The natives are restless

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Presentation at EDEN 2008 on June 13.

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  • Hvor mange har hørt om Studio-drift – USITs digitalstudio? Hvor mange har benyttet seg av det?

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  • 1. The natives are restless Higher education and the culture of digital natives Susanne Koch, Gunnar Schei and Inger Carin Grøndal Educational Technology Group University of Oslo http://www.usit.uio.no/suf/dml/ Foto: Ilpo's Sojourn (flickr)
  • 2. Agenda
    • Who are we?
    • Traditional and competing views on education
    • Our view: Teachers and students cooperating
  • 3. Educational Technology Group
    • Permanent unit within the central university IT-center.
    • Mission: To actively contribute to processes of pedagogical innovation by providing technological solutions integrated in teaching and learning.
    • Coordination of central IT efforts in the area of ICT-supported teaching and learning .
  • 4. Old school: Teacher-centered education
    • The teachers own the truth
    • Teaching means transfering knowledge to the students
    • Learning is what gets into the students’ heads
  • 5. New school: Student-centered education
    • The students know the truth
    • Teaching means facilitating for learning
    • Learning means constructing knowledge
    • Students are assumed to be digital
    • natives
    • Teachers are assumed to be digital immigrants
  • 6. ” Our school”
    • Teachers have knowledge and digital competence
    • Internet makes knowledge available to all, including students
    • Students know some use of the available tools
    • Together they can explore how they can use the information and tools available to learn and to construct common knowledge
    Foto: Talent (flickr)
  • 7.
    • 76 per cent of Norwegians between 36 and 44 are online daily
    • Many of them have been digital since before the digital natives were born
    • Many of them are teachers
    Digital immigrants but not digital ignorant
  • 8.
    • Digital natives with digital learning strategies (25 per cent)
    • Google generation using digital tools just for fun (50 per cent)
    • 25 per cent do not use
    • the internet every day
    Digital natives but not digital experts Foto: merfam (flickr)
  • 9. New technologies, new cooperative strategies
    • Digital tools (i.e. blogs, wikis, Twitter etc.)
      • Students and teachers collaborate in the choice of tools
      • All tools are not automaticaly appropriate for learning
    • Digital content
      • Students and teachers collaborate in constructing knowledge based on the information availabel
      • What is good information?
      • What turns information into knowledge?
      • How do you qoute?
      • How do you mash and re-create?
    • This creates digital literacy and information competence
  • 10. Conclusion
    • The teaching strategy must consider the students’ digital competency and learning strategies
    • Digital tools change learning cultures and learning spaces
    • Digital tools expand our pedagogical tool box
    • Students know the tools, teachers know pedagogy, and together we can find out how to use the digital tools in teaching and learning
  • 11.
    • Thank you!
    • We would like you to talk to us!
    • Send us an email: dml-gruppen@usit.uio.no
    • http://www.usit.uio.no/suf/dml/
    • … or the old-fashioned way…
    Susanne Knut Inger