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Nova Jewish educators
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Nova Jewish educators
Nova Jewish educators
Nova Jewish educators
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Nova Jewish educators

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Lisa Colton presents to NOVA Jewish Educators 11/3/13

Lisa Colton presents to NOVA Jewish Educators 11/3/13

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  1. st 21   CENTURY     LEARNERS   Lisa  Colton   President,  Darim  Online   Chief  Learning  Officer,  See3  Communica;ons   lisa@darimonline.org   Twi@er:      @darimonline       SLIDES:  h@p://bit.ly/jnova13   HASHTAG:  #JED21    
  2. What  do  we  want  for  the  next  genera;on,  and  our  own  kids?  
  3. The  Plan   1.  2.  3.  4.  What’s  Changed?  Everything.   Social  Influence   Where  &  How  To  Make  Meaning   Role  of  Educator  
  4. #1.    What’s  Changed?  
  5. #1.    What’s  Changed?  Everything.  
  6. Hyper  Global                                      Hyper  Local  
  7. Different   RelaBonship     with  InformaBon  
  8. #2  Social  Influence  on  IdenBty     Jewish   Enrichment   Center,  IL:   Sh’ma   curriculum  +   QR  Codes   displayed  in   the  hallway    
  9. The  difference  8   years  makes:   Announcement  of   new  Pope.       “We  shape   our  tools  and   our  tools   shape  us.”     -­‐  Marshal   McLuhan    
  10. Design  for  Peer  Influence:  Ripples   Three  stages  of  social  influence:       •  Compliance  is  when  people  appear  to  agree  with  others,   but  actually  keep  their  dissen;ng  opinions  private.     •  IdenBficaBon  is  when  people  are  influenced  by  someone   who  is  liked  and  respected,  such  as  celebri;es  or  ads.     •  InternalizaBon  involves  the  integra;on  of  abtudes,   values,  standards  and  the  opinions  of  others  into  one's   own  iden;ty  or  sense  of  self.   DESIGN  FOR  SOCIAL,  MULTIDIRECTIONAL,  INTEGRATED  
  11. #3  Where  and  How  Do  We  Make  Meaning?  
  12. #3  Where  and  How  Do  We  Make  Meaning?  
  13. Pass  Back  GeneraBon   •  h@p://joanganzcooneycenter.org/Press-­‐Releases-­‐50.html   •  h@p://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/144/a-­‐is-­‐for-­‐app.html  
  14. Producers  vs  Consumers  
  15. Self   Expression:   BitStrip     Sample:  Parshiot     Iden;ty:   Own  dilemmas,   family  history,   etc.      
  16. #4  Role  of  the  Educator:   Till  the  Soil  &  Nurture  
  17. Kehillah     is  the     Curriculum     Real  =   Authen;c   h@p://ejewishphilanthropy.com/the-­‐kehilla-­‐is-­‐the-­‐curriculum  
  18. John Fitch’s Steam Engine
  19. John Fitch’s Steam Engine
  20. Breakouts     Further  discussion  &   applica;on  to  your  work,   and  a  few  more  Poll   Everywhere  ques;ons!     Reconvene  here  at  11:25!  

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