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Friday, March 29 • 9:00am - 10:30am
How to Foster Dialogical, Digital and Deeper Learning?

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Design your teaching and learning!

The aim of the session is to experience learning design principles for deeper learning outcomes. The design is based on the latest results of deeper learning studies in teacher education in Finland. The session will familiarize participants with a new DDD pedagogical model (Dialogical, Digital and Deep learning activity). The model emphasize through deeper learning orientation: self-paced, authentic, dialogical and collaborative knowledge construction in diverse digital environments. This session gives to you 6 Design Principles (DP´s) to revise your deep learning design practices.

You as a participant will enhance practice-led knowledge of deeper learning design, and will discover
a) how to design competence based learning processes which promote deep learning,
b) how to support social learning process with dialogical methods,
c) how to support dialogical collaborative knowledge construction, and
d) how to make deeper learning activities more transparent and open to evaluation.

In the session, you will will experience the power of dialogical participation through methods exercises.

The digitization of work and learning challenges us to facilitate a change in the learning culture towards deeper learning processes.

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Sanna Ruhalahti

Teacher educator, HAMK School of Professional Teacher Education (Finland)
I´m a doctoral candidate at University of Lapland (Faculty of Education) and I work as a teacher educator. My passion is learning design which promotes dialogical knowledge construction in a learning communities towards to deep learning outcomes.

Friday March 29, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
HTHI 127

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