Memspa 2011 part 1

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  • Future 21st century work\n\n
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  • can anyone dispute this???\nso- if these are our customers...have we adapted to meet their needs???\n
  • can anyone dispute this???\nso- if these are our customers...have we adapted to meet their needs???\n
  • researcher and reporter- give students a tasks- if you have one computer each student is a researcher for that day- changing mindsets!\n
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  • this is when change happens...teachers own it...students own it\nex...action research\n
  • this is when change happens...teachers own it...students own it\nex...action research\n
  • Future Thinkers\nConnect your work to the future- not to the past\nfrom this video..or your own thoughts/experiences..what are some reasons to change?\n\n
  • Future 21st century work\nspeed discussions reflection...share what your partner said\nhere is a good reason... remember future thinking...\n
  • here is another reason...\nshow how the y gen can connect to individuals with ease...\nthey are the true masters of networking- are they able to do this in school?\n
  • one example of changing mindsets... (also discuss cellphones)\n\nheadlines of articles re: facebook in education\nits not going anywhere...\n
  • its not facebook- its what it does...\nmindset over materials....\n
  • Another reason...\nshow how y gen have information at their fingertips-\nover 40 million hits in less than a second\n\n\n
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  • Dr. Benjamin Bloom 1950‘s created this taxonomy of thinking paradigms... \nHe found that 95% of test questions given to our students were recall knowledge- lowest level\nDefine, list, label\nits 2011 - has this changed? NO\n\nMajority of classrooms do not go beyond Knowledge and Understand-\nIf you get the “fun” teacher or “good” teacher you may get to apply your knowledge and possibly analyze the data you receive.\nThe GC GLH will provide a learning environment that encompasses all thinking skills but will have its main focus on the top of the taxonomy\n
  • this is when change happens...teachers own it...students own it\nex...action research\n
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  • 1. MEMSPA Diigo Go To Diigo Join DiigoAccept the invite to join MEMSPA Pioneer Group
  • 2. MEMSPA DiigoWrite a quick introduction of yourself and/or read about your colleagues in each of the two sessions. This Creative Learning Community will provide us with a model of how to reach students...staff..and parents and change mindsetsThe C.L.C. will archive our discussions and allow you to bookmark websites and share with others
  • 3. MEMSPA Diigo- Read Blog Post by Chris Lehman
  • 4. Introductions Name and Title: Adam Hartley Principal Birmingham Covington School (3rd-8th Grade Global Learning Hub) Birmingham, MI Something Personal Married 18 years to Nicole (3rd Grade Teacher)Three Kids: Taylor (Senior), Adam (Freshman), Cameron (6th Grade) What Inspires You? Learning from others and helping others learn
  • 5. You Know Its Bad When...
  • 6. My Goal Today Change Mindets Net working (to change mindets) Model a Global Learning Hub Model P.D. activities To question our practices as leaders To question the system in which we leadTo inspire you to deviate from the status quo
  • 7. We Know There Are Dangers-Will We Watch or Will We Act?
  • 8. 1. Leading The Way 2. Moving away from “schools”and building Global Learning Hubs 3. Global Consultancy: Overcoming Barriers
  • 9. Global Mindset Speed Discussions: Get the Conversation Started! Prepare a series of quotes, pictures, videos, etc... connected to the PD, staff meeting, etc...Participants pair up (get creative) and discuss each slide.Each slide should be discussed for 2 minutes (60 seconds for each participant)
  • 10. Global Mindset Speed Discussions 2 People 7 Slides 2 Minutes Ready?
  • 11. At what point this past year have you felt this way?
  • 12. Discuss these quotes and how they connect to your Responsibilities as a Leader“The first critical job of a leader is to identify and to face reality” -Jim Collins: Good to Great “Kids just arent motivated anymore” -many educators/parentsWhat are the realties in motivating and engaging todays generation of students?
  • 13. Finish these sentences...I use technology to... My teachers use technology to... My students use technology to... I Wish...I could use technology to... My teachers could use technology to... My students could use technology to...
  • 14. What does this mean to you as an Instructional Leader? More Developed Countries -Research National Center on -Design Education and the -Development Economy -Marketing and Sales (2007) Creative -Global Supply Chain Work Management Routine Routine Work Work done by people done by machines Less Developed Countries
  • 15. What do you hope to get out of today?
  • 16. Our Customers...Our Future
  • 17. Fun Facts!- ConsumedGeneration Y...Also known as “Millennials” and Digital nativesBorn 1980 to 200080 million strongGrew up with school shootings, 9/11, HurricaneKatrina, IraqProficient with technology, often called “Digital Natives”Personality characteristics: confident, social, celebratediversity, collaborative
  • 18. Fun Facts!- ConsumedGeneration Y is more ethnically and racially diverse than older generations, with peopleof color making up about 40% of our population.Half of all young people of color are Hispanic.93% of teens ages 12-17 go online, as do 93% of young adults ages 18-29.75% of Millennials have created a profile on a social networking site.1 in every 5 Millennials have posted a video of themselves online.41% of Millennials use only a cell phone and have no landline.Over half of YouTube’s users are under 20 years old.Pew Research Center 2010 report, Millennials: A Portrait of Generation Next
  • 19. Fun Facts!- Produced In Groups of 2 (Researcher and Reporter) Find 3 Articles/Websites/Blogs/etc...that discuss facts/stats/etc... about the y generation or Digital NativesUsing your diigolet- bookmark the resource and share with your MEMSPA Pioneer Group
  • 20. Leading the Way
  • 21. “A great teacher can create a great classroom, but only a principal can provide the required leadership to create and sustain a great school,” -Gail Connelly, executive director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP)Total Leaders Creating Productive Change inevitable Mass Customized Learning Learning in the Age of Empowerment Charles Schwahn and Beatrice McGarvey, 2011
  • 22. Authentic Leaders Visionary Leaders Define Purpose Frame Vision Relational Leaders Develop OwnershipQuality Leaders Service LeadersBuild Capacity Ensure Support
  • 23. Authentic Leaders Visionary Leaders Define Purpose Frame Vision Relational Leaders Develop OwnershipQuality Leaders Service LeadersBuild Capacity Ensure Support
  • 24. Authentic Leaders:Create the Reason to Change
  • 25. More Developed Countries -ResearchNational Center on -DesignEducation and the -Development Economy -Marketing and Sales (2007) Creative -Global Supply Chain Management Work Routine Routine Work Work done by people done by machines Less Developed Countries
  • 26. In The News...Facebook app tracks student cafeteria purchases 50 Reasons to Invite Facebook Into Your Classroom Facebook and Time Warner Let There Be Facebook! Our plunge join to stop cyber bullying into using FB for summer reading and other learning adventures Facebook used to help identify 5000 fish speciesSocial media find place in classroom Students need to be taught how to use Facebook How social media is changing the education industryResearch youll like:Facebook can help boost self esteem
  • 27. facebook in EducationFacebook Safetyhttp://www.facebook.com/fbsafetyStopBullying.Govhttp://www.facebook.com/StopBullying.GovNo Name Calling Weekhttp://www.facebook.com/nonamecallingweekBeat Bullying (UK)http://www.facebook.com/BeatbullyingGLSENhttp://www.facebook.com/GLSENBullyBusthttp://www.facebook.com/upstanderBullyingUKhttp://www.facebook.com/BullyingUKCyberbullying Research Centerhttp://www.facebook.com/cyberbullyingresearchBullying Canadahttp://www.facebook.com/BullyingCanada.caThe Trevor Projecthttp://www.facebook.com/TheTrevorProject
  • 28. Does This Create a Need For Change?
  • 29. The Y Generation- Are We Meeting Their Needs/Wants? The NEEDfor CHANGE If you are lucky Majority of our The classrooms “system” Tweaked and G.E.E.K.ed
  • 30. Authentic Leaders Visionary Leaders Define Purpose Frame Vision Relational Leaders Develop OwnershipQuality Leaders Service LeadersBuild Capacity Ensure Support
  • 31. Visionary Leaders: Frame VisionYou have a vision... make it a reality Chances are other organizations, businesses, entrepreneurs have a similar vision Principal + Entrepreneur = Principreneur