New learning models: helping students learn about learning
The goal of this project is to outline a framework, and create models, that can be used by teachers to guide learners through the process of designing their own learning. This work presents a theoretical framework and practical model of learning in which “learning to learn” is intentionally and explicitly part of the learning process and outcomes. The goal is rooted in a desire to have students to learn about learning by designing their own learning. As students become involved in the learning design, they also take ownership of, and direct their own, learning. While students are active participants in the learning design in this model, this paper suggests that the role of the teacher is much more than passive facilitator and is intensified by the dual role of teaching content and teaching learning.
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Blended learning: expansion of the learning environment from the classroom to technology mediated spaces can have a positive influence on reluctant writers in K-12 Christensen, Jane (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2014)This blended learning project is focused on the effects of the use of online environments to elicit motivation of reluctant writers in the elementary years. The use of blended learning to facilitate engagement in reluctant ...
Motivation towards learning: a study of Alberni District Secondary School's project based learning Grade 9 program Dvorak, Ryan (Vancouver Island University, 2012)The purpose of the current study was to determine if participation in Alberni District Secondary School’s Project Based Learning (PBL) Program has had an impact on student motivation towards learning. This was done by ...
Quiring, Jody (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017)This action research study examines the potential for utilizing digital storytelling in a Learning Support teacher role to better support students with Specific Learning Disabilities. Written output can pose a challenge ...