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Toffler’s Three Waves. Sadie Rodgers. Strand One: Toffler’s First Wave BC-1700. Agriculture age Extended families were farmers Oral education, one room schools Transportation was on foot and horses. Strand One: Second Wave 1700-1955. Industrial Revolution Age Family-nuclear

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strand one toffler s first wave bc 1700
Strand One: Toffler’s First WaveBC-1700
  • Agriculture age
  • Extended families were farmers
  • Oral education, one room schools
  • Transportation was on foot and horses
strand one second wave 1700 1955
Strand One: Second Wave1700-1955
  • Industrial Revolution Age
  • Family-nuclear
  • Factories and mass production
  • Automobiles, telephones, overnight mail and trains
  • education-books and video
  • Students were grouped together by age and grades
  • T.V. and film strips were used
strand one third wave 1955 1990
Strand One: Third Wave1955-1990
  • One or two parent families
  • Collaboration and team work are important in the work place
  • Flexible hours
  • Instant communication
  • Digital hyper kids
  • Internet and computers
fourth wave communication
Fourth Wave: Communication
  • Internet and computer
  • Increases capacity of collaboration and communication with others
  • Defined by the internet
  • New technologies in education
strand two technology
Strand Two: Technology

1900- Count Zeppelin invented the zeppelin

1903- Wright brothers-modern aviation is born

1910- Thomas Edison first motion picture is demonstrated

1918- Edwin Howard Armstrong invents the super heterodyne radio

strand two technology1
Strand Two: Technology
  • 1921- the first robot is built
  • 1925- John Logie Baind invents the mechanical T.V.
  • 1930- Vannevar Bush invents the analog computer
  • 1932- Karl Guthe Jansky accidently discovers radio waves
  • 1939- First digital computer prototype is completed by John Atanasoff and Clifford Berry
strand two technology2
Strand Two: Technology
  • 1945- The atomic bomb
  • 1946 Percy Spencer invents the microwave
  • 1951 first video tape recorder is invented by Charles Ginsburg
  • 1955- first nuclear submarine
  • 1964- IBM introduced the world to the mass produced computer operating system
  • 1965- PDP-8 (mini computer)
strand two technology3
Strand Two: Technology
  • 1970- floppy disk
  • 19766- Apple I computer designed
  • 1979- cell phone
  • 1983- “personal computer”
  • 1984- Apple’s Macintosh
  • 1990- World Wide Web is invented by Time Berners Lee
  • 1993- the Pentium processor
  • 1985- Microsoft Windows
strand two technology4
Strand Two: Technology
  • 2001- Satellite radio
  • 2001- iPods
  • 2003- Skype is developed by Niklas Zennstrom and Jans Friis, people can make internet calls for free
  • 2007- iPhone
  • 2010- iPad
  • 2011-iPad 2
  • 2012- iPad 3rd generation
strand two resource links
Strand Two Resource Links
  • http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/telephone/timeline/timeline_text.html
  • http://ehistory.osu.edu/world/TimeLineDisplay.cfm?Era_id=16
  • http://news.cnet.com/2009-1041-6054524.html
strand three work business and corporate philosophies by decade
Strand Three: Work: Business and corporate philosophies by decade:
  • 1903-Ford motor company is formed
  • 1908-electric toaster is patented by General Electric
  • 1913- Labor Department
  • 1914- Panama Canal opens for traffic
  • 1929- Wall Street Crash
  • 1930- The Great Depression begins
  • 1933- The New Deal
  • 1935-Social Security Act
  • 1938- Fair Labor Standards Act
strand three work business and corporate philosophies by decade1
Strand Three: Work: Business and corporate philosophies by decade
  • 1947- Marshall Plan helped with economic recover in Europe after World War Two
  • 1947- Taft-Harley Act
  • 1955- AFI and CIO merge
  • 1963- Equal Pay Act
  • 1993- North American Trade Agreement
  • 1998- President Clinton releases 199 federal budget that illustrates the first balanced budget since 1969
strand three resource links
Strand Three Resource Links
  • http://ehistory.osu.edu/world/TimeLineDisplay.cfm?Era_id=16
strand four education important theories of learning and instruction by decade
Strand Four: Education: Important theories of learning and instruction by decade
  • 1902- John Dewey publishes The Child and the Curriculum
  • 1908- E.B. Hacy publishes The Psychology and Pedagogy of Reading
  • 1910- John Dewey publishes How We Think
  • 1911- first Montessori school opens
  • 1913- John B. Watson was responsible for the Behaviorist revolution
strand four education important theories of learning and instruction by decade1
Strand Four: Education: Important theories of learning and instruction by decade
  • 1913- Edward Lee Thondike publishes “Educational Psychology: The Psychology of Learning”
  • 1926- The first SAT is administered
  • 1927- Edward Thondike- The measurement of Intelligence
  • 1929- Jean Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development
strand four education cont
Strand Four: Education cont.
  • 1932-The Fundamentals of Learning are published by Edward L. Thondike
  • 1946- Edward L. Thondike constructed a table of word frequency in English
  • 1946 Edgar Dale developed the cone of experience
  • 1953- B.F. Skinner’s Operant condition
  • 1954- Brown vs. Board of Education
  • 1956- Benjamin Bloom's Taxonomy
strand four education cont1
Strand Four: Education cont.
  • 1960’s inclusion in classrooms
  • 1962- Lev Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development
  • 1965-Robert Gagne wrote The Conditions of Learning
  • 1996- Jerome Bruner’s Cognitive Learning Theory is offered as an alternative to behaviorism
  • 1970- “The Science of Education” is published
strand four education cont2
Strand Four: Education cont.
  • 1972- Title IX is passed
  • 1973- The Rehabilitation Act
  • 1981- John Holt “Teach your Own: A Hopeful Path for Education” opens up people’s minds to the idea of homeschooling
  • 1982-Madeline C. Hunter introduces the direct instruction teaching model
  • 1983- The Component Display Theory established by MD Merrill
strand four education cont3
Strand Four: Education cont.
  • 1983- Howard Gardner develops the Theory of Multiple Intelligences
  • 1993- Martin and Jacqueline Brooks’ “In Search of Understanding Constructivist Classrooms”
  • 1994- Goals 2000 is signed by President Bill Clinton
  • 1996- James Banks “Multicultural Education: Transformative Knowledge and Action”
strand four education cont4
Strand Four: Education cont.
  • 2001- No Child Left Behind
  • 2003- Ruth Clark published Efficiency in Learning- this deals with applying the cognitive load theory to distance learning
strand four resource
Strand Four Resource
  • http://my-ecoach.com/modules/custombuilder/popup_printable.php?id=12152
strand five society and culture
Strand Five: Society and Culture
  • 1900- U.S. participates in the Boxer Rebellion
  • 1912- Titanic sinks
  • 1914- World War I begins
  • 1918- World War I ends
  • 1920- Panama Canal opens
  • 191928- Disney releases first Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • 1932- Amelia Earhart is the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean
  • 1939-World War II begins
strand five society and culture1
Strand Five: Society and Culture
  • 1939-Gone with the Wind and the Wizard of Oz released
  • 1939 World War II begins
  • 1939- “The Grapes of Wrath” by John Steinbeck was published
  • 1941- Japan bombs Pear Harbor
  • 1942- FDR authorizes Japan Internment camps
  • 1949- Mao Tse-tung’s communist forces gain control of China
strand five society and culture2
Strand Five: Society and Culture
  • 1954- Polio vaccine invented by Dr. Jonas Salk
  • 1954- Birth control invented
  • 1962- Cuban missile crisis
  • 1968- Assassination of JFK
  • 1971-26th Amendment gives eighteen years the right to vote
  • 1973-Roe vs. Wade
  • 1981-doctors diagnose the first AIDS case
  • 1989- Berlin Wall comes down
  • 1993- Toni Morrison becomes the first African American wins Nobel prize for literature
strand five society and culture3
Strand Five: Society and Culture
  • 1995- Oklahoma City bombing
  • 1999- Columbine High School Shooting
  • 2001- World Trade Center terrorist attacks
  • 2008- Obama becomes the first black president
  • 2011- Osama Bin Laden is dead
strand five resource links
Strand Five Resource Links
  • http://ehistory.osu.edu/world/TimeLineDisplay.cfm?Era_id=16
  • http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/timeline/timelineO.cfm
strand six religious
Strand Six: Religious
  • 1905-Law of Separation of the Churches and the State in France
  • 1906- In San Francisco the first Hindu temple is built
  • 1915- A series of pamphlets are published by the Conservative Protestants called “The Fundamentals”
  • 1921- Dr. Margaret Alice Murray helped the world look at witchcraft with an unbiased light
strand six religious1
Strand Six: Religious
  • 1930- Rastafarian movement, Nation of Islam is founded by Wallace D. Ford (combination of Black Nationalist ideas and traditional Islam)
  • 1938-Kristallnacht: Night of Broken Glass
  • 1940- Jehovah Witnesses’ right to solicitation is protected by a Supreme Court ruling
  • 1948- Israel is created
  • 1952- Scientology is created by L. Ron Hubbard
  • 1954- Wicca Gerald Gardner- first to give witches side of the story
strand six religious2
Strand Six: Religious
  • 1960’s Neopaganism following grows
  • 1962- Church of All Worlds: 1stneopagan church is founded
  • 1966- Church of Satan is founded by Anton SzandorLaVey
  • 1972- Amish children are exempted from the state educational system
  • 1976- Women are now ordained
  • by the Episcopal Church
  • 1981- Pope John Paul II is shot
  • 1989- Pat Robertson founds the Christian Coalition
strand six religious3
Strand Six: Religious
  • 1991-Imam W. Deen Mohammed delivers the first Muslim prayer to the U.S. Senate
  • 1993- Congress pass a law that guarantees free religious exercise
  • 2001- Osama Bin Laden declares holy war
  • 2001- Office of Faith Based Initiatives are established by George W. Bush
  • 2007- Mormon presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, gives a speech about his religion
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2009- President Obama continues support of George W. Bush’s faith based organizations

  • 2009- Church of Scientology in France is fined for defrauding new recruits
strand six resource links
Strand Six Resource links
  • http://www.pbs.org/godinamerica/timeline/