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Transforming learning by understanding how students use social media as a different space

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This workshop explores what principles are most useful to promote academic development and curriculum design resulting in the effective use of social media for learning #socmedhe15

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Transforming learning by understanding how students use social media as a different space

  1. 1. Transforming learning by understanding how students use social media as a different space Andrew Middleton Head ofAcademic Practice & Learning Innovation LEAD, Sheffield Hallam University @andrewmid #SocMedHE15 “Finding Our Social Identity” 18th December 2015, Sheffield Hallam University
  2. 2. We are experiencing “…a paradigm shift that requires a comprehensive rethink and reconceptualisation of higher education in a rapidly changing socio-technological context where the definition of education straddles formal and informal as well as individual and social dimensions of learning” Megele, 2015 Social media for learning
  3. 3. Formal Disrupting the formal From Provided to Self-constructed From Isolated to Connected learning From Directed to Self-determined From Instruction to Co-construction From Impersonal to Social From Abstract to Authentic From Taught to Learnt Social media behaviours that are transforming universities Non-Formal
  4. 4. Social media transforming universities Heterotopia - displacement Hybridity – mutation or remixing different spaces Liminal – not dominant Non-formal – more than informal Third Space – neither formal nor home, somewhere in-between Bridging spaces Social media transforming habits
  5. 5. Middleton (2015) 'Introducing Smart Learning' In: A. Middleton (ed). Smart learning: teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post compulsory education. MELSIG and Sheffield Hallam University RICH DIGITAL MEDIA USER GENERATED MEDIA BYOD MOBILE LEARNING OPENNESS SOLE Transformational SOCIAL MEDIA FOR LEARNING
  6. 6. RICH DIGITAL MEDIA USER GENERATED MEDIA BYOD MOBILE LEARNING OPENNESS SOCIAL MEDIA FOR LEARNING New Learning disrupts Models of Formal of Delivery disrupts One-to-Many model disrupts Dependency on Text disrupts Provided Content model disrupts Provided “Classroom" model disrupts Provided Technology model New Space + ++ + + +
  7. 7. Why don't 'they' understand?!! Why don't 'they' change? Principle-based design provides our academics with the room they need to develop good pedagogy that works for them and their students (Nicol, 2015)  Social media  Digital media  MOOCs  Personal Learning Networks  Open Educational Practice Principles for change Nicol, D. (2015). Principles as discourse: A Blueprint for transformational change in assessment. Assessment Exchange, Sheffield Hallam University, 15 September 2015 [online] Available at: https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/ltconference/assessment-exchange-media-resources/#keynote
  8. 8. Task setting  Each group will create a set of 7 Social Media for Learning Principles  Your aim is to create a set of key ideas that can be used to frame a conversation with any academic about incorporating social media for learning into their practice.  We will share all slide sets via the conference website.  You will do this by touring the room individually (not in groups)  Using your phone, tablet or paper you will each photograph or note 5 statements that you think are very useful. 10 minutes
  9. 9. Haggle  Return to your table and show other group members what you have gathered.  Establish a set of 7 principle statements in your own words or by directly quoting the principles you have gathered. Note any,  Swaps  Similar cards - choose the best or create a third new one  Don't bring the others in at this point  Look at what you've got and agree what you haven't got that is important  Now fill the remaining gaps until you have something that works as a coherent set of 7 Social Media for Learning principles  The sets should be rounded. Each of your principles should offer something new to your set.  Finally, for every one of your seven principles add an example for how the principle could be realised in teaching and learning. 20 minutes
  10. 10. Compile  In your Google Slides:  Credit yourselves on the opening slide.  Add one principle to each of the seven slides.  For each principle, add at least one example 10 minutes
  11. 11. Present  We will present as many sets as we can manage in the last 10 minutes 10 minutes
  12. 12. Smart Learning See Smart Learning Scenarios Please speak to me about your smart learning scenarios

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