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Strand One: Toffler’s Three Waves. Changes in Technology Sheddrick Risper. Technology Progresses Through Time. First Wave- Agricultural- 8000BC-1650-1750 Second Wave- Industrial- 1750-1950 Third Wave- Informational- 1950-2004 Four1th Wave- Nano /Biotechnology 2004-???.

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strand one toffler s three waves

Strand One:Toffler’s Three Waves

Changes in Technology

SheddrickRisper

technology progresses through time
Technology Progresses Through Time
  • First Wave- Agricultural- 8000BC-1650-1750
  • Second Wave- Industrial- 1750-1950
  • Third Wave- Informational- 1950-2004
  • Four1th Wave- Nano/Biotechnology 2004-???
first wave agricultural 8000bc 1650 1750 characteristics
First Wave: Agricultural-8000BC-1650-1750 Characteristics
  • Communication—Oral was common
  • Family Structure- Extended family
  • Economy—Hunting/fishing important for food
  • Production- Solar energy, natural resources very important
  • Education—Home schooling, individual instruction, one room schools
first wave continued
First Wave continued
  • Politics—Individuals classified by classes
second wave industry 1750 1950
Second Wave- Industry- 1750-1950
  • Family Structure- Nuclear families
  • Education- Rote and repetition teaching practices
  • Economy—Trade with foreign countries
  • Production-Factories, assembly lines
  • Communication—newspapers, tvs
  • Politics- wars, strikes, crisis, and political uprisings
third wave informational 1950 2004
Third Wave—Informational—1950-2004
  • Economy-Global industry, supply of oil and gas
  • Family—2 parents work, more single-parent homes and grandparents raising their grandchildren
  • Education- secondary schools offer distance and online courses, Internet, digital networks
  • Politics- Variety of government s such as democracies, socialism, capitalism
third wave continued
Third wave Continued
  • Communication—Twittering, texting from cell phones, computer phones, computers and laptops
  • Production-Medical discoveries, cars with special features, science inventions,
fourth wave 2005
Fourth Wave—2005--???
  • According to Dr. Thornburg and Dr. Dede there will be a fourth wave. They have predicted that this age will include biotechnology related products that will be more durable and creative.
resources
Resources
  • Dede, C. (Speaker). (2008). The Next Wave, Part 2. Laureate Education, Inc.
  • Thornburg, D. (Speaker). (2008). The Next Wave Part 1. Laureate Eduaction, Inc.
  • Toffler, A. (1980). The Third Wave:New York: Batam Books cambridge University Press.
strand 2
Strand 2
  • Key technological advances and innovations for each decade
1900 1910
1900-1910
  • Hubert Booth invents the vacuum cleaner in 1901
  • The Wright brothers’ heavier-than-air Kitty Hawk in 1903
  • Thomas Edison invents the first talking motion picture in 1910
  • Charles Strite invents the Pop Up toaster in 1919
1920 1930
1920-1930
  • Garrett A. Morgan invents a traffic signal in 1923
  • The mechanical television was invented by John Logie Baird in 1925
  • 1932 Edward Herbert Land invented the Polaroid
  • 1933 Edwin Howard Armstrong created the Frequency modulation (FM)
1940 1950
1940-1950
  • John Atanasoff and Clifford Berry built the first electronic digital computer in 1942
  • 1946 Percy Spencer invented the microwave oven
  • Charles Ginsburg invented the first video tape recorder in 1951
  • Fortran computer language was invented in 1957
1960 1970
1960-1970
  • 1962- Audio cassette
  • 1964- BASIC computer language was invented by John George Kemeny and Tom Kurtz
  • Robert Metcalfe and Xerox invented ethernet in 1973
  • 1979- Cell phones
1980 1990
1980-1990
  • 1981- the first IBM-PC was invented
  • 1984- the Apple Macintosh was invented
  • 1993- the pentium processor
  • 1996- Web TV invented
2000 and beyond
2000- and beyond
  • 2001- Apple computers announced their portable music digital player the iPod
  • Cell phones advancement
resources1
Resources
  • http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/17372/technology_changes_and_inventions_in.html
  • http://inventors.about.com/od/timelines/a/twentieth_3.htm
strand 3
Strand 3
  • The nature of work: Business and corporate philosophies
1900 19101
1900-1910
  • 24 million U.S. registered workers age 10 and above in 1900
  • 1900- Only 19% of women of working age participated in the work force
  • 1913 The U.S. government establishes the Department of Labor
  • 1919 a record 4 million workers strike
1920 19301
1920-1930
  • 1920 Farm organization set up lobbies in Washington
  • 1929 Stock market crashes on October 24 known as “Black Thursday”
  • 1930-1933 The Great Depression begins
  • 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act establishes the minimum wage
1940 19501
1940-1950
  • 1947 American investments abroad reached an all time high of 26.7 billion
  • 1949 Fair Labor Standards Act outlaws child labor
  • 1950-31 percent of U.S. women worked outside the home
  • 1950- the first Xerox copy machined was produced
1960 19701
1960-1970
  • 1963 Congress passes the Equal Pay Act
  • 1969 the first automated teller machine begins operating in Rockville Centre, N.Y
  • 1975-Founding of Microsoft
  • 1970s- Watergate affair
1980 19901
1980-1990
  • 1980- Unemployment averages 7.1 percent
  • On January 1, the average car costs $7,574
  • 1998- Google was founded
  • 1990s- Inception of the internet for commerce
resources2
Resources
  • http://inventors.about.com/od/timelines/a/twentieth_3.htm
strand 4
Strand 4
  • Educational theories of learning and instruction
1900 19102
1900-1910
  • 1901- John Dewey interpreted the method of empirical science in educational terms
  • 1902 Edward Thorndike offered the 1st course in educational measurements at Columbia University
  • Frederic Burk developed on of the 1st systems of individual instruction at the San Francisco State Normal School in 1912
  • Washburne’s Winnetka Plan was developed in 1919
1920 19302
1920-1930
  • Henry Clinton Morrison’s Morrison Plan (1925-1935)
  • Lewin’s Field Theory and Science of Instruction were experimented in the late 1920s
  • 1933- Ralph W. Tyler Eight Year Study use of general and behavioral objectives and formative evaluation
  • 1934- William Bagley writes Education and Emergent Man
1940 19502
1940-1950
  • 1946 Edgar Dale developed the Cone of Experience
  • 1949 Ralph Tyler publishes Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction
  • 1954 B.F. Skinner publishes The Science of Learning and the Art of Teaching
  • 1956 Benjamin Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives
1960 19702
1960-1970
  • 1965 Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was established
  • 1969 First broadcast of Sesame Street
  • 70’s –Criterion Referenced Instruction (CRI) is introduced by Robert Mager
  • 1976- Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak desige the Apple I computer
1980 19902
1980-1990
  • 1983 Howard Gardner publishes Multiple Intelligences
  • 1983 MD Merrill established the Component Display Theory
  • 1995 Bernie Dodge and Tom March developed Webquest
  • 1990s use of multimedia in instruction
2000 and beyond1
2000 and beyond……
  • Jeroen J G van Merrienboer refines the Four Component Instructional Design System
  • David Wiley develops Learning Object Design and Sequencing Theory (LODAS).
resources3
Resources
  • http://my-ecoach.com/project.php?id=12152&project_step=26137
strand 5
Strand 5
  • Nature of society and culture: What key events determined the thinking of the decade?
1900 19103
1900-1910
  • 1903 Orville Wright heavier-than-air machine flight
  • 1907 1st successful human blood transfusion
  • 1916 Americas worst polio epidemic
  • 1918 Spanish influenza killed over 500,000-U.S. worst single epidemic
1920 19303
1920-1930
  • 1920 19th Amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote
  • 1928 Walt Disney dreams up Mickey Mouse
  • 1931- The Empire State Building was completed
  • 1938 Cloning envisioned by Dr. Hans Spemann in Germany
1940 19503
1940-1950
  • 1939-1945 World War II
  • 1945 first vaccine for influenza
  • 1954 Brown v. BOE of Topeka Kansas
  • 1958 Bank of America issued the first bank credit card, BankAmericard (now Visa)
1960 19703
1960-1970
  • 1963 the assassination of John F. Kennedy
  • 1965 Executive Order 11246 enforces affirmative action for first time
  • 1963 the assassination of John F. Kennedy
  • 1965 Executive Order 11246 enforces affirmative action for first time
1980 19903
1980-1990
  • 1982 Michael Jackson releases Thriller
  • 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger disaster
  • 1993 “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is instituted for the U.S. Military
  • 1999 Columbine High School massacre
2000 and beyond2
2000 and beyond….
  • Vermont becomes the first state in the country to legally recognize civil unions between gay or lesbian couples
  • George W. Bush accepts the presidency after Florida ballot controversy
resources4
Resources
  • http://www.infoplease.com/spot/timelinearchive.html
strand 6
Strand 6
  • Political
political
Political
  • 1905-Russian Revolution begins
  • 1907- 2ndHaque Peace Conference
  • 1912- Balkan Wars
  • 1914-1918 World War I
  • 1920- 19th Amendment ratified (Women’s suffrage)
  • 1923- Adolf Hitler’s “Beer Hall Putsch” in Munich fails
  • 1930s-Great Depression
  • Uprise of Facism in the 1930s
  • World War II (1939-1945)
  • 1942- Declaration of United Nations signed in Washington
  • 1945 the U.S. and Soviet Union emerged as powerful nations
  • Korean War (1950-1953)
  • Vietnam War(1957-1975)
  • The Great Chinese Famine (1959-1962)
  • 1961 U.S. breaks diplomatic relations with Cuba
  • 1972- President Nixon Watergate Scandal
  • 1973 Roe v. Wade
political1
Political
  • Global warming awareness starts in the 80s
  • The U.S. developed the Space Shuttle program in 1981
  • Operation Desert Storm- 1990
  • Persian Gulf War (1990-1991)
  • 2001- 9/11 Terrorist attack in New York. This changed the United States view on terrorists attacks. The country passed stricter laws governing travel.
resources5
Resources
  • http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB39/
  • http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005251.html
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/20th_century
  • http://watergate.info/