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  • 1. DO NOT Turn off your cell phones for this presentationIf you have a laptop, use it.
  • 2. This is not a presentation.This is a conversation.
  • 3. Our group code isPost questions, ideas, responses and resources.
  • 4. Two parts of this session:Fast-Paced Overview Guided Exploration
  • 5. Who sits here?
  • 6. Who sits here?
  • 7. Why?
  • 8. The Case for Authentic Learning Ben Wilkoff
  • 9. It’s not about the stuff.
  • 10. It isn’t about the facilities.
  • 11. It is about...
  • 12. Creating context.
  • 13. Con-texting Denver
  • 14. It’s about staying connected.
  • 15. 30 Minute Experts
  • 16. It’s about forgingCollaboration.
  • 17. All Voices areCollaborative
  • 18. It’s about changing direction.
  • 19. Changing Utopias,Changing expectations
  • 20. It’s about starting a conversation.
  • 21. Question what is possible.
  • 22. It’s about continuallylearning something new.
  • 23. Radio Dramas are new, again.
  • 24. Authentic Learning helps usto know why we are here.
  • 25. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoffben@learningischange.com
  • 26. Pause for less awkward, moreconfident, text messaging and purposeful tweets.
  • 27. If it’s about creating context...
  • 28. Which details are most important?
  • 29. How is research changing?
  • 30. If it’s about staying connected...
  • 31. How can we lower the barriers to entry?
  • 32. How can we make long lasting connections?
  • 33. If it’s about forgingCollaboration...
  • 34. Who should own the collaboration?
  • 35. What kinds of collaboration are worth doing?
  • 36. If it’s about changing direction...
  • 37. How manipulatable is our content?
  • 38. How can we change our workflow?
  • 39. If it’s about starting a conversation...
  • 40. How can we let everyone speak?
  • 41. Where is the conversation?
  • 42. If it’s about continuallylearning something new...
  • 43. Where are you leastcomfortable in your learning?
  • 44. How do you makeinformation come to you?
  • 45. Pause for incredibly confidenttext messaging and reflective tweets.
  • 46. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoffben@learningischange.com

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