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Alfred BorkUniversity of CaliforniaIrvinebork@uci.eduwww.ics.uci.edu/~bork : Alfred BorkUniversity of CaliforniaIrvinebork@uci.eduwww.ics.uci.edu/~bork the future : the future of learning new media : new media In higher education and learning Theodore Hesburgh1974 : Theodore Hesburgh1974 I do not believe that the global educational problem is solvable by conventional means: the building of classrooms … and the preparation of a vast array of teachers. … We have certainly come to the time when we need to entertain some new and creative thoughts about the total enterprise of education. visions : visions for learning :  better learning affordable learning global learning society better learning : better learning All six billion people birth to death mastery for all learners everywhere any time include problem solving, creativity, intuition address all major world problems affordable learning : affordable learning for all individuals for the world critical factor - cost per student sustainable global learning society : global learning society Learning available for all everyone wants to learn, lifelong learning is a major human activity learning paradigms : learning paradigms old - information transfer new - tutorial learning Information transfer : Information transfer Most learning for thousands of years typical - lectures, books, video, most web material testing on memory information transfer : information transfer cannot attain our visions tutorial learning : tutorial learning not entirely new human tutors Socrates children of the wealthy Oxford and Cambridge Universities until now, impractical for all tutorial learning : tutorial learning technology makes it practical tutorial learning : tutorial learning Key ideas (1) highly interactive individualized adaptive matery tutorial learning : tutorial learning Key ideas (2) creative learning new learning content distance learning peer learning highly interactive : highly interactive Frequent interaction fifteen seconds high quality interactions conversation with the computer uses student’s native language no pointing Highly interactive : Highly interactive accepts freeform input in student’s native knowledge responds to student input highly interactive : highly interactive voice input no typing natural way to communicate good inexpensive systems now individalized learning : individalized learning looks frequently for student problems offers aid checks to see if aid was effective adaptive learning : adaptive learning Uses recent inputs long-term records individually paced variable learning time Zone of proximal development Vygotsky mastery learning : mastery learning assessment and learning intimately combined assessment determines what is presented next NO explicit tests NO failure and discouragement encourages lifelong learning creative learning : creative learning students construct their own knowledge Learning content : Learning content Traditional subjects little emphasis on memory stress on problem solving creativity, intuition New subjects major world problems population violence water learning content : learning content Learning before school lifelong learning distance learning : distance learning Critical for vision very large numbers learning everywhere Motivation intrinsic, not gimmicks role of high level of interaction role of learning success peer learning : peer learning Learning circles of about four local or electronically arranged people other than peers producingcomputer-basedtutorial units : producingcomputer-basedtutorial units production systems : production systems Existing systems mostly inadequate system should encourage highly interactive software irvine - Genevasystem : irvine - Genevasystem Developed over thirty years software available documentation available irvine - Genevasystem : irvine - Genevasystem management design implementation evaluation Irvine - Genevasystem : Irvine - Genevasystem Design groups of four excellent teachers work together for a week find and help with student problems decide what to store and to use Scripts Irvine - Genevasystem : Irvine - Genevasystem Evaluation formative and summative large numbers of students professionally designed and executed improvement after evaluation how do we proceed? : how do we proceed? Experimental studies decisions on future development large scale development experimental studies : experimental studies development and evaluation major curriculum segments variety of areas and levels possibly international experimental studies : experimental studies Importance of careful professional evaluations both effectiveness and costs decision for major development full development : full development New learning material all levels all subjects distance learning full development : full development Major international effort man on the moon Manhattan project Many languages continuous evaluation great opportunitiesexistfor improvedand affordablelearning for all : great opportunitiesexistfor improvedand affordablelearning for all Alfred BorkUniversity of CaliforniaIrvinebork@uci.eduwww.ics.uci.edu/~bork : Alfred BorkUniversity of CaliforniaIrvinebork@uci.eduwww.ics.uci.edu/~bork

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