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  • Conference focusing upon TOOLS and STRATEGIES for innovation AND For SHARING and DISCOVERING new ways of doing TO OVERCOME NEW and EXISTING problems THE TITLE Why Don’t You how can we (all) utilize new partnerships, tools and approaches to do something better It also asks the question – what is stopping you? And from there, what can we do to get over the barriers or reduce the resistances to change. So it is about new ways of working and using new tools and approaches.

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  • 1.
    • http://flwhydontyou.blogspot.com/
    Innovations ³ Dan Sutch, October 2007
  • 2. Programme and participation
    • Workshops
      • Will feed in to summary session and manifesto session
    • Manifesto session
      • What are the new approaches, tools and strategies that can be taken on?
      • What are the resistances/barriers to adopting/developing these practices?
      • What needs to happen to address these issues?
    • The Chew Table
      • Opportunity to explore new ways, to talk, discuss and find out
    • Showcases
      • Innovative teachers & students sharing stories of practice
    • Text 07794 327171
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  • 3.
    • [email_address]
    Prize for images sent in showing the cube in your office, classroom, being used … or shown in a more creative way perhaps! 07794 327171
  • 4. End-user innovation
    • … a source of innovation, only now becoming widely recognized, is end-user innovation . This is where an agent (person or company) develops an innovation for their own (personal or in-house) use because existing products do not meet their needs
    • “ end-user innovation [is], by far, the most important and critical”
    • Eric Von Hippell Sources of Innovation
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  • 5. Expertise and innovation
    • Innovation takes place through complex process that link many different actors together
    • The boundaries of organisations and industries are sites for innovation
    • Problems and needs of users can be met with the potential solutions in creative processes
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  • 6. What do we mean ‘innovation’?
    • What does innovation mean to you?
    • What is innovation ‘in one sentence’?
    • Jon Burg, Future Visions blog;
    • Innovation Science; Susan Charman’s blog;
    • FLUX; Greg Verdino's blog;
    • Popurls; Edinnovation;
    • Chuck Frey blog; NESTA;
    • Creativity and Innovation driving business
    • The innovation expedition
    • Oxford English Dictionary Online
    • Wikipedia
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  • 7.
    • The successful exploitation of ideas generated at the intersection of invention and insight, which leads to the creation of social or economic value.
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  • 8.
    • The successful exploitation of ideas generated at the intersection of invention and insight, which leads to the creation of social or economic value.
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  • 9.
    • The successful exploitation of ideas generated at the intersection of invention and insight , which leads to the creation of social or economic value.
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  • 10.
    • The successful exploitation of ideas generated at the intersection of invention and insight , which leads to the creation of social or economic value .
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  • 11.
    • Dynamic, shifting
      • Social context
      • Education context
      • Economic context
      • Technological context
    Aims of the innovation &quot;The ubiquitous presence and utility of ICT in modern life are having a significant impact on the way we live, and even on the notion of an educated person. It has led to the concept of the knowledge society - sometimes also called the learning society or information society. There is a widespread awareness that these developments have profound implications for education, and that schools must change, but as yet little detailed consideration of the extent of the change needed and the advantages that ICT can bring. The growth of the knowledge society and the pervasiveness of the technology represent a major challenge and a major opportunity for education.&quot; OECD, Learning to Change: ICT in Schools (2001), p.9
      • ‘ Uncertain futures’
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  • 12.
    • &quot;The changes in society, among pupils' perceptions, and the evolution of new technologies are leading to a new profession for teachers.&quot;
    • B. Cornu, 'New technologies: integration into education' (in D. Watson & D. Tinsley (eds.), Integrating Information Technology into Education ; London, 1995), p.8
    • ‘… change in education may now be thought of as a constant condition, rather than an event’
    • Futurelab Literature review: Teachers Learning with Digital Technologies: A review of research and projects, p.5
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  • 13. Storycube
    • Proboscis’ Storycube
        • Developed to prompt conversations and sharing
        • Story-table outside the conference rooms – share your thoughts, ideas, conversations, questions and tools/resources.
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  • 14. Innovations ³ 07794 327171
    • Problem identification/definition is central to successful innovation: why are you innovating?
    • Use a side of the cube – label it “1”
    • What are you addressing/aiming to solve?
    • Responding to Every Child Matters?
    • Responding to the Personalisation agenda?
    • Taking advantage of the expertise of parents and local community?
    • Help 1 child recognised their learning outside school to build on it in school?
  • 15.
    • Innovation is the process or result of combining previously separate ideas or technologies in useful and valuable ways
    • Karl Long
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  • 16.
    • innovation is moving beyond …
    • Bob Harrison
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  • 17.
    • Innovation for us comes in many forms, be it software, delivery or simply the doors we open. Gemin-i
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  • 18.
    • Innovation is bold experimentation against a backdrop and goal of change, evolution and progress
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  • 19.
    • Innovation is using pre-existing or emergent ideas and technologies and using them in new and creative ways never used before
    • Leon Cych
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  • 20.
    • The creative process of transforming practices in communities of practice such that participants see those changes as a breakthrough
    • Alan McClusky
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  • 21. Innovations ³ 07794 327171
    • How do you know when this has been achieved?
    • How would you measure it?
      • (standard and non standard measures)
    • Use the opposite side of the cube – label it “2”
    • What does success look like?
    • Children asking more questions?
    • Learners utilising a wide range of sites of learning?
    • Standard measures? Attainment?
    • Measures of happiness?
  • 22.
    • Introducing outside-the-box thinking to inside-the-box people and organizations.
    • Doug Belshaw
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  • 23.
    •  
    • Innovation is driven by people and often happens at the boundaries between different disciplines
    • Innovation is a process, it's confusing to think of it as a thing 
    • If you want to learn about innovation, don't pick up a book with innovation in the title, read autobiographies
    • The quickest way to innovate is to bring innovative people into your organisation
    • JAB design
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  • 24.
    • Innovation is looking at the same thing in new ways
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  • 25.
    • By definition, life is change and change is constant. Innovation is about being the change rather than facing the change. Change is human nature, it is at the core of every person, without it we experience stagnation and complacency. To empower people to be innovative is a collective responsibility. Innovation and education should go hand in hand – it is the lifeblood of our children and the future of our world
    • humanutopia
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  • 26.
    • Universities Council for the Education of Teachers
    • http://www.ucet.ac.uk/
    • Paper provides an example of the innovations needed in response to the Every Child Matters agenda
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  • 27.
    • Tomorrow’s teachers will therefore inhabit and expect to flourish in a very different educational world.
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 28.
    • They will find themselves in schools in which the proportion of teaching support staff has markedly increased
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 29.
    • they will be professionally accountable for their contribution to improving the outcomes for children
    • they will require to display a deeper sensitivity and responsiveness to the well-being of learners
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 30.
    • they will work in schools which are designed to address a wider range of professional concerns than the school of yesteryear
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 31.
    • [they] will become gateways to a network of dispersed learning opportunities, and will draw on wider sources of expertise to support learning
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 32.
    • they will have a stronger involvement with parents and other community agencies than in the past
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 33.
    • they will be members of teams, in some cases in leadership roles, in others as partners, in addressing shared professional problems
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 34.
    • they will be expected to engage more frequently in discussions with others from different walks of professional life
    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers http://www.ucet.ac.uk/ 07794 327171
  • 35.
    • the effects of all these changes will be to reinforce the teachers’ fundamental and distinctive responsibility for exercising leadership in teaching and learning and maximising learning opportunities.
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  • 36. Innovations ³ 07794 327171
    • What would this look like in practice?
    • What changes to social practices would need to be made?
    • Use the another side of the cube – label it “3”
    • What changes are there to practice?
    • Enquiry based curriculum?
    • Online registration not based on one site?
    • New relationships? New organisations? New conversations?
    • Wider range of activities offered based on learner’s interests?
  • 37.
    • Teachers TV is innovative in two ways – it’s the largest-ever project to record and disseminate the teaching and learning in a nation’s schools, and all its programmes (approaching 2000 of them) are available for viewing on its website ( www.teachers.tv ), as well as on-air on digital satellite and cable TV. The marriage of high-quality television with advanced broadband delivery on this scale is, we believe, unique in the field of television, as well as in the field of education.
    • Teachers TV
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  • 38.
    • Change  that some people use and other people fear Andy Black
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  • 39.
    • seeing connections in things that already exist but in a novel way
    • Graham Brown-Martin
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  • 40.
    • Innovation is progress past perceived potential
    • Scott Monty
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  • 41. Putting the ideas into practice 07794 327171
  • 42. Putting the ideas into practice O'Sullivan, 2002
    • Poor goal definition
    • Poor monitoring of results (standard and non-standard)
    • Poor participation in teams
    • Poor alignment of actions to goals
    • Poor communication and access to information
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  • 43. Putting the ideas into practice Bates (2000)
    • Poor goal definition
    • Poor monitoring of results (standard and non-standard)
    • Poor participation in teams
    • Poor alignment of actions to goals
    • Poor communication and access to information
    • Teachers and peers
    • Teachers adapting to change
    • Teachers professional development
    • Teachers independence and influence
    • Time to understand
    • Time to personalise
    • Support network
    • Time to understand
    • Time to personalise
    • Enaction of innovation
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  • 44. Putting the ideas into practice
    • Poor goal definition
    • Poor monitoring of results (standard and non-standard)
    • Poor participation in teams
    • Poor alignment of actions to goals
    • Poor communication and access to information
    • Teachers and peers
    • Teachers professional development
    • Teachers independence and influence
    • Time to understand
    • Time to personalise
    • Support network
    • Time to understand
    • Time to personalise
    • Enaction of innovation
    • Confidence in new approach
    • ITT and CPD
    • Access to training
    • Management of tools
    • Time constraints
    • Understanding new approach
    • Understanding new approach
    • Confidence in new approach
    • Teachers adapting to change
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  • 45. Putting the ideas into practice
    • Poor goal definition
    • Poor monitoring of results (standard and non-standard)
    • Poor participation in teams
    • Poor alignment of actions to goals
    • Poor communication and access to information
    • Teachers and peers
    • Teachers professional development
    • Teachers independence and influence
    • Time to understand
    • Time to personalise
    • Support network
    • Time to understand
    • Time to personalise
    • Enaction of innovation
    • Confidence in new approach
    • ITT and CPD
    • Access to training
    • Management of tools
    • Time constraints
    • Understanding new approach
    • Understanding new approach
    • Assessment constraints
    • Curriculum constraints
    • Curriculum constraints
    • Confidence in new approach
    • Personal desire
    • Personal interests
    • Teachers adapting to change
    • Imposed practices
    • Separation of new practice with personal beliefs
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    • Inspection and review
    • Fear of unknown
    • Challenge to ‘power’
  • 46. Innovations ³ 07794 327171
    • What are the key resistances to your innovation?
    • Where are the ‘sites of struggle’?
    • Use another side of the cube – label it “4”
    • What are the key resistances to this change?
    • Changing relationships between learners and teachers?
    • Organisational structures?
    • Time?
    • Fear/risk of failure?
  • 47.
    • Innovation is the key criteria in deciding what programmes to commission and what new media projects to develop.  The innovation may be the idea, the technology, the format or the use of new talent - and often it means creating new partnerships to make new things happen.
    • We know we're there to stimulate debate not provide definitive answers - we're creating content to help people make up their own minds about an increasingly complex world. 
    • Channel 4
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  • 48.
    • Many times innovation is thought of something radical but innovation is a continuous process of improvement creating value and progress
    • Ideas march
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  • 49.
    • Doing something different but better
    • Cam Beck
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  • 50.
    • Innovation is ONLY defined by its realization - you know it when you see it. Outside of this it has no useful definition.
      • Ed Roberts
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  • 51. Reducing the resistances to change 07794 327171
  • 52. Reducing the resistances to change
    • Distributed leadership
    • Champion of innovation
    • Conversation
    • Tools and resources
    • Showcases
    • Communication
    • Networks of practice
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Risk management
    • Reprofessionalisation of teachers
    • Communication
    • Conversation
    • Conversation
    • Distributed leadership
    • Showcases
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Distributed leadership
    • Conversation
    • Networks of practice
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  • 53. Reducing the resistances to change
    • Distributed leadership
    • Champion of innovation
    • Conversation
    • Tools and resources
    • Showcases
    • Communication
    • Networks of practice
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Risk management
    • Reprofessionalisation of teachers
    • Communication
    • Conversation
    • Conversation
    • Distributed leadership
    • Showcases
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Distributed leadership
    • Conversation
    • Networks of practice
    07794 327171 Early sharing of the innovation and the reasons for innovation
  • 54. www.slideshare.net
    • Problem identification
    • Linking innovation to organisational goal
    • Connecting with new partners
    • Risk management
    • Reflection
    • Sharing leadership
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  • 55. Reducing the resistances to change
    • Distributed leadership
    • Champion of innovation
    • Conversation
    • Tools and resources
    • Showcases
    • Communication
    • Networks of practice
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Risk management
    • Reprofessionalisation of teachers
    • Communication
    • Conversation
    • Conversation
    • Distributed leadership
    • Showcases
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Distributed leadership
    • Conversation
    • Networks of practice
    07794 327171 Teacher learning and empowering teachers
  • 56.
    • Reprofessionalistation of teachers
      • (View of and view from teachers)
    • Teacher learning and CPD
    • Backing to take risks
    • Responsibility to take risks
    www.nextgenteachers.com Affinity diagrams www.yackpack.com 07794 327171
  • 57. Reducing the resistances to change
    • Distributed leadership
    • Champion of innovation
    • Conversation
    • Tools and resources
    • Showcases
    • Communication
    • Networks of practice
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Risk management
    • Reprofessionalisation of teachers
    • Communication
    • Conversation
    • Conversation
    • Distributed leadership
    • Showcases
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Distributed leadership
    • Conversation
    • Networks of practice
    07794 327171 Discussions with stakeholders
  • 58.
    • Tapping into cultural capital in, and out of schools
    • Sharing innovations and reasons for innovations
    • Connecting with new partners
    www.grupthink.com 07794 327171
  • 59. Reducing the resistances to change
    • Distributed leadership
    • Champion of innovation
    • Conversation
    • Tools and resources
    • Showcases
    • Communication
    • Networks of practice
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Risk management
    • Reprofessionalisation of teachers
    • Communication
    • Conversation
    • Conversation
    • Distributed leadership
    • Showcases
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Distributed leadership
    • Conversation
    • Networks of practice
    07794 327171 Sharing new approaches, showcasing tools and resources
  • 60.
    • Time to explore
    • Tools and approaches
    • Better ways of sharing ideas, approaches and tools
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  • 61. Reducing the resistances to change
    • Distributed leadership
    • Champion of innovation
    • Conversation
    • Tools and resources
    • Showcases
    • Communication
    • Networks of practice
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Risk management
    • Reprofessionalisation of teachers
    • Communication
    • Conversatio n
    • Conversation
    • Distributed leadership
    • Showcases
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Sharing innovation and early ideas
    • Distributed leadership
    • Conversation
    • Networks of practice
    07794 327171 Networks for conversations, challenges and partnerships
  • 62.
    • Linking with other communities
    • Sharing ideas and approaches
    • Sharing barriers and solutions
    • Creating new solutions
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  • 63. Innovations ³ 07794 327171
    • What is the key action to help reduce the resistance that you highlighted?
    • ‘Black box’ technology: what would it’s function be?
    • Use the last sides of the cube – label them “5” and “6”
    • What is the key action to reduce the resistances?
    • What ‘black box’ would you like to use to help you?
    • A tool to capture a whole class’ conversations?
    • Time for CPD and a responsibility to try new approaches?
    • A system for sharing practices more effectively?
    • Media coverage celebrating failure in the process of innovation?
  • 64.
    • For us and our students, innovation is a way of thinking. We encourage intuitive thought, without fear of risk, free and able to grasp what are we trying to achieve, and how best can we make it happen. Innovation is creation.
    • Speakeasy4schools
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  • 65.
    • Innovation is getting to the future, first.
    • Mico Coffey
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  • 66.
    • Innovation is measured by its distance from the familiar
    • Mike Arauz
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  • 67.
    • Innovation is what happens when people work in an environment where they are encouraged to look for opportunities, as well as solve problems
    • Anthony Goh
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  • 68. Manifesto
    • What barriers are there to new practices in your school/organisation?
    • What needs to happen in your school/organisation?
    • What needs to happen outside of it?
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  • 69.
    • Why Don’t You … ?Cube
      • Prize for images sent in showing the cube in your office, classroom, being used … or shown in a more creative way perhaps!
      • [email_address]
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