What are some strategies of E-Pedagogy?

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Post by John Lim CC on Tue Jan 21, 2020 3:51 pm

In this thread, we will be looking at the different types of E-Pedagogy. As such, it is requested that contributors provide the name of the E-Pedagogy and share contents so that we may all learn. The content of sharing would be as follows. Start each pedagogy as a new line and people can quote it to share their views or counter the discussions and perspectives.  

Name of E-Pedagogy
How it is used.
Description of Pros and Cons - could be something you read, or something you experienced.
Share if you think this is possible to use in character education.

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E-learning through Videos of character education situations.
I think there is value in the use of videos which describes or shows how someone reacts to a particular situation which may be dependent on character and resolved with how an individual may respond as a socially acceptable norm. As such, there is a before, after intervention to make clear the desired character of an individual. Stories, video clips of situations with narrative can be used to share views, beliefs etc. This visual imagery is best accompanied with narratives detailing each action and response and how it wants to shape the perspectives of people.

I think it is possible to use this in class to develop an individual's character. Whether it is effective may be something that we want to look into. Efficiency and consistency is somewhat achievable through videos. But definitely impactful, exciting videos with good visuals will definitely attract someone's attention for a longer time then a teacher speaking in a didactic manner.
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Post by TeoWP on Fri Jan 31, 2020 2:37 pm

Personally I think videos work very well for presenting situation for discussion in CCE lessons. But I think we can enhance the use of this tool to bring out deeper thinking and effective discussion through questioning. Read this 'E Pedagogy for Active Learning' under the brown bag series, https://ictconnection.moe.edu.sg/ictconnection/slot/u200/BrownBag_26May2016.pdf. Lesson crafted was on a Physics topic but there is so much more that can be done from just one video. What I like is they use the visible thinking approach 'See, Think, Wonder' as a guide to activate the thinking and make the learning richer. Will this be feasible for us? I would like to give it a try.

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Post by John Lim CC on Thu Feb 06, 2020 4:23 pm

TeoWP wrote:Personally I think videos work very well for presenting situation for discussion in CCE lessons. But I think we can enhance the use of this tool to bring out deeper thinking and effective discussion through questioning. Read this 'E Pedagogy for Active Learning' under the brown bag series, https://ictconnection.moe.edu.sg/ictconnection/slot/u200/BrownBag_26May2016.pdf. Lesson crafted was on a Physics topic but there is so much more that can be done from just one video. What I like is they use the visible thinking approach 'See, Think, Wonder' as a guide to activate the thinking and make the learning richer. Will this be feasible for us? I would like to give it a try.  

While i tend to agree with WP, i am also thinking is there a way for us to check for effectiveness of the delivery platform. Or if it is even remotely possible.
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Post by Tanbf on Wed Feb 12, 2020 6:52 pm

Hi everyone! Very Happy
Would like to share an idea from an article I came across, in which the teacher utilised Google Slides to create a 'Choose your own adventure' activity. Thought it would be an interesting idea we could possibly to try out in CCE, whereby students can be presented with different real-life scenarios (such as Contemporary Issues). They can then go on to select options and explore the consequences of the options they have chosen.

Pros: Can help to engage students as instead of teachers prescribing, the students can direct their own learning.

Cons: The platform used is Google Slides, which might not be able to support large groups of students at once. It would be interesting to try out something similar on an alternative platform, perhaps SLS?

I chanced upon another lesson created by a local teacher who actually crafted a lesson on the coronavirus using this 'Create your own Adventure' strategy. Do check it out! Smile

Link to the article: https://alicekeeler.com/2016/11/16/google-slides-choose-adventure/?fbclid=IwAR06CarX2PONbyccuRZ6ZlGOffSg_ioSnoLgYHxPWWpaRUZzZXqK_Ig3mX0

Link to the Coronavirus lesson: https://sgedtech.blogspot.com/2020/02/novel-visual-novel.html?fbclid=IwAR1cORQFdZTtyHaxl79IRbJiQ-OuwiBgJ4EFv3EmcCyGh07T80URKBSWsnk
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Post by John Lim CC on Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:20 am

Tanbf wrote:Hi everyone! Very Happy
Would like to share an idea from an article I came across, in which the teacher utilised Google Slides to create a 'Choose your own adventure' activity. Thought it would be an interesting idea we could possibly to try out in CCE, whereby students can be presented with different real-life scenarios (such as Contemporary Issues). They can then go on to select options and explore the consequences of the options they have chosen.

Pros: Can help to engage students as instead of teachers prescribing, the students can direct their own learning.

Cons: The platform used is Google Slides, which might not be able to support large groups of students at once. It would be interesting to try out something similar on an alternative platform, perhaps SLS?

I chanced upon another lesson created by a local teacher who actually crafted a lesson on the coronavirus using this 'Create your own Adventure' strategy. Do check it out! Smile

Link to the article: https://alicekeeler.com/2016/11/16/google-slides-choose-adventure/?fbclid=IwAR06CarX2PONbyccuRZ6ZlGOffSg_ioSnoLgYHxPWWpaRUZzZXqK_Ig3mX0

Link to the Coronavirus lesson: https://sgedtech.blogspot.com/2020/02/novel-visual-novel.html?fbclid=IwAR1cORQFdZTtyHaxl79IRbJiQ-OuwiBgJ4EFv3EmcCyGh07T80URKBSWsnk

Alice Keeler - OMG, this brings back lots of memories of reading books which i used to read. the author of the slides would really need to keep track of the hyperlinks and understand the decision flow.

This is an interesting way of getting the kids to understand the choices that they have made as an individual. So i guess the content would be the rationalising of the choices in terms of values and consequences. Very interesting. We could try this. Any idea how we might want to track the responses of the students? Then subsequently follow up with another SLS session which looks a possible intervention. and check if there is a way to develop the values we hope to see in the students.

Coronavirus lesson - this is such an interesting version of learning about content. Somehow, along the way i feel that the justification and rationalising of addition points to the persons score also leads to me understanding why the things that i did was something good. I am pretty sure this can be used for students learning as well. Sometimes, students do the things that teachers advise them to, but not understand the concept and the rationale for this. Worst situations arise as students become empathetic towards our efforts and say it is propaganda.

My learning from this is that the acts of students, their choices must be rationalised to articulate the supposed learning and not left to chance. How we do so is also very important and authentic. Good stuff!!!

This is an interesting posting. Anyone else tried the games?
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