The Nature of the Classroom of
the Future
By: Elizabeth Power
Education 6620
Dr. E. Murphy
Memorial University of Newfound...
3
As a result of
web-based
user
empower-
ment …..
…a paradigm
shift in
education….
…of the
magnitude of
the printing
press!
Learner
Centered
Pedagogy
18
10, 13
LEARNER -
CENTERED
ENVIRONMENTS
Informal
Collaborative
Engaging
Motivating
Real-life
Interests
Virtual
Teams
Creati...
Learner-Centered
Pedagogy Integration
17, 19, 22Collaborative
Technology
Learner-Centered
Pedagogy Integration
Reduce
Isolation
Increase Self-
Confidence
Variety of
Learning
Opportunities
Instruc...
13
Flexibility in Blended Learning
21
Instructor’s
lecture on
target topic
by
synthesizing
various
ideas
manifested
in learners’
online
messages
Learners
post
r...
9
Technology
Driven
Blogging
Podcasting
Wikis
Video-
conferencing
Chat
Rooms
Multimedia
Widgets
Research
Tools
Social
Bookma...
5
PERSONAL WEB
TECHNOLOGIES
FREE, OPEN,
ADAPTABLE,
USER-FRIENDLY
6, 20
Student
Space
TimeTraining
Parents
E-LEARNING FLEXIBILITY
2
16
Picture Smart Word Smart
Music Smart
Self Smart
Logic Smart
Nature Smart
Body Smart
People Smart
Virtual
Environment
Re...
Designing Future Online
Courses
Customized
&
Personalized
Awareness
of Learner
Differences
Integration of
Learning
Styles
...
Embrace value of ICT
Innovative Education Programs
Exposure to & Experience with
Online Strategies
TRAINING the
TEACHER of...
7
11
Embrace value of ICT
Blogging as a Reflective
Practice
Cyber Practicum
Innovative Education Programs
Exposure to & Experie...
REFERENCES
1. Battalio, J. (2009). Success in distance education: Do learning styles and multiple formats matter? The
Amer...
9. Greenwich Public Schools, (2010). Information Literacy. Retrieved November 22, 1010, from Greenwich
Public Schools Web ...
18. Maydonik, C. (2010). Learner centered pedagogy. Retrieved November 22, 2010, from
http://camilleteaches.com/etec-511/p...
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  1. 1. The Nature of the Classroom of the Future By: Elizabeth Power Education 6620 Dr. E. Murphy Memorial University of Newfoundland
  2. 2. 3 As a result of web-based user empower- ment ….. …a paradigm shift in education…. …of the magnitude of the printing press!
  3. 3. Learner Centered Pedagogy 18
  4. 4. 10, 13 LEARNER - CENTERED ENVIRONMENTS Informal Collaborative Engaging Motivating Real-life Interests Virtual Teams Creativity Involving Blended
  5. 5. Learner-Centered Pedagogy Integration 17, 19, 22Collaborative Technology
  6. 6. Learner-Centered Pedagogy Integration Reduce Isolation Increase Self- Confidence Variety of Learning Opportunities Instructional Opportunities Inclusion Collaborative Technology 17, 19, 22
  7. 7. 13
  8. 8. Flexibility in Blended Learning 21
  9. 9. Instructor’s lecture on target topic by synthesizing various ideas manifested in learners’ online messages Learners post reflections on issues raised by the instructor online Oral presentation and discussion by learners Instructor briefly introduces the topic of the next session Learners continue to discuss the previous topic online Learners post their prior understanding of the topic at the next session online Face-to-Face Online Face-to-Face Face-to-Face Online Online In-Class Off-Class The Teaching and Learning Cycle – Blended Learning 4
  10. 10. 9
  11. 11. Technology Driven Blogging Podcasting Wikis Video- conferencing Chat Rooms Multimedia Widgets Research Tools Social Bookmarking Personal Web Technologies 6, 8, 15, 20
  12. 12. 5
  13. 13. PERSONAL WEB TECHNOLOGIES FREE, OPEN, ADAPTABLE, USER-FRIENDLY 6, 20
  14. 14. Student Space TimeTraining Parents E-LEARNING FLEXIBILITY 2
  15. 15. 16 Picture Smart Word Smart Music Smart Self Smart Logic Smart Nature Smart Body Smart People Smart Virtual Environment Reading/ Conferencing Video Conference Problem-solving Technology Digital Research Virtual Environment Music/ Collaboration Individual Learning Environment Linking Learning Styles with Technology
  16. 16. Designing Future Online Courses Customized & Personalized Awareness of Learner Differences Integration of Learning Styles 1, 25
  17. 17. Embrace value of ICT Innovative Education Programs Exposure to & Experience with Online Strategies TRAINING the TEACHER of the FUTURE 14, 24
  18. 18. 7
  19. 19. 11
  20. 20. Embrace value of ICT Blogging as a Reflective Practice Cyber Practicum Innovative Education Programs Exposure to & Experience with Online Strategies Best Technological and Pedagogical Practices TRAINING the TEACHER of the FUTURE 12, 14, 23, 24
  21. 21. REFERENCES 1. Battalio, J. (2009). Success in distance education: Do learning styles and multiple formats matter? The American Journal of Distance Education, 23, 71-87. 2. Boulton, H. (2008). Managing e-Learning: What are the real implications for schools? The Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 6 (1), 11-18 3. Cifuentes, L., Sharp, A., Bulu, S., Benz, M., & Stough, L. (2010). Developing a Web 2.0-based system with user-authored content for community use and teacher education. Education Technology Research and Development, 58, 377-398. 4. Chen, W., & Looi, C.( ). Incorporating online discussion in face to face classroom learning: A new blended learning approach. 5. Courosa (2010). Networked Teacher. Retrieved November22, 2010, from Tangient LLC. Web site: k12learning20.wikispaces.com 6. Dyson, L., Litchfield, A., Lawrence, E., Raban, R., & Leijdekkers, P. (2009). Advancing the m-learning research agenda for active, experiential learning: Four case studies. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 25 (2), 250-267 7. Duke WorldPress (2010). Teaching (and Learning) with Google Earth. Retrieved November 22, 2010, from Duke World Press Web site: http://sites.duke.edu/blog/2010/01/11/teaching-and-learning-with- google-earth/ 8. George-Palilonis, J, & Filak, V. (2009). Blended Learning in the Visual Communications Classroom: Student Reflections on a Multimedia Course. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 7 (3), 247 – 256.
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  23. 23. 18. Maydonik, C. (2010). Learner centered pedagogy. Retrieved November 22, 2010, from http://camilleteaches.com/etec-511/philosophy-of-educational-technology/ 19. Mavrou, K., Lewis, A., Douglas, G. (2010). Researching computer-based collaborative learning in inclusive classrooms in Cyprus: The role of the computer. British Journal of Educational Technology. 41 (3), 486-501. 20. McElvaney, J., & Berge, Z. (2009). Weaving a personal web: Using online technologies to create customized, connected, and dynamic learning environments. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 35 (2). 21. Otto, R. (2003). Delivery Modes: Time and place. Retrieved November 22, 2010, from Cognitive Design Solutions, Inc. web site: http://www.cognitivedesignsolutions.com 22. Ray, L., & Atwill, K. (2005). The Web and Special Education. Computers in the Schools, 21 (3), 53-67. 23. Sammons, M., & Ruth, S. (2007). The invisible professor and the future of virtual faculty. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 4 (1). 24. Sprague, D., Maddux, C., Ferdig, R., & Albion, P. (2007). Online education: Issues and research questions. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 15 (2), 157-166. 25. Zhang, K., & Bonk, C. (2008). Addressing diverse learner preferences and intelligences with emerging technologies: Matching models to online opportunities. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 34 (2).
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