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5 Challenges for the Future of Learning: Digital Natives and How We Shall Teach Them

by Prasad Krishna last modified Apr 30, 2012 01:04 PM
At the Digital Media and Learning Conference on beyond education technologies, Nishant Shah gave a ignite talk on 5 Challenges for the Future of Learning: Digital Natives and How We Shall Teach Them on March 1, 2012. There was an author's table where he presented and shared the Digital AlterNatives books and info-kits.

Thursday, March 1, 2012 – 4:30-5:45 (Cyril Magnin Ballroom)

Kea Anderson from SRI International
How do you know it's working?: The U.S. Dept. of Education's new Evidence Framework

Doug Belshaw, Purpos/ed
Why we need a debate about the purpose(s) of education

Tessa Joseph-Nicholas, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Zombies and the Revolution: Making Science Fiction Matter in the Digital Culture Classroom

Peter Kittle, Cal State Univ., Chico
Good Memes, Bad Teaching

Crystle Martin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Interest-Based Crap Detecting

David Cooper Moore, Temple University
What Did Rebecca Black's "Friday" Teach Us About Media Literacy?

Chad Sansing, Central Virginia Writing Project
I used to be a middle school teacher like you until I took an arrow in the knee

Rafi Santo, Indiana University
Why Kids Need to Know How to Hack: Technological Citizenship and the New Civic Education

Nishant Shah, Centre for Internet and Society
5 Challenges for the future of learning: Digital Natives and how we shall teach them

Saturday, March 3, 2012 – 3:30-4:30 (Cyril Magnin Ballroom)

Heather Braum, Northeast Kansas Library System
Learning from Birth to the Grave @ Your Library

Mel Chua, Purdue University, and Sebastian Dziallas, Olin College
Teaching Open Source: Productively Lost For Great Justice

Ben Chun, Galileo Academy of Science & Technology
Programming for Every Subject

Jane Crayton, UNM, CU Boulder, STEM-A

Mizuko Ito, University of California, Irvine
Occupy Learning

Henry Jenkins, USC
The Samba School Revisited: Play, Performance, and Participation in Education

Chris Lawrence, Hive Learning Network, NYC
Throw a learning party!

Heather Mallak, Girls, Math & Science Partnership, Click! Spy School
Opening things with your teeth

Jesse Pickard, MindSnacks
How to Make Your Educational Game Not Suck

Philipp Schmidt, Peer 2 Peer University
How to make an online course in 5 minutes

Jeff Sturges, Mt Elliott Makerspace

Hsing Wei, Eyebeam and New Visions
DTC Lab = teachers + technologists + designers = digital prototypes in 3 months 

Venue: Wyndham Parc 55 Hotel, San Francisco, CA 94102

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