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Best Decade: 2010 and Beyond (2014)

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In order to fully understand and appreciate where LDT is today, we must first understand its history and evolution. From its history, we will unlock the building blocks that shaped LDT as a whole. In the 21st century, LDT has undergone revolutionary changes unprecedented in history.
The history of “Educational technology … can be traced back to the time when tribal priests systemized bodies of knowledge, and early cultures invented pictographs or sign writing to record and transmit information.”
(Paul Saettler, 1990)
Roots
There were three major theoretical perspectives that formed LDT:
– Behaviorism
– Cognitivism
– Constructivism
What prevailed?
"Constructivism in its current incarnation is complemented by media and technologies that offer learners multiple perspectives, formats, and options for sharing and expressing their ideas. Thus, the
Web
, having emerged in the mid-
90’s, with its networked, interactive
environments, accessible through
portable and handheld devices, offers functionality that goes beyond
behavioristic or cognitivistic worldviews,
and recasts learning as a ubiquitous, experiential, self-driven activity"
(Whelan p.15).
The Internet
Before the Internet:

Abacus---Approximately 3000 BC
Calculators---1600s
Punched Card Devices---1800s
First Electronic Computers---1940s
Mainframes---1950s
Minicomputers---1960s
Microcomputers---1970s
Microcomputer Systems---1980s
Internet---1990s
After the Internet:
Three once-separate disciplines connect:
Discipline Convergence
Systematic instructional design
Educational computing
Educational media

So what is the best decade
in the history of LDT?
NO!
There was no Internet!
1900-1990
1990-2000
In 1993
Getting Warmer...
Apple introduced the Newton, the first popular PDA. Mosaic, the first popular web browser, was released by NCSA.
In 1994
In 1995
Windows 95 was released, completing Microsoft’s transition to a Mac-like GUI.
In 2000
The number of Web hosts passed 100,000,000
Mid
2000s
2010
Future
With improving technology and increasing networking, education is starting to become available anytime and anywhere!!
Early
2000s
Improved job performance
Increased
knowledge
retention
Three core areas of mobile learning were formed:

1. Authoring and Publishing
2. Delivery and Tracking
3. Content Development
Smart mobile devices
Lifelong Learners
LDT: 2010 and Beyond
Zoom or Scroll in
to see
the future!
Netscape’s first browser was released.
On Demand information
Pre-designed education and training materials only
Laborious methods for finding materials and archiving
Limited availablity of resources
LDT Linear History:
1940: The origins of Instructional Design, World War II
1946: Edgar Dales' Cone of Experience
1950-1960: The Programmed Instruction Movement
1967: Formative Evaluation
1970: Systems Approach
1980: Personal Computing into the Design Process
1990: Constructivist Theory and Importance of Performance
2000: Rise of Internet and Online Learning
2010 and forward: e-Tools increasing usage, global possibilities
Portable information
Efficiency - saving time and money for all industries, businesses and education
(1990's)
The 21st Century
Instructional
design
Educational Media
Educational
Computing
Educational Technology
or
Learning Design and Technology (LDT)
Educational Technology:
“A combination of the processes and tools involved in addressing educational needs and problems, with an emphasis on applying the most current tools: computers and their related technologies.”
M. D. Roblyer, 2000


So what's next?
OLD SCHOOL
"The worldwide digital communications, Internet, and computer revolutions have led to the emergence of “the Global Mind,” which links the thoughts and feelings of billions of people and connects intelligent machines, robots, ubiquitous sensors, and databases."
Al Gore, The Future.
2010 and beyond ...
Advanced Whiteboard use
Digital video-on-the-go
Social Networking
Online tools and the Cloud
Digital games and Apps
MOOC
From Apps to Online Learning: Continual growth and ease of informal and formal learning throughout a person’s lifetime
*

2009: Prezi founded!
2011 and 2012: Increasing availability of
multi-device authoring tools such as
Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Lectora
and GoMoLearning
*
From a historical perspective, many educators have learned that blind faith in technology will not lead to improvements. It is becoming increasingly recognized that the focus needs to be on the learner's interaction with technology—not the technology itself. In general, this focus on creating classroom technologies that make educators’ lives easier will give them more time to focus on the other aspects of teaching instead of paperwork.

With full integration of technology into curriculum, the ability to learn through ubiquitous databases and collaborative problem-solving will prove to be essential traits needed in the twenty-first century.

Therefore, in my opinion, there is no greater time to learn and be a part of LDT than from 2010 and beyond. We are living in history while watching it change every day. The tools are getting smarter, faster and easier to use. It is inconceivable that anyone would not want the advantages and ease of learning, designing and teaching in the 21st century.


Sources:

Kester, Liesbeth; Kirschner (May 2007). "Designing support to facilitate learning in powerful electronic learning environments". Computers in Human Behavior 23 (3): 1047. Retrieved 21 January 2014.

Link - http://www.tcet.unt.edu/weblibrary2/overview/?id=33&PHPSESSID=1f41402407f2621f9827509fa7a8d6e8

Link - http://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/teacher-blog/2013/jun/19/technology-future-education-cloud-social-learning

Link - https://content2.learntoday.info/purdue/EDCI513_Demo/Readings/week2/Whelan_2005.pdf

Link - http://www.bloomberg.com/video/what-s-the-future-of-education-technology-tHo75SZYS_C8AFsdZuGeZg.html

Link - http://timerime.com/en/timeline/404586/Technology+in+Education+Over+the+Past+60+Years/

Link - http://www.slideshare.net/CWomble/technology-past-present-and-future

Link - http://www.wiu.edu/thecenter/articles/teched.html

PowerPoint - Educational Technology, Dr. Lehman's Video
(http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~minchi/EDCI513/Lehman_2012/)

Reiser, R. A. and Ely, D, P. (1997). The field of educational technology as reflected through its definitions. Educational Technology Research and Development, 45(3).

Whelan, R. (2005). Instructional technology & theory: a look at past, present, and future trends. Connect: Information Technology at NYU, spring/summer, 13-17.

Week 2 - Best LDT Decade
Ginger Davis Ciuperca

2010 and Beyond
is the Best Decade!
Kester, Liesbeth; Kirschner (May 2007). "Designing support to facilitate learning in powerful electronic learning environments". Computers in Human Behavior 23 (3): 1047. Retrieved 21 January 2014.
(Reiser Chapter 3)
(Lehman 2012)
(Lehman 2012)
Texas Center for Educational Technology Power Point from Purdue Blackboard
Texas Center for Educational Technology Power Point from Purdue Blackboard
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