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  • Teacher Edition Crowd SourcingTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Brilliantly simple, it says any time youre in a meeting where youre not contributing nor adding value--you are encouraged to use your two feet and find a place where you can. In other words, if its not meaningful, and youre not doing your part to make it meaningful, move on. Image source: Read the article on opensource.com www.flickr.com/photos/qf8/3737747747/ Darwin meets Dilbert: Applying the Law of Two Feet to your next meetingTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Multi-tasking http://coffeechugcrowdsourcing.wikispaces.com • Visit during presentation • Add your knowledge to wiki • Learn from wiki • Q and A/Discussion at the endTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Imagine if you will....Tuesday, April 9, 13
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  • • The answer is “lighthouse keeper”.Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • • Who is more isolated than a classroom teacher?Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • • Do you have to be connected to be a good teacher?Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Where do you go to find • InspirationTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Where do you go to find • Fresh IdeasTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Where do you go to find • Ideas different from your ownTuesday, April 9, 13
  • PLN Personal Learning NetworkTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Where do you go to find... • New friendsTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Where do you go to find... • New friends, colleaguesTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Where do you go to find... • New friends, colleagues, peersTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Where do you go to find... • New friends, colleagues, peers, and collaboratorsTuesday, April 9, 13
  • PLN Personal Learning NetworkTuesday, April 9, 13
  • When you got into education • school was the only education in townTuesday, April 9, 13
  • When you got into education • school was the place kids came for informationTuesday, April 9, 13
  • When you got into education • we were responsible for disseminating the knowledgeTuesday, April 9, 13
  • When you got into education • we assessed whether our students got itTuesday, April 9, 13
  • When you got into education • we were the official educationTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Today • school is only ONE place for education both real and virtualTuesday, April 9, 13
  • We should be asking • not how to do school better, but how to do it differently?Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • What do we mean by • LEARNING?Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • What do we mean by • being LITERATE in a networked connected world?Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • What do we mean by • being “educated”?Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • This mindset starts • with usTuesday, April 9, 13
  • This mindset starts • with us, YOUTuesday, April 9, 13
  • This mindset starts • with us, YOU, the educatorTuesday, April 9, 13
  • This mindset starts • with us, YOU, the educator, RIGHT NOW!Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Crowdsource Crowdsourcing is the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people, and especially from an online community, rather than from traditional employees or suppliers. Often used to subdivide tedious work or to fund-raise startup companies and charities, this process can occur both online and offline.[1] The general concept is to combine the efforts of crowds of volunteers or part-time workers, where each one could contribute a small portion, which adds into a relatively large or significant result. Crowdsourcing is different from an ordinary outsourcing since it is a task or problem that is outsourced to an undefined public rather than to a specific, named group.Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Step 1: Don’t be scared!Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Step 2: Create a PLN Graphic from http://blog.misterhamada.com/category/k12-learning-2-0/Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • created using mentionmapp.comTuesday, April 9, 13
  • YOUR PLN is to connect with people to help you learn PLN is to share learning and life.Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • My PLN is MINE! Your PLN is YOURS We are all teachers We are all learnersTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Use what you want as long as you LEARN!Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Option #1: Twitter Fast, easy, and available anywhere!Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • How to Start? • 1. Find people you like and admire • 2. Find name and follow • 3. Check who they follow/their followers • 4. Check retweets • 5. Twitter Lists • 6. Bonus: Twitter toolsTuesday, April 9, 13
  • created using tweepsmap.comTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Your PLN is about YOU!Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Option #2: BlogsTuesday, April 9, 13
  • How to Start? • 1. Find people you like and admire • 2. Find name and follow blog • 3. Check who they are reading on blogroll • 4. Check links • 5. Check comments • 6. Use RSS FeedTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Other options • Diigo • Facebook • Pinterest • Instagram • Google Communities, Hangout, G+ • **We don’t have enough time!**Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Step 3: Showcase ideas Perhaps we Hey I have should talk? an idea!Tuesday, April 9, 13
  • Step 4: Hear all sidesTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Step 5: ImplementTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Step 6: Give feedback/ recapTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Step 7: Help othersTuesday, April 9, 13
  • Crowdsource ExperimentTuesday, April 9, 13