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21st Century Classroom

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Cameron McCoy

on 13 October 2011

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Transcript of 21st Century Classroom

On-Demand Interactive Social Fast
Instantaneous
Accessible
Digital Deeply Analyze
Increased Awareness
Alter
Individualized Learning New, Shared Viewing Experience
Encourages Cooperative Efforts
Connects Students
Increases Interactivity among teachers A New Viewing Experience Growing Our Streaming Video Collection Integrating Interactive Games Using Social Networks to link to new type of online classroom A Brief History of Broadcasting Television In a 21st Century Classroom What is the role of Broadcast TV in classrooms today? Before the Internet, The station dictated when you watched a program. Teachers could tape a program and show it to all of their students at anytime. With the Internet, another revolution happend: Pre 1970s 1980s 1990 mid to late 90s 2000 2011 Current reasearch shows teachers increasingly rely on media and technology to support their lessons DVD- 78% Stream/Download- 76% Watch Live TV- 25% Videoconferencing- 7% Record to VHS/DVR/TiVo- 6% How is IPTV doing this? Instead of broadcasting a program once or twice and then eventually releasing it on video, TV stations need to develop digital content that can be quickly and easily packaged. The best learning encourages motivation, defines clear goals and outcomes, and provides immediate and copious feedback. Social media allows for real-time interaction and surprise for students to engage with others during a viewing experience. Videogames and interactive videos
have all these components And helps teachers to connect to other teachers creating a new community. Percentage of teachers who access video content IPTV's Website A Guided Tour You can search for Anything Here Broken down by subject areas http://www.iptv.org/iowapathways/ http://www.pbs.org/teachers/ http://www.iptv.org/series_education.cfm What does the future hold? Videos and interactives that are portable and ubiquitous http://pbskids.org/video/ http://www.mission-us.org/ http://pbskids.org/noah/ And today, Social media is changing the landscape again Where Learning experiences are shared in new ways So What is Television Today? = Teachers had instant access to massive amounts of information and resources With VHS, the first revolution happend:
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