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This is a presentation I gave to the heads of schools at the Quebec Association of Independent Schools in April of 2012. My thinking has evolved since then and you can read about it at …

This is a presentation I gave to the heads of schools at the Quebec Association of Independent Schools in April of 2012. My thinking has evolved since then and you can read about it at http://www.yourlearningcurve.com/2013/07/networks-power-with-vs-power-over.html. Basically, I am advocating using the power structure of networks over that of a hierarchy to spearhead change in school culture. Power with is more effective than power over for authentic change.

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  • 1. Connected Administrators Network Nodes in the 21st Century @dabambic www.yourlearningcurve.com
  • 2. Our ExperienCe of the world depends on the type of networks we inhabit
  • 3. The Beginning of My Transformation
  • 4. My Humble Pie: I was not leading the pedagogical parade.
  • 5. Abundance beyond your wildest dreams!
  • 6. Twitter, Serendipity, & New Networks
  • 7. dkuropatwa on Flickr
  • 8. Heather Reisman Founder & CEO of Indigo with the KOBO 46% market penetration Top selling e- reader "Innovate & collaborate"
  • 9. verbeeldingskr8 flicker stream CHALLENGE OF THE DIGITAL AGE EDUCATION'S PERFECT STORM
  • 10. Kibuyu's Flickr stream NETWORKS ARE HARD WIRED INTO HUMAN BEINGS - SHARED EVOLUTIONARY PATH
  • 11. Mike G. Ottawa Flickr Simplest networks dyads and families
  • 12. verbeeldingskr8 flickr stream Linear networks - bucket brigades
  • 13. Telephone Trees or Ponzi Schemes: Same Two Ties with Different Pattern
  • 14. Milgram's 6 Degrees of Separation
  • 15. 3 Degrees of Influence
  • 16. Obesity in Social Networks(video link)
  • 17. The Strength of Weak Ties
  • 18. Causes of Contagion: Induction verbeeldingskr8 Flickr
  • 19. HOMOPHILY mmwm Flickr
  • 20. CONFOUNDING personal training corpus christi on Flickr
  • 21. Dynamic Spread of Happiness
  • 22. The Network of Ties Can Create Diamonds parl Flickr jurvetson Flickr
  • 23. Nature's Superorganism(video link) See Physicist Giorgio Parisi explanation
  • 24. Michael Heiss Flickr A Network's Emergent Properties The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts
  • 25. Unhealthy School Networks(video link)
  • 26. NETWORKS AMPLIFY
  • 27. FIVE RULES OF NETWORKS 1. We shape networks by the ties we make. 2. Our networks shape us. 3. Our friends affect us. 4. Our friends' friends' friend affects us. 5. The network has a life of its own.
  • 28. SCHOOL HEAD, HEART OR NETWORK NODE?
  • 29. Learning to write with Twitter (link to YouTube video)
  • 30. dkuropatwa Flickr
  • 31. From Serendipity to Probability Innovate & Collaborate
  • 32. Social Bookmarking - Diigo "A curator is an expert learner. Instead of dispensing knowledge, she creates spaces in which knowledge can be created, explored and connected." - George Siemens founder of Connectivism; a learning theory
  • 33. Powerful leaders use the network to make diamonds from graphite
  • 34. Some Mind Shapers Albert László- Barabasi Linked Nicholas Christakis & James Fowler Connected David Weinberger Too Big to Know George Siemens Connectivism