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Slide 1: 1 E-Learning Community Presentation to ITeach Conference “Designing the Future” Minnesota State Colleges and Universities ___________ Jeralyn Jargo – Office of the Chancellor Allen Jaisle – President , Ecologos April 25, 2003 What is Community? : 2 What is Community? Stories and Celebrations Meetings and Networking Sharing Resources Common Purpose, Values, Goals “Place” Collaboration Safe Environment Consensus-and-Diversity Interdependence Empathy & Trust Participatory Openness Common Language Shared Foundation Slide 3: 3 Democratic Social Community Creative Adaptive Economy MNSCU Learning Community Micro-CommunityLearning Teams System of Learning CommunitiesLearning and Adapting to Change in the 21st Century Slide 4: 4 E-Learning Community What is it? Why is it important? Improved Learning in E-Enabled Community Best Way to Learn at a Distance Best Way to Supplement Face-to-Face Community Habits for 21st Century Life-Long Learning Habits Creative Adaptive Economy Habits Democratic Society Habits Slide 5: 5 E-Learning Community Success Learning Strategy + Technology System + Human System Slide 6: 6 E-Learning CommunitySuccess Formula = LS + TS + HS Learning Strategy (LS) Leading the Way Integrated Knowing – Highest Knowing Experiential Process – ACT Action Learning Social Activity – Collaboration-Construction Technology System (TS) Supporting LS Human System (HS) Supporting LS Slide 7: 7 Integrated Knowing – Integrated Pragmatism Constructed Knowing – Socially Constructed Procedural Knowing – Separate + Connected Subjective Knowing – Inner Personal Authority Received Knowing – Outer Official Authority Silent Knowing – Unexamined, Unvoiced, Unvalued Quality of Knowing Quality of Community Experiential and Tacit Knowing Modern Worldview Integrated-Ecological Worldview Postmodern Worldview III Postmodern Worldview II Postmodern Worldview I Learning Strategy - Integrated KnowingHighest Way of Knowing & Form of Community Slide 8: 8 Professional Development Personal Development Citizen Development Integrated Learner Learning Strategy - Integrated LearnerPublic Mission for Public Higher Education in 21st Century Slide 9: 9 Developing ‘integrated learners’ with life-long ‘learning community habits’ for contributing to and thriving in a 21st century ‘creative learning community society’, where: - ‘creative adaptive economy’ is the principal source of prosperity, and - ‘democratic social community’ flourishes. Learning Strategy -21st Century Public Mission Slide 10: 10 Acting Communicating Thinking Learning Achieved - Knowledge & Skills Acting-Communicating-Thinking Cycles - Number & Quality ACT Action Learning Acting-Communicating-Thinking (Micro-Community Team Dialogue and Self-Assessment of Learning Performance on Challenge Projects is Action Learning) Learning Strategy – Experiential Process Slide 11: 11 Micro-Community Team Learning Teams of 4-6 in Dialogue Individual Responsibility Collaborative Learning Challenge-Based Learning Projects Social Construction of Learning Learning Strategy – Social Activity Slide 12: 12 E-Portfolio Public - Learner Demonstration of Increasing Competence and Team Collaboration for Learning Private – Self-Assessment of Learning and Faculty Mentoring WebBoard – Enhanced Cross Platform E-Dialogue for Learning Community Technology System Slide 13: 13 Technology System‘efolio’ Technology Can Create Learning Community Spaces http://www.efoliomn.com Slide 14: 14 Technology System‘WebBoard’ Technology Can Enable E-Dialogue for the Social Construction of Learning in Community Slide 15: 15 Language of Learning – Minnesota Goals Self-Assessment Process Mentoring Action Learning Process Mentoring Integrated Knowing & Learner Mentoring Model E-Storytelling for Integrated Learning Model E-Learning Courses for Faculty E-Community and E-Learning Objects Technology Training and Help Desk Human SystemHuman Support System for Learning Community Slide 16: 16 E-Learning Community DevelopmentCurrent Status E-Learning Community Pilot Project Tasks – - Introducing Learning Community Concepts & Technology - Including Self-Assessment in Learning Process - Applying Micro-Community Team Learning - Exploring E-Story to Integrate Learning in Community - Integrating Learning by Curriculum Coordination Recruiting ‘Community Champions’ to Lead e-Dialogues Installing WebBoard e-Dialogue for Learning Community Slide 17: 17 Your Turn Contributing to Learning Community Development What is your experience with learning community? What advice can you provide on the pilot project tasks? What activities can you implement in your own community of practice? Learn More About e-Learning Community : 18 Learn More About e-Learning Community MnOnline e-Learning Community http://www.eresources.mnscu.edu Alverno Self-Assessment - http://ddp.alverno.edu/ American Association of Higher Education http://aahe.ital.utexas.edu/electronicportfolios/ National - http://learningcommons.evergreen.edu Building Virtual Communities by K.A. Renninger & Wesley Shumar. Cambridge University Press 2002. Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace: Effective Strategies for the Online Classroom by R. Palloff, K. Pratt. Jossey Bass Publishers, 1999. Creating Learning Communities: A Practical Guide to Winning Support, Organizing for Change, and Implementing Programs by N. Shapiro, J. Levine. Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1999. Thanks for joining us today! Jeralyn.jargo@so.mnscu.edu ajaisle@ecologos.us

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