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  • Traditional desks in a traditional classroom layout worked very well for many years. The technology and structure of the new millennia leaves little room for traditional rows of desks and chairs.
  • Traditional desks in a traditional classroom layout worked very well for many years. The technology and structure of the new millennia leaves little room for traditional rows of desks and chairs.
  • Screen sharing allows a user to closely monitor other screens on a network, and is not limited to a Mac (, 2012)). Through virtual network computing screens can be seen and controlled with Windows, Linux, and UNIX (, 2012)Photos courtesy of
  • Classroom of the Future

    1. 1. + The Future (Jablonski, 2012) of the Classroom (University of Arkansas at Littlerock, 2012) Presented by DeAnna, Marianne, & Eric EDU 511 Keiser University Dr. Bubb
    2. 2. +New Structure + NewTechnology =New Learning Styles (Interior Design, 2012)•Classrooms will look different.•Technology will allow for variedteaching approaches.•Students will be able to accessinformation on their level andlearn at their individual rate. (Lovell, 2009)The look and feel of theclassroom is changing toaccommodate a new (Hayes, n.d.)generation of learners.
    3. 3. +Classroom StructureTraditional classroom designs have beenvery effective for many generations(Capizzi, 2009). (Edventuey, 2010) (Technorhetoric, n.d.) (Glasbergen, 1996)
    4. 4. +Classroom StructureTraditional classroom designs may nolonger be the key to effective learning.Collaborative centers that focus on keyconcepts of the curriculum will replace rowsof desks and allow for tiered lessons in the (Davis, 2008)classroom. (Denham, 2009)
    5. 5.  Screensharing+ Technology  Wiki Pages  Avatars  Weebly  Technological advancements have led to an employer demand for entry level employees to possess good technology skills (Eisner, 2012).  Educators should take the time to learn more about the latest (Hunault, 2011) technology that will enhance their classroom learning environment. (Warneford, 2010) (, 2012)
    6. 6. + Virtual Network ComputingScreenSharing TechnologyThe ability to see and control another users computer overa network connection (, 2012) (, 2012)
    7. 7. Apple Remote Desktop The ability to ScreenShare on a massive level• Load multiple units with the same software at the same time• View random units on the network at any given time+• Students can “ping” their teacher for help without interrupting other students• Teachers can access computers in multiple rooms on the same network * Technology wave of the future * Willson, Personal Communication, 2012
    8. 8. +Wiki PagesWiki pages allow the students and teachers tocollaborate online and create a multitude of projects.Log on to to get started! (Hunault, 2011)
    9. 9. +AvatarsAvatars add to a tiered learning (Tizzy, 2009)environment because are a greattool for shy students to use tocreate and deliver presentations.Avatars can also be used todeliver instruction from a wikipage or blog. (Tizzy, 2009)The creativity and usefulcharacteristics of avatars add to afun learning environment.Go to to getstarted! (Andrew, 2011)
    10. 10. + Weebly  Weebly is a free and wonderful education tool that is perfect for differentiated learning.  Weebly is a very easy “drag and drop” website creator that can be used by teachers and students to enhance creativity, reading and writing skills, and technology skills.  Go to to get started! (, 2012)
    11. 11. + We hope you found this presentation informative! Sincrely, DeAnna, Marianne, & Eric
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    13. 13. ReferencesGlasbergen, R. (1996). Sammichow. Retrieved from http://, L. (n.d.). Edu Guide [image]. Retrieved from library/viewarticle/11/how- students-learn-in-a-differentiated-classroom/Hunault, M. (2011). MikaelHunaults Blog [image]. Retrieved from enterprise-wiki/ +Interior Design. (2012). Interior 2012 [image]. Retrieved from http://, M. (2012). 3D Composites [image]. Retrieved from http://, M. (2009). Interfolio [image]. Retrieved from technology-predictions-for-2010Technorhetoric. (n.d.) [image]. Technorhetoric. Retrieved from http://
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