Designing Personalized Learning Environments Joann Segovia Rhonda Ficek

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  • Designing Personalized Learning EnvironmentsJoann Segovia Rhonda Ficek

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  • ObjectivesGoal: Design Interactive, Flexible, & Personalized Learning Environments

    Describe Related Business Management Frameworks

    Provide Examples of Applications & Tools

  • Teaching Philosophy

    I never teach my pupils; I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn. Albert Einstein

  • Personalized Learning EnvironmentsClassroom and non-classroom based educational model Recognition of unique skills, passions, and characteristics of each student Course design honors individual learning styles

  • Personalized Learning Environments:Key AttributesInteraction: Teacher/student; student/student Student-driven participation in Developing learning processTechnology accessVaried learning environmentsChoices in assignments and activities

  • Learning Organization An organization skilled at creating, acquiring, and transferring knowledge, and at modifying its behavior to reflect new knowledge and insights by trained individuals. (Garvin, 1993)0

  • D2L: Technology to Facilitate Developing Learning Organizations

  • D2L: Technology to Facilitate Developing Learning Organizations

  • Elements of a Learning Organization0

  • Technology Enabled Learning

    Communicating Transferring knowledge0

  • 1. Learning Organizations: Team Based StructureUnique culture

    Awareness of the whole

    Experimentation & failure

    Continuous improvement 0

  • Supporting Team-Based Structure & Personalized Learning

  • Supporting Team-Based Structure & Personalized Learning

  • 2. Learning Organizations:Empowerment of Members

    Individuals make decisions

    Individual responsibility

    Individual determines work methods0

  • Empowering Students:Personalized Learning Driven by Participants

    LAMS (Learning Activity Management System) E-folio: students choose supporting materials to document achievement Teaching Other Students: Student-created webinars, podcasts, PwrPt, software demonstrations

  • D2L: Empowering StudentsAssistance with Communication Chat (logged)PagerDiscussionBlog Assistance with Collaboration Private chat Private group discussionGroup LockerLiveRoom

  • D2L: Empowering StudentsAssistance with Communication Chat (logged)PagerDiscussionBlog Assistance with Collaboration Private chat Private group discussionGroup LockerLiveRoom

  • 3. Learning Organizations: Open Information

    Abundance of information

    Handling / Disseminating Information0

  • Supporting Open InformationAbundant Information Multiple Delivery of Content MIT Open Courseware Creative Commons Learning RepositoriesHandling / Sharing / Disseminating

    News Aggregators: RSS feeds Wikis, E-Notebooks, Google Docs, E-Folios Podcasts, Webinars, Blogs

  • D2L:Supporting Open Information

    Posting exemplary student workD2L Object RepositoryShared documents: discussion board, group lockerBlogs for reflection, journalsProposed D2L e-folio tool

  • D2L:Supporting Open Information

    Posting exemplary student workD2L Object RepositoryShared documents: discussion board, group lockerBlogs for reflection, journalsProposed D2L e-folio tool

  • Designing Personalized Learning EnvironmentsLearning OrganizationsSupport CollaborationSupport Open InformationCreate empowering environment Technology Enabled LearningDetermine learning objectiveSelect appropriate technologies

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  • Blooms Taxonomy

  • The Learning Pyramid(NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science)

  • Benefits of Personalized Learning EnvironmentsEffective dissemination

    Incorporate dynamic content (repositories)

    More experiential learning

    Students coach, strive for continuous improvement, and innovation0

  • Benefits of Personalized Learning Environments

    Share exemplary work Encourage/reward students to gather, share information Minimize knowledge acquisition Maximize conceptual application0

  • Contact InformationJoann Segovia, Accounting Professor, MSU Moorhead segovia@mnstate.edu Rhonda Ficek, Director of Instructional Technology, MSU Moorhead ficek@mnstate.edu

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    to design richly interactive and flexible and personalized learning environmentsPersonalized Learning is a unique, blended classroom and nonclassroom-based public educational model that is tailored to the needs and interests of each individual student. Personalized Learning is a 21st century, "on the leading edge" approach to public education that honors and recognizes the unique gifts, skills, passions, and attributes of each child. Personalized Learning is dedicated to developing individualized learning programs for each child whose intent is to engage each child in the learning process in the most productive and meaningful way to optimize each child's learning potential and success. The key attributes that comprise the Personalized Learning model are based upon a solid foundation of the latest educational research findings as to how students learn most successfully, including a strong emphasis on parental involvement, smaller class sizes, more one-on-one teacher and student interaction, attention to differences in learning styles, student-driven participation in developing the learning process, technology access, varied learning environments, teacher and parent development programs, and choices in curriculum programs. No other educational model offered in today's public education system has integrated these proven educational research results in such an in-depth and comprehensive manner to serve the diverse needs of today's public education students. Personalized Learning is a unique, blended classroom and nonclassroom-based public educational model that is tailored to the needs and interests of each individual student. Personalized Learning is a 21st century, "on the leading edge" approach to public education that honors and recognizes the unique gifts, skills, passions, and attributes of each child. Personalized Learning is dedicated to developing individualized learning programs for each child whose intent is to engage each child in the learning process in the most productive and meaningful way to optimize each child's learning potential and success. The key attributes that comprise the Personalized Learning model are based upon a solid foundation of the latest educational research findings as to how students learn most successfully, including a strong emphasis on parental involvement, smaller class sizes, more one-on-one teacher and student interaction, attention to differences in learning styles, student-driven participation in developing the learning process, technology access, varied learning environments, teacher and parent development programs, and choices in curriculum programs. No other educational model offered in today's public education system has integrated these proven educational research results in such an in-depth and comprehensive manner to serve the diverse needs of today's public education students. Can move students to competency and improve innovation and teamworkTechnology driven class reflects learning organization driven by students and their social activity rather than the instructors lecture.Students are empowered to become an instructor