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10 emerging trends in education and technology for 2016


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This presentation outlines 10 emerging trends in education and technology for 2016

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10 emerging trends in education and technology for 2016

  1. 1. Emerging Trends in Education and Technology
  2. 2. Focus is on each learner Learners work at their own pace Learners are exposed to 21st century technology Learners co-design their own learning which facilitates learning success
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  4. 4. Is the ability to effectively and critically navigate, evaluate, and create information using a range of digital technologies. Digital literacy will be embedded into the pedagogical practices to engage and empower learners.
  5. 5. Customize learning experiences Evaluate student performanc e so that instruction will be tailored to suit their needs . Predict student performan ce based on data trends and patterns. Collecting, measuring, analyzing, and reporting data about learners and their learning contexts.
  6. 6. Digital Badges Capturing the complete learning Motivating engagement, retention and learning Building and formalizing identity and reputation in learning communities Supporting innovation and flexibility in the skills we say matter Signaling achievements to key stakeholders such as potential employers
  7. 7. 52% of students in grades 6- 12 indicated that access to mobile devices is an essential component to their ultimate school and 51% of administrators concur. M-Learning encourages innovation, collaboration and communication through the use of digital devices. Technology-rich instruction and activities sustain engagement more than activities that have less technology use. Mobile learning makes it possible to extend education beyond the physical confines of the classroom and promotes flexibility in terms of the timing delivery of instruction.
  8. 8.  Quick response codes are two dimensional bar codes that have timesaving potential in terms of sharing links and information for educational purposes.  As the name implies users can quickly scan the barcodes and this increases the accuracy of information transfer.  Apps like QR Code maker, QRafter and QR Droid make it easy to create quick response codes.  Quick Response codes can be used to promote oracy skills by allowing learners to share audio recordings to support written assignments.  QR codes will be used in the future to share homework and update class assignments.
  9. 9. What is Knowledge Mapping?
  10. 10. Defining the Problem Executing the Best Plan of Action Refining Selected Directions Creating and Considering Multiple Options
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