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From the Pearson Platforms OEB workshop entitled Education 3.0. Blurb: ...

From the Pearson Platforms OEB workshop entitled Education 3.0. Blurb:

The era of Web 3.0 promises great opportunities for personalisation in our lives and in education. However, is education ready to embrace the opportunities? Students will demand that it does. Educators must separate the technologies that really add value from those that don’t. Join us as we discuss educational practices and theories from past to present and beyond. We will show you practical examples of resources that are meeting the strategic and pedagogic needs of education today.

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  • Education 3.0 Dr. Jeff D Borden – jeffb@ecollege.com Scott Anderberg – scotta@ecollege.com Garnet Berry – garnet.berry@fronter.com
  • Teaching Perspective
  • Today’s Facilitators
  • Learning Today
  • Agenda
    • Level Setting
    • IBM “Smart Planet for Education” List
      • Importance of research
      • Cross-curricular courses
      • Teaching Creativity
      • The new competencies
      • Authentic assessment
      • Personalized Learning
    • Summary
  • Agenda
    • Level Setting
    • IBM “Smart Planet for Education” List
      • Stop ignoring research
        • Columbia University
      • Cross-curricular courses
        • The Pink Room (video)
      • Teach students how to be creative / innovative
        • Equella
      • Teach the new competencies
        • LMS as Aggregator
      • Real life, practical assessment
        • Nursing Neighborhood
      • Personalized Learning
        • MyLabs
  • Level Setting 1
  • Evolution of Generational Learning
  • Generation M
    • Multi-tasker
    • Media
    • Multi-Modal
    • Multi-Nodal
    • Variance (Differentiation) Makes Reaching Them Possible
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  • Understanding the Individual
    • Differentiation: “By definition, differentiation is wary of approaches to teaching and learning that standardize. Standard-issue students are rare , and educational approaches that ignore academic diversity in favor of standardization are likely to be counterproductive in reaching the full range of learners.” – Tomlinson (2006)
  • Clasped Hands
  • Are Students Life-Ready?
    • 2008 Oxford Survey of “Most Important Employee Skills”
    • Employers said employees achieved 15% of these regularly
  • Technology Can Help: History Pin
  • Technology Demands Purpose
    • “ Students know when technology without purpose is being imposed on them.”
      • Allan Heap, Center for Internet Technology
      • Welding, Telescopes, Automotive, Microscopes, Cadavers, Architecture Software, Bridge Construction Tools, Etc
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  • Disrupting Class
  • But Students Still Demand Technology…
    • The average American student’s College / University is ____ miles from where the student lives:
    • 1980: 5m
    • 2006: 50m
    • 2009: 78m
    • Eduventures, 2009
  • How Do We Fix Education? 2
  • Smarter Planet Experts Webcast: What needs to change in education?
    • Stop ignoring research
  • Brain Research
    • Multi-Modal & Multi-Nodal
    • Focus Shifts
    • Impacts on Learning
      • Sleep
      • Caffeine
      • Culture
      • Personality
      • Air Temperature
      • Hunger
    • Visual indexing
  • RED BLUE GREEN YELLOW BLUE RED YELLOW GREEN BLUE GREEN RED YELLOW
  • Active Learning
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  • Columbia University
    • Scott
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  • Smarter Planet Experts Webcast: What needs to change in education?
    • Stop ignoring research
    • Cross-curricular courses
  • Mystery @ MIT
    • 400 Students
    • 20 Faculty
    • 2 Weekends
    • Curriculum Integration
      • Nursing
      • Engineering
      • Chemistry
      • Journalism
      • Political Science
  • The Pink Room (video)
    • Garnet
  • Smarter Planet Experts Webcast: What needs to change in education?
    • Stop ignoring research
    • Cross-curricular courses
    • Teach students how to be creative / innovative
    • http://smarterplanet.tumblr.com/post/381892250/smarter-students-for-a-smarter-planet-live (Feb 10, 2010)
  • Ages In History
  • Information
    • 2008: Internet Data = 27,000 Library of Congress’
    • 2009: YouTube Data = 2008 Internet Data (6.1 million videos)
    • 2010: Facebook Data = 2009 YouTube Data (5 th largest country)
    • 2011: Ghost Blogs = 2010 Facebook Data
  • Important Future Quote
    • “ In the long run, excesses of technology mean that the comparative advantage shifts from those with information glut to those with ordered knowledge ; from those who can process vast amounts of blab to those who can explain what is worth knowing and why…” (Ratinoff, 1995)
  • Creativity “ Chief Executives believe that – more than rigor, management discipline, integrity, or even vision – navigating an increasingly complex world will require creativity.” 80% of employers seeking creative employees cannot find them to hire… IBM 2010 Global CEO Survey 1500 CEO’s from 60 Countries
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  • Equella
    • Garnet
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  • Discover Babylon
  • Smarter Planet Experts Webcast: What needs to change in education?
    • Stop ignoring research
    • Cross-curricular courses
    • Teach students how to be creative / innovative
    • Teach core, communication, computer, cultural, and collaboration competencies
  • Today’s Learning Competencies: T Shapes
    • Core Competencies
      • Literacy, Math, Science, Critical Thinking, Social Sciences, Reasoning, Pattern Recognition
    • Creative Competencies
      • Innovation, Resourcefulness, Problem Solving / Finding
    • Communication / Collaboration Competencies
      • Linguistic, Technological, Interpersonal, Group, Narrative
    • Cultural Competencies
      • The World Is Flat, Micro-cultures, Macro-cultures
    • Computer Competencies
      • Social, Search, Process
  • Communication Competence
    • Nonverbal Communication: 86%
      • Haptics
      • Objectics
      • Proxemics
      • Chronemics
      • Optics
      • Vocalics
      • Kinesics
        • Facial Mirroring
  • Mirroring
  • LMS as Aggregator
    • Garnet
  • The Mixxer
  • Mobile Learning
    • Eventually…
      • Announcements
      • Discussions
      • What’s New
      • Tests
      • Surveys
      • Content
      • Dropbox Submissions
      • Etc
  • Crowd Sourcing
    • www.edistorm.com
    • www.betterme.com
    • www.crocodoc.com
    • www.thinkfold.com
  • Smarter Planet Experts Webcast: What needs to change in education?
    • Stop ignoring research
    • Cross-curricular courses
    • Teach students how to be creative / innovative
    • Teach core, communication, computer, cultural, and collaboration competencies
    • Authentic / Practical Assessment
  • Personalization: Problem Based Learning
  • Compelling Q uestions
  • Compelling Questions
  • Assessment Methods
    • Thinking critically / making judgments
    • (Developing arguments, reflecting, evaluating, assessing, judging)
    • Essay
    • Report
    • Journal
    • Letter of Advice to .... (about policy, public health matters .....)
    • Present a case for an interest group
    • Prepare a committee briefing paper for a specific meeting
    • Book review (or article) for a particular journal
    • Write a newspaper article for a foreign newspaper
    • Comment on an article's theoretical perspective
    • Solving problems and developing plans
    • (Identifying problems, posing problems, defining problems, analyzing data, reviewing, designing experiments, planning, applying information)
    • Problem scenario
    • Group Project
    • Work-based problem
    • Prepare a committee of enquiry report
    • Draft a research bid to a realistic brief
    • Analyze a case
    • Conference paper (or notes for a conference paper plus annotated bibliography)
  • Assessment Methods
    • Performing procedures and demonstrating techniques
    • (Computation, taking readings, using equipment, following laboratory procedures, following protocols, carrying out instructions)
    • Demonstration
    • Role Play
    • Make a video (write script and produce/make a video)
    • Produce a poster
    • Lab report
    • Prepare an illustrated manual on using the equipment, for a particular audience
    • Observation of real or simulated professional practice
    • Simulations
    • Games
    • Zentation
    • Facilitate Web Chat
    • Managing and developing oneself
    • (Working co-operatively, working independently, learning independently, being self-directed, managing time, managing tasks, organizing)
    • Temporal Case Study
    • Gaming
    • Discussion
    • Journal
    • Blog
    • Portfolio
    • Learning Contract
    • Group work
    • Polls
    • Surveys
    • Self Check
    • Wiki
    • Immersive Gaming
  • Assessment Methods
    • Accessing and managing information
    • (Researching, investigating, interpreting, organizing information, reviewing and paraphrasing information, collecting data, searching and managing information sources, observing and interpreting)
    • Annotated bibliography
    • Project
    • Dissertation
    • Applied task
    • Applied problem
    • Wiki
    • Case Study
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Demonstrating knowledge and understanding
    • (Recalling, describing, reporting, recounting, recognizing, identifying, relating & interrelating)
    • Written examination
    • Oral examination
    • Essay
    • Report
    • Comment on the accuracy of a set of records
    • Devise an encyclopedia entry
    • Produce an A - Z of ...
    • Write an answer to a client's question
    • Short answer questions: True/False/ Multiple Choice Questions
  • Assessment Methods
    • Designing, creating, performing
    • (Imagining, visualizing, designing, producing, creating, innovating, performing)
    • Portfolio
    • Performance
    • Presentation
    • Hypothetical Illustration
    • Projects
    • Prezi
    • Mind Map
    • Mock / Real Interview
    • Teacher Others
    • Communicating
    • (One and two-way communication; communication within a group, verbal, written and non-verbal communication. Arguing, describing, advocating, interviewing, negotiating, presenting; using specific written forms)
    • Written presentation (essay, report, reflective paper etc.)
    • Oral presentation
    • Discussion/debate/role play
    • Participate in a 'Court of Enquiry'
    • Presentation to camera
    • Observation of real or simulated professional practice
    • GROUP WORK!!!
  • Nursing Neighborhood
    • Scott
  • Immersive Environments
  • Immersive Environments
  • Immersive Environments
  • Immersive Environments
  • Immersive Environments
  • Smarter Planet Experts Webcast: What needs to change in education?
    • Stop ignoring research
    • Cross-curricular courses
    • Teach students how to be creative / innovative
    • Teach core, communication, computer, cultural, and collaboration competencies
    • Real life, practical assessment
    • Personalized Learning
    • http://smarterplanet.tumblr.com/post/381892250/smarter-students-for-a-smarter-planet-live (Feb 10, 2010)
  • Personalization: Choice
  • Choose Your Own…
    • Adventure
    • Major
    • Emphasis
    • Textbook
    • Content
    • Lesson
    • Learning Style
    • Times
    • Group / Individual Assignments
    • Instructor
    • Pathway
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  • Creating A Custom Playlist for Students
    • Class lessons: Traditional lessons for the whole class help introduce a lesson or reteach material as needed.
    • Assessments: Teachers conduct regular formative assessments, using some quick digital applications and analytic tools, to determine students’ skills and academic needs.
    • Skill-building games: Computer-based games that focus on developing specific skills like vocabulary or multiplication facts.
    • Group projects: Students collaborate on assignments using technology and traditional research and presentation tools.
    • Independent Research: Assignments outside of class using online and traditional resources give students the chance to guide their own learning.
    • Online courses: Virtual learning could give students access to credit-recovery or accelerated courses, as well as enrichment and intervention activities.
    • Tutoring: One-on-one or small-group tutoring sessions, on-site or virtually, aid students who are struggling academically.
    • Site Visits: Students can tap into outside educational resources, such as museums, libraries, and local historical sites.
    • Blogs: Students can write blog entries to demonstrate what they’ve learned, outline their research, and communicate with their teachers.
    • ETC
    Experts recommend teachers utilize a variety of tools and activities to address personalized learning:
  • MyLabs
    • Scott
  • Summing Up 2
  • Smarter Planet Experts Webcast: What needs to change in education?
    • Stop ignoring research
    • Cross-curricular courses
    • Teach students how to be creative / innovative
    • Teach core, communication, computer, cultural, and collaboration competencies
    • Real life, practical assessment
    • Personalized Learning
    • http://smarterplanet.tumblr.com/post/381892250/smarter-students-for-a-smarter-planet-live (Feb 10, 2010)
  • Students…
  • Thank You! Jeff D Borden, M.A. Senior Director of Teaching & Learning [email_address]