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    • Gifted Education In the 21st Century a new HOPE Brian Housand, PhD brianhousand.com bit.ly/gagc2012
    • brianhousand.com
    • #cag2012
    • 21st A NEW CreatingCenturySkills? HOPE Alliance
    • 1977
    • starwarsuncut.com
    • A long time ago in a school far,far away...
    • Benjamin Bloom1913 - 1999
    • E. PaulTorrance1915 - 2003
    • Julian Stanley1918 - 2005
    • >
    • p21.org
    • 4,447
    • “The Nation thatdramatically and boldly led the world into the age of technology is failing to provide its own children with the intellectual tools needed for the 21st century.”
    • Our children could beSTRAGGLERSin a world of technology.
    • WE MUSTNOTLET THISHAPPEN
    • AMERICA MUST NOT BECOMEAN INDUSTRIAL DINOSAUR
    • WE MUST NOTprovide our childrena 1960s educationfor a 21st Century WORLD.
    • SepTEMBER 121983
    • www.p21.org Learning and Innovation Skills Creativity and InnovationCritical Thinking and Problem Solving Communication and Collaboration
    • =
    • Creativity & Innovation1. Apply existing knowledge to generate newideas, products, or processes.2. Create original works as a means ofpersonal or group expression.3. Use models and simulations to explorecomplex systems and issues.4. Identify trends and forecast possibilities.
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    • Knowledge)alone)is)NOT)enough.)
    • If your students canthe answer, then you may be asking the wrong question.
    • “Intelligence in theage of the Internet,where youre as onlysmart as how quicklyyou can use yoursmart phone.”
    • www.google.com/mobile/goggles/
    • bit.ly/renzulliempire
    • Keeptechnology inthe hands of students
    • Why  Do  We  Ask  Kids  To  UNPLUG   At  School?
    • DID
    • 80%
    • Tear down the wall
    • We welcome changeand openness;for we believe thatfreedom and securitygo together,that the advance ofhuman liberty canonly strengthen thecause of worldpeace.
    • RE:Search
    • “Every manshould have a built-in automatic crap detector operatinginside of him.” -- Ernest Hemingway
    • NEW LITERACIES newliteracies.uconn.edu/IDENTIFY Important QuestionsLOCATE InformationCRITICALLY EVALUATESYNTHESIZE InformationCOMMUNICATE Answers
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    • RE:Connect
    • The whole process of education should thus be conceived as the process of learning to think through the solution of real problems. -- John Dewey, 1938
    • Real World Problems Academic RigorTechnology Integration www.ecugifted.com
    • Re:Create
    • PianosNOTStereos (Resnick, 1996)
    • Plugging IntoCreative Outlets Brian C. Housand Angela M. Housand Gifted Education Communicator Spring 2011 Vol. 42, No. 1
    • 20%
    • Computers serve best when they alloweverythingto change. (Papert, 1993)
    • Think GLOBAL ACT Local
    • PartnersAdvocating ForGiftedEducation
    • REPORT TOTHE PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE http://bit.ly/gt-office
    • Googleable
    • http://www.nagc.org/toolkit.aspx
    • tyvm brianhousand.com
    • Gifted Education In the 21st Century a new HOPE Brian Housand, PhD brianhousand.com bit.ly/gagc2012