Future of virtual learning

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Future of virtual learning

  1. 1. Verði ykkur að góðu ! Perspectives and Trends In Virtual Learning For the Future
  2. 2. current situation dedicated
  3. 3. current situation dedicated closed
  4. 4. current situation dedicated closed based on the file hierarchy
  5. 5. current situation dedicated closed based on the file hierarchy text-driven
  6. 6. current situation dedicated closed based on the file hierarchy text-driven ootw
  7. 7. current situation dedicated closed based on the file hierarchy text-driven ootw individual learning
  8. 8. weak signals & megatrends individuality & tuning
  9. 9. weak signals & megatrends individuality & tuning informal collaboration
  10. 10. weak signals & megatrends individuality & tuning informal collaboration structures based on social networks
  11. 11. weak signals & megatrends individuality & tuning informal collaboration structures based on social networks mash-ups, data compilation
  12. 12. weak signals & megatrends individuality & tuning informal collaboration structures based on social networks mash-ups, data compilation more IRL-like environments
  13. 13. weak signals & megatrends individuality & tuning informal collaboration structures based on social networks mash-ups, data compilation more natural, IRL-like environments time-sensitive communication
  14. 14. weak signals & megatrends individuality & tuning informal collaboration structures based on social networks mash-ups, data compilation more IRL-like environments time-sensitive communication blending channels
  15. 15. social media and education learners have new skills
  16. 16. social media and education learners have new skills teachers have more tools
  17. 17. social media and education learners have new skills teachers have more tools studying reaches new collaboration
  18. 18. social media and education learners have new skills identities and roles mix up teachers have more tools studying reaches new collaboration
  19. 19. social media and education learners have new skills identities and roles mix up teachers have more tools studying reaches new collaboration tools: blogs, social sites, microblogs, mash-ups (eg. map-based), video, comm. platforms: Google Docs & Sites, ning.com, Facebook, Flickr, twitter, wiki, Youtube
  20. 20. what for? what tools are needed in the coming decenniums? what values will be regarded important? what will remain, what will change? how much flexibility and personality? how much orientation and weight on content? what’s knowledge?
  21. 21. Learning happens! It’s social, it’s challenging, and it’s fun. How to get the student motivated if the content is driven by the curriculum?
  22. 22. Takk fyrir ! Esko Lius [email_address]

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