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A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
A grass-root history of e-learning
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  • 1. A Grass-Root History of e-Learning
      • - Adriano De Vita -
      • e-l Blog - http://www.weblearning.it/
  • 2. Early times: technology
      • 1800-1960
      • Postal services allow remote learners to be “connected” with a teacher
  • 3. Early times: metaphor
      • Is it a teacher?
      • Are you (learner) an empty tank?
      • Yes, you are
      • This is the catechist model: learner is vasum receptionis (Paolo di Tarso)
  • 4. Early times: how to... Read Memorize Take the quiz
  • 5. Middle Age: technology 1960-1980 Mass media, broadcasting + not connected personal computer allows many learners to “utilize” a course (one-to-many)
  • 6. Middle Age: metaphor Oh, you again! Yes, but improved. No more an empty tank, but.. Learners are programmable devices. People = Computer
  • 7. Middle Age: how to... Pc instead of teachers But still ... Read + Memorize + Quiz... alone = demotivation Computer Aided Training Computer based Training Open Learning
  • 8. Modern times: technology 2000->today ADSL Wi-Fi Laptop PDA Learning Management Systems
  • 9. Modern Times: metaphor The learner is an explorer and a knowledge builde r He need a good guidance
  • 10. Modern Times: how to...
      • rete
    focus on networking and communication in a Learning Management System
  • 11. Tomorrow: technology (web 2.0?)
  • 12. Tomorrow: metaphor Map of the Internet Map of the Nervous System
  • 13. Tomorrow: how to... Network of people , not of computers Work Groups Problem solving Work -flow learning Learning communities
  • 14. Well, hmmm... What about it?
    • Internet is an HABITAT – not a tool.
    • Mind is SOCIAL and DISTIBUTED – not individual.
    • Social networks are creative and not programmable
    • Life Long Learning is impossible without the web: Face-to-Face learning is for 5-7% (max) of the people (it is expensive!).
    • Times are a-changing...
      • very fast for technology
      • very slow for culture and social systems
      • So, we often don't see the change
  • 15. Vocational enterpreneurship training in Slovenia, Italy and EU Slides produced for the Meeting:
      • State of the art and future needs
      • September 26 – 28, 2007
      • ECIPA S.c.a.r.l. - 30175 Marghera (VE) - Via della Pila 3/B
      • http://www.ecipaveneto.it/

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