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Toffler’s three waves-timeline[2]


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Toffler’s three waves-timeline[2]

  1. 1. Toffler’s Three Waves Timeline by ARBERNICE ROUSE
  2. 2. First Wave: Agricultural Age 8000 B.C. 1750  Extended family. Family business was agriculture. People traveled on foot or horses and communicated face-to-face. Unemployment was as low as 1.7% in 1906 to as high as 8% in 1908. Oral limited books, multiage groups, and home schooling. 1
  3. 3. The Second Wave The Industrial Age 1750-1955  Nuclear Family Top down bureaucratic factories Automobiles and planes Face-to-face communication Books videos, and filmstrips were used. Children were grouped by age and gender in schools.
  4. 4. The Third Wave Informational Age 1950-2005 One both parents in the household worked. Collaborative teamwork, flexible hours and location.  Automobiles, cell phones, and computers. Digital hyperlinks and the internet .
  5. 5. The Fourth Wave Global Communication In this age where we have information at the tip of our fingers through the worldwide web via the internet, the use of the iPad a portable notebook, cloning of animals and genetic manipulation.
  6. 6. Resources Toffler, Alvin (1980). The third wave. New York, NY: Bantam Books.
  7. 7. Strand 2 Technology: Key advances and innovations for each decade
  8. 8. 1900-1910 1901-Herbert Booth a compact modern vacuum cleaner 1903-Wright Brothers -first motored and manned airplane. 1910-Thomas Edison -demonstrated the first talking motion picture. 1914-Garrett A Morgan- the first Morgan gas mask 1919-Charles Strite - pop-up toaster
  9. 9. 1920-1930 1923-Garrett A Morgan traffic light 1925John Logie Baird mechanical television (precursor to the modern television) 1930-Harold Edgerton - stop-action photography 1932-Edwin Herbert Land Polaroid photography 1933Edwin Howard Armstrong frequency modulation (FM radio)
  10. 10. 1940-1950 1940-Peter Goldmark-colored television 1942-John Atanasoff and Clifford Berry first electronic digital computer 1946-Percy Spencer microwave oven 1951-Charles Ginsburg first video tape recorder (VTR) 1957-Fortran (computer language)
  11. 11. 1960-1970 1962-the audio cassette 1963-video disk 1964-(an early computer language) 1965-Janes Russell compact disk 1968-Robert Dennard RAM (random access memory) 1979-cell phone
  12. 12. 1980-1990 1981-IBM –PC 1984-Apple Macintosh 1985-Windows by Microsoft 1990-Tim Berners-Lee the World Wide Web and Internet protocol (HTTP) and WWW language (HTML) 1993- the Pentium processor 1996- Web TV
  13. 13. 2000 and onwards 2001-Apple portable music digital player iPod 2007-Apple iPhone 2010- Apple iPad
  14. 14. References
  15. 15. Strand 3 Work: Business and corporate philosophies by decade
  16. 16. 1900-1910 1900-US Steel Corporation organized 1900-Twenty-four million workers age10 and older registered 1902-Approximately 150 thousand United Mine Workers strike for wage increase 1913-Labor Department established 1914-World War I began in Europe
  17. 17. 1920-1930 1921-The Black Labor Party strike of mine workers failed 1929-The Dow Jones closed a 381.17. 1929-Stock Market crashed on the 24th of October, was called “Black Thursday” began the Great Depression 1930-Unemployment rate was high 1930-The population of the US was at 123 million 1934-100 million acres were ruined by the Dust Storm and 200 million acres of cropland 1938-Fair Labor Standards Act establishes minimum wages
  18. 18. 1940-1950 1940-First Social Security benefit checks are paid out January 30th 1941-Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor starts World War II 1943-The president freezes prices, salaries and wages to prevent inflation 1947-Taft-Hartley Act passed 1950-1953-Korean War 1955-AFL and CIO merge and becomes AFL-CIO 1955-1975 Vietnam War
  19. 19. 1960-1970 1963-Equal Pay Act passes 1969-ATM began operating in New York 1972-Watergate Scandal
  20. 20. 1980-1990 1980-The Federal Hourly Wage was set to $3.10 an hour 1980-60,000 oil refinery workers strike 1980-Unemployment rate 7.1 percent 1991-The Persian Gulf War (January 16th-April 6th) 1993-North American Free Trade Agreement passes 1998-Google
  21. 21. 2000 and onwards 2004-Congress extends tax cuts 2005-Hurricane Katrina leaves millions homeless and 1,000 died 2007-Minimum wages goes from $5.15 per hour to $5.85 2009-Wages went to $7.25 per hour 2009-Unemployment reaches 9.3 percent
  22. 22. Resources http://www.animatedatlas./com/timeline.html cent/1900.HTML
  23. 23. Strand 4 Education: Important theories of learning and instruction by decade
  24. 24. 1900-1910 1901-Dewey publishes Psychology and How We Think describing his Functional Theories. 1912-Frederic Burk developed one of the first individual instruction systems. 1913-Thorndike’s Connectionism of Learning =Stimulus- Responses became the leading educational psychology. 1919-The Winnetka Plan was developed by Carleton W. Washburn which provided self-instructional and self- corrective practice materials.
  25. 25. 1920-1930 1920-Kurt Lewin’s Field Theory and a Science of Instruction. 1922-Dewey publishes Human Nature and Conduct describing the interaction of the individual and his environment. 1925-1935-Henry Clinton Morrison’s Morris Plan 1929-Piaget presents his learning theory of genetic epistemology. Learning is the construction of meaning. 1938-Skinner publishes Behavior of Organisms that repopularizes behaviorist classroom models.
  26. 26. 1940-1950 1953 - Burrhus Frederic (B.F.) Skinner's Science and Human Behavior is published. His form of behaviorism (operant conditioning), which emphasizes changes in behavior due to reinforcement, becomes widely accepted and influences many aspects of American education 1954-Skinner publishes The science of Learning and the Art of Teaching. 1956-Edward Bloom Blooms Taxonomy
  27. 27. 1960-1970 1962-Vygotsky publishes Thought and Language that explores social development theories of learning. 1965-The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) is passed. 1966-Bruner publishes Toward a Theory of Instruction where he introduces Constructivist Learning Theory. 1977-Sternberg publishes Intelligence, Information Processing, and Analogical Reasoning informing a Triarchic Learning Theory.
  28. 28. 1980-1990 1982 –Gardner publishes Art Mind and brain in which he introduces his Multiple Intelligences Learning Theory. 1982 - Madeline C. Hunter's book, Mastery Teaching, is published. 1985 - Microsoft Windows 1.0, the first independent version of Windows is released.
  29. 29. 2000 and onward 2000-David Wiley LODAS Learning Object Design and Sequencing. 2001 - The controversial No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) is approved by Congress and signed into law. 2003 - Ruth Clark Efficiency of Learning
  30. 30. Resources Toffler, Alvin (1980). The third wave. New York, NY: Bantam Books.
  31. 31. Strand 5 Society and culture: Events that determined the thinking of each decade
  32. 32. 1900-1910 1903 – Wright brothers make the first controlled, sustained flight in heavier-than-air aircraft at Kitty Hawk, N.C. 1906 - San Francisco earthquake and three-day fire; more than 500 dead. 1907 – First blood transfusion with human blood. 1916 – Polio epidemic in the US. 1918 - Worldwide influenza epidemic strikes; by 1920, nearly 20 million are dead. In U.S., 500,000 perish.
  33. 33. 1920-1930 1920-Women gained the right to vote. 1922 – Insulin discovered. 1928 – Penicillin discovered. 1928 – First Mickey Mouse Cartoon. 1931 – Empire State Building completed. 1933 – Prohibition ends.
  34. 34. 1940-1950 1944- D Day 1946 – Dr. Spock’s common Book on Baby and Childcare. 1950 – First “Peanuts” Cartoon Strip. 1952- Car seatbelt introduced. 1954 – Segregation ruled illegal in the US.
  35. 35. 1960-1970 1964 – Civil Rights Act passes in the US. 1965 – New York City black out. 1967 – First heart transplant. 1969 – Sesame Street airs. 1973 – Roe versus Wade.
  36. 36. 1980-1990 1981 – New plague identified as AIDS. 1982 – Michael Jackson’s song “Thriller” introduced. 1986 – Challenger Space Shuttle explodes. 1999 – Killing spree at Columbine High School.
  37. 37. 2000 and onward 2000 - George W Bush accepts the presidency following questions about ballots. 2000 - Y2K Bug. 2000 – Mapping the human genome.
  38. 38. Strand 6 Political
  39. 39. 1900-1910 1902 –Cuba gains independence from Spain. 1905 - Russian Revolution “Bloody Sunday” 1907 – Second Hague Peace Conference. 1909 – National Association of Colored People founded by W.E.B. DuBois.
  40. 40. 1920-1930 1920 – 19th Amendment ratified Women’s Suffrage. 1923 - Adolf Hitler's "Beer Hall Putsch" in Munich fails; in 1924 he is sentenced to five years in prison where he writes Mein Kampf. 1924 – Teapot Dome Scandal. 1932 – Famine is widespread in the U.S.S.R.
  41. 41. 1940-1950 1940 – Winston Churchill becomes Britain’s Prime Minister. 1941 – First US Lend Lease shipment of food sent to Britain. 1942 – Declaration of United nations is signed in Washington. 1950- Korean War begins
  42. 42. 1960-1970 1963 – John F Kennedy assainated. 1964 – Civil Rights Act signed. 1972 – Watergate Scandal. 1974 – US President Nixon resigns.
  43. 43. 1980-1990 1981 – Sandra Day O Connor first woman appointed to Supreme Court. 1985 – PLO terrorist hijack the Achille Lauro cruise ship. 1986 – President Regan freezes Libyia assests.
  44. 44. 2000 and onwards 2000 – Mad Cow Disease alarms Europe. 2001 – Sept. 11th terrorist attack on the US. 2001 – 178 nations reach an agreement on climate and global warming
  45. 45. Resources http://www.animatedatlas./com/timeline.html cent/1900.HTML