New trends in education the ambigious role of ICT. Jacek Pyżalski Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan - PDF

New trends in education the ambigious role of ICT Jacek Pyżalski Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan Should you expect? Between Spitzer and Prensky Often heard in public disscussion But What is truth?

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New trends in education the ambigious role of ICT Jacek Pyżalski Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan Should you expect? Between Spitzer and Prensky Often heard in public disscussion But What is truth? What is the mechanism of the pendulum? Focus on socialization What media did to our children? ? as a place out of space and time, a placeless place, where the user is taken to be disconnected from the world around them. The creates a virtual space in which spatial difference is erased and the experience is the same anywhere (Hokosawa) Big promises long time ago Dr. Clark's students sat quietly as they watched him projected on 15 TVs, all set up in one long room. Television was still more than a decade away from invading American homes. But Dr. James Rowland Angell, an education consultant at NBC who was there for Dr. Clark's experiment, was quite optimistic: Five years from now, I expect to see television used very frequently in the classroom.(20 May 1938) Source: And even bigger now Big promises on future education: The impact on education will be substantial. For the pre-18s, distant learning and self-paced learning will raise standards and increase diversity. For the post- 18s, lifelong learning delivered through CBT [competency-based training] will address skills shortages and have knock-on effects in addressing social issues. 8/10 in 2005 Some had doubts about financial issues (price of the Internet) (Imagining the Internet) Big concerns at the same time From very beginning of the research on young people and media Media panic Sometimes exagerated comparing to data (100 young people meta -analysis) Big concerns=radical answers Some important BUTs Do we have right picture of young people and the media? #1 Teachers students examples from my meetings Teen councellors Virtual concept of digital natives Consequences, when NO Skewed into risks Bans and radical legal answers We do not have offer for the positive and the average Italian case Enough with this luddism, Davide Faraone, undersecretary for education, told La Stampa. The government is investing heavily to digitize our schools, so banning the use of phones and tablets in class is a bit of a contradiction. Do we understand online risks? #2 Online ethics (Pyżalski, 2012) Threatening, abusing someone on the Internet Should be banned 86% Rather should be banned 9% Cyberbullying (Pyżalski, 2012) 37% Consequences, when NO Hard to prevent Ineffective prevention Moral panic Student Blog case Do we address digital inequalities? #3 Newest research (Pyżalski, 2015) 1500 Polish adolescents) Frequent disscussions on Social Networking 68 % Regular blogging 6,5 Regular online games 40 Seeking information on personal problems (professional sites) 50 Seeking information on personal problems (fora) Producing a websote site/fanpage for a school/organization Report innappropriate content/behaviour 32 Regular usage for learning 76 Talk with a class tutor on personal issues 9 % Internet altruism 34 Internet voluntary work 6 Publication of own creative content 16 Membership in a group meeting mostly online 13 (a 28 traditional) Consequences, when NO One size fits all approach We take for granted that young people do certain things online Quality of the activities why we introduce ICT Cases English teacher Ryczywół case (Orange Foundation) Living history Many E-Twinning projects Do we take the best of online communication? #4 Janusz Korczak on Facebook? Consequences, when NO Do we understand relations between young people online and offline worlds? #5 Bad things (Pyżalski, 2015) Cyber - no Cyber once Cyber-2-3 times Cyber - 4 times or more Bulying - no Bullying - once Bullying 2-3 razy Bullying 4 times or more Good things, too (Pyżalski, 2015) 40% of bloggers use also traditional diaries only 9% of those who do not blog 22% regular online gamers meet regularly to play offline comparing to 18% 48% active administrators are active leaders offline, compared to 31% 51% of online volunteers are also volunteers offline compared to 23% Consequeces, when NOT Separate actions We concentrate on a form not content To sum up
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