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Evolution of American Educational Technology Based upon Alvin Toffler‘s Waves-STRAND 1. AGRICULTURAL WAVE Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed. . INFORMATION WAVE

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Evolution of American Educational Technology

Based upon Alvin Toffler‘s Waves-STRAND 1

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

8000 BC-1750 AD

1950-1990

1990-Present

1750-1950

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Alvin Toffler‘s Three Waves and Predicted Current Wave

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agricultural_revolution

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_Age

http://llk.media.mit.edu/papers/mres-wef.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_Revolution

http://itdl.org/Journal/Jan_05/article01.htm

Connected Wave

Industrial Wave

Information Wave

Agricultural Wave

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Key Technological Advances and Innovations

Strand 2

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1920

1930

1910

1900

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Key Technological Advances and Innovations

Strand 2

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1970

1960

1950

1940

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Key Technological Advances and Innovations

Strand 2

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

2000

2010-Present

1990

1980

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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The Nature of Work: Business and Corporate Philosophies

Strand 3

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1910

1920

1900

1930

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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The Nature of Work: Business and Corporate Philosophies

Strand 3

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1960

1950

1940

1970

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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The Nature of Work: Business and Corporate Philosophies

Strand 3

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

2000

2010-Present

1980

1990

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Educational Theories of Learning and Instruction

Strand 4

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1910

1900

1920

1930

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Educational Theories of Learning and Instruction

Strand 4

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1940

1970

1960

1950

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Educational Theories of Learning and Instruction

Strand 4

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

2000

1990

1980

2010-Present

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Nature of Society and Culture

Strand 5

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1920

1910

1900

1930

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

slide13

Nature of Society and Culture

Strand 5

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1960

1950

1940

1970

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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Nature of Society and Culture

Strand 5

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

2000

1990

1980

2010-Present

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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The Nautrue of Musical Innovations

Strand 6

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1920

1910

1900

1930

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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The Nature of Musical Innovations

rand 6

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

1960

1950

1940

1970

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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The Nature of Musical Innovations

Strand 6

AGRICULTURAL WAVE

Transitioned from hunting and fishing. Villages, settlements, and cultivated lands developed.

INFORMATION WAVE

Characterized by instant access to knowledge; initiates a digital revolution.

2000

1890

1980

2010-Present

INDUSTRIAL WAVE

White- collar workers outnumbered blue-collar workers. Changes in agriculture, manufac-

turing, mining, and technology occurred.

CONNECTED WAVE (Personal Prediction)

A lateral transition from the Informage Age. An era of immense global connectivism.

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