Enhancing Learning And Teaching With Ict 19th October Final 1.0

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  • 1. Enhancing Learning & Teaching with ICT - a glimpse of the future ? Paul Bradshaw October 19 th 2007
  • 2. “ The true aim of everyone who aspires to be a teacher should be, not to impart his own opinions, but to kindle minds.” Frederick William Robertson (1816 – 1853)
  • 3. Predicting the Future
  • 4. "I would not say that the future is necessarily less predictable than the past. I think the past was not predictable when it started.“ Donald Rumsfeld Former U.S. Secretary of State for Defense
  • 5. What will the 21 st Century be like? A view from the 1950’s A view from the 1970’s
  • 6.
    • MP3
    • DVD
    • 9/11
    • ASBO
    • Google
    • 3G phones
    • call centres
    • New Labour
    • Harry Potter
    • online banking
    • Rise of “Chindia”
    • reality television
    • digital photography
    • ebay & online shopping
    • awareness of climate change
    • Tesco and other supermarkets
    • expansion of the EU and the Euro
    • easyJet, ticketless and low cost airlines
    • online communities: MySpace, Second Life, YouTube, Ning!
    Significant changes since 1997
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  • 10. Shift Happens Google... Karl Fisch Did You Know?
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    • Around 1,400,000 UK school pupils have their own web pages
    • There are over 130,000,000 registered MySpace users
    • The BBC estimates that a new blog is created in the UK every second
    • In the UK, 70% of teenagers have a handheld games console, 90% have a home computer and a mobile phone
    • 70% of teachers have NEVER played a handheld games console
    • Advance of fibre technology already has capacity to send the equivalent of 1,900 CDs or 150 million phone calls per second into your home down a single strand of fibre
    Avalanche of technology - communications
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    • 1 Gigabyte = 1,000 Megabytes
    • 1 Terabyte = 1,000 Gigabytes
    • 1 Petabyte = 1,000 Terabytes
    • 1 Exabyte = 1,000 Petabytes
    • Current (2007) estimates of world repository of pictures, words, movies, amounts to 7 Exabytes
    • At this rate of growth:
    • By 2020 an iPod equivalent – at the same equivalent price – will have storage capacity of 8 Exabytes
    • By 2030 e-paper (or equivalent) will be cheaper than “paper” paper
    • By 2050 a home computer – at the same equivalent price – will have processing capacity of entire Human species (at current birth rates)
    Avalanche of technology - data
  • 14.
    • 1 Gigabyte = 1,000 Megabytes
    • 1 Terabyte = 1,000 Gigabytes
    • 1 Petabyte = 1,000 Terabytes
    • 1 Exabyte = 1,000 Petabytes
    • Current (2007) estimates of world repository of pictures, words, movies, amounts to 7 Exabytes
    • At this rate of growth:
    • By 2020 an iPod equivalent – at the same equivalent price – will have storage capacity of 8 Exabytes
    • By 2030 e-paper (or equivalent) will be cheaper than “paper” paper
    • By 2050 a home computer – at the same equivalent price – will have processing capacity of entire Human species (at current birth rates)
    Avalanche of technology - data
  • 15. Daily media consumption Data courtesy of Professor Wim Veen, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, TUDelft, Holland. Presented at the Cisco Services Summit in Stockholm, Sweden-December 2006 Breakfast School Pause School Evening To bed Media consumption in % Time in hours
  • 16. It’s not really about the technology! 70% about effective change management 20% about the processes inside 10% about the technology
  • 17. Learning Platforms
  • 18. Published on Monday 17 th September 80 page document... 141 references to Learning Platforms http://publications.becta.org.uk
  • 19. Web 2.0 and beyond?
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  • 21. wikis, blogs, podcasts and mash-ups! …the read/write web
  • 22. Social Networking
    • “… every sensory-deprived hour spent social networking online is an hour less to savour the thrilling marvel of the living, breathing, pulsating real world.”
    • Patrick Barkham
    • Writing in “The Guardian” 16.05.07
  • 23. Serendipitous Learning
  • 24. Definition
    • Have you ever found yourself aimlessly browsing the web only to stumble across something of value that you weren't actually looking for? This is serendipitous learning :
    • It acknowledges the fact that the search for knowledge may occur by chance, or as a by-product of the main task. For example, a search for information may launch the user on a tangent that ends up being more productive than the original search query.
    • Jim Gritton, GB Learning Consultancy (Futurelab)
  • 25. "Reports that say that something hasn't happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns -- the ones we don't know we don't know.“ Donald Rumsfeld Former U.S. Secretary of State for Defense
  • 26. Mobile Technologies
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  • 29. Surface Technology
  • 30. Bill Gates
  • 31. Steve Jobs
  • 32. Jeff Han? Google... Jeff Han TED
  • 33. “ If we teach today as we taught yesterday , we rob our students of tomorrow” John Dewey (1859 – 1952)
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  • 35. Thank you for listening Any questions? If you want a copy of the slides, please email me... [email_address] Senior School Improvement Officer ICT & Global Learning
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