Cloudworks is no longer accepting new user registrations, and will be closing down on 24th June 2019. We hope to make a read-only archive of the site available soon after.

The Theory and Practice of Design for Learning

30 November 2011
Online Educa conference, Berlin

A Learning Design Grid workshop at online educa Berlin, 2011

Cloudscape created by:

Yishay Mor
9 November 2011

New Approaches Integrating Methodologies, Representations and Tools

a pre-conference workshop at online educa berlin, 30 Nov. 2011

http://www.ld-grid.org/workshops/OEB-2011

We hope to webcast this event live at: https://plus.google.com/u/1/b/106690304892849904996/

The rapid evolution and widespread use of advanced technologies offer educators and learners unprecedented opportunities to create, organise, share and access knowledge. Such technologies create potent learning environments, which are constantly shifting with escalating complexity. The challenge of education is no longer about the delivery of knowledge, it is about designing environments, tools and activities for learners to construct knowledge. In order to influence the practice of education, there is a need to acknowledge and develop the role of educational practitioners as designers of learning and establish their role as design-researchers in the context of their daily work. The onus of learning design is shared between three communities: researchers engaged in design-based research in TEL, developers producing learning design tools, and practitioners facing the daily challenge of creating learning opportunities. All three communities acknowledge the need for dialogue between them, yet rarely has there been an opportunity to engage in such discussions productively.

This workshop will present and discuss a new holistic approach that integrates innovative methodologies, tools and representations for learning design (LD). This approach aims to establish structure and provide guidance in the creation of learning interventions and resources. One important aspect involves bridging learning design theory and practice, coupled with a state-of-the-art analysis of existing practices, tools and visual representations.

This highly interactive workshop that give participants (teachers, educational practitioners, educational researchers) the opportunity to learn and discuss about the current trends in learning design (LD) techniques, representations and tools. 

The main questions-topics to be addressed will be:

  • Connecting research and practice, enabling educational practitioners to design and develop high-quality activities, resources and tools for learning and teaching.
  • Consolidating the diverse traditions of design-based research in education and making them accessible to the widest audience possible

Schedule:

10:00-10:30: Introduction to the workshop

10:30-11:30Learning Design: the big picture

11:30-11:45: Coffee

11:45-13:00: Presentation and walk-through with Learning Design resources

13:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:00: Hands-on work in groups using Learning Design resources - I

15:00-15:15 Coffee

15:15-16:30: Hands-on work in groups using Learning Design resources - II

16:30-18:00: Plenary session with conclusions based on group reports

Workshop Leaders

 

  • Gráinne Conole, University of Leicester, UK
  • Yannis Dimitriadis, University of Valladolid, Spain
  • Donatella Persico, Institute for Educational Technology, Italian National Research Council (CNR), Italy
  • Michael Derntl, RWTH Aachen, Germany
  • Symeon Retalis, University of Piraeus, Greece
  • Yishay Mor, The Open University, UK

 

  • "Neumann, S., Oberhuemer, P., & Derntl, M. (2009). Visualizing learning designs using IMS Learning......"
    on the cloud Tool: OpenGLM by on 23 November 2011
  • "Derntl, M., Neumann, S., & Oberhuemer, P. (2011). Opportunities and Challenges of Formal......"
    on the cloud Tool: OpenGLM by on 23 November 2011
  • "Derntl, M., Neumann, S., & Oberhuemer, P. (2011). Community Support for Authoring, Sharing, and......"
    on the cloud Tool: OpenGLM by on 23 November 2011
  • "Mor, Y. (2010), Guess my X and other patterns for teaching and learning mathematics, in Till......"
    on the cloud Pattern: Guess my X (GmX) by on 22 November 2011
  • "Matos, J. F.; Mor, Y.; Noss, R. & Santos, M. (2005), Sustaining Interaction in a Mathematical......"
    on the cloud Pattern: Guess my X (GmX) by on 22 November 2011
  • "Laurillard, D.; Charlton, P.; Craft, B.; Dimakopoulos, D.; Ljubojevic, D.; Magoulas, G.; Masterman,......"
    on the cloud Tool: The Learning Designer by on 21 November 2011

More activity | RSS