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ed6620powerclassroomofthefuture
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  • 1. The Nature of the Classroom of the Future By: Elizabeth Power Education 6620 Dr. E. Murphy Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • 2. 3 As a result of web-based user empower- ment ….. …a paradigm shift in education…. …of the magnitude of the printing press!
  • 3. Learner Centered Pedagogy 18
  • 4. 10, 13 LEARNER - CENTERED ENVIRONMENTS Informal Collaborative Engaging Motivating Real-life Interests Virtual Teams Creativity Involving Blended
  • 5. Learner-Centered Pedagogy Integration 17, 19, 22Collaborative Technology
  • 6. Learner-Centered Pedagogy Integration Reduce Isolation Increase Self- Confidence Variety of Learning Opportunities Instructional Opportunities Inclusion Collaborative Technology 17, 19, 22
  • 7. 13
  • 8. Flexibility in Blended Learning 21
  • 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. 9
  • 11. Technology Driven Blogging Podcasting Wikis Video- conferencing Chat Rooms Multimedia Widgets Research Tools Social Bookmarking Personal Web Technologies 6, 8, 15, 20
  • 12. 5
  • 13. PERSONAL WEB TECHNOLOGIES FREE, OPEN, ADAPTABLE, USER-FRIENDLY 6, 20
  • 14. Student Space TimeTraining Parents E-LEARNING FLEXIBILITY 2
  • 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. Designing Future Online Courses Customized & Personalized Awareness of Learner Differences Integration of Learning Styles 1, 25
  • 17. Embrace value of ICT Innovative Education Programs Exposure to & Experience with Online Strategies TRAINING the TEACHER of the FUTURE 14, 24
  • 18. 7
  • 19. 11
  • 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
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