CHA+NGE
Finding the A+ in shifting educational paradigms
Stillness
Developed by Erik Erikson

Is stillness still possible?
“Sit still and be quiet!” (But I haven’t done that in years!)
Sherry Turkle analyzes Stillness
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pag...
I sentence you to 13 years…
Hey I have an idea! Let’s make
schools like this:
Divide kids up by their age
Give them only...
Problem-solving
Resource for Teaching in the Digital Age
http://www.boerneisd.net/uploaded/administration/facilities/Princ...
Popular communication for adolescents in
the 21st century
The Future
We can’t
hold them
back
anymore
Finale Quote
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  1. 1. CHA+NGE Finding the A+ in shifting educational paradigms
  2. 2. Stillness Developed by Erik Erikson Is stillness still possible?
  3. 3. “Sit still and be quiet!” (But I haven’t done that in years!) Sherry Turkle analyzes Stillness http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/digitalnation/learning/concentration/s aving-stillness.html?play
  4. 4. I sentence you to 13 years… Hey I have an idea! Let’s make schools like this: Divide kids up by their age Give them only a certain amount of time to learn multiple different subjects Lets signal that we are cutting them off with an obnoxious bell! We don’t want them to forget what we spend a whole 40 minutes going over, better give them some practice at home too! Oh, and no bathroom breaks either! Sit still, and be quiet! What do you mean you don’t know what you want to do with your life? What interests you?
  5. 5. Problem-solving Resource for Teaching in the Digital Age http://www.boerneisd.net/uploaded/administration/facilities/Principles_for_Schooling_%282%29.pdf
  6. 6. Popular communication for adolescents in the 21st century
  7. 7. The Future We can’t hold them back anymore
  8. 8. Finale Quote

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