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  • The Shifting Education Landscape: Networked Learning
  • http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/03/ff_aiclass/all/1
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    • 1. The Shifting Education Landscape: Networked LearningLee Rainie, Director, Pew Internet Project3.26.12Monterey InstituteEmail: Lrainie@pewinternet.orgTwitter: @Lrainie PewInternet.org
    • 2. Broadbandfacilitatesnetworkedinformation
    • 3. Social mediaaids peer-to-peer learningby doing
    • 4. Mobileconnectivityalterslearningvenues andexpectations
    • 5. New kindsof learnersemerge
    • 6. Digital Revolution 1Internet (80%) and Broadband at home (66%) 71% 66%
    • 7. Internet users – 80%
    • 8. Broadband at home – 64%
    • 9. Networked creators are everywhere (two-thirds of adults; three-quarters of teens)• 66% of int. users are social networking site users• 55% share photos• 37% contribute rankings and ratings• 33% create content tags• 30% share personal creations• 26% post comments on sites and blogs• 15% have personal website• 15% are content remixers• 14% are bloggers• 13% use Twitter• 6% location services – 9% allow location awareness from social media – 23% maps etc.
    • 10. 56% of adults own laptops –up from 30% in 200652% of adults own DVRs –up from 3% in 200244% of adults own MP3 players –up from 11% in 200542% of adults own game consoles19% of adults own e-book readers - Kindle19% of adults own tablet computer - iPad
    • 11. Broadband Pervasivefacilitates medianetworkedinformation Links and multimedia Self-paced learning Analytics
    • 12. Digital Revolution 2:Mobile phones – 88% of adults 327.6 Total U.S. population: 315.5 million 2011
    • 13. Digital devices Younger Older Silent G.I. All online Millennials Gen X Boomers Boomers Generation Generation adults (18-34) (35-46) (47-56) (57-65) (66-74) (75+) (18+)Cell phone 96% 94% 87% 84% 77% 52% 88%Desktopcomputer 55% 67% 62% 61% 48% 29% 57%Laptopcomputer 70% 63% 58% 49% 32% 14% 56%iPod or MP3player 69% 57% 36% 24% 10% 5% 44%Gameconsole 63% 63% 38% 19% 8% 3% 42%e-Bookreader 19% 25% 18% 12% 9% 5% 19%Tablet, likeiPad 23% 23% 16% 14% 8% 3% 19%
    • 14. Smartphones – 46%
    • 15. Changes in smartphone ownership
    • 16. Cell phones as connecting tools % of cell owners • 64% send photo or video – Post video 25% • 55% access social net. site • 30% watch a video • 11% have purchased a product • 11% charitable donation by text • 60% (of Twitter users) access Twitter 2/22/2011 17
    • 17. Texting takes off and talking slips
    • 18. Apps – 50% of adults
    • 19. Mobile Augmentedconnectivity realityalterslearning Attentionvenues and zones morphexpectations Pervasive,New access Real-time perpetualpoints to sharing, just- awarenessknowledge in-time of social(AAA) searching networks
    • 20. Digital Revolution 3Social networking – 52% of all adults % of internet users
    • 21. Social media Facilitates rise ofaids peer-to- amateur expertspeer learningby doingElevates DIYlearning insoc.nets Changes Increases the role of character of social networks in soc.nets
    • 22. In the midst of all this, what’s happening with learning?
    • 23. Teacher research• Teachers are teched-up personally and in class – Bloggers, SNS, Twitter users, Wikipedia• Divided about their aptitude vs. students• Tech makes students fundamentally different now in capacities and learning styles• Tech has good/bad impacts on students’ lives – Media savvy / sharing / immersive / broadening – Distracted / less-info savvy / prone to shortcuts
    • 24. Good news for new methodsPresidents Predict the Future of Online Learning% saying more than half of their undergraduate students have taken/will be taking anonline class
    • 25. Not-so-good newsPublic Views on Learning Online vs. in the Classroom In general, do you think a course taken only online provides an equal educational value compared with a course taken in person in a classroom, or not? (%)
    • 26. College presidents weigh inPresidents’ Views on Learning Online vs. in the Classroom Generally speaking, do you believe a course taken online provides an equal educational value compared with a course taken in person in a classroom, or not? (%)
    • 27. More oriented New kinds towards being of learners nodes of emerge production More reliant on feedback and responseMore self-directed More inclined toBetter arrayed to collaborationcapture new info
    • 28. What is the future of learning/knowledge? -- Shana Ratner (1997) “Emerging Issues in Learning Communities” Old: New:Learning as transaction Learning as a process Knowledge is Knowledge is objective and subjective and certain provisional
    • 29. What is the future of learning/knowledge? -- Shana Ratner (1997) “Emerging Issues in Learning Communities” Old: New:Learning as transaction Learning as a processLearners receive Learners create knowledge knowledge
    • 30. What is the future of learning/knowledge? -- Shana Ratner (1997) “Emerging Issues in Learning Communities” Old: New:Learning as transaction Learning as a processKnowledge is organized Knowledge is organized in stable, hierarchical “ecologically”- structures that can disciplines are be treated integrative and independently of one interactive another
    • 31. What is the future of learning/knowledge? -- Shana Ratner (1997) “Emerging Issues in Learning Communities” Old: New:Learning as transaction Learning as a processOur “intelligence” Our “intelligence” is based on our is based on our individual learning abilities communities
    • 32. Your map is wrong
    • 33. Thank you!
    • 34. • Stanford CS221 – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence• Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig• Google X, a lab created to incubate the company’s most ambitious and secretive projects. He was also free to pursue outside ventures.• In a few slides, he’d spelled out the nine essential components of a university education: admissions, lectures, peer interaction, professor interaction, problem-solving, assignments, exams, deadlines, and certification.