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EdTEch 2 : Lesson 3 and 4

This presentation is all about Understanding Technology Learners and Bridging the Gap of Technology

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EdTEch 2 : Lesson 3 and 4

  1. 1.  There are positive benefits derived from the use of information technology or digital resources and these counterbalance possible negative effects of technology on children.  Daily exposure to high technology-personal computers, video game gadgets, cell phones, Internet search sites-stimulates the brain by strengthening and creating neural circuits.  A current technological revolution is creating an intellectual revolution, faster and better than ever before.
  2. 2.  first two years of susceptible minds,  Six years of acquiring communication skills  Teenage years of transition concrete thinking and adult years of abstract thinking and reasoning
  3. 3. In small groups, discuss and report: 1. How many in the group think they belong to the technology or digital generation? 2. How many feel they should support and stride along the information technology revolution? 3. Present ideas on how to balance “butterfly-like” multitasking skills with single-task skills to accomplish specific tasks.
  4. 4. Parents 30 Years New Millennial Generation Media/technologies available Social Relationships Beliefs or Values New Technologies New Social Relationships New Beliefs or Values
  5. 5.  The new network of instantaneous communication is global, overcoming borders between countries and continents.  Much of what elders believe may not be applicable anymore to the new generation, especially along matters of traditional value system.  Alvin Toffler’s book, Future Shock, shows how the information age has begun to create many cultural changes in the family, societies, business, governments such as what he calls the throw-away society, modular man, kinetic image, scientific trajectory, fractured family, surfeit of sub-cults, psychological dimension , etc.
  6. 6. Read and write a one-paragraph essay of one aspect of radical changes in Alvin Toffler’s book Future Shock . Follow this with a group work and reporting through a 3-minute power-point or video presentation.