Speeding past Steve Jobs’ Post-PC Era into the Age of Mobilism, we can foresee how, by 2015, each and every student will be using their own mobile computing device with those devices engendering most disruptive transformation in education in 150 years. How does that same transformation convert to the Learning and Development environment?
Learning environments will continue to move from today’s “I Teach” facilitator-centric ineffective and boring pedagogy to a “We Learn” pedagogy where the facilitator learns along with the students, mastering content and practicing the key 21st century skills. Flipping the classroom is only the beginning; mobile technologies extend the learning environment to support all-the-time, everywhere learning, to support the linking of the abstract ideas explored inside the earning environment to the real world of people, places, things outside the traditional learning environment. And, most importantly make no mistake: THIS CHANGE IS INEVITABLE.
WHEN: Thursday, February 16, 2012 5:00 - 7:30, Dinner Included
WHERE: Christie's Bistro
925 S Creyts
FEES: $30.00 for members / $40.00 for non-members
$20.00 for students / $40.00 at the door pricing
About our Facilitator:
Elliot Soloway is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in the Dept of CSE, College of Engineering, School of Education and School of Information, University of Michigan. For the past 10 years, Elliot’s research has been guided by the vision that mobile, handheld – and very low-cost – networked devices are the only way to truly achieve universal 1:1 in schools – all across the globe. In 2001, the UMich undergraduates selected him to receive the “Golden Apple Award” as the Outstanding Teacher of the Year. In 2004 and again in 2011, the EECS College of Engineering HKN Honor Society awarded Elliot the “Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award.” Elliot is a co-founder of GoKnow, Inc. And, he is currently Chair and Grand Poobah of ISTE’s Special Interest Group on Mobile Learning (SIGML).
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