Technology Enabled Teaching

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  • Quick intro for both of us 5min
  • What would you like to get from today’s session?
  • What would you like to get from today’s session?
  • What would you like to get from today’s session?
  • What would you like to get from today’s session?
  • Printing press – 1st scholarly journals, allowed the easy communication of scientific discoveries.Authorship became profitable/ meaningful. This changed how people wrote. Because the same information landed on the same page things like, the citing of references, page numbering, tables of contents, indices etcChanged how people read – from oral readings to silent private readingsChanged languate. Latin declined as the use of national languages increasedBoosted adult literacy. Increased peoples ability to get informationDevelopment of copyrigtht laws to protect the notion of intellectual knowledgeIn the industrial revolution Newspapers became possible.
  • Large scale broadcast media. TV, phones, faxes, video, radio, photocopying, global travel, etc etc
  • Currently, we are in the ‘beginnings’ of the digital age. And just as it would have been impossible in 1440 to predict the impact upon society of the printing press and later the impact of electricity, we are still yet to live through most of the changes in society that will occur during this digital age.
  • Technology Enabled Teaching

    1. 1. Using Technology to Enhance Your Teaching<br />Dr Rachel Cowen, Research Staff Trainer, University of Manchester<br />Mr Alex Hardman, E-Learning Developer, University of Manchester<br />
    2. 2. About us<br />
    3. 3. (We know a little)About you<br />
    4. 4. (We know a little)About you<br />‘…list the technologies you have used’<br />
    5. 5. (We know a little)About you<br />What would you like to get out of this?<br />Knowledge of the range of possibilities<br />How they can be used <br />Without causing stress and confusion<br />Without being overly complicated<br />Signposting to further information<br />To know what the advantages are<br />Create more interesting lectures<br />To connect with large & small audiences with IT<br />
    6. 6. (We know a little)About you<br />What would you like to get out of this?<br />University support available/ contacts<br />Engaging teaching strategies<br />Less work for me ;)<br />Confidence<br />Assessment<br />Tips, ideas and shortcuts<br />Maybe some swimming with sharks <br />
    7. 7. Objectives<br />Identify and categorise the activities that you do in your teaching<br />Practice using some technologies that could be applied in your training<br />Consider different ways that technology could be incorporated into your teaching<br />Evaluate the technologies in a teaching context <br />
    8. 8. 1<br />Technologies change the way we do things and provide new opportunities/ challenges<br />
    9. 9. 1<br />Mechanical Age<br />Technologies change how we do things<br />
    10. 10. 1<br />Mechanical Age<br />Electronic Age<br />Technologies change how we do things<br />
    11. 11. 1<br />Mechanical Age<br />Electronic Age<br />Digital Age<br />Technologies change how we do things<br />
    12. 12. Living in a digital world<br />1<br />User generated recommendation<br />Blogging/ micro-blogging<br />Social bookmarking/ referencing<br />Wiki’s<br />Chat <br />Slide sharing<br />RSS<br />Podcasting (sharing audio)<br />Searching<br />WE CANcreate, publish, broadcast, connect, share, search<br />
    13. 13. We can categorise the types of activities that we use in our teaching<br />2<br />Image source: http://www.andrewroop.com/images/filing_cabinet.jpg<br />
    14. 14. We can categorise the types of activities that we use in our teaching<br />2<br />Discussion<br />Dissemination<br />Activities<br />Assessment/ QA<br />Others? – Administration? Marketing?<br />Image source: http://www.andrewroop.com/images/filing_cabinet.jpg<br />
    15. 15. 2<br />Activity – Think-Pair-Share<br />Think of all the activities that you do as part of your teaching. Add them to a category in the worksheet<br />Share with the person next to you<br />Share with the wider group<br />
    16. 16. Mind Map<br />2<br />
    17. 17. Sewing this together. . .<br />4<br />RSS<br />(Really Simple Syndication)<br />
    18. 18. Sewing this together. . .<br />4<br />RSS<br />Reader<br />(Really Simple Syndication)<br />
    19. 19. Sewing this together. . .<br />4<br />“Aggregation”<br />
    20. 20. 5<br />“powerful learning experiences are social, immersive, engaging, and participatory.”<br />George Veletsianos, October 2009<br />
    21. 21.
    22. 22. What questions does this raise?<br />How does this make you feel as a teacher?<br />Do you agree/ disagree with ‘participatory’?<br />

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