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  • 1. The Future of Learning:Blended learning? Enrique Arias Castao

2. The Future...? It is very difficult to predict the future. Itsdifficult to even predictwhat will happen in thenext year. 3. The Future...? When he saw a demonstration of the telephone in 1880, a U.SMayor declared: One dayevery town in America will have a telephone! 4. Advances intechnology, information, and communication, have changed the way learning and instruction are carried out. 5. Heres a problem for teachers:For the first time we are preparing students for a future we cannot clearly describe. David Warlick 6. Formal and Informal learningShouldnt we now start to blend formal and informal learning?FormalInformal Learning Learning20%80%Source: Cofer, D. (2000). Informal Workplace Learning. 7. Students today are doing thingsdifferently from those 20 years ago 8. 9. .....are not the same as... 10. Learners enjoy learning when itsengaging and fun! 11. Engaging and fun! 12. anytime personalisedanyplace 13. Across the YearsVeterans 1945 BabyBoomersGen X1965 1980Y 2000 Gen Z ?Generation YEcho Boomers MillennialsBaby Busters Generation NextNet Gen Nintendo GenerationBoomlets 14. Across the Years Veterans1945Baby BoomersGen X 1965 1980 Y 2000Gen Z ?shifts happened 15. Handwriting Typing SpiralPost-It NotebooksHighlighting FilingPaper-based culture 16. E-mail WebcamsBlogging GamingGooglingStreaming Screen-basedculture 17. Learners will need new literacies Social networking Privacy maintenance Identity management Creating content Organising content Reusing and repurposing Filtering and selecting Self broadcasting 18. Learners will need new literacies Social networking Privacy maintenance Identity management Creating content Organising content Reusing and repurposing Filtering and selecting Self broadcasting 19. Personalised Learning? 20. Personalised Learning? 21. Personalisation of learning meansensuring that individual differencesare acknowledged 22. Personal Learning EnvironmentsPLEs are not only personal web tools and personal learningnetworks. PLEs takesrealia, as well as learningthrough TV, music, paperPersonal based materials, radio &more formal contexts.Learning PersonalNetworkLearningLearning content is not asEnvironment important now as where (or who) to connect to, to find it.Personal PWTs are any web tools,Web Tools(usually Web 2.0) chosen by learners to support their lifelong learning. Source: 23. Sources of InformationPrint VisualsAnimation VideosAudio Internet Wikis, Blogs Conversations 24. Learning EnvironmentsBROADCASTTELEVISION / ONLINE MOBILE RADIOLEARNING LEARNINGINFORMALSCHOOL-BASED MULTIMEDIA LEARNINGCLOSEDOPENSTRUCTURED ACCESSIBLE 25. Learning ToolsSatellite TV,Computer Internet, LMSVideosBased LearningMobiles,Social SoftwareGames 26. Modes of CommunicationE-mailTextingVoice Chat/Conferencing Online Office InstantSocialToolsMessengersNetworks 27. Social Media use>500 Million>125 Million>100 Million>50 Million2 Billion views/day >4 Billion images>14 million24 hours/minutearticlesSource: 28. Advent of theinternet Culture oftechnology Changes in modescommunication Changes in the forms of information 29. digital nativesborn with I.T.YThey dont know any other way 30. 21 stCENTURY Educators are facedwith even more CHALLENGES than the last century 31. Tech-Savvy Multi-Taskers PersonalHands-OnVisualCollaborativeGoal-Oriented YSocial 32. Wheres the Conflict?vs Traditional . 21 CenturystTeacher Learner 33. Wheres the Conflict?vs Traditional . ModernLearnerLearner 34. Beliefs FILE SHARING 35. Beliefs INFORMAL LEARNING 36. Trust NEW SOURCES 37. Old Learner vs. New Learner Techno- Tech-SavvyPhobicSequential Multi-TaskerFormalPersonalPassive Hands-On 38. Old Learner vs. New Learner Text Based VisualCompetitiveCollaborativeTask- Goal-OrientedOriented Private Social 39. Shift in Learning Theories forthe Online Environment Cognitivism Social- Constructivist Knowledge is Make their ownsimply acquired, meaningaccumulatedthrough activities Learning is mostly and taskindividual Learning from and with others 40. Teachers have to keep up Technology LiteracyMedia LiteracyOnline Communication Internet Tools 41. Students with21 st century skillsrequire teacherswith 21st centuryskills too! 42. 21st Century Skilled TeacherComputer-SavvyCreativeCriticalConstructiveConnectedCommunicative 43. BRAIN BREAK 44. Cuando alcancemos elptimo deinformacin, habremos llegado al mximo dedesinformacin POR SATURACINIgnacio Ramonet, periodista espaol, figura principal del movimientoantiglobalizacin. 45. PODCAST podcast is from iPodand broadcast Un podcast se asemejaa una suscripcin a unblog hablado en la querecibimos losprogramas a travs deInternet. File to download mp3 Difusion on RSS (ReallySimple Syndication) 46. VOXOPOP.COM Not traditional forum Audiorecord participationsConversational groups: open &restrictive 47. PODOMATIC.COM web/blog developer: - Attach audio files EJMS: http://los39sonidos.podom http://audiolibros.podoma 48. PODERATO.COM podcast developer EJMS: http://www.poder alcr/futbol- 1 Gb to total/ftbol-total-7- uploadde-mayo-2012 49. VOCAROO.COM Simple Simple interface easy Record or upload audio files useful 50mb 50. VIDEOCAST ElVideocastoVideopodcastesunarchivo multimedia quecontiene una informacincombinada de audio yvideo Los videos se puedenpublicar en un servidorexterno (YouTube, porejemplo) EJM: 51. Mind mapsconceptual mapsGraphic representations of knowledge 52. MINDMEISTER.COM FaceBook user and try it withoutSubmit Print and variety of formats Share with others 53. MINDOMO.COM 54. COMAPPING.COM 55. BUBBL.US Brainstorming 56. CMAPTOOLSFREEMINDInstallationFREE 57. WEBSITES Jimdo web editor, free, fast, and easy to use Wix online editor - Flash 58. PREZI.COM Prezi zooming, designing,drawing and presenting presentations off-line (download as Flash) FaceBook 59. And more tools eed2 Powerpoint to video Cuadernia /casa/index.html Video online Videos from images SKYPE (install)


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