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  • 1. New media, old culture Mart Laanpere ( [email_address] ) Centre for Eduational Technology (www.htk.tlu.ee) Tallinn University (www.tlu.ee)
  • 2. Roadmap
    • Against the confrontation of new media, old culture:
      • Pedagogical view
      • Policy view
      • School projects view
    • Old wisdom: proverbs about learning and teaching
  • 3. ICT and cultures of learning
    • Meaningful use of ICT for teaching and learning depends on teachers’ beliefs (implicit theories of learning and teaching)
    • Alternative perspectives on “good teaching” (Pratt):
      • Transmission: effective delivery of content
      • Developmental: cultivating the ways of thinking
      • Apprenticeship: modeling the ways of being
      • Nurturing: facilitating self-efficacy
      • Social reform: seeking a better society
  • 4. E-learning
    • Postmodern times: no „grand theories“ of education, many small ones have little impact on pedagogical behavior of teachers
    • E-learning as an engine (and $) of pedagogical innovation
    • Genealogy of e-learning: CBT + DE
    • E-learning is dead!? (Teemu Leinonen)
  • 5. Technology and innovation in schooling
    • Socrates: books will kill the learning
    • Gutenberg: “normalised” knowledge
    • Comenius: Didactica Magna
    • Skinner: science of teaching
    • Papert: jet engine and horse carriage
    • Evidence-based educational reform and pendulum effect
  • 6. Ecological approach: constructivist learning environments
    • D.H. Jonassen: 21st century’s teachers need instead of 3R (Reading, wRiting, aRithmetics) the skills of designing learning environments that balance 3 C-s:
      • Authentic Context for learning
      • Knowledge Construction
      • Collaboration
  • 7. Jonassen’s 3C model Context Collaboration Construction KNOWLEDGE Modeling process Authentic tasks Apprenticeship Situated learning Case-based problems Multiple perspectives Indexed meanings Coaching Social negotiation of meaning Articulation Reflection Mental models Intentions, expectations Internal negotiation Domain-specific reasoning Invention, exploration
  • 8. School projects: combining new media and old culture
    • Digitalisation of cultural heritage
    • The stories of our grandparents
    • Examples
    • Teachers as researchers
  • 9. Questions?

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