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Presentation: The revolution of schooling? Changing patterns of teacher-student interactions in the era of new technology

TitleThe revolution of schooling? Changing patterns of teacher-student interactions in the era of new technology
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Issue Date2001
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CITE Seminar Series 07 (The revolution of schooling? Changing patterns of teacher-student interactions in the era of new technology), Hong Kong, China, 26 February 2001 How to Cite?
DescriptionThis seminar will have four parts. First, Dr Lindstrom will describe the penetration of new technology in the Swedish society. Secondly, he will review some contemporary Swedish initiatives of introducing Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the Swedish educational systems. Dr Lindstrom will especially focus on three initiatives. One focusing on "innovative" school projects, one focusing on competence development of teachers; and one on the development of teaching in higher education. He will base the review on evaluations of the initiatives. Thirdly, Dr Lindstrom will review some studies of the conditions for "institutionalising" ICT, that is, making new technology an integral part of everyday educational activities. In the final section he will discuss the pedagogical rationale(s) behind these initiatives and how ICT relates to these rationales. In this discussion Dr Lindstrom will especially focus on how ICT is changing the activities in the class-room and the patterns of teacher-student interactions.
(Email: Berner.Lindstrom@ped.gu.se) Dr. Lindstrom is currently professor of education at Goteborg University and adjunct professor of information science at Bergen University, Norway. He has been appointed as research manager at Center for IT and Education at Karlstad University and acting professor in Communication Studies at Linkoping University. Dr. Lindstrom has served as an expert to the National Board of Higher Education, the National Board of Education, the National Agency for Consumer Affairs and the Swedish Ministry of Education. He currently serves as a board member for the Swedish Agency of Distance Education, Swedish University Network and Saab Training Science Council, as well as member of the advisory board for the Committee on Renewal of Higher Education. He is acting as vice chairman for International Consortium for Courseware Engineering, national correspondent for European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). Dr. Lindstrom has been responsible for a large number of research projects, has a number of national and international publications and been visiting scholar at School of Education, Stanford University and Learning Research and Developmental Center (LRDC) in Pittsburgh. At Goteborg University he has been advisor to the vice-chancellor on matters of information technology since 1996. Dr. Lindstrom's research is in the field of learning and instruction, with a focus on learning with media and modern information technologies, learning from pictures, learning styles and strategies. He is also working in the fields of distance education and open/flexible learning.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/44038

 

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dc.contributor.authorLindstrom, B-
dc.date.accessioned2007-05-14T05:51:32Z-
dc.date.available2007-05-14T05:51:32Z-
dc.date.issued2001-
dc.identifier.citationCITE Seminar Series 07 (The revolution of schooling? Changing patterns of teacher-student interactions in the era of new technology), Hong Kong, China, 26 February 2001en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/44038-
dc.descriptionThis seminar will have four parts. First, Dr Lindstrom will describe the penetration of new technology in the Swedish society. Secondly, he will review some contemporary Swedish initiatives of introducing Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the Swedish educational systems. Dr Lindstrom will especially focus on three initiatives. One focusing on "innovative" school projects, one focusing on competence development of teachers; and one on the development of teaching in higher education. He will base the review on evaluations of the initiatives. Thirdly, Dr Lindstrom will review some studies of the conditions for "institutionalising" ICT, that is, making new technology an integral part of everyday educational activities. In the final section he will discuss the pedagogical rationale(s) behind these initiatives and how ICT relates to these rationales. In this discussion Dr Lindstrom will especially focus on how ICT is changing the activities in the class-room and the patterns of teacher-student interactions.en
dc.description(Email: Berner.Lindstrom@ped.gu.se) Dr. Lindstrom is currently professor of education at Goteborg University and adjunct professor of information science at Bergen University, Norway. He has been appointed as research manager at Center for IT and Education at Karlstad University and acting professor in Communication Studies at Linkoping University. Dr. Lindstrom has served as an expert to the National Board of Higher Education, the National Board of Education, the National Agency for Consumer Affairs and the Swedish Ministry of Education. He currently serves as a board member for the Swedish Agency of Distance Education, Swedish University Network and Saab Training Science Council, as well as member of the advisory board for the Committee on Renewal of Higher Education. He is acting as vice chairman for International Consortium for Courseware Engineering, national correspondent for European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). Dr. Lindstrom has been responsible for a large number of research projects, has a number of national and international publications and been visiting scholar at School of Education, Stanford University and Learning Research and Developmental Center (LRDC) in Pittsburgh. At Goteborg University he has been advisor to the vice-chancellor on matters of information technology since 1996. Dr. Lindstrom's research is in the field of learning and instruction, with a focus on learning with media and modern information technologies, learning from pictures, learning styles and strategies. He is also working in the fields of distance education and open/flexible learning.-
dc.description.sponsorshipCentre for Information Technology in Education, University of Hong Kongen
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dc.titleThe revolution of schooling? Changing patterns of teacher-student interactions in the era of new technologyen
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