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The Future Clasroom

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Ponencia de Eva (Profesora de la Universidad de Estocolmo)

Ponencia de Eva (Profesora de la Universidad de Estocolmo)

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  • 1. The future classroom experiences from Stockholm University Eva Edman Stålbrandt eva.edman-stalbrandt@did.su.se Santander, Fundación M. Botín – Stockholm University, July 2010
  • 2. Overview
    • Sweden
    • School-system
    • ICT in schools
    • Workshop
    • Pedagogical glasses
    • Classroom of the future at Stockholm university
  • 3. Background
    • 9,3 million people
    • 4 alliance parties government
    • World records: 47% women
    • High tax burden
    • Social welfare system
    • High speed adopting new technology
  • 4.
    • Pree school 1-5 years old (curriculum)
    • Pree school class 6 years- old, 97% volontary
    • 9- years Compulsary school 7-16 (1842) Leisure time centre 6-12 years (currriculum)
    • 3 – years volontary upper secondary school 16-19, 98%
    • University (free of charge)
    • 14 universities, 22 state colleges
    • 2007 Bologna process ECTS-system
    • 1991 municipality responsible for schools
    • 1994 new curricula: educational responsibility, teaching methods, non-traditional teacher roles, multimodal teaching materials
    Education
  • 5.
    • Knowledge of democracy
    • Basic educational values
    • Raise students to Democratic citizens
    • National curriculum 50% fostering 50% knowledge
    Democratic mission
  • 6.
    • 1995-2002 large investments
    • Market – forefront
    • 0,2 computers/student
    • Digital competence – fourth basic skill (researchers)
    • Investments – ICT-learning ITiS
    • ICT a question of democracy and equality basic educational values
    • Especially integrated in special education
    • Objective: ICT as a tool for awareness and learning
    • No national strategies – decentralized = Vast differences
    ICT in Sweden and in Swedish schools
  • 7.
    • E-learning individual initiative – culture
    • Teachers’ and academic staff’s lack of ICT competence
    • Implementation of a national ICT agenda
    • PISA results – Research – ICT systematic in all subjects
    • ICT focus in teacher education
    Challenges and issues
  • 8.
    • Content - Tool
    • User – Producer
    • Classroom – Society
    • Technology or not?
    Borders dissapear
  • 9.
    • How ICT can support teaching about ethics and values
    • Gapminder – how to use statstics for teaching ethics
    • Shaping ideas
    • History as reflection
  • 10.
    • Recources for teachers
    • ICT for teachers
    • Practical ICT and Media skills
    • http://www.pim.skolverket.se
    • http://www.lektion.se/lektioner
  • 11.
    • Recources for teachers and students 
    • Useful links
    • Source criticism
    • Media recources
    • Mother tongue tuition
    • Research
    • ”Anna’s cans”
  • 12. Workshop
    • En grupos o pares, id a: http://auladeayerhoyymanana.blogspot.com
    • Revisad una o dos websites, las que más os interesen.
    • Incluid un comentario en el blog con vuestras reflexiones sobre las websites: Pueden ser útiles para tu trabajo?
    • Por qué / Por qué no?
    • Cómo?
    • Aspectos positivos/negativos sobre las websites?
  • 13.
    • Socio-cultural perspective (Vygotsky, Wertsch, Säljö)
    • Knowledge – interaction
    • Learning – mediation – tools
    • The zone of proximal development
    • Scaffolding
  • 14.
    • Develop technology that supports a traditional classroom-based learning
    Develop tools for an interactive learning - that is when you need it and where you need it Future of the classroom
  • 15. Classroom of the future?
    • Aims:
    • Experimental environment
    • Exchange of experience
    • Pedagogical issues
  • 16. The classroom of the future?
    • A flexible interface between technical and pedagogical use of ICT.
    • Provide the use of ICT for students and faculty members.
    • A contribution to increasing exchange of experience between the Institute, authorities, schools and companies.
    • Open for staff, students, inservice teachers, principals and external users.
  • 17. Four areas
  • 18. Planning Inspiration Formulate questions Gather information Process of information Presentation Evaluation A learning process
  • 19. Technology
  • 20. But….
  • 21. Interface: physical – digital, well known - unknown
  • 22. Workshops
    • Digital portofolio
    • Digital storytelling
    • Webquest
    • Storyline
    • Internationalisation
    • The fifth dimension
    • Digital animation
    • Problem based learning
    • Case - method
  • 23. ?
    • Which students benefit from this method?
    • What happens with their motivation, responsibility, interaction, activity
    • What do they learn? Skills/knowledge/ attitudes?
    • What happens with the teacher’s role?
    • Relation – curriculum (fostering/knowledge)
    • Application
    • Advantages/disadvantages?
    • Video
  • 24.
    • Aims:
    • Experimental environment
    • Exchange of experience
    • Pedagogical issues
  • 25. Thank you for your attention!

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