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Roz Hussin
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i12LOL - I want to Learn On Line!
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RE:"Every faculty member who has taught in a distance learning program has actually been a part of a disguised initiative for faculty development."

Thanks to my colleague Michael for sharing.

Pinging +George Station, +Laura Gibbs, +Meg Tufano and others in my PLN. Would love to hear your opinion... and feel free to re-share.

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M4P - MOBILE METHODOLOGY FOR MODELING MOBILE PEDAGOGY

OLC ACCELERATE Conference
The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Orlando, FL
November 16-18, 2016 #OLCAccelerate

#OLCAccelerate
#M4P
#OOPS_ed

Author: Roz Hussin
Instructional Design Technology Specialist
University of Nebraska Lincoln

Coauthor: Zoe Falls
Graduate Student - Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
University of Nebraska, Lincoln

ABSTRACT: This presentation focuses on the effects of an experimental tiered-model approach to teacher education implemented by an educational technology instructor in partnership with an instructional designer. Learning goals include: triggering motivation, coaching self-help skills for implementing mobile learning, collaborating to nurture Heutagogy learning culture, and modeling instructional techniques.

Link to video of presentation:
https://youtu.be/SUiZssCAFYs

Link to video of discussion:
https://youtu.be/fMXP-Yi3aaM

Link to slides + info:
http://go.UNL.edu/OLC2016RozHussin

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M4P - MOBILE METHODOLOGY FOR MODELING MOBILE PEDAGOGY

OLC ACCELERATE Conference
The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Orlando, FL
November 16-18, 2016 #OLCAccelerate

#OLCAccelerate
#M4P
#OOPS_ed

Author: Roz Hussin
Instructional Design Technology Specialist
University of Nebraska Lincoln

Coauthor: Zoe Falls
Graduate Student - Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
University of Nebraska, Lincoln

ABSTRACT: This presentation focuses on the effects of an experimental tiered-model approach to teacher education implemented by an educational technology instructor in partnership with an instructional designer. Learning goals include: triggering motivation, coaching self-help skills for implementing mobile learning, collaborating to nurture Heutagogy learning culture, and modeling instructional techniques.

Link to video of presentation:
https://youtu.be/SUiZssCAFYs

Link to video of discussion:
https://youtu.be/fMXP-Yi3aaM

Link to slides + info:
http://go.UNL.edu/OLC2016RozHussin

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Is this surprising?
Or not?
Any thoughts?

Key quotation (or excuse?):
“It’s still very early days and universities are still experimenting with how blended learning works,” he said. “They may just not have got blended learning right yet or students may not feel properly supported.”

Pinging...
+George Station +Laura Gibbs +Ian O'Byrne +Mathieu Plourde +Stefan P. Schmid +Meg Tufano +Eileen O'Duffy +Vanessa Vaile +Donna Murdoch +Debbie Morrison
(who did I leave out? sorry... it's been so long since I've posted... but I just had to share this one... It struck me as ironic, since everyone is lauding blended right now)

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OMG!
This is new... and irritating!

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Thanks +Doug Belshaw for sharing.
I like the 3D's:
*D*isruptive
*D*esirable
*D*emocratic

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Workshop with +tanya joosten at UNL
Round table discussion with instructional designers

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Thanks +Stefan P. Schmid for steering me to this article. Re-sharing so that I can find it again.

Excerpts from article:

"Creative-minded people seemed to find an unusual synthesis between healthy and “pathological” behaviors."

"one word what makes their personalities different from others, it’s complexity"

"construct meaning from our experiences, remember the past, think about the future, imagine other people’s perspectives and alternative scenarios, understand stories, and reflect on mental and emotional states—both our own and those of others"

"able to juggle seemingly contradictory modes of thought—cognitive and emotional, deliberate and spontaneous. This allows them to draw on a wide range of strengths, characteristics and thinking styles in their work."

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Thanks +Stefan P. Schmid for sharing this.
If the stats used to generate these maps is accurate, it certainly gives us food for thought!
Re-sharing so that I can find it again...

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thanks +Doug Belshaw for sharing.
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