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Professional Development Day at Bay College in Escanaba, MI. January 7, 2009. Second session in the morning

Professional Development Day at Bay College in Escanaba, MI. January 7, 2009. Second session in the morning

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Bay College Michigan Teaching w/Technology Myths & Realities Bay College Michigan Teaching w/Technology Myths & Realities Presentation Transcript

  • Myths and Realities of Teaching with Technology Barry Dahl, CTO Lake Superior College Duluth, Minnesota
  • Clicker Time (again)
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  • Myths and Realities of Teaching with Technology For each of these, just pick a side. No middle ground allowed. Which do you think is most true?
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  • Time to learn new things
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  • Not this kind of entertainment
  • More like a Tupperware Party
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    • Net Generation
    • Next Generation
    • Nexters
    • Generation Y
    • Generation Why
    • Millennials
    • Digital Natives
    • Generation Now
    • iGeneration
    • Echo Boomers
    • Google
    • Generation
    • Nintendo
    • Generation
    • Screenagers
    • That’s Crazy talk.
    • Let’s consolidate.
    • Digital
    • Net-Gennials
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  • They have very few technology skills that we expect them to use in higher education.
  • They have very few technology skills that we expect them to use in higher education. Whose problem is that?
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  • VLE or PLE?
    • Virtual learning environments need to become more open, more flexible, more creative and less restrictive.
    • VLE’s need to become more personal.
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  • Barry Dahl Lake Superior College barrydahl.com desire2blog.blogspot.com [email_address]