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“If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” – John Dewey. EDUCATION 2.0. The Need to Update Our Teaching Techniques so as to Make Better Use of the Internet. Education 2.0. Divergence in the use of the internet Understanding the root of the problem

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If we teach today as we taught yesterday we rob our children of tomorrow john dewey

“If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” – John Dewey


Education 2 0

EDUCATION 2.0

The Need to Update Our Teaching Techniques so as to Make Better Use of the Internet


Education 2 01

Education 2.0

  • Divergence in the use of the internet

  • Understanding the root of the problem

  • Importance of updating internet use in the classroom

  • Prescriptions for how we’ll attempt to do this


Findings

Findings

  • With the internet:

    • Students can complete work quicker

    • Student work is drawn from more up-to-date and state-of-the-art sources

    • Students are “stuck” less often

    • Students manage their time better

    • Students are more likely to share information

    • Students consult each other for help more often


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Findings

  • Students Feel:

    • The Internet usage directed by teachers is “poor”, “uninspiring”, and “not-so-engaging”

    • Teachers don’t acknowledge that the Internet is a big part of their lives

  • Students Want:

    • Courses that teach keyboarding, computer, and Internet literacy skills

    • Better coordination of their at-home Internet usage and their in-school, directed internet use

    • More engaging, Internet-utilizing assignments


How teachers understand the internet differently than students

HOW TEACHERS UNDERSTAND THE INTERNET DIFFERENTLY THAN STUDENTS


How teachers understand the internet

How Teachers Understand the Internet

  • Many Schools…

    • Don’t allow Internet on school grounds

    • Block or filter software and websites

    • Don’t teach basic computer/internet skills

    • Don’t allow internet usage for assignments

  • 2 Versions of the Internet: Web 1.0 and Web 2.0

  • Teachers view the Internet as Web 1.0:

    • One-way exchange of information

    • Ex. Britannica (120,000 online articles)


How students understand the internet

How Students Understand the Internet

  • Today’s students have grown up with the Internet in it’s “Web 2.0” form

  • Web 2.0

    • Bilateral, Multilateral-Exchange

    • Ex. Wikipedia (10 million articles)

  • Result:

    • We’re creating informational value at an exponential rate

    • The hierarchal learning process is becoming flattened and replaced with a mutually-beneficial and collaborative learning environment


Why does all of this matter

WHY DOES ALL OF THIS MATTER?


Why it matters

Why It Matters

  • We are entering a world of heightened collaboration and participation

  • Teachers aren’t convinced that their schools are preparing them for the 21st century

  • Students have more information and more access to information than any previous generation and schools are not utilizing this properly

  • Web 2.0 services can turn ordinary students into publishers, movie makers, artists, story tellers, etc.


How to bring web 2 0 into the classroom

HOW TO BRING WEB 2.0 INTO THE CLASSROOM


How to bring web 2 0 into the classroom1

How to Bring Web 2.0 into the Classroom

Administrative Tools

  • Chalksite

    • Grading

    • Attendance

    • Assignments

    • Communication

  • Google Calendar

    • Multiple Event Calendars

    • Group Calendars

    • To Do Lists


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How to Bring Web 2.0 into the Classroom

Teaching/Learning Services


We re smart when we listen we re smarter when we share queen rania of jordan youtube user

“We’re smart when we listen. We’re smarter when we share.”- Queen Rania of Jordan (YouTube User)

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