Oral communicationOne of oldest communication ways is oral, or verbal.
Stories, legends, histories, and folklore were passed down via oral communication in ancient times.
Written documentsWritten documents are existed in ancient Greece by the fifth century.
Slate boardsSlate boards were in use in India in the 12th century CE.
Scrolled manuscriptsThey were handwritten by monks around 1200 CE.
The invention of the printing pressPrinting press was invented in Europe in 15th century.
With the invention of the printing press,
-texts became more avaliable.
-increased curious to read.
-books were demanded.
-it was the starting point of public and formal education.
Blackboards/ChalkboardsBlackboards/Chalkboards became used in schools around the turn of the 18th century.
Formal correspondence educationDevelopment in transport infrastructure (railroads) led to Formal correspondence education in the 19th century.
-The open university was opened in London.
Educational radio programsThe British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) began broadcasting educational radio programs for schools in the 1920s.
Filmstrip projectorFilmstrip projector was commenly used for scholls in 1940s to 1980s.
TelevisionTv was first used in education in the 1960s, for schools and for general adult education. There were tv shows for children, audio-media, picture, etc.
It was quickly spread around the world in the 1970s.
Satellite broadcastingSatellite broadcasting started to become avaliable in 1980s.
-Spaces, rockets, live broadcasting.
-to see the other cultures, natives from different countries.
Audio and video receiversAudio and video receivers were introduced when the time passed.
Digital compression and high-speed internet access-A breakthrough became because we teachers were not prepared for the education, and we did not give task, therefore effective education was not possible even if you had new technologies.
In the 1990s, the cost of creating and distributing video dropped dramatically due to digital compression and high-speed internet access.
Painting and cave walls40000 thousand years ago, painting and cave walls can be traced back to both Asia and Europe. The purpose of paintings and cave walss is unknown.