Learning w/ Digital Media   Implications for students, parents             and teachersComparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobi...
Media: Educational vs.                     Quality• “Quality” and “educational” are not the same  thing! –NAEYC 2011• Educ...
Think Like a Food Critic        Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile                 Access to Moodle
Educational Connoisseurship                                                       -Eisner Just like a meal in a restaurant...
New Media ConnoisseurshipWhat makes new media educational?           The Machine is Using Us by; mwesch
ConnoisseurshipTo be a connoisseur you need three things:1. Access2. Awareness of qualities3. Perceptivity: the ability to...
Connoisseurship• A way of making public what we come to know, the  complexities, nuances and subtleties of aspects of the ...
Qualities of new media for            education•    Traditional filters and focus are broken down•    Collaborative•    Op...
Spot the high quality    educational new media•  Consider a the following eight examples of   new media.• Determine if you...
#1 Younow
#2 Chemistry Help
#3 policymic
#4 Spelling Video
#5 Google Science Fair
#6 FlashToPass Math
#7 iLab
#8 Virtual Choir
Educational new media checklistNew media that is educational is:    Non-bias                         Collaborative    C...
“Social interactive wrapper”-Ito• Focused• Participatory• Authentic built in feedback loop          Comparison Sept. 2010 ...
Learning w/ New Media“67 percent of parents said they wouldpurchase a mobile device for their child to usefor schoolwork i...
“Pro-users”- Bruns•   Students today must be both producers and    users of knowledge.             Comparison Sept. 2010 v...
Modern Learning and Living          Leaves Footprints• Students interacting with new media leaves  footprints and shapes t...
Footprints as Learning                Opportunities“The "publish" button isnt the end of the process.Now its time to talk ...
Footprints as Learning        OpportunitiesStudent Action News Network
Footprints as Learning       OpportunitiesLionsjournal
Footprints as Learning     OpportunitiesStudent blogs
Footprints as Learning                OpportunitiesSocial Networking Profiles:• Linkedin- professional• Facebook• Twitter ...
Footprints as Learning   Opportunities
Parents#1 Need to be wired   • Website, blogs and social media for school     communication @ ZIS                         ...
Parents#2 Need help   • Monthly help sessions   • Online parent resource center#3 Need to talk to their students about new...
Teachers#1 Need access to technology and newmedia“More technology does not necessarily make forimproved pedagogy” (Medina,...
Teachers#2 Need professional development  – Professional Learning Networks are a key    component in helping teachers unde...
Teachers#3 Need to facilitate learning in ablended environment                        http://moodle.zis.ch                ...
The FutureAll stakeholders must look out for future changesthrough the lens of a connoisseur              Comparison Sept....
It’s not all about                technologyShift from control to trust is essential foreducational institutions to embrac...
ConnectElizabeth WargoEducational Technology CoordinatorZurich International Schoolewargo@zis.ch @wargoelizabeth          ...
ReferenceBruns, A. (2006). Blogs, Wikipedia, Second Life, and Beyond. Peter Lang; New York.Carr, N. (2008). Is Google Maki...
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  • New Media in Education

    1. 1. Learning w/ Digital Media Implications for students, parents and teachersComparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle @ Zurich International School
    2. 2. Media: Educational vs. Quality• “Quality” and “educational” are not the same thing! –NAEYC 2011• Educational in the title don’t mean an app has educational value! Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    3. 3. Think Like a Food Critic Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    4. 4. Educational Connoisseurship -Eisner Just like a meal in a restaurant, learning experiences are never identical. How can we develop a palate that fosters our ability to identify the best? Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    5. 5. New Media ConnoisseurshipWhat makes new media educational? The Machine is Using Us by; mwesch
    6. 6. ConnoisseurshipTo be a connoisseur you need three things:1. Access2. Awareness of qualities3. Perceptivity: the ability to differentiate and to experience the relationship between one quality and another Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    7. 7. Connoisseurship• A way of making public what we come to know, the complexities, nuances and subtleties of aspects of the world in which we have a special interest. – Ability to make fine grained discriminations among complex, subtle qualities (Eisner, 1991) Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    8. 8. Qualities of new media for education• Traditional filters and focus are broken down• Collaborative• Open ended Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    9. 9. Spot the high quality educational new media• Consider a the following eight examples of new media.• Determine if you think they are high quality educational tools.*caution don’t be fooled by the titles*remember to think like a connoisseur Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    10. 10. #1 Younow
    11. 11. #2 Chemistry Help
    12. 12. #3 policymic
    13. 13. #4 Spelling Video
    14. 14. #5 Google Science Fair
    15. 15. #6 FlashToPass Math
    16. 16. #7 iLab
    17. 17. #8 Virtual Choir
    18. 18. Educational new media checklistNew media that is educational is:  Non-bias  Collaborative  Constructive  Authentic  Creative  Dynamic  Adaptive  Individualized Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    19. 19. “Social interactive wrapper”-Ito• Focused• Participatory• Authentic built in feedback loop Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    20. 20. Learning w/ New Media“67 percent of parents said they wouldpurchase a mobile device for their child to usefor schoolwork if the school allowed it, and 61percent said they liked the idea of studentusing mobile devices to access online Social view of learning, “wetextbooks.” –Evans 2010 participate therefore we are.” Learning Classical delivery model , “I teach, you learn.” Doing (Seely Brown, 2011) Cartesian view of learning, “I think therefore I am”
    21. 21. “Pro-users”- Bruns• Students today must be both producers and users of knowledge. Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    22. 22. Modern Learning and Living Leaves Footprints• Students interacting with new media leaves footprints and shapes their future
    23. 23. Footprints as Learning Opportunities“The "publish" button isnt the end of the process.Now its time to talk to—and learn from—strangers.” -Will Richardson, 2011Online student publishing:• Leaves positive digital footprints (builds online resume)• Builds connections• Provides a large audience Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    24. 24. Footprints as Learning OpportunitiesStudent Action News Network
    25. 25. Footprints as Learning OpportunitiesLionsjournal
    26. 26. Footprints as Learning OpportunitiesStudent blogs
    27. 27. Footprints as Learning OpportunitiesSocial Networking Profiles:• Linkedin- professional• Facebook• Twitter Student self-portrait arimoore
    28. 28. Footprints as Learning Opportunities
    29. 29. Parents#1 Need to be wired • Website, blogs and social media for school communication @ ZIS -zis.ch
    30. 30. Parents#2 Need help • Monthly help sessions • Online parent resource center#3 Need to talk to their students about new media#4 Parents have more questions than answers• Should they be “friends” with their child on Facebook?• What are “they” doing on their phones all the time? “My daughter even tries to text in the shower?” Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    31. 31. Teachers#1 Need access to technology and newmedia“More technology does not necessarily make forimproved pedagogy” (Medina, 208).
    32. 32. Teachers#2 Need professional development – Professional Learning Networks are a key component in helping teachers understand the power of engaging with new media. Photo by catspyjamasnz
    33. 33. Teachers#3 Need to facilitate learning in ablended environment http://moodle.zis.ch http://SMARLTYedu.com http://welkerswikinomics.com
    34. 34. The FutureAll stakeholders must look out for future changesthrough the lens of a connoisseur Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    35. 35. It’s not all about technologyShift from control to trust is essential foreducational institutions to embrace the power ofnew media for student learning!We all (students, parents, teachers, administrators)must be educational connoisseurs whenapproaching new media. Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    36. 36. ConnectElizabeth WargoEducational Technology CoordinatorZurich International Schoolewargo@zis.ch @wargoelizabeth Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle
    37. 37. ReferenceBruns, A. (2006). Blogs, Wikipedia, Second Life, and Beyond. Peter Lang; New York.Carr, N. (2008). Is Google Making Us Stupider? The Atlantic. Retrieved from http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2008/07/is-google-making-us-stupid/6868/Christensen, C. (2008). Disrupting Class. New York: McGraw Hill.Eisner, Elliot W. (1998) The enlightened eye : qualitative inquiry and the enhancement of educational practice. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Merrill, 1998.Ito, M. (2010). Opening Keynote 2010 NMC. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GolWlpwQqOUIto, M., Baumer, S., Bittanti, M., boyd, d., Herr-Stephenson, B., …Horst, H. ( 2009 ) Hanging Out, Geekings Out and Messing Around. Retrieved from http://llk.media.mit.edu/courses/readings/Ito_HangingOut_Intro_Ch1.pdfLinn, D., Kominers, P., Sauter, M. &, Vaidheesh, S. (2010). Re: Born Digital, in Video: Identities. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvrbgKDEii0Medina, J. (2008) Brain Works. Melbourne: Scribe Publications.Richardson, W. (2011). Publishers, Participants All. Educational Leadership, 68 (5), 22-26.Seely Brown. (2010). Closing Keynote 2010 NMC. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4FPH-Oo1iMPalfrey, J. & Gasser, U.(2008). Born Digital. New York: Basic Books.Wesch, M. (2007). The Machine is Us/ing Us. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g&list=PL01C06F0B5E2B9EE4&index=1&feature=plcp Comparison Sept. 2010 vs. 2011 Mobile Access to Moodle

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