Mark Van't Hooft, Kent State University

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Ubiquitous Computing in Education: Creating 21st Century Learners

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  • These are my thoughts on education, and the role of (mobile) technology as I have seen and experienced it over the past 30+ years, as a student, teacher, researcher, parent, and tax payer. We have some large issues we need to deal with in the near future if we want educational institutions to truly reconnect with the rest of society. I should also mention that what I’m going to show and talk about are broad generalizations and of course there are always exceptions to the rule.
  • Mark Van't Hooft, Kent State University

    1. 1. Creating 21 st Century Learners (Reflections on Pedagogy) Mark van ‘t Hooft, PhD Kent State University Research Center for Educational Technology Kent, OH, USA Handheld Learning Conference London, UK October 2007
    2. 2. The Dilemma Our World
    3. 3. The Dilemma Our Schools Taiwan China Turkey Somalia India Myanmar USA
    4. 4. How Do We Solve This Problem? Some Thoughts….
    5. 5. Global World
    6. 6. Personalization and Customization
    7. 7. Networking and Collaboration
    8. 8. Learning in Context
    9. 9. (Mobile) Technologies
    10. 10. Learning in an Unpredictable Environment
    11. 11. And Finally… “ Do or do not, there is no try.”
    12. 12. http://www.rcet.org
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