Digital Learning Futures by Steve Wheeler

This is a great presentation delivered by Steve Wheeler at Learning Technologies 2012 in London’s Olympia on January 26, 2012. In his presentation, Steve discussed a number of possible scenarios for the adoption of digital technologies in education and training. He touched on many emerging technologies which I also think they have tremendous potentials in teaching and learning. Some of these include personal learning networks, mobile technologies, games and gamification, the use of social media in learning, the role of user generated content, the phenomenon of ubiquitous connection, and technological convergence.

About Dr. Steve Yuen

I am Dr. Steve Yuen, a Professor Emeritus of Instructional Technology and Design at The University of Southern Mississippi. This is my personal blog on the use of emerging technologies in teaching and learning. Hope you find this blog interesting, stimulating, and educational. Please feel free to social bookmark this page.
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One Response to Digital Learning Futures by Steve Wheeler

  1. wendywang says:

    surface learning(data–Information) and Deep learning(knowledge–wisdom–Transformation)
    Knowledge :knowing that –Declorative — Cognition
    Wisdom: knowing how–Procedual –Application
    Transformation: knowing why –critical –Analysis–Evaluation

    when we play games we rapidly slove abstract problems in real time
    while being contionally assessed and often working collaberation
    New learners的特性
    more self-directed/better equipped to capture Information/more reliant on feed back from peers/more inclined to collaberation/more oriented toword being their own “nodes of production
    New learner必須具備能力是digital wisdom/digital literacies/e-safty

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