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Published on March 6, 2014

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Learning is a very complex process involving many aspects of our life. Long Life Learning is a very important strategy for our private life and our professional improvement. How we can use the eLearning (LMS) and Social Media Learning to do this?

Training in Service - Never too late for Leaning to Learn Lesson 2: Learning to Learn trough eLearning Marco FABBRI

Who I am and what I do Bachelor of Science in Physics – Cybernetics ● European Programmes Expert and Training Consultant ● SIM-CMI Certified “Evaluator and Certificator of Mentoring Projects” ● S3 Academy Certified “Social Media Strategist” ● My LinkedIn profile ● By SIM 2

Premises Human beings are born to learn and learning is what they are better than any other species By SIM 3

Discussion about Methodologies Technologies By SIM 4

A boring slide about Learning? by teaching by doing By SIM 5

Maybe... by teaching by doing By SIM 6

Today we discuss about... Learning to Learn trough eLearning: Some effective methodologies for learning in an eLearning environment ● The Learning Management System: How to teach and how to learn using new technologies ● Social Media for Continuous Learning: Searching and sharing on the Web the up-todate knowledge ● Fact Checking: Truth and hoaxes on the Net ● By SIM 7

Learning to Learn trough eLearning Some effective methodologies for learning in an eLearning environment By SIM 8

What do you think about eLearning? By SIM 9

Basic eLearning definition The use of electronic media and ICT in Education By SIM 10

AKA... ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Multimedia Learning Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) Computer-Based Training (CBT) Computer-Assisted/-Aided Instruction (CAI) Internet-Based Training (IBT) Web-Based Training (WBT) Online/Virtual Education Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) mLearning ... By SIM 11

Why the (e)Learning? Sir Kenneth Robinson Author, Speaker, Advisor on Education, Creativity and Innovation “Changing Paradigms” Recipient of the RSA Benjamin Franklin Medal 2008 By SIM 12

Oxymoron By SIM 13

One size does not fit all! A common folly of many training courses is that they do not align to the needs of the entire learner group. It is important to recognize different learning needs, objectives and barriers within the target audience. By SIM 14

Learning and something more What seals the deal is if the learning exercise provides the learner with an extra ‘something’. The learning then becomes ‘useful’ and thus even the most unwilling learner does not find it cumbersome or unnecessary. By SIM 15

Utilizing multiple ways With advancement in technology, there are now numerous ways that you can reach out to your learners. What is important is that the strength of different platforms should be recognized and utilized accordingly. This will ensure that the learner finds different opportunities to learn and choose the one that suits him or her best. By SIM 16

Extracting learning out of work With the aid of technology, a culture of sharing and collaborating to learn together can be cultivated. This mode of peer-learning at work suits learners of all kinds: self-directed learners as well as the ones who need to be pushed into learning from time to time. By SIM 17

Because the (e)Learning! By SIM 18

Because the (e)Learning! By SIM 19

One step back... “Learning is not something that happens to students, it is something that happens by students” Barry Zimmerman Learning is a process that leads to change, which occours as a result of experience and increases the potential for improved performance and future learning. Self Organized Learning is an active, systematic process of planning, controlling and reflecting on one's experiences to facilitate desired change. By SIM 20

Self Organized Learning Is what we do before, during and after learning Four phases: ● Self-observation and evaluation (before) ● Goal setting and strategic planning (before) ● Strategic implementation and monitoring (during) ● Self-reflection (after) By SIM 21

Self Organized Learning Informal Learning Formal Learning Self Organised Learning In SOL students take responsibility for their own learning and put this into successful action. By SIM 22

Self Organized Learning For successful self organised learning the essential components are: Communication ● Reflection ● Collaboration ● Community ● Creative Tools ● Amplification ● By SIM 23

The “toolbox” ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Text Audio Images Animation Video streaming Audio or video tape Satellite TV CD-ROM DVD Computer ... By SIM 24

eLearning: where and when ● ● ● ● ● ● In or out of the classroom Self-paced (A)Synchronous learning Instructor-led Distance and flexible learning In conjunction with face-to-face teaching (blended learning) ANYTIME ANYPLACE By SIM 25

“It's not what you learn that counts anymore. It's what you can learn.” Don Tapscott By SIM 26

Learning preferences A learners selection or choice of certain types of activities, situation or climate. By SIM 27

Learning styles An attribute of a learner used to interact with the learning situation. By SIM 28

Teaching styles ● Teacher-centered ● Content-centered ● Student-centered By SIM 29

Learning pyramid By SIM 30

Some hints at “tech” level Cloud Computing Crowdsourcing Cooperative/Collaborative Learning By SIM 31

Cloud Computing A variety of computing concepts that involve a large number of computers connected through a real-time communication network By SIM 32

Cloud Computing By SIM 33

Cloud Computing By SIM 34

Crowdsourcing The practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people By SIM 35

Crowdsourcing By SIM 36

Cooperative Learning An approach to organize classroom activities into academic and social learning experiences By SIM 37

Cooperative Learning By SIM 38

Cooperative Learning “For the first time we are preparing students for a future we cannot clearly describe.” David Warlick By SIM 39

Modes of Learning Formal Reflective Collaborative Informal E-portfolios Essay writing Blogging Microblogging Group work Co-operative learning Social networking By SIM 40

The ZIN of Atlantis By SIM 41

The ZIN of Atlantis In the ancient city of Atlantis was built a rectangular obelisk called ZIN, in honor of the goddess TINA. You are a group of archaeologists who have spent the last few weeks studying the city. The group's task is to determine in what day of what week of Atlantis, was completed the ZIN. In recent weeks you visited several excavations and you collected information to identify this date. This information is contained in the leaflets in front of you. By SIM 42

Q&A By SIM 43

Resources A blog written by Michelle Baker http://phasetwolearning.wordpress.com/ A LinkedIn Group: “Learning, Education and Training Bloggers” http://www.linkedin.com/groups? gid=2464413&trk=my_groups-b-grp-v By SIM 44

The Learning Management System How to teach and how to learn using new technologies By SIM 45

What is a LMS? A software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of eLearning education courses or training programs By SIM 46

AKA... ● ● ● ● Course Management System (CMS) Course Management System (CMS) Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) ... By SIM 47

A great and dynamic tool... ● ...useless if you don't know how to use it correctly ● ...useless if you don't want to use it at all ● ...useless if you just use it because you have to By SIM 48

LMS and students ● ● ● ● ● There is a mismatch between the use of LMS and students’ way of learning Average and Weak need extra coaching to get better grades They have different ways of processing information They need longer time to process information They learn + understand at their own pace By SIM 49

Improve the previous definition A protected online environment that combines and manages a collection of tools and web services to provide enhanced learning experiences By SIM 50

Perceived student benefits ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● courses and course work homework: view and submit interaction with teachers revision or practice tests/exams work environment for presentations/assignments interactive problem activities no books to carry back and forth reference materials online social networking By SIM 51

Perceived student benefits ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● calendar and timetable reflection diary blogs and wikis photos/graphics/articles/videos – digital repositories communication ePortfolio video/web conferencing new ways of doing old and new things (more engaging/motivating?) By SIM 52

Perceived teacher benefits ● ● ● ● ● course material and structures can be released as required interaction with students for marking work and comments instant feedback to students if submissions are late creative work environment for lesson material – planning tools lesson plans and activity sequences can be stored (authoring, publishing and editing tools) By SIM 53

Perceived teacher benefits ● ● ● ● ● ● ● as interoperability improves, facility to share resources with teachers in other schools fewer reference materials (hard copy) and smaller piles of marking reference material online calendar, timetable and notices communication with other staff and sporting/cultural groups blogs and wikis content repositories By SIM 54

What is a MOOC? By SIM 55

Is MOOC the future? Anant Agarwal Professor of Computer Science at MIT “Why massive open online courses (still) matter” TED 2013 By SIM 56

“MOOCing” the future 2013 was a year with big numbers and great big hopes followed by some disappointing first results. The head of edX, Anant Agarwal, suggests that MOOCs would be a way to share high-level learning widely and supplement traditional classrooms. A vision of blended learning, where teachers create the ideal learning experience for 21st century students. By SIM 57

Q&A By SIM 58

Resources www.docebo.com www.moodle.com www.mooc-list.com www.mooc-ed.org www.adlnet.org By SIM 59

Social Media for Continuous Learning Searching and sharing on the Web the up-to-date knowledge By SIM 60

The Social Web By SIM 61

What is Web 2.0? “Nobody really knows what it means. If Web 2.0 for you is blogs and wikis, then that is people to people. But that was what the Web was supposed to be all along.” Sir Tim Berners-Lee By SIM 62

What is Web 2.0? “Web 2.0 is all about harnessing collective intelligence.” Tim O'Reilly By SIM 63

The new way of learning User Generated Content Learning 2.0 By SIM 64

The Social Web Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Britannica Wikipedia Personal Website Blogging Page views Cost per click Publishing Participation Content Management Wiki Directories (Taxonomy) Tagging (Folksonomy) ‘Stickiness’ Syndication Maps Mapping (Mashup) By SIM 65

What the Social Web offers • • • • • • • • • • • • Social networks Participation Collaboration Repurposing Mixing and Mashing User generated content Reflective spaces Creative tools Creative Commons Self organisation (folksonomies) Voting and debate Tagging and Sharing Global communication By SIM 66

Trends in learning Apprenticeship model Just for me Standardised courses Just in case Bespoke courses Just in time Personalised Learning Just for me By SIM 67

Personalised Learning? By SIM 68

Personalised Learning! By SIM 69

“We need diversity of thought in the World to face the new challenges.” Sir Tim Berners-Lee Join the nine dots using only four straight lines. Do not take your pen from the paper and do not go back over any lines. By SIM 70

By SIM 71

A man enters a field with an unopened package and dies. Why? By SIM 72

A man enters a field with an unopened package and dies. Why? By SIM 73

Personal Learning Environment Aggregation Services Tools Formats Content Channels Networks By SIM 74

PLE, PLN and PW Personal Learning Network Personal Learning Environment Personal Web By SIM 75

How to use Social Media ● Content sharing ● Q&A ● Special Interest Group (SIG) ● Meet experienced people ● Meet teachers and experts By SIM 76

Content sharing By SIM 77

Q&A By SIM 78


Meet experienced people By SIM 80

Meet experts and teachers By SIM 81

Some well-known Social Media By SIM 82

Social Media main categories ● Social Network: ● Social Content: ● Social tools: By SIM 83

Facebook PROS: very informal, easy to contact other people and share experiencies and infos; a lot of groups to share very different interests CONS: the discussions aren't too deep, technical items aren't argued or followed, Q&A doesn't work very well By SIM 84

Facebook Usually the FanPages are used to drive the traffic toward a specific website. By SIM 85

Facebook By SIM 86

LinkedIn PROS: very useful to contact people with same interests and share experiencies and infos; a lot of groups to share very different interests, Q&A works well CONS: very formal, needs great cure and care, it works well if regularly updated By SIM 87

LinkedIn Non only professionals and SIG, but Company Pages too, with hints, tips and products. By SIM 88

LinkedIn By SIM 89

SlideShare PROS: very useful to share slideshows; a good tags management allows finding a lot of info CONS: reduced interaction By SIM 90

SlideShare Professionals and Companies share slideshows and documents. By SIM 91

SlideShare By SIM 92

Google+ PROS: useful to contact people with same interests and share experiencies and infos; a lot of groups of interest; some interesting features CONS: not all the features work well (hangouts are a true disaster); the strategy of its development is not clear By SIM 93

Google+ The contents network with the quickest growing. By SIM 94

Google+ By SIM 95

YouTube PROS: a very rich collection of movies and videos on hundres of arguments CONS: reduced interaction, you can upload files and organize your playlists only if you have a Google account By SIM 96

YouTube The contents network with videos for education, entertainment and edutainment. By SIM 97

YouTube By SIM 98

Pinterest PROS: focused on images of very different kind, very friendly, offers a lot of “visual” infos organized by “Pins”, “Boards” and “Pinners” CONS: reduced interaction By SIM 99

Pinterest Pictures, drawings, graphs, infographics... By SIM 100

Pins By SIM 101

Boards By SIM 102

Pinners By SIM 103

Other interesting networks and tools www.scoop.it www.quora.com www.google.com www.skype.com By SIM 104

Scoop.it! PROS: a lot of arguments already aggregated, easy to search, to read and to share (“rescoop”) CONS: reduced interaction By SIM 105

Scoop.it! A Social content network useful to aggregate in different folders (“Topics”) your interests. By SIM 106

Scoop.it! By SIM 107

Quora PROS: a pure Q&A platform with experienced people and experts ready to answer on a very different questions; you can create a kind of SIG (“blog”) CONS: the interaction is related to Q&A system By SIM 108

Quora Serious or amazing question: no matter, the answer will reach you. By SIM 109

Quora By SIM 110

Skype ● ● ● ● ● ● A Voice Over IP (VOIP) system Very useful for teamworking, meetings and conferences Allows low-cost phone and video call Easy and quick file transfer With a browser extention “Skype Click to Call” you're able to call direcly from a website to the phone number showed A Social Presence tool By SIM 111

Google search engine ● ● ● ● ● ● Google indexes 60 trillion individual webpages Find more about a certain picture by clicking the camera icon on Google Images You can also narrow down an image search by clicking the "Search Tools" menu And locate files to download If a certain webpage is down, just search for it within Google's cache ...and much more! By SIM 112

Last but not least ● Blog A blog (a truncation of the expression web log) is a discussion or informational site published on the Web and consisting of discrete entries ("posts") typically displayed in reverse chronological order. ● Wiki A wiki is usually a web application which allows people to add, modify, or delete content in collaboration with others. By SIM 113

Blog ● ● “Once upon a time” was the work of a single individual and often covered a single subject. Today there are blogs (MABs) with posts written by large numbers of authors and professionally edited, covering more subjects, anyway in the same area of interest. By SIM 114

Wiki ● ● A wiki is a type of content management system, it differs from a blog or most other such systems in that the content is created without any defined owner or leader, and wikis have little implicit structure, allowing structure to emerge according to the needs of the users. Wikis can serve many different purposes both public and private, including knowledge management, notetaking, community websites and intranets. By SIM 115

Wiki blog integration Proximal Development Professional ID Personal space Community space Blog Wiki Reflective space Collaborative space Negotiation of meaning Co-construction of knowledge By SIM 116

Wiki blog integration Creative writing - Critical thinking Meta cognitive processes Socio cognitive processes Blog Wiki Who I am What I know Reflection Self expression By SIM Sharing/exchanging Editing/modifying 117

Conclusions... Self organised learners do not need management, they need facilitation ● Personalised learning is vital ● Appropriate tools are required ● Creativity, reflexivity and collaboration should be encouraged ● Amplification of content necessary ● Community is essential ● By SIM 118

Past & Future... By SIM 119

Q&A By SIM 120

Resources www.wordpress.com www.wikipedia.org By SIM 121

Fact Checking Truth and hoaxes on the Net By SIM 122

What's Fact Checking? The activity devoted to check factual assertions in nonfictional text to determine their veracity and correctness By SIM 123

Hoax A deliberately fabricated falsehood made to masquerade as truth. Was coined in the late 18th century as a contraction of the verb hocus, which means "to cheat". By SIM 124

“The Straight Dope” The column derives its name from the American idiom meaning roughly "the honest truth" and covers many subjects, including history, science, old wives' tales, urban legends and inventions. The column appears under the tagline "Fighting ignorance since 1973 (it's taking longer than we thought)". Wikipedia By SIM 125

Fact checking ● ● Fact checking began in the early 20th century. By the 1930s a fact checking department became a symbol of establishment among publications. By SIM 126

Fact checking and Learning ● ● Continuous Learning is a iterative process devoted to increase our knowledge. What happens if our knowledge is based on mistakes, fakes and hoaxes? By SIM 127

How we can distinguish between truth and lie? By SIM 128

Using multiple sources of information, checking facts and figures from books, newspapers, websites,... By SIM 129

Fact checking and eLearning ● ● Our task is very simplified by the Web. Hundreds of blogs, websites, social networks offer the opportunity to verify what we read, we hear or we see on books, newspapers, TV and Internet. By SIM 130

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious” Albert Einstein By SIM 131

Q&A By SIM 132

Resources www.straightdope.com www.factcheck.org By SIM 133

By SIM 134

Thank you for your attention! Dr Marco FABBRI SIM - Scuola Italiana di Mentoring e-mail: mfabbri@scuolaitalianadimentoring.it Web: www.scuolaitalianadimentoring.it By SIM 135

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