Sinopsis

Talking VTE is a podcast of educational conversations and audio recordings made at conferences, seminars and workshops throughout the Australian Vocational and Technical Education (VET) sector.

Episodios

  • eLearning11: Getting to the heart of the matter

    eLearning11: Getting to the heart of the matter

    12/12/2011

    Presenter Simon Byrnes, ex-student Key College RedfernSynopsisOne of the first steps in the design of any VET course or program should be a thorough analysis of our learner cohort: their strengths and passions, their circumstances and context, existing skills and experiences, and the barriers that impact on their engagement. But how well do we do this? In this session Robyn Jay chats to an inspirational young man, Simon Byrne, about his experiences as a learner and his recommendations for educators to better meet the needs of young learners and to enhance teaching practice.Download mp3 file (45 mins) Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11: Collaborative online learning - starting somewhere

    eLearning11: Collaborative online learning - starting somewhere

    12/12/2011

    Presenter Shelley Gibb, Consultant SynopsisThis session covers some of those inital steps and barriers that people are faced with professionally and organisationally when they have an interest in learning online, and looks at some of the strategies that can help in furthering our own learning, and the cause of collaborative learning in the workplace.Download mp3 file (37 mins) Presentation links and resourcesSlide 1: http://www.twitter.com/mollybobSlide 3: http://gcouros.com/the-argument-to-i-have-nothing-good-to-shareSlide 7: http://www.whatmyplnmeans.wikispaces.com/Slide 8: http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Review/EDUCAUSEReviewMagazineVolume43/MindsonFireOpenEducationtheLon/162420Slide 12: http://www.fluency21.com/blogpost.cfm?blogID=2347Slide 13: http://www.atimod.com/e-moderating/5stage.shtmlOther good and accessible reading Shelley recommends:Complementing Structured Learning with e-Communities by Nancy WhiteDefinition of Technology Steward by Nancy WhiteMinds on Fire by John Seely-Brown.The Z

  • eLearning11: E-assessment - whats it all about?

    eLearning11: E-assessment - what's it all about?

    12/12/2011

    Presenter: Wendy Clarke, Taree Community College Synopsis:People often feel that using technology to record the assessment process requires the equipment and skills of a professional media production company. Thank goodness this isn’t the case!This session will provide an overview of e-assessment and how straightforward the use of technology in the e-assessment process can be. Participants will have the opportunity to use some of the technology and conduct their own e-assessments. Download mp3 file (31 mins) Presentation Conference connections:Twitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11: Supporting learner pathways

    eLearning11: Supporting learner pathways

    12/12/2011

    Presenter: Allison Miller, NVELS Synopsis:The Learner Pathways Business Activity is part of the new 2012-2015 National VET E-learning Strategy and aims to assist learners pursue educational pathways, through e-portfolio tools to manage their learning evidence, a framework of guidelines for a national e-portfolio approach, and e-learning programs for higher qualifications.        This session will share how organisations can implement strategies to support their clients reach their personal, professional and career development goals through innovative-technology based programs for areas such as e-portfolios, electronic learner records, RPL, e-assessment, workforce development, attracting and retaining disadvantaged/non-traditional learners or learners with a disability, and the integration of articulation and credit transfer programs.Download mp3 file (43 mins) Presentation Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11: Cool tools to support effective e-learning

    eLearning11: Cool tools to support effective e-learning

    12/12/2011

    Presenter: Michael Coghlan, Education consultant Synopsis:What comes first – technology or pedagogy? Is your Learning Management System enough? This session will explore existing theories of technology, and explore a range of tools available to 21st century educators in pursuit of current and effective teaching practice. Download the mp3 file PresentationCooltools nsw elearning11 View more presentations from michaelc Conference connections:Twitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day[apologies for the poor quality of this recording]

  • eLearning11: eBooks-Development  design

    eLearning11: eBooks-Development & design

    12/12/2011

    PresenterFrancis Kneebone - V2Training SynopsisThe 2011 Horizon Report identifies eBooks as one of the fastest emerging technologies for teaching and learning in the elearning space.  This session will include information on the future direction of the eBook and give your practical demonstration on how to create your own dynamic texts with rich media for learners in any context. Download mp3 file (43 mins) Presentation Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day[apologies for sound quality on this recording]

  • TalkingVTE Episode 31

    TalkingVTE Episode 31

    24/07/2011

    CC licensed image by mobologyDownload the MP3 file (1 hr) Recorded: 19 July 2011Synopsis Topics: Moodle Moot 11TALOIIBSOR 2011Google +ParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesKerryJJulie CollaredaLinksShow NotesMoodlemoot AU 2011TALO MeetupIIBSOR 2011Music "Who Am I To Disagree(Minima)" by MiNiMaL_aRT

  • TalkingVTE Episode 30

    TalkingVTE Episode 30

    01/06/2011

    [CC FlickR image by choconancyDownload the MP3 file (1/2 hr)SynopsisTopic: Discussion with Michael Coghlan after attending the ELNet Half day workshop, Mon 30 May with Clark Quinn titled "Deeper instructional design: making e-learning really work".ParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanLinksElNet Masterclasses with Clark Quinn, USACreating a learning explosion in your organisation - Nigel PaineMusic "Who Am I To Disagree(Minima)" by MiNiMaL_aRT

  • New Flexible Learning Toolboxes and How to use them

    New Flexible Learning Toolboxes and How to use them

    14/05/2011

    Debbie Soccio, Toolbox Business Activity Manager & Shane Dowd, NSW Tooolbox ChampionDate: 5 May 2011Presenters: Debbie Soccio, Toolbox Business Activity Manager & Shane Down, NSW Tooolbox ChampionFacilitator: Melanie Doriean, NSW eLearning coordinatorSynopsisPodcast of the Australian Flexible Learning event "New Flexible Learning Toolboxes and How to use them" held in Sydney on the 5 may 2011. Debbie Soccio & Shane Dowd will introduced the new Series 13 Toolboxes.Download the MP3 file (1hr)

  • TalkingVTE Episode 29

    TalkingVTE Episode 29

    06/02/2011

    [CC FlickR image by sridgway]Download the MP3 file (1hr)SynopsisTopic: Open EducationRecording of an un-conference session at the Recent Changes Camp 2011 held in Canberra Date: Saturday 29 January 2011 Time: 3:00-4:00 PM ESTParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanTom WorthingtonLeigh BlackallRose GrozdanicAdam JenkinsKirsty SharpJutta van DincklageLinksTalkingVTE session resource pageRecent Changes Camp 2011flickr images

  • TalkingVTE Episode 28

    TalkingVTE Episode 28

    06/02/2011

    [CC FlickR image by robynejay]Download the MP3 file (1hr 5 min)SynopsisTopic: VET & Higher Education todayRecording of an un-conference session at the Recent Changes Camp 2011 held in Canberra Date: Saturday 29 January 2011 Time: 2:00-3:00 PM ESTParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanTom WorthingtonLeigh BlackallRose GrozdanicAdam JenkinsKirsty SharpJutta van DincklageLinksTalkingVTE session resource pageRecent Changes Camp 2011flickr images

  • eLearning10 Day 1 keynote : Redefining the classroom

    eLearning10 Day 1 keynote : Redefining the classroom

    04/01/2011

    Download the MP3 file (1:06 mins)PresenterAndrew DoucheSynopsisIn this presentation, Andrew will explain why he believes it is necessary for educators to adopt new approaches to communicating with a new generation of learners. His intention is not to promote “high-tech” skills in teachers, but rather to encourage widespread adoption of easy-to-use technologies that are ‘high-concept’ and have the power to transform class interaction.Andrew discusses how any educator is able to change the way he or she communicates with students, taking advantage of the very same digital communication tools that Gen-Y students use. From podcasting to online forums to mobile phones, this presentation will explore the potential in digital communication technologies to challenge where, when and how class members interact, and even who the class members are.Network ResourcesConference wikiImages from the conferenceAustralian Flexible Learning FrameworkAndrew's slides as PDF Adobe Connect RecordingAndrew's website Douchy's Biology

  • eLearning10 - Day 2 keynote: A new approach for a new world

    eLearning10 - Day 2 keynote: A new approach for a new world

    18/12/2010

    Download the MP3 file (48 mins)PresenterDuy HuynhExecutive Producer and Creative Director of BeyondedgeSynopsis New research shows that our increasingly interconnected world is shifting our perceptions of the information wereceive, including our perceptions of learning. Its impact is far and wide: Old business models are failing. But why? How has the world changed and what do we need to do as learning and design professionals to not just keep up, but excel. This session showcases the latest thinking on ‘thinking’ and arm you with new ideas on how to make your elearning more intuitive and appealing.Network ResourcesConference wikiImages from the conferenceAustralian Flexible Learning FrameworkDuy's slides as PDF BeyondedgeBeyondedge on Twitter

  • eLearning10 - Day 1 keynote: Sustaining e-learning innovation

    eLearning10 - Day 1 keynote: Sustaining e-learning innovation

    18/12/2010

    Download the MP3 file (30 mins)PresenterKaye BowmanSynopsis Kaye’s presentation will discuss seven factors required together to sustain e-learning innovations:1. Strategy – a longer term view than any one e-learning innovation is required.2. Senior leadership – must support in ways appropriate to their particular situation.3. Business case – is a key driver for for-profit businesses, especially cost savings.4. Resourcing – external resources are short term; internal resources are required.5. Champions – to build capability especially through one-to-one mentoring on how to use technologies.6. People supports – to make it possible for teachers to focus on achieving learning using technologies thatcould be internally and/or externally located.7. Technology – both sufficient hardware and software support that could be internally and or externallylocated. An organisation’s level of e-maturity depends on how well they exhibit these seven factors.Network ResourcesConference wikiImages from the conferenceAustralian

  • eLearning10 Conference Opening

    eLearning10 Conference Opening

    17/12/2010

    Download the MP3 file (5 mins)PresenterSimon PaineNSW FLAG RepresentativeSynopsisSimon Paine opens the 2010 e-Learning: Sustaining e-learning conferenceNetwork ResourcesConference wikiImages from the conferenceAustralian Flexible Learning Framework[CC FlickR image by robynejay]

  • eLearning10 - Day 1 panel session: Sustaining e-learning innovation

    eLearning10 - Day 1 panel session: Sustaining e-learning innovation

    17/12/2010

    Download the MP3 file (45 mins)PresentersFacilitator: Rose Grozdanic, Business Manager, E-learning Innovations, Australian Flexible LearningFrameworkPanel members: Kaye Bowman, Stephan Ridgway, Janelle Morris, Bronwen Campbell and DebbieLittlehalesSynopsis A facilitated panel presentation from former Framework project managers on how they have incorporated and expanded e-learning in their organisations - each has a story and the session will draw out the key elements that others can use to drive embedding of e-learning in their organisation.Network ResourcesConference wikiImages from the conferenceAustralian Flexible Learning Framework[CC FlickR image by robynejay]

  • eLearning10 Conference Plenary: Closing Remarks

    eLearning10 Conference Plenary: Closing Remarks

    17/12/2010

    Download the MP3 file  (10 mins)PresenterKaye BowmanSynopsisA final wrap-up of the conference introduced by Melanie Doriean.Network ResourcesConference wikiImages from the conferenceAustralian Flexible Learning Framework[CC FlickR image by robynejay]

  • eLearning10 Day 1 session: How much fire can I steal?

    eLearning10 Day 1 session: How much fire can I steal?

    17/12/2010

    Download the MP3 file (44 min)PresenterHoward ErreyVictorian Innovations Coordinator, Australian Flexible Learning FrameworkSynopsisEver wondered what happens on the inside of an innovator? We’d all like to think that we can empower and open our students and organisations to the new wonderful ways of the web; but it’s not always simple and straightforward. There’s the challenges on the outside such as firewalls and the risk managers; but there’s also our inner psychology to deal with as well. Innovators might be able to see a marvellous future or potential, but don’t always feel empowered about what is going on around (and inside) them right now; and often feel alone.Looking at mythology about innovations as well as examples of some notable innovators and sample E-learning Innovations projects, Howard looks at what makes an innovator and ask ‘how much fire can we steal?’ The intention of this session is that we gain insight into our own capacity for empowerment and development as an e-learning leader.Network

  • eLearning10 Day 1 session: The evolution of e-learning

    eLearning10 Day 1 session: The evolution of e-learning

    17/12/2010

    Download the MP3 file (47 min)PresenterStefanie KleinRegional Director South East Asia-Pacific, IMC Information Multimedia CommunicationSynopsisIn this session Stefanie takes a brief look at the evolution of e-learning and highlights some important trends for the future. Among others Stefanie discusses:• Talent management as a new global challenge for human resource managers resulting of economic growthin combination with aging workforce and skill deficits in Western economies and• Cloud computing as a possible answer to the growing need for ongoing change within organisations.Network ResourcesConference wikiImages from the conferenceAustralian Flexible Learning FrameworkIMC website[CC FlickR image by robynejay]

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