In this workshop, you will learn about innovative teaching methods that support the use of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in the teaching process. You will learn about Allan Carrington’s pedagogical wheel, which is based on the use of Bloom’s taxonomy and integrates different ICT to support the pedagogical process. The reflection on the use of ICT in the pedagogical process is based on the SAMR model, which allows for the optimisation of learning activities supported by ICT.
Sanja Jedrinović, Sara Drožđek, Anja Luštek, Tadeja Nemanič, Jože Rugelj, Ana Žabkar Šalić, Vesna Ferk Savec
doc. dddr. Joca Zurc, izr. prof. Tina Štemberger
Ana Žabkar Šalić
15 September - 6 October 2021
The workshop aims to introduce innovative learning approaches and planning for the use of ICT in the pedagogical process, based on the pedagogical wheel and the SAMR model, which define the level of integration of ICT in the pedagogical process.
In addition to an introduction and a conclusion, it consists of 5 chapters:
- Innovative Teaching
In the first topic you will have the opportunity to learn about some innovative approaches to learning and teaching. You will learn about transformative learning, backward planning of the pedagogical process, students’ skills and attributes, and the development of their personal character. You will learn about the pedagogical wheel, which is linked to the content presented later in the workshop.
In the final part of the chapter, you will take a compulsory quiz to check your understanding of the content presented. You are then invited to collaborate with your ideas and suggestions to develop a list of attributes that you would like to promote in all future graduates of the University of Ljubljana. It is recommended that you participate in the Innovative Teaching Forum.
- Learning objectives according to Bloom’s taxonomy
In the second topic, you will have the opportunity to learn about Bloom’s taxonomy, which aims to help teachers classify learning objectives according to different levels of complexity.
In the final part of the chapter, you are invited to share your experiences of Bloom’s Taxonomy with others via the forum.
- A selection of possible ICT to support the teaching process
In the third topic, you will have the opportunity to learn about ICT to support the pedagogical process. You will also learn about the criteria that can help you to select ICT to support the pedagogical process. For this purpose, we have prepared a table with different ICTs, which we have sorted according to their functionalities and placed them in a specific category according to DigCompEd.
To finish the chapter, you will be able to successfully solve a quiz and a crossword to check your understanding of the content presented. We have prepared a forum for you to participate and discuss the choice of ICT to support the teaching process.
- Designing redefined learning activities using the SAMR model
In the fourth topic you will have the opportunity to learn about the SAMR model. To this end, you will be able to see examples of the use of ICT in different areas of teaching at each level according to the SAMR model.
As a final activity of this chapter, you will work together with other participants to complete the database of examples of didactic use of ICT in the teaching process with your own examples. In the forum you can share with others your experiences of designing redefined learning activities according to the SAMR model.
- Pedagogical wheel for students with special needs
In the fifth topic you will have the opportunity to learn about the pedagogical wheel for students with disabilities. This is an optional chapter where you will be offered a number of materials and resources on the use of the pedagogical bicycle for students with disabilities.
At the end of the workshop you are invited to share your experiences of using the teaching bike for students with disabilities in the forum.