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  • 1. Learning Spaces 2025
    • Alicia Logsdon
    November 2011
  • 2. A Brief History of Educational Technology Tools
  • 3. Technical Hardware Needed for 2025
    • Laptop Computers (one-to-one)
    • Tablets/Mobile Devices (e.g. iPad, e-readers, iPhones, etc.)
    • Document Cameras, Digital Cameras, Video Cameras
    • Interactive Workspaces (e.g. whiteboards, mobi, etc.)
    • Wireless Internet Capable of Sustaining Hundreds of Machines Simultaneously
  • 4. Software Needed
    • Application Sharing/Purchasing/Downloading
    • Word Processing
    • Web Editing and Browsing
    • Video Chatting/sharing/editing
    • Interactive Learning Games (teacher and student created, as well as purchased licenses)
  • 5. Physical Learning Spaces
    • This will blended, meaning learning is happening at
      • home
      • school
      • other/anywhere!
  • 6. Using Varied Instructional Approaches Used Simultaneously
    • 3P Learning Model (Chatti, 2007)
    • Workshop Model (Keene & Zimmerman, 2007)
    • Instructional Design and Conceptual Model Theory Stance (Kim, 2011)
    • Learning by Doing, Project Based Learning (PBL)
  • 7. Instructional Approaches Will
    • Hold true to a constructivist model
    • Meet needs of multiple intelligences
    • Accessible to all students
  • 8. 3P Learning Model
    • Classroom Arrangement must accommodate discussion, shared participation, and provide knowledge.
    Students are encouraged to participate actively, make choices to personalize their learning (goal specific) and are responsible for pulling information from learning situations. (Chatti, 2010)
  • 9. Workshop Model
    • The Workshop Model is specific to literacy instruction.
    • Various technologies can be integrated into this setting.
    • Classroom organization consists of three main components: independent work space, a meeting space and a guided reading space.
    (Keene & Zimmerman, 2007)
  • 10. Workshop Model Continued
    • Laptops can be used for independent work and guided practice work.
    • Mobile devices and e-readers can be used for guided reading time.
    • Teachers are guiding instruction in a whole group format and a small group format and can integrate technology in the mini-lesson. (e.g. using a document camera, using an interactive whiteboard to map a story together).
  • 11.
    • Instructional Design and Conceptual Model Theory Stance
    • This theory is based on
      • conceptual knowledge formation
      • procedural knowledge development
    • Using technology is applicable to both elements of this theory.
    • (Tennyson, 1986)
  • 12. Resources Consulted Alesandrini, K., & Larson, L. (2002). Teachers bridge to constructivism. The Clearing House, 75 (3), 8-22 Chatti, M. (Photographer). (2010). 3p model. [Print Photo]. Retrieved from http://mohmedamincchatti.blogspot.com/2007/09/3p- learning-model.html. Keene, E., & Zimmerman, C. (2007). Mosaic of thought: the power of comprehension strategy. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Kim, K.W. (2011). Changes in Student Motivation during Online Learning. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 44(1), 1-23
  • 13. Resources Consulted Roberts, S., Conn, C., Loir, L., Hunt, E., & Duffy, A. (2003). Not another id model. TechTrends , 47(4) Tennyson, R. (1986). An empirically based instructional design theory for teaching concepts. Review of Educational Research, 56 (1), 40-71.