DO NOT
    Turn off your cell
     phones for this
      presentation

If you have a laptop, use it.
Text Message:
          41411

Type KCTECH and then your
  ideas, questions, notes, or
           feedback.
Via the web:
http://twubs.com/kctechnet

    If you don’t have a twitter
      account, use kctechnet
(username) and kctec...
Pause for awkward initial text
 messages and “hello world”
           tweets.
Two parts of this keynote:




Fast-Paced Overview   Guided Exploration
Who sits here?
Who sits here?
Why?
The Case for Authentic Learning
            Ben Wilkoff
It’s not about the stuff.
It isn’t about the facilities.
It is about...
Creating context.
Con-texting Denver
It’s about staying connected.
30 Minute Experts
It’s about
    forging
Collaboration.
All Voices are
Collaborative
It’s about changing direction.
Changing Utopias,
Changing expectations
It’s about starting a
    conversation.
Question what is possible.
It’s about continually
learning something new.
Radio Dramas are new, again.
Authentic Learning helps us
to know why we are here.
Ben Wilkoff
      @bhwilkoff
ben@learningischange.com
Pause for less awkward, more
confident, text messaging and
     purposeful tweets.
If it’s about creating
        context...
Which details are most
     important?
How is research changing?
If it’s about staying connected...
How can we
 lower the
 barriers to
   entry?
How can we make long
 lasting connections?
If it’s about
    forging
Collaboration...
Who should own the
  collaboration?
What kinds of collaboration are
        worth doing?
If it’s about changing direction...
How manipulatable is
   our content?
How can we change
  our workflow?
If it’s about starting a
     conversation...
How can we let everyone speak?
Where is the conversation?
If it’s about continually
learning something new...
Where are you least
comfortable in your learning?
How do you make
information come to you?
Pause for incredibly confident
text messaging and reflective
            tweets.
Ben Wilkoff
      @bhwilkoff
ben@learningischange.com
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KC Technet Keynote: The Case for Authentic Learning

  1. 1. DO NOT Turn off your cell phones for this presentation If you have a laptop, use it.
  2. 2. Text Message: 41411 Type KCTECH and then your ideas, questions, notes, or feedback.
  3. 3. Via the web: http://twubs.com/kctechnet If you don’t have a twitter account, use kctechnet (username) and kctech (password)
  4. 4. Pause for awkward initial text messages and “hello world” tweets.
  5. 5. Two parts of this keynote: Fast-Paced Overview Guided Exploration
  6. 6. Who sits here?
  7. 7. Who sits here?
  8. 8. Why?
  9. 9. The Case for Authentic Learning Ben Wilkoff
  10. 10. It’s not about the stuff.
  11. 11. It isn’t about the facilities.
  12. 12. It is about...
  13. 13. Creating context.
  14. 14. Con-texting Denver
  15. 15. It’s about staying connected.
  16. 16. 30 Minute Experts
  17. 17. It’s about forging Collaboration.
  18. 18. All Voices are Collaborative
  19. 19. It’s about changing direction.
  20. 20. Changing Utopias, Changing expectations
  21. 21. It’s about starting a conversation.
  22. 22. Question what is possible.
  23. 23. It’s about continually learning something new.
  24. 24. Radio Dramas are new, again.
  25. 25. Authentic Learning helps us to know why we are here.
  26. 26. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff ben@learningischange.com
  27. 27. Pause for less awkward, more confident, text messaging and purposeful tweets.
  28. 28. If it’s about creating context...
  29. 29. Which details are most important?
  30. 30. How is research changing?
  31. 31. If it’s about staying connected...
  32. 32. How can we lower the barriers to entry?
  33. 33. How can we make long lasting connections?
  34. 34. If it’s about forging Collaboration...
  35. 35. Who should own the collaboration?
  36. 36. What kinds of collaboration are worth doing?
  37. 37. If it’s about changing direction...
  38. 38. How manipulatable is our content?
  39. 39. How can we change our workflow?
  40. 40. If it’s about starting a conversation...
  41. 41. How can we let everyone speak?
  42. 42. Where is the conversation?
  43. 43. If it’s about continually learning something new...
  44. 44. Where are you least comfortable in your learning?
  45. 45. How do you make information come to you?
  46. 46. Pause for incredibly confident text messaging and reflective tweets.
  47. 47. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff ben@learningischange.com

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