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Educational Technology

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Ryan King

on 24 October 2016

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Transcript of Educational Technology

Educational Technology
Learning from the World
Redesigned learning spaces
Breakout spaces
Tech hub
“Chill out space”
Conversation space
Collaborative Learning
Deeper Learning
Student creators
School Provided Devices work better than BYOD
What worked in North America?
Follow deployment guidelines
What could have been done better in North America?
How to apply lessons learned from North America?
What worked in Latin America?
What could have been done better in Latin America?
How to apply lessons learned from Latin America?
What worked in Europe?
What could have been done better in Europe?
How to apply lessons learned from Europe?
What worked in Africa/Middle East?
What could have been done better in Africa/Middle East?
How to apply lessons learned from Africa/Middle East?
What worked in Asia?
What could have been done better in Asia?
How to apply lessons learned from Asia?
(Becker, Freeman, Giesinger, Hall, Cummins, & Yuhnke, 2016).
Cooperation between public and private sectors
Government leadership and support
Telecommunications support (infrastructure, equipment, connectivity)

Blended technology
Mobile AND fixed technology combined works best
Tech-supported, inquiry-based learning activities

(Hylen, 2012)
(Lugo & Schurmann, 2012)
ODL (open and distance learning) due to the rural areas
Using social media to enhance HS technologies and knowledge of them

(Isaacs, 12)
Accessibility, Connectivity, affordability, of mobile devices
Increase penetration rate of mobile phones
Increase in IT infrastructure
Research in higher education institutions to help break down success factors for k-12 schools.
Initiatives at government and ministry level

(So, 2012)

Hybrid Classes
Creating + Collaborating = Deeper Meaning
Mobile AND Fixed Technology
Inquiry Based Learning
PD and Teacher Training
Strong Infrastructure
Devices and accessibility for ALL
Stakeholder support
Funding and policies
Working with private vendors
Use ePortfolio initiative to complement other technology initiatives
Distance Learning
Flexible scheduling
Social media
Reducing the amount of restrictions
(Fritschi & Wolf, 2012)
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(Chambers, 2014)
(Lapowski, 2015)
(Fritschi & Wolf, 2012)
(Lugo & Schurmann, 2012)
(Hylen, 2012)
(Venezky, n.d.)
(Isaacs, 2012)
(So, 2012)
Choose effective tools
Identify a clear VISION
Are these the right tools?
How will they be used?
http://mercythroneministries.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/vision. jpg
Lack of support

Technology restrictions

Connectivity issues

https://www.thestar.com/content/dam/thestar/life/health_wellness/2013/05/13/cyberrants_just_amp_up_anger/frustration. jpg
Technical difficulties
Professional development attendance
http://www.freakonomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/classroomempty-300x200. jpg


Public concerns
Negative Public Opinions
https://mchoportfolio.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/technology-overload1. jpg
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