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Best Practices in Digital Learning, Anytime & Real Time

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How can digital learning be implemented in ways that deepen engagement and accelerate learning? The coronavirus crisis has created an opportunity to deepen digital literacy and learning competencies for teachers and students alike. In this session, we'll model and reflect upon three best practices of digital learning that go far beyond the Zoom or Google Classroom. Learn more about how trust and respect develop in online communities and discover the power of create-to-learn pedagogies that deepen engagement and accelerate learning. Learn strategies that help you to incorporate "anytime" and "real time" learning for students, teachers, and staff. Even when the coronavirus crisis is over, the best practices of digital learning are relevant to what happens in the classroom as we cultivate habits of mind that advance lifelong learning.

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Best Practices in Digital Learning, Anytime & Real Time

  1. 1. Best Practices in Digital Learning, Anytime & Real Time Renee Hobbs University of Rhode Island USA Email: hobbs@uri.edu Twitter: @reneehobbs Web: www.mediaeducationlab.com
  2. 2. How can digital learning be implemented in ways that deepen engagement and accelerate learning?
  3. 3. THE 9TH ANNUAL www.digilit.education
  4. 4. We Support Our Learning Community 60 sessions 5 months
  5. 5. What Scared Teachers Most about the Crisis? Being Misunderstood I am becoming increasingly aware of the impact that digital media can have and how it can be interpreted by others. Digital Tools The tools! I feel like I'm NEVER going to catch up with the rapi d pace of new tools to wade through and choose from, and fe el that as soon as I master one, it changes. This overwhelms me to the point that I sometimes just opt out from even trying. Being Good Enough I think there is a vulnerability required to put one’s content out for the world to see, and while it intrigues me, it also terrifies me. What if I'm not smart enough, good enough or relevant enough?!
  6. 6. What Excited Teachers Most about the Opportunity? Being a Co-Learner In learning to teach remotely, I am going to have to rely on my students as we figure things out together . Digital Tools Before the pandemic, I didn’t feel a sense of urgency to learn how to use digital tools. But now it’s obvious that they’re important --and students will need to learn how to learn throughout their lives. Focus on What Matters I just think the pandemic has helped everyone take a step back and ask, “What really matters when it comes to teaching & learning?”
  7. 7. THE PANDEMIC IS BOTH A CRISIS AND AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EDUCATION
  8. 8. How can the pandemic crisis create an opportunity for your school community? TIME TO DISCUSS
  9. 9. RELATIONSHIPS MATTER GUIDED & OPEN INQUIRY CREATE TO LEARN
  10. 10. REAL TIMEANYTIME Learning together at the same time Learning together at different times
  11. 11. RELATIONSHIPS MATTER
  12. 12. Reducing anxiety about self-representation online Sharing feelings and building trust Developing productive social norms RELATIONSHIPS MATTER
  13. 13. RELATIONSHIPS MATTER
  14. 14. GUIDED & OPEN INQUIRY
  15. 15. GUIDED & OPEN INQUIRY Reading & Writing Analysis & Discussion Activities
  16. 16. Adapting Media Literacy Instructional Practices to the Online ClassroomGUIDED & OPEN INQUIRY Reading & Writing Analysis & Discussion Activities
  17. 17. MEDIA LITERACY ANALYZE ACCESS ACT REFLECT CREATE Inquiry Reading Search Curation Credibility Analysis Creativity Multimodal Writing Digital Skills Dialogue Collaboration Emotional Response Ethical Reasoning Knowledge of Cultural, Political, Economic & Social Context Citizenship Activism
  18. 18. GUIDED & OPEN INQUIRY
  19. 19. CREATE TO LEARN
  20. 20. Telling Historical Stories on TikTok The Odyssey First Contact Gilded Age Politics
  21. 21. CREATE TO LEARN PEDAGOGIES
  22. 22. How can digital learning be implemented in ways that deepen engagement and accelerate learning?
  23. 23. RELATIONSHIPS MATTER GUIDED & OPEN INQUIRY CREATE TO LEARN
  24. 24. REAL TIMEANYTIME Learning together at the same time Learning together at different times
  25. 25. Renee Hobbs Professor of Communication Studies Director, Media Education Lab Harrington School of Communication & Media University of Rhode Island USA Email: hobbs@uri.edu Twitter: @reneehobbs LEARN MORE www.mediaeducationlab.com

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