Flattening Your Classroom Three Essential Questions For Educators
Learning to Change…Changing To Learn
… it ’s the death of education and the dawn of learning ” - Stephen Heppell
 
 
20th Century… Information was static  and scarce
21st Century… Information is  Digital Networked Overwhelming
 
 
 
 
Participate Collaborate Create
Readin ’ Ritin ’ ‘ Rithmitic The Three E ’s
Exposing the Truth Ritin ’ ‘ Rithmitic The Three E ’s
Exposing the Truth Express Ideas Compellingly ‘ Rithmitic The Three E ’s
Exposing the Truth Express Ideas Compellingly Employ Information The Three E ’s
In what ways can we help students become information artisans, telling their stories using all types of media?  Question 1
 
“ We are more powerful together than we ever were apart.”
What are we doing to help students develop their own Personal Learning Networks? Question 2
Drunken Pirate Stacy Snider vs  Millersville University
Drunken Pirate Shall We Dance?
Is Nothing Enough?
Are You Google-able?
What are we doing to help students develop and manage their own personal web brand?  e.g. make them “Google-able” Question 3
Stare Down
Keys for 21st Century Literacy <ul><li>Information Artisans </li></ul><ul><li>Personal Learning Networks </li></ul><ul><li...
Questions? [email_address] jeffwhipple.ca
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Three essential questions

  1. 1. Flattening Your Classroom Three Essential Questions For Educators
  2. 2. Learning to Change…Changing To Learn
  3. 3. … it ’s the death of education and the dawn of learning ” - Stephen Heppell
  4. 6. 20th Century… Information was static and scarce
  5. 7. 21st Century… Information is Digital Networked Overwhelming
  6. 12. Participate Collaborate Create
  7. 13. Readin ’ Ritin ’ ‘ Rithmitic The Three E ’s
  8. 14. Exposing the Truth Ritin ’ ‘ Rithmitic The Three E ’s
  9. 15. Exposing the Truth Express Ideas Compellingly ‘ Rithmitic The Three E ’s
  10. 16. Exposing the Truth Express Ideas Compellingly Employ Information The Three E ’s
  11. 17. In what ways can we help students become information artisans, telling their stories using all types of media? Question 1
  12. 19. “ We are more powerful together than we ever were apart.”
  13. 20. What are we doing to help students develop their own Personal Learning Networks? Question 2
  14. 21. Drunken Pirate Stacy Snider vs Millersville University
  15. 22. Drunken Pirate Shall We Dance?
  16. 23. Is Nothing Enough?
  17. 24. Are You Google-able?
  18. 25. What are we doing to help students develop and manage their own personal web brand? e.g. make them “Google-able” Question 3
  19. 26. Stare Down
  20. 27. Keys for 21st Century Literacy <ul><li>Information Artisans </li></ul><ul><li>Personal Learning Networks </li></ul><ul><li>Personal Brand / Digital Footprint </li></ul>
  21. 28. Questions? [email_address] jeffwhipple.ca

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