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  • MewLearningenvironments
    By Mónica Orjuela
  • 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.  
    • Learnability
    • Efficiency
    • Memorability
    • Errors management
    • Satisfaction
    New LearningEnvironmentssupporta usable system
    • Coherence
    • Complexity
    • Legibility
    • Mystery
    New LearningEnvironmentsengagewith
  • New LearningEnvironments focuseon
    • Learner expectations
    • Studentsfunction
    • Usagepractices
    • Negotiatedgoals
    • Activities that lead to learning
    • Students understanding
    • Students engagement in analysis, debate and interaction
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    New LearningEnvironments
    Look like…
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