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Course design (slideset from feb-march)

Presentation of your designs

Last preparations & fill project information ~ 1h

Do last edits before presentations

Fill details conerning on your project: (scientific deliverable, newspaper part, technology demonstrator)

Links is here: Projects

Prepare to be opponent (smile)  ~1h

  • Because we have only three (3) groups, you all are supposed to be opponents to others (smile)
  • Read carefully what other groups have done (individually)
  • Discuss in groups about other groups's contributions: 
    • What would you like to thank other groups for`?
    • What would you like to be developed further?
    • What was your the overall impression?

Presentation + discussion: (30min per /presentation+demo + 10min of discussion)

  • Each group will present / demonstrate their design
  • Two other groups will be opponents (smile)

Assesment (grade yourself and your peers (smile))

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/10UOT4dIt2vq9n6bBc53sTbb_9mD8wdoR50X3jBTzGGY/viewform

Final deadline for your deliverables 10.5

Final deadline for final versions of your final deliverables (for assesment) is 10.5

 

 

Hi!

In order to put pieces together, I did decide that we create shared online newspaper (smile)

What?

Each group will create 2-3 pages of content to newspaper. Create "magazine" style description of your project. 

  • Design challenge with theoretical references
  • Design solution + TPACK (socio-technical design)

How

Publishing platform what we will use is Lucidpress. Lucidpres is easy-to-use online publishing platform which can be used for semi-professional purposes.
https://www.lucidpress.com

Possible content:

  • Text (extensive font collection)
  • Hyperlinks (external and internal) ie. you can link e.g. www content
  • Embedded video (Youtube and Vimeo)
  • Image galleries or indiv. images
  • etc.

Let's collaborate:

Use this link:

https://www.lucidpress.com/invitations/accept/12003a65-3aee-4a6c-bb46-916e01c9bedf

Your task is to add at least 2-3 pages to our shared newspaper

Status update

as title says (smile)

TPACK as design deliverable

PART A: TPACK

Content knowledge: What is your knowledge surrounding the subject matter?

  • What is the content and how does it look for your level of learner?
  • What concepts are within and relate to what you are teaching/designing?
  • What ideas and theories are tied to what you are "teaching"?

Section: content description and example

Pedagogical knowledge: How will your students come to understand the content?

  • How do your students learn best?
  • What are your learner needs?
  • What pedagogical strategy/script(design) is the best fit?
  • What ideas and theories are tied to what you are designing

Section: pedagogical design (script) w description

Technological knowledge: What tool(s) will you  select to support your learning?

  • What resources do you have access to?
  • Does the technology support your pedagogical strategy? How does it support?
  • What affordances does tool(s) provide?

Section: Socio-technical design script w description

PART B: Elaborated design challenge, context for TPACk design

 

Image from EDtS514 Wikidpaces. http://edt514tpack.wikispaces.com/Context+Influence+on+TPACK

 

 

PART A: Grouping and finetuning the cases

1. Grouping

2. Exploration of the chosen design challenges

2.1 Read case descriptions carefully & discuss & identify topics

Read documentation carefully that you got. Have a discussion in your group and Identify the areas or topics that you would like to talk to experts (owner of the idea) about.

Experts (idea authors) have already done research relevant to your design project. Experts can help you to learn about the  context of a particular country, understand the digital divides, societal issues etc. that might affect design and implementation of solutions, or provide you with other information.

Try to speak with people who have different opinions on the topics to challenge. In practise, start with design challenge group and interview also other country group / teachers to get their opinions also.

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Return to these experts (design challenge creators) during the latter phases of the design project.

3. Get new knowledge about the design challenge and it's context

Now design challenge is a starting point to your group's design work. It's your task to dig deeper, to get more knowledge about digital divides, societal issues and other contextual variables in order to get optimal conditions to your instructional design and technological demonstrations. The challenge and contextual description is only starting point for your work. 

You can also fine-tune design challenge itself, but you have to keep the original idea what should be designed. 

4. Brainstorm in your group to get first ideas of instructional design / tools 

What might be the instructional design which would solve the challenge you got? What kind of technological tools would support your instructional designs? Don't worry, these aspects will be covered in the latter workshops, but now it's good time to create roadmap / first steps..

PART B: Demonstrators

USB stick

1.Tails (demo)

Tails is a live operating system, that you can start on almost any computer from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to:

  • use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship;
    all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network;
  • leave no trace on the computer you are using unless you ask it explicitly;
  • use state-of-the-art cryptographic tools to encrypt your files, emails and instant messaging.

2. Web server on USB stick (demo)

XAMPP ( XAMPP - Apache, mySQL, PHP, phpMyAdmin, etc in one package).
You can e.g. install Mediawiki (technology behind Wikipedia to usb stick)


3. Portable Apps

http://portableapps.com/apps

e.g. Mozilla Firefox

Affordable hardware

Raspberry Pi computer (demo)

Server solutions

Minecraft Servers (running)

Dear Minecrafters:

Ok, server(s) are running:

Server #1: tutorial world:
130.231.121.126 (campus area access through eduroam or lan)

Server # design space for wild ideas:
ritchie.org.aalto.fi or 130.233.248.36 (teachers' password: lapsityövoimaa)

You will need to install mcEdu lauhcer (special version of MC). Howver, computers in class 206-7 have Minecraft Edu installed

Bitnami - Short trials with any kind of platforms and tools (running)

Bitnami is a library of popular server applications and development environments that can be installed with one click, either in your laptop, in a virtual machine or hosted in the cloud. We take care of compiling and configuring the applications and all of their dependencies (third-party libraries, language runtimes, databases) so they work out-of-the-box. The resulting packaged software (a 'stack') is then made available as native installers, virtual machines and cloud images. These Bitnami application packages provide a consistent, secure and optimized end-user experience when deploying any app, on any platform.

https://bitnami.com/learn_more

Cloud services for learning purposes

Google Apps for Education

Microsoft O365

Eliademy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Dear all,

 

as we are now all aware of the results of the voting, you may pick the design challenge (out of the 4 highlighted ones) you wish to work in the next phase.

Choose based on your interest, but consider also group-related issues and make sure that you and other group members have a shared understanding on goals.

Maximum amount of people is 3/per group. The person who "owns" the idea can either stay or leave the group. If there are more than 3 interested/group, I and Jari will decide (wink)

 

Please also notice, that we will all together discuss and re-evaluate the topics, so the focus may change slightly. Our next meeting is next week Tuesday at 12.30, when we will continue with the work.

 

If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to ask us (smile)

Before we can vote, I need some information to be added into form (smile)

Your nameTitle of your challengewww-adressAdditional spaceVoting formVote avg
pavi"fill the gap"https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1KggV0urzsSqSJSyngEq_s1-sdDqz_N9UCgTLkhPePCM/edit?usp=sharing

Digital Divide https://www.thinglink.com/scene/631210657760411649

Exam: https://www.thinglink.com/scene/631218539927175169

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cIBxnj2legURJEA8BhuvxHa57K9ji4U6HQauAfwCaq0/viewform?edit_requested=true3,3
HuongDigital devide & information control in Vietnamhttps://www.powtoon.com/show/eu4aYdL4kmE/digital-divide-in-vietnam/#/https://opennet.net/studies/vietnamhttps://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/1RWozwk_zeErgxkQoh_HZ_cpHgROcj2AFp4Chix_Vzj4/edit#4,1
GregorDigital Devide in Educational Institutions of Austria

FB Video

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=963470700330998&set=o.1416727558621707&type=2&theater

 

 

 https://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/1njxH5tH2hyL2PnJ4bQhvRwgYQG6EyLpL6DFFaiXybrI/edit#4,3
DanielDigital divide: teachers as affordanceshttps://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1pdjko22NubKCx-r0rPr4LZmNwPGmkKCrPfIkzbHmxXk/edit#slide=id.pDigital divide in Colombia.pptxhttps://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/1RnS3UXmM3gWC82rIe5pUw1pSFsZ0F8HhGoKde42Fgh4/edit#3,1
ArchieDigital divide: The Ghanaian contexthttps://prezi.com/qr50-jmt10yj/digital-divide-the-context-of-ghana/ https://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/1qOE8SO87hkAefE3RQCwgxLGNvqg5Md255Ex3H-eQTBU/edit#3,2

Ruicen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day-to day Information Literacy education in China

http://prezi.com/anfqhqxgu48o/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

 https://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/1jJ34fivoYY3wZ9I2GVO4WYagUsy-t13vkNlYk_gAALQ/edit#3,2
DylanTech Knowledge Divide in Finland and the University of Ouluhttp://youtu.be/j2UVFlliBwk https://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/1T9ksZAki8HxQo6L6D0oGu21NBUQKHO_1eEw7lXkLZwI/edit#3,9
NickDigital Divide in Nigeria: Money the Root of All Evilhttp://www.thinglink.com/scene/631638069941895169 https://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/1q59GodimVlffbzzEowPMGliSRnyxmSmnXHZbpEEbAfA/edit#3,2
JoniDigital divide in Mexicohttps://www.thinglink.com/channel/631518566948012034 https://docs.google.com/a/gafe.oulu.fi/forms/d/14PtZezxsl-uBuzu_g8PJYtgTvhPdgwGRge1D3kfxeu8/edit#2,5
      

1. Presentation of the challenges  + Discussion per challenge

You will present their design challenges to whole class

  • Short overview

Some topics for discussion

  • What is the context: country, educational setting? Why did you choose THAT context?
  • What kind of societal / educational / technological isssues emerged?
  • Do you think that presented problems are representative example of issues in the context?

2. Voting

Go to this presentation: Add your design challenge product / title / etc here (for voting form)

3. Grouping

4. Exploration of the chosen design challenges

2.1 Read case descriptions carefully & discuss & identify topics

Read documentation carefully that you got. Have a discussion in your group and Identify the areas or topics that you would like to talk to experts (owner of the idea) about.

Experts (idea authors) have already done research relevant to your design project. Experts can help you to learn about the  context of a particular country, understand the digital divides, societal issues etc. that might affect design and implementation of solutions, or provide you with other information.

Try to speak with people who have different opinions on the topics to challenge. In practise, start with design challenge group and interview also other country group / teachers to get their opinions also.

Icon

Return to these experts (design challenge creators) during the latter phases of the design project.

5. Get new knowledge about the design challenge and it's context

Now design challenge is a starting point to your group's design work. It's your task to dig deeper, to get more knowledge about digital divides, societal issues and other contextual variables in order to get optimal conditions to your instructional design and technological demonstrations. The challenge and contextual description is only starting point for your work. 

You can also fine-tune design challenge itself, but you have to keep the original idea what should be designed. 

6. Brainstorm in your group to get first ideas of instructional design / tools 

What might be the instructional design which would solve the challenge you got? What kind of technological tools would support your instructional designs? Don't worry, these aspects will be covered in the latter workshops, but now it's good time to create roadmap / first steps..

Read more about task:

PART A: Set design challenge

Course description (slideset)

 

Welcome to TEL2 Course

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