21 st  Century Learning
A Few Trends Are Already Here and Growing…
Trend #1 Publishing & Content-Overload
 
 
 
 
With 100,000 added each day
 
Trend #2 Participation &  ‘ Pro-sumption’
 
 
http://twitter.com/scheekeong
 
Trend #3 Collaboration & Innovation
 
Original Bloom’s Revised Bloom’s
 
“ Collaboration is not a 21 st  century skill; it’s a 21 st  century  essential .”
Trend #4 Flat / Social Learning
 
 
 
Trend #5 The ‘Long Tail’
 
Yesterday Tomorrow Authority Transparency Consuming Producing Lecture Hallway Expert Facilitator “ Access to Information” ...
What Can Educators Do?
Lurk and Learn
Join the Conversation / Participate
Initiate Conversations on Web 2.0
Encourage Online Expression / Content Production
Promote / Teach New  (Cyber, Thinking, Real-world) Skills
References <ul><li>Hargadon, S. (2008) Web 2.0 is the future of education, Steve Hargadon’s blog, http://www.stevehargadon...
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  • Web 2.0's Impact on Education

    1. 1. 21 st Century Learning
    2. 2. A Few Trends Are Already Here and Growing…
    3. 3. Trend #1 Publishing & Content-Overload
    4. 8. With 100,000 added each day
    5. 10. Trend #2 Participation & ‘ Pro-sumption’
    6. 13. http://twitter.com/scheekeong
    7. 15. Trend #3 Collaboration & Innovation
    8. 17. Original Bloom’s Revised Bloom’s
    9. 19. “ Collaboration is not a 21 st century skill; it’s a 21 st century essential .”
    10. 20. Trend #4 Flat / Social Learning
    11. 24. Trend #5 The ‘Long Tail’
    12. 26. Yesterday Tomorrow Authority Transparency Consuming Producing Lecture Hallway Expert Facilitator “ Access to Information” “ Access to People” Publication Conversation Supply-Push Demand-Pull Formal Schooling Lifelong Learning
    13. 27. What Can Educators Do?
    14. 28. Lurk and Learn
    15. 29. Join the Conversation / Participate
    16. 30. Initiate Conversations on Web 2.0
    17. 31. Encourage Online Expression / Content Production
    18. 32. Promote / Teach New (Cyber, Thinking, Real-world) Skills
    19. 33. References <ul><li>Hargadon, S. (2008) Web 2.0 is the future of education, Steve Hargadon’s blog, http://www.stevehargadon.com/2008/03/web-20-is-future-of-education.html </li></ul>Photo Credits <ul><li>Flickr http://www.flickr.com </li></ul>
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