Leigh ZeitzUniversity of Northern Iowa
#ITEC12tinyurl.com/MeaningfulLearning12
#ITEC12
Flickr.com/JulieLindsay
Positive and confident                    Can-do AttitudeFlickr.com/rdecom
Structure                   Frequent                     Feedback                   Variety of                    TasksFli...
Are                            Team Players                           Appreciate                            Diversity     ...
Learn                           Work                           PlayFlickr.com/ToGaWandering
Flickr.com/MediaJon
Doing is more importantthan knowingReality is no longer realLearning more closelyresembles Nintendothan logic
Consumer and Creator are blurringTyping is preferred  to handwriting
Multi-tasking                             is a way of lifeBuzzabouttechnolology.com
DigitalMediaNet.com
ReelStatic.com
PewInternet.com
http://tinyurl.com/HowMillRU
   TV watching                 Politics   Reading newspapers          Social networking   Playing video games       ...
http://tinyurl.com/HowMillRU
http://tinyurl.com/HowMillRU
Born: 1981Stay Connected  Flickr.com/Andrew_Feinberg
   Research-Based Methods   Relevance   Rationale   Relaxed   Rapport         Dr. Christy Price
Integrate . . .              Engage . . .                              Create!              Jacobs, Olson, & Lammers, 2012
• U.S. Department of Ed• Fed. Comm. Commission• Publishing/Technology  Corporations
LEAD Commission: Charting Our Transition to “Interactive Digital Textbooks”
Read            Watch       Listen           Do
Readings     Watchings           Listenings                    Doings
Readings           Read
Watchings   Watch
ListenListenings
Actively engaged with content                                   Do                                Doings
   Emerging Instructional Technologies   Educational Technology and Design   Seminar: Writing a Graduate Paper   Selec...
   Blog It
   What would be your challenges?   How can you be supported?   What do you hope for an outcome?   Will this improve l...
We must teach our students    for their tomorrows,           NOT our yesterdays.
We must teach our students    for their tomorrows,           NOT our yesterdays.
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students
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  • To do:Create Blog Resources PageCreate Collaborative Google Docs Notes pageCreate Twitter Hashtag page
  • Lisa Dawley – Boise State Univ Skyped and 2nd Life
  • Computers are NOT technologyInternet is better than TV
  • Research-based Methods – Variety of active learning methods. Less lecture, more multimedia and collaborating with peers. Relevance – Meaningful to their lives. Connect course content to current cultureRationale – Not authoritarian. Need to have rationale for specific policies and assignments.Relaxed – Less formal environment. Informally interact with prof & one another. “Laid back”Rapport – Extremely relational. Adults show interest in them. Will pursue learning outcomes more readily when instructors connect with them on personal level. 24/7 teacher
  • ITEC Making Learning Meaningful for Your Millennial Students

    1. 1. Leigh ZeitzUniversity of Northern Iowa
    2. 2. #ITEC12tinyurl.com/MeaningfulLearning12
    3. 3. #ITEC12
    4. 4. Flickr.com/JulieLindsay
    5. 5. Positive and confident Can-do AttitudeFlickr.com/rdecom
    6. 6. Structure Frequent Feedback Variety of TasksFlickr.com/zeitz
    7. 7. Are Team Players Appreciate Diversity Enjoy CollaborationFlickr.com/ToGaWandering
    8. 8. Learn Work PlayFlickr.com/ToGaWandering
    9. 9. Flickr.com/MediaJon
    10. 10. Doing is more importantthan knowingReality is no longer realLearning more closelyresembles Nintendothan logic
    11. 11. Consumer and Creator are blurringTyping is preferred to handwriting
    12. 12. Multi-tasking is a way of lifeBuzzabouttechnolology.com
    13. 13. DigitalMediaNet.com
    14. 14. ReelStatic.com
    15. 15. PewInternet.com
    16. 16. http://tinyurl.com/HowMillRU
    17. 17.  TV watching  Politics Reading newspapers  Social networking Playing video games  Religion Cell phone  Parents married Text messages  Tattoo High-paying job  Piercing Appreciating diversity http://tinyurl.com/HowMillRU
    18. 18. http://tinyurl.com/HowMillRU
    19. 19. http://tinyurl.com/HowMillRU
    20. 20. Born: 1981Stay Connected Flickr.com/Andrew_Feinberg
    21. 21.  Research-Based Methods Relevance Rationale Relaxed Rapport Dr. Christy Price
    22. 22. Integrate . . . Engage . . . Create! Jacobs, Olson, & Lammers, 2012
    23. 23. • U.S. Department of Ed• Fed. Comm. Commission• Publishing/Technology Corporations
    24. 24. LEAD Commission: Charting Our Transition to “Interactive Digital Textbooks”
    25. 25. Read Watch Listen Do
    26. 26. Readings Watchings Listenings Doings
    27. 27. Readings Read
    28. 28. Watchings Watch
    29. 29. ListenListenings
    30. 30. Actively engaged with content Do Doings
    31. 31.  Emerging Instructional Technologies Educational Technology and Design Seminar: Writing a Graduate Paper Selection and Integration of Instructional Technologies
    32. 32.  Blog It
    33. 33.  What would be your challenges? How can you be supported? What do you hope for an outcome? Will this improve learning? ???????????
    34. 34. We must teach our students for their tomorrows, NOT our yesterdays.
    35. 35. We must teach our students for their tomorrows, NOT our yesterdays.

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