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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Learning WITH Technology

Are your students learning with technology? If so, HOW? If not, what needs to change?
  1. Support knowledge construction
    • represent learners' ideas, understandings, and beliefs
    • produce organized, multimedia knowledge by learners
  2. Support explorations
    • access needed information
    • compare perspectives, beliefs, world views
  3. Support learning by doing
    • simulating meaningful real-world problems, situations, and contexts
    • represent beliefs, perspectives, arguments, and stories of others
    • provide a safe, controllable problem space for student thinking
  4. Support learning by conversing
    • collaborate with others
    • discuss, argue, and build consensus among members of a learning community
    • support discourse among knowledge building communities
  5. Intellectual partners that support learning by reflecting
    • help learners articulate and represent what they know
    • reflect on what they have learned and how they came to know it
    • support learners' internal negotiations and meaning making
    • construct persona representations of meaning
    • support mindful thinking (Jonassen, Peck, & Wilson, 1999 as cited in Jonassen, 2000)
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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Learning WITH Technology

Are your students learning with technology? If so, HOW? If not, what needs to change?
  1. Support knowledge construction
    • represent learners' ideas, understandings, and beliefs
    • produce organized, multimedia knowledge by learners
  2. Support explorations
    • access needed information
    • compare perspectives, beliefs, world views
  3. Support learning by doing
    • simulating meaningful real-world problems, situations, and contexts
    • represent beliefs, perspectives, arguments, and stories of others
    • provide a safe, controllable problem space for student thinking
  4. Support learning by conversing
    • collaborate with others
    • discuss, argue, and build consensus among members of a learning community
    • support discourse among knowledge building communities
  5. Intellectual partners that support learning by reflecting
    • help learners articulate and represent what they know
    • reflect on what they have learned and how they came to know it
    • support learners' internal negotiations and meaning making
    • construct persona representations of meaning
    • support mindful thinking (Jonassen, Peck, & Wilson, 1999 as cited in Jonassen, 2000)
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