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Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
Educational Computing and Technology 2.0
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Educational Computing and Technology 2.0

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Overview of new and emerging technologies, examples, challenges for teaching and learning, and next steps

Overview of new and emerging technologies, examples, challenges for teaching and learning, and next steps

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  • 1. Educational Computing and Technology 2.0 New Challenges and New Learners
  • 2. Future Trends Transparent technology Ubiquitous and pervasive technology Integrated technology Mobile and personal technology
  • 3. Transparent Technology Technology will blend into learning: Learning will blend into technology Use of technology to reach all learners Technology will be viewed as critical to learning and teaching Examples: Web sites, Classroom technology
  • 4. Ubiquitous and Pervasive Technology Access to technology will not be limited Availability of technology will not be limited Driven by changes in learners, society, and technology Examples: Wireless access, Mobile workstations
  • 5. Integrated Technology Technology will be a part of all teaching and learning environments, classrooms Technology will be used in all disciplines and all grade levels Examples: Technology-enhanced classrooms, Multimedia-rooms
  • 6. Mobile and Personal Technology Technology will now no longer be limited to a specific space or location Mobile technology is smaller, powerful, and “approximates” larger technology (i.e., notebooks vs. workstations) Technology can deliver personal and personalized content Examples: Cell phones, PDA’s, tablet PC’s
  • 7. The Challenge For instruction: Modify instruction, create instruction to make use of new technologies Become comfortable and familiar with technology to exploit instructional uses Multiple modalities may reach more students
  • 8. Student Expectations Students are more comfortable with technology Students expect technology to be a part of their lives, their learning Students will quickly assess technology for effectiveness
  • 9. Stakeholder Perspectives We all want our students to be prepared and equipped for the workforce We acknowledge that technology may change, but we know that NOT using technology may be more harmful We believe that technology will help in the teaching and learning process
  • 10. Next Steps Explore new - or unfamiliar - technology Identify instructional applications or problems to be addressed with technology USE technology Assess and evaluate the impact of technology on teaching and learning

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