Engaging Learners in the 21st Century

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Engaging Learners in the 21st Century presented at the Fifth TCU International e-Learning Conference 2014 on August 5 2014 at the Hotel Windsor Suites and Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand

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<p>IEC Conference</p> <p>Engaging Learners in the 21st CenturyZoraini Wati Abas, EdDCenter for Learning, Teaching and Curriculum DevelopmentUSBI The Sampoerna UniversityJakarta, Indonesia</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand1+40mins</p> <p>1Main Points21st Century Learning and TeachingEngaging Learners (Learner Engagement)</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand2</p> <p>+ 21st Century Learning and Teaching Part 15-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand3+</p> <p>18902010120 years apart 5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand4</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand5</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand6</p> <p>http://zulama.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/4-Cs1.jpgHow were we taught before?</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand7+How do we teach today?</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand8+Learning &amp;TeachingTeacher-Centered LearningLecturer on the stageStudents take notes/given notesEvery student given the same learning experienceEvery student goes through the same learning activities</p> <p>Student-Centered LearningExperiential LearningCollaborative LearningSocial MediaFlipped LearningBlended LearningPersonalized LearningOnline Learning5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand9BEFORENOW (BYOD)+Evolution in Educational Technology5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand10</p> <p>+10Teacher-Centred5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand11</p> <p>Adapted from:Morrison(2003). E-Learning strategies: How to get implementation and delivery right the first time. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley+11Learner-Centered5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand12</p> <p>Adapted from:Morrison(2003). E-Learning strategies: How to get implementation and delivery right the first time. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley</p> <p>+125-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand13</p> <p>http://www.coetail.com/vzimmer/files/2013/02/iPadagogy-Wheel.001.jpg30 Trends in Ed Tech for 2015http://www.teachthought.com/trends/30-trends-education-technology-2015/5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand14</p> <p>+Learner EngagementPart 25-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand15+5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand16</p> <p>Learner Engagement</p> <p>How do we know whether students are engaged in their course?5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand17+ Learner Engagement</p> <p>Why is it important?</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand18+ 5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand19Learner EngagementLiterature Review5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand20+Learner EngagementProviding a learning-centered approach (Hunt &amp; Chalmers, 2012)The facilitator needs to provide effective facilitation of learning through new or innovative ways.Social constructivist approach works best collaboration between learners in a learning environment. Use of Web 2.0 toolsWhat does it mean?5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand+Learner EngagementBeer, Clark &amp; Jones (2010). Student engagement is linked to undergraduate academic achievement, student attribution, student retention, student motivation and institutional success.Trowler (2010), when learners are engagedthey are shaping and leading their own learning and education.</p> <p>Why is it important?5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand+Learner EngagementKuh (2003). Student engagement holds the magic wand making it possible for students to succeed and develop their potential.Duffy, Korkmas, Dennis, et al (2005), students who are more engaged learn more</p> <p>Why is it important?5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand+LearnerEngagementRuey (2010), when learners feel involved and engaged in the course, they perform well and the desired learning objectives are achieved.Coates (2005), student engagement is directly or indirectly related to improvement in student learning.</p> <p>Why is it important?5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand+5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand25</p> <p>http://www.studentengagementtrust.org/engagementModel/images/set_veen_diagram.pngClassroom Interaction Model of Student EngagementTelling aint teaching</p> <p>265-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, ThailandTeachers should do less. Learners to do more.</p> <p>275-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand</p> <p>Teach less. Learn more</p> <p>285-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand</p> <p>29But what does it take for</p> <p> teachers should do less learners to do more?</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, ThailandLet students speak more in class</p> <p>305-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand</p> <p>315-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand32</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand33</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand34</p> <p>http://hmlt5203.ning.com5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand35</p> <p>http://www.pinterest.com/zorainiSummary and ConclusionPart 35-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand36+5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand37</p> <p>Source: http://tinyurl.com/p4vebd838</p> <p>Source: http://tinyurl.com/ofshz75 5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, ThailandThank you5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand39+Web Presence</p> <p>Slidesharewww.slideshare.net/zorainiFacebook www.facebook.com/zorainiEmail zoraini.abas@gmail.comTwitterzorainiwatiabasPinterestwww.pinterest.com/zoraini</p> <p>5-6 August 2014IEC 2014, Bangkok, Thailand40+40</p>