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  • Discovery learning takes place in problem solving situations where the learner draws on his own experience and prior knowledge and is a method of instruction through which students interact with their environment by exploring and manipulating objects, wrestling with questions and controversies, or performing experiments. This is in contrast to traditional lecture modes of transmitting knowledge
  • Uniformity, mechanization, standardization, mass production, results-oriented, teacher-controlled
  • Process-centered
  • Process-centered
  • Process-centered
  • Discovery learning takes place in problem solving situations where the learner draws on his own experience and prior knowledge and is a method of instruction through which students interact with their environment by exploring and manipulating objects, wrestling with questions and controversies, or performing experiments. This is in contrast to traditional lecture modes of transmitting knowledge
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    • 1. Trends in ICT and Teaching La Consolacion College Bacolod City September 3, 2009
    • 2. Outline
      • Learning Styles
      • Concepts
      • Implementation
      • Predictions 2009
      • Hardware
      • Performance
      • Operating Systems
      • Internet
      • Mobile Tools
      • Cloud Computing
      • Gaming
      • Others
      • Trends in Teaching and Learning
    • 3. Technology Trends 2009 What’s out there this year
    • 4. Hardware
      • Not so much in increases in processor speeds and RAM
      • Current hardware standards will run new OS releases with little extra power necessary
      • Revisions of major graphic cards
      • Move to mobile (iPhone, etc.)
      • Kindle ebook reader
    • 5. Performance
      • Need for performance has leveled off
      • Average user configurations set for low-priced laptops
      • High end tabletop and mobile modules with unique features like touch screen and 3D monitors
      • Wireless connectivity
    • 6. Operating Systems
      • Google Chrome OS (Open-Source, Web-based) out in 2010
      • Google Android (mobiles)
      • The new Windows 7 may not be adopted as a standard for some time due to expected patches
      • Windows Xp is viable up to 2014 and will remain as the Windows OS-of-choice in 2009
    • 7. Operating Systems
      • Windows 7
    • 8. Operating Systems
      • Google Chrome OS
      • "The user interface is minimal to stay out of your way, and most of the user experience takes place on the Web. And as we did for the Google Chrome browser, we are going back to the basics and completely redesigning the underlying security architecture of the OS so that users don't have to deal with viruses, malware and security updates. It should just work." -Google
    • 9. Operating Systems
      • Google Chrome OS
      • If Google can come up with an OS that can be downloaded, dropped onto any machine and then “just works,” we might just have the ultimate portable OS. Google is implicitly making the argument that there’s no need to pay the premium for a Microsoft OS, when there is [one] lighter, faster and free. -Wired
    • 10. Operating Systems
      • Google Chrome OS
    • 11. Internet
      • Social networking services (SNS) are changing the ways in which people use and engage with the Internet and with each other
      • Young people use SNS technology in ways that blur the boundaries between online and offline activities
    • 12. Internet
      • Beyond casual use
      • Broadband as standard
      • Wireless and mobile access
    • 13. Internet
      • Broadband chart
    • 14. Mobile Tools
      • Mobile downloads
        • iPhone apps
        • iTunes apps
        • Ebooks
      • Cross platform applications
      • Wireless Internet access
    • 15. Cloud Computing
      • Resources and software services over the Internet
      • The concept generally incorporates combinations of the following:
        • infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
        • platform as a service (PaaS)
        • software as a service (SaaS)
    • 16. Cloud Computing
      • Diagram
      • Cloud computing customers do not generally own the physical infrastructure serving as host to the software platform
      • Expected to be mainstream by 2011
    • 17. Traditional Media Convergence
      • Newspapers to flourish online
      • On-demand television, movies, and other entertainment online
    • 18. Targeted Advertising
      • Behavioral or interest-based tracking
      • Advertising exchanges
      • User-specified advertising preference
      • Opt-in advertising
    • 19. Content Generation
      • User-generated content
      • Content-sharing
      • Collaboration
    • 20. E-Commerce
      • Advertising- and content-based revenue
      • Online stores
      • Web-based work
      • Online business tools and services
      • Virtual marketplace
    • 21. The End The future begins
    • 22. Trends in Teaching and Learning
    • 23. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
    • 24. Shifts in Learning and Teaching We are now in an age where the nature of learning and working has shifted from what could be called “industrial age” to an “information age” model.
    • 25. Shifts in Learning and Teaching Industrial Age Model the clueless, teacher-dependent pupil
    • 26. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
    • 27. Shifts in Learning and Teaching Information Age Model the net-savvy, well-connected, teacher-independent end-user
    • 28. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
    • 29. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning Increasingly we are seeing the following trends, directions, and movements:
      • Discovery-based learning
        • aka inquiry-based, resource-based,
        • project-based, and active) learning
        • takes place in problem-solving situations
    • 30. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • “ Teach less, learn more”
    • 31. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • Collaborative work in teams or groups
    • 32. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • course content is interdisciplinary, interdepartmental, and team taught
    • 33. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • course content is publicly accessible and shared beyond the members of an individual course
    • 34. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • teaching and learning extend beyond the classroom and into the campus and community
    • 35. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • the instructor is perceived as a partner in a learning community rather than as a sole entrepreneur
    • 36. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • the audience for student work is expanding from the individual instructor to communities of discourse that include peer feedback and exchange
    • 37. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning Today’s students have grown up with technology as the air they breathe, are used to being wired 24/7, are comfortable multi-tasking in multi-media, and bring very different expectations to the classroom as a result.
    • 38. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning Today’s employers prize transferable skills (e.g. problem solving, creativity, interdisciplinary teamwork) over encyclopedic knowledge.
    • 39. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning Sources: *Frontiers of Education Symposium, Inauguration of Robert J. Birgeneau as the Ninth Chancellor of UC Berkeley (April 2005) *e-Berkeley Symposium, “From Information Overload to Information Rich: Teaching and Critical Thinking in the Point-and-Click Age,” UC Berkeley (April 2005) *UC Berkeley Accreditation Educational Effectiveness Report (2003) http://education.berkeley.edu/accreditation/ *UC Berkeley Strategic Academic Plan (2002) http://opa.vcbf.berkeley.edu/StratPlan/AcademicStrategicPlan.pdf *The Boyer Commission Report “Reinventing Undergraduate Education: A Blueprint for America’s Research Universities” (1998) http://naples.cc.sunysb.edu/Pres/boyer.nsf/ Draft prepared by Cynthia Schrager, Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, April 2005.
    • 40. Trends in Teaching and Learning
    • 41. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
    • 42. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
      • Agricultural Age Model
      • farming, small trade jobs
      • home-based apprenticeship
    • 43. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
      • Industrial Age Model
      • mass education under centralized governmental control
      • the clueless, teacher-dependent pupil
    • 44. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
    • 45. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
      • Information Age Model
      • emphasis on analytical, logical thinking
      • the net-savvy, well-connected, teacher-independent end-user
    • 46. Shifts in Learning and Teaching TEXT TEXT+IMAGE BEING TOLD (authority based) DEDUCTIVE (linear) DON’T KNOW WON’T TRY INFORMATION NAVIGATION DISCOVERY, EXPERIENTIAL BRICOLAGE + JUDGMENT (lateral) DON’T KNOW – LINK, LURK & TRY John Seely Brown, Social Life of Information learning reasoning action literacy literacy
    • 47. Shifts in Learning and Teaching Information Age Education NET-SAVVY STUDENT my reference materials and texts my search engine my personal network my teachers and tutors my favorite research sites my classmates my online tutors communityware my online study aids
    • 48. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
      • Search engines
      • Research sites
      • Online study aids – online dictionaries, encyclopedias, interactive software, websites with interactive tutorials, worksheets, and drills
      • Online tutors – in-person online tutoring that offers help with different subjects to students
    • 49. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
      • Communityware – tools used by online communities to communicate and share various kinds of multimedia
      • Personal network
    • 50. Shifts in Learning and Teaching
      • Conceptual Age Model
      • grounded on human imagination, emotion, a deeper appreciation and understanding of meaning
      • the creator and sympathizer
    • 51. Shifts in Learning and Teaching INFORMATION AGE CONCEPTUAL AGE Abundance & Automation + Meaning Practical Solutions + Customized inventions Functionality + Lifestyle enriching experiences High tech + High concept and high touch Utility + Significance
    • 52. Shifts in Learning and Teaching The Six Senses of a Whole New Mind 1. Design (not just function) 2. Story (not just argument) 3. Symphony (not just focus) 4. Empathy (not just logic) 5. Play (not just seriousness) 6. Meaning (not just accumulation)
    • 53. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning Increasingly we are seeing the following trends, directions, and movements:
      • Discovery-based learning
        • aka inquiry-based, resource-based,
        • project-based, and active learning
        • takes place in problem-solving situations
    • 54. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • “ Teach less, learn more”
    • 55. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • Collaborative work in teams or groups
    • 56. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • course content is interdisciplinary, interdepartmental, and team taught
    • 57. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • course content is publicly accessible and shared beyond the members of an individual course
    • 58. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • teaching and learning extend beyond the classroom and into the campus and community
    • 59. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • the instructor is perceived as a partner in a learning community rather than as a sole entrepreneur
    • 60. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning
      • the audience for student work is expanding from the individual instructor to communities of discourse that include peer feedback and exchange
    • 61. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning Today’s students have grown up with technology as the air they breathe, are used to being wired 24/7, are comfortable multi-tasking in multi-media, and bring very different expectations to the classroom as a result.
    • 62. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning Today’s employers prize transferable skills (e.g. problem solving, creativity, interdisciplinary teamwork) over encyclopedic knowledge.

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