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Rates of Change

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Cloud computing, mobile, tablets, 4G, internet TVs, social learning, learning analytics, game based learning, augmented reality and e-books are all being used now or are just on the horizon.  Change …

Cloud computing, mobile, tablets, 4G, internet TVs, social learning, learning analytics, game based learning, augmented reality and e-books are all being used now or are just on the horizon.  Change is all around us and the modern teacher needs to be adaptable and innovative. The rate of technological change appears to be getting faster. Can our existing cultures allows us to take advantage of the potential of emerging technologies? Or do we need to change the way we change?

Slides from a ten minute presentation on change delivered at RSC SW TurboTEL event.

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  • 1. Rates of Change
  • 2. James ClayILT & Learning Resources Manager Gloucestershire College @jamesclay elearnings tuff.net
  • 3. Culture
  • 4. Technology
  • 5. Pedagogy
  • 6. InnovationScepticism
  • 7. Time Travel
  • 8. Students today can’t prepare bark tocalculate their problems. They dependupon their slates which are moreexpensive. What will they do whentheir slate is dropped and it breaks?They will be unable to write.Teachers Conference, 1703
  • 9. Students today depend upon paper toomuch. They don’t know how to writeon slate without getting chalk dust allover themselves. They can’t clean a slateproperly. What will they do when theyrun out of paper?Principal’s Association, 1815
  • 10. Students depend too much on ink.They don’t know how to use apenknife to sharpen a pencil. Pen andink will never replace the pencil.National Association of Teachers, 1907
  • 11. Students today depend upon storebought ink. They don’t know how tomake their own. When they run outthey will be unable to write words orciphers until their next trip to thesettlement. This is a sad commentary onmodern education.The Rural Teacher, 1929
  • 12. Students today depend upon theseexpensive fountain pins. They can nolonger write with a straight pen and nib(not to mention sharpening their ownquills). W parents must not allow them eto wallow in such luxury to thedetriment of learning how to cope in thereal business world, which is not soextravagant.PTA Gazette, 1941
  • 13. Ball point pens will be the ruin ofeducation in our country. Students usethese devices and then throw themaway. The virtues of thrift and frugalityare being discarded. Business and bankswill never allow such expensive luxuries.The Federal Teacher, 1950
  • 14. Why ?
  • 15. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonivc/2266041961/
  • 16. http://www.flickr.com/photos/julie-king/3634487121/
  • 17. James Clay
  • 18. Change
  • 19. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tscarlisle/105063998/
  • 20. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bucher/684595491/
  • 21. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bibbit/2305233068/
  • 22. http://www.flickr.com/photos/raindog/5587390/
  • 23. Models
  • 24. http://static.seekingalpha.com/uploads/2008/8/18/saupload_gartner_hype_cycle1.jpg
  • 25. http://www.franteractive.net/resources/FranTerActive-TechStrategy-Technology-Cycles.jpg
  • 26. Technology
  • 27. Why ?
  • 28. Easier
  • 29. Faster
  • 30. Efficient
  • 31. Solution
  • 32. Problems?
  • 33. http://www.flickr.com/photos/frants/565598506/
  • 34. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jb1/3642852658
  • 35. Potential
  • 36. Context
  • 37. Technology
  • 38. Shiny Things
  • 39. First MobilePhone Call
  • 40. June 17th 1946
  • 41. First HandheldMobile Phone Call
  • 42. April 3rd 1973
  • 43. iPad
  • 44. First Tablet
  • 45. 1971
  • 46. e-Books
  • 47. Kindle
  • 48. Firste-Book Reader
  • 49. Project Gutenberg
  • 50. 1971
  • 51. We don’t knowwhat we want...
  • 52. ...well we think we do!
  • 53. “If I asked people whatthey wanted, they would have said faster horses!” Henry Ford
  • 54. “A lot of times,people dont know what they want until you show it to them.” Steve Jobs, Apple, 1998
  • 55. “We have always beenshameless about stealing great ideas.” Steve Jobs, Apple, 1995
  • 56. Vision
  • 57. EmergingTechnologies
  • 58. Tablets
  • 59. 4G
  • 60. Internet TV
  • 61. Social Learning
  • 62. Lisa Lavery
  • 63. Augmented Reality
  • 64. LearnerAnalytics
  • 65. http://flickr.com/photos/lecercle/1555038624/
  • 66. Done! ot th atit’s n i t? ple, issi m
  • 67. Problems
  • 68. Culture
  • 69. http://www.flickr.com/photos/travelinlibrarian/447138479
  • 70. e-Safety
  • 71. InnovationPreventionDepartment
  • 72. Cost
  • 73. Digital Divide
  • 74. Digital Natives
  • 75. Connectivity http://www.flickr.com/photos/nrkbeta/2255968144/in/photostream/
  • 76. Pace of change
  • 77. StaffDevelopment
  • 78. Support
  • 79. Big Problem rea llyt he ro blemB IG p
  • 80. Time
  • 81. Priorities
  • 82. Why?
  • 83. Lisa Lavery
  • 84. Learners
  • 85. James ClayILT & Learning Resources Manager Gloucestershire College @jamesclay elearnings tuff.net