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21st century learners. Part 1 of chapter two.

21st century learners. Part 1 of chapter two.

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  • 1. Understanding 21st Century Learners By: Megan Anderson, Audriana Beckman, and Shari Beavers
  • 2. What is learning? Learning with Technology Technology Multicultural Influences Media Learning is development of new knowledge, skills, or attitudes as a person interacts with information and their environment. World Issues
  • 3. 21st Century Learners - Need to be prepared to face the challenges of constant learning and the increased skill requirements for the future. - Uncertain tomorrow - Life long learning - Understanding how shifting knowledge and skills effect their future
  • 4. Characteristics of 21st Century Learners Learners expect to:  Be engaged in active and hands on learning  Develop their own inquiry knowledge  Learn without isolation
  • 5. Active & Hands On Learning - Explore ideas in their own ways - Teacher is a facilitator - Create applications for new knowledge
  • 6. Inquiry Learning  Knowledge grows at an exponential rate  Used to help gather facts  Develop an accessible “data base” of information
  • 7. Non Isolation Learning  Learning from multiple formats and resources  Overlap content areas  Share information with others  Challenge their skills
  • 8. Metacognition - Used to describe the ability to oversee personal learning and to understand how to regulate their learning process - Students assess their learning. They are aware of their levels of learning
  • 9. Motivation o The desire to see a task to completion o Internal state that defines what people will do rather than what they can do o Understand Student Motivation
  • 10. Keller’s ARCS Model Satisfaction Confidence Relevance Attention
  • 11. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences o Verbal/Linguistic o Logical/Methematical o Visual/Spacial o Musical/Rhythmic o Interpersonal o Intrapersonal o Naturalist
  • 12. Information Processing Also thought of as “Mind Styles” used to group learners by concrete styles o Concrete Sequential (Hands On) o Concrete Random (Trial and Error) o Abstract Sequential (Verbal) o Abstract Random (Group Discussion)
  • 13. Physiological Factors o Gender differences o Health o Environmental Conditions o Basic Needs (Hunger, noise, lighting, temp.)
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