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The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
The Emergence of the Student Cyborg
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  • 1. a PechaKucha by@PaulGordonBrownarchived at www.paulgordonbrown.comThe EmergenceCyborgCollege Studentof the
  • 2. a PechaKucha by@PaulGordonBrownarchived at www.paulgordonbrown.comThe EmergenceCyborgCollege Studentof the
  • 3. InspectorGadget
  • 4. 1Student development andlearning theories were basedon human beings.premise:
  • 5. 2We are no longer fully humanbeings, but our brains areintegrated, rewired andnetworked with machines.premise:
  • 6. We need to reexamine ourtheories on how studentslearn and develop.
  • 7. integratingrewiringnetworking
  • 8. I want to studynot only what thecomputer is doing for us,but what it is doing to us.- Sherry Turkleintegrating
  • 9. rewiringBased on the latestresearch in neurobiologythere is no longer anyquestion that stimulationof various kinds actuallychangesbrainstructures-Marc Prensky
  • 10. “Perhaps youwill throughthis instrumenteven take to anew idiom,”
  • 11. us- Michael Weschthemachineis us/ingnetworking
  • 12. 1Student development and learningtheories were based on human beings.We need to reexamine our theories onhow students learn and develop.2We are no longer fully human beings,but our brains are integrated, rewiredand networked with machines.
  • 13. a PechaKucha by@PaulGordonBrownarchived at www.paulgordonbrown.comThe EmergenceCyborgCollege Studentof the

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