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IB Conference Madrid-Oct 2012-Eric Lauzon

IB Conference - Oct. 2012
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Eric Lauzon

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Education and Technology
Do you Remember these names?
The ability of students to join collaborative study groups
Sharing
Creation
Connection
Participation
Interaction
Collaboration
Community
Relationship
Jobs of Tomorrow?
The US dept of Commerce ranked 55 industry sectors by their level of IT intensiveness*
It is how technology enables teachers to engage in new teaching practices

It is how the Curriculum becomes a 21st Century Curriculum

It is how Assessment becomes Assessment of 21st Century skills
The challenge is to prepare students for a world of constant change and make learning a life long habit.
Teachers
Industry
The digital age is here to stay and change will accelerate
Education will drastically be transformed. It is only a matter of time.
The most popular web 2.0 tools in schools
- Wikis
- BLOGS
- Social Networks (facebook, myspace)
- video and photo sharing (youtube.com and flickr.com)
Is IT applied to all of them in a consistent manner?
Absolutely not!
Mashups
Institutional
Conservatism
Teacher
Technophobia
Lack of Resources
Curriculum
Teacher Practice
Assessment
The new Z Generation
The Digital Native
Schools
Governments
Source: Ken Kay
* Digital Economy 2003, U.S. Department of Commerce, December 2003
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