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091020 Technology Integration And Adult Learning Ppt97

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  • 1. Alvaro H. Galvis, D.Ed. Director CETL at WSSU galvisal@wssu.edu
  • 2. Source: Gray (2006) http://blog.lib.umn.edu/gray0239/architecture/ Different tools have helped human beings deal with each other and with our environment. Today, interactions with others and the expansion of personal potential are best manifested via technology.
  • 3.
    • DIGITAL NATIVES
    • DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS
    • Preferences:
    • Receiving info quickly from multiple sources
    • Multitasking and parallel processing
    • Pictures, sounds and video before text
    • Hyperlinked sources
    • Interacting in “real time”
    • User generated content
    • Learning that is instant, relevant and fun
    • Preferences:
    • Controlled release of info from limited sources
    • Single or “focused” tasks
    • Often prefer to get information from text
    • Greater need for private and personal space for introspection
    • Like info presented linearly, logically and sequentially
    Source: Craig Bettles (2008), Capturing the imagination of the digital native. http://www.altfutures.com/pubs/Cultural_Coast_Forum_3-28.pdf
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  • 5. P roductivity tools L earning environments tools A ccess to cultural, and intellectual capital C ommunication tools E xploration of learning objects tools Source: Galvis, AH (2009) Establishing a PLACE for teaching technologies
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    • Which issues are most important for us to keep in mind as we create technology-based enabling environment for adult learners?
    • What concerns and challenges should we keep at the forefront of our awareness?
  • 9.
    • Which strategies and practices do we believe are most effective for helping adult learners thrive in and with the use of technology?
    • What other thoughts does this roundtable session spark regarding how to best nurture adult learners deal with technology?