Youth and media. Teachers and media/ict. ”I would rather be dead than on Facebook !” ”I prefer chalk and blackboard – smartboards and pc`s only distract my pupils .” ” Books are more valuable than movies .” ”I don`t think ict skills are fundamental skills .”
Digital body (Boyd)
MUD – multiuserdomain (Turkle) – simulatedpuberty/adolesence
Identity and understanding roles (Ziehe)
Consumer – Producer – Prosumer (Drotner)
(Subject) specific media use
What is thedifference?
YOUTH USE ONLINE MEDIA TO EXTEND FRIENDSHIPS AND INTERESTS…….
…. youthengage in peer-based, self-directedlearningonline…...
….in interest-drivenparticipation, adults have an importantrole to play. Youthusingnew media oftenlearn from their peers, not teachers or adults. ……… the21st century, educationinstitutionsneed to keep pace withthe rapid changesintroduced by digital media.
Interest driven ----- friendshipdriven
…..By itsimmediacy and breadthofinformation,the digital world lowersbarriers to self-directedlearning…. They ”geekout” … receive feedback from ”expert peers”…..
New media allow for a degreeoffreedom and autonomyfor youththat is less apparent in a classroom setting. Youthrespectoneanother’sauthority online, and theyareoften more motivated to learn from peers than from adults. Theireffortsarealsolargelyselfdirected, and theoutcomeemergesthroughexploration, in contrast to classroomlearningthat is oriented by set, predefined goals.
Altså: Nye medier gir de unge
merfrihet og autonomi enn skolen.
De unge respekterer
hverandres autoritet og de er ofte
mer motiverte til å lære fra
venner/kontakter enn fravoksne.
Virksomheten er ofte mer
eksperimenterende enn det de
opplever i klasserommet.