Role of the teacher in cyberworld of students

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Published on June 8, 2011

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The role of teachersIn the Cyberworldof studentsMs. Kiran BudhraniInstructional Designer / AuthorJune 8, 2011

IN HIGH SCHOOL

IN ELEMENTARY

How a student learns isnot entirely dependent on the student alone.

Students perform depending onwhat is expected of them by the teacher.

YOUare a major influence

RethinkWHAT and HOW we teach

Advances in technology,information, and communication, have changed the way learning and instruction are carried out.

TheInternet broke through and changed everything

Students today are doing thingsdifferently from those 20 years ago

21 st CENTURY Educators are facedwith even more CHALLENGES than the last century

TEXT Handwriting Typing Post-It Spiral Notebooks Highlighting Filing Paper-based culture

TEXT E-mail Webcams +NON Blogging GamingTEXT Googling Streaming Chatting Social Friends Screen-Based culture

How we acquire information We are V isual 70% of the time, we put effort on SEEING

USE multiple representations beyond the textbookPrint Images Animation VideosAudio Internet Wikis, Blogs Chat

GenerationI don’t know… but I can find out!

13 HOURSWorth of video isuploaded in YouTubeevery MINUTE412.3YEARSTo take to view them all

1,000,000,000materials, links, etc. shared every week 5,000,000,000minutes spent in facebook every day

98M Population

98M Population

NEW SOURCES

Facts• Students use technology and they LIKE it• Students use technology differently from their teachers• Students like to learn from different modes, different people, different sources

Technology Changes Everything• How we define literacy• How we communicate• Our role as teachers• Where learning takes place• How learning takes place

The Role of the Teacher MUST CHANGE

Join Them!There’s no other way…

Factual Change• Teachers use technology and must LIKE it• Students use technology similar to their teachers• Teachers should learn from different modes, different people, different sources

i Am Presenti Searchi Sharei Collaboratei Createi Protect

i Am Present • Do not limit yourself to the classroom • 24/7 teacher • Be visible in the Cyberworld • Use what students use – Information Technologies – Websites – Social Networks

i Search • Do not limit yourself to the textbook • Find content online – Pictures, videos, animations – Blogs, wikis, articles • Collect content that is relevant, useful, interesting, cool, fun, new

http://visual.merriam-webster.com/

http://www.flickr.com

http://www.ehow.com/

http://www.physicscentral.com/

http://www.edheads.org/activities/simple-machines/

Yenka

http://virtual.itg.uiuc.edu/

http://chemtoolbox.free.fr/uk/screen shot.php

http://www.teachertube.com

http://www.youtube.com

“Build Your Toolbox” Online Resources Digital Media

i Share • Provide a good reference list to students • Share with colleagues and peers • Learn from your students as well

www.delicious.com

i Share • Provide a good reference list to students • Make the connections among the different information available online • CONNECTIVISM principle

LINK RESOURCES BY TOPIC AREAS

Example:The SUPERMOON - multiple sources

i Collaborate • Form a network with colleagues • Form a new relationship with the students -- online facilitator

i Collaborate • Asynchronous – E-groups – Online activities in groups – Message boards / forum – Social Networks • Synchronous – Online conversations (chats)

i Create • Once you are ready, create your own materials – Blog / Wiki Articles – Videos – Audio Podcasts

i Create • New paradigm of sharing your knowledge, information, and materials for FREE – File Sharing – Group Access

i Protect • Intellectual Property – You, your students, others • Cybercrime – Spam – Fraud – Obscene or offensive content – Harassment

21st Century Instructional FactorsLearner Teacher Classroom Curriculum

i Am Presenti Searchi Sharei Collaboratei Createi Protect

Curriculum Goals• Integrate technology• Project-based learning activities• Performance-based assessment – Beyond testing – Use rubrics

Project Based Activities• Design activities that students like to do – Listen to lecture – Watch a video – Teach each other (presentations, videos) – Create slide shows – Tell stories (words, photos)

All this media talads to BECOMEWWTEACHERS!

Thank You! Contact me: kiranbudhrani@gmail.com TWIT TER: kiranbudhrani BLOG: cybersmartguide.wordpress.com

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