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E-Learning Foundation
Engaging and
Supporting Teachers
Bob Harrison
www.setuk.co.uk
[email protected]
Twitter @bobharrisonset
Resistance To Innovation
“ Students today cannot prepare bark
to calculate their problems. They
depend on their slates which are
more expensive. What will they do
when the slate is dropped and it is
broken? They will be unable to
write.”
1703 Teachers’ Conference
Resistance To Innovation
“ Students today depend on paper
too much. They do not know how to
write on slate without getting chalk
dust on themselves. They cannot
clean a slate properly. What will they
do when they run out of paper?”
1815 Principals’ Publication
Resistance To Innovation
“ Students today depend too much on
ink. They do not know how to use a
penknife to sharpen a pencil. Pen
and ink will never replace the pencil.”
National Association 1907
Resistance To Innovation
“ Students today depend on store
bought ink. They do not know how to
make their own. When they run out
of ink they will be unable to write
words or ciphers until their next trip
to the settlement. This is a sad
commentary on modern education.”
1928 USA Teacher
Resistance To Innovation
“ Students today depend on these
expensive fountain pens. They can
no longer write with a straight pen
and nib. We parents must not allow
them to wallow in such luxury to the
detriment of learning how to cope in
the real business world which is not
so extravagant.”
1941 PTA Gazette
Resistance To Innovation
“ Ball point pens will be the ruin of
education in our country. Students
use these devices and throw them
away! The American values of thrift
and frugality are being discarded.
Business and banks will never allow
such expensive luxuries.”
1950 Federal Teachers
Resistance To Innovation
“ Computers give students an unfair
advantage. Therefore students who
use computers to analyse data or
create displays will be eliminated
from the Science Fair.”
1988 Science Fair Judge – Apple Classroom of Tomorrow
Resistance To Innovation
“ Education as we know it is being
reformed and for the worse. More
and more schools are shuffling kids
into computer labs and knowledge is
being left at the door.”
2012 Huffington Post
Sigmoid Curve
1. One
2. Thirteen
3. Thirty - one
1. One
2. Thirteen
3. Thirty - one
Are the New Millennium Learners Making the Grade?
Are the New
Millennium Learners
Making the Grade?
Technology use and
Educational performance
in Pisa
Centre for Educational
Research and Innovation
The Future of Learning: Preparing for Change
The Future of
Learning:
Preparing for Change
European Commission
Joint Research Centre
Institute for Prospective
Technological Studies
Authors:
Christine Redecker, Miriam Leis, Matthijs
Leendertse, Yves Punie, Govert Gijsbers,
Paul Kirschner, Slavi Stoyanov and
Bert Hoogveld
Human-Computer Interaction in 2020
Being Human –
Human – Computer
interaction in the
Year 2020
Edited by Richard Harper, Tom Rodden,
Yvonne Rogers and Abigail Sellen
Published by Microsoft
Equipping Every Learner for the 21st Century
Equipping Every
Learner for the
21st Century
The Future of Thinking
The Future of Thinking
Learning Institutions in a Digital Age
Cathy N. Davidson and David Thea Goldberg
with the assistance of Zoe Marie Jones
The Learning Society
The Learning Society
The Digital World Of Young Children:
Impact on Emergent Literacy
The Digital World
Of Young Children:
Impact on
Emergent Literacy
Jay Blanchard | Terry Moore
Arizona State University
College of Teacher Education
and Leadership
Disrupting College
Learning In a Digital age
Transforming learning through
mEducation
Education Reform For The Digital Era
The Digital Learning Imperative
Innovating Pedagogy 2012
System Upgrade
Decoding Learning
The Impact Of Digital Technology On Learning
The Impact Of Digital Technology On Learning
Innovating Pedagogy 2013
What it takes to learn
There is a common thread in our
understanding of learning
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1980
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- the learner is an active agent in
the learning process
John Dewey
Jean Piaget
Lev Vygotsky
Jerome Bruner
Paulo Freire
Gordon Pask
Terry Winograd
Seymour Papert
Lauren Resnick
John Seely Brown
Ference Marton
Roger Säljö
John Biggs
Jean Lave
share a
common
conception
of the learning
process
Inquiry-based education
Constructivism
Mediated learning
Discovery learning
Learning as problematization
Learning as conversation
Problem-based learning
Reflective practice
Meta-cognition
Experiential learning
Learner-oriented approach
Social constructivism
Situated learning
What it takes to learn does not change
Books, Blackboards, Slides
Broadcasts, Overhead projectors
Tape-slides
Interactive whiteboards, Powerpoint
Web-pages, Podcasts
Modelling tools
Simulations
Chat-rooms
Online conferences
Multiplayer games
Wikis
Blogs
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Learning through attention
Inquiry-based learning
Constructivism
Mediated learning
Discovery learning
Learning as conversation
Problem-based learning
Reflective practice
Meta-cognition
Experiential learning
Learner-oriented approach
Social constructivism
Situated learning
Common classroom activities
Q
Which three of the following do you do most often in class?
Copy from the board or a book
52%
Listen to a teacher talking for a long time
33%
Have a class discussion
29%
Take notes while my teacher talks
25%
Work in small groups to solve a problem
22%
Spend time thinking quietly on my own
22%
Have a drink of water when I need it
17%
Talk about my work with a teacher
16%
Work on a computer
16%
Listen to background music
10%
Learn things that relate to the real world
10%
Have some activities that allow me to move around
Teach my classmates about something
9%
8%
Create pictures or maps to help me remember
7%
Have a change of activity to help focus
7%
Have people from outside to help me learn
Learn outside in my school’s grounds
4%
3%
Most preferred ways to learn
In which three of the following ways do you prefer to learn?
55%
In groups
By doing practical things
39%
With friends
35%
By using computers
31%
Alone
21%
From teachers
19%
From friends
16%
By seeing things done
14%
With your parents
12%
By practising
9%
In silence
9%
By copying
8%
At a museum or library
By thinking for yourself
From others
Other
Base:
All pupils (2,417)
5%
6%
3%
1%
Source: Ipsos MORI
Learners of the future
Learners of The Future
Teachers of the future…?
BSF
“One of the clinical definitions of
insanity is doing the same thing
over and over again and expecting
to get a different result.”
John Abbott
Learning
1908
1958
2004
2010
2012
Learning
1908
1958
2010
2012
Centre for Learning and Performance TechnologiesTop Tools for Learners 2013.
1. Twitter
2. Google Drive/Docs
3. You Tube
4. Google Search
5. PowerPoint
6. Evernote
7. Dropbox
8. WordPress
9. FaceBook
10. Google+/Hangouts
11. Moodle
12. LinkedIn
13. Skype
shallow
deep
the ewords framework
Change the
content,
process and
location of
learning
Swap
traditional
practices
with ICT
Exchange
Deepen
learning
The ewords
framework
through
the
Engage
Extend
use of ICT
learners by
using a
richer mix of
Enhance
media
Enable
learners to
take control
of their own
learning
Empower
Enrich
Martin Blows
It’s not about the technology ….
… it’s about new thinking.
The only barriers are in our heads!
Almost all the barriers are in
our heads.
We cannot change policy but
we can change practice.
Policy or Practice?
"The reality is that the
circumstances, rationale and
representations for learning
have changed....lets confront it
"Richard Noss #altc2012

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