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2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell
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2011 AIKCU Technology Conference Keynote: How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment - Mark Hudson, Dell

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Keynote presentation at the 2011 AIKCU Technology Conference at Pikeville College, June 28, 2011. Presented by Mark Hudson, Global Professional Learning Manager, Dell.

Keynote presentation at the 2011 AIKCU Technology Conference at Pikeville College, June 28, 2011. Presented by Mark Hudson, Global Professional Learning Manager, Dell.

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  • Concept mappingTagzitoSchool 2.0 vs. Learning 2.0 “more control over learning than school
  • Note takers use the back channel, post links140 characters like TwitterArtifact of todays session
  • How many of you went to FB training? You went to your community…
  • http://www.theatlanticwire.com/technology/2011/05/tweet-broke-news-bin-ladens-death/37235/http://mashable.com/2011/05/02/osama-death-twitter/#13397White-House
  • Wouldn’t it be great to use the tech to go deeper?WolframAlpha(x-2)(x+3)FOILCould we start with the answer and where does if fit into the real world?Bing will have it built in, Office 2010 will have it built in 3DIs this cheating?
  • How is information being looked at today?You can link the mashup to the “Shining” video on trailer mashup.Kids don’t think of information the same way, they don’t see it as static. They “mash” media together.“multi-tasking”Purposeful “mash-up”
  • Our children are growing up in the digital age. They truly communicate and learn differently than past generations.The stats from Speak Up are striking:Students in Grades 3-5: regular use of technology outside of school  54% of both girls and boys play video or online games regularly 32% share music, videos and photos38% participate in virtual worlds (such as Webkinz, Club Penguin) 28% send emails, text messages or instant messages38% have a cell phone – 14% have smartphones Students in Grades 3-5: regular use of technology for schoolwork  34% take tests online7% have taken an online class52% play educational games24% check on their own grades51% use the Internet for research 33% practice writing   Students in Grades 6-12: regular use of technology outside of school  38% upload/download videos, podcasts and photos 23% create new work – mashup47% communicate via email/IM/Texting – additional 27% communicate through their social networking site40% update their social networking site20% use web tools to write collaboratively with others71% have a cell phone – 26% have a smartphone Students in Grades 6-12: regular use of technology for schoolwork 62% access grades and class information59% create slides shows, videos and web pages for assignments 32% take tests online15% use an online plagiarism checker 38% use their social networking site to collaborate with classmates on school projects 29% use online textbooks    Attribution: © Project TomorrowSpeak Up 2008 National Data Findings Speak Up is an annual research project of Project Tomorrow, a national education nonprofit organization (www.tomorrow.org) All rights reserved.    Yet, many of our schools are designed for the industrial age.-------------------Note: Re online games – includes portable and/or console players
  • Online survey conducted blind and deployed by MMS Education to 82,900 randomly selected educators, emails provided by MCH:46,600 teachers25,600 principals10,700 library/media specialists•1.55% response rate or 1,284 total responses:601 Teachers (47% of responders) -1.29% response381 Principals (30% of responders) -1.49% response262 Librarians (20% of responders) -2.45 % responseDemographicsGenderFemale75%Male25%Age18-3414%35-5457%55+30%Years in education2-10 yrs23%11-20 yrs36%21+ yrs42%Grade levelElementary46%Middle School30%High School34%District metro-statusRural14%Suburban52%Urban25%Unknown9%States48 states + D
  • Notes from “The Factor” (article in Deltasky magazine) by Lynne Lancaster and David Stillman http://msp.imirus.com/Mpowered/imirus.jsp?volume=ds10&issue=5&page=0Millennials born 1980-2000Employees were blind-sided when Gen Xers entered the workforce. The railed against the old system.Millennials are 76 million strong and make up the fastest growing segment of the workers today.Millennials want to find meaning in what they do for a living.Six meaning motivators for Millenials:Millennials want to make a difference in the worldThey want to feel they are contributingThey want to be innovatorsThey want to be heardThey want to know they are succeedingThey want to express who they are through work
  • This animated map provides a striking visual of employment trends over the last business cycle using net change in jobs from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on a rolling 12-month basis. Read more…Auto industry example – laying off people but don’t have enough people to fill the future positions
  • These are some of the basic and minimum skills Dell reviews for hiring employees
  • 21st Century Skills slideP21 statesSkills for college and careers“Self-Direction” has been added in the last yearGreen is about core contentFramework is used by 15 statesCatalyst for the conversationProf development has fallen short because it’s at state level
  • A visit to the stands in the exhibition hall reinforces the burgeoning pervasiveness of Mobile Learning. Globally, smartphone shipments are estimated at over 600 million in 2015, and tablets will ramp at a similar pace. Smartphones will actually surpass laptops this year. As the top provider of computers to schools worldwide for several years (checking IDC for # of years), we’re very close to this trend. In fact, Dell has really fueled the move to mobility in education as we’ve developed purpose-built solutions like the Latitude netbook for students. With features like a rubberized case for durability, schools ordered about 75,000 of those netbooks during the first week they launched. We’re excited to be releasing the third generation of that netbook this week, the Latitude 2120. And schools all over the world are embracing – or having to accept – the reality that more and more students are bringing their own devices to school. This is consistent with overall mobility trends…in fact, 300 million of the 600 million smartphones coming online in the next four years will demand access to Enterprise data, but only 150 million will be Enterprise-owned. Of course, this is a blessing and a curse for CIOs – cost outlays for devices may decrease, but providing secure content across disparate platforms comes with its own challenges. We are working on a new solution for Mobile Device Management, which we see becoming increasingly important as CIOs focus on managing and securing school-owned mobile devices, often times using several operating systems. Our solution will provide CIOs with a way to securely manage and scale with all of the major mobile operating systems. (Okay to reference forthcoming Enterprise Mobility Services, per Consumer/ legacy CSG team)
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    • 1. How Information is Changing the Teaching & Learning Environment
      Mark S. Hudson
      Global Professional Learning Manager
    • 2. www.wordle.net
      www.tagxedo.com
    • 3. Back Channel:todaysmeet.com/aikcu
      Note takers
      Post links
      Action items
      Learning styles
      Back channel monitor
    • 4. What Role Does Technology Play in Helping to Transform Teaching & Learning?
      14 of 30
    • 5. 5
    • 6. Info-less vetting & less barriers
      Info- greater amounts & greater speed
    • 7. Internet Statistics
      2.7 billion searches A DAY
      (235 Million in 2008)
      Upload 35 hours of content EVERY MINUTE
    • 8. Exactly How Much Are the Times A-Changin’?
      8
      http://www.newsweek.com/feature/2010/by-the-numbers-how-the-digital-revolution-changed-our-world.html
    • 9. A Few More of Note…
      9
      http://www.newsweek.com/feature/2010/by-the-numbers-how-the-digital-revolution-changed-our-world.html
    • 10. 32 Million
      650 Miles
      http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b4/Library_of_Congress_from_North.JPG
      Library of Congress
    • 11. 32 Million
      650 Miles
      =
      Think of the Library of Congress as a cup…How many times can it be filled up with just the new info created in 2002?A. 108B. 11,060C. 37,000D. 234,908
    • 12. 37,000
      Times
      5 Exabytes of new information is our best estimate of new data created way back in 2002
      24,050,000 miles of shelves or 1,184,000,000,000 books
    • 13. Just 36 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds reported reading a daily newspaper in 2006, down from 73 percent in 1970.
      .01%
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/mbg_photos/2484112082/
      How much of this new information is in paper format?
    • 14. 1
      How much information are we unintentionally publishing?
    • 15. 1 in 200
      page views on the Internet
      (NY Times, 2007)
      Wikipedia, love it or hate it…
    • 16. 16
      500+ million active users
      (it would be the 3rd largest country in the world)
      People spend over 700 billion minutes per month
      Average user has 130 friends
      Average user spend 1 hour a day on FB
      About 70% of FB users are outside the U.S.
    • 17. 17
      http://holykaw.alltop.com/the-demographics-of-social-media-infographic
      The Demographics of Social Media
    • 18. 18
      http://holykaw.alltop.com/the-demographics-of-social-media-infographic
      The Demographics of Social Media
    • 19. 19
    • 20. Internet Search Tools
      www.wolframalpha.com Makes all systematic knowledge immediately computable
      www.google.com/squared Creates a starter "square" of information, automatically fetching and organizing facts from across the web.
      www.google.com Google Wonder Wheel - a wheel display of relevant search terms.
    • 21. www.Bing.comvisual search - makes it easier to interact with massive amounts of data in ways that are powerful, informative, and fun.
      Google Goggles lets you search Google using pictures from your camera phones. (clip)
      Dipity.comcreate an interactive, visually engaging timeline in minutes.
      21
    • 22. Iran Missile Launch - Intentional Misinformation
    • 23.
    • 24. Egyptian photo of Mubarak and Obama
      http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_upshot/20100916/cm_yblog_upshot/egyptian-paper-doctors-photo-of-mubarak-and-obama
    • 25. Purposeful Mash-ups(Mashing Media Together)
      USE
      CREATE
      REMIX
      EXAMPLES: Scary Mary, Shining, Auto-Tune
    • 26. Our children are growing up in the digital age
      26
      Grades 3-5
      • 28% Email, IM and Text
      • 27. 54% Play Video or Online Games
      • 28. 32% Share Music, Videos, and Photos
      • 29. 51% Use the Internet for Research
      Grades 6-8
      • 65% Email, IM and Text
      • 30. 23% Have a Smart Phone w/Internet
      • 31. 32% Use Social Networking Site to Collaborate on School Projects
      Grades 9-12
      • 72% Email, IM and Text
      • 32. 31% Have a Smart Phone w/Internet
      • 33. 43% Use Social Networking Site to Collaborate on School Projects
      Average American teen sends and receives 3,339 texts a month
      http://technolog.msnbc.msn.com/...ws/2010/10/14/5290191-average-american-teen-sends-and-receives-3339-texts-a-month[10/16/2010
      © Project Tomorrow
      Speak Up 2009 National Data Findings
    • 34. Educators Use of Social Networks
      61% have joined SN’s
      85% Facebook
      20% MySpace
      76% of FB users rate their usage as “seldom or never”
      There is low usage reported for education social networks
      Educators would prefer to join an education-based social network
      Online survey conducted blind and deployed by MMS Education
    • 35. Contribute
      Meaning?
      Image source: http://indopost.typepad.com/.a/6a01053648ae5c970b01156fa65be4970c-320wi
      Millennials born 1981-2000
    • 36. Jobs of the Future
      Employers value workers who can think critically and solve problems.
      Occupations that employ large shares of workers with post-secondary education and training are growing faster than others.
      The U.S. post-high school education and training system provides valuable skills to those who complete programs in high-growth fields.
      http://tipstrategies.com/archive/geography-of-jobs/
      PREPARING THE WORKERS OF TODAY FOR THE JOBS OF TOMORROW July 2009
    • 37. Geography of US Jobs
      30
      Source: http://tipstrategies.com/archive/geography-of-jobs/
    • 38. Dell Competency Skills-Minimum Requirements
      Developing Direct Reports
      Learning on the Fly
      Organizational Agility
      Problem Solving
      Priority Setting
      Drive for Results
      Customer Focus
      Intellectual Horsepower
      Integrity and Trust
      Business Acumen
      Functional/Technical Skills
      Command Skills
      Dealing with Ambiguity
      Building Effective Teams
    • 39. 21st Century Skills (P21)
      Creativity and Innovation
      Self-Direction (added 2009)
      Information Fluency
      Communication and Collaboration
      Problem Solving
    • 40. Elements Of A Successful Program
      Vision for Learning
      33
    • 41. Trends & Innovations Impacting Learning Environments
      Handhelds and tablets
      Bring your own device
      Intuitive interfaces
      Blended Learning
      34
    • 42. Thank you.
      todaysmeet.com/aikcu
      Mark_S_Hudson@Dell.com
      Mark S. Hudson
      Global Professional Learning Manager

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