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Vision.Key

  1. 1. Trends for Teaching and Learning 2.0 Thoughts, Ideas and Reflections
  2. 2. New Forces Blurring and blending the classroom, roles and expectations Mobility - movement, delivery, convenience, reconfigurations Socialization - networking Engagement - each other and technology The ‘Human’ touch Learning contracts
  3. 3. The Focus or Shifting Paradigms Co-design Co-teach Co-learn Co-assess
  4. 4. Our Choice? Adapt - INNOVATION? to new technologies to new perceptions, expectations, or Adopt - INNOVATION? new teaching environment learning spaces
  5. 5. New Technologies Informal learning New/er technologies New/er forms of learning Different solutions and technologies
  6. 6. New Pedagogies Collaborative learning Problem-based learning Team-based learning Active learning Pedagogies of engagement
  7. 7. Technological Characteristics Shared knowledge Social tagging - “folksonomies” User-created content Social networking Examples include blogs, wikis, podcasts, videos, collaborative groups, shared spaces
  8. 8. Literacy Address and enhance (whether Digital Native or Digital Immigrant) Information literacy Technological literacy Visual literacy
  9. 9. Web 2.0 O’Reilly - coined term Web 2.0 7 Principles or Characteristics of Web 2.0
  10. 10. The “Forces” Friedman - The World is Flat Gladwell - The Tipping Point, Blink EDUCAUSE - Educating the Net Generation EDUCAUSE - Learning Spaces Prensky - Digital natives, digital immigrants
  11. 11. Teaching and Learning 2.0 Focus on collaboration Focus on information retrieval, knowledge construction Learning in an environment that is immersive, participatory, social and collaborative
  12. 12. Future Directions New technology New terms or concepts New learners or approaches to learning New teaching
  13. 13. Reasons Teaching and learning change in response to restructuring of world Teaching and learning change to empower individuals to compete and collaborate Teaching and learning provide lifelong immediate learning skills
  14. 14. The Shift Teacher-centered to Learner-centered, to Learning-centered
  15. 15. The Next Beginning Instead of teaching and learning for today, we are teaching and learning on the edge of tomorrow We teach for tomorrow’s learners

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