Technology Enhanced Learning

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The internet, educational technology and professional development.

The internet, educational technology and professional development.

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  • 1. TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING Brain-friendly methods, tools, environment, communities
  • 2. What Do the Internet, neuron growth, and Creativity have in common?
  • 3. Different views of the internet “In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order”; Carl Jung
  • 4. What do we do with the internet? Making sense of chaos
  • 5. Wire, fire higher……. Brain, drain, train…… Can the internet bring learning to life and life to learning? “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” ― W.B. Yeats
  • 6. The Internet and the Brain Is this art imitating life or life imitating itself?
  • 7. The nature of the brain & the brain in nature. The stuff of life!! Technology may remove our delusions. Critical thinking and exploration For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring. Carl Sagan
  • 8. Why do mindmaps look like neural networks?
  • 9. Technology & the Brain
  • 10. Which of these technologies do you or would you consider to be indispensible in an online or blended course?  Virtual classrooms  Social learning and networks  Educational platforms  The world wide web  Interactive, educational websites  Google docs  Microsoft office  Learning management Systems  Web tools  Multi-media
  • 11. Which of these would you consider to be closed or open systems?  Virtual classrooms  Social learning and networks  Educational platforms  The world wide web Interactive, educational websites  Google docs  Microsoft office  Web tools  Learning management Systems  Multi-media 
  • 12. What are the advantages and disadvantages of open and closed systems?  Virtual classrooms  Social learning and networks  Educational platforms  The world wide web Interactive, educational websites  Google docs  Microsoft office  Web tools  Learning management Systems  Multi-media 
  • 13. Can you give examples of the environments, tools, and communities below and give examples of some teaching methods you could apply to them?  Virtual classrooms  Social learning and networks  Educational platforms  The world wide web Interactive, educational websites  Google docs  Microsoft office  Web tools  Learning management Systems  Multi-media 
  • 14. Some influences and recommended reading   Books: Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman Social intelligence Daniel Goleman  The Dragon Fly effect  JenniferAaker, Andy Smith  Social Media Examiner Blue grass blog Net Smart Howard Rheingold  The Mindful Guide to Online Living Andre Klein  A mindful guide to Social media Andre Klein  Vygotsky and creativity LearnOut Live How to build up a thriving PLN in 2013 Edukwest on a search for better education Why we need strategies for creativity
  • 15. Some tools for self-expression Eduglogster imind Mindmaple Prezi Animoto Go animate
  • 16. Learning environments  Artistic platforms  Learning spaces Eduglogster Moodle Story Bird Bitstrips Make Belief Comix Pixton comics Go animate Second Life Club EFL Edmodo OpenClass Wikis Blogs
  • 17. Technology is beautiful!! Fourteen articles about creativity, technol ogy and learning