Data, personal learning and learning analytics

Jenny Connected

This week’s topic for Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 Personal Learning vs Personalized Learning: What Needs to Happen Oct 24, 2018 Online Learning 2018, Toronto, Ontario, Contact North. Conversation with Shelly Blake-Plock Oct 24, 2018 Week 1 of E-Learning 3.0

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E-Learning 3.0 : Graph

Jenny Connected

Graph is the Topic for Week 3 of Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 In the last three paragraphs in this synopsis he writes: In connectivism we have explored the idea of thinking of knowledge as a graph, and of learning as the growth and manipulation of a graph. e-learning 3.0

2018 161

E-Learning 3.0 Experience

Jenny Connected

The task for this penultimate week of the E-Learning 3.0 e-learning 3.0 MOOC on the topic of Experience is: Here is my submission. This is the musical accompaniment for the verses below. Please sing along.

2018 148

E-Learning 3.0 : Identity Graphs

Jenny Connected

We are now in the fourth week of this E-Learning 3.0 This was a very good way of learning more about fellow participants at the start of the course, but also of recognising that we can easily connect to anyone across the world in just a few steps. e-learning 3.0

2018 148

E-Learning 3.0 : some initial thoughts

Jenny Connected

On this site Stephen writes: The premise of this course is that we are entering the third major phase of the world wide web, and that it will redefine online learning as it has previously. This means that the approach to learning will change. el30 e-learning e-learning 3.0

2018 174

Learn facilitation?

Viv Mcwaters

You can read all the details about Creative Facilitation: The Basics here and Facilitation as Performance here , and other people seem to have enjoyed the experience, even learned some stuff. Learn facilitation? The post Learn facilitation? Facilitation Learning

2015 201

E-Learning 3.0: Cloud Computing

Jenny Connected

The second topic in Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 But, the focus this week has been on the next generation of Cloud Computing for virtual learning rather than for storage and file sharing. Students at the Open University, UK, are distance learning students who bring their own device. But he pointed out that we have only recently begun to think of data as open educational resources that will be very useful for learning. e-learning 3.0

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Questions about rhizomatic learning

Jenny Connected

Hi Keith – I have been thinking about your invitation to discuss some of the ideas around rhizomatic learning with you further. Cath’s posts in which she is presenting models for rhizomatic learning make sense. Smoothness and Striation in Digital Learning Spaces. E -Learning.

2014 265

E-Learning 3.0 : Task 2

Jenny Connected

Two initial tasks have been created by Stephen Downes for the E-Learning 3.0 Laura Ritchie’s blog post about this topic – Building with learning #el30: Week 2 – [link]. e-learning 3.0 No doubt there will be more. We can choose which of these two tasks to complete.

2018 130

Twiitering = learning?

Joitske Hulsebosch

I often have conversations about the role of social media in learning processes. Sometimes people might say: ' Ok, but twitter is not learning. How can you learn from 140 characters?! From a behaviourism point of view, twitter might not be very relevant as a means for learning.

Open teaching and learning

Jenny Connected

This has been a pleasure and illuminating in many respects, and has caused me to reflect once again on the meaning of ‘openness’ in teaching and learning. This seems like another great way to promote open teaching and learning. Source of image .

2015 232

Networks as Learning Systems

Networking Action

Most networks have “learning” as an important activity, but I’ve seen no impressive examples of systemic network learning strategies. The International Land Coalition (ILC) has made a big step forward to develop just that, described as its Systematic Knowledge and … Learning ILC

2015 234

Learning about fast learning

Learning Alliances

Sean Murphy and I have been experimenting with a form of fast learning — and figuring out what we’re doing as we go along. all situations where learning is required). business models Learning mvpOODA

2014 158

Learning about learning from Gertrude Stein

Jenny Connected

Week 5 has started (with the theme of Anti-Modernist Doubts), but I am still thinking about Week 4 and Gertrude Stein - and what I can learn from her about teaching and learning. For me thinking spatially instead of linearly describes the learning process. Embodied learning.

2013 219

E-Learning 3.0: Conversation with Ben Werdmuller

Jenny Connected

The guest for this third week of Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 I could never work out where I was and always felt disoriented, but those were early days in online learning for me. e-learning 3.0 MOOC was Ben Werdmuller.

2018 139

My session about blended learning in Milan

Joitske Hulsebosch

We had one day in Milan before the Hofstede Insights conference in which I had to discuss a number of myths about blended learning. It's not every day that I get an invitation to do a session about blended learning abroad. The group does not have much blended learning experience yet.

2018 130

E-Learning 3.0 Task 1 completed!

Jenny Connected

In the E-learning 3.0 Quick (13 minutes) description of how to use the E-Learning 3.0 Finally I added the E-Learning 3.0 e-learning 3.0 MOOC being run by Stephen Downes, we have been given two tasks to choose from for this week.

2018 139

Learning poses or learning to model?

Joitske Hulsebosch

A beautiful example in my opinion of the difference between what learning tips and tricks in a course or short training compared with learning in practice and learning in networks and communities. A longer road that leads to more profound learning as professional.

2017 153

Learning spaces

Mathemagenic

My interests in learning and architecture come pretty nice together with homeschooling our kids. When I dived into learning about project-based homeschooling , creating a workspace for the kids was the first thing I picked up. Of course, learning happens everywhere.

2014 188

Top 10 Tools for Learning 2016

Elsua

Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning – for use in training, for performance support, social collaboration, etc. Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning – for self-organised learning. Top 10 Tools for Learning 2016.

2016 259

Learning to be creative on and off the distributed web

Jenny Connected

Although the final week of the E-Learning 3.0 Feature Article E-Learning 3.0, The challenge for educators and for society in general will be in managing and accepting the transition from emphasizing ‘what people learn’ to ‘how people learn’. e-learning 3.0

2018 148

Engestrom, Wenger and Emergent Learning

Jenny Connected

In a recent great discussion in CPsquare about the changing role of the learning facilitator , Brenda Kaulback posted this video of Yrjo Engestrom being interviewed about his work by Chris Jones. Engestrom talks about emergent learning in terms of ‘expansive learning’.

Characteristics of open learning environments

Jenny Connected

Next month Roy Williams and I will give the keynote presentation at a conference in Graz, Austria, which will focus on learning in open learning environments; how we recognize, value and ‘capture’ it. The first post was Evaluation of Open Learning Scenarios.

2014 224

Emily Dickinson and Emergent Learning

Jenny Connected

At the beginning of the week I was at the ALT-C conference with Roy Williams, running a workshop on Emergent Learning. Attending the conference has meant that emergent learning, which we have been researching for a few years now, has, this week, been right at the front of my mind.

Forbidden to learn (socially)

Joitske Hulsebosch

In both cases, it is as if you prohibit people to learn. In social learning, it is important that you can look into the kitchen, you chat and learn in conversation with other professionals. Do you know of more situations in which it is actually forbidden to learn?

2015 169

Let's improve our learning language as learning professionals

Joitske Hulsebosch

If the Sami eskimos have 180 words for snow - how come we as learning professionals have only one word for learning? OK, we have learning and development (L&D) so we have two words. I think we are way too sloppy in talking about learning.

2015 223

Learning highlights: November 2018

Mathemagenic

November was an internally busy month for myself, but oure kids are still learning. Learning to balance personal interests, group scheduling and external expectations. Making clay pots and learning about the life at medieval farm Erve Eme. Learning about the ingredients for natural cosmetics: bees and wax, alchogol fermentation and purification. The post Learning highlights: November 2018 appeared first on Mathemagenic.

2018 89

Access to E-Learning 3.0 and the Distributed Web

Jenny Connected

Feature Article E-Learning 3.0, It has occurred to me that the move to E-Learning 3.0 e-learning 3.0 Stephen Downes has once again written an excellent summary for the work we did last week on open educational resources. He has tweeted: Downes @Downes.

2018 148

New metaphors for learning

Jenny Connected

Once you start thinking in terms of metaphors for learning, you find them everywhere. At the beginning of this year Mariana Funes, Frances Bell and I had a paper published about the use of the rhizome as a metaphor for learning.

2016 130

Emergent Learning from thinking about Emergent Learning

Jenny Connected

On Tuesday of this week we ran our second webinar on Emergent Learning and Drawing Footprints of Emergence for the SCoPE community and any one else who wanted to attend. Learning is a complex business. Tagged: emergent learning , footprints of emergence , potcert , SCoPE , webinar.

FSLT13 – What is learning?

Jenny Connected

Whilst this is an orientation week, no time has been wasted in getting down to the nitty gritty, with George Roberts asking the question in the Week 0 Moodle Forum – ‘What is learning?’ It is very straight forward and emphasises the process of learning and teaching.

2013 210

Evaluation of Open Learning Scenarios

Jenny Connected

The title of the conference for those who do not speak German is Evaluation of Open Learning Scenarios. Last year the conference topic was very popular – Learning with Videos and Games; 150 delegates attended. Key words: probes, Footprints, emergent learning, tacit knowledge, MOOCs.

2014 208

Emergent learning in open environments

Jenny Connected

This is the third in a series of posts we are making in preparation for the e-learning conference in Graz, Austria , at which we are speaking on September 17 th. Previous posts relating to this presentation are: Evaluation of Open Learning Scenarios.

2014 182

E-Learning 3.0: The Human versus the Machine

Jenny Connected

This post is a response to a challenge set, as a result of Task 2, by Frank Polster , a fellow course participant on Stephen Downes’ MOOC, E-Learning 3.0. Here is my challenge to all the E-Learning 3.0 I have given this post the Title, E-Learning 3.0: e-learning 3.0

2018 148

Learning facilitation

Viv Mcwaters

Here I am in Madang in Papua New Guinea, preparing to deliver a five-day facilitation skills training to local Papua New Guineans who will take what they learn back into their communities. In general, people want to learn processes, how to deal with difficult people, and how to know what process to use. You can’t learn to drive without using a car, so you can’t learn to facilitate without using processes. It’s easy to learn a new process.

Rhizomatic Learning Research

Jenny Connected

There is just under a week left before we close our survey in which we are gathering perspectives on Rhizomatic Learning. We are interested to learn more about what people understand by rhizomatic learning. Research Rhizo14 #rhizo14 rhizomatic learning

2014 200

My social learning experiences

Joitske Hulsebosch

I choose the topic: my example of social learning. I notice that there is a lot of confusion about social learning: is social learning about learning through social media? is social learning any process in which more than two people are involved?

2016 141

Pedagogy, practice and learning theory

Jenny Connected

When I was a teacher trainer, we used to debate whether trainee teachers should be introduced to learning theory before or after they went into the classroom to teach. Donald Clark wrote a series of 51 blog posts, each about a different learning theorist.

2013 267

You can stimulate curiosity for self directed learning

Joitske Hulsebosch

The innovative thing is that the focus is on exchange and learning from each other and not on learning new knowledge, more "how do you do that in your class and what can I do better?" For this type of online learning you need a certain level of capacity for self direction.

2018 169

Learning is everywhere

Mathemagenic

Just a little shopping trip and a bit of a fresh air, but when I look back I see many learning moments that were packed in there. Learning to recognise and accept own fears and building self-confidence dealing with a big dog who was very interested to see the kids.

2015 237

My experiences of the E-Learning 3.0 MOOC to date

Jenny Connected

The task for this week in the E-Learning 3.0 The glimpses into what the future might hold in relation to learning are fascinating, and there are many associated philosophical questions about the nature of teaching and learning, and why we are interacting on the distributed web at all, which have kept me engaged. One or two have been a bit too technical for me, but I have learned something from them all. e-learning 3.0 First a bit of background.

2018 127

Gardening in open learning environments

Jenny Connected

I spent most of yesterday in my garden, thinking about plants and how what I was doing in my garden might relate to my understanding of teaching and learning in open learning environments. There’s a lot to learn from this beautiful garden.

2015 195

Learning is an adventure

Viv Mcwaters

I’ve always believed in the importance of helping others learn to do what I do with facilitation, and more, rather than build a dependence. By attempting to make people’s learning more detailed and explicit, we may be getting in people’s way.

2015 158