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  • How well are we preparing the future teacher for the next ten years? How can facilitators make sure that learning is occurring using various technologies?How important is social networking to understanding methods of teaching?
  • Schools had limited access to the Internet. It was slow, some where dial up, and the primary use was for researching information. There may have only been one computer lab in the school and not many instructors would take their classes to the lab.
  • The way information is being delivered has drastically changed over the last decade. It is no longer just face-2-face. These various environments has caused me to focus more in-depth on the following
  • I believe that as a 21st century educator; needs to incorporate communication, collaboration, and cooperation in all curriculum areas. Achieving the skills and the tools to assist students to be successful communicators and collaborators is my goal as an educator.
  • Are we preparing future teachers for the next wave of learning? Research is showing there is a growing disconnect on what students are learning in the classroom compared to what is currently occurring outside of their learning environment. During 2008-2009, I was involved with University of Wisconsin-Stout’s graduation certification program on E-Learning and Online Education. I began to reflect on what are schools doing to make a connection between school, student, community. Are social networks really helping in the way students learn? Having completed my certification, I realized that I would like to pursue further study on how technology, learner, and facilitator work together.
  • Learner participation
  • Researching Web 2.0 tools and how learning and teaching should be incorporated into the classroom is my research interest. Technology-cloud computing (reduces the need to install applications on individual computers, only uses resources when needed, housed virtually, would this help eliminate problems with personal computers in an online environment?) Social Operating Systems (focuses on
  • I believe training of new teachers to
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    • 1. In the past 10 years, Web access, the nature of the Web, and contexts for learning have been transformed, along with the emergence of desired technological competencies for learners, teachers, and administrators. Internet connectivity in schools, homes, neighborhoods, and communities has become increasingly pervasive. Since the mid-1990s, the percentage of public schools connected to the Internet exploded from 35% to 100%.(Greenhow et al., 2009)
    • 2. A Network of Learners
      Michelle J. Gibson Herman
    • 3. The Beginning
      Face-2-Face Environment
      Facilitator focused
      Limited to brick and mortar
      First generation Web or Web 1.0 was limited in access
      Information only (read only)
      Not interactive
    • 4. Currently
      Face-to-face classrooms
      Facilitator focused
      Technological advancements
      Social interaction amongst groups
      Blended classrooms
      Allows for collaboration of ideas
      Ability to have face-to-face contact
      Online classroom
      Incorporation of social networks
      Participation in various Web 2.0 environments
      Global community of learners
    • 5. Three C’s Essential for the21st Educator
    • 6. What is Current Research Finding with Current Instruction
      Levin et al. (2002) surveying 3,000 public school students, identified a “digital disconnect” (p. v) between students and their schools, with students claiming their teachers had not yet shifted their teaching to respond to the new ways students communicate and use the Web beyond their classrooms.
      National School Boards Association (2007) reported that students’ online sharing in social network sites involves education and learning. Sixty percent of students surveyed reported using their social network sites to talk about education topics.
    • 7. Research Questions
      What is the learner participation and identity as it relates to competencies, practices, and policies of learning institutions?
      Is the way information that is being delivered virtually, quickly changing and affecting the way learning is being learned?
      What value does the facilitator provide in the way learning is being learned?
    • 8. My Research Interests
      Technology driven future
      Interactions of learners and facilitators using:
      Cloud Computing
      Social Operating Systems
      Relevant Delivery System
      Learners
      Educationally beneficial
      Ease of access and content
      Facilitators
      Effective communicators
      Effectively guide and direct collaboration amongst groups
    • 9. Application: Research to Instruction
      Computer Applications Methods
      Core fundamentals
      Keyboarding
      Office Suite
      Inclusion of Web 2.0 tools
      Technological devices
      Interactive whiteboards
      Tablets
      iPods
      others
      Accounting Methods
      Core fundamentals
      Technological devices
      Inclusion of Web 2.0 tools
      Student Portfolios
      Example:
      http://sites.google.com/site/gibsonhermaneportfolio/
    • 10. Preparing the Future Teacher
      Needs to embrace technology
      Needs to incorporate collaborative tools
      Relevant to learner of today
      Preparation: the tools of a successful facilitator of learners
      Needs to continue to incorporate fundamentals into curriculum
      Needs to engage learner to higher level of thinking
    • 11. Key to the learning process are the interactions among students themselves, the interactions between faculty and students, and the collaboration in learning that results from these interactions. ~Palloff and Pratt.
      Questions?
    • 12. References
      Greenhow, C., Robelia, B., & Huges, J. E., (2009). Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship in a Digital Age: Web 2.0 and Classroom Research: What Path Should We Take Now?. Educational Researcher, 38, Retrieved June 19, 2010 from edr.sagepub.com/cgi/content/ful/38/4/246?ijkey=V3cfgimrwwqew&keytype=ref&siteid=spedr
      Levin, A., Madden, M., Macgill, A. R., & Smith, A. (2002). The digital disconnect: The widening gap between Internet-savvy students and their schools. Washington, DC: Pew Internet and American Life Project. Retrieved June 19, 2010, from www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/67/report_display.asp
      National School Boards Association. (2007). Creating and connecting: Research and guidelines on social and educational networking. Retrieved June 19, 2010, from www.nsba.org/SecondaryMenu/TLN/CreatingandConnecting.aspx
      Palloff, R. M., & Pratt, K., (2007). Building Online Learning Communities: Effective Strategies for the Virtual Classroom (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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