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  1. 1. Vincent Brown IP1 Powerpoint Presentation
  2. 2. learners? Generation Y Millennials Children in the 80’s Children who mainly use the internet or technology daily http://henric.weblog.mur.at/bleistift-kase-revolution/
  3. 3. Characteristics of today’s learners Up to date cellphone users Computer savvy Technology dependent Possess internet use skills In need of variety for learning
  4. 4. How are they different from other generations Mindset Previous generations used radio and TV. This generation use internet
  5. 5. technology for formal and informal learning Formally o Classroom instruction o Differentiation o As engagement o Communication o To create projects Informally o Learning games o Learning apps o Collaboration and technology o To critique each others work o Cellphone Use in the Classroom
  6. 6. What is Informal Learning Student Centered Lacks Strategic Structure Includes Technology Use Cellphones and the Internet Takes place in any Location
  7. 7. What is Formal Learning Strategically Planned Created prior to lessons Professional lessons Prepared in lieu of a Curriculum Teacher assessments
  8. 8. Classroom Instruction/ Reading Under achieving students Slow readers Emerging readers Comprehension Engagement
  9. 9. Differentiation Math Technology Students’ with disabilities Hands-on Interaction
  10. 10. Engagement Increase interaction Motivation Increase Performance skills
  11. 11. Communicate Generational gap in methods of communication Critical Thinking Expression Technology as a tool to communicate
  12. 12. Project Based Learning Student learning Projects as a way to learn Learning through engagement Skill development
  13. 13. Learning games Build skills Engage students Create active learners Immediate feedback Numerous lessons
  14. 14. Learning apps STEM Apps Classroom use Creativity Responsibility
  15. 15. Collaboration and technology Communication Technology Teamwork Effectiveness Engineering
  16. 16. Critiquing classmates work  Feedback
  17. 17. Cellphone Use in the Classroom Cellphones Computer use Facebook Social websites Communication
  18. 18. Effects of technology on learning environments Positive Negative Barriers Assessments
  19. 19. Cont.… Positive Teacher use of Technology Increase Student Knowledge Increase Self-Efficacy
  20. 20. Best Practices  It is recommended that teachers begin to integrate technology into the daily classroom instruction (p. 24). Technology is moving forward and students are becoming more knowledgeable about the use of technology; therefore, supporting the fact that technology is needed in a formal and informal education setting.
  21. 21. Conclusion  Although many put different emphasizes on learning through the use of technology, they fail to see the benefits that students gain. There are often students who drop out of school, but later return as nontraditional learners because of the availability of classes offered via technology and the Internet. In order to continue to increase learning, there must continue to be research conducted to identify the effects of technology use in education (Milheim, 2007).
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