Online Learning Professional Development Workshop. Walden University. By: Amy Ward. By the year 2024 nearly 80% of learning will evolve through Distant Education. T o On-Line Learning. Unlock your Future. Millions of learners are enrolled in on-line courses.
By: Amy Ward
Unlock your Future
Millions of learners are enrolled in on-line courses.
Balancing work, education and family became a reality to many with higher education opportunities.
Thanks to developing technology the gateway to distant educational learning is now open to the world.
Technology innovations have changed over the years of learning. New Technology changes with collaborative projects, student presentations and demonstrations to their peers as “network” advancements to centralize the unit of innovation to work effectively toward a common goal.
Blackboards – Whiteboards – Smartboards -- IPods – Laptop Computer –
Cellular Phones – Iphone – Wiki – Blogs – 3D Imagery – Cloud Computing
CEO David Martin
Co-Founder Smart Technologies
Obsession with Technology
Social Networking Friends
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Adopt New Ideas
Interact with Friends
Leaders in System
Consist 1/3 of the System
Peer Pressured to Try Innovation
Feel Safe before Adopting Innovation
Minimal to No Leadership
Isolates in the System
Suspicious of Innovation
Technology as advancements are made and new efforts for updates.
The changing technology from discussion boards- smart-boards- interactive websites- distant learning
How does Technology Evolve Today for Future Learning…
Rogers (2003) p. 421
5 Stages to the Innovation Process
Coordinate Action for Group
Encourages & Motivates Other Members
Bored in Class
Innovative Learning is for everyone …
Are you ready to experience a new wayto learn?
Innovative Technology Holds …
Smart-Boards in Each Classroom
Ask them now..
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Roblyer, M.D. (2006). Integrating educational technology into teaching. (4th ed.). New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.
Rogers, E. M. (2003). Diffusion of innovations (5th ed.). New York, NY: Free Press.