How Media is Changing the
Way We Learn
Tammy Stephens
Developing Minds with Digital Media: Habits of Mind in the YouTube Era
By Margaret Weigel & Katie Heikkinen
(November 2007...
Piaget’s Four Levels of Development
Sensorimotor stage: 0-2
Preoperational stage: 2-7
Concrete operational stage: 7-12
For...
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Sensimoter Stage: 0-2
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Sensimoter Stage: 0-2
TV
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Sensimoter Stage: 0-2
TV
DVD/ VCR
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Sensimoter Stage: 0-2
TV
DVD/ VCR
Preoperational stage: 2-7
TV, DVD, VCR
Preoperational stage: 2-7
Computer
Video Games
Concrete operational stage: 7-12
Concrete operational stage: 7-12
Computer
Word Processing
Concrete operational stage: 7-12
Computer
Word Processing
TV (3 hours)
Music (1 hour)
Video Games (1 hour)
Concrete operational stage: 7-12
Computer
Word Processing
TV (3 hours)
Music (1 hour)
Video Games (1 hour)
Social Networki...
Formal operational stage: 12+
Hours Spent Per Day on Media
What % of Teens:
• Social Network?
• Have their own blog?
• Instant Message (IM)?
• Create content and media to share on t...
Homework
Instant Messaging
(71%)
Blogging (19%)
Creating Media
(57%)
Social Networking (55%)
Learning to Change Video
Teens Use of Cell Phones
• 83% use their phones to take pictures.
• 64% share pictures with others.
• 60% play music on th...
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
When they are on a computer, 62% are also using another
form of media and 64% are engaging in multiple computer
activities...
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Access to this participatory culture functions as a new form of
the hidden...
References:
Jenkins, H., Clinton, K., Purushotma, R., Robison, A., & Weigel, M. (2006). Confronting the Challenges of
Part...
Specializing in Technology
Integration Services
Contact Information
Tammy Stephens
School Perceptions
tstephens@schoolperc...
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    1. 1. How Media is Changing the Way We Learn Tammy Stephens
    2. 2. Developing Minds with Digital Media: Habits of Mind in the YouTube Era By Margaret Weigel & Katie Heikkinen (November 2007) Harvard University Project Zero
    3. 3. Piaget’s Four Levels of Development Sensorimotor stage: 0-2 Preoperational stage: 2-7 Concrete operational stage: 7-12 Formal operational stage: 12+ Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    4. 4. Specializing in Technology Integration Services Sensimoter Stage: 0-2
    5. 5. Specializing in Technology Integration Services Sensimoter Stage: 0-2 TV
    6. 6. Specializing in Technology Integration Services Sensimoter Stage: 0-2 TV DVD/ VCR
    7. 7. Specializing in Technology Integration Services Sensimoter Stage: 0-2 TV DVD/ VCR
    8. 8. Preoperational stage: 2-7
    9. 9. TV, DVD, VCR Preoperational stage: 2-7 Computer Video Games
    10. 10. Concrete operational stage: 7-12
    11. 11. Concrete operational stage: 7-12 Computer Word Processing
    12. 12. Concrete operational stage: 7-12 Computer Word Processing TV (3 hours) Music (1 hour) Video Games (1 hour)
    13. 13. Concrete operational stage: 7-12 Computer Word Processing TV (3 hours) Music (1 hour) Video Games (1 hour) Social Networking
    14. 14. Formal operational stage: 12+
    15. 15. Hours Spent Per Day on Media
    16. 16. What % of Teens: • Social Network? • Have their own blog? • Instant Message (IM)? • Create content and media to share on the web? Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    17. 17. Homework Instant Messaging (71%) Blogging (19%) Creating Media (57%) Social Networking (55%)
    18. 18. Learning to Change Video
    19. 19. Teens Use of Cell Phones • 83% use their phones to take pictures. • 64% share pictures with others. • 60% play music on their phones. • 46% play games on their phones. • 32% exchange videos on their phones. • 31% exchange instant messages on their phones. • 27% go online for general purposes on their phones. • 23% access social network sites on their phones. • 21% use email on their phones. • 11% purchase things via their phones. Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    20. 20. Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    21. 21. When they are on a computer, 62% are also using another form of media and 64% are engaging in multiple computer activities at the same time.
    22. 22. Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    23. 23. Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    24. 24. Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    25. 25. Specializing in Technology Integration Services Access to this participatory culture functions as a new form of the hidden curriculum, shaping which youth will succeed and which will be left behind as they enter school and the workplace (Jenkins et al., 2006).
    26. 26. References: Jenkins, H., Clinton, K., Purushotma, R., Robison, A., & Weigel, M. (2006). Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century: McArthur Foundation. Lenhart, A., Madden, M., & Hitlin, P. (2005). Teens and technology, Youth are leading the transition to a fully wired and mobile nation: Pew Internet & American Life Project. Nicholas, C. (2008). Is Google making us stupid? Atlantic Monthly, July/August 2008. Rideout, V. J., Elizabeth A. Vandewater, and Ellen A. Wartella. (2003). Zero to Six: Electronic Media in the Lives of Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers: The Kaiser Family Foundation. Stephen, J. (2006). Everything bad is Good for you: How today's popular culture is actually making us smarter: Penguin Publisher. Weigel, M., & Heikkinen, K. (2007). Developing Minds with Digital Media: Habits of Mind in the YouTube Era: Harvard University. Specializing in Technology Integration Services
    27. 27. Specializing in Technology Integration Services Contact Information Tammy Stephens School Perceptions tstephens@schoolperceptions.com http://www.schoolperceptions.com (800) 644.4300

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