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  • what else would you desire for your global learning hub?\nWhat are some characteristics/parts/activities of your school/district that can be considered a HUB?\n\n
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Memspa 2011 part 2b Memspa 2011 part 2b Presentation Transcript

  • The Global Learning Hub1 Interactive: Teachers and students create their own content (producers vs consumers) and interact with social media to express their identity and creativity.2 Student-Centered: Shifts the learning responsibility to the student (who owns the learning?)3 Authentic: Use of social media/technology should be connected to specific learning goals and activities (relevance)4 Collaborative: Learning is a social activity, and many students learn best through working with a group of peers. (virtual or face to face environment)5 On-Demand: Course content should be made available “on-demand” (like everything else in today’s world) so students and staff can learn when, where, and how they want from a computer, mobile phone or other handheld devices.6 Global Competencies/Networking: The world is indeed flat...we must run our schools that way.
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  • The Global Learning Hub1 Interactive: Teachers and students create their own content (producers vs consumers) and interact with social media to express their identity and creativity.2 Student-Centered: Shifts the learning responsibility to the student (who owns the learning?)3 Authentic: Use of social media/technology should be connected to specific learning goals and activities (relevance)4 Collaborative: Learning is a social activity, and many students learn best through working with a group of peers. (virtual or face to face environment)5 On-Demand: Course content should be made available “on-demand” (like everything else in today’s world) so students and staff can learn when, where, and how they want from a computer, mobile phone or other handheld devices.6 Global Competencies/Networking: The world is indeed flat...we must run our schools that way. View slide
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  • One Computer One CameraFree Soft ware- Microsoft 365 Global Mindset- Birmingham...Pontiac... Boston Learning Conference... Microsoft Head Quarters
  • The Global Learning Hub1 Interactive: Teachers and students create their own content (producers vs consumers) and interact with social media to express their identity and creativity.2 Student-Centered: Shifts the learning responsibility to the student (who owns the learning?)3 Authentic: Use of social media/technology should be connected to specific learning goals and activities (relevance)4 Collaborative: Learning is a social activity, and many students learn best through working with a group of peers. (virtual or face to face environment)5 On-Demand: Course content should be made available “on-demand” (like everything else in today’s world) so students and staff can learn when, where, and how they want from a computer, mobile phone or other handheld devices.6 Global Competencies/Networking: The world is indeed flat...we must run our schools that way.
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  • The Global Learning Hub1 Interactive: Teachers and students create their own content (producers vs consumers) and interact with social media to express their identity and creativity.2 Student-Centered: Shifts the learning responsibility to the student (who owns the learning?)3 Authentic: Use of social media/technology should be connected to specific learning goals and activities (relevance)4 Collaborative: Learning is a social activity, and many students learn best through working with a group of peers. (virtual or face to face environment)5 On-Demand: Course content should be made available “on-demand” (like everything else in today’s world) so students and staff can learn when, where, and how they want from a computer, mobile phone or other handheld devices.6 Global Competencies/Networking: The world is indeed flat...we must educate our students that way.
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  • The Global Learning Hub is Not an Education Defined by- Grade levels- Curriculum subject structures- Time block/bell schedule- Students assigned to teachers/classroom- Textbooks as curricula/resources- Learning happens in defined places- Nine month school year/Agrarian calendar- IQ Intelligence
  • What a GLH might Look Like- Google/Bing Wikipedia for content- Hybrid Classrooms- I-Tunes for accessing on-line learning- Notebooks, I-pads, cell phones for accessing the global information- Microsoft Calendar for Scheduling and Coordination- You-Tube for Electronic Portfolios- Face book – for students and teacher networking- Apple/Droid Apps for almost everything
  • Barriers in Creating Global Learning Hubs:Gravitational Pull of the Status Quo Educational Purgatory
  • The Gravitational Pull of The Status Quo“Pilot”Program/ Teacher GLH Procedures Fixed Policy memorization Mindset Squelched Creativity Conformity “Education” Routine Industrial Model lower order Content thinking Rules Driven Homework Facts
  • The Gravitational Pull of The Status Quo GLH“Pilot”Program/ Procedures Teacher Fixed memorization Policy Mindset Squelched Conformity Creativity “Education” Industrial Routine Model Content lower Order Rules Driven Thinking Homework Facts
  • The Gravitational Pull of The Status Quo GLH Procedures Fixed memorization Policy Mindset Squelched Conformity “Pilot” Creativity Program/ Industrial Teacher Routine Model Content Lower Order Rules Driven Thinking Homework Facts
  • Educational Purgatory- Knowing a Change is Needed but Waiting...and Waiting...and... ‘Risk taking’ is among the qualities found in exemplary leaders identified by Howard Gardner. He writes: ‘The capacity to take risks speaks to a confidencethat one will at least sometimes attain success.’ Theymust also accept the fact that they might fail. This is why heads are possibly reluctant to take risks. Theyare accountable to so many stakeholders, who do not readily accept failure.
  • Global Consultancy 10:45 a.m. Dr. Ruhui, Melissa Killingbeck, Carla Gipson, Roy Bishop (maybe) 2:45 p.m. Dr. Ruhui, Paul DeAngelis, Jon Dean, Melissa Killingbeck (mjkillingbeck1), Roy McCloud (maybe)5 Minutes to Discuss your challenge in moving your school to a Global Learning Hub 5 Minutes to hear consultants give advice/suggestions/ examples Please designate a time keeper and table facilitator Each group will Skype with a Global Consultant
  • Thank you! Adam Hartley #adamhartleybcs ah07bps@birmingham.k12.mi.ushttp://www.adamhartleybcs.blogspot.com/ Stay Connected
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