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Day 1 - ASB Unplugged Presentation including "creating the perfect pitch" and an overview of the tasks of the conference

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  • As they arrive, split around the room, Vicki hand out cultural scavenger hunt items.Anne and Steve help students join network 101_____ - direct students to the proper tables with their teams and bring up ustream_____ - Backchannel chat moderator?
  • Julie cover introductions.
  • _____: Ask each school to stand and ask those watching in the backchannel to say their school and where they are from.
  • Julie
  • Introduce Person “ in charge” of eachBackchannel moderator: Wiki facilitatorNing FacilitatorUstream Facilitator
  • Vicki: Backchannel
  • Before we move into our presentation, let’s get a few things out of the way.
  • Before we move into our presentation, let’s get a few things out of the way.

Flat Classroom MiniConference at ASB Unplugged - Day 1 Flat Classroom MiniConference at ASB Unplugged - Day 1 Presentation Transcript

  • As you arrive
    Sit with your team
    Boot up your computer (join network 101)
    Join Backchannel - http://chatzy.com/flatclassroom
    Start completing “cultural scavenger hunt”
  • Flat Classroom Workshop @ASB Unplugged February 2010
    ACTION PROJECT
    ‘Opening Up Education’
  • Introductions
    Vicki Davis
    Julie Lindsay
    Bernajean Porter
    Anne Mirtschin
    Steve Madsen
    Laurie King
  • Schools
    Australia: Hawkesdale P12 College
    China: Beijing (BISS) International School
    India: Choithram International
    India: American School of Bombay
    Korea: Korea International School
    USA: Mount Carmel Area High School
    USA: Westwood Schools
  • Welcome to Real and Virtual Participants
    Seven Steps to Success:
    Connect: Ning, Wiki, Ustream, Backchannel
    Communicate: Blog posts and comments, Wiki discussion, focused backchannel interaction
    Citizenship: Reliable and responsible online activity
    Collaborate: Wiki, sharing multimedia
    Choices: Decide medium and content of presentation delivery
    Create: Multimedia presentation based on team work
    Celebrate: Team final presentations, enhanced cultural understanding, global collaboration success
  • Starting the Workshop
    Backchannel: http://chatzy.com/flatclassroom
    Wiki: http://asbunplugged2010.flatclassroomproject.org/
    Ning: http://flatclassroomconference.ning.com/
    uStream: http://asbunplugged2010.flatclassroomproject.org/UStream.tv
  • Backchannel
    “a live chat that accompanies a live presentation”
  • Google Jockey
    A person who watches the backchannel and posts information and hyperlinks in response to questions that are posted.
  • Backchannel Moderator
    A person who monitors the backchannel chat and informs the speaker of predominant questions and issues arising from the conversation.
  • Backchannel Netiquette #1
    Answer with @
    teachkids: I need help
    with differentiated instruction.
    Joanne: I need help with my reading program
    Hamid: @teachkids I have a great program to share with you.
  • Backchannel Netiquette #2
    Answer with @
    Get a Moderator
    teachkids: I want to ask Julie a Question.
    Joanne: I’m the backchannel moderator, type your question in and when it is time, Julie will ask me what is happening in the backchannel.
  • Backchannel Netiquette 3
    Answer with @
    Get a Moderator
    Be yourself but not a fake
    teachkids: I want to ask Julie a Question.
    julielindsay: I’m not really Julie, I just thought it would be fun to impersonate her.
  • Backchannel Netiquette #4,5
    teachkids: Anyone know a great blog that helps teachers.
    julielindsay: @teachkidsI have a blog that I write for teachers, you can find it at http://123elearning.blogspot.com– I also love Jo McLeay’s at….
    Answer with @
    Get a Moderator
    Be yourself but not a fake
    Be a link dropper
    Be up front about self promotion
  • Our Backchannel Today
    http://chatzy.com/flatclassroom
  • Cultural Scavenger Hunt
    Leader: Vicki Davis
  • Venn Diagrams
    Differences
    Differences
    This
    Culture
    My
    Culture
    Similarities
  • Intercultural Communication
    Share your culture with other participants
    Cultural Scavenger Hunt: Venn Diagrams
    Team Discussion
    Name sharing: What is the origin of your name?
    Complete this sentence, “Culture is……..”
    Share the main thing you have learned in the backchannel
    http://chatzy.com/flatclassroom
  • Culture is………. "Culture is the collective programming of the mind which distinguishes one group from another group" (Hofstede)
  • #1 - Power Distance
  • #2 - Individualism vs. Collectivism
  • #3 – Masculinity vs. Femininity
  • #4 – Uncertainty Avoidance
  • #5 – Long Term vs. Short Term
  • No “Perfect” Culture
    Just different cultures
  • Design with culture in mind
    Why you need mentors and expert advisors
  • BackchannelJumps InHere!
  • Participant Action Project
    You will change the world!
    Leader: Julie Lindsay
  • Opening Up Education
    Solving global problems by connecting classrooms
  • ‘Opening’
  • ‘Up’
  • ‘Education’
    What are the issues and problems with education globally?
    How can we join classrooms together and be able to learn from each other?
    What is needed to 'flatten' classroom walls and effect global collaboration?
    If classrooms are connected, what worthwhile learning activities can take place?
  • Collaborate or Die!
    Flat Classroom Projects
  • Project Phases
    Investigate/Research
    Design - Generation of Ideas (Ideation)
    Analysis – feedback
    Action Planning
    Create
    Present (Pitch presentations)
    Leader: Vicki Davis
  • Brainstorming Phase
    Coming up with ideas
  • Three Phases:
    Generation of ideas (Ideation)
    Analyses
    Action Planning
  • Our “Problem”
    Investigate:
    What is ‘Open Education’ and what opportunities does it present to improve education?
    How can we join multi-cultural classrooms and utilize ‘open education’ opportunities to improve schools around the world?
    • ……Brainstorm
    • ……Analyze
    • ……Plan
  • Our “Problem”
    Investigate:
    • What is ‘Open Education’ and what opportunities does it present to improve education?
    • How can we join multi-cultural classrooms and utilize ‘open education’ opportunities to improve schools around the world?
    • ……Brainstorm
    • ……Analyze
    • ……Plan
  • Phases of Brainstorming
    Select 2 recorders: wiki and other method
    Join the wiki: Find your team wiki and start taking notes
    http://asbunplugged2010.flatclassroomproject.org/All+Teams
  • Rules of Brainstorming: Ideation
    Generate as many ideas as possible
    Don’t judge, DON’T CRITICIZE!
    Think creatively, BE WILD
    Combine and adjust ideas
    Expand, delete, consolidate, substitute, reverse, make analogies, make problem bigger or smaller
    Brainstorm responses
    Recorders note EVERYTHING!
    Discuss terms that are unclear
    You will get a 2 min. warning
    GOAL: AS MANY IDEAS AS POSSIBLE
  • Our “Problem”
    Investigate:
    • What is ‘Open Education’ and what opportunities does it present to improve education?
    • How can we join multi-cultural classrooms and utilize ‘open education’ opportunities to improve schools around the world?
    • ……Brainstorm
    • ……Analyze
    • ……Plan
  • BackchannelJumps InHere!
  • Our “Problem”
    Investigate:
    • What is ‘Open Education’ and what opportunities does it present to improve education?
    • How can we join multi-cultural classrooms and utilize ‘open education’ opportunities to improve schools around the world?
    • ……Brainstorm
    • ……Analyze
    • ……Plan
  • Plan
    Go to your team wiki page
    Plan by completing the form
    Plan your pitch
    … Each person should speak about the topic idea
    … Name of project
    … Summary of project
    … Getting ready for your pitch today
  • The Perfect Pitch
    Selling Your Vision to Stakeholders
    Leader: Vicki Davis
  • Story of the Starfish
    It mattered to “that one”
  • What is a stakeholder?
  • Stakeholder
    Some who has a “stake” or part of what you’re trying to do?
  • Who are stakeholders of this project?
    Educators
    Principals
    Teachers
    People in the community
    People who benefit
  • Today’s Audience of stakeholders
    Teachers
    Principals
    Curriculum Directors
    Educators!
  • How do you “pitch?”
    WIIFM – What’s in it for me?
  • 3 parts of your presentation
    “Hook” (i.e. the starfish story)
    Body
    The “Close” (what you want them to do)
    If you have 3 points, you can have 3 hooks!!!
    Each person on team should have this format!
  • Analysis
    How will you pick the best ideas?
    What are your criteria for selection?
    Select three ideas that are your best
    Outline steps needed to implement
    List forces (situations, people, events) that work for or against implementation of the events
    You will get a 5 min. warning
    GOAL: Selection of ONE idea that will be your group’s focus! Start thinking of a name!
  • The close: Kyle Maynard
  • Get ready to present
    Thursday
    1:30-3:00 pm Team Project: Development of Team Project Pitch
    3:00 – 3:30pm Preparation for “the Pitch” to educators
    3:30-4:30 pm – Pitching to 3 groups of educators
    4:30 – 5:00 pm – Debriefing and Prep forTomorrow
  • What's Next?
    Day 2 - Friday
    8:30: Leave ASB for field trip to other schools
    12:00: Lunch
    13:00 Compelling Digital Stories (Bernajean)
    14:00: Team Project: Development of Final Presentation
    16:00: Flat World Solutions to 'Opening Up Education'
    17:00 Debriefing and Reflection
    17:30 Students meet host families for dinner
  • What's Next?
    Day 3 - Saturday
    Teams break into 2 strands
    STRAND 1: Flat Learning Action Talks: 'F.L.A.T.s'. Max 5 min.
    STRAND 2: Flat Classroom, Flat World: Production of a Powerful Flat Classroom Closing Ceremony including a 'Keynote' video for NetGenEd Project
  • Telling a Compelling Story with a Compelling Presentation
    Leader: Bernajean Porter