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  • It’s called distance learning, online learning, and even technology-mediated education. But what is distance learning really? How do you define it? Well, depending on your experience you probably have your own idea of what it is, but I think your notion of what online learning is and what it can do in education will change drastically after this course. Right now we can settle on a simple definition of online learning that describes it as the integration of technology into the process of teaching and learning. But as the weeks go on I will ask you to describe your idea of online and see how much it changes over time.
  • Now before we go any further into the relevance and direction of distance education, let’s look at its beginnings. When do you think distance learning began? In the 1990s with the Web? In the 1960s with satellite transmission? Or earlier? How much earlier?
  • Why is technology in the classroom becoming such a significant topic? It’s a growing marketplace for technology and learning. A recent Sloan C study said there were one million online learners in the K-12 space by 2007. As reported in the Globe recently the National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) predicts there will be up to 18 million students (secondary and higher ed) studying online by 2013. And while that means a lot of opportunity for students to learn using technology, it also means a lot of opportunity for the people who teach those students.

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  • +Lesson 1 – GettingStarted… Introduction to Emerging Trends and Technologies… Introduction to Distance Learning Series © Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + What is Distance Learning? Integration of technology into the process of teaching and learning…© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + A Brief History of Distance Learning When did distance learning begin?© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + A Brief History of Distance Learning It’s been around in one form another for over 2000 years!© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + The Modern Era… 2000 1970 1900 1800 Correspondence Film TV & Radio Courses Satellite Online Courses Courses© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • The Modern Era… "Our school system will be completely changed in the next ten years…” Invention of Film will Change our Thomas Edison School Thomas Edison© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + The Modern Era… 1990s World Wide Web Arrives….© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Growing Market 2013 18.3 2008 million 4.6 students million 2001 students 3.2 million students© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + The New World of Education… Innovation Ubiquitous technology New pedagogy© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • +© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + The Internet Factor…© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Today’s Classroom… Student-centered Social collaboration Ever-changing technology Readily-available knowledge 360 Classroom© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Change…© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Sage or Guide?© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Today’s Students…© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Higher Expectations© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Constant Change… “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep balance, you must keep moving…” Albert Einstein© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Millennial Learners  Millennial learners refers to anyone born in 1984 or later…  Readily embraces new technologies…  Prefer to do things electronically…  Enjoy active learning, social collaboration, and educational networking© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + What Do We Need? Millennial instructors!© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Emerging Models for Teaching and Learning How Can You Use Technology to Deliver Education in Today’s Classroom?© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Coldeway’s Quadrant: Applying Time and Space to Learning Late Dan Coldeway© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Coldeway’s Quadrant Same- Different-Time, Time, Same- Same-Place Place (DT/SP) (ST/SP) Same- Different-Time, Time, Different- Different-Place Place (DT/DP) (ST/DP)© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Same Time, Same Place Different time Same time Same place Different place© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Different Time, Same Place Different time Same time Same place Different place© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Same Time, Different Place Different time Same time Same place Different place© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Different Time, Different Place Different time Same time Same place Different place© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + More Terminology… Digital Natives • Anyone who grew up with technology Digital Immigrants • Anyone who didn’t…© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Which One Are You?Native - Anyone who grew up with digitalcameras, iPods, computers, Internetaccess, and Facebook Immigrant - Anyone who grew up with telephones with chords and typewriters.© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Rupert Murdoch and Technology© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + What’s Wrong Today? Everyone has an opinion… “American high schools are obsolete. By obsolete, I mean that our high schools, even when they are working exactly as designed, cannot teach our kids what they need to know today. Training the workforce of tomorrow with high schools of today is like trying to teach kids about today’s computers on a 50-year-old mainframe. It’s the wrong tool for the times.” Bill Gates, 2005 For Bill Gate’s latest involvement, see this update: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/38282806/© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Can online help with this problem? “Students who took all or part of their class online performed better, on average, than those taking the same course through traditional face-to-face instruction.” A 2009 meta study from the Department of Education:© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + What is your role?© Chuck Kilfoye 2010
  • + Responsibilities… Discovery Identification Execution© Chuck Kilfoye 2010