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10 Technologies Changing10 Technologies Changing
Your WorldYour World
What Comes After What Comes Next?What Com...
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Dr. Howie DiBlasiDr. Howie DiBlasi
 Extensive experienceExtensive experience
 Education field, (20 years)Education...
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http://todaysmeet.com/istefuturehttp://todaysmeet.com/istefuture
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Conference Links:Conference Links:
www.drhowie.comwww.drhowie.com
The Science of DisneyThe Science of Disney
www.dis...
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Luca HarrisLuca Harris
4 yrs old4 yrs old
ABC’s
Counts to 20
Write his name
Colors and shapes
Types on a keyboard
Pl...
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10 Technologies10 Technologies
Changing Your WorldChanging Your World
What Comes After What Comes Next?What Com...
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Topics For Today:Topics For Today:
 Where we have beenWhere we have been
 Where we are todayWhere we are today
 T...
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Back to the Future !!!Back to the Future !!!
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Step back in timeStep back in time
and see the future.and see the future.
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What is the "NEXT BigWhat is the "NEXT Big
Thing“?Thing“?
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 New ideas that areNew ideas that are
just around thejust around the
corner…..corner…..
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howie@frontier.nethowie@frontier.net
www.drhowie.comwww.drhowie.com
Twitter: hdiblasiTwitter: hdiblasi
10 Technolog...
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 Ideas that could radicallyIdeas that could radically
change the world andchange the world and
impact the way that...
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Where we have been ?Where we have been ?
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Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator -- Concept video showingConcept video showing
off the applications behindoff...
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Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator ( 15 second delay at start)( 15 second delay at start)
Date on professor's c...
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Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator device from 1987device from 1987..
 26 years ago26 years ago

Apple predic...
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SiriSiri
 Sound familiar? It shouldSound familiar? It should

Similar toSimilar to SiriSiri
 Natural languageNat...
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10 Technologies Changing Your World10 Technologies Changing Your World
 Ubiquitous ComputingUbiquitous Computing
...
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Where are we today?Where are we today?
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 Mind controlled wheelchairMind controlled wheelchair
 Predicts what a person will do before they do itPredicts w...
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 Inkjet printer can now produce solarInkjet printer can now produce solar
cells (Oregon State Univ. researcherscel...
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The New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your WorldThe New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your World
Th...
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Low-Cost 3D Printer a Hit on KickstarterLow-Cost 3D Printer a Hit on Kickstarter
 One of the mainOne of the main
b...
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The newest in 3D printingThe newest in 3D printing
REF:9;49-a
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 Ideas that could radicallyIdeas that could radically
change the world andchange the world and
the way that educat...
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Cloud ComputingCloud Computing
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Examples of Cloud ComputingExamples of Cloud Computing
 Email on the goEmail on the go
 No need for local data st...
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Ubiquitous computingUbiquitous computing
 is a post-desktopis a post-desktop
model ofmodel of
human-computer inter...
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"using""using" ubiquitousubiquitous computingcomputing engages someengages some
computational devices and systems s...
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_gLVlYOl0whttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_gLVlYOl0w
 Information processing is in...
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Walt Disney World – MagicBandWalt Disney World – MagicBand
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Disney gets into wearable techDisney gets into wearable tech
with the MagicBandwith the MagicBand
 New service tha...
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Analytical UndiesAnalytical Undies
 Finnish company, Myontec, is marketingFinnish company, Myontec, is marketing
u...
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On-Line Learning/Open CoursewareOn-Line Learning/Open Courseware
 MITMIT OpenCourseWareOpenCourseWare
 Free Onlin...
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Three Places to Search for Free Online CoursesThree Places to Search for Free Online Courses
 Open CultureOpen Cul...
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30 Free Teacher PD Courses30 Free Teacher PD Courses
CourseraCoursera announcedannounced a new category of courses,...
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Machine IntelligenceMachine Intelligence
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2010 Horizon Report:2010 Horizon Report:
 In 4-5 yearsIn 4-5 years
 The kinesthetic nature ofThe kinesthetic natu...
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Gesture Based InputGesture Based Input
Gesture-based interaction: the future of input technology?
Will gesture-base...
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Hacking on the Frontier ofHacking on the Frontier of
GesturalGestural InputInput
 Microsoft : “We want people to g...
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AI robot: (AI robot: (Artificial intelligenceArtificial intelligence HowHow
machine intelligencemachine intelligenc...
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RobotsRobots
 Better Than Human: WhyBetter Than Human: Why Robots WillRobots Will
— And Must —— And Must — TakeTak...
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Cisco: The Zetaflood is commingCisco: The Zetaflood is comming
Why You Need to Know What a Zettabyte IsWhy You Need...
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ZettabyteZettabyte
(1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 bytes)(1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 bytes)
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If you stacked those 62.5 billion iPhones onIf you stacked those 62.5 billion iPhones on
top of one another, it wou...
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 Zettabytes!? You Won't Believe How MuchZettabytes!? You Won't Believe How Much
Data Can Be Stored at New NSA Faci...
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Innovations That Will Change YourInnovations That Will Change Your
TomorrowTomorrow
 http://www.nytimes.com/intera...
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Augmented Reality Eye-WearAugmented Reality Eye-Wear
 AR is the layering of further data on top of the realityAR i...
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TheThe first versions are in the hands of developersfirst versions are in the hands of developers
who went into awh...
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Google GlassGoogle Glass
Price: $1,500Price: $1,500
 The device that willThe device that will
make augmentedmake a...
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What does Google Glass do?What does Google Glass do?
 Say “take a picture” to take a picture.Say “take a picture” ...
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BaxterBaxter
Price:Price:
$22,000$22,000
 Baxter is a new breedBaxter is a new breed

 Brainchild of celebrityBr...
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The Rolling ArcadeThe Rolling Arcade
 Industrial designer JiangIndustrial designer Jiang
Qian has conceived of aQi...
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The Mind Reading Shopping CartThe Mind Reading Shopping Cart
 Chaotic Moon Labs-testing robotic shopping cartChaot...
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Volvo's electric roads conceptVolvo's electric roads concept
points to battery-free EV futurepoints to battery-free...
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Physicists at Wake Forest University havePhysicists at Wake Forest University have
developed a fabric that doubles ...
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Bug's eye camera and beeBug's eye camera and bee
Credit: University of Illinois and Beckman InstituteCredit: Univer...
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The camera assemblyThe camera assemblyCredit: University ofCredit: University of
Illinois and Beckman InstituteIlli...
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Real eye vs. camera eyeReal eye vs. camera eye
Credit: University of Illinois and Beckman InstituteCredit: Universi...
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Even MoreEven More
InIn
The Next 5-10The Next 5-10
yearsyears
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Space ElevatorsSpace Elevators
Space elevatorSpace elevator -- WikipediaWikipedia
, the free encyclopedia, the free encyclopedia
A space elevator is a pr...
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Dr. Anthony AtalaDr. Anthony Atala
 tissuetissue
regenerationregeneration
technologytechnology hehe
has been worki...
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Regenerative medicine is science based onRegenerative medicine is science based on
use of body's ability to heal it...
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Growing Human OrgansGrowing Human Organs
— Dr. Anthony Atala -TED Audience— Dr. Anthony Atala -TED Audience
 Antho...
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Atala says 3D printing technologyAtala says 3D printing technology
offers one way to create new organsoffers one wa...
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Growing Human OrgansGrowing Human Organs Dr. Anthony Atala -TED AudienceDr. Anthony Atala -TED Audience
by using ab...
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GM Hy-wireGM Hy-wire Hydrogen Concept -Hydrogen Concept -
Concept Cars - Motor TrendConcept Cars - Motor Trend
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How GMs Hy-wire WorksHow GMs Hy-wire Works
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GM Hy-wireGM Hy-wire - First Drive Review -- First Drive Review -
Car Reviews - Car and DriverCar Reviews - Car and...
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It has a hydrogen fuel cell stack,It has a hydrogen fuel cell stack,
which powers an electric motorwhich powers an ...
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Topics For Today:Topics For Today:
 Where we have beenWhere we have been
 Where we are todaythe “FutureWhere we a...
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““Jason Boher-HID Global “saidJason Boher-HID Global “said
 ““The tools have changed, as moreThe tools have change...
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Jobs Rated 2012:Jobs Rated 2012:
Ranking 200 Jobs From Best to WorstRanking 200 Jobs From Best to Worst
 1. Softwa...
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Computer and Information Technology-Computer and Information Technology- projected toprojected to
grow by 22 % from...
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The 20 Best Jobs in ITThe 20 Best Jobs in IT
 Computer Systems AnalystComputer Systems Analyst
 Database Administ...
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Best new jobs in AmericaBest new jobs in America
 Videogame DesignerVideogame Designer
 Video:Video:
Get paid to ...
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The 10 Best JobsThe 10 Best Jobs
 1. Registered Nurse1. Registered Nurse
 2. Software Developer2. Software Develo...
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Table 2. Occupations with the fastestTable 2. Occupations with the fastest
growth, projected 2010-20growth, project...
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Tech, math skills seep into “Blue-Collar” JobsTech, math skills seep into “Blue-Collar” Jobs
 ““ Factory, manufact...
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Occupations with the fastest growth,Occupations with the fastest growth,
projected 2012-2020*projected 2012-2020*
O...
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Topics For Today:Topics For Today:
 Where we have beenWhere we have been
 Where we are todayWhere we are today
 ...
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Public & Private Leaders Push forPublic & Private Leaders Push for
S.T.E.M Education IdeasS.T.E.M Education Ideas
...
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““Brookings Institution” study*Brookings Institution” study*
 ““ The jobs of todayThe jobs of today requirerequire...
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““The nation needs a push towardThe nation needs a push toward
science, technology, engineering andscience, technol...
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President Barack ObamaPresident Barack Obama

““One of the things that I’ve been focused on as President isOne of ...
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Developing theDeveloping the
Scientists of TomorrowScientists of Tomorrow
http://www.sri.com/newsroom/podcasts/dev...
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Topics For Today:Topics For Today:
 Where we have beenWhere we have been
 Where we are todayWhere we are today
 ...
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Our Schools Can Be CreationOur Schools Can Be Creation
Engines!Engines! by Leslie Wilsonby Leslie Wilson
 http://w...
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How Our Schools Can BeHow Our Schools Can Be
Creation EnginesCreation Engines
 1. ISTE NETS1. ISTE NETS
 2. Preap...
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I.S.T.E. N.E.T.SI.S.T.E. N.E.T.S
#M-33:32
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Transcendental ExpressTranscendental Express
““engage students in learningengage students in learning that isthat ...
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102-140http://www.kelvin.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?
Screen=PROD&Store_Code=K&Product_Code=840814
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Walt Disney World MonorailWalt Disney World Monorail
SystemSystem
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1. STUDENTS WHO ARE COLLEGE AND CAREER
READY IN READING, WRITING, SPEAKING, LISTENING,
AND LANGUAGE…
•Demonstrate ...
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PBLPBL
22ndnd
::
Start with 3-5 year oldsStart with 3-5 year olds
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33rdrd
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Connect PBL and STEM…Connect PBL and STEM…
Free Engaging Resources ToFree Engaging Resources To
Use In T...
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Strategies for Embedding Project-Strategies for Embedding Project-
Based Learning into STEM ...Based Learning into...
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http://21centuryedtech.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/connecting-pbl-and-stem-40-http://21centuryedtech.wordpress.com/20...
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http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=191052http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=191052
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STEM Resources to Inspire GirlsSTEM Resources to Inspire Girls
 Engineer GirlEngineer Girl
 National Academy of ...
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2013 TCEA Area 7 Technology Conference2013 TCEA Area 7 Technology Conference
 Getting Started with PBL-STEM-5Gett...
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www.disneyscience.comwww.disneyscience.com
5 EZ-STEM/PBL Projects To Get You Started
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4th
:
Institute a P.B.L / S.T.E.A.M.
Program/Class
 PLB-(Project Based LearningPLB-(Project Based Learning
 STEA...
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STEM - STEAMSTEM - STEAM
 Preparation of students in competenciesPreparation of students in competencies
& skills...
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F1 in Schools Global HomeF1 in Schools Global Home
http://www.f1inschools.com/http://www.f1inschools.com/
 34 cou...
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THE CHALLENGETHE CHALLENGE
 Work in teams of 3 – 6Work in teams of 3 – 6
 Students are assigned rolesStudents ar...
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Navigation:Navigation: DownloadsDownloads
The Story So Far PresentationThe Story So Far Presentation
http://www.f1...
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Dreaming UpDreaming Up
an Easy,an Easy,
Disney-Disney-
inspired PBLinspired PBL
and STEMand STEM
LessonsLessons
 ...
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PBL Eight Stages:PBL Eight Stages:
Essential PBL ElementsEssential PBL Elements
 Significant ContentSignificant C...
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Does the Project . . .?Does the Project . . .?
 FOCUS ON SIGNIFICANT CONTENTFOCUS ON SIGNIFICANT CONTENT
 DEVELO...
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Course SyllabusCourse Syllabus
 1: The People Behind1: The People Behind
The ParkThe Park
 2: Attractions --2: A...
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Interesting Disney PatentsInteresting Disney Patents
“Disney Patents a “Flying Entertainment Vehicle”“Disney Paten...
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Free e-BookFree e-Book
 Disney Stem/PBL Project bookDisney Stem/PBL Project book
 Until July 30Until July 30
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““Results That Matter”Results That Matter”
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Young man with aYoung man with a
voicevoice
Middle schoolerMiddle schooler
authors book onauthors book on
AmazonAm...
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LiquiGlideLiquiGlide
Price: 25¢ per bottlePrice: 25¢ per bottle
(estimated)(estimated)
 Five MIT students andFive...
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Enable Talk GlovesEnable Talk Gloves
Price: $75Price: $75
 Four Ukrainian studentsFour Ukrainian students
have cr...
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Bounce ImagingBounce Imaging
Price: $500 (estimated)Price: $500 (estimated)
 MIT student and an ArmyMIT student a...
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Now, reflect on your classrooms…Now, reflect on your classrooms…
 What are you doing that isWhat are you doing th...
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3 Schools that “Get It”3 Schools that “Get It”
 SLASLA Science Leadership AcademyScience Leadership Academy
clehm...
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Top Stories- Manor New Tech HighTop Stories- Manor New Tech High
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Luca HarrisLuca Harris
4 yrs old4 yrs old
ABC’s
Counts to 20
Write his name
Colors and shapes
Types on a keyboard
...
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3 kinds3 kinds of peopleof people
 1. Visitors1. Visitors
 2. Renters2. Renters
 3. Owners3. Owners
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3. Owners3. Owners
 I may be only oneI may be only one
person...BUT I can beperson...BUT I can be
one person who ...
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  1. 1. 11-117-117 10 Technologies Changing10 Technologies Changing Your WorldYour World What Comes After What Comes Next?What Comes After What Comes Next? Dr. Howie DiBlasi , C.I.O (Retired) “Emerging Technologies Evangelist”
  2. 2. 2-140 Dr. Howie DiBlasiDr. Howie DiBlasi  Extensive experienceExtensive experience  Education field, (20 years)Education field, (20 years)  Business leader, (10 years)Business leader, (10 years)  C.I.O. (14 years)C.I.O. (14 years)  ““Vocational Teacher of the Year” forVocational Teacher of the Year” for the State of Arizonathe State of Arizona  ““Top Secondary Leaders in America”Top Secondary Leaders in America”   "Pinnacle Award" for outstanding"Pinnacle Award" for outstanding Professional Development ProgramsProfessional Development Programs  I.S.T.E. as the “Best of the Best” forI.S.T.E. as the “Best of the Best” for outstanding Professional Developmentoutstanding Professional Development Programs for 2011Programs for 2011
  3. 3. 3-140 http://todaysmeet.com/istefuturehttp://todaysmeet.com/istefuture
  4. 4. 4-140 Conference Links:Conference Links: www.drhowie.comwww.drhowie.com The Science of DisneyThe Science of Disney www.disneyscience.comwww.disneyscience.com Twitter: hdiblasiTwitter: hdiblasi e-mail:e-mail: howie@frontier.nethowie@frontier.net
  5. 5. 5-140 Luca HarrisLuca Harris 4 yrs old4 yrs old ABC’s Counts to 20 Write his name Colors and shapes Types on a keyboard Plays MineCraft Downloads files Searches YouTube Videos Uses 5 commands on a Smart phone Know his address and phone number Teaches his mom how to take photos on the iPad Teachers Dad how to do 5 special effects on photos Carries his Art Sketchbook with him everywhere Is your school ready for Luca?
  6. 6. 66-117-117 10 Technologies10 Technologies Changing Your WorldChanging Your World What Comes After What Comes Next?What Comes After What Comes Next?
  7. 7. 7-140 Topics For Today:Topics For Today:  Where we have beenWhere we have been  Where we are todayWhere we are today  The Next 5 yearsThe Next 5 years  Impact on “Education” ( Jobs )Impact on “Education” ( Jobs )  Preparing Our Students For The FuturePreparing Our Students For The Future  How Our Schools Can Be Creation EnginesHow Our Schools Can Be Creation Engines  What’s In It For YOU !What’s In It For YOU !
  8. 8. 88-117-117 Back to the Future !!!Back to the Future !!!
  9. 9. 99-117-117 Step back in timeStep back in time and see the future.and see the future.
  10. 10. 1010-117-117 What is the "NEXT BigWhat is the "NEXT Big Thing“?Thing“?
  11. 11. 11-140  New ideas that areNew ideas that are just around thejust around the corner…..corner…..
  12. 12. 12-140
  13. 13. 13-140M-2;31
  14. 14. 14-140 howie@frontier.nethowie@frontier.net www.drhowie.comwww.drhowie.com Twitter: hdiblasiTwitter: hdiblasi 10 Technologies Changing Your World10 Technologies Changing Your World Dr. Howie DiBlasi C.I.O (Retired) Certified Professional Imagineer
  15. 15. 15-140  Ideas that could radicallyIdeas that could radically change the world andchange the world and impact the way thatimpact the way that education operates.education operates.
  16. 16. 16-140
  17. 17. 17-140 Where we have been ?Where we have been ?
  18. 18. 18-140 Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator -- Concept video showingConcept video showing off the applications behindoff the applications behind Apple's "Futureshock" KnowledgeApple's "Futureshock" Knowledge NavigatorNavigator concept device fromconcept device from 19871987..  Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator  http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5144094928842683632http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5144094928842683632  YouTube VersionYouTube Version  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_a0t2Eb7YJkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_a0t2Eb7YJk •NEW thing I learned today !!!
  19. 19. 19-140 Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator ( 15 second delay at start)( 15 second delay at start) Date on professor's calendar isDate on professor's calendar is September 16, 2011September 16, 2011 and he's looking for aand he's looking for a paperpaper written "about fivewritten "about five years ago.“years ago.“ (2006)(2006) Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator conceptconcept device fromdevice from 19871987..
  20. 20. 20-140 Knowledge NavigatorKnowledge Navigator device from 1987device from 1987..  26 years ago26 years ago  Apple predicted a complexApple predicted a complex natural-natural- language voice assistantlanguage voice assistant  Built into aBuilt into a touchscreentouchscreen  Apple device-wasApple device-was less than a month offless than a month off  Apple to Introduce NewApple to Introduce New iPhone-Oct. 4 ,2011iPhone-Oct. 4 ,2011 BloombergBloomberg - 6:49- 6:49
  21. 21. 21-140 SiriSiri  Sound familiar? It shouldSound familiar? It should  Similar toSimilar to SiriSiri  Natural languageNatural language personal assistantpersonal assistant  Apple introduced at itsApple introduced at its iPhone 4S eventiPhone 4S event  Not only is Knowledge Navigator like SiriNot only is Knowledge Navigator like Siri  Scenario in the concept video also takesScenario in the concept video also takes place in September 2011.place in September 2011.
  22. 22. 22-140 10 Technologies Changing Your World10 Technologies Changing Your World  Ubiquitous ComputingUbiquitous Computing  Augmented RealityAugmented Reality  3D Printing3D Printing  RobotsRobots  Cloud ComputingCloud Computing  On-Line Learning/Open CoursewareOn-Line Learning/Open Courseware  Distance learningDistance learning  Mobile DevicesMobile Devices  Interactive contentInteractive content  Educational Game-Based LearningEducational Game-Based Learning  Gesture Based InputGesture Based Input
  23. 23. 23-140 Where are we today?Where are we today?
  24. 24. 24-140  Mind controlled wheelchairMind controlled wheelchair  Predicts what a person will do before they do itPredicts what a person will do before they do it  Artificial brain implants by 2030Artificial brain implants by 2030
  25. 25. 25-140  Inkjet printer can now produce solarInkjet printer can now produce solar cells (Oregon State Univ. researcherscells (Oregon State Univ. researchers
  26. 26. 26-140
  27. 27. 27-140 The New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your WorldThe New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your World The New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your WorldThe New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your World
  28. 28. 28-140
  29. 29. 29-140 Low-Cost 3D Printer a Hit on KickstarterLow-Cost 3D Printer a Hit on Kickstarter  One of the mainOne of the main barriers stopping 3Dbarriers stopping 3D printers from gainingprinters from gaining widespread appeal iswidespread appeal is the massive price tag.the massive price tag.  Most 3D printersMost 3D printers cost $3000-cost $3000- $7000$7000  The Buccaneer is anThe Buccaneer is an inexpensive,inexpensive, attractive 3D printerattractive 3D printer designed fordesigned for anybodyanybody $397$397
  30. 30. 30-140 The newest in 3D printingThe newest in 3D printing REF:9;49-a
  31. 31. 31-140  Ideas that could radicallyIdeas that could radically change the world andchange the world and the way that educationthe way that education operates.operates.
  32. 32. 32-140 Cloud ComputingCloud Computing
  33. 33. 33-140 Examples of Cloud ComputingExamples of Cloud Computing  Email on the goEmail on the go  No need for local data storageNo need for local data storage  Are you a collaborator?Are you a collaborator?  Working in a virtual officeWorking in a virtual office  Need extra processing power?Need extra processing power?
  34. 34. 34-140 Ubiquitous computingUbiquitous computing  is a post-desktopis a post-desktop model ofmodel of human-computer interactionhuman-computer interaction in whichin which informationinformation processing hasprocessing has been thoroughlybeen thoroughly integrated intointegrated into everyday objectseveryday objects and activities.and activities.
  35. 35. 35-140 "using""using" ubiquitousubiquitous computingcomputing engages someengages some computational devices and systems simultaneouslycomputational devices and systems simultaneously,, and may not necessarilyand may not necessarily even be awareeven be aware that they arethat they are doing sodoing so
  36. 36. 36-140 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_gLVlYOl0whttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_gLVlYOl0w  Information processing is integrated into everyday objects andInformation processing is integrated into everyday objects and activities that information devices (e.g. smartphone) areactivities that information devices (e.g. smartphone) are connected to information systemconnected to information system
  37. 37. 37-140 Walt Disney World – MagicBandWalt Disney World – MagicBand
  38. 38. 38-140 Disney gets into wearable techDisney gets into wearable tech with the MagicBandwith the MagicBand  New service that allows theme park visitors toNew service that allows theme park visitors to makemake purchases and reserve experiencespurchases and reserve experiences  Preventing ticket fraud or lost tickets.Preventing ticket fraud or lost tickets.  Pay for items-tapping them on aPay for items-tapping them on a payment padpayment pad  You canYou can disconnectdisconnect your band from youryour band from your account remotelyaccount remotely  PrincessPrincess knows the kid’s name is Suzy..theknows the kid’s name is Suzy..the experience becomes more personalizedexperience becomes more personalized  It knows that it’sIt knows that it’s your kids birthday-customizeyour kids birthday-customize the ride for themthe ride for them  You canYou can choosechoose what rides you want to go onwhat rides you want to go on  Which ones to getWhich ones to get FASTPASSESFASTPASSES forfor  WhatWhat restaurantsrestaurants you wish to dine atyou wish to dine at
  39. 39. 39-140 Analytical UndiesAnalytical Undies  Finnish company, Myontec, is marketingFinnish company, Myontec, is marketing underwear embedded withunderwear embedded with electromyographic sensorselectromyographic sensors  Sends that data to a computer for analysisSends that data to a computer for analysis
  40. 40. 40-140 On-Line Learning/Open CoursewareOn-Line Learning/Open Courseware  MITMIT OpenCourseWareOpenCourseWare  Free Online Course MaterialsFree Online Course Materials  TheThe OpenCourseWareOpenCourseWare ConsortiumConsortium  OpenCourseWareOpenCourseWare Finder -Finder - OpenContentOpenContent
  41. 41. 41-140 Three Places to Search for Free Online CoursesThree Places to Search for Free Online Courses  Open CultureOpen Culture, has a list of, has a list of more than 700 free online coursesmore than 700 free online courses  RedHoopRedHoop is a search engine foris a search engine for online coursesonline courses  SkilledUpSkilledUp, is a search engine for, is a search engine for online courses.online courses.
  42. 42. 42-140 30 Free Teacher PD Courses30 Free Teacher PD Courses CourseraCoursera announcedannounced a new category of courses,a new category of courses, Teacher Professional DevelopmentTeacher Professional Development  Johns Hopkins UniversityJohns Hopkins University  Engaging Students through Cooperative LearninEngaging Students through Cooperative Learnin  Commonwealth Education TrustCommonwealth Education Trust  Foundations of Teaching for Learning 1: IntroduFoundations of Teaching for Learning 1: Introdu  New Teacher CenterNew Teacher Center  First Year Teaching (Elementary Grades) - SuccFirst Year Teaching (Elementary Grades) - Succ  X:-14;49T
  43. 43. 43-140 Machine IntelligenceMachine Intelligence
  44. 44. 44-140 2010 Horizon Report:2010 Horizon Report:  In 4-5 yearsIn 4-5 years  The kinesthetic nature ofThe kinesthetic nature of gesture-based computinggesture-based computing will very likelywill very likely lead tolead to new kinds ofnew kinds of teaching orteaching or trainingtraining simulationssimulations that look, feel, andthat look, feel, and operate almostoperate almost exactly like their real-exactly like their real- world counterpartsworld counterparts
  45. 45. 45-140 Gesture Based InputGesture Based Input Gesture-based interaction: the future of input technology? Will gesture-based input end the era of the touchscreen? |
  46. 46. 46-140 Hacking on the Frontier ofHacking on the Frontier of GesturalGestural InputInput  Microsoft : “We want people to go far andMicrosoft : “We want people to go far and wide and do whatever they can with it.”wide and do whatever they can with it.” http://www.kinecthacks.com/ Artec Studio launches $1000 Kinect Contest Skeletal hand and finger tracking in full 3D Guides: http://www.kinecthacks.com/guides/
  47. 47. 47-140 AI robot: (AI robot: (Artificial intelligenceArtificial intelligence HowHow machine intelligencemachine intelligence is evolving |is evolving | www.guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.uk
  48. 48. 48-140 RobotsRobots  Better Than Human: WhyBetter Than Human: Why Robots WillRobots Will — And Must —— And Must — TakeTake OurOur JobsJobs  Will robotsWill robots steal yoursteal your jobjob ? If you're highly educated, you should s? If you're highly educated, you should s  NineNine jobsjobs that humans may lose tothat humans may lose to robotsrobots - Business - Careers .- Business - Careers . #3:24/Z-19:55
  49. 49. 49-140 Cisco: The Zetaflood is commingCisco: The Zetaflood is comming Why You Need to Know What a Zettabyte IsWhy You Need to Know What a Zettabyte Is  [INFOGRAPHIC][INFOGRAPHIC] The Next 5 yearsThe Next 5 years
  50. 50. 50-140
  51. 51. 51-140 ZettabyteZettabyte (1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 bytes)(1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 bytes)
  52. 52. 52-140
  53. 53. 53-140 If you stacked those 62.5 billion iPhones onIf you stacked those 62.5 billion iPhones on top of one another, it would go past thetop of one another, it would go past the moon!moon!
  54. 54. 54-140  Zettabytes!? You Won't Believe How MuchZettabytes!? You Won't Believe How Much Data Can Be Stored at New NSA FacilityData Can Be Stored at New NSA Facility 
  55. 55. 55-140 Innovations That Will Change YourInnovations That Will Change Your TomorrowTomorrow  http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2012/06/03/magazine/innovations-issue.htmlhttp://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2012/06/03/magazine/innovations-issue.html
  56. 56. 56-140 Augmented Reality Eye-WearAugmented Reality Eye-Wear  AR is the layering of further data on top of the realityAR is the layering of further data on top of the reality we already see.we already see.  Having data sent straight to theirHaving data sent straight to their AR contactAR contact lenseslenses, the, the educational implicationseducational implications for thisfor this technology are hugetechnology are huge
  57. 57. 57-140 TheThe first versions are in the hands of developersfirst versions are in the hands of developers who went into awho went into a lottery to fork out $1,500lottery to fork out $1,500 for theirfor their own pair of spectacles.own pair of spectacles.
  58. 58. 58-140 Google GlassGoogle Glass Price: $1,500Price: $1,500  The device that willThe device that will make augmentedmake augmented reality part of our dailyreality part of our daily lives.lives.  Available to buyAvailable to buy Google Glass by 2014.Google Glass by 2014.  Read more:Read more: http://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGY4u3ughttp://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGY4u3ug
  59. 59. 59-140 What does Google Glass do?What does Google Glass do?  Say “take a picture” to take a picture.Say “take a picture” to take a picture.  Record what you see. Hands-free.Record what you see. Hands-free.  Even share what you see. Live. DirectionsEven share what you see. Live. Directions right in front of you.right in front of you.  Speak to send a message.Speak to send a message.  Ask whatever’s on your mind.Ask whatever’s on your mind.  Translate your voice.Translate your voice.  Answers without having to ask.Answers without having to ask.  Charcoal, Tangerine, Shale, Cotton, Sky.Charcoal, Tangerine, Shale, Cotton, Sky.
  60. 60. 60-140 BaxterBaxter Price:Price: $22,000$22,000  Baxter is a new breedBaxter is a new breed   Brainchild of celebrityBrainchild of celebrity roboticist Rodneyroboticist Rodney BrooksBrooks  Built forBuilt for lightlight repetitive tasks likerepetitive tasks like packing and sortingpacking and sorting..  Read more:Read more: http://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGZHhttp://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGZH
  61. 61. 61-140 The Rolling ArcadeThe Rolling Arcade  Industrial designer JiangIndustrial designer Jiang Qian has conceived of aQian has conceived of a subway strap that’s also asubway strap that’s also a video game.video game.  You control movement byYou control movement by twisting the handle fromtwisting the handle from side to side.side to side.  Strap Game (that’s theStrap Game (that’s the official name) will alert youofficial name) will alert you when your stop iswhen your stop is approaching.approaching.  Jenna WorthamJenna Wortham
  62. 62. 62-140 The Mind Reading Shopping CartThe Mind Reading Shopping Cart  Chaotic Moon Labs-testing robotic shopping cartChaotic Moon Labs-testing robotic shopping cart  It acts like a mind-reading butler.It acts like a mind-reading butler.  Text message-to the cart’s built-in computer.Text message-to the cart’s built-in computer.  Knows who you are & what you need for dinner.Knows who you are & what you need for dinner.  CartCart uses Microsoft’s Kinect motion-sensoruses Microsoft’s Kinect motion-sensor technology totechnology to track-follow you through the storetrack-follow you through the store  Pointing you — in a synthy voice— toward productsPointing you — in a synthy voice— toward products  SystemSystem warns you if you’ve added something that violateswarns you if you’ve added something that violates your dietary restrictions.your dietary restrictions.  Still a prototype-it does have one main advantage.Still a prototype-it does have one main advantage.  Items you add -automaticallyItems you add -automatically scanned-finalize your purchasescanned-finalize your purchase from the device, skipping the checkout line entirely.from the device, skipping the checkout line entirely.  Farhad ManjooFarhad Manjoo
  63. 63. 63-140 Volvo's electric roads conceptVolvo's electric roads concept points to battery-free EV futurepoints to battery-free EV future
  64. 64. 64-140 Physicists at Wake Forest University havePhysicists at Wake Forest University have developed a fabric that doubles as a spare outlet.developed a fabric that doubles as a spare outlet.  When used to line your shirt — orWhen used to line your shirt — or even your pillowcase or office chaireven your pillowcase or office chair —— it converts subtleit converts subtle differences in temperaturedifferences in temperature across the span of the clothingacross the span of the clothing into electricity.into electricity.  Because the different parts of yourBecause the different parts of your shirt can vary by about 10 degrees,shirt can vary by about 10 degrees, you couldyou could power up your MP3power up your MP3 playerplayer just by sitting still. According tojust by sitting still. According to the fabric’s creator, David Carroll, athe fabric’s creator, David Carroll, a cellphone case lined with the materialcellphone case lined with the material could boost the phone’s battery chargecould boost the phone’s battery charge by 10 to 15 percent over eight hours,by 10 to 15 percent over eight hours, using the heat absorbed from your pantsusing the heat absorbed from your pants pocket.pocket.  Richard MorganRichard Morgan 2 Years Away
  65. 65. 65-140 Bug's eye camera and beeBug's eye camera and bee Credit: University of Illinois and Beckman InstituteCredit: University of Illinois and Beckman Institute A new digital camera developed by scientists takesA new digital camera developed by scientists takes its inspiration from the compound eyes of insects.its inspiration from the compound eyes of insects.
  66. 66. 66-140 The camera assemblyThe camera assemblyCredit: University ofCredit: University of Illinois and Beckman InstituteIllinois and Beckman Institute
  67. 67. 67-140 Real eye vs. camera eyeReal eye vs. camera eye Credit: University of Illinois and Beckman InstituteCredit: University of Illinois and Beckman Institute
  68. 68. 68-140 Even MoreEven More InIn The Next 5-10The Next 5-10 yearsyears
  69. 69. 69-140 Space ElevatorsSpace Elevators
  70. 70. Space elevatorSpace elevator -- WikipediaWikipedia , the free encyclopedia, the free encyclopedia A space elevator is a proposed type of space transportation system. The surface and component is a ribbon-like cable (carbonanotube or boron nitride nanotube)  Lunar space elevator - Space elevator constructionLunar space elevator - Space elevator construction
  71. 71. 71-140 Dr. Anthony AtalaDr. Anthony Atala  tissuetissue regenerationregeneration technologytechnology hehe has been workinghas been working on foron for 20 years20 years
  72. 72. 72-140 Regenerative medicine is science based onRegenerative medicine is science based on use of body's ability to heal itselfuse of body's ability to heal itself  ““90%90% of theof the patients on thepatients on the transplant list aretransplant list are actuallyactually waiting forwaiting for a kidneya kidney..
  73. 73. 73-140 Growing Human OrgansGrowing Human Organs — Dr. Anthony Atala -TED Audience— Dr. Anthony Atala -TED Audience  Anthony AtalaAnthony Atala says progresssays progress is being madeis being made in growingin growing organs for useorgans for use in transplantsin transplants
  74. 74. 74-140 Atala says 3D printing technologyAtala says 3D printing technology offers one way to create new organsoffers one way to create new organs
  75. 75. 75-140 Growing Human OrgansGrowing Human Organs Dr. Anthony Atala -TED AudienceDr. Anthony Atala -TED Audience by using aby using a 3D printer3D printer to generate a kidneyto generate a kidney on stage.on stage.  Dr. AnthonyDr. Anthony AtalaAtala: Growing new organs Video on: Growing new organs Video on TEDTED.com.com http://www.ted.com/talks/anthony_atala_printing_a_humanhttp://www.ted.com/talks/anthony_atala_printing_a_human _kidney.html_kidney.html
  76. 76. 76-140 GM Hy-wireGM Hy-wire Hydrogen Concept -Hydrogen Concept - Concept Cars - Motor TrendConcept Cars - Motor Trend
  77. 77. 77-140 How GMs Hy-wire WorksHow GMs Hy-wire Works
  78. 78. 78-140 GM Hy-wireGM Hy-wire - First Drive Review -- First Drive Review - Car Reviews - Car and DriverCar Reviews - Car and Driver
  79. 79. 79-140 It has a hydrogen fuel cell stack,It has a hydrogen fuel cell stack, which powers an electric motorwhich powers an electric motor connected to the wheels.connected to the wheels.
  80. 80. 80-140 Topics For Today:Topics For Today:  Where we have beenWhere we have been  Where we are todaythe “FutureWhere we are todaythe “Future  The Next 5 yearsThe Next 5 years  Impact on “Education” (Jobs)Impact on “Education” (Jobs)  Preparing Our Students For The FuturePreparing Our Students For The Future  How Our Schools Can Be Creation EnginesHow Our Schools Can Be Creation Engines  What’s In It For YOU !What’s In It For YOU !
  81. 81. 81-140 ““Jason Boher-HID Global “saidJason Boher-HID Global “said  ““The tools have changed, as moreThe tools have changed, as more information technology infrastructureinformation technology infrastructure isis integrated into manufacturing.integrated into manufacturing.  Some of the applications you mightSome of the applications you might run on the factory floor haverun on the factory floor have definitelydefinitely increased in scope andincreased in scope and complexitycomplexity over the years.”over the years.”
  82. 82. 82-140 Jobs Rated 2012:Jobs Rated 2012: Ranking 200 Jobs From Best to WorstRanking 200 Jobs From Best to Worst  1. Software Engineer1. Software Engineer  Researches, designs, develops andResearches, designs, develops and maintains software systems along withmaintains software systems along with hardware development for medical,hardware development for medical, scientific, and industrial purposes.scientific, and industrial purposes.  Income: $88,142.00Income: $88,142.00  http://www.careercast.com/jobs-rated/2012-ranking-200-jobs-best-worsthttp://www.careercast.com/jobs-rated/2012-ranking-200-jobs-best-worst
  83. 83. 83-140 Computer and Information Technology-Computer and Information Technology- projected toprojected to grow by 22 % from 2012 to 2020.grow by 22 % from 2012 to 2020.  Develop software, increaseDevelop software, increase cybersecurity, and update existingcybersecurity, and update existing network infrastructure.network infrastructure.
  84. 84. 84-140 The 20 Best Jobs in ITThe 20 Best Jobs in IT  Computer Systems AnalystComputer Systems Analyst  Database AdministratorDatabase Administrator  Software DeveloperSoftware Developer  Web DeveloperWeb Developer  Computer ProgrammerComputer Programmer  Videogame designerVideogame designer  IT ManagerIT Manager
  85. 85. 85-140 Best new jobs in AmericaBest new jobs in America  Videogame DesignerVideogame Designer  Video:Video: Get paid to play video gamesGet paid to play video games  10-year job growth:10-year job growth: 32.4%32.4%  Median pay:Median pay: $52,200$52,200
  86. 86. 86-140 The 10 Best JobsThe 10 Best Jobs  1. Registered Nurse1. Registered Nurse  2. Software Developer2. Software Developer  3. Pharmacist3. Pharmacist  4. Medical Assistant4. Medical Assistant  5. Database5. Database AdministratorAdministrator  6. Web Developer6. Web Developer  7. Computer7. Computer Systems AnalystSystems Analyst  8. Physical8. Physical TherapistTherapist  9. Computer9. Computer ProgrammerProgrammer  10. Occupational10. Occupational TherapistTherapist Link: http://money.usnews.com/money/careehttp://money.usnews.com/money/caree
  87. 87. 87-140 Table 2. Occupations with the fastestTable 2. Occupations with the fastest growth, projected 2010-20growth, projected 2010-20  VeterinaryVeterinary Technologists andTechnologists and TechniciansTechnicians  Associate's degreeAssociate's degree
  88. 88. 88-140 Tech, math skills seep into “Blue-Collar” JobsTech, math skills seep into “Blue-Collar” Jobs  ““ Factory, manufacturing workFactory, manufacturing work has shifted gears tohas shifted gears to requirerequire workers with computer skills andworkers with computer skills and technical knowledgetechnical knowledge” *” *  *“US News & World”-May-2013*“US News & World”-May-2013
  89. 89. 89-140 Occupations with the fastest growth,Occupations with the fastest growth, projected 2012-2020*projected 2012-2020* OccupationOccupation %% ChangeChange WagesWages ( 2010( 2010 medianmedian Entry-levelEntry-level EducationEducation Biomedical EngineersBiomedical Engineers 6262 81,54081,540 Bachelor's degreeBachelor's degree Helpers--Brickmasons,Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons,Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile andStonemasons, and Tile and Marble SettersMarble Setters 6060 27,78027,780 Veterinary TechnologistsVeterinary Technologists and Techniciansand Technicians 5252 29,71029,710 Associate'sAssociate's degreedegree Diagnostic MedicalDiagnostic Medical SonographersSonographers 4343 51,01051,010 Associate'sAssociate's degreedegree *http://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2012/01/art5full.pdf
  90. 90. 90-140 Topics For Today:Topics For Today:  Where we have beenWhere we have been  Where we are todayWhere we are today  The Next 5 yearsThe Next 5 years  Impact on EducationImpact on Education  Preparing Our Students For The FuturePreparing Our Students For The Future  How Our Schools Can Be Creation EnginesHow Our Schools Can Be Creation Engines  What’s In It For YOU !What’s In It For YOU ! C-#-BZ-28:31
  91. 91. 91-140 Public & Private Leaders Push forPublic & Private Leaders Push for S.T.E.M Education IdeasS.T.E.M Education Ideas  Knowledge and Skills for the Jobs of theKnowledge and Skills for the Jobs of the FutureFuture
  92. 92. 92-140 ““Brookings Institution” study*Brookings Institution” study*  ““ The jobs of todayThe jobs of today requirerequire proficiency in science, technology,proficiency in science, technology, engineering and mathengineering and math (S.T.E.M.),(S.T.E.M.), is much larger than previouslyis much larger than previously considered.considered. * http://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/blog/2013/06/the-impact-of- stem-jobs-in-louisville.html
  93. 93. 93-140 ““The nation needs a push towardThe nation needs a push toward science, technology, engineering andscience, technology, engineering and math education similar to the push tomath education similar to the push to win the space race in the 1960s.”win the space race in the 1960s.”  Message echoed by many —Message echoed by many — from business leaders andfrom business leaders and teachers to an ex-astronaut andteachers to an ex-astronaut and a former secretary of educationa former secretary of education — at the— at the U.S. News STEMU.S. News STEM Solutions conference in Austin.Solutions conference in Austin.
  94. 94. 94-140 President Barack ObamaPresident Barack Obama  ““One of the things that I’ve been focused on as President isOne of the things that I’ve been focused on as President is how we create an all-hands-on-how we create an all-hands-on- deck approach to science,deck approach to science, technology, engineering, andtechnology, engineering, and mathmath…*…*  We need toWe need to make this a priority to train anmake this a priority to train an army of new teachersarmy of new teachers in these subject areas, and toin these subject areas, and to make sure that all of us as a country are lifting up thesemake sure that all of us as a country are lifting up these subjects for the respect that they deserve.”subjects for the respect that they deserve.”  *Third Annual White House Science Fair, April 2013*Third Annual White House Science Fair, April 2013
  95. 95. 95-140 Developing theDeveloping the Scientists of TomorrowScientists of Tomorrow http://www.sri.com/newsroom/podcasts/developing-scientists-tomorrowhttp://www.sri.com/newsroom/podcasts/developing-scientists-tomorrow  What needs to happen to reverse theWhat needs to happen to reverse the decline of science teachingdecline of science teaching inin American schools and how toAmerican schools and how to engageengage students in learningstudents in learning that is boththat is both rigorous and inspiring.rigorous and inspiring.  How do we provide nurturing for aHow do we provide nurturing for a new generation of innovators?new generation of innovators?
  96. 96. 96-140 Topics For Today:Topics For Today:  Where we have beenWhere we have been  Where we are todayWhere we are today  The Next 5 yearsThe Next 5 years  Impact on EducationImpact on Education  Preparing Our Students For The FuturePreparing Our Students For The Future  How Our Schools Can Be Creation EnginesHow Our Schools Can Be Creation Engines  What’s In It For YOU !What’s In It For YOU ! C-$#-BZ-28:31
  97. 97. 97-140 Our Schools Can Be CreationOur Schools Can Be Creation Engines!Engines! by Leslie Wilsonby Leslie Wilson  http://www.nhttp://www.n alleeallee
  98. 98. 98-140 How Our Schools Can BeHow Our Schools Can Be Creation EnginesCreation Engines  1. ISTE NETS1. ISTE NETS  2. Preapre for STEM/STEAM2. Preapre for STEM/STEAM  3. Prepare for PBL3. Prepare for PBL  4.4. Institute a P.B.L/STEM Program/Class  5. Connect PBL and STEM…..5. Connect PBL and STEM…..
  99. 99. 99-140 I.S.T.E. N.E.T.SI.S.T.E. N.E.T.S #M-33:32
  100. 100. 100-140 Transcendental ExpressTranscendental Express ““engage students in learningengage students in learning that isthat is bothboth rigorous and inspiring.”rigorous and inspiring.”
  101. 101. 101-140
  102. 102. 102-140http://www.kelvin.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv? Screen=PROD&Store_Code=K&Product_Code=840814
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  104. 104. 104-140 Walt Disney World MonorailWalt Disney World Monorail SystemSystem
  105. 105. 105-140 1. STUDENTS WHO ARE COLLEGE AND CAREER READY IN READING, WRITING, SPEAKING, LISTENING, AND LANGUAGE… •Demonstrate independence. •Build strong content knowledge. •Respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. •Comprehend as well as critique. •Value evidence. •Use technology and digital media strategically and capably. •Come to understand other perspectives and cultures. •http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards
  106. 106. 106-140 PBLPBL 22ndnd :: Start with 3-5 year oldsStart with 3-5 year olds
  107. 107. 107-140 33rdrd :: Connect PBL and STEM…Connect PBL and STEM… Free Engaging Resources ToFree Engaging Resources To Use In The ClassroomUse In The Classroom  Thanks to Kyle Pace – Michael GormanThanks to Kyle Pace – Michael Gorman  - Steven Anderson for resources- Steven Anderson for resources
  108. 108. 108-140 Strategies for Embedding Project-Strategies for Embedding Project- Based Learning into STEM ...Based Learning into STEM ...  STEM and PBLSTEM and PBL | Project Based Learning | BIE| Project Based Learning | BIE  ConnectingConnecting PBLPBL andand STEM 4STEM 40 Free Engaging0 Free Engaging Resources To UseResources To Use  STEM project based learningSTEM project based learning activities -activities - NSTA Learning CenterNSTA Learning Center  PBLPBL AssociatesAssociates -- STEMSTEM Education andEducation and Project Based LearningProject Based Learning  IntegratedIntegrated STEMSTEM Education throughEducation through Project-BasedProject-Based LearningLearning
  109. 109. 109-140 http://21centuryedtech.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/connecting-pbl-and-stem-40-http://21centuryedtech.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/connecting-pbl-and-stem-40- free-engaging-resources-to-use-in-the-classroom/free-engaging-resources-to-use-in-the-classroom/
  110. 110. 110-140 http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=191052http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=191052
  111. 111. 111-140 STEM Resources to Inspire GirlsSTEM Resources to Inspire Girls  Engineer GirlEngineer Girl  National Academy of Engineering (NAE)- designed to bringNational Academy of Engineering (NAE)- designed to bring national attention to females in engineering-prospect of anational attention to females in engineering-prospect of a career in the field.Information on engineering-relatedcareer in the field.Information on engineering-related competitions, contests, and scholarships; advice fromcompetitions, contests, and scholarships; advice from successful female engineers on “how to get there”; andsuccessful female engineers on “how to get there”; and links to a variety of other relevant resources.links to a variety of other relevant resources.  STEM Equity PipelineSTEM Equity Pipeline  National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity EducationNational Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation- attracting more females to S.T.E.M. fields – asFoundation- attracting more females to S.T.E.M. fields – as well as attracting boys and men to traditionally femalewell as attracting boys and men to traditionally female careers (such as healthcare and teaching). Particularlycareers (such as healthcare and teaching). Particularly helpful are their:helpful are their:  Links to publications and other resources focusing onLinks to publications and other resources focusing on promising practices;promising practices;  Archived webinars on a variety of topics.Archived webinars on a variety of topics.
  112. 112. 112-140 2013 TCEA Area 7 Technology Conference2013 TCEA Area 7 Technology Conference  Getting Started with PBL-STEM-5Getting Started with PBL-STEM-5 EZ Projects DownLoad PDFEZ Projects DownLoad PDF  My Next 30 Years-Visual LiteracyMy Next 30 Years-Visual Literacy Handout Download PDFHandout Download PDF  21 Twitter Tips & Tricks21 Twitter Tips & Tricks Download PDFDownload PDF
  113. 113. 113-140 www.disneyscience.comwww.disneyscience.com 5 EZ-STEM/PBL Projects To Get You Started
  114. 114. 114-140 4th : Institute a P.B.L / S.T.E.A.M. Program/Class  PLB-(Project Based LearningPLB-(Project Based Learning  STEAMSTEAM  (( Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-MathScience-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math
  115. 115. 115-140 STEM - STEAMSTEM - STEAM  Preparation of students in competenciesPreparation of students in competencies & skills in the four disciplines& skills in the four disciplines  (science, technology, engineering, and math)(science, technology, engineering, and math)  Provides students with science, math,Provides students with science, math, and engineering/technology inand engineering/technology in sequences that build upon eachsequences that build upon each other and can be used with real-other and can be used with real- world applicationsworld applications..
  116. 116. 116-140 F1 in Schools Global HomeF1 in Schools Global Home http://www.f1inschools.com/http://www.f1inschools.com/  34 countries....34 countries....  2 million students...2 million students...  1 experience of a lifetime !1 experience of a lifetime ! Navigation F1 in Schools Global Home About the Challenge Online Executive Review World Finals 2011 Event Report World Finals 2010 Event Report Global National Final Dates 2012 Abu Dhabi World Finals - Team P Videos Gallery News Contact Us
  117. 117. 117-140 THE CHALLENGETHE CHALLENGE  Work in teams of 3 – 6Work in teams of 3 – 6  Students are assigned rolesStudents are assigned roles  Team prepares a business plan, develops a budget andTeam prepares a business plan, develops a budget and raises sponsorship.raises sponsorship.  Teams collaborate with Industry and forge business links.Teams collaborate with Industry and forge business links.  Using 3D CAD (Computer Aided Design) software, the teamUsing 3D CAD (Computer Aided Design) software, the team designs a Formula One car of the future.designs a Formula One car of the future.  Aerodynamics are analyzed for drag co-efficiency in aAerodynamics are analyzed for drag co-efficiency in a virtual reality wind tunnel using Computational Fluidvirtual reality wind tunnel using Computational Fluid Dynamics Software (CFD).Dynamics Software (CFD).  Using 3D CAM (Computer Aided Manufacture) software, theUsing 3D CAM (Computer Aided Manufacture) software, the team evaluates the most efficient machining strategy toteam evaluates the most efficient machining strategy to make the car.make the car.  Aerodynamics are tested in wind and smoke tunnels.Aerodynamics are tested in wind and smoke tunnels.  Race: Cars race side-by-side along 20-metre straights.Race: Cars race side-by-side along 20-metre straights.  Judged on car speed-supporting evidence of their design,Judged on car speed-supporting evidence of their design, verbal presentation and marketing display stand in ‘‘theverbal presentation and marketing display stand in ‘‘the pits”.pits”.
  118. 118. 118-140 Navigation:Navigation: DownloadsDownloads The Story So Far PresentationThe Story So Far Presentation http://www.f1inschools.com/download--26.htmlhttp://www.f1inschools.com/download--26.html
  119. 119. 119-140 Dreaming UpDreaming Up an Easy,an Easy, Disney-Disney- inspired PBLinspired PBL and STEMand STEM LessonsLessons  Project Based LearningProject Based Learning  S.T.E.M.S.T.E.M.
  120. 120. 120-140 PBL Eight Stages:PBL Eight Stages: Essential PBL ElementsEssential PBL Elements  Significant ContentSignificant Content  21st-Century Skills21st-Century Skills  In-Depth InquiryIn-Depth Inquiry  Driving QuestionDriving Question  Need to KnowNeed to Know  Student Voice &Student Voice & ChoiceChoice  Reflection & RevisionReflection & Revision  Public AudiencePublic Audience
  121. 121. 121-140 Does the Project . . .?Does the Project . . .?  FOCUS ON SIGNIFICANT CONTENTFOCUS ON SIGNIFICANT CONTENT  DEVELOP 21st CENTURY SKILLSDEVELOP 21st CENTURY SKILLS  ENGAGE STUDENTS IN IN-DEPTH INQUIRY TO LEARN ANDENGAGE STUDENTS IN IN-DEPTH INQUIRY TO LEARN AND CREATE SOMETHING NEWCREATE SOMETHING NEW  ORGANIZE TASKS AROUND A DRIVING QUESTIONORGANIZE TASKS AROUND A DRIVING QUESTION  ESTABLISH A NEED TO KNOWESTABLISH A NEED TO KNOW  ENCOURAGE VOICE AND CHOICEENCOURAGE VOICE AND CHOICE  INCORPORATE REVISION AND REFLECTIONINCORPORATE REVISION AND REFLECTION  INCLUDE A PUBLIC AUDIENCEINCLUDE A PUBLIC AUDIENCE
  122. 122. 122-140 Course SyllabusCourse Syllabus  1: The People Behind1: The People Behind The ParkThe Park  2: Attractions --2: Attractions -- Where Story is KingWhere Story is King  3: Planning Your3: Planning Your AttractionAttraction  4: Your Creative4: Your Creative TeamTeam  5: Project Phases5: Project Phases  6: Engineering Your6: Engineering Your AttractionAttraction  7: Show Control7: Show Control EngineeringEngineering  8: Ride Control8: Ride Control EngineeringEngineering  9:Audio / Video9:Audio / Video EngineeringEngineering  10: Other Engineers10: Other Engineers  11: Designing an11: Designing an Entire Theme ParkEntire Theme Park  12: The Future of12: The Future of ThemedThemed EntertainmentEntertainment
  123. 123. 123-140 Interesting Disney PatentsInteresting Disney Patents “Disney Patents a “Flying Entertainment Vehicle”“Disney Patents a “Flying Entertainment Vehicle”  Amusement ride for traveling down a water cAmusement ride for traveling down a water c  Apparatus and method for creating optical illuApparatus and method for creating optical illu  Drinking fountain with sound effectsDrinking fountain with sound effects  Method and apparatus for stabilizing and powMethod and apparatus for stabilizing and pow  Spaceship amusement rideSpaceship amusement ride
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  125. 125. 125-140 Free e-BookFree e-Book  Disney Stem/PBL Project bookDisney Stem/PBL Project book  Until July 30Until July 30
  126. 126. 126126-117-117 ““Results That Matter”Results That Matter”
  127. 127. 127-140 Young man with aYoung man with a voicevoice Middle schoolerMiddle schooler authors book onauthors book on AmazonAmazon  Ian Waggoner, an 8th grader whoIan Waggoner, an 8th grader who gets straight As at Stephen Decaturgets straight As at Stephen Decatur Middle School, is a published authorMiddle School, is a published author on the popular book-selling website.on the popular book-selling website.  A search brings up his new novel,A search brings up his new novel, “The Jungle,” available as a Kindle“The Jungle,” available as a Kindle edition for $2.99.edition for $2.99.  So far, Waggoner has sold nine booksSo far, Waggoner has sold nine books on Amazon, and he gets 70 percenton Amazon, and he gets 70 percent of the royalties.of the royalties.  That makes him a profit of more thanThat makes him a profit of more than $2 for every book someone$2 for every book someone downloads.downloads.  ““I feel really accomplished,”I feel really accomplished,” Waggoner said. “I had theWaggoner said. “I had the patience to finish it. I waspatience to finish it. I was proud of myself.”proud of myself.”
  128. 128. 128-140 LiquiGlideLiquiGlide Price: 25¢ per bottlePrice: 25¢ per bottle (estimated)(estimated)  Five MIT students andFive MIT students and their professor Kripatheir professor Kripa Varanasi have come upVaranasi have come up with a way towith a way to make amake a surface thatsurface that anything will slideanything will slide offoff —from ketchup out of—from ketchup out of bottles tobottles to ice office off airplane wingsairplane wings..  The plant-based product adds aThe plant-based product adds a microscopicmicroscopic slippery coatingslippery coating to almostto almost any material—any material— glass, ceramic, metalglass, ceramic, metal or plasticor plastic  Read more:Read more: http://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGWYYQfEhttp://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGWYYQfE
  129. 129. 129-140 Enable Talk GlovesEnable Talk Gloves Price: $75Price: $75  Four Ukrainian studentsFour Ukrainian students have createdhave created gloves thatgloves that allow speech- andallow speech- and hearing-impairedhearing-impaired people topeople to communicatecommunicate with thosewith those whowho don’t use ordon’t use or understand signunderstand sign languagelanguage..  Gloves are equipped withGloves are equipped with sensorssensors thatthat recognizerecognize sign language andsign language and translate ittranslate it into text on ainto text on a smart phone, which thensmart phone, which then converts the text toconverts the text to spoken words.spoken words. Read more:Read more: http://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGX1yfn7http://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGX1yfn7
  130. 130. 130-140 Bounce ImagingBounce Imaging Price: $500 (estimated)Price: $500 (estimated)  MIT student and an ArmyMIT student and an Army RangerRanger  To give firefighters and cops aTo give firefighters and cops a full picture of a burningfull picture of a burning building or a hostagebuilding or a hostage situationsituation  Baseball-size tossed into theBaseball-size tossed into the area.area.   Six cameras snap picturesSix cameras snap pictures while its sensors detect airwhile its sensors detect air quality, temperature,quality, temperature, radiation and otherradiation and other hazardshazards..   Read more:Read more: http://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGXVtMwqhttp://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/#ixzz2BGXVtMwq Beams the data to mobileBeams the data to mobile devicesdevices
  131. 131. 131-140 Now, reflect on your classrooms…Now, reflect on your classrooms…  What are you doing that isWhat are you doing that is innovativeinnovative??  How is what your students learningHow is what your students learning pertinent to today’s worldpertinent to today’s world??   Will what you are teaching yourWill what you are teaching your students help them bestudents help them be successfulsuccessful in today’s global economy?in today’s global economy?
  132. 132. 132-140 3 Schools that “Get It”3 Schools that “Get It”  SLASLA Science Leadership AcademyScience Leadership Academy clehmann@scienceleadership.orgclehmann@scienceleadership.org  Blue Valley – C.A.P.S.Blue Valley – C.A.P.S.  Future Innovators of America:Future Innovators of America: Blue ValleyBlue Valley School District'sSchool District's CAPSCAPS ...... "Deeds, Donna" DDeeds@bluevalleyk12.org"Deeds, Donna" DDeeds@bluevalleyk12.org  Manor-New Tech HighManor-New Tech High  Manor New Tech HighManor New Tech High SchoolSchool
  133. 133. 133-140 Top Stories- Manor New Tech HighTop Stories- Manor New Tech High
  134. 134. 134-140 Luca HarrisLuca Harris 4 yrs old4 yrs old ABC’s Counts to 20 Write his name Colors and shapes Types on a keyboard Plays MineCraft Downloads files Searches YouTube Videos Uses 5 commands on a Smart phone Know his address and phone number Teaches his mom how to take photos on the iPad Teachers Dad how to do 5 special effects on photos Carries his Art Sketchbook with him everywhere Is your school ready for Luca?
  135. 135. 135-140 3 kinds3 kinds of peopleof people  1. Visitors1. Visitors  2. Renters2. Renters  3. Owners3. Owners
  136. 136. 136-140 3. Owners3. Owners  I may be only oneI may be only one person...BUT I can beperson...BUT I can be one person who made aone person who made a difference.difference.  Vadra Franceene Grace …Age 10Vadra Franceene Grace …Age 10
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  138. 138. 138138-117-117 10 Technologies Changing10 Technologies Changing Your WorldYour World What Comes After What Comes Next?What Comes After What Comes Next? Dr. Howie DiBlasi , C.I.O (Retired) “Emerging Technologies Evangelist”

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