Lessons in the Wind- Keynote at AdvancED in GA 2009

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This is the slide stack from the keynote I delivered at the AdvancED Latin America- International Administrators Conference in Georgia December 3, 2009. Lessons in the Wind is a look at education, …

This is the slide stack from the keynote I delivered at the AdvancED Latin America- International Administrators Conference in Georgia December 3, 2009. Lessons in the Wind is a look at education, where we are now and where we should be heading in a world of constant rapid change. It is a call to leaders of educational institutions to challenge old models of learning and dare to explore new ways of learning in this dynamic connected world.

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  • 1. Lessons in the Wind:
    Connecting Ideas, People and Knowledge in Today’s Classrooms
    Chris Bigenho
    cbigenho.unt@gmail.com
    bigenhoc@greenhill.org
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  • 3. Storyteller
    Practitioner
    Futurist
    Skeptic
    Discussant
    Researcher
    Motivator
  • 4. Expectations
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  • 8. Bad?
    Technology
    Technology
    Good?
  • 9. Web 1.0
  • 10. Web 2.0
    Collaboration
    Living Web
    Conversations
    Social
    Connections
    Sharing
  • 11.
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  • 13. Trends in the World of the Digital Native
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  • 15. Teens use the Internet…
    93%
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 16. 48%
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
    PEW Internet Life Project (2008)
  • 17. Teens Creating Content
    64%
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 18. 55%
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 19. Teens remix content…
    26%
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 20. Teens create blog or journal…
    28%
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
    PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 21.
  • 22. Generation M: Media15 Key Findings
    Time with Media
    Media in Home
    Bedroom/Household Media
    Time on other activities
    Demographic
    Parental Rules
    New vs. Old
    Media Multitasking
    Media Use: grades/contentment
    Television
    Music
    Computers and Internet
    Digital Divide
    Reading
    Video Games
    Source: Media in the Lives of 8-18 Year-olds: Kaiser Family Foundation study, March 2005
  • 23. Convergence
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  • 36. Learning is NOT like pornography.
    You don’t always know it when you see it
  • 37.
  • 38. Knowledge Construction
    Understanding
    Constructionist
    Constructivist
    Situated Cognition
    Social Cognition
    Community of Practice
    Legitimate Peripheral Participation
    Thinking Styles
    Multiple Intelligences
  • 39. Leaders have followers
    Managers make widgets
    A shared interest
    A way to communicate
    Challenge the status quo
    Two questions:
    1. If I get criticized for this, will I suffer any measurable impact?
    2. How can I create something that critics will criticize?
  • 40. Three Requirements for Technology in Education
    Collaboration
    Cognition
    Accessibility
  • 41. Social Software
    Collaboration
    Connections
    Sharing
  • 42.
  • 43. Tell A StoryReflect on Experience
    Share Thoughts/Resources
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  • 49. People of Earth…
    Markets are Conversations
    1999
    www.cluetrain.com
  • 50. Dave Carroll
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  • 59.
  • 60. 140 characters or less…What can you really say?
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  • 65.
  • 66. A Few of My Favorites
  • 67. Character Development
    mxheadcas3
    http://twitter.com/mheadcase1
    http://twitter.com/sirix777
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  • 72. Telling Stories through Digital Threads
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  • 83. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fhashemi/sets/72157619758530748/show/
  • 84.
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  • 86. http://mashable.com/2009/06/20/iran-youtube/
  • 87. http://mashable.com/2009/06/20/iran-youtube/
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  • 98. Game Play
  • 99. ARG
  • 100. The Note
  • 101.
  • 102. HELP
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  • 107. Cognition
  • 108.
  • 109. List 1.1
    HOOF
    DEVELOP
    SINK
    AMAZON
    BLESSING
    ENHANCE
    FLOOR
    BENCH
    RESEARCH
    REASON
    SOAP
    CHIMNEY
    CANDY
    WINE
    TOWEL
    DELICIOUS
    HARDSHIP
    BETWEEN
    DRAIN
    ELECTRIC
  • 110.
  • 111. List 2.1
    REACTION
    SHARP
    SPONGE
    FLORESCENCE
    KINDNESS
    EXPERIENCE
    SHAMPOO
    GUITAR
    NONSENSE
    TABLE
    TOILET
    HARMONIZE
    ALCOHOL
    LENGTH
    TOOTHBRUSH
    INTUITION
    MISERY
    MONKEY
    CREAM
    JELLYFISH
  • 112.
  • 113. List 3.1
    CELLAR
    OPERATION
    PAPER
    KNOWLEDGE
    MEDIA
    MAINTAIN
    CLOTH
    LIBERTY
    HAIRLESS
    THROUGH
    RAZOR
    MAGNETIC
    COMPARE
    NUMBER
    FILE
    NATURAL
    ACTIVITY
    EXPLORE
    COMB
    OUTRAGEOUS
  • 114. N=21
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  • 116. ?
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  • 122. Chris Bigenho
    • Blog: http://bigenhoc.wordpress.com/
    • 123. bigenhoc@greenhill.org
    • 124. cbigenho.unt@gmail.com
    • 125. Twitter @bigenhoc
    • 126. Skype: chris_bigenho
    • 127. Phone: 214-232-9504
    • 128. http://delicious.com/bigenhoc