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Emerging and future technology



For Walden University graduate class on Emerging Technology

For Walden University graduate class on Emerging Technology



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Emerging and future technology Presentation Transcript

  • 1. By: Melinda Duckett
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    • What makes the Jeopardy game so special?
    • Has it replaced every game you have used before in your classroom to review material?
    • Why or why not?
    • Do you think that any other technology can replace it now?
    • What about in the future?
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    • What do you remember about the Quiz Machine?
    • Why do think it is in the supply closet now?
    • Would you use it today with your students?
    • Do you think Classroom Jeopardy replaced the Quiz Machine? If so, why or why not?
    • Do you use Jeopardy?
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    • What do you remember about the Quiz Machine?
    • Did you play it often in your classroom?
    • Did your students seem to enjoy it?
    • What are your thoughts on Classroom Jeopardy?
    • Do you think Classroom Jeopardy replaced the Quiz Machine? If so, why or why not?
    • How has Classroom Jeopardy impacted your students and their performance on test?
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    • What are your thoughts on Classroom Jeopardy?
    • Did your students seem to enjoy playing the game?
    • Do you think that it had an impact on your student’s performance on test or quizzes?
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    • Definition: according to Moore’s Law- technology that becomes more powerful over time; considered a progression of growth (Thornburg 2009)
    • Was it useful in any explanations as to why the Quiz Machine emerged or became obsolete?
    • Does it explain the emergence of Jeopardy?
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    • Definition: Technology reinvented to meet current needs of society
    • Was it helpful in explaining why the Quiz Machine originally emerged as new technology and why it became obsolete?
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    • Definition: Rekindles something from the distant past
    • Was it helpful in explaining why Jeopardy replaced the Quiz Machine?
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    • Definition: when technology comes as a big surprise and replaces the current as well as successful technology
    • Was it helpful in any explanations of why the Quiz Machine emerged and then became obsolete?
    • Also, does it explain why Jeopardy emerged and replaced the Quiz Machine?
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    • Science Fiction: a different galaxy from where we live where science meets technology
    • Example: “Back to the Future”, “Paycheck”
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    • Copyright © 1990-2010 IMDb.com, Inc. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088763/
    • Laureate Education, Inc. (2009). Emerging and future technology. Baltimore: Author.
    • Rogers, E. M. (2003). Diffusion of innovations (5th ed.). New York: Free Press.
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    • Consent Form
    • Consent Form
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    • Consent Form
    • Consent Form
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    • Consent Form :
    • I am a student at Walden University, and I am conducting interviews for my Multimedia Presentation on Obsolete and Emerging Technology.  I am studying new emerging technology used in classrooms to help students review and prepare for test and exams.   During this study, you will be asked to answer some questions as to your opinion of this new emerging technology and the technology it replaced.  This interview was designed to be approximately twenty minutes in length .  However, please feel free to expand on the topic or talk about related ideas.  Also, if there are any questions you would rather not answer or that you do not feel comfortable answering, please say so and we will stop the interview or move on to the next question, whichever you prefer.
    • All the information will be kept confidential.  I will keep the data in a secure place.  Only I, members of my course, and the course instructor, Dr. David Thornburg, will have access to this information. Upon completion of this project, all data will be destroyed or stored in a secure location.  
    • Participant's Agreement: I am aware that my participation in this interview is voluntary.  I understand the intent and purpose of this research.  If, for any reason, at any time, I wish to stop the interview, I may do so without having to give an explanation.  I am aware the data will be used in an Emerging Technology Project.  I have the right to review, comment on, and/or withdraw information prior to the Project's submission.  The data gathered in this study is confidential with respect to my personal identity unless I specify otherwise.     I understand if I say anything that I believe may incriminate myself, the interviewer will immediately rewind the tape and record over the potentially incriminating information.  The interviewer will then ask me if I would like to continue the interview. If I have any questions about this study, I am free to contact the course instructor at Walden University.   I have been offered a copy of this consent form that I may keep for my own reference. I have read the above form and, with the understanding that I can withdraw at any time and for whatever reason, I consent to participate in the interview. _______________________                                                    ___________________ Participant's signature                                                                          Date _______________________ Interviewer's signature