21st Century Teaching-Learning & Technology
Integration • Interactive • Visual • Collaborative
(e)Learning 2.0 ...connecting education around the world
|21st Century Teaching-Learning is both formal and informal. e-Learning means Connectivity, Communication, Collaboration, and Content (4Cs) and connects people to people and people to information and involves the 3Rs; namely, getting the Right content to the Right people at the Right time. Participants use various combinations of F2F, the Web, LMS/LCMS and/or real-time collaboration solutions integrated with Web 2.0 technologies, e.g., blogs, micro-blogs, RSS, wikis, social networking tools, audio and video podcasts, screencasts, photo sharing tools, mapping tools, gaming, social bookmarking/tagging, etc. for a PLE, as well as site-based classroom instruction to collaboratively create content by networking with instructor(s), guest speaker(s) and other learners around the world. Consequently, content materials may include various combinations of text, images, animations, games, simulations, audio, video, websites and other supplements. Participants can work at locations and times that are convenient for them and best of all the content can be customized to the knowledge of the learner.||
All this is accomplished through the use of learning objects and blended delivery modalities. There is pain in staying the same and pain in change; choose the one that moves you ahead. (e)Learning Consulting & Professional Services offers a long-standing, experience-based expertise to help you meet your asynchronous, synchronous and Web 2.0 technology needs. Our (e)learning professional services include:
In 1997, I said that "The Web is not the future, but a dynamic part of today."; the same still holds for Web 2.0 and beyond. It's a WEBOLUTION not a revolution. It's time to STOP strategic planning and START strategic TEACHING. Let (e)Learning Consulting Services work with you to achieve your Teaching-Learning & Technology goals and be DISRUPTIVE.Regards,
William D. Graziadei, Ph.D.
SUNY Professor Emeritus
Skype Username billgrazia
Our teaching-learning and technology mantra is SUCCESS in learning by applying a TLT interrogatory approach. SUCCESS is achieved by three
fundamental practices in the classroom; namely, TELL me and I may forget; SHOW me and I may remember; INVOLVE me and I will understand.
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