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Lahc Communication Platform 13th Annual Meeting


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Lahc Communication Platform 13th Annual Meeting

  1. 1. 13th ANNUAL MEMBERS CONFERENCE LAHC Communication Platform
  2. 2. Video: quot;Famous Failuresquot;
  3. 3. Basic Concepts EDUCATION: the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. COMMUNICATION: the act or process of communicating: the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. TECHNOLOGY: the sum of the ways in which social groups provide themselves with the material objects of their civilization.
  4. 4. Combining the basic concepts is essential...let's see it from the main characters.
  5. 5. DIGITAL LEARNERS Video: quot;A Vision of K12 Students todayquot;
  6. 6. That was a clear message from the students, but what about us, teachers and policy- makers?
  7. 7. Video: quot;A Brave New World Wide Webquot;
  8. 8. The LAHC has chosen a way to gather their members in to promote communication, exchange information and knowledge, engage in discussion and encourage people to about all in one place?
  9. 9. What are the benefits of a Social Network Platform? ·Send Invitations to Members and others interested in Education and ICT. ·Customize your personal page. ·Meet all the members of the network. ·Upload Photos. ·Upload Videos. ·Start a Forum Discussion, or many. ·Arrange a date for an Event, connected with other applications: Audio and Video Conference, Virtual class, Online Test, etc. ·Organize Groups to exchange information or for select topics and/or regions. ·Use the power of Blogs to communicate. ·Customize the appearance.
  11. 11. PREDICTIONS Ferguson (1994) ·Social transformation will be a consequence of personal transformation, which means that a change will be produced from the inside out. ·A transformation in the learning modes, even within the brain, will be encouraged. World Future Society (1997) ·The existence of so much information will imply rethinking what students should learn. ·Creative work will be increased by the use of computers.
  12. 12. Video: quot;Did You Know 3.0?quot; &feature=fvst
  13. 13. EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL The Implementation of Technology at School institutionally is a highly recommended practice, in order to integrate administrative and academic areas. TEACHERS Teachers require an efficient and interconnected system to collect and update information which combined with methodological techniques can produce learning and knowledge in students. STUDENTS Students have been born with Digital media, they are Native Digital users, not like us, we're Digital Immigrants. School should not be a downgrade in technological aspects when coming to education, it should actually be a smooth combination of Technology and Education.
  14. 14. Proposed Topics of Discussion Education and Instruction Are they the same? Are they complementary or mutually exclusive. Technology and Methodology What is an effective way to integrate technology into the pedagogical methodology? Traditional Education vs. Virtual Education What are their diffrences? Will virtual be the standard in the future?
  15. 15. Proposed Collaborative Projects Global Warming Use of Technology Recycling of Materials Students preferences Reforestation Students production Biodiversity Teachers needs School policy on Global Parents needs Warming Community Outreach Nature or Man-made? Global Citizens Interconnected VirtualLearning Videoconferencing between LAHC schools Exchange programs between LAHC schools for ICT savvy students Interconnected Language learning international IB projects