mandag 12. april 2010

What's Facebook got to do with it? Digital literacy and the classroom

It's learning brukerkonferanse, Arne Olav Nygård snakker om



Web 1.0
  • Britannica online
  • Homepages
  • Publishing
  • Taxonomies (common trues)
Web 2.0
  • Wikipedia
  • Blog, Facebook, Myspace
  • Participation
  • "Folksomenomies" (What you decide to be your content)

In the school
Basic skills: Digital skills
New term for text: Multimodal texts

I skolen er det ofte vanskelig å få elevene til å skrive tekst og levere inn. Samtidig skriver disse elevene daglig på sin blogg og på facebook.


  • Sharing
  • remx

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    can we imagine a culture without plagiaisme
  • 73% use social websites
  • 8 av 10 play games
  • 90 % has a mobilphone
  • 71% use Youtube
  • a generation that is alway on
  • The New millennium learners

Er skolen tilstrekkelig tilstede for å lære elevene trygg bruk på disse arenaene?

It is common to blame digital media to cause problems ( social, language, moral, technical)

Sokrates, in Platos dialogs about the alphabet:

"The discovery of the alphabet will create forgetfulness in the learners' souls, because they will not use their memories; they will trust to the external written characters and not remember of themselves..." -Socrates, "Phaedrus"

Before:
  • recreative
  • contextual
  • unstable
  • traditions
  • collective

Gutenberg:
  • Original
  • individual
  • autonomus
  • stable
  • caninical

After
  • sampling
  • remix
  • loan
  • appropriating
  • reshapning
  • collective
  • recontextualisation
Gutenberg-fasen har vart noen hundre år men er i ferd med å gå over, og vi nærmer oss igjen teksten fra før trykkpressa.

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