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    • Technology in the Classroom: A Vision for the Future
    • Industrial Age
      • Food
      • Slaves/serfs-Hierarchies
      • One-piece customization
      Agricultural Age  Information Age 
      • Extended Family
      • Religion
      • Reasoning
      • Food & Stuff
      • Employees-Bureaucracies
      • Assembly Line
      • Nuclear Family
      • Experimental Science
      • Statistical Analysis
      • Global Family
      • Phenomenology
      • Connectivity
      • Food, Stuff & Knowledge
      • Partners & Teams
      • Individualization
    • Future Attributes
      • Budget
      • Thinking
      • Authority
      • Information Sharing
      • Education
      • Organization
      • Change
    • Future Budget Vision
      • Seek investment
        • Parents
        • Business
      • Quality control
        • SAT
        • Graduation exams
      • Inclusive
        • Employee preparation
        • Software, hardware
        • Health
    • Future Thinking Vision
      • Phenomenological
      • Idea map
          • decentralized
          • customized
      • Pluralism…flexible
      • Global involvement
    • Future Authority Vision
      • Empowerment
        • Ideas are top-down or bottom-up
        • Leaders as facilitators
        • Shared vision
      • Climate conducive to integration
        • People
        • Ideas
      • Critical thinkers
      • Multiskilled employees
    • Future Information Sharing Vision
      • Salad Bowl
      • Open lines for communication – Internet
      • Multiple Intelligences
      • Equal opportunity through effort
      • “ It takes a community…”
    • Future Education Vision
      • Broad education programs
        • Student centered
        • Constructivist
      • Charter schools
      • School vouchers
      • On-Line education
      • People who can continuously learn
      • Real world learning
      • Business adaptations/internships
      • Safety
    • Future Organization Vision
      • Government, Business, Parent– cooperation
        • Education is an investment
        • Reconciliation of capitalism with social interests
      • Network based
      • Self-organizing, adaptive structures
      • Online organizations
      • Real time
    • Future Change Vision
      • Positive response
        • Part of the natural order
        • Essential to renewal and vitality
      • Flexible
      • Teacher updating
    • Survey Mailed December, 2000
      • 264 survey instruments mailed to Alabama superintendents
      • 67 returned
    • 1. What is the primary PC Platform ?
      • Windows
      • Macintosh
      • Unix
      • Linux
      • Mainframe
      • 99%
      • 1%
      • 0
      • 0
      • 0
    • 2. What software is used for record keeping?
      • STI 36%
      • SSTS Attendance 25%
      • MCALEER 37%
      • SCHOOL MASTER 10%
      • SMWIN (TREMONT) 10%
      • OSIRIS 1%
      • CHANCERY 1%
      • SCIS 1%
      • MicroWorks 1%
      • TIES 1%
      • VISUAL 1%
      • Library PRO 1%
      • OSCAR 1%
      • INNOVAK 1%
      • DARSI 3%
      • GRADEQUICK 1%
      • ASDE 1%
    • 3. Software to improve instruction?
      • Skillsbank 31%
      • PLATO 18%
      • CCC PACK 7%
      • A + LS 6%
      • CORNERSTON 6%
      • Box Alg/ Geo. 4%
      • Textbook software 3%
      • CYBER ED 3%
      • LEXUS Reading 1%
      • IBM WRITE TO READ 1%
      • PERFECT COPY 1%
      • ROSETTA STONE 1%
      • SAT PREP 1%
      • WEAVER 1%
      • WORLDVIEW 1%
      • LIGHTSPAN 1%
      • PASSKEY 1%
      • PATHWAYS 1%
      • ACT NOW 1%
      • ZOOZILLION 1%
      • Acad of Reading 1%
      • MTS 1%
      • PageMaker 1%
      • Ultimate Writing 1%
      • COREL 1%
    • 4. Presentation Software?
      • PowerPoint
      • HyperStudio
      • 87%
      • 13%
    • 5. Other software?
      • ACC. Reader/Math 63%
      • MS Office 62%
      • Star Math//Reading 35%
      • Navigational tools 13%
      • WRITING TO READ 5%
      • KIDS PIX 4%
      • EMAIL 3%
      • READING COMP. DEV 1%
      • SKILLS CONNECTION 1%
      • KIDS KEYS 1%
      • MATHTYPE 1%
      • ATHENA 1%
      • Internet Explorer 1%
      • MUNCHER 1%
      • BLASTER 1%
      • LESSONPLANNER 1%
      • Mapmaker Tool Kit 1%
      • MAVIS BEACON 1%
      • MARCO POLO 3%
      • KIDS WORK 1%
      • WORLD GROUP 1%
      • Groilers ENCY 1%
      • 94.5%
      6. Teachers with computers on desktop? 7. Internet access
      • 92%
    • 8. Webpage
      • 52%
      www.mps.k12.al.us www.marshalk12.org www.shelbyed.k12.al.us www.mtnbrook.k12.al.us www.scs.k12.al.us www.etowah.k12.al.us www.gcs.k12.al.us . www.hoover.k12.al.us www.rcs.k12.al.us www.jacksonville.k12.al.us www.tarrant.k12.al.us . www.calhoun.k12.al.us www.oneonta.k12.al.us www.ecs.k12.al.us www.fcs.k12.al.us . www.escambia.k12.net . www.bcbe.org www.lawrenceal.org www.albertk12.org www.tess.net www.maconk12.org www.opelikaschools.org www.tiger.org/plan www.pikecountyschools.com www.halek12.org www.ccboe.org www.tcboe.org www.ftpayk12.org www.tryschools.net
    • 9. Skills
      • OFFICE 2000 58%
      • Internet 57%
      • WIN OS 20%
      • EMAIL 20%
      • Hardware 15%
      • Integrate Tec/Ins 14%
      • Use of Software 13%
      • PRESENTATIONS 10%
      • WEBPAGE 6%
      • NETWORK 6%
      • LEGAL ISSUES 6%
      • STI 4%
      • Gradebook Software 3%
      • ADOBE ACROBAT 3%
      • AL VIRT LIBRARY 3%
      • SCANNERS 1%
      • Digital Cameras 1%
      • BASIC SKILLS 1%
      • ACCELERATED 1%
      • WIN ZIP 1%
      • LASER DISK 1%
      • PALM PAL 1%
      • NTST 1%
      • HyperStudio 1%
    • Problems of Teachers
      • Lack of time due to abundance tasks
      • No experiences in multimedia teaching
      • Rarely work in collaborative environment
      • Some teachers do not buy-in-to using software
      • Prohibitive long term costs involved with new technological developments
      • Low motivation in using the www for searching teaching materials
      • Not interested in creating courseware
    • Jacksonville State University
      • Teacher preparation
      • Clinical experiences
      • EIM teacher preparation courses
      • TSPAT for teachers in the field
      • Challenges
        • Consolidation of schools of education
        • Economy of courses yet increase in requirements by the SDE and accrediting organizations
    • Future Hardware
      • Moore’s Law
      • Processing Speed and Storage
      Multimedia—Multiformat
        • Virtual Learning and Simulations
        • Gloves and Visors
        • Dedicated rooms
      Wireless
    • Future Software
      • “… software will someday get intelligent enough to give individualized tutoring that is much better than the typical classroom experience.”
      • Kahn, Ken. &quot;Re: Future of Learning.&quot; 26 February 2002. Online Posting. [IFETS-DISCUSSION:2895] . Retrieved 27 February 2003 <http://ifets.gmd.de/archiv/0685.html>
    • Future Changes
      • Content rather than process
        • Theory more important than technology
        • Changes driven by instructional theorists rather than technologists
        • Find weakness and strengths in pedagogy
        • Improvements in understanding
      Lifelong learner - Resource based learning - Collaborative learning - Problem based learning - Narrative based teaching - Situated learning
    • Future Schools?
      • ------------------------------
      • Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 10:55:49 -0500
      • From: Bill Ellis <tranet@RANGELEY.ORG>
      • Subject: Re: IFETS-DISCUSSION Re: PARADIGM SHIFT
      • The current school system is authoritarian, hierarchal, and undemocratic. The social system is authoritarian, hierarchical and undemocratic. Connecting these was the thesis of Paulo Friere. Ivan Illich added that the values and life styles absorbed in schools were self-interest, competition, and materialism -- the so called &quot;Dominator Paradigm&quot; the root of the Euro American Culture.
      • An emerging &quot;Gaian Paradigm&quot; is rooted in a new scientific understanding that everything in the universe is a holon, composed on smaller holons and embedded in larger holons. That is, each of us, (and everything else), is dependent on every one else (and everything else). Every individual is composed of organs, cells, molecules, atoms etc. and embedded in family, community, society, nature, the earth, etc. All are interconnected and interdependent.
      • We each &quot;belong&quot; to Gaia (The Earth and all of it life forms). We must discover and obey the laws of Gaia to continue human existencd. We each &quot;belong&quot; to one another. We are interdependent. We are responsible to Gaia and for Gaia. We are responsible for one another. We cannot abrogate that responsibility to others -- including the government. Our personal learning is our personal responsibility. The future of society is our personal
      • responsibility.
      • The transition from the Dominator Paradigm to the Gaian paradigm suggests a transition from government schools to learning communities. A transition to Life-Long Self-Learning. And it is happening. Just my thoughts. IMHO
      • Bill Ellis, General Coordinator
      • A Coalition for Self-Learning
      • POBox 567
      • Rangeley, ME 04970 USA
    • Future Collaboration
      • Instructional design is moving, and will continue to do so rapidly, to involve the learner more and more. Collaboration (synchronous and asynchronous) will become more important elements in our courses and participation will probably be an important factor for certified courses. Multi-user simulation exercises and games is probably the coming trend... and it is a trend that can fundamentally enhance the learner experience.
      • Kiran Bhandari Brainvisa Technologies Ltd.
      • From: &quot;Kiran Bhandari&quot; <kiran@brainvisa.com> Subject: [IFETS-DISCUSSION:3403] RE: future trends Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 16:23:52 +0530
    • Future
      • Budget
      • Perspective
      • Authority
      • Information Sharing
      • Education
      • Organization
      • Change
    • References
      • Bork, Alfred. (2001). Four Fictional Views of the Future of Learning. The Internet and Higher Education, 3 (2000), 271-284. Retrieved February, 27 2003, from http://www.ics.uci.edu/~bork/fiction.pdf.
      • Brown, J.C.(1970). The Troika incident; a tetralogue in two parts. New York: Doubleday.
      • Clarke, A. (1956). The city and the Stars. New York: Harcourt Brace and World.
      • Leonard, G. (1968). Education and ecstasy. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
      • Zenanko, Mike. &quot;Dr. Bork's Discussion “The Future of Learning&quot;.22 February 2002. Online Posting. International Forum Education al Technology & Society. Retrieved 27 February 2003 <http://ifets.gmd.de/archiv/0684.html>