Deep Learning and Digital Stewardship: Discovery and Discernment in Christian Higher Education. Van Weigel [email protected] Three Questions Relating to Digital Stewardship. Are we using technology in a way that enhances the experience of learning for our students?
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Deep Learning and Digital Stewardship: Discovery and Discernment in Christian Higher Education
Does Technology Really Enhance the Experience of Learning?
The Knowledge Room
Work Group Paradigm
Preparing students for the 21st century workplace through building knowledge objects and gaining experience in “peer assists”
The Research Center
The Debate Hall
The Conference Center
The Skill Workplace
The CMS as a Pedagogical Straitjacket
The Problem of Commoditization
Are we using technology in a manner that makes good use of faculty time and energy?
A Solution? “Out of the Course” Experience
The Pew Internet and American Life Project report, “The Internet Goes to College” (October 15, 2002), notes that that “College Internet users are twice as likely to use instant messaging on any given day compared to the average Internet user. On a typical day, 26% of college students use IM.” By contrast, only “12% of other Internet users are using IM on an average day.” The experience of connection has to be a central ingredient here—an experience more immediate and satisfying than trading e-mails or expressing opinions on a discussion board.
Teach to Learn “Out of the Course” ExperienceEmpowering Students to be Educators
It has been said that we retain 10% of what we read, 50% of what we see and hear, and 95% of what we teach.
What the Groove Workspace has delivered . . . defines what Microsoft and Apple will be lucky to achieve by 2006.
InfoWorld, February 14, 2003
Tablet PC with Next Generation Voice Recognition?
What sorts of e-learning technologies can be sustained in a long run environment of fiscal austerity?