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New Media? by Mind Map: New Media?
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New Media?

1. Teaching Children

3. Audult learning video

Connectivism

central metaphor of a network with nodes and connections

Learning and knowledge rests in diversity of opinions

Learning is a process of connecting specialized nodes or information sources

theory of learning based on the premise that knowledge exists in the world rather than in the head of an individual

similiar to bandura social learning theory

Learn through contacts

Categories of New Media

Games

Social Media

FaceBook

LinkedIn

Flickr

my space

Tumblr

Wechat

Reddit

Twitter

Friendster

Blogs

Foursquare

WeiBo

Instagram

Online Chats

Skype

whatsapp

forum

Line

MSN

Viber

Collaborative

mindmwister

google.doc

wiki

On Line content

eBooks

YouTube

Podcasts

Social Bookmarking

Delicious

Instructional strategies, "-ogy"

Pedagogy

2. Science & Art of Teaching

Andagogy

1. Adult Learning

2. Learner has Experience

Peeragogy

1. Peer to Peer Learning

Heutagogy

1. http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1076

2. Highly autonomous learners

3. Self-determined learning

4. learning how to learn

5. double loop learning

What makes N/M new?

Currency

Actual age since inception?

Content

Various media formats?

Accessibility: Populous outreach

Instantaneous-ness of "Live" Feeds/ updates: Dynamic Contents

Ownership of content by user

Ready Access

Flattens hierarchical layering

Media can be accessed by anyone, regardless of platform

Relative to context: "new-ness"

With "new" media, new strategies are needed

N/M Leverages on?

Learners' prior knowledge and experience

Drives type of content

Shift from didactic strategies - to what?