for unpredictability
Lateral, multi-forked root system
Web 2.0 ways of teaching and learning?
(From the 1990s to the mid 200s) websites tended to be like separate gardens...
...web 2.0 is like a shared allotment...
-David Gauntlett 2011, p.5-7
[missing] Conole and Aleviou, 2010?
The will to live in creative spaces and their associated temporal rhythims require positive courage.
Bicycles came to be appropriated in the struggle for women's emancipation... record
simply put, the bicycle allowed for movement into new spaces, literally and figuratively *it was) viewed as a tool for progressive freedom. Hendrick
Today, over one billion people in the world use bicycles and the bicycle is the principal means of transportation in many parts of the world (Heinz Wolff)