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  1. 1. 1TowardsTHE ENDof the term…How to keep “up date”Gleams of future learning
  2. 2. The state of the artis the highest level of development,as of a device, technique,or scientific field achieved at aparticular time.2
  3. 3. 3In the last quarter of the century,teachers have been trained touse the technology.
  4. 4. 4before1997
  5. 5. 5before1997
  6. 6. 61997
  7. 7. 72007
  8. 8. 82012
  9. 9. 9The rate of technology use is rapidly increasing1-More user friendly tools and software2-Opportunities of formal training for technology use
  10. 10. 10You should spend your time(maybe money) for aprofitablereturn…You can spend20 minutes forlearning how tomake a puzzlevia puzzlemakerYou can savehours oftimewhen teachingvocabularyNever forget !Technology is a valuable investment
  11. 11. 11Fromusing word processors to create worksheetstobeing a member of on line communities orpractice groups,Please try to see the opportunities ofUSING TECHNOLOGY…
  12. 12. Do not waste the sources you have…Keep in your mind:You cannot compensate the TIMEYOU WASTE.12Most people talk about killing the time…You cannot kill the time…And, I have never seen anyone who could kill the time…But the graveyards are full of people who were killed by the time…Farewell to ITEC / Eskici
  13. 13. One entry point into technology isonline courses in teachereducation(from short skills-based courses to the longer in-service training)13
  14. 14. 14Technology reshapes the education,consequently languagelearning
  15. 15. 15IWBs have changedthe mood of education
  16. 16. 16 THE PRESS
  17. 17. 17Battalgazi Anadolu Lisesinde akıllı tahta dönemi başladı.Battalgazi Anadolu Lisesi Müdürü Mustafa Adıgüzel, akıllı tahtakullanımının başlamasının ilçenin eğitim başarısında önemli roloynayacağına inandığını dile getirdi.FROM THE PRESS
  18. 18. 18Tablet PCs will take place in the classroomFROM THE PRESS
  19. 19. DynEdİngilizce Dil Eğitimi Sistemi, Bakanlığımızda kurulanana sunucu bilgisayarlar üzerinden öğrencilerinİngilizce öğrenmelerini sağlayan bir eğitim aracıdır.DynEd İngilizce Dil Eğitim Sistemi ilköğretimin 4, 5, 6,7 ve 8. sınıflarında uygulanan İngilizce öğretimprogramlarını destekler niteliktedir.Ayrıca, öğrencilere, okul veya evlerinde bilgisayarlarıbaşında çalışma imkânı sunmakta, öğrencilerinçalışmalarının sonuçlarının öğretmenleri tarafındanizlenmesi ve onlara rehberlik edilmesine olanaksağlamaktadır.From the official web site of Ministry of NationalEducation19
  20. 20. 20 is being used for 6 years
  21. 21. 21DynEd seems to improve some other potentialskills that our students have…
  22. 22. Do our teachercandidates keep up withthese changes?22
  23. 23. How to keep up-to-dateYou can follow different websites, blogs, and forumsregularly.When you think that there are huge number ofpages, blogs, forums etc., you can easilyrealise that it is really a time consumingstep.You can get benefit oftechnology in order to getbenefit from technology.The solution is(Really Simply Syndication)23
  24. 24. SYNDICATIONAn agency that buys articles, stories,photographs, etc., and distributes themfor simultaneous publication in a numberof newspapers or periodical(ANADOLU, CİHAN, DOĞAN, İHLAS)24
  25. 25. If you use an online reader (for that purpose) such asBloglines, Abilon etc, that readers1-Automatically go to all of the blogs and websites youare subscribed to,2-Checks for new postings and articles,3-Downloads the headlines of these into your RSSreader, in a list format.25Some websites (blogs, forums etc)share their content in a form thatis readable for some software
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  28. 28. 28You can then skimthrough theseheadlines to getan idea of recentpostings orarticles.To actually readany of the newcontent, you clickon the headline,and you accessthe wholecontent.
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  31. 31. 31The INTERNET andthe WORLD WIDEWEB (WWW or Web)are not the same, butthey are related.The Internet includes the Web, but it also includes other online protocols in addition tothe Web.In basic terms,The Internet is a massive system ofconnected international networks.World Wide Web is one type of serviceavailable within that network.
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  33. 33. VERY BRIEF HISTORY OFTHE INTERNETEmerged as a U.S. Defense project in 1973.The Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) aimed thata redundant, non-centralized international network ofcomputers could be vital for passing information along, inthe case of a nuclear disaster.ARPA developed “packet technology”It is the ability to send data across the network by breakingit up into separated data packets, addressed to a uniquemachine on the network.Packets take various routes through the network, thenreassemble themselves at the destination address.The common language used to perform the task of sendingdata packets over the Internet is referred to as aprotocol. 33
  34. 34. 34Packet technology
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  36. 36. This term is not much related totechnical specifications but itrefers to the way we use WEBand new emerging functions ofWEB.36
  37. 37. Web 2.0The World Wide Web was originally a collection of websites fordifferent purposes mostly for information sharing.Today the way we work with technology is changingand as a result the aspect of websites have changedThey are full computing platformsThey deliver services (function as completeschool, complete manufacturer)They provide applications (you can preparepuzzle, give exam and asses automatically)They are more social in nature; they invitepeople, match people and encourage sharing (facebooktwitter etc)37
  38. 38. Web 2.0Today people started to keep theirfavourites on websites (to share withthe others) instead of on their owncomputers.Social bookmarkingThese bookmarks are tagged and described, andanyone also using the site can benefit from yourcollection of useful addresses - as you can fromtheirs
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  42. 42. You can use web for continuousprofessional development by•Creating your own personalized pages•Finding blog feeds, video materials,essays and articles from a variety ofsources42
  43. 43. 43A site like this will constantly evolve and update to suit the teachersdevelopmental needs at any given point.
  44. 44. The future of online learningEconomy reshapes the community and alsomost affairs in community.People and organisations try to meet as much theirneeds as possible at the possible lowestcost.Learning and education are individual and social needsIf the costs of a few computers and a good Internetconnection are far lower than the more traditionalapproach of transporting participants and tutors to alocation for face-to-face training then on line learning willbe more feasible…Distributed learning…44
  45. 45. The future of online learningIn Distributed Learning…Students will no longer attend timetabledclasses for a certain number of hours per weekThey will undertake a lot of the repetitive workin self-access mode meeting colleagues and atutor for tutorial-based sessionsLife Long Learning will play an important role inour livesToday we have successful examples of distributed (or on linelearning)45
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  57. 57. 57While most of theuniversities aredealing with webtechnologyfor instructionalpurposesWe are trying to satisfyourselves by an ordinarysoftware that cannotmanage to arrangeregistration of a fewcourses without conflict…
  59. 59. Virtual(not actually existing but simulated)LearningA virtual learning environment (VLE)is an education system based on the Webthat models conventional real-worldeducation by integrating a set ofequivalent virtual concepts for tests,homework, classes, classrooms, and the like, andperhaps even museums and other externalacademic resources.59
  60. 60. 60Virtual reality (VR),is a term that applies to computer-simulatedenvironments that can simulate physicalpresence in places in the real world, as well asin imaginary worlds.Most current virtual reality environments are primarily visual experiences,displayed either on a computer screen or through special stereoscopic displays, butsome simulations include additional sensory information, such as sound throughspeakers or headphonesThe simplest form of VR is using 3d glasses
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  62. 62. 62Telepresence refers to a set of technologies whichallow a person to feel as if they were present,to give the appearance of being present, or to havean effect, via telerobotics (the area of roboticsconcerned with the control of robots from a distance,chiefly using wireless connections), at a place otherthan their true locationTelepresence
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  64. 64. 64Augmented reality (AR)(Extended, enlarged Reality)In addition to virtual reality, some other computergenerated sensory input can be added.AR is a combination of three factors.They are1-Real and virtual world.2-Interaction in the real time.3-3D world.Holographic is the most common application ofAugmented Reality
  65. 65. About M - Learning(Ubiquitous: Existing or being everywhere)65