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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
  • 3. Learner Centered Pedagogy
    18
  • 4. 10, 13
  • 5. 17, 19, 22
    Collaborative Technology
    Learner-Centered Pedagogy
    Integration
  • 6. Collaborative Technology
    17, 19, 22
    Learner-Centered Pedagogy
    Integration
  • 7. 13
  • 8. Flexibility in Blended Learning
    21
  • 9. The Teaching and Learning Cycle – Blended Learning
    Face-to-Face Online Face-to-Face Face-to-Face
    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
    In-Class
    Online Online
    Learners continue to discuss the previous topic online
    Learners post their prior understanding of the topic at the next session online
    Off-Class
    4
  • 10. 9
  • 11. 6, 8, 15, 20
  • 12. 5
  • 13. 6, 20
    PERSONAL WEB TECHNOLOGIES
    FREE, OPEN, ADAPTABLE, USER-FRIENDLY
  • 14. E-LEARNING
    FLEXIBILITY
    2
  • 15. Reading/ Conferencing
    Virtual Environment
    Music/ Collaboration
    Picture Smart
    Word Smart
    Individual Learning Environment
    Music Smart
    Virtual Environment
    Linking
    Learning Styles with
    Technology
    Self Smart
    Body Smart
    Video Conference
    Digital Research
    People Smart
    Nature Smart
    Problem-solving Technology
    16
    Logic Smart
  • 16. 1, 25
  • 17. TRAINING the TEACHER of the FUTURE
    14, 24
  • 18. Blogging As
    Reflective Practice
    7
  • 19. 11
    Virtual School
  • 20. TRAINING the TEACHER of the FUTURE
    12, 14, 23, 24
  • 21. Thank you
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