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  • 1. A Future Trend in E-Learning: Learner Centeredness
    Education 6620 Issues and Trends in Educational Computing Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • 2. Learner centeredness “Will challenge traditional Curriculum”(Brown, 2003b , p. 49)
  • 3. Learner centeredness will be “made possible by Social Software”
    ( McLoughlin & Lee, 2010, p. 29)
  • 4. Access Knowledge
    Share Knowledge
    Use knowledge
    5
    3
    2
    1
    (Lin, 2008, p. 128)
  • 5. Future Learners will be “…recognized for their creation”
    (Lin, 2008, p. 128)
  • 6. Co creating, self directed,
    Personalized approach
  • 7. COLABORATION ALLOWS
    Learner To
    Co-Create knowledge
    Teach
    Challenge
    Peers, Friends, Mentors, Community
    (adapted from Lin,2008, p.130)
  • 8. A reciprocating relationship.
    Lending assistance/sharing expertise
    First I help you
    Then you help me
    Lending assistance/sharing expertise
  • 9. Being a facilitator
    4
  • 10. 5
    6
  • 11. Teachers will be an “Orchestrator of collaborative knowledge creation”
    (Keats & Schmidt ,2007, table 1)
  • 12. Changing role of the Teacher
    7
  • 13. Further advance in communication will make learning distances a moot topic.
    8
  • 14. “The sense of Isolation will be reduced”
    (Homitz & Berg, 2008)
  • 15. will give guidance in multiple locations simultaneously, using holographic technology and having a virtual presence
    9
  • 16. Continue to “… initiate interactions… encourage students…assist group activities and guide students toward learning goals.”
    (Chang ,2008, p.338)
  • 17. Eradicate stressors for mentees such as: “Organizational structure, interpersonal skills and cross gender relationships”
    (Homitz & Berg,, 2008, p. 329)
  • 18. Creates “a more honest, open and reflective
    learning environment”
    (Homitz & Berg , 2008, p.330)
  • 19. Video conference
    Expert
    WWW
    Online Library
    Mobile Tech
    Future Learner
    Peer chat
    Learning Portal
    Open University
    E-mentor
    Virtual Class
    Learning communities
    Intranet
    Outsourced learning
    10
  • 20. Creator of an “infinite Bazaar” in PLE ( Schaffert,2008, p. 3)
    11
  • 21. Future learners frame of reference will determine the knowledge created
    Acquire Data
    Identify sources
    Process data
    Insightful Questioning
    Knowledge
    Re-evaluate
    Learners personal History
  • 22. Educate
    Chat
    Draw diagrams
    Blog
    Organize
    Send large files
    Search
    Personal Learning Environment Will be a place to
    Cite and store references
    Bookmark
    Share multimedia
    Schedule
    Network
    Collaborate
    Be educated
  • 23. Redefining of “self organized learning” (Schaffert & Hilzensauer, 2008, p. 1)
  • 24. Ownership of data will come into question
    in a
    Personal Learning Environment.
  • 25. The evolution of the teacher and learner
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    14
    13
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  • 26. Footnotes
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  • 27. References
    Brown, D. (2003a). Learner-Centered Conditions That Ensure Students' Success in Learning. Education (ChulaVista, Calif.), 124(1), 99-104, 107. Retrieved from OmniFile Full Text Mega database.
    Brown, K. (2003b). From Teacher-Centered to Learner-Centered Curriculum: Improving Learning in Diverse Classrooms. Education (ChulaVista, Calif.), 124(1), 49-54. Retrieved from OmniFile Full Text Mega database.
    Chang, S. (2004). Thr roles of mentors in nelectronic learning environments. AACE Journal. 12(3). 331-334. Retrieved from http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.130.9302&rep=rep1&type=pdf
    Henson, K. (2003). Foundations for Learner-Centered Education: A Knowledge Base. Education (ChulaVista, Calif.), 124(1), 5-16. Retrieved from OmniFile Full Text Mega database.
    Homitz, D.J. & Berg, Z.L. ( 2008). Using e-mentoring to sustain distance training and education The Learning Organization. 15(4), 326-335
    DOI 10.1108/09696470810879574
     
    Johnson, Mark and Liber, Oleg (2008). The Personal Learning Environment and the human condition:from theory to t eaching practice. Interactive Learning Environments, 16(1),3-15 DOI: 10.1080/10494820701772652
     
    Keats, D. & Schmidt, P. J. (2007).The genesis and emergence of Education 3.0 in higher education and its potential for Africa. First Monday. 12(3)
    Retrieved from URL: http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue12_3/keats/index.html
     
    Keengwe, J., Onchwari, G., & Onchwari, J. (2009). Technology and Student
    Learning: Toward a Learner-Centered Teaching Model. AACE Journal. 17(1), 11-22
  • 28. Kiboss,J.K. (2010). Pupils’ Perceptions of the Teacher’s Changing Role in E-Learning Physics Classroom Instruction. Creative Education1, 33-38 doi:10.4236/ce.2010.11006
    Lin,L. (2008). An Online Learning guide to Facilitate Leaner’s Rights to Education. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks. 12(1), 127-143
     
    McLoughlin,C. & Lee,M.J.W (2010). Personalised and self regulated learning in the Web 2.0
    era: International exemplars of innovative pedagogy using social software. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. 26(1), 28-43
     
    Schaffert ,S.& Hilzensauer, W.(2008). On the way towards Personal Learning Environments: Seven crucial aspects. eLearning Papers. no 9.
    Retrieved from http://www.elearningeuropa.info/files/media/media15975.pdf
     
    Shrestha,C. , May,S., Edirisingha,P., Burke,L. & Linsey,T. (2009). From Face-to-Face to e- Mentoring: Does the “e” Add Any Value for Mentors? International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. 20(2), 116-124
     
    Robinson,C. & Sebba, J. (2010). Personalising learning through the use of technology. Computers & Education 54(3) 767–775
     
    van Harmelen, M.(2008).Design trajectories: four experiments in PLE implementation. Interactive Learning Environments. 16(1), 35 — 46
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    Wilson, Scott(2008).Patterns of Personal Learning Environments. Interactive Learning Environments. 16(1), 17-34 DOI: 10.1080/10494820701772660

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