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Recommandé : 4 weeks, 12 hours per week....
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Sous-titres : Anglais

Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

Semaine
1
Heures pour terminer
5 heures pour terminer

Module 1: Course Orientation + Ubiquitous Learning

We begin this module with an introduction to the idea of an "e-learning ecology" and the notion of "affordance." We use this idea to map the range of innovative activities that we may be able to use in e-learning environments – not that we necessarily do. Many e-learning environments simply reproduce the worst of old, didactic pedagogies. We then go on to explore the notion of "ubiquitous learning," the first of seven "affordances" in computer-mediated educational applications and environments that we examine in this course....
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 75 min), 8 lectures, 2 quiz
Video9 vidéos
From Didactic Pedagogy to New Learning14 min
What's the Use of Technology in Learning? Introducing Seven e-Affordances4 min
Can Education Lead Technology? The PLATO Story11 min
New Technologies, New Social Relationships and Learning13 min
Society or School: What Determines Educational Outcomes?9 min
Ubiquitous Learning, Part 1A: Learning in Space and Time9 min
Ubiquitous Learning, Part 1B: Personal and Interpersonal Computing6 min
Ubiquitous Learning, Part 1C: Transparency or Surveillance?4 min
Reading8 lectures
Syllabus10 min
Task Overview: How to Pass This Course10 min
About the Discussion Forums10 min
Take this Course as a Stepping Stone for a University of Illinois Certificate, Masters, or Doctorate - Fully Online!10 min
Updating Your Profile10 min
Social Media10 min
Learning and New Media (Readings)10 min
Spatio-Temporal Dimensions of Learning10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Orientation Quiz12 min
Semaine
2
Heures pour terminer
5 heures pour terminer

Module 2: Active Knowledge Making + Multimodal Meaning

This module examines two more e-learning affordances: "active knowledge making," or the right and responsibility of learners to take a degree of control over their own knowledge making; and "multimodal meaning-making," or the tools learners now have at hand to support their thinking and to represent the knowledge they have gained – including, for instance, text, image, diagram, animation, simulation, dataset, video, audio, or embedded web media....
Reading
6 vidéos (Total 44 min), 2 lectures, 2 quiz
Video6 vidéos
Active Knowledge Making, Part 2B: Hierarchical or Horizontal Knowledge Relations5 min
Active Knowledge Making, Part 2C: Memory Work in Learning5 min
Active Knowledge Making, Part 2D: Changing the Balance of Agency9 min
Multimodal Meaning, Part 3A: What’s New About Digital Technologies?10 min
Multimodal Meaning, Part 3B: Multiliteracies and Synesthesia5 min
Reading2 lectures
Epistemic Dimensions of Learning10 min
Discursive Dimensions of Learning10 min
Semaine
3
Heures pour terminer
6 heures pour terminer

Module 3: Recursive Feedback + Collaborative Intelligence

Two further e-learning affordances are explored in this module: "recursive feedback," or the rapid and repeatable cycles of feedback or formative assessment now available, including machine feedback and machine-mediated human feedback; and the "collaborative intelligence" fostered by the very social nature of Web 2.0 and contemporary e-learning environments....
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 68 min), 2 lectures, 2 quiz
Video9 vidéos
Recursive Feedback, Part 4B: Summative Assessment vs. Formative Assessment10 min
Recursive Feedback, Part 4C: Crowdsourcing Prospective or Constitutive Assessment10 min
Recursive Feedback, Part 4D: Socratic Dialogue Finds a Home in the 21st Century8 min
Recursive Feedback, Part 4E: What Are We Assessing Now?5 min
Collaborative Intelligence, Part 5A: Social Learning8 min
Collaborative Intelligence, Part 5B: Collaborative Learning Dynamics5 min
Collaborative Intelligence, Part 5C: Extrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation6 min
Collaborative Intelligence, Part 5D: Success and Failure in Performance Based Assessments6 min
Reading2 lectures
Evaluative Dimensions of Learning10 min
Social Dimensions of Learning10 min
Semaine
4
Heures pour terminer
11 heures pour terminer

Module 4: Metacogniton + Differentiated Learning

We come now to the last two of our seven e-learning affordances: "metacognition," or the process of thinking about thinking – a second order, more abstract, theoretical, and generalizable way of thinking; and "differentiated learning," addressing learners' different needs and interests. Together, these seven affordances become a tool with which to evaluate the scope of an e-learning technology and its application....
Reading
4 vidéos (Total 40 min), 2 lectures, 5 quiz
Video4 vidéos
Metacognition, Part 6B: Metacognition in e-Learning Ecologies11 min
Differentiated Learning, Part 7A: Learner Differences in Old Classrooms and New11 min
Differentiated Learning, Part 7B: Personalized Learning7 min
Reading2 lectures
Cognitive Dimensions of Learning10 min
Comparative Dimensions of Learning10 min

Enseignants

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Dr William Cope

Professor
Department of Education Policy, Organization & Leadership, College of Education
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Dr Mary Kalantzis

Professor
College of Education

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