Teaching Excellence and the "Wired Professor"


Timothy A. Pychyl, Ph.D., Carleton University

26/09/02


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Table of Contents

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Outline

Teaching with Technology

Assumption

A Key Assumption

and . . .

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Losing personal interaction?

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On personal interaction and technological change . . .

Traditional interaction

Why is this interaction important?

Final assumption

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Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence

Networked Intelligence

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Digital economy

Data, information & wisdom

The “E” is for Everything

The Economy of Attention

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Thorngate’s Axioms

Axiom 1

Next generation Web sites . . . attention grabbers

Axiom 1 - Faculty

Axiom 1 (continued)

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Why is this interaction important?

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Attention and Listening

Vulnerability

Axiom 2

New economics and time

Time: A barrier to IT adoption

Implications

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Best Practice, Experience & Wisdom

Implications - course planning

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Axiom 3

Transition & Specialization

Disruptive technologies

Axiom 4

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Potential Peril - Teaching process

Teaching excellence

Invited talks

“like you really meant it”

The surrender of culture to technology

On technique

First things first

First Principles of Learning

Something new for your attentional investment

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Challenges

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Vision + Strategic Planning + Time + Resources

New Tools & Skills

Leadership

Leadership

Difficult conversations

References

References (continued)

Summary

Speaker Bio

Author: Timothy A. Pychyl

Email: tpychyl@ccs.carleton.ca

Home Page: http://www.carleton.ca/~tpychyl

Other information:
Slides for the presenation Teaching Excellence and the "Wired Professor" delivered at the University of Western Ontario, September 27, 2002.
Copyright Dr. Timothy A. Pychyl, 2002. Materials not to be used without written permission of the author.