Emerging trends and challenges for the XXI century education: Mar Camacho at TEDxReus

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The strong emergence of mobile devices and social media in our everyday lives has transformed the way we communicate and relate, and how we learn and teach. Mobile technologies have changed the nature of knowledge, how it is distributed and how it is accessed. The widespread use of mobile phones by young people, players, tablets, game consoles and all devices describe a scenario in which you can create and access new forms of knowledge, but requires a solid conceptual basis for the which to base their development. In addition, our students-often defined as digital natives, showed great skill in its use, which promotes the proliferation of social tools that enable new forms of expression and new languages.
In a globalized world completely, which blur the boundaries between the formal and informal, or virtual reality and where learning can take place anywhere at any time, it is absolutely necessary to include in the educational field the enormous potential these technologies and devices. Throughout the talk will offer an overview of these trends and address some of the challenges of teaching and learning in a mobile society.
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  • Emerging trends and challenges for the XXI century education: Mar Camacho at TEDxReus

    1. 1. http://www.flickr.com/photos/a7nthony/6943503830Amb el món a les nostres mans: reptes i tendències emergents per al’educació del segle XXI | Dra. Mar Camacho | Universitat Rovira iVirgili | TEDxReus | Novembre 2012
    2. 2. outline#1 The Knowledge Society: informing the nature of 21st century learners#2 m-learning & technologies to watch#3 What we do #URV#4 Future trends & challenges http://www.flickr.com/photos/fabricedenola/463833209
    3. 3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tsgentuso/
    4. 4. … “In my view, the concept of ‘knowledge societies’ is preferable to that of the ‘information society’ because it better captures the complexity and dynamism of the changes taking place. (...) The knowledge in question is important not only for economic growth but also for empowering and developing all sectors of society.”Abdul Waheed Khan (UNESCO general sub-director)
    5. 5. digital natives?
    6. 6. Marquina, 2008
    7. 7. learningbeyond theclassroom
    8. 8. Soft skills (EU):informational literacycommunicative abilities problem solving critical thinkingattitude towards changesocial intelligence
    9. 9. • At the time that a distinct learning culture emerges, in which learners take mobility as a departing point and become more visible as innovators, creators and producers they develop new skills, attributes and literacies enabled by mobile devices that offer them further possibilities to extend their learning and link the use of social media to their own context and interests. (Kukulska-Hume, 2010)
    10. 10. #emergingtechnologies
    11. 11. more personal – networked - fun - more interactive – spontaneous-shorter in duration - to the point - for instant use- engaging users to contribute and share -
    12. 12. The NMC Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition
    13. 13. #mobile apps Defined as the fastest growing dimension of the mobile space in higher education right now, with impacts on virtually every aspect ofinformal life,and increasingly, every discipline in the university.
    14. 14. #tablet computing higher education institutions are seeing them not just as an affordable solution for one-to-one learning, but also as a feature- rich tool for field and lab work, often times replacing far more expensive and cumbersome devices and equipment.
    15. 15. emerging technologies to watch in education ...
    16. 16. #1 m-learning
    17. 17. #BYOD
    18. 18. #2 social learning
    19. 19. La gente-jóvenes- que ahora pasan todasestas horas en la red, en redes sociales, mañana gobernarán el mundo. Juan M. Núñez, 2010
    20. 20. - Challenge -> to facilitate openprocesses and provide responses tothe needs of students, who usesocial networks to communicate butnot to learn
    21. 21. #3 augmented reality
    22. 22. #4 game-based learning Source: @jokay
    23. 23. #5 virtual worlds and metaverses
    24. 24. we can do that &more with the helpof our phones ....
    25. 25. taxonomia de actividades Actividades-tipo que pueden serllevadas a cabo a través de diferentes dispositivos móviles: (Laurillard, 2007) exploración investigacióngrabación, captura de sonidos, imágenes vídeos, textos ... construcción colectiva difusión reflexión -> mobile portfolios
    26. 26. • To design and pilot test the mobile phone supporting functions to enhance teacher development• To develop short training courses, supporting resources, and interactive functions that are appropriate for the commonly used mobile phone in the local context.• To explore the institutionalization mechanism to provide sustainable content development UNESCO, 2012
    27. 27. Olga Abadías, Alba Costa, Laura de la Morena
    28. 28. #m-activities
    29. 29. #geolocalization #AR & QR #mstorytelling#scavenger hunts #3D worlds
    30. 30. we can’t do anything without the help of our students ... anyway
    31. 31. ... and here’s the vision of ourstudents today ...
    32. 32. #to conclude ...
    33. 33. emerging technologies ... are reshaping the nature ofeducation. ... hold great potential forincreasing the access to informationas well as for promoting learning. ... are transforming classroomsinto more engaging, collaborativelearning environments and bettersuited to student’s specific needs,interests and learning styles…
    34. 34. our students ... are different from what theyused to be. ... need to be trained in theacquistion of skills that will allowthem to inhabit and adapt to arapidly changing society. ... need to be aware of thepotential of mobile technologies forempowering their learning
    35. 35. educational policies ... need to envision thetransformation of teaching andlearning for 21st-century skills andcitizenship. ... need to cater for non-traditional learning models, whichcan be further fueled by theintegration of emerging technologies. ... need to provide innovativeways in which mobile technologies canbe used to enhance the quality ofeducation and transform learning
    36. 36. http://www.flickr.com/photos/a7nthony/6943503830the world is in our hands ... WE AGREE ONTHAT...
    37. 37. ... we have the power to transform it!
    38. 38. moltes gràcies!!! @marett mar.camacho@urv.cat

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