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1 Amy Wallace CSU Channel Islands LEARNING Space Technology

2 Space & Technology Can Promote or Inhibit Learning Engage Students Learning Styles Presentation Student-Teacher Interactions Student-Student Interactions Active Learning Collaborative Activities

3 Poor Classroom Design or Poor Instructional Design

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5 Learning Before Space and Technology Create a learning space When designing/renovating a space or incorporating a new technology: What do we want our students to learn? What do we want our students to do? How will we know they have learned it? What learning styles do we want to engage? What learning and teaching methods will we employ? Can we create one learning space to do it all?

6 DESIGN RENOVATE MOVE ACQUIRE THROW OUT

7 Building Blocks Presentations Non-Networked Space without Computers Collaborative Active Learning Non-Networked Space without Computers Individual Active Learning Networked Space with Computers Collaborative Active Learning Networked Space with Computers Individual Active Learning

8 Presentations White or blackboards Overhead or electronic projection unit or LCD projector Teacher computer station –Applications –Catalogs –Databases Wireless keyboard or mouse Polling device Space for book trucks or carts Space for handouts Explaining the benefits of a particular tool or resource Demonstrating search strategies Demonstrating print

9 Non-Networked Space without Computers Collaborative Active Learning Space for activities Individual desks or tables that can be moved or arranged to facilitate collaboration White or blackboards Flip charts or whiteboard sheets Books, journals Handouts Colored pens, clay, instructional aids Exploring prior knowledge topic Topic development/keywords Constructing search strategies Evaluating resources Sharing after an activity

10 Non-Networked Space without Computers Individual Active Learning Space for activities Individual desks or tables that can be moved or arranged to facilitate collaboration White or blackboards Flip charts or whiteboard sheets Books, journals Space for handouts Colored pens, clay, instructional aids Exploring prior knowledge Topic development/keywords Constructing search strategies Evaluating resources Sharing after an activity

11 Networked Space with Computers Collaborative Active Learning Wired or wireless Space to get more than one student at a workstation Instructor station Projector Screen or smartboard Control hardware or software Wireless keyboard or mouse Electronic polling devices Executing searches Sharing search strategies Revising search strategies Evaluating electronic sources

12 Networked Space with Computers Individual Active Learning Wired or wireless Enough computer workstations for all students Projector Control hardware or software Screen or smartboard Wireless keyboard or mouse Electronic polling devices USB Drives Executing searches Revising search strategies Evaluating electronic sources Storing or integrating information Sharing infromation

13 Challenge 1: Updating the Traditional Classroom

14 Evolution of a Classroom (1980) Lectures/Presentations Blackboard Overhead Projector Non-Computer Individual Active Learning Individual Work: Reference Books Individual Work: Indexes and Abstracts Stations

15 Evolution of a Classroom (1980) Lectures/Presentations Blackboard Overhead Projector Non-Computer Collaborative Active Learning Individual or Group Work: Reference Books Individual or Group Work: Indexes and Abstracts Stations

16 Evolution of a Classroom (1989) Presentation with an LCD projector 16 dumb terminals Search new online catalog, then gophers, then databases Students moved back and forth between terminals and desks White Boards Around Classrooms Good for Traditional Presentations Good for Individual and Group Work Good for Hands-on Activities

17 Evolution of a Classroom (2000s) Teacher station (not a barrier) Student computer stations for individuals or groups Separate spaces for non-computer work Good for Traditional Presentations Good for Individual and Group Work Good for Hands-on Activities

18 Challenge 2: Create a learning space when you do not have a classroom

19 Solution: Go Wireless 22 Wireless computers in rack Instructor station with LCD projector Wireless keyboard and mouse Elmo Electronic polling device Good for Traditional Presentations Good for Individual and Group Work Good for Hands-on Activities Good for Quick Assessment

20 Challenge 3: Pillars in your classroom

21 Solution: Get Creative

22 Other Learning Spaces

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28 Conclusion Let learning guide design Promote engagement Make the square peg fit into the round role Don’t let technology or space lock you into one kind of teaching or certain types of learning activities Look for design and technology tools that increase flexibility Network with colleagues


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