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Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
Transcript of Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
Teaching of yesterday:
Teaching of Tomorrow
Keep in mind that what technology is doing to education is simply allowing teachers to be better teachers, and students passionate learners
The heart and soul of an online course is not the lecture, the delivery, the audio or the video. Rather, it is the interaction between the participants and the teacher, as well as the interaction among the participants themselves. (Draves, pg. 16)
Although technology enhances education, it will not replace the teacher. The Internet is the wave of the future and young people specifically will want to learn online to be able to work and compete in this world. (Draves, pg. 16, 17)
For: ETL 682
Professor Erika McCulloch
90% of all education has been "information transfer."
Most of that is the teachers talking, or lecturing to the students.
Right up until today, that method has been the most effective, most efficient and most desirable way to learn. (Draves, pg. 12)
Really? How many of your lectures were like this...
Teaching of Today
Pioneering the way of student directed/driven teaching and learning.
The Internet is destroying the traditional classroom and replacing it with an even better way to learn and teach. (Draves, pg. 9)
Students can learn at their own pace, during their peak learning time.
Cognitive learning is improved.
Access to a myriad of subjects.
Better access to those of various locales. (Draves, pg. 13, 14)
How the Internet changes learning:
Watching a simulation of a flower growing. (Bender pg. 26)
Research from an expert on Shakespeare.
Confirming my APA format is correct.
AngelaBroz87. (2010) Boring Economics Teacher (Ferris Bueler's Day Off) Retrieved 2013
from YouTube. http//youtu.be/dxPvyieptwA
Bender, T. (2012). Discussion-Based Online Teaching to Enhance Student Learning (2nd
ed.) Sterling, VA. Stylus Publishng LLC
Draves, W.A. (2013). Advanced Teaching Online (4th ed.) River Falls, WI. Lern Books
LyngPerry, (2012, July) Bad Teaching Methods. Retrieved 2013 from YouTube: http://
Facilitator: Handed down information in a "condescending tone"
Expert: communicates expertise through lectures. No discussion necessary.
Formal Authority: Probably too formal and strict.
Socializing Agent: What? I don't think so.
Ego ideal: Yep, he's pretty full of himself!
Person: Uh...no, he's a teacher, not a person. (Bender pg. 15,16)
What a teacher used to be:
Facilitators: Encourages active participation and eagerly shares in discussion.
Expert: Stimulates students in learning from expertise.
Formal authority. Less formal, but gives students a reason to trust authority.
Socializing agent: Genuine desire to see students learn and grow.
Ego Ideal: Passionate about content and student learning
Person: Relatable and caring. (Bender pg, 15, 16)
Will we find more teachers that are passionate about teaching? Who are more attentive and desire to see their students succeed? If they embrace the future and are good teachers they will be:
Or would you rather go back to>>>>>>>>>>>>
The video explains it all. Well, ok, not all classes were like this, but the major role of the student was to sit, listen and learn...
Students are encouraged to think independently.
They take responsibility for their own learning.
They are engaged in their learning process.
They don't fall asleep...
What this means for students: