New LearningEnvironmentsinclude… Combining traditional literacy with digital literacy in a flexible learning zone (that includes virtual learning spaces at home) where students, teachers and parents are able to explore new ideas collaboratively or independently, as the need arises.
New LearningEnvironmentis… A multipurpose space for integrated communication, collaboration, and computing technologies; a learning space that morphs.
New LearningEnvironmentsembracenet gen norms Sense of freedom Customization Scrutiny Integrity Collaboration Entertainment Speed
GROUP ACTIVITY Byofferingwhole and smallgroupworkspaceslikescreensharing at school and virtual whiteboardsexperience at home. New LearningEnvironmentsadoptsnet gen normstrends
New LearningEnvironmentsembrace net gen norms GOAL AND ACHIEVEMENT ORIENTATION Byleaving free accesstotutors and otherareateachers Offeringstudents a possibilitytodevelopintegratedactivities and e-portfolios.
MULTITASKING, DIVERSE, VISUAL, INTERACTING Byoffering a learningspacesuitableto use a variety of tools and materials, and accesstowirelessequipment. Byofferingmultiliteracies training. New LearningEnvironmentsadoptnet gen normstrends
New LearningEnvironmentsadoptnet gen normstrends EXPERIMENTAL TRIAL AND ERROR PRAGMATIC AND INDUCTIVE. Byofferingintegratedfacilities, resources and applicationsfortesting, analysis and research.
New Learningenvironmentscomprisecollaborativelearning and teaching
Enhances communication in a deep and authentic level
Provides new standards of expectation
“Provides a climate for great things to happen, conditions that matter for student’ success “ (Kuhk cited by Bickford & Wright, n.d.at Oblinger & Oblinger (2006))
Assures members interaction in a meaningful way to deepen understanding of each other, to lead to processes that favor critical thinking, analysis and learning.
Assures collective meaning making.
Improves engagement and learning.
Fosters learning in the community.
New LearningEnvironmentssupporta usable system
New LearningEnvironments focuseon
Activities that lead to learning
Students engagement in analysis, debate and interaction
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