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  • The emergence of new technology has shaped and influenced our perceptions about teaching and learning. Educators have been faced with a myriad of fascinating and challenging questions about how to engage learners and meet outcomes. In this session you will be able to contextualize these changes and discover how to adapt your approach in a manner that will promote active learning and improve student performance.   Program Review / Distributed Learning / Faculty SupportDoctoral studentUse in the classroomPersonalPassive incomePlanning / connectingCommunity 
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Media ecology in the classroom.online Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Media Ecology in the ClassroomMark Elliott
  • 2. Theory Practice
  • 3. How has digitaltechnology disruptededucation?
  • 4. (Prensky, 2001) DigitalImmigrant Digital Native
  • 5. What is Media Ecology?The interpretation of media asenvironments that alter perceptions andvalues(Salas, 2007)
  • 6. Now
  • 7. Outcome Alignment CourseProfession/Industry Program Graduate
  • 8. Knowles (1980) Adults bring lifeAdults are internally experiences and Adults are goalmotivated and self- knowledge to oriented directed learning experiencesAdults are relevancy Adult learners like to Adults are practical oriented be respected
  • 9. Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy (cognitive)
  • 10. Link
  • 11. Link
  • 12. Link
  • 13. PLN (Personal Learning Network) (Couros, 2006)
  • 14. (Couros, 2006)
  • 15. What technologyare you using in theclassroom?
  • 16. Wikis• Wikipedia.org
  • 17. Sync.in• Collaborative Writing• http://sync.in/• Test page• http://sync.in/zoHpGzAKB1• http://tinyurl.com/7t2ymgy
  • 18. Google Docs - Collaborative Spreadsheet• http://bit.ly/K6muV5
  • 19. Poll Everywhere
  • 20. VoiceThread
  • 21. Mobile LearningQR Code Generator• http://qrcode.kaywa.com/
  • 22. Doceri (Do-sair-e)
  • 23. Notability Dragon Dictation
  • 24. Theory Practice
  • 25. Contactmark.elliott@keyano.cawww.markselliott.comTwitter @markselliott