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SMART CLASSROOM PEDAGOGY. Dr Pandeli Glavanis ( Associate Director, CLT) Mr Omar Heshmat ( Multimedia Specialist, CLT). WHY SMART CLASSROOMS?. PEDAGOGY LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES LEARNING SPACES THREE SIDES OF THE SAME TRIANGLE. STUDENT LEARNING. PEDAGOGY. LEARNING SPACES. LEARNING

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smart classroom pedagogy

SMART CLASSROOM PEDAGOGY

Dr Pandeli Glavanis (Associate Director, CLT)

Mr Omar Heshmat (Multimedia Specialist, CLT)

why smart classrooms
WHY SMART CLASSROOMS?
  • PEDAGOGY
  • LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
  • LEARNING SPACES

THREE SIDES

OF THE SAME TRIANGLE

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STUDENT

LEARNING

PEDAGOGY

LEARNING

SPACES

LEARNING

TECHNOLOGIES

the last 30 years
THE LAST 30 YEARS
  • PEDAGOGY (the art of teaching)
  • LEARNING SPACES (classrooms); and
  • LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES (smart classrooms)

HAVE DRAMATICALLY CHANGED

AND

AFFECT THE WAY WE LEARN

AND TEACH

pedagogy
PEDAGOGY

SIGNIFICANT RESEARCH HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT

“more effective ways to facilitate learning than traditional teaching – lecturing”

INSTEAD FOCUS ON

“students learn by doing”

learning technologies
LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
  • 1977 (28 years ago) Apple & Tandy computers
  • Average age of current students:
      • 22/24 years
  • For our students computers have always existed
learning spaces
LEARNING SPACES
  • REFLECT CHANGES IN PEDAGOGY AND LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
  • AWAY FROM LECTURE THEATRES

TOWARDS

  • SEMINAR ROOMS; AND
  • FELXIBLE FORMATS
expectations
EXPECTATIONS

“students and their parents who pay for their education, expect classrooms to perform and look more like professional business environments”

Robert Lucletti

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TWO EXAMPLES

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SMART Notebook