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December 5, 2011

Week 13 - Clark Quinn

This week we are delighted to welcome Clark Quinn.

Clark Quinn has worked with new media for learning for about 30 years now in a variety of roles focusing on the design of innovative and yet pragmatic solutions. He has been an academic teaching interaction design while researching learning technology design, and held several senior management positions in the elearning space.

He works through Quinnovation, is the author of Engaging Learning: Designing e-Learning Simulation Games, is a member of the Internet Time Alliance, and speaks and publishes regularly in the usual places. #week13 [Comment]

Slow Learning
Our formal learning approaches too often don’t follow how our brains really work. We have magic now; we can summon up powerful programs to do our bidding, gaze through webcams across distances, and bring anyone and anything to pretty much anywhere. Our limitations are no longer the technology, but our imaginations. The question is, what are we, and should be, doing with this technology? Also posted here. #week13 Clark Quinn, December 5, 2011 [Link] [Comment]

Blog Posts

This is a list of the blog posts mentioning the change11 keyword or tag harvested from the list of blogs submitted by participants.

Twitter Marketing: The Ultimate Guide
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Tags: twitter, guide, WEB2.0by: Константин Бугайчук [Link] Mon, 05 Dec 2011 12:34:57 -0000 [Comment]

Thomas The Tankengine and #pencilchat - is it ok if you don't notice change?
Ashley, I Am One Of Those People!
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by dullhunk So I was sitting there on a Sunday morning as tired as could be.  Miss 2 hasn't quite grasped onto the concept of weekend sleep in's yet.  I was up at 5:30am and feeling pretty tired.  It was around 9:30am and Thomas The Tankengine came onto ABC4Kids.  My two kids love this channel and it is an easy way for them to be entertained and be quiet.  Mr 5 was into Thomas a little bit when he .... [Link] 2011-12-04T16:24:00.000-08:00 [Comment]

Week 12 – Clark Aldrich on learning conviction through SIMS #change11
Clark Aldrich creates educational simulations and serious games (SIMS) for educational projects. More than building confidence, or improving predetermined skills, a lot of the work he does is about trying to teach or instill conviction.  So, what is conviction according to Clark Aldrich? "Conviction is the enduring understanding and drive in the learner to do [...] [Link] Sun, 04 Dec 2011 14:21:25 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 Use of internet – Is it just for fun by young adults? Is it just a waste of time?
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
This post on the use of internet - Pew Report 53 per cent of people under 30 go online to waste time would surely draw your attention. “The Internet is one of the greatest inventions of all time, allowing for a … Continue reading → [Link] Sun, 04 Dec 2011 13:23:47 +0000 [Comment]

Week 5 – David Wiley on Openness #change11
David Wiley didn’t come across as "self righteous" in David Wiley’s Elluminate interview when he explained why he promotes openness. On his website David  he is described as the Chief Openness Officer a title which better captures his advocacy of Open Content. To quote David Wiley’s ( Youtube interview ) his interest lies in, "Access to educational [...] [Link] Sun, 16 Oct 2011 18:20:17 +0000 [Comment]

Week 6 – Tony Bates. Change management strategies for institutional projects #change11
In your talk (here) you touched on Institutional Projects being introduced in some Universities, but not being part of a/the broader strategy and therefore failing. Could you please comment on my following example. One of our local institutions was involved in such a (institutional) project "to produce an online course introducing Open Distance e-learning". The [...] [Link] Sun, 23 Oct 2011 16:22:05 +0000 [Comment]

Week 7 – Rory McGreal. Learning progression in OERu #change11
  "The world of OER may not be as new and as ground breaking as it was 10 years ago but for such a radical idea to survive for 10 years, and to become almost mainstream in the process, is an incredible achievement". From the Guardian article (28/10/2011): "OER in the field: institutions solving problems [...] [Link] Sat, 29 Oct 2011 18:53:27 +0000 [Comment]

Week 6 – Tips by T.Bates #change11
Tony Bates says:  October 23, 2011 at 4:12 pm Hi, Lucky Thanks for a great post – you provide a very interesting example of a successful project failing to scale into institutional change. What was missing? 1. First, commitment from the whole senior management to move the whole institution more strongly into digital learning, which [...] [Link] Mon, 24 Oct 2011 10:02:44 +0000 [Comment]

Week 8 – Nancy White. Technology stewardship and social artistry #change11
Week 8 and Nancy white presented a new take on change. Nancy white's week during #change11: "Change: Education, Learning and Technology" focused on being in change, evolving and using skill to adapt, reflect and learn. Her presentation explored using social media to bridge gaps, form lasting connections that learn and grow around a theme or task. [...] [Link] Fri, 18 Nov 2011 18:30:04 +0000 [Comment]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-12-04
t.stafford, Desperately Seeking Fusion™
RT @elearningposts: Internal communication – past repair? #tmstaffordllc # RT @elearningguild: Find out how and why you should use content strategy within the design process #eLearning .. # RT @elearningposts: Jobs, work and technology #tmstaffordllc # RT @educationweek: Blog: Data Quality Campaign Reports Progress, But More Work to Do #collegebound #tmstaffordllc [...] [Link] Sun, 04 Dec 2011 09:58:00 +0000 [Comment]

#change11. Come rendere l’apprendimento online più attraente
serenaturri, serenaturri's Blog
Il tema della riflessione della XII settimana Strategie avanzate di apprendimento e di progettazione Sims rappresenta per me un’occasione attraente e irrinunciabile per ottenere informazioni su un argomento che fino ad ora ho sempre scansato. Come insegnate però ho potuto apprezzare l’efficacia dei giochi di ruolo intesi come simulazione esperienziale, avendoli proposti in più occasioni [...] [Link] Sun, 04 Dec 2011 09:58:20 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 The Yin and Yang in Life, Education and Learning
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
This week’s topic is slow learning, where Clark Quinn will be the facilitator of the session.  Relating to Slow Learning, here is one created by Nicola. Though I quoted Yin Yang in my posts here and here, I am not delved into … Continue reading → [Link] Sun, 04 Dec 2011 04:54:18 +0000 [Comment]
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Tags: edutecher, resources, tools, WEB2.0by: Константин Бугайчук [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 16:46:50 -0000 [Comment]

#Change11 Future of Gaming
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
Enjoy this What is the educational value of gaming in learning? In this paper of Video games and the Future of Learning, the authors conclude that: “We need to understand how game players develop effective social practices and skills in navigating complex … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 13:52:29 +0000 [Comment]

Designing Sim(ulation)s
AK, Multilitteratus Incognitus
Life and Death ScreenshotThis week is gaming and simulation week (if you haven't guessed from the posts that I've been posting and responding to) on Change11 with guest Clark Aldrich. As usual, I've skipped the live session since there is more than enough content on the blogs and what's been provided by the guest facilitators. The reading matter for this week is a short book by Clark titled Designing Sims the Clark Aldrich way.The book was quite succinct and on the small .... [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 15:40:00 +0000 [Comment]

Reading on Deleuze and rhizomes and education #change11
jaapsoft2, connectiv
Reductionism and education do not fit very well together. Think of a child labeled ADHD, this is a reductionist way of describing a child. Ignoring all kinds of stories that also could be told about this child, and focussing on this one label. Could reductionism overcome this by adding more labels? Galileo’s Grandmother  is  dichotomizing into communities [...] [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 13:21:54 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 Using game and technology in teaching and learning
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
In this video, Sue Cranmer, Principal Researcher at Futurelab and Pedagogy 3.0 Consortium Leader, explores ways for educators to foster a deeper understanding of complex scientific concepts. She discusses game development as a learning strategy, as well as opportunities to bridge … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 06:45:13 +0000 [Comment]

Advanced Learning Strategies and Designing Sims
cbran250, CAB Thoughts
Setup for the Live Presentation: Another web conference was held with Collaborate.  Initially there were no glitches, but before long there were some brief audio problems with echoes while Aldrich spoke.  They seem to be related to multiple microphones open at the same time.  Fortunately, the problems did not last long. Content: Clark Aldrich is [...] [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 03:25:37 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 A discussion on the Pedagogy to support Human Beings Part 1
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
This is a response post to Ken's great questions in this discussion post on Daily Discussion. Why do we need to examine and refine the pedagogy of MOOCs? Why not just leave it be, and not tinker with it? This is … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 02:58:20 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 A discussion on the Pedagogy to support Human Beings Part 2
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
This is Part 2 of the response  to the post on Daily Discussion. How would we determine if a pedagogy is good or bad?  May be this requires further reflection on what may be a good pedagogical approach, from different points of … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 03 Dec 2011 03:11:42 +0000 [Comment]

Simulations - design features take-aways
George, EdTech - Insights
Clark Aldrich's final session on the design of simulations again provided interesting ideas which resonated. An obvious expert in the games and simulations area, Aldrich reeled off statistics, concepts and pitfalls from his area.Again, I found good ideas and terms that I can take away from simulation design which can be applied in school learning.One was the idea of skill cones - as a player progresses through the simulation, skill cones can be used to see how s/he is introduced into a .... [Link] 2011-12-02T12:58:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

If you can’t explain it, it doesn’t work …. #change11
svmoose, Inside Irene Gould's head
That’s the feeling I had a bit when being present (but lurking) at the live presentation on Wednesday. The introduction that Stephen Downes made (of Clark Aldrich)  was not necessary in the least. I mean, we could all read that stuff , right? It would have saved some time too…. I instantly got bored……. Then, [...] [Link] Fri, 02 Dec 2011 21:04:37 +0000 [Comment]

Jane McGonigal's "Why I Love Bees", a case study on Collective Intelligence
asims7, Reflections on my MOOC experience
Erik Duval explored Moore's Law and its consequences for the future of education during his presentation week at #Change11. Moore's Law is a rule that describes a long-term trend in computing history: the number of transistors that can be placed inexpensively on an integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years(x). Current analysts expect this trend to continue until at least 2013, when the rate will slow to doubling every three years. According to Duval, this exponential .... [Link] Mon, 21 Nov 2011 15:11:00 -0500 [Comment]

Erik Duval's Slides from his week 11 Presentation
asims7, Reflections on my MOOC experience
Connected, open and always on... View more presentations from Erik [Link] Fri, 02 Dec 2011 12:25:14 -0500 [Comment]

Children Raised by Wolves are the Only True Self-Taught Learners #change11
Andrew Neuendorf, Junct Blog
In Stumbling On Happiness, Daniel Gilbert says that all psychologists are required, at some point in their careers, to write a sentence that begins with "The human being is the only animal that..." According to Gilbert, the answer is "imagines the future." My personal choice would be "wears socks with sandals," but I haven't done the field research to back that up.A recent Discover Magazine article take a crack at this and comes up with the following answer: Humans are the only animals .... [Link] 2011-12-02T09:32:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Classroom as Shire; MOOC as Middle Earth #change11
Andrew Neuendorf, Andrew Neuendorf
In his final Week 11 post (sorry, I’m navigating the Change MOOC a tad asynchronously) Jon Dron reflects on the challenges of the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) structure: I’m not the first to observe that a big problem with connectivist-influenced MOOCs like this is that they are, well, chaotic and lacking in centre. People [...] [Link] Fri, 02 Dec 2011 16:09:17 +0000 [Comment]

Week 9 – Dave Cormier. Maslow and Rhizomatic learning #change11
If Maslow's self actualizing individual had a name it would probably be "Nomad" as described by Dave Cormier in week 9 of Change 11.  On that premise, are we sticking to assembly line education that produces workers and soldiers but crushes creative and divergent thinking nomads so lower needs are met? In "Rhizomatic learning – [...] [Link] Sat, 26 Nov 2011 16:56:59 +0000 [Comment]

Digital footprints can be scary #change11
There was a thought-provoking post by Jaapsoft "How to evoke more comments on your blog post" and subsequent comments and conversation, on why people do or do not comment (lurk) on the posts they read. So here is a question: Is blogging in the case of this MOOC a learning diary, or is it something [...] [Link] Fri, 25 Nov 2011 11:49:02 +0000 [Comment]

Week 10 – Erik Duval on abundance: more tools, more access and more choices #change11
Abundance of information and choices and its affect on learning as dictated by the "exponential revolution/evolution driven by Moore's law" was the talk given by Erik Duval in week 10.  He talked about how if you knew the hash-tag or blogs connected to his class, then you could access it. An act that was a sheer example [...] [Link] Sun, 27 Nov 2011 16:13:40 +0000 [Comment]

Week 11 – Jon Dron. Fun boy three and the learning trajectory #Change11
"Constraints often encourage people to seek innovative and creative solutions to problems and, as such, may be positive contributors to effective learning."  Jon Dron (2007) Soft technologies and hard technologies and their contribution to learning, may be limited or constrained by choices. Those made available to the learner, the choices the learner makes and the mastery [...] [Link] Mon, 28 Nov 2011 23:46:37 +0000 [Comment]

Change MOOC home page
Jon Dron, Change11
The home site for the change11 [Link] Tue, 08 Nov 2011 10:05:00 +0100 [Comment]

Structure, behaviour and wood
Jon Dron, Change11
Churchill said 'we shape our dwellings and afterwards our dwellings shape our lives', a sentiment echoed by McLuhan whose take on it was 'we shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us'. That's the starting point for the theme for my bit of the Change11 MOOC. Ignoring the elephant in the room for the moment (because that's mostly what we do), there are big questions about the kinds of dwellings and tools should we be using and designing to help us to learn, .... [Link] Mon, 21 Nov 2011 18:35:00 +0100 [Comment]

And so it ends...
Jon Dron, Change11
Well, actually, I'm very happy to continue the conversation and develop this group space if anyone is interested. However, we are reaching the end of my week at the Change11 MOOC so this is probably the last post in this space for a while, back to my usual blog for the next one. We had a lively and, I think, fruitful and interesting discussion today to wrap up my week at #change11. Stephen Downes has made the audio available at I suppose I should provide some .... [Link] Sat, 26 Nov 2011 06:05:00 +0100 [Comment]

Any color you like, as long as it is Blackboard
Jon Dron, Change11
I mentioned this during my talk for #Change11 today. It includes a survey I did of courses at the University of Brighton in 2005/6 where virtually all followed the default of providing announcements as the point of entry to the course, despite the fact that far from all would have chosen that had they known about the alternatives. A fairly good example of what happens when we harden pedagogies and processes in our [Link] Wed, 23 Nov 2011 20:38:00 +0100 [Comment]

More woody stuff - how a focus on a tool can blind us to the technology it is a part of
Jon Dron, Change11
The blog post for day 2 of my week at the Change11 MOOC... Yesterday I made a quick and dirty four-minute  video in which I explore the ways that a stick can become a technology because of how it can be combined with soft processes and used as part of an orchestration of phenomena to some use. It can thus become many technologies. On reflection, and looking at the video, I realise that it was a mistake to describe the stick itself as a soft technology it is not. The stick is a part of a .... [Link] Tue, 22 Nov 2011 19:38:00 +0100 [Comment]

David Wiley
Galileo's Grandmother, Galileo's Grandmother
Posted Oct 14, 2011 Just listened to both the webinar on #Change11 and the keynote that someone else posted that he gave at Penn State. He summarizes many interesting points, most of which aren’t new, but I like the way that he puts them together. I didn’t know about him before, so I am glad [...] [Link] Thu, 10 Nov 2011 23:13:13 +0000 [Comment]

Share in Groups; Contribute in Nets
Galileo's Grandmother, Galileo's Grandmother
Much of the discussion in both the #Change11 MOOC and the NLC HotSeats this week  related to my still-evolving dissertation research question. Anderson and Dron's characterization of the different forms of "the Many" (groups, nets, and sets) provides a way for thinking a little more deeply about how people congregate in an open networked learning [...] [Link] Sun, 27 Nov 2011 21:00:38 +0000 [Comment]

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Come get your badges!
brainysmurf, 106 - Multilitteratus Incognitus, December 2, 2011.

Thanks, AK, you've given some thoughtful examples of badge types that could be pursued...and maybe 'half-dipper' badge is an idea too (see Andrew and Seeta's post Yet, I'm still deeply puzzled as to why badges matter so much (to some people)? I've played console games that had 'easter-egg' accomplishments revealed to me when I didn't even know that achievements/badges were part of it. So for about 3 seconds I thought "oooh, cool, I unlocked that" but that's about it. It doesn't have lasting power or motivation for me. Am I too far on one end of the the extrinsic/intrinsic motivation continuum to 'get' why badges [Comment]


These are individual comments posted today to the discussion threads (for new discussion threads, see the list above)

LisaMLane, Re: A Pedagogy of Abundance or a Pedagogy to Support Human Beings? Participant Support on Massive Open Online Courses, I'm thinking now, having done this for ....
VCVaile, Re: Come get your badges!, If so, you are not alone. I worked that out of ....
suifaijohnmak, Re: A Pedagogy of Abundance or a Pedagogy to Support Human Beings? Participant Support on Massive Open Online Courses, Hi Ken, Here is my second response post. http://....
suifaijohnmak, Re: A Pedagogy of Abundance or a Pedagogy to Support Human Beings? Participant Support on Massive Open Online Courses, Hi Ken, I have composed two posts in response. ....
suifaijohnmak, Re: A Pedagogy of Abundance or a Pedagogy to Support Human Beings? Participant Support on Massive Open Online Courses, Hi Ken, I have composed two posts in response. ....


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