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Education Futures
Webinar
03-06-15
1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low
cost phablet
2 Digital literacies
3 Assessment for learning
4 Activist le...
Maslow’s
hierarchy of needs
Maslow’s
hierarchy of needs
Maslow’s
hierarchy of needs
Low cost ‘phablets’
1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low
cost phablet
2 Digital literacies
3 Assessment for learning
4 Activist le...
1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low
cost phablet
2 Digital literacies
3 Assessment for learning
4 Activist le...
16
Old paradigm: Assessment of learning
Content
Assessment
Learning outcomes
New paradigm: Assessment for learning
Learning outcomes
Assessment
Content
participatory pedagogy
learner centricity
1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low
cost phablet
2 Digital literacies
3 Assessment for learning
4 Activist le...
Activist learning
• Participation in
activism is
learning rather
than merely
leading to
learning
• Participating in activism means ,
not only on the part of the students who contribute to it,
but also the community who ...
1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low
cost phablet
2 Digital literacies
3 Assessment for learning
4 Activist le...
Micro-credentials
“Things take longer to happen
than you think they will, and
then they happen faster than
you think they could”
Lawrence Su...
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
Five trends changing the face of education
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Five trends changing the face of education

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Webinar presentation to Kambala Girls School, Rose Bay, NSW, Australia, 3rd June 2015

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Five trends changing the face of education

  1. 1. profjeremybwilliams @jeremybwilliams slideshare.net/jembwilliams Education Futures Webinar 03-06-15
  2. 2. 1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low cost phablet 2 Digital literacies 3 Assessment for learning 4 Activist learning 5 Open badges and micro-credentials
  3. 3. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  4. 4. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  5. 5. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  6. 6. Low cost ‘phablets’
  7. 7. 1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low cost phablet 2 Digital literacies 3 Assessment for learning 4 Activist learning 5 Open badges and micro-credentials
  8. 8. 1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low cost phablet 2 Digital literacies 3 Assessment for learning 4 Activist learning 5 Open badges and micro-credentials
  9. 9. 16
  10. 10. Old paradigm: Assessment of learning Content Assessment Learning outcomes
  11. 11. New paradigm: Assessment for learning Learning outcomes Assessment Content
  12. 12. participatory pedagogy learner centricity
  13. 13. 1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low cost phablet 2 Digital literacies 3 Assessment for learning 4 Activist learning 5 Open badges and micro-credentials
  14. 14. Activist learning
  15. 15. • Participation in activism is learning rather than merely leading to learning
  16. 16. • Participating in activism means , not only on the part of the students who contribute to it, but also the community who benefit from their work.
  17. 17. 1 Cloud computing, ubiquitous wi-fi, and the low cost phablet 2 Digital literacies 3 Assessment for learning 4 Activist learning 5 Open badges and micro-credentials
  18. 18. Micro-credentials
  19. 19. “Things take longer to happen than you think they will, and then they happen faster than you think they could” Lawrence Summers profjeremybwilliams slideshare.net/jembwilliams @jeremybwilliams

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