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  • So here’s a digital native that I met at the Minneapolis airport last monthNotice how she if plugged in.Digital technology is part of our world but is she proficient?It is my job to teach Digital Natives who are future teachers about using technologyIf they are Digital Natives – Why don’t they already know it?
  • Ask students to search the Net to find out characteristics of MillennialsPost those on the Back Channel (Post the characteristic and the URL)Discuss them directly from the Back Channel
  • Douglas Coupland - Wrote Generation X in 1991.Millennials, Gen Y, Generation Next, Net Generation
  • Douglas Coupland - Wrote Generation X in 1991.Millennials, Gen Y, Generation Next, Net Generation
  • Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay
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    • 1. Innovating Education
      Leigh Zeitz
      Instructional Technology
      University of Northern Iowa
    • 2. Talk about . . .
      Who
      How
      What
    • 3.
    • 4. http://drzreflects.com
    • 5.
    • 6. Digital Native
      msnbcmedia3.msn.com
    • 7. Digital Native
      www.realneo.us
    • 8.
    • 9. Millennials (Gen Y)
      Under 25 years old
    • 10. Millennials (Gen Y)
      • Born 1981 – 2000
      • 11. Used to working in teams
      • 12. Work well in diverse coworker situations
      • 13. “Can-do” attitude
      • 14. Looking for frequent feedback.
      • 15. Seek leadership and structure
      • 16. Most networked generation in history
      • 17. 75,000,000 Millennials joining the workforce
    • Millennial Norms
    • 25. We need to teach our kids for their futures . . .
      . . . not our pasts.
      Daniel Pink
    • 26. It’s about Access
    • 27. Change to Learn . . .
    • 28. 21st Century Learning
      Partnership for 21st Century Skills
    • 29. 21st Century Student Skills
      Information & Communication
      Thinking & Problem-Solving
      Interpersonal & Self-Directional
    • 30. Iowa Core Curriculum
      Corecurriculum.iowa.gov
    • 31. Students must be able to:
      work comfortably w/people from other cultures,
      solve problems creatively,
      write and speak well,
      think in a multidisciplinary way, and
      evaluate information critically.
      Gewertz, 2007Partnership for 21st Century Skills
    • 32. Connect with People
      John Carver
      Van Meter, Iowa
      Julie Lindsay
      Bejing, China
    • 33.
    • 34. Flat Classroom Project
      Flatclassroomproject.com
    • 35. Net Gen Ed 2010
    • 36. Connect with Everyone
    • 37. Access to Information
      Google runs 235 million searches a day
      Google has indexed 1 trillion pages of content
      2nd largest search engine is YouTube
      Facebook would be the 4th largest country
      Wikipedia has over 13 million articles
      Over 200 millions blogs
    • 38. Access to Information
      It’s not what you know,
      It’s what you can learn!
      You learn what you learn,
      Through who & what you connect!
    • 39. . . . isms
      Constructivism
      Cognitivism
      Behaviorism
      Connectivism – George Seimens (1994)
    • 40. How can a single individual organize a world full of ideas?
    • 41. Where Do You Make Connections?
      fly47d@flicker.com
    • 42. Other Sources?
    • 43. It’s ALL about Connections
      Alec Couros http://www.scribd.com/doc/3363/Dissertation-Couros-FINAL-06-WebVersion
    • 44. Personal Learning Network
      Consumer
      Contributor
      Alec Couros http://www.scribd.com/doc/3363/Dissertation-Couros-FINAL-06-WebVersion
    • 45. A Well-Connected Student
    • 46. How RSS Works
    • 47. My PLN
    • 48.
    • 49. Community Learning Network
    • 50. Social Media
      Web 2.0
      Social Media
      Social Networking
    • 51. Web 2.0
      Interactive
      Collaborative
      1.5+ Billion
      Connection to the World
    • 52. Social Media:Tools of Mass Collaboration
    • 53. ITEC Student Technology Fair
      Thursday, April 15
      9:00 – 11:30
      UNI Commons
      #ITECstudentfair
    • 54. Social Networking
    • 55. Distance Learning . . .
      Is NOT the issue.
      IS a marketing tool.
      IS a medium for packaging
      can be sold in increments
    • 56. The REAL Issue is . . .
      Addressing our learners’ needs
      Facilitating learning at a distance,
      or nearby,
      or over here,
      or over there.
    • 57. So?
    • 58. Thank you!

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