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This is a workshop by Dr. Donna DeGennaro of Montclair State University and Pamela Livingston of The Peck School. Here is a workshop description http://www.njais.org/Workshop_MSU.htm


The Workshop Outline:

PART 1:

I. Introductions: Your Learning Framework (15 minutes)

  • Wiki

II. Learning Should be “Hard and Fun” (20 minutes)

       a. see Dr. Seymour Papert's paper on this: 
          http://www.papert.org
       b. Social Perspectives: Dewey, Vygotsky, Seeley-Brown

III. Emerging Learning Theories (20 minutes)

       a. Community centered
       b. Learner centered (Ed leadership – today’s learners)
       c. Knowledge centered
       d. Assessment centered
       e. Social interactions

Break (10 minutes)

Part 2:

IV. Connecting Emerging Technologies with Learning Theory (40 minutes)

  • Choose your innovation: Design a learning goal for your subject
     a. Moodle
     b. Handhelds
     c. Wikis 
     d. Podcasts
     e. IM
     f. Laptop Resources
     e. Inquiry Based Science Designs
     g. http://www.wiziq.com/

V. Share your design (15 minutes)

VI. Reflections (15 minutes)

  • Wiki


VI. Closing remarks (15 minutes)

VII. Follow-Up - Contributor Resources - Please post anything you're working on or using that you'd like to share.







Highly Recommended Resources

Books/Journals:

     a. Bransford, J., Brown, A. & Cocking, R. (2000). How People Learn:   
        http://fermat.nap.edu/books/0309070368/html/
     b. Darling-Hammond, L. & Bransford, J. (2005). "Preparing Teachers for a 
        Changing World")
     c. Ed Leadership: December/January 2006
     d. Vygotsky, L.S. (1978). Mind and society: The development of higher mental 
        processes.
     e. Jonassen, D.H. (2006). Modeling with technology: Mindtools for conceptual 
        change. Columbus, OH: Merrill/Prentice-Hall.

Websites:

     a. How People Learn Keynote: http://education.byu.edu/media/bransford_bb.html
     b. Models of Teaching: http://www.edtech.vt.edu/edtech/id/models/ 
     c. Mike Muir: http://www.mcmel.org/workshops/index.html
     d. John Seely-Brown: http://www.johnseelybrown.com/
        (see Learning in a Digital Age)
     e. Learners Today http://www.mcmel.org/workshops/millenials.html
     f. Tapped In: http://www.tappedin.org
     g. George Lucas Education foundation: http://www.edutopia.org/
     h. iPod Lesson Plans: http://www.apple.com/education/ipod/lessons/
     i. HandHelds Go to Class: http://www.edutopia.org/php/article.php?id=Art_955
     j. GoKnow!: http://www.goknow.com/ (handheld applications)
     k. MIT: Participatory Simulations: http://education.mit.edu/pda/ (handhelds)


Keynotes:

     a. Seymour Papert: http://web.archive.org/20041105003021/homepage.mac.com/stager/iMovieTheater23.html
     b. John Bransford: http://education.byu.edu/media/bransford_bb.html

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