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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

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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)
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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
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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
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
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
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
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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
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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
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
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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
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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
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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

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