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  • 1. LEARNING INTHE 21ST CENTURY What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 2. What are we talking about? Electronic Learning Nomad Learning Mobile Learning Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 3. Who are we talking about? Generation X Age group Social and economic circumstances Cognitive circumstances: the learner profile Generation Y Age group Social and economic circumstances Cognitive circumstances: the learner profile Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 4. Generation X Digital needs of Generation X Hybrid learning Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 5. GenerationY Digital needs of Generation Y Mobile learning Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 6. What distinguishes us GenX • Conventional speed • Mono speed • Linear approaches • Strong reading skills • Stand alone • Competitive • Behavioural learning • Separating learning and playing • Internalized learning (learning for oneself) • Lives in reality Digital Native • High speed (everything has to go fast) • Multi-tasking • Non-linear approaches • Iconic skills • Always connected • Collaborative • Learning by searching • Learning through playing • Externalized learning (sharing with others) • Preference for a fantasy world Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 7. What does the Digital Native do? Plays electronic games Communicates in writing (typing, texting) 24/7 Adept at f2f, he has hundreds of virtual friends Learns by trial & error, not user manuals Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 8. How does the Digital Native learn? Not only does he learn while playing, but he also enjoys changing the rules of play! Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 9. Who are his friends? Rather than playing alone, he could have a hundred friends… throughout the world! Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 10. He is a consumer of mass communication products Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it Videos Music Films Radio: Anywhere, anytime
  • 11. He finds everything he wants! The Digital Native does not hesitate to share and make changes to the works he finds or even to become a co-author! No need for permission ;-) Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 12. No rest for his friends! The Digital Native has hundreds of friends throughout the world. He is available on his mobile and on the Internet 24/7. He is able to have conversations with more than a dozen friends at a time while never losing track of what is being discussed. Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 13. The Digital Native learns… Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 14. The Learning Profile The Digital Native has a cognitive structure which permits him to: • Quickly understand the content with the help of icons • Multi-task • Mentally create blocks of information in a disconnected way (surfing the web), not in a linear way Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 15. Recommendations Preference for contents and activities which allow multi-tasking. Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 16. Use of mind map software programs . Recommendations Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 17. Being mobile at the museum Best Practice Mobile Learning Institute at the Smithsonian http://newlearninginstitute.org/digital-media-programs/museum- programs/smithsonian-institution Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 18. Museum of Fine Arts in Boston http://www.mfa.org/explore/MFA-guide Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it Being mobile at the museum
  • 19. Field Museum http://fieldmuseum.org/about/specimania Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it Being mobile at the museum
  • 20. Patton students produce museum video http://www.ftleavenworthlamp.com/features/x1221864670/ Patton-students-produce-museum-video Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it Being mobile at the museum
  • 21. Being mobile in the classroom Connected to class 24 hours a day (video: 2:27) http://greenville.wzzm13.com/news/education/66458- connected-class-24-hours-day?odyssey=tab|topnews|bc|large Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 22. Digital technology used throughout schools http://www.ftleavenworthlamp.com/news/x1882850236 /Digital-technology-used-throughout-schools Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it Being mobile in the classroom
  • 23. Pedagogical advantages of mobile technology in museums • Mobile technology can increase visitor engagement with the physical environment (Naismith et al. 2005) • Increase confidence, motivation and involvement of visitors, students and staff (Burkett 2005) • Easy access to mobile technology and mobility at a relatively low cost (Rey, Coen 2011) • Ability to learn anytime, anywhere (Miller 2012) • A flexibility within the possible pedagogical applications (various spatial layouts, groupe work) (Rey, Coen 2011) • Continuous learning in and outside of the classroom (mobility) (Rey, Coen 2011) • Allows technology to be used in a way that naturally ties into learning activities, guaranteeing a more integrated use of the mobile technology (Rey, Coen 2011) Learning in the 21st Century What the Digital Natives are saying about it
  • 24. TO LEARN MORE…. Bibliography Coen, P., Rey, J. (2011, July 3). Regards croisés entre professeurs et élèves sur l’intégration de l’iPod Touch comme outil d’apprentissage : première expérience et perspectives futures, frantice.net(3), 6-18. Retrieved April 19, 2012, from frantice.net. Miller, A., Infobourg. (2012, April 19). L’apprentissage mobile : un potentiel énorme. Retrieved April 19, 2012, from : http://www.infobourg.com/2012/04/10/apprentissage-mobile/. Naismith, L. & Smith, P (2009). Using Mobile Technologies for Multimedia Tours in a Traditional Museum Setting. In M. Ally (Ed.), Mobile Learning: Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training (pp. 247-264). Edmonton, AB: AU Press, Athabasca University. Mlearning Examples http://cc.mlearnopedia.com/examples/