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University of Louisville 2012 Celebration of Teaching and Learning Welcome

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The 2012 Celebration of Teaching and Learning "Envisioning Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age" was held in February of 2012 at the University of Louisville. This was the welcome presentation I designed for the executive director of the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning.

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University of Louisville 2012 Celebration of Teaching and Learning Welcome

  1. 1. 2012 Celebration of Teaching and Learning Envisioning Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age
  2. 2. The Digital Age
  3. 3. Why are we here?
  4. 4. Johnson, L., Smith, R., Willis, H., Levine, A., & Haywood, K. (2011). The 2011 horizon report.Austin, TX: The New Media Consortium.Picture: http://en.flossmanuals.net/class-acts/ch015_thexoisateachersdreammachine /
  5. 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/genista/http://thecrispianadvantage.com/2011/03/20/complexity-the-new-normal-2-leading-to-the-essence/brain-plasticity/
  6. 6. Population • Responses from 3,000 students at 1,179 colleges and universities provided a nationally representative sample of students • Data were weighted to match statistics from the National Center of Education Statistics for the composition of college students in the United States on the following variables: Year (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior) Age Institution type (public, private, for-profit) Gender Institution size Region Institution type (4-year vs. 2-year) Ethnicity Major of studyDahlstrom, E., Grunwald, P., de Boor, T., & Vockley, M (2011). ECAR national study of students and informationtechnology in higher education, 2011. Educause Center for Applied Research.
  7. 7. Your perspective: ClickersHave you used Clickers to teach, mentor, and/or communicate with students in the past year?A:YesB: No
  8. 8. Students’ perspective: ClickersTell us, which of the following [technolgies] your instructors used to teach, mentor and communicate with you in the pastyear.
  9. 9. Your perspective: Email Thinking about the most recent school year,how often did you [use email], whether it was for school or personal purposes?A: Several times a dayB: Once a dayC: A few times a weekD: Less oftenE: Do not use
  10. 10. Students’ perspective: EmailThinking about the most recent school year, how often did you [use email], whether it was for school or personalpurposes?
  11. 11. Your perspective: text messaging Thinking about the most recent school year, how often did you [use text messaging], whether it was for school or personal purposes?A: Several times a day.B: Once a day.C: A few times a week.D: Less oftenE: Do not use
  12. 12. Students’ perspective: text messagingThinking about the most recent school year, how often did you [use text messaging], whether it was for school orpersonal purposes?
  13. 13. Your perspective: blogs Thinking about the most recent school year,how often did you [use blogs], whether it was for school or personal purposes?A: Several times a day.B: Once a day.C: A few times a week.D: Less oftenE: Do not use
  14. 14. Students’ perspective: blogsThinking about the most recent school year, how often did you [use blogs], whether it was for school or personalpurposes?
  15. 15. Your perspective: YouTubeThinking about the most recent school year,how often did you [use YouTube], whether it was for school or personal purposes?A: Several times a day.B: Once a day.C: A few times a week.D: Less oftenE: Do not use
  16. 16. Students’ perspective: YouTubeThinking about the most recent school year, how often did you [use YouTube], whether it was for school orpersonal purposes?
  17. 17. Your perspective: Twitter Thinking about the most recent school year, how often did you [use Twitter], whether it was for school or personal purposes?A: Several times a day.B: Once a day.C: A few times a week.D: Less oftenE: Do not use
  18. 18. Students’ perspective: TwitterThinking about the most recent school year, how often did you [use Twitter], whether it was for school or personalpurposes?
  19. 19. Your perspective: What is your experience with incorporating technology in the classroom specifically?A: I am a novice with incorporating technology in the classroom.B: I have incorporated some technology into some of my courses.C: I have incorporated some technology into all of my courses.D: I regularly use technology for all of my courses.E: I am an expert with incorporating technology in the classroom.
  20. 20. Your perspective: How familiar are you with how technology can be used to promote student learning?A: I have a very low level of familiarity.B: I have a low level of familiarity.C: I have a moderate level of familiarity.D: I have a high level of familiarity.E: I have a very high level of familiarity.
  21. 21. Your perspective: What is your primary goal for attending the Celebration? (please choose one)A: Better understand the implications of digital environments forcollege pedagogy broadly.B: Understand key components of best practices using technologyacross the curriculum.C: Gain hands-on experience using new instructional technologiesand tools.D: Networking with your colleagues.E: Reflecting on your teaching practices
  22. 22. http://www.consumerelectronicsnet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=1199487
  23. 23. http://www.laurenmacewen.com/2012/01/04/picking-a-twitter-name-and-why-middle-initials-are-a-faux-paux/
  24. 24. http://www.geekosystem.com/powerpoint-political-party/
  25. 25. http://www.missiontolearn.com/2011/11/lifelong-learning-technology-tools/
  26. 26. For Today . . .• Help you think more critically about your teaching and how technology can help you be more effective• Provide resources and tools• Engage you in rich conversations – both face to face and digitally – with colleagues• Leave you feeling excited and energized by the possibilities that exist in this digital age

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