So what is Networked Learning?

thUTCp31UTC08bUTCFri, 17 Aug 2007 10:44:44 +0000 13, 2007

LECTURE 3: The CLASSROOM OF THE FUTURE

Filed under: LECTURE 3 — melanie1987 @ 9:53p08

 The Expert Teacher (Positive Behaviours) VS. the Digital Teacher 

THE EXPERT TEACHER

THE DIGITAL TEACHER
  • Feedback

  • Prior ability

  • Instructional Quality

  • Direct Instruction

  • Remediation/feedback

  • Student Disposition

  • Class environment

  • Challenge Goals 

  • Encourages collaborative and constructivist learning

  • Moving from teacher to coach

  • Assessment becoming performance focus Encourages socialisation in a mediated space

  • Not locked down

  • Fast adoption and change encouraged

  • Get browsing to a minimum

  • Create a knowledge network through social bookworking

  • Instructional Quality varies 

How do the STUDENTS benefit from the CLASSROOM OF THE FUTURE? 

(The Millenials)

classroom-computers.jpg

  • Collaboration/teamwork

  • Experiential activities

  • Technology assumed

  • Internet better than TV

  • Results and actions, not accumulation of facts

  • Learning is trial and error (Nintendo)

  • Multitasking is a way of life

  • Typing is preferred to handwriting

  • Staying connected is essential

  • Zero tolerance for delays

  • Consumer and creator are blurring

How does SOCIETY benefit from the CLASSROOM OF THE FUTURE? 

  • “Shift Happens”

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