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learning is drastically different now

Posted in video with tags , , , , , on November 14, 2009 by ruyoung

the education system may be revamped whether we’re ready or not.

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mister rogers defends public broadcasting

Posted in video with tags on March 19, 2009 by ruyoung

i’ve been really swamped lately and otherwise occupied so i haven’t had a chance to post anything in a while. however, i rediscovered this great clip and thought i’d share it with you:

mister rogers, for those of us who remember him from our childhood, defended public broadcasting and the effect of educational programming to the united states senate subcommittee on communications. it’s an old piece of footage, but well worth watching.

making face time while learning

Posted in video with tags , , , , , , , on January 26, 2009 by ruyoung

though this advert is for the nokia nseries, the message is well appreciated.

it talks about how we’ve used various screens overtime to watch, entertain, learn, and play, and what that meant to us as social beings.

the power of mobile technology has allowed us to go back out into the world, and the power of mobile learning expands the classroom beyond brick walls to learn where we want to or need to.

for the better part of 3mos a local university has been on strike. the school year could be in jeopardy, and even if the school year is extended to allow the students to finish their studies appropriately, the summer jobs that these studens rely on could go by the wayside.

let me be clear that this post does not take any side of the issue other than the potential of education that the students are missing out on. this is not the place to debate who is right or wrong or what strike issues are most important. i hope the strike ends soon and learning resumes.

but what if it were a different scenario? what if there was an emergency at the school that shut it down for those same 3mos? or kept the instructors physically away for those 3mos for other positive reasons? what if mobile learning was in place so that the students could learn wherever they were and have it be accepted as part of their studies and credits, even if it was a brief interruption into the way things were supposed to be? i’m not talking about full e-learning courses, which are wonderful in their right, but rather the ability to switch from in-person analog learning seemlessly to streaming digital learning so that it would not only continue the learning process despite what is happening (or not happening) in the physical institution, but would exercise a lesson in preparedness for both students and faculty. students could still gather wherever they wanted (home, cafe, library, park) to learn from eachother while learning from an instructor. the learning stream becomes uninterrupted, the way i think it should be.

that’s the power of mobile learning.

a brave new world wide web

Posted in video with tags , , on December 11, 2008 by ruyoung

a look at the efficiency of web 2.0 for the classroom:

living, learning, and experiencing second life

Posted in video with tags , , on December 6, 2008 by ruyoung

philip rosedale, founder of second life, talks about living, learning, and experiencing concepts online and how this popular simulated world is changing our society.

did you know? 2.0

Posted in video with tags , , , , on April 20, 2008 by ruyoung

thanks to martha at adult education matters for posting the did you know? 2.0 video.

it is a video filled with stats as a way to reinforce that our preparation today is key to lifelong learning, no matter what area of specialty within education we may have.

one of the quotes in this presentation is so incredibly important:

“we are currently preparing students for jobs and technologies that don’t yet exist… in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet.

more information at shifthappens.wikispaces.com.

and now, the video: did you know? 2.0 on teachertube.com

21st century learners

Posted in video with tags , , on March 24, 2008 by ruyoung

21st century learners: