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The future of learning
The future of learning
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James Clay from Gloucestershire College gives a presentation on the future of learning at the MIMAS Mobile Learning event. …

James Clay from Gloucestershire College gives a presentation on the future of learning at the MIMAS Mobile Learning event.

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  • 1. The future of learning... James Clay Gloucestershire College Gloucestershire College Gloucestershire College
  • 2. So what is the future of learning?
  • 3. Before we look to the future, we need to look to the past...
  • 4. Six weeks off so we can get the harvest in...
  • 5. Victorian classroom
  • 6. Classroom in Gloucestershire College
  • 7. Best of both?
  • 8. Computer suite?
  • 9. Teacher
  • 10. Spending all day on Facebook...
  • 11. PAT Tested?
  • 12. Using a computer
  • 13. YouTube in the Dance Studio
  • 14. The future...
  • 15. Immersive technologies?
  • 16. On the phone...
  • 17. Multi-tasking
  • 18. On the Nintendo DS
  • 19. Talking on the phone
  • 20. Laptop in the cafe
  • 21. Using my computer, my 3G and my DVD player!
  • 22. Learning in the coffee shop
  • 23. Is this mobile learning?
  • 24. Learning together with technology
  • 25. Collaboration
  • 26. Boxes!
  • 27. We need to blur the boxes we put learning in.
  • 28. The future...
  • 29. Microphone
  • 30. Audio
  • 31. HD Camera
  • 32. PSP Camera
  • 33. Camera on a mobile phone
  • 34. Video
  • 35. GPS
  • 36. GPS and location based learning
  • 37. Books
  • 38. e-Books
  • 39. Venice
  • 40. We need to ensure easy and cheap connectivity, through wifi or 3G
  • 41. Batteries
  • 42. We need to ensure long battery life.
  • 43. Penknife
  • 44. Do you want one device which does four things badly or a device which does one thing well?
  • 45. Change?
  • 46. Management of Change?
  • 47. So you plan to take small steps, one at a time....
  • 48. What do you do if a step is missing?
  • 49. What do you do if a step is broken?
  • 50. Isn’t it quicker to avoid the steps and jump down?
  • 51. We need to be responsive to changes in technology and society.
  • 52. We need to focus on activity and not creating content.
  • 53. We need to build in flexibility.
  • 54. We need to share resources, context and activities.
  • 55. We need to collaborate and work together.
  • 56. We need to reward and ensure innovation.
  • 57. We need to encourage experimentation.
  • 58. We need to change the way we assess.
  • 59. It’s all about changing the culture.
  • 60. Use technology as a solution not just because it is cool technology.
  • 61. The future?
  • 62. The future is learners.
  • 63. Learners choosing how and where they learn.
  • 64. Using a wide range of resources and technologies.
  • 65. Mobile technologies are not just for the young.
  • 66. Not all young people are “digital natives”. The term is not helpful.
  • 67. Learners want to learn where they want to.
  • 68. It’s all about the learners, young old, whoever.
  • 69. Learners
  • 70. Any questions?
  • 71. The future... James Clay Gloucestershire College elearningstuff.wordpress.com twitter.com/jamesclay twitter.com/jamesclay twitter.com/jamesclay twitter.com/jamesclay twitter.com/jamesclay

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