Teachers as designersAPIBA Annual Seminar 2012In Memoriam Ana Armendáriz Prof. Mariel Amez Collage by M. Amez . Original photos http://mrg.bz/QF82qf and ttp://mrg.bz/WtxdBY
Education through the ages1- The Apprenticeship Era 2- Universal Schooling 3- Lifelong Learning Era Collins, A. & Halverson, R. (2009). Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology: The Digital Revolution and the Schools. New York: Teachers College Press.
Student expectations Freedom Customization Scrutiny Integrity and openness Entertainment and play Collaboration Speed Innovation Trilling, B. and Fadel , C. (2009) 21st Century Skills. Jossey-Bass Inc
Lifelong Learning Era"A one-size-fits-all factory modeland one-way broadcast approach tolearning does not work well forthese students." Trilling, B. and Fadel , C. (2009) 21st Century Skills. Jossey-Bass Inc.
What remains intact: human dimension with close attention to student needs reflection as part of learning experiences
New challenges: understand students/ computer relationship and impact on understanding rethink teaching strategies to develop changing literacy needs
Hague, Cassie and Payton, Sarah (2010)Digital literacy across the curriculum. Futurelab
21st century classroom Students: active learners Teachers: curriculum creators or innovators in their own classrooms Kimber, Kay, Pillay, Hitendra K, & Richards, Cameron (2002) Reclaiming Teacher Agency in a Student-Centred Digital World. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 30(2), pp. 155-167.
artistry and creativity, accomplished level of skills appreciative evaluation of existing elements vision for doing things differently and hopefully better adding intellectual value Kimber et al (2002)
Design Selection of materialsPersonalisation PlaySpeed Innovation
Young learners: spelling http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/spell/the-birthday-party
Young learners: vocabulary http://www.abcya.com/antonyms_synonyms_homonyms.htm
Vocabulary and writing http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/vocabulary-games/restaurant