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WIlloughby 2013

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Welcome 2013
Willoughby Fellows

Willoughby Fellows 2008 - 2012
Your hosts
Todd Bryant
Language Technologist
Andy Petrus
Multimedia Specialist
Brenda Landis
Multimedia Specialist
Theresa Arndt, Librarian
Ryan Burke
Web Programmer
Jim Ciarrocca
GIS Specialist
Nick Lonergan
Librarian
2011
2010
2009
2012
2008
2013
Babi Hammond
Librarian
Matt Kochis
Digital Humanities
Post-doc fellow

The Willoughby Fellowship
Your Willoughby Liaison

5 years / 47 Willoughby Fellows
What you want to learn
video (5)
GIS (3)
podcasts (3)
flipped class
flash cards
websites
iMovie
Prezi

rubrics
interviews
spatial modeling
spatial design
imaging
Image design
3D printing
visual literacy



Digital Native or Digitally Naive?
Our Students
The Beloit Mindset List
PA Dept of Education Classrooms for the Future
2013 Horizon Report
"Digital media literacy continues its rise in importance as a key skill in every discipline and profession."
"digital literacy is less about tools and more about thinking"
http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2013-horizon-report-HE.pdf

Please don't forget the session evaluations.

We don't want to leave anyone behind - stop us with questions so we can help you.

Grab some caffeine - start your engines and get ready to have some fun!
Let's get started
2013 Fellows
They watch television everywhere but on a television.
Email is just too slow, and they seldom if ever use snail mail.
They have always been able to read books on an electronic screen.
Everyone has always known what the evening news was before the evening news came on.
They have never used a card catalog to find a book.
Women have always piloted war planes and space shuttles.
A significant percentage of them will enter college already displaying some hearing loss.
Point-and-shoot cameras are soooooo last millennium.
What brought you here?
collaborative technologies
Y
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THE WILLOUGHBY FELLOWSHIP
OUR STUDENTS
Classes should do hands-on exercises before reading and video, Stanford researchers say
Preview of Coming Attractions

http://news.stanford.edu/news/2013/july/flipped-learning-model-071613.html
April-June issue of IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies
Preparing for Future Learning with a Tangible User Interface: The Case of Neuroscience
YOUR OBSERVATIONS??
SCHOOL 1.0 SCHOOL 2.0
Teacher centered
Learner centered
Content coverage
Learning and doing
Memorization and recall
Higher order thinking/creativity
Learning isolated skills & facts
Completing authentic projects
Isolated
Collaborative
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Significant Challenges
Pat's 2012 Horizon Report presentation
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AyYVsMHYQFDjwEu-1ZEqvKunS_lAo8B1z0J2dmPRavc/edit#slide=id.g238e17a2_0_105
Trends/Challenges/3 Time Horzons
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: 1 Year or Less
Massively Open Online Courses
Tablet Computing
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: 2 to 3 Years

Games and Gamification
Learning Analytics
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: 4 to 5 Years
WearableTechnology
3DPrinting
discussion
collaborative learning group
class game
student debate
learning by teaching
"One Minute Paper"
journal
role playing
peer evaluation
fish bowl
muddiest point
problem based learning/
service learning
reflection
filling the vessel
lighting the lamp
Old School / New School
Active Learning
consensus answers
One must learn by doing the thing, for though you think you know it-- you have no certainty until you try. - Sophocles, 5th c. B.C.
case study
brainstorming/
mind-mapping/
concept-mapping
Instructivist
Constructivist
The Summer Institute
Individual sessions with your liaison
Fall luncheon
Implementation
Spring TCWW Discussion
Feedback on the program
Michael Wesch
http://visionsofstudents.org/
? How do you learn ?

visions of students today
http://www.youtube.com/user/mwesch?feature=watch
Active Learning
Y
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