TEACHING WELL USING    TECHNOLOGY   C. SHAUN LONGSTREET, PH.D.                &      HEIDI SCHWEIZER, PH.D. CENTER FOR TEA...
Agenda for todayIntroduction exerciseThe Google generation & best practices.Guiding principles for thinking about using (a...
Question point Can you see any bottlenecks for achieving one of your course objectives? Can you identify potential problem...
The GoogleGeneration
Characteristics of the   Google Generation89% use e-mail64% send instant messages regularly  60% prefer IM over voice comm...
Characteristics of the   Google Generation67% receive news from on-line sources74 % watch and/or produce videos on-line  5...
Characteristics of the   Google GenerationWith Facebook comes:  beneficial narcissism - the profileYouTube and Blogs leads t...
Characteristics of the   Google Generation57% search for info on colleges on-line72% search for information first on-line  ...
Characteristics of the   Google GenerationUsed to brief, rapid bursts of informationRespond well to/require frequent affirma...
PART 1: BEST PRACTICES
Chickering & Gamson’s “Seven Principles for Good Practice              in Undergraduate Education” 1. Encourages student-f...
Three guiding principles for effective and efficient      use of technology as a pedagogical tool.It should not duplicate ...
Discussion or Questions
Times and SpacesAsk yourself when and where learning occurs during yourcourse?When and where does a student in your course...
Modes of Teaching                                        Student alone    Teacher alone                  In class time    ...
Modes of Teaching                                        Student alone    Teacher alone                  In class time    ...
Effective and EfficientUse class time when students need you, the expert/mentor,most:  When they have questions about the ...
Discussion or Questions
TECHNOLOGY &  PEDAGOGY
TECHNOLOGY AND TEACHINGPRESENTATION SOFTWAREASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONSYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONWEB CONTENTCOLLABORATIVE WR...
PRESENTATION SOFTWAREFACILITATES DISPLAY OF GRAPHICS, TEXTS, SOUND,VIDEO AND OTHER MEDIARELATIVELY SIMPLE ENVIRONMENT FOR ...
ASYNCHRONOUS       COMMUNICATIONE-MAILSBULLETIN BOARDSDISCUSSION GROUPSPODCASTINGFACEBOOK (?)
SYNCHRONOUS       COMMUNICATIONINSTANT MESSENGER, AIM, GOOGLE CHATSKYPE, GOOGLE HANGOUTVYEW
WEB CONTENTDNASTREAMING VIDEO/ ITUNES U
WEB BASED COURSE       MANAGEMENTDESIRE 2 LEARN PORTAL FOR ONLINE LEARNING @ MU DISCUSSION, QUIZZES, DROPBOX
COLLABORATIVE WRITINGWIKISBLOGWEBSPACE (GOOGLE DOCS, BOXNET)
CAVEATSTECHNOLOGY CAN TAKE A LOT OF TIME TOSET UPIMPLEMENT IN SMALLER PORTIONSHAVE A BACK-UPSPEND THE TIME TELLING THE STU...
ANOTHER USEFUL RESOURCEKAHN ACADEMY  HTTP://WWW.KHANACADEMY.ORG/MERLOT(MULTIMEDIA EDUCATION RESOURCE FOR LEARNING & ONLINE...
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Teaching well using technology 2011

  1. 1. TEACHING WELL USING TECHNOLOGY C. SHAUN LONGSTREET, PH.D. & HEIDI SCHWEIZER, PH.D. CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
  2. 2. Agenda for todayIntroduction exerciseThe Google generation & best practices.Guiding principles for thinking about using (and not using)technology for a course.Thinking about time and space.Examples of using technology and pedagogy.
  3. 3. Question point Can you see any bottlenecks for achieving one of your course objectives? Can you identify potential problems for attaining your course objectives?
  4. 4. The GoogleGeneration
  5. 5. Characteristics of the Google Generation89% use e-mail64% send instant messages regularly 60% prefer IM over voice communication93 % have a Facebook and/or MySpace page
  6. 6. Characteristics of the Google Generation67% receive news from on-line sources74 % watch and/or produce videos on-line 56% have a portable mp3 device52 % read and/or have on-line blogs
  7. 7. Characteristics of the Google GenerationWith Facebook comes: beneficial narcissism - the profileYouTube and Blogs leads to the Prosumer43 % play on-line games There are 4 gamers for every golfer in America flexible identities
  8. 8. Characteristics of the Google Generation57% search for info on colleges on-line72% search for information first on-line 100 times more likely to check Wikipedia rather than a book
  9. 9. Characteristics of the Google GenerationUsed to brief, rapid bursts of informationRespond well to/require frequent affirmationHighly visual, experiential learnersStrong sense of entitlement
  10. 10. PART 1: BEST PRACTICES
  11. 11. Chickering & Gamson’s “Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education” 1. Encourages student-faculty contact 2. Fosters cooperation among students 3. Promotes active learning 4. Provides prompt feedback 5. Emphasizes time on task 6. Communicates high expectations 7. Respects diverse learning styles
  12. 12. Three guiding principles for effective and efficient use of technology as a pedagogical tool.It should not duplicate work for the instructor or students.It must be relevant for achieving course goals.Using technology will achieve a course goal better or is theonly means to achieve a course goal.
  13. 13. Discussion or Questions
  14. 14. Times and SpacesAsk yourself when and where learning occurs during yourcourse?When and where does a student in your course process theinformation or activities she/he has just learned?When and where does a student in your course receiveassessment and feedback on their learning progress?When and where do you and the student interact?
  15. 15. Modes of Teaching Student alone Teacher alone In class time time time Students receive first Processing new Traditional exposure to new Grading / information / information /lecture mode Writing feedback instructions activities
  16. 16. Modes of Teaching Student alone Teacher alone In class time time time Students receive first Processing new Traditional exposure to new Grading / information / information /lecture mode Writing feedback instructions activitiesInteractive Process and First mode feedback exposure
  17. 17. Effective and EfficientUse class time when students need you, the expert/mentor,most: When they have questions about the material. When they need to try out new ideas or practice something and receive feedback.
  18. 18. Discussion or Questions
  19. 19. TECHNOLOGY & PEDAGOGY
  20. 20. TECHNOLOGY AND TEACHINGPRESENTATION SOFTWAREASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONSYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONWEB CONTENTCOLLABORATIVE WRITINGWEB BASED COURSE MANAGEMENT
  21. 21. PRESENTATION SOFTWAREFACILITATES DISPLAY OF GRAPHICS, TEXTS, SOUND,VIDEO AND OTHER MEDIARELATIVELY SIMPLE ENVIRONMENT FOR MULTIMEDIAPRESENTATIONSEASY TO UPDATE AND CUSTOMIZEMAY BE MADE AVAILABLE OUTSIDE OF CLASS
  22. 22. ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONE-MAILSBULLETIN BOARDSDISCUSSION GROUPSPODCASTINGFACEBOOK (?)
  23. 23. SYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONINSTANT MESSENGER, AIM, GOOGLE CHATSKYPE, GOOGLE HANGOUTVYEW
  24. 24. WEB CONTENTDNASTREAMING VIDEO/ ITUNES U
  25. 25. WEB BASED COURSE MANAGEMENTDESIRE 2 LEARN PORTAL FOR ONLINE LEARNING @ MU DISCUSSION, QUIZZES, DROPBOX
  26. 26. COLLABORATIVE WRITINGWIKISBLOGWEBSPACE (GOOGLE DOCS, BOXNET)
  27. 27. CAVEATSTECHNOLOGY CAN TAKE A LOT OF TIME TOSET UPIMPLEMENT IN SMALLER PORTIONSHAVE A BACK-UPSPEND THE TIME TELLING THE STUDENTSABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY
  28. 28. ANOTHER USEFUL RESOURCEKAHN ACADEMY HTTP://WWW.KHANACADEMY.ORG/MERLOT(MULTIMEDIA EDUCATION RESOURCE FOR LEARNING & ONLINE TEACHING) HTTP://WWW.MERLOT.ORG
  29. 29. Discussion or Questions
  30. 30. Thank You!
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