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Sarah Blattner, Founder and Executive Director of TAMRITZ, shares how to begin shifting to a culture of modern learning within in your school -- develop web literacy skills; tinker; transform ...

Sarah Blattner, Founder and Executive Director of TAMRITZ, shares how to begin shifting to a culture of modern learning within in your school -- develop web literacy skills; tinker; transform learning spaces; invert the learning paradigm towards active creators; blog; develop your professional learning network; get savvy about online safety, online research, creative commons and copyright. Model connected learning habits; generously share; reach out to your parent community and more.

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Leading and Learning by Example in the Blended Learning School Leading and Learning by Example in the Blended Learning School Presentation Transcript

  • Leading and Learning by Example in the Blended Learning School Webinar With Sarah Blattner, Founder & Executive Director tamritz.org | @tamritzlearning Modern learning Supers, unite!
  • Fact or Myth? We are digital immigrants and our students are digital natives.
  • Reality “Many teens are more likely to be digital naives than digital natives.” -From sociologist Eszter Hargittai in It’s Complicated by Dana Boyd.
  • Transform Your Learning & Teaching Framework CC Bumble Bee by Yi Chen from the Noun Project UNDERSTAND ANALYZE CREATE REMEMBER EVALUATE APPLY BLOOM’S LEARNING HIVE Bloom’s Learning Hive inspired by Kathy Schrock’s Cogs of the Cognitive Processes
  • Transform Your Learning Spaces Photo by Michael Coghlan Photo by Gretchen Caserotti Thinking Spaces
  • What’s in your “Super” utility belt? Original Photo by Becky Stern Mashup by Sarah Blattner #tweetchat
  • Leading & Learning as Curator CC Image by LEOL30 CC Image by Chris It’s no longer about what you know... Information explosion!
  • We must actively teach web literacy and hone our own web literacy skills. November Learning’s Education Resources for Web Literacy https://www.google.com/insidesearch/searcheducation/
  • Wikipedia is not your archnemesis
  • Anatomy of a Wikipedia Article
  • Anatomy of a Wikipedia Article
  • Open Educational Resources Learning today happens anywhere, anytime. Build your own learning library for yourself, your faculty and WITH your students.
  • Curation Tools Your PLE &
  • Digital Footprint: Intentional Trace CC Image by Angela Hamblen
  • Digital Footprint: You Need to know... © 2013. TAMRITZ. All rights reserved.
  • Digital Footprint: Personal Brand? http://raisingmodernlearners.com “It’s not what you do by yourself, but what you do with others...and share everything...unlearn everything you know about teaching….” -Will Richardson, ISTE 2013 Ignite Session
  • Netiquette & Safety: Learn by Doing
  • Netiquette & Safety: Learn by Tinkering
  • True of False Teasing and pranks in online spaces is considered bullying.
  • Netiquette & Safety: Take Action Mashup by Daniel Stucke Mashup Inspired by Vicki Davis, Cool Cat Teacher
  • Parents: Our Modern Learning Partners Students Parents School
  • © , and Fair Use CC Image by A. Diez Herrero “Please, and Thank You,”
  • -- Image Resources CC Advanced Search
  • Photo by Sarah Blattner
  • Presentation Links & Resources http://tamritz.org/leading-learning/
  • Credits & Attributions Images: • Slide #1: Superheroes: Thanks to Marvel’s tool: http://marvel.com/games/cyos • Digital Badges: © TAMRITZ 2013-14. All rights reserved. • Kathy Schrock’s Cogs of the Cognitive Process: http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html • Slide #4: Yi Chen’s CC Bumble Bee from the Noun Project: http://thenounproject.com/jsczcy/ • Slide #5: Classroom Photos Michael Coghlan, https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikecogh/5189065503/ Gretchen Caserotti, https://www.flickr.com/photos/hams-caserotti/3750544841/ Slide #6: Utility belt by Becky Stern: https://flic.kr/p/7WUfi7 • Slide #7: Miner, by LEOL30 https://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/6923990782/ Fire Hydrant, by Chris https://flic.kr/p/cYTXC • Slide #13: Bookself, by Bryan Alexander: https://flic.kr/p/4sQne6
  • Credits & Attributions Images: • Slide #13: Picture Frame by Filter Forge: https://flic.kr/p/ehjmLJ • Slide #14: Sand Footprints by Angela Hamblen: https://flic.kr/p/6sdrZB • Slide #16: “First Take: In a Networked World, Does Every Child Need to Be a Brand?” by Will Richardson on Raising Modern Learners • Slide #18: “All the Rest is Commentary: Getting Schooled by a Day Schooler” by Ken Gordon • Slide #18: Speedgeeking photo from Jon Mitzmacher’s Twitter feed • Slide #22: A. Diez Herrero, CC photo: https://flic.kr/p/4bJznQ
  • Credits & Attributions Data & Facts: It’s Complicated, the social lives of networked teens by Dana Boyd Who Owns the Learning by Alan November Pew Internet & American Life Project Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page “20 High Schoolers Suspended for Retweeting Gossip” from Huffington Post
  • TAMRITZ is generously supported by the Joshua Venture Group Dual Investment Program Fellowship and the AVI CHAI Foundation.