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Final Project Ad

  1. 1. Time spent Learning?
  2. 2. Where is education headed? Sir Ken Richardson mentions the unpredictability of it in a TED conference on ‘How we Learn’.
  3. 3. Computing Technology Growth
  4. 4. Born Digital Generation
  5. 5. Ubiquitous Technologies
  6. 6. Meeting New Needs
  7. 7. ‘Age of Information’
  8. 8. Many voices, many ideas converging . . .
  9. 9. Working Together, building, modifying and rebuilding knowledge.
  10. 10. Multilingual and multicultural tools powered by individuals.
  11. 11. Knowledge is Socially Constructed Jean Piaget (1926) Lev Vygotsky (1962)
  12. 12. Global Knowledge Base
  13. 13. Open Source forging many connections
  14. 14. Worldwide Collaborative Learning
  15. 15. Connexions
  16. 16. MIT FREE Course Materials
  17. 17. Sites for collaborative education
  18. 18. OWL Institute
  19. 19. Interactive Open Education
  20. 20. Putting it all Together, Together
  21. 21. The Universe is a big Place to Observe
  22. 22. Costs of Technology
  23. 23. Give Open Source a Chance! Saying no to: Saying yes to:
  24. 24. Socialist vs. Capitalist Models
  25. 25. Knowledge as a Stock?
  26. 26. Knowledge as a Commodity?
  27. 27. Collaboration and Social Justice Karl Marx Thomas Dewey
  28. 28. Looking Forward Building New Identities
  29. 29. Open Source Social Systems
  30. 30. Knowledge comes from every level in every direction
  31. 31. Technology within us
  32. 32. Technology inside of our brains cells, networked to the entire world of knowledge, communicating and collaborating with others at an unimaginable pace!
  33. 33. Human Synapses Connecting to Global Social Networks
  34. 34. Wireless Access to the Brain
  35. 35. Final Note “How we shape and engineer the technology, tools, organization of knowledge, and virtual communities on the expanding Internet information infrastructure will directly affect the potential productivity, roles, and equity of opportunity of young people in the near and distant future, and thereby will affect the kind of society into which we evolve” (Hunter and Richards,2003, p.11).

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