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THE END OF TEACHING

  1. THE END OF TEACHING AS WE   KNOW IT @agalorda     BY ÁLVARO GONZÁLEZ-ALORDA
  2. In  the  spirit     of  honoring   tradition,   universities   hang  on  to   past  practices   imperiling   their  futures.   CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN HARVARD UNIVERSITY
  3. Professors   teach  today   exactly  the   same  way   they  taught   a  thousand   years  ago.   SEBASTIAN THRUN STANFORD UNIVERSITY
  4. Every   industry  will   be  disrupted   and  rebuilt   with  people   at  the  center.   SHERYL SANDBERG FACEBOOK COO
  5. 6 KEY DRIVERS OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TO WATCH SOURCE ·∙ NMC HORIZON REPORT: 2012 HIGHER EDUCATION EDITION
  6. People  expect   to  be  able  to   work,  learn   and  study   #1 whenever  and   wherever   they  want  to.      
  7. #2 Cloud  Computing.    We  will   want  our  information  to  be   accessible  in  any  device.  
  8. The  world  is  increasingly  collaborative,   driving  changes  in  the  way  students   projects  are     structured.       #3
  9. Since  information   is  everywhere,     the  quality  of   mentoring     will  make  the   difference.     #4
  10. Embracing  hybrid  learning  models     (face  to  face  +  online),  can  leverage  the   online  skills  students  have  already   developed  independent  of  academia.       #5
  11. Shifting  from  teacher-­‐centered  to   #6 student-­‐centered  education  &   engaging  them  by  connecting  the   curriculum  with  real  life  issues.  
  12. 5 CHALLENGES HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS NEED TO FACE SOURCE ·∙ NMC HORIZON REPORT: 2012 HIGHER EDUCATION EDITION
  13. New  models  of  education   #1 are  bringing  unprecented   competition  to  the   traditional  models.  
  14. The  new  forms  of  publishing   #2 and  researching  are  not  yet   well  understood  by  academic   decision-­‐makers.  
  15. #3 We  are  far  from  seeing  digital   media  literacy  as  an  expected   norm  for  academic  professionals.  
  16. #4 Experimentation  with   innovative  applications  of   technologies  is  often  seen  as   outside  the  role  of  researchers.  
  17. In  an  open  source  world,  libraries   are  under  pressure  to  evolve  new   ways  of  supporting  scholarship.   #5
  18. 2 TECHNOLOGIES TO WATCH IN THE NEAR-TERM HORIZON SOURCE ·∙ NMC HORIZON REPORT: 2012 HIGHER EDUCATION EDITION
  19. Mobile  apps  can  take  advantage   #1 of  the  convergence  of  electronic   publishing,  search  technology   and  location  awareness.  
  20. Tablet  computing  presents   #2 new  opportunities  to  enhance   learning  experiences  in  ways   other  devices  can’t.  
  21. 2 MY CONCLUSIONS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION PROFESSORS AND INSTITUTIONS
  22. @agalorda  Professors  need  to   challenge  themselves  by   #experimenting  and  creating   disruptive  teaching   methodologies.   #1    
  23. @agalorda  Presential  teaching   is  becoming  a  luxury  you’ll  only   pay  for  if  professors  are  really   #inspiring.  Good  content     won’t  be  enough.   #2  
  24. Join  the  conversation  at:   bit.ly/agalorda

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