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- 1 Bangladesh Presentation (draft outline)
- 1.1 Technology in 21st Century Education : Academic learning and teaching
- 1.2 Welcome....
- 1.3 Teaching/Learner characteristics
- 1.4 Multiple pedagogies
- 1.5 Research progression
- 1.6 Ways learners access courses
- 1.7 Teacher/Learner tools
- 1.8 eLearning systems: Case study EIT Hawke's Bay
- 1.9 Conclusion
- 1.10 References
Bangladesh Presentation (draft outline)
Technology in 21st Century Education : Academic learning and teaching
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(Anderson) Directive (Lecturer has knowledge > Students) Collective (Students construct knowledge) Connected (Knowledge socially constructed on global scale) PLNs
1.0: Library/ in books 2.0: Using online Closed databases, email, minimal citation information 3.0: Using open access Databases, online collaboration, citation statistics important (e.g. ACM in 2010 allowed authors to link to full articles directly from their personal web site.) Using Google as a start & wikipedia to background/provide starting resources. 5. Tools
Personal - OHT, Wordprocessed, Presentation (ppt), Whiteboard, Blackboard Institutional - Moodle, Library, Webinar Physical - Library, books Cloud - eBooks, Google Apps, iCloud, Sky Drive, Office 365
Ways learners access courses
Physical - in class - in library - from books Virtual - PCs - Mobile devices (smart phones, iPads) -Video Conferencing/webinars -Open Education resources (WikiEducator, Wikiversity)
peter norag teaching to 100,000
How do we cope with individualised ubiquitous learning?
Use a tool allowing learner content to be accessible from anywhere on multiple devices in many formats
Tool developed for active learning. e.g. Moodle
Students can be on campus, online (remote) or hybrid (blended)
Moodle tool guide?
- PowerPoint, WP documents
- Discussion boards
- Online quizzes
how do we prepare the teachers for this change. Providing hardware and software not enough. Requires adoption by the teachers, needs to be handled carefully as resistance can have a profound negative effect. at Eit new technologies and ideas like numeracy and literacy managed via champions. People passionate about what is being introduced and they work along side staff. Remember Peter Norah we learn best with individual instruction. not everyone will get on board. All kinds of reasons. However if there is a perceived usefulness and ease of use (tam) technology adoption has a high chance of success.
eLearning systems: Case study EIT Hawke's Bay
Moodle (EIT Online)
- Moodle Features includes Moodle Tool Guide
Using an effective eLearning system you can "hyperlink" your teaching resources directly to web resources
- Search engines - Trouble shooting/research
- YouTube. "How to videos"
- TED. "Bill Gates- Presentations by world experts"
- Online Journals: Research
The 21st C learner in a tertiary environment Develop Critical thinking skills (e.g. the ability to filter large amounts of information and synthesise rather than regurgitate what they are told.) Build learning based on a project rather than all working on the same problem.