100位专家眼里的未来学习

         Teachthought.com网站上有一篇极有价值的文章,说的是《100位专家眼里的未来学习》(What 100 Experts Think About the Future of Learning),作者还给出了这100位专家观点的出处和链接。想想看,我们如果仔细品读一下这100位专家的观点,是否会更加清晰地勾勒出未来学习的面貌呢?

General

Learn about making technology work in education and more in these talks.

  1. Rethinking the Student Experience in the 21st Century Public Research University: See how a diverse student body and technology can make a difference in the student experience today. [UCTV]
  2. How to Learn (Almost) Anything: This lecture explores learning that the digital revolution brings. [MIT]
  3. Education for the 21st Century: Linda Darling-Hammond’s lecture is all about today’s school challenges. [Boston College]
  4. Gender Issues in Academics and Academia: This seminar takes a look at gender in academics. [MIT]
  5. Michelle Obama’s Plea for Education: Michelle Obama talks about her hope for each student. [TED]

Sharing Education

These talks explore the idea of open, shared education.

  1. Hector Ruiz on Connecting the World: Hector Ruiz lectures on Internet access for everyone. [TED]
  2. Clay Shirky on Institutions vs. Collaboration: Watch this lecture to see how looser networks will become more prominent in the future. [TED]
  3. The Open Mind: The Global Network University with John Sexton: You’ll learn about the globalization of higher education in this lecture. [UCTV]
  4. Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop Per Child: In this talk, you’ll learn about Nicholas Negroponte’s OLPC project. [TED]
  5. Knowledge Based Economy and Education: Charles Vest discusses the university’s role in the new knowledge based economy. [MIT]
  6. Negroponte Takes OLPC to Columbia: Watch Nicholas Negroponte deliver laptops for education in Columbia. [TED]
  7. Openness and Globalization in higher Education: You’ll learn about education in the age of the Internet, terrorism, and technology in this lecture. [UCTV]
  8. The Role of Distance Education: Patricio Lopez del Puerto discusses the opportunities made available by distance education. [MIT]
  9. Bill Gates on Mosquitoes, Malaria and Education: See how Bill Gates plans to solve large problems with philanthropy. [TED]
  10. Community Discussion on Open Sharing and Open CourseWare: Listen to this discussion to learn more about Open CourseWare and sharing in education. [MIT]
  11. Brewster Kahle Builds a Free Digital Library: Check out this lecture about Brewster Kahle’s huge digital library. [TED]
  12. Globalization and Higher Education: Charles Vest believes in knowledge sharing for competitive times. [MIT]
  13. The OpenCourseWare Initiative: In this lecture, Anne H. Marguiles explains the OpenCourseWare Initiative. [MIT]
  14. Education Across Borders: The India Perspective: Kapil Sibal’s lecture is all about using technology and education for better lives. [MIT]
  15. Ensuring Educational Access: Jamira Cotton’s lecture discusses the challenge and opportunity of educational access. [MIT]
  16. OLPC: Revolutionizing How the World’s Children Engage in Learning: Walter Bender lectures on the One Laptop Per Child venture. [MIT]
  17. Richard Baraniuk on Open-Source Learning: Richard Baraniuk explains the open source education system. [TED]
  18. Learning Through Remixing: This panel discusses how remixing can be used as a learning tool. [MIT]

Creativity & Innovation

Watch these talks to see how you can foster innovation and the creative spirit.

  1. Ken Robinson Says Schools Kill Creativity: Ken Robinson’s lecture makes a case for a more creative education system. [TED]
  2. Sowing the Seeds for a More Creative Society: Mitch Resnick explains how you we can build a more creative society. [MIT]
  3. Dean Kamen on Inventing and Giving: Dean Kamen’s lecture offers insight into big ideas. [TED]
  4. Focus on Educational Innovation: These panelists take a look at innovation in education. [MIT]
  5. Woody Norris Invents Amazing Things: This lecture from Woody Norris takes a different approach to inventing and education. [TED]
  6. Rudy Crew on Training, Technology, and Budgets: Study training, budgets, and technology in this lecture. [UWTV]
  7. Alan Kay Shares a Powerful Idea About Ideas: Alan Kay’s talk is all about better techniques for teaching kids. [TED]
  8. Jay Walker’s Library of Human Imagination: Jay Walker highlights human imagination in this talk. [TED]
  9. Saul Griffith on Everyday Inventions: Saul Griffith offers a few innovative ideas in this lecture. [TED]
  10. Bringing Education into the 21st Century: You’ll learn about innovative education from Joseph Berney’s lecture. [UCTV]
  11. Dean Kamen: The Emotion Behind Invention: Dean Kamen’s lecture explores what drives invention. [TED]
  12. Elizabeth Gilbert on Nurturing Creativity: Elizabeth Gilbert explains why everyone can be a genius. [TED]

Internet & New Media

These talks are concerned with how the Internet and new media has an impact on teaching and learning.

  1. Opening Doors: Opening Doors discusses mentoring on the Internet. [UWTV]
  2. New Media Literacies: New Media Literacies explores literacy theory in media contexts. [MIT]
  3. Website Development: Website Development explains how you can create educational websites. [Harvard]
  4. Evan Williams on Listening to Twitter Users: Twitter Cofounder Evan Williams discusses what they’ve learned from users. [TED]
  5. Do Schoolchildren and Students Know How to Research?: This lecture considers whether students understand the wisdom of crowds or not. [RSA]
  6. The Internet: This lecture serves as a guide for what’s happening when you’re online. [Harvard]
  7. The Role of Distance Education: Check out this talk about opening opportunities with distance education. [MIT]
  8. National Educators’ Summit on Media & Technology: For a look into media and technology in education, check out this talk. [Boston College]
  9. Learning From Students: This lecture explains how to use Facebook for learning management. [UCTV]
  10. Use of the Internet and Higher Education: In this talk, you’ll see how the Internet can be used in higher education. [UCTV]
  11. Students and Electronic Media: Check out this lecture about electronic media for teaching. [Princeton]

Leadership

These talks will help you better foster leadership.

  1. Building and Leading Effective Teams: This course offers an introduction to leadership. [MIT]
  2. Leadership in a Complex, Technology-Driven World: Check out this lecture about leadership in technology. [MIT]
  3. Patrick Awuah on Educating Leaders: Patrick Awuah’s lecture focuses on education for leaders. [TED]
  4. Developing Future Leaders: Watch this lecture about creating the leaders of the future. [MIT]

Educational Technology

Check out these talks to explore technology made for education.

  1. Research in Educational Technology: This talk explains expanding educational technology. [UWTV]
  2. Technologies for Creative Learning: Check out this course to see how new technologies can help people learn new things. [MIT]
  3. Multimedia: Understand how multimedia works with the help of this lecture. [Harvard]
  4. Effective Examples of Educational Technology and Priorities for Future Investment: James Duderstadt considers examples of good educational technology. [MIT]
  5. Computer Games and Simulations for Investigational Learning: Explore learning from interactive computer environments in this talk. [MIT]
  6. George Dyson at the Birth of the Computer: You’ll learn about the origins of the computer from this talk. [TED]
  7. Educational Technology Exemplars for US Schools of Engineering: Irene Georgakoudi explains how to make science and engineering education more fun. [MIT]
  8. Security: This lecture explains computer security for the Internet and more. [Harvard]
  9. Accessible Information Technology in Education: You can find out how to make more accessible education technology from this lecture. [UWTV]
  10. Schools Don’t Want Technology, Schools Want Education: You can learn about making education technology work for schools from this talk. [UWTV]
  11. Interactive Videoconferencing: You can learn about interactive videoconferencing from this lecture. [UWTV]
  12. Engage Me or Enrage ME: Take a look at video games as educational tools in this talk. [Boston College]
  13. The Future of Media in Children’s Education: See how educational media works in children’s education in this talk. [Princeton]
  14. Will Wright Makes Toys That Make Worlds: Will Write lectures on new games. [TED]
  15. Games and Civic Engagement: Mario Armstrong explains how video games can transform the world. [MIT]
  16. David Perry on Videogames: David Perry’s lecture discusses making videogames more fun. [TED]
  17. Brenda Laurel on Games for Girls: Research the world of games for girls through this talk. [TED]
  18. Caleb Chung Plays with Pleo: In this lecture, you’ll learn about the robot Pleo. [TED]

Brain & Psychology

You can study how the brain works in learning through these talks.

  1. Neural Plasticity in Learning and Development: Watch this lecture to learn about neural plasticity in learning and memory. [MIT]
  2. Christopher deCharms Looks Inside the Brain: Look into thoughts, emotions, and pain through this talk. [TED]
  3. Martin Seligman on Positive Psychology: Learn how positive psychology can make a difference in education. [TED]
  4. Neural Basis of Learning and Memory: Check out this lecture about learning and memory. [MIT]
  5. Sculpting Behavior: Sculpting Behavior will help you develop a language for hands-on learning. [Stanford]
  6. Managerial Psychology: Managerial Psychology discusses applying behavioral science theories. [MIT]
  7. Human Memory and Learning: Human Memory and Learning looks into cognition and neural organization in memory and learning. [MIT]
  8. Tom Wujec on 3 Ways the Brain Creates Meaning: See how you can engage brains to understand big ideas. [TED]

Technology Education

These talks are all about the state of technology education.

 

  1. Broadening Computer and Robotics Education and Participation for Women: This lecture explores computer and robotics education for women. [UWTV]
  2. Engineering and Earth Systems: Philip M. Gschwend shares this lecture on educating a new breed of engineers. [MIT]
  3. Geeks and Chiefs: Yossi Sheffi’s lecture covers engineering education. [MIT]
  4. Teaching College-Level Science and Engineering: Here you can learn about teaching science and engineering. [MIT]
  5. Gender, Race, and the Complexities of Science and Technology: Watch this lecture about problem-based learning in science and technology. [MIT]
  6. Introduction to Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Science: Check out this lecture to learn about teaching math and science in a variety of settings. [MIT]
  7. Inspiring and Educating the Next Generation: Daniel Roos discusses challenges in engineering education. [MIT]
  8. Science Education in the 21st Century: Dr. Carl Wieman lectures on using scientific tools to teach science. [Cornell]
  9. Teaching the Second Law: See how to handle the challenge of teaching the Second Law in this lecture. [MIT]
  10. Technology, Policy, and Education: This lecture explains how to educate future engineers for leadership. [MIT]

Teaching Methods

Study innovative teaching methods with these talks.

  1. Blended Learning Revisited: See how you can keep curiosity alive with blended learning. [MIT]
  2. Gever Tulley Teaches Life Lessons Through Tinkering: Gever Tully explains how tinkering can teach. [TED]
  3. Statistical Learning Theory: You will learn about statistical learning from this talk. [MIT]
  4. The Torch or the Firehose: The Torch or the Firehose advocates section teaching. [MIT]
  5. Mae Jemison on Teaching Arts and Sciences Together: Mae Jemison explores the idea of teaching art and science at the same time. [TED]
  6. The Nature of Constructionist Learning: This lecture takes a look at using constructionism in learning. [MIT]
  7. Bring on the Learning Revolution: Sir Ken Robinson advocates personalized learning. [TED]
  8. Educational Theory and Practice: See educational theory in this talk. [MIT]
  9. Statistical Learning Theory and Applications: This lecture takes a multidisciplinary approach to learning. [MIT]
  10. Concept-Centered Teaching: This lecture will develop your ability to foster student understanding. [MIT]
  11. The Power of Cultural Learning: Maggie Atkinson explains why learning through culture is so effective. [RSA]
  12. Networks for Learning: Take a look at different learning techniques in this lecture. [MIT]

Institution

In these talks, you’ll see how technology impacts the institution of education.

  1. Higher Education Internationalization and Globalization-Then and Now: Check out this lecture for a look into the way globalization influences higher education institutions. [UCTV]
  2. The Environment for Higher Education in the Future: This lecture takes a look at the future of higher education systems. [UCTV]

 

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