Documentation:Graduate Certificate Program/Technology Session
This wiki will support a 2 hour session on Technology in Teaching for UBC's CATL.
For participants to make decisions about the use of technology in teaching that align with emerging professional practices within a field of study.
- focus on the why questions related to networked learning and digital technologies.
- have an experience of ‘connected learning”
- relate connectivist ideas to disciplinary practices
- associate disciplinary practices, learning goals, and the application of technology
By the end of the session, you will have:
- Reflected on the principles of connectivism as they relate to your own learning networks.
- Created a shared resource as an example of a connectivist practice
- Propose a learning activity which engages digital tools and networking approaches appropriate to your context.
- Identify a desired learning outcome in the context of your classroom/discipline and design a learning activity using digital, networked practice.
- Siemens, G (2005).Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age: http://www.itdl.org/Journal/Jan_05/article01.htm
- Kop, R. and Hill, A. (2008). Connectivism: Learning theory of the future or vestige of the past?http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/523/1103
Collaborative Activity Guide: Networks and Digital Practices in the Disciplines
Goal: to produce a resource that may be useful to your (GCP) network - with a focus on research questions.
- Graduate Certificate Program/Technology Session/Activity/Group A
- Graduate Certificate Program/Technology Session/Activity/Group B
- Graduate Certificate Program/Technology Session/Activity/Group C
- Graduate Certificate Program/Technology Session/Activity/Networked Digital Practices in the Disciplines
- Lesson Plan for CATL Technology
- Activities for CATL Technology Workshop
- Jesse Stommel's: 12 Steps for Creating a Digital Assignment or Hybrid Class
- Future Work Skills Report from the World Economic Forum
- Horizon Report 2017
Examples in Practice
- Katherine Grafton: ENG470D-003
- Jon Festinger: Video Game Law (LAW423B)
- Open Case Studies
- Judy Chan: FNH 200
- Jon Beasely-Murray: SPAN 312 Murder, Madness, Mayhem
- Reflection/Essay: Teaching With Wikipedia
Non - UBC
- Derek Bruff - Agile Learning:
Technology Support at UBC
- Brown, M (2015). Six Trajectories for Digital Technology in Higher Education. Educause Review.
- Hybrid Pedagogy: a digital journal of learning, teaching and technology
- Tony Bates Teaching in Digital Age (Open Textbook)
- Networked Learning as Experiential Learning (2016) Gardner Campbell - Educause.