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What is eLearning?
Transcript of What is eLearning?
on the Cloud Our Space Information created by
us - for us.
We are "Prod-Users" Image used under creative commons license
Created by Flickr user: dkuropatwa
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa/3378515196/ Image used under creative commons license
Created by Flickr user Will-Lionhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/ structure
governed by time
working in isolation What does it mean for educators? Services and Storage
Provided over the Internet More than 2 billion 24 hours of video views per day uploaded every minute > 500,000,000 700 billion minutes... 30 billion... 175 million registered users
95M tweets are written per day What does it mean for us when our students have Google in their pockets? Does it change how we value information? Does it change the skills we need to teach? Danish Students Allowed the Internet in Exams
Point England Podcast Research
http://www.tonitwiss.com Questions... What skills do we as teachers need? Complete List from Google Here
http://www.google.com/help/features.html Does it change the content we teach? Active users per month on Facebook Pieces of content shared per month What can it look like in our classrooms? The Potential for
Mobile Phones in the Classroom Links http://www.flickr.com
People Just-in-Time Blended Learners with teachers
Learners with Learners
Learners with communities
Teachers as Learners Personalised Different spaces for learning - personal spaces - organisational spaces - community spaces - sharing and promoting spaces Simply putting computers into pre-existing classroom environments won't change teaching and learning.
The integration of new technologies into classrooms - and in particular the access to new information that this will enable - will require a fundamental re-think about the way teaching and learning happens. eLearning is changing education eLearning is: Access to
Teaching as Inquiry Online tools supporting and enhancing face to face learning eLearning asks us to challenge: Our understanding of learning spaces The way we value content and therefore what we teach How we recognise learning we know who our best students are - but can we identify our best learners? eLearning is...
Part of our curriculum How does eLearning and access to ICT tools impact our teaching of literacy? eLearning example Tools for students