21st Century Perspectives on Learning, Teaching and Technology<br />
Advances in technology, information,and communication, have changed the way learning and instruction are carried out.<br />
TheInternet broke through and changed everything<br />
Students today are doing things differently from those 20 years ago<br />
Across the Years<br />Y<br />Baby Boomers<br />Gen X<br />Gen Z ?<br />Veterans<br />2000<br />1965<br />1980<br />1945<br...
Across the Years<br />Y<br />Baby Boomers<br />Gen X<br />Gen Z ?<br />Veterans<br />2000<br />1965<br />1980<br />1945<br...
Paper-based culture<br />
Screen-based culture<br />
Sources of Information<br />
Learning Environments<br />Broadcast Television / Radio<br />Mobile<br /> Learning <br />INFORMAL<br /> Learning <br />Onl...
Learning Tools<br />
Modes of Communication<br />
Y<br />Advent of the internet<br />Culture of technology<br />Changes in modes communication<br />Changes in the forms of ...
digital natives“born with I.T.”They don’t know any other way<br />Y<br />
21st<br />century<br />Educators are faced with even more CHALLENGES than the last century<br />
Tech-Savvy<br />Multi-Taskers<br />Personal<br />Hands-On<br />Visual<br />Collaborative<br />Goal-Oriented<br />Social<br...
Knowing the 21st Century Learner<br />Infotective- why’s and how’s- various information sources- purposeful information<br />
THEY GET INFORMATION ANYWHERE<br />
Where’s the Conflict?<br />vs.<br />21st Century Learner<br />Traditional Teacher<br />
Where’s the Conflict?<br />vs.<br />TraditionalLearner<br />ModernLearner<br />
Beliefs                  FILE SHARING<br />
Beliefs        INFORMAL LEARNING<br />
Trust                   NEW SOURCES<br />
Old Learner vs. New Learner<br />Techno-Phobic<br />Tech-Savvy<br />Sequential<br />Multi-Tasker<br />Formal<br />Personal...
Old Learner vs. New Learner<br />Text Based<br />Visual<br />Competitive<br />Collaborative<br />Task-Oriented<br />Goal-O...
Shift in Learning Theories for the Online Environment<br />
Teachers have to keep up Technology Literacy Media LiteracyOnline CommunicationInternet Tools<br />
Students with 21st century skills require teachers with 21st century skills too!<br />
21st Century Skilled Teacher<br />Computer-Savvy<br />Creative<br />Critical<br />Constructive<br />Connected <br />Commun...
Time for a different kind of university    -- kaplan<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e50YBu14j3U<br />
Thank You! kiran.budhrani@delasalle.ph<br />
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  • Content that used to simply come in a print format typically in book and encyclopedias are now found in many other digital sources
  • Learning environments have moved from being highly structured closed environments to a more open and accessible
  • Learning tools are mostly technology-based. Even children have their own laptops today.
  • Learning tools are mostly technology-based. Even children have their own laptops today.
  • Multi-tasking as a way of lifeComfortable with doing / thinking of several things at a timeNon-linearTech-SavvyThey feel they are good with technologyThey can use anything without reading manualTrial and errorConnectedStaying connected is essentialThey don’t know any other waySocial and CollaborativeNeed for peers, support, socializingCommunicativePersonal RelationshipsDifferent modes of expressionOwn languageVisualReading is the last optionWatch a video , see a picture firstHands-onDoing is more important than knowing
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    1. 21st Century Perspectives on Learning, Teaching and Technology<br />
    2. Advances in technology, information,and communication, have changed the way learning and instruction are carried out.<br />
    3. TheInternet broke through and changed everything<br />
    4. Students today are doing things differently from those 20 years ago<br />
    5. Across the Years<br />Y<br />Baby Boomers<br />Gen X<br />Gen Z ?<br />Veterans<br />2000<br />1965<br />1980<br />1945<br />Generation Y<br />Millennials<br />Echo Boomers<br />Baby Busters<br />Net Gen<br />Generation Next<br />Nintendo Generation<br />Boomlets<br />
    6. Across the Years<br />Y<br />Baby Boomers<br />Gen X<br />Gen Z ?<br />Veterans<br />2000<br />1965<br />1980<br />1945<br />shifts happened<br />
    7. Paper-based culture<br />
    8. Screen-based culture<br />
    9. Sources of Information<br />
    10. Learning Environments<br />Broadcast Television / Radio<br />Mobile<br /> Learning <br />INFORMAL<br /> Learning <br />Online <br />Learning <br />School-based<br />Multimedia<br />OPEN<br />ACCESSIBLE<br />CLOSED<br />STRUCTURED<br />
    11. Learning Tools<br />
    12. Modes of Communication<br />
    13. Y<br />Advent of the internet<br />Culture of technology<br />Changes in modes communication<br />Changes in the forms of information<br />
    14. digital natives“born with I.T.”They don’t know any other way<br />Y<br />
    15. 21st<br />century<br />Educators are faced with even more CHALLENGES than the last century<br />
    16. Tech-Savvy<br />Multi-Taskers<br />Personal<br />Hands-On<br />Visual<br />Collaborative<br />Goal-Oriented<br />Social<br />Y<br />
    17. Knowing the 21st Century Learner<br />Infotective- why’s and how’s- various information sources- purposeful information<br />
    18. THEY GET INFORMATION ANYWHERE<br />
    19. Where’s the Conflict?<br />vs.<br />21st Century Learner<br />Traditional Teacher<br />
    20. Where’s the Conflict?<br />vs.<br />TraditionalLearner<br />ModernLearner<br />
    21. Beliefs FILE SHARING<br />
    22. Beliefs INFORMAL LEARNING<br />
    23. Trust NEW SOURCES<br />
    24. Old Learner vs. New Learner<br />Techno-Phobic<br />Tech-Savvy<br />Sequential<br />Multi-Tasker<br />Formal<br />Personal<br />Passive<br />Hands-On<br />
    25. Old Learner vs. New Learner<br />Text Based<br />Visual<br />Competitive<br />Collaborative<br />Task-Oriented<br />Goal-Oriented<br />Private<br />Social<br />
    26. Shift in Learning Theories for the Online Environment<br />
    27. Teachers have to keep up Technology Literacy Media LiteracyOnline CommunicationInternet Tools<br />
    28. Students with 21st century skills require teachers with 21st century skills too!<br />
    29. 21st Century Skilled Teacher<br />Computer-Savvy<br />Creative<br />Critical<br />Constructive<br />Connected <br />Communicative <br />
    30. Time for a different kind of university -- kaplan<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e50YBu14j3U<br />
    31. Thank You! kiran.budhrani@delasalle.ph<br />

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