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  • Horizon report
  • Access & equity; global citizenship; 21C skills, interpersonal skills ; whole person, big picture, open, collaborative, dynamic
  • Access & equity; global citizenship; 21C skills, interpersonal skills ; whole person, big picture, open, collaborative, dynamic

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  • 1. Creating a New Story of Education in the Digital Age @susanmdrake @crutherford Brock University Susan Drake Camille Rutherford
  • 2.  
  • 3.
    • PERSONAL
    • CULTURAL
    • GLOBAL
    • UNIVERSAL .
    Frames of Knowing/Learning
  • 4.
    • Present story is in flux/crisis/transformation
    • Values (+ or -) are embedded in all stories
    • The present story is part “old story” and also the anticipated future (intentionality)
    • Personal story filtered through a cultural, global and universal lens
    Understanding the Present Story
  • 5.
    • Deconstruct the “old story” to discover the values that drive the story.
    • These values may be positive and/or negative
    • These values can be deeply embedded and we can identify them by what we do rather than what we say - implicit rather than explicit (Argyis & Schon, 1978)
    Understanding the Old Story
  • 6.
    • New Story driven by values
    • Best of the Old Story and Emerging Story
    • Dialectic process between the Old and the Emerging Story
    Understanding the Old Story
  • 7. My Story
    • If I believe in the values of the New Story …
    • I need to both tell the New Story and act on it.
    My Story MY ACTION
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • Technology/social media
    • Gay/lesbian story
    • Women’s story in first world countries
    • Smoking
    • Change in most professions ( e.g. health care)
    • Euthanasia
    • Education
    New Stories in the Making
  • 10.
    • Education
    • Legislation
    • Technology
    • Social Media
    Catalysts for Change
  • 11.
    • Technological-skills impaired
    • Fascinated by the promise of social media to transform education
    • Writing with colleagues on Google Docs while Skyping.
    • Research – finding participants through Twitter
    Personal Story - Susan
  • 12.
    • Dynamic learning experiences via Twitter
    • Brock Learning Network
    • Blogging created an escape route from traditional academia
    • Google Docs
    Personal Story - Camille
  • 13.
    • What is your personal story?
    Personal Story - You
  • 14.
    • Crisis/major change in North American schools
    • Faculties of Education reluctant to change
    • Lack of 21st Century skills
    Cultural Story
  • 15.
    • Information network global village
    • BOTH accountability AND relevance (innovation, creativity)
    • Major institutions and professions challenged
    • Reality is interconnected and interdependent
    • There is no black box of secrets
    Global Story
  • 16.
    • All humans make sense of the world through story
    • Humans learn in similar ways
    Universal Story
  • 17. Education: From Old Story to New Story Flickr photo by Total Mayhem Flickr photo by Alec Corous
  • 18.
    • Factory model
    • Teacher as expert
    • Student is passive isolated learner
    • One conveyor belt for all
    Old Story
  • 19.
    • One right answer (there is a real truth)
    • Scientific method
    • Knowledge is linear, sequential, rational, logical and objective
    • Knowledge can be quantified
    • Predict and control
    • Mastery of the universe
    Old Story - Knowledge
  • 20.
    • Standardization
    • Bell curve
    • Accountability
    • Comparison
    • Competition
    Old Story - Practices
  • 21. Old Story - Values Linear, procedural thinking (Left brain) Competition Objectivity Hierarchy/power Prediction/control Socialization in schools (status quo)
  • 22. Emerging New Story: The 21 st Century School
    • The Emerging Story becomes “ The Story ” at the “ tipping point ”. Social media quickly hastens the tipping point (e.g. Arab Spring)
    Flickr photo by Gwenael Piaser
  • 23.
    • Inquiry-driven, technology-embedded, connected
    • classrooms
    • Project-based learning connected to real life
    • Constructivist classroom
    • Dynamic teacher role
    • Global connections
    • Differentiated and personalized learning and assessment strategies
    New Story Practices
  • 24.
    • Many answers – co-constructed knowledge
    • (Wikipedia)
    • Knowledge is uncertain, indeterminate, subjective, multiple realities (not one truth)
    • Metacognition
    New Story Knowledge
  • 25.
    • Cloud
    • Personalization – Web 3
    • Learning in the collective
    • Personal learning networks
    • Open Source
    • Globalization
    • New Literacies
    New Story Trends
  • 26.
    • Learn – unlearn – relearn
    • Intrinsic motivation
    • Assessment of , for and as learning. (Crowdsourcing)
    • Passion-based learning
    • Challenge-based learning
    New Story Trends
  • 27. New Story Values
    • Open
    • Collaborative
    • Dynamic
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  • 28. New Story Values & The Faculties of Education Our Stories? Our Values? Our Actions?