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Misco ncept  ions:
D igital
     Impl icatio ns for
        ing a nd Lea rning
 Teach
 Glenn Cockerline                   ...
.ca = Canada, not California!             Us @ home
                                           Brandon, Manitoba




 Us h...
Our home
Our home




           Going to Work
Our home
                           Glenn

                                   Mike




           Going to Work
Our home
                                             Glenn

                                                     Mike



...
Typical Canadian
  Luxury Hotel
Hoser!      eh?




Mounties & Hockey: Canadian Icons
Speaking
           of

Stereotypes
     &

 Generalizations ...
d igita l na tives   iGeneration

millen nials
                         e tG en
                       N
Ge n Y
Who are our students?
  (demographics)
       Academic Background
        ! 91 - B.A.
        ! 39 - B.Sc.
        ! 25 - ...
Age:
 ! Range: 20 – 47 years
 ! Mean: 24.9 years


            Gender:
 !              70% Female


                      ...
data from 2009

100% own a computer
97% own a cell phone

83% own an iPod™
83% have downloaded music

67% regularly downlo...
Time spent on:
      Daily Times (minutes)
       127 - computer time @ Home
        80 - watching TV
        67 - compute...
What did we ask?
What did we ask?

1) What were their competencies with ICT?
What did we ask?

1) What were their competencies with ICT?




2) Which computer application did they use?
fi nd ...
         did we
W h at


 Regarding Competencies with ICT ?
Greatest Competence (>3.0 on a 0-4 scale)




            ICT Competencies
Minimal Competence (<0.99)




            ICT Competencies
ICT Competencies




                         Generat
                                 ional
                         diff...
ICT Competencies

                           Gender
                         differenc
                                  e...
efind ...
  hat di dw
W

Regarding which computer applications
           students use ?
Applications related to School Life


     e-Mail                    2.91
     Word Processing           2.86
     Google ...
Applications related to Personal Interests

      Social Networking Sites!   2.53
      Music - Listening!         2.49
  ...
And what of applications teachers might use?

        Blogs & Wikis!        0.85
        Database management! 0.81
       ...
Significant Differences by Generation




       Computer Applications
Significant Differences by Gender




      Computer Applications
ations for
   I   m plic

              nd Learning ?
    ching   a
Tea
BTW ...




          The REAL Manitoba
go to our blog:

http://ictology.blogspot.com/2010/07/digital-native-eh-
                      digital.html

for discussio...
Image Credits
slide 3
igloo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/us_mission_canada/4555636256/
dogsled: http://www.flickr.com/photo...
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  1. 1. Misco ncept ions: D igital Impl icatio ns for ing a nd Lea rning Teach Glenn Cockerline Mike Nantais CockerlineG@BrandonU.ca NantaisM@BrandonU.ca Brandon University Faculty of Education
  2. 2. .ca = Canada, not California! Us @ home Brandon, Manitoba Us here Photos from home
  3. 3. Our home
  4. 4. Our home Going to Work
  5. 5. Our home Glenn Mike Going to Work
  6. 6. Our home Glenn Mike Going to Work Public Transportation
  7. 7. Typical Canadian Luxury Hotel
  8. 8. Hoser! eh? Mounties & Hockey: Canadian Icons
  9. 9. Speaking of Stereotypes & Generalizations ...
  10. 10. d igita l na tives iGeneration millen nials e tG en N Ge n Y
  11. 11. Who are our students? (demographics) Academic Background ! 91 - B.A. ! 39 - B.Sc. ! 25 - B.G.S. ! 15 - B.P.E.S. ! 10 - B.Mus. (3 Concurrent) ! 3 - Other
  12. 12. Age: ! Range: 20 – 47 years ! Mean: 24.9 years Gender: ! 70% Female Marital Status: ! 60% Single
  13. 13. data from 2009 100% own a computer 97% own a cell phone 83% own an iPod™ 83% have downloaded music 67% regularly download music 86% use text messaging 86% use social networking sites
  14. 14. Time spent on: Daily Times (minutes) 127 - computer time @ Home 80 - watching TV 67 - computer time @ School 48 - listening to radio 32 - talking on the phone 31 - listening to iPod 17 - travel time to classes 11 - gaming Other 25 - text messages per day 9 - hrs of paid work per week
  15. 15. What did we ask?
  16. 16. What did we ask? 1) What were their competencies with ICT?
  17. 17. What did we ask? 1) What were their competencies with ICT? 2) Which computer application did they use?
  18. 18. fi nd ... did we W h at Regarding Competencies with ICT ?
  19. 19. Greatest Competence (>3.0 on a 0-4 scale) ICT Competencies
  20. 20. Minimal Competence (<0.99) ICT Competencies
  21. 21. ICT Competencies Generat ional differen ces *refer to data handout
  22. 22. ICT Competencies Gender differenc es *refer to data handout
  23. 23. efind ... hat di dw W Regarding which computer applications students use ?
  24. 24. Applications related to School Life e-Mail 2.91 Word Processing 2.86 Google 2.81 Computer Applications scale: 0 (heavily used) -3 (rarely used)
  25. 25. Applications related to Personal Interests Social Networking Sites! 2.53 Music - Listening! 2.49 Online Banking! 2.14 Music Sharing! 2.01 Photography! 2.00 News Feeds ! 1.96 YouTube! 1.96 Computer Applications
  26. 26. And what of applications teachers might use? Blogs & Wikis! 0.85 Database management! 0.81 Social Sharing Sites! 0.69 Skype! 0.64 Fan Fiction! 0.58 Movie Production! 0.48 PodCasts 0.44 Computer Applications
  27. 27. Significant Differences by Generation Computer Applications
  28. 28. Significant Differences by Gender Computer Applications
  29. 29. ations for I m plic nd Learning ? ching a Tea
  30. 30. BTW ... The REAL Manitoba
  31. 31. go to our blog: http://ictology.blogspot.com/2010/07/digital-native-eh- digital.html for discussion & links to this slide deck, handouts & more! Thank y ou!
  32. 32. Image Credits slide 3 igloo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/us_mission_canada/4555636256/ dogsled: http://www.flickr.com/photos/question_everything/3276784708/ Snow vehicle: http://www.flickr.com/photos/us_mission_canada/4555636290/in/ photostream slide 4 ice hotel (out): http://www.flickr.com/photos/magicfoundry/3124551251/ ice hotel (reception): http://www.flickr.com/photos/bjaglin/423069981/ ice hotel (suite): http://www.flickr.com/photos/ncarey/50130471/ slide 5 “Mounties”: original on flickr, remixed by M. Nantais slide 11 clock: microsoft clip-art remainder of photos & word clouds by M. Nantais
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