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NAGC 2011 Where Is My Jetpack?

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Brian Housand …

Brian Housand
East Carolina University
brianhousand@gmail.com
brianhousand.com

Angela Housand
University of North Carolina - Wilmington
ahousand@gmail.com
angelahousand.com

NAGC 58th Annual Convention
New Orleans, Louisiana
Saturday, November 3, 2011
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Room: Versailles Ballroom

We are now in the second decade of the 21st century. Our world is filled with amazing technological advances, yet our schools and classrooms have largely gone unchanged since the late 19th Century. The promise of the future is attainable with available free tools like cloud computing, mobile devices, game based learning, and augmented reality. Join us as we explore how gifted students are and could be using technology to lead us into the future. This session explores past predictions for the future and demonstrates how the technology of today can create the classroom of tomorrow.

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  • 1. Brian Housand East Carolina University brianhousand@gmail.com brianhousand.com Angela Housand University of North Carolina Wilmington ahousand@gmail.com angelahousand.comFOR HANDOUTS VISIT:http://bit.ly/nagc-jetpack
  • 2. brianhousand.com
  • 3. &angelahousand.com
  • 4. 4,326
  • 5. k12.wiki.nmc.org
  • 6. Cloud Computing MobilesOne Year Or Less
  • 7. Google Docshttp://docs.google.com No software to purchase or install! LIVES in the CLOUD! Work is automatically saved. Allows access to files from any computer that connects to the Internet. Collaborate on documents in REAL TIME. Instantly see what your collaborators are typing. FORM function allows you to create and deploy web-based surveys with results that are automatically compiled in a spreadsheet. FOLDER function allows you to store ANY file online. You can access from anywhere and share with anyone.
  • 8. Ideas for Using Google Docs •Collaborative writing projects •Peer editing •Project planning •Brainstorming •Group presentation creation •Data gathering and analysis •Survey creation •Mind mapping
  • 9. Dropbox is software that syncs your filesonline and across your computers.
  • 10. How Much Space? 2GB FREEInstall on another Invite Share Install computer. a friend or a on your colleague. folder. phone.
  • 11. 3,339
  • 12. Technology Creates a WorldThat is Massively Interconnected 23
  • 13. DID
  • 14. “Every generation of teenagers embraces the freedoms and possibilities wrought by technology in ways that shock the elders.”Time  March  27,  2006
  • 15. Text
  • 16. 29
  • 17. 30
  • 18. www.google.com/mobile/goggles/
  • 19. If your students canthe answer, then you may be asking the wrong question.
  • 20. Game Based Learning Open ContentTwo to Three Years
  • 21. 10,000
  • 22. stemchallenge.org
  • 23. gamestarmechanic.com/
  • 24. wowinschool.pbworks.com
  • 25. 3dgamelab.org
  • 26. ocw.mit.edu
  • 27. curriki.org
  • 28. khanacademy.org
  • 29. ted.com
  • 30. iTunes U
  • 31. www.openhighschool.org
  • 32. Learning AnalyticsPersonal Learning EnvironmentsFour to Five Years
  • 33. Learning  Analy6csMore  than  tes6ng  and  tracking...
  • 34. Learning  Analy6csAddresses  student’s  learning  goals  and  needs  by  extrac6ng  informa6on  from  the  flow  of  learning  ac6vi6es
  • 35. Learning  Analy6cs Will  be  used  to   gather  data   about  teaching   prac6ces  for   con6nuous   improvement.
  • 36. Personal Learning Environments
  • 37. Personal Learning Environments
  • 38. Personal Learning Environments
  • 39. Tear down the wall
  • 40. We welcome changeand openness;for we believe thatfreedom and securitygo together,that the advance ofhuman liberty canonly strengthen thecause of worldpeace.
  • 41. Keeptechnology inthe hands of students
  • 42. Why  Do  We  Ask  Kids  To  UNPLUG   At  School?
  • 43. 80%
  • 44. Conner Cohen AGE: 11 iSketch App
  • 45. Ozair Patel AGE: 13Berry School Mate
  • 46. LOWER  INCOME 2% APP   GAP 17% UPPER  INCOME
  • 47. LOWER  INCOME 38% APP   GAP 3% UPPER  INCOME
  • 48. LOWER  INCOME 48% APP   GAP 91% UPPER  INCOME
  • 49. A  Vision  of  the  Future
  • 50. Education Isa social process
  • 51. Education IsGROWTH
  • 52. Education Is NOT a preparation for life
  • 53. Education Is LIFE ITSELF.
  • 54. Brian Housand East Carolina University brianhousand@gmail.com brianhousand.com Angela Housand University of North Carolina Wilmington ahousand@gmail.com angelahousand.comFOR HANDOUTS VISIT:http://bit.ly/nagc-jetpack