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Future Classroom: a Research Issue or an Innovation?. Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology, National Central University, Taiwan Hsue-Yie Wang, Sams. Research & Innovation. Research is the transformation of money into knowledge - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Future Classroom: a Research Issue or an Innovation?Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology, National Central University, TaiwanHsue-Yie Wang, SamsResearch & InnovationResearch is the transformation of money into knowledgeInnovation is the transformation of knowledge into money

~ Geoff Nicholson, Inventor of the Post-It Note

OutlineThe evolution of technology in the classroomFuture Classroom research & developmentFuture Classroom in the near futureConclusionOutlineThe evolution of technology in the classroomFuture Classroom research & developmentFuture Classroom in the near futureConclusionClassroom changes

Classroom changes

Classroom changes

Classroom changes

Classroom changesClassroom technology evolution timeline1700180019002000

chalkboardfilmstrip projector

radio

overhead projector

educational television

computer

Interactive whiteboard

1801: the first chalkboard was invented by James Pillans, headmaster of the Old High School of Edinburgh, Scotland1925: filmstrip projector1925: radio1930: overhead projector1958: educational TV1980: personal computer1999: IWB10How long does the FUTURE mean?OutlineThe evolution of technology in the classroomFuture Classroom research & developmentFuture Classroom in the near futureConclusionACOTApple Classrooms Of Tomorrowinitiated in 1985 and sustained through 1995to study how the routine use of technology by teachers and students might change teaching and learningto identify effective models for teaching and learning with technology, developing the professional lives of teachers, and diffusing innovationOLPC2005.1: Professor Nicholas Negroponte from MIT announced OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) project in the World Economic Forum

Future classroom research from NCU2002.5: NCU research team announced one-to-one educational computing and the experimental results

Interactive Classroom ServerDaemonBlockConnection Management BlockSynchronous ActivityControl BlockInteractiveInstructionCenterInteractiveLearningCenterBroadcast Control ModuleProtocolParsingModuleMessage Delivery ModuleConnection ManagementModuleResponse Control ModuleHighly Interactive ProtocolsDaemonAuthentication Module

11223344Introductory discussionIntroductory discussion

GroupGroupG1G1G2G2G3G3G4G4G1G1G2G2G3G3G4G4Group discussion & information gatheringGroup discussion & information gatheringCo-constructing group productCo-constructing group product55

Peer evaluations among groupsPeer evaluations among groupsPresentationsPresentations

66Conclusion and conclusionDiscussion and conclusion

Access PointInteractive Classroom ServerResource & Class Management Server

Interactive Learning CenterInteractive Instruction Center

Group

Group

16Learning FlowLearning Episode 1

group

individualstudentLearning Episode 2Learning Episode #n

teacher

WWW

video

e-book

reportLearningFunction aLearningFunction bLearningFunction cLearningFunction dLearningFunction x

group discussion

voting

presentationcontentparticipantaction17Learning flow editing tool

A learning flow consists a sequence of learning episodesA learning episode composed by a set of learning functionsLearning functionsLabel of learning episodeLabel of learning flow17Pedagogical model of NCUs future classroom research

the logs show that the time teacher used in interaction is more than lecturingthe results indicate that this system enables students working in groups and learning from doingSystem log analysisTypeQuestionAverage PointsAverage Points1 2 3 4 5OverallI am more concentrate in the WiTEC3.76Using MLD is more convenient for group collaborative learning3.77Using MLD is more convenient for me to learn individually4.16I like using MLD to produce report3.84I like to learn in the WiTEC4.36I hope I can continue to learn in the WiTEC4.57Individual functionThe annotation function is helpful for me to take note on learning materials3.82Using voting function can save much time in class4.54I can concentrate on the activity while the teacher locking my MLD frame4.07The black screen function makes me concentrate on the teachers lecturing3.92The colored signal shown on the screen makes me concentrate on the activity4.30The teacher broadcasts materials to me directly help me to learn4.42The teacher retrieves and discusses our works on the electronic whiteboard help me to understand further4.10The teacher retrieves my work to present to whole class makes me proud3.84Statistical result of the questionnaireOutlineThe evolution of technology in the classroomFuture Classroom research & developmentFuture Classroom in the near futureConclusionMarket status of IWB

Learning devices

Market status of IRS

Futuresource Consulting, 2008One of the models for the near future classroome-Teaching

e-Assessing

Instant evaluations on students understanding

e-Diagnosing

e-Remediation

OutlineThe evolution of technology in the classroomFuture Classroom research & developmentFuture Classroom in the near futureConclusionDoing innovation"In my view, the word innovation has become overused, cliched, and meaningless.. because they are so much easier to talk about than to do.

~ Andy Grove, former chairman of Intel Corp.ConclusionsFUTURE CLASSROOM should not be a research issue onlyStart up from a simple, implementable, but effective modelThank you!Eee Learning Engage, Enrich, EnhanceIii Teaching Interact, Innovate, Improvehsuyie@CL.ncu.edu.twChart12637643881709569647517147925651740529541155561622685107510508101226876

VolumeVolumeAnnual sales

Sheet1YearVolume200026,376200143,881200270,956200396,4752004171,4792005256,5172006405,2952007411,5552008616,2262009851,07520101,050,81020111,226,876

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Chart155158567120374710821775491443193546172393496318549184912026525709241

&APage &PAnnual salesValue $MHandsetsMillion USDWorld Annual Volume & Value of IRS

Sheet1Annual salesValue $M2003551,5856720041,203,74710820052,177,54914420063,193,54617220073,934,96318520084,918,49120220096,525,709241

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