Adaptive Narration Technique in Online Teaching - Fall 2020 IT Pro Forum
From ITPF Zoom3 on 11/12/2020
Adaptive Narration Technique (ANT) is a technologically enhanced pedagogical teaching model that aims at fostering self-directed learning processes in online education. We follow the principle of flipped classroom by empowering students to create content themselves, using a collaborative storytelling approach. The method is making use of a decentralized authoring environment for digital storytelling. It enables students to iteratively and collaboratively gain knowledge by discovery and reflection. In the presentation, we'll provide a demo and example and discuss its potential in a higher education environment and its engineering disciplines, such as our college. There are certain challenges involved, such as how to collaboratively create content in a bigger group of students, and in what ways the generated content can be reused, assessed and shared. In sum, the proposed model provides novel means of administering personalized self-directed learning interventions. These are expected to result in improved student satisfaction and confidence.
Learning Outcome: Understanding of technologies and pedagogy of storytelling in self directed learning scenarios for online education in higher STEM ed. Technological opportunities and limitations for this purpose.
Zoom Recording ID: 82544285108 UUID: Z8WpIZJNTmGpdm6Xd76DLQ== Meeting Time: 2020-11-12T15:09:42Z