Teaching & Learning In The Information Age

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  • 1.Teaching & Learning in the INFORMATION Age Steve Wheeler Faculty of Education Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006

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  • CHANGE

society culture technology economy pedagogy Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 3. CHANGE 4. 5. Question: In pairs list the changes that have occurred in schools as a direct result of the introduction of learning technologies Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 6. ICT Promotes Changes in...

  • teaching methods
  • assessment of learning
  • record keeping
  • resource development
  • communication
  • curriculum design
  • evaluation

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  • Uses of ICT in UK Classrooms:
    • Web pages for news / information
    • Homework assignments
    • e-Transfer of work
    • Collaborative working
    • Creative expression (e.g. music)
    • E-mail penpals ePals
    • Distributed learning

UK Schools Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 8. EVALUATION Technology Supported Learning Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 Instruction CourseMaterials Interaction Student TECHNOLOGY 9. Technology Supported Learning and Communication Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 EVALUATION CourseMaterials Student TECHNOLOGY Interaction Teacher StudentGroup 10. Anytime Anyplace Learning Same Time Same Place Same Time Different Place Different Time Same Place Different Time Different Place L O C A L R E M O T E A S Y N C H R O N O U S S Y N C H R O N O U S Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 11. Anytime Anyplace Learning Same Time Same Place Same Time Different Place Different Time Same Place Different Time Different Place L O C A L R E M O T E A S Y N C H R O N O U S S Y N C H R O N O U S Real TimeEncounter Model Resource Based Learning ModelIndependentStudy Model TimeIndependent Model Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 12. Anytime Anyplace Learning Same Time Same Place Same Time Different Place Different Time Same Place Different Time Different Place L O C A L R E M O T E A S Y N C H R O N O U S S Y N C H R O N O U S ? ? ? Whiteboard Overhead Projector Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 13. Anytime Anyplace Learning Same Time Same Place Same Time Different Place Different Time Same Place Different Time Different Place L O C A L R E M O T E A S Y N C H R O N O U S S Y N C H R O N O U S Chalk board Overhead Projector Slides Text Video Conference Audio Conference Satellite TV, Text CBL, CAI, CAL Multimedia, CD-ROM Text, Video, Audio WWW Electronic Mail Streaming Media Text, Video, Audio Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 14. Anytime Anyplace Learning Same Time Same Place Same Time Different Place Different Time Same Place Different Time Different Place L O C A L R E M O T E A S Y N C H R O N O U S S Y N C H R O N O U S Chalk board Overhead Projector Slides Text Video Conference Audio Conference Satellite TV, Text CBL, CAI, CAL Multimedia, CD-ROM Text, Video, Audio WWW Electronic Mail Streaming Media Text, Video, Audio Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 15. Activity: In pairs, list the factors that may prevent Anytime, Anyplace learning from happening in British Education Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 16. Any teacher who can be replaced by a computer. should be. Sir Arthur C. Clarke Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 17. Issues to address

  • shift towards shared working spaces
  • greater sharing of resources
  • more collaborative learning
  • greater liberty for students
  • less control for teachers
  • motivation levels
  • technophobia
  • cost (purchase, updates, repairs, training)

Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 18. Activity: In pairs, list at least 3 new teacher roles that have resulted from the introduction of ICT into schools Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 19.

  • adopt ICT Co-ordination
  • integrate ICT into curricula
  • deliver specialist computer training
  • practice new ways of assessing
  • develop new ways of communicating
  • create new teaching resources
  • devise new teaching methods
  • encourage more collaborative learning

New Teacher Roles Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 20. Why Must Roles Change?

  • some resources are becoming obsolete
  • some assessment methods are becoming redundant
  • content knowledge is no longer enough
  • students need critical thinking skills
  • potential information overload
  • human thought is non-linear

Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 21. The Future...

  • Integrated technology
  • Web 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, ?
  • Pervasive technology
  • Mobile personal technologies
  • Tele-collaboration
  • Digital books / paper
  • Wearable/Invasive applications
  • Tele-immersion
  • ? Any-time any-place learning

22. Steve Wheeler [email_address] www2.plymouth.ac.uk/distancelearning/ Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 23.

  • Children love computers
  • Children enjoy working together
  • Children like to compete
  • Computers can be used to help children to work together
  • Off Task behaviour may be constructive and helpful for learning

UK Schools Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 24.

  • Widespread use of networked computers
  • Mix of media and technology
  • All ages involved
  • Distribution of resources
  • Project based work
  • Library based systems

American Schools Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2006 25. Source:http://www.stel.ru/en/e-learning/e-learning.gif 26. Source:http://www.definition.be/images/schema_cv.gif 27. Source:http://www.atinav.com/aveimages/business-e-Learning.gif 28. Source:http://www.elearnspace.org/images/Categories%20of%20eLearning.gif

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