Brave New World-Wide-Web

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http://pairadimes.davidtruss.com/do-not-go-quietly-into-your-classroom/ "Do not go quietly into your classroom."
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Brave New World-Wide-Web

  1. A Brave New World-Wide-Web
  2. A Brave New World-Wide-Web "Community, Identity, Stability" - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, Ch. 1
  3. Alec Couros http://www.scribd.com/doc/3363/DissertationCourosFINAL06WebVersion
  4. Alec Couros http://www.scribd.com/doc/3363/DissertationCourosFINAL06WebVersion I was here.
  5. Alec Couros http://www.scribd.com/doc/3363/DissertationCourosFINAL06WebVersion
  6. Alec Couros http://www.scribd.com/doc/3363/DissertationCourosFINAL06WebVersion Now I’m here.
  7. 9 days ago, Kim invited me into a seminar happening at a conference in Thailand.
  8. 9 days ago, Kim invited me into a seminar happening at a conference in Thailand. 5 days ago, Derrall gave me tech support over Skype & Ustream, from California.
  9. 9 days ago, Kim invited me into a seminar happening in a conference in Thailand. 5 days ago, Derrall gave me tech support over Skype & Ustream, from California. 2 days ago, Darren ran an Open Pro-D session with a classroom of teachers in Utah.
  10. 9 days ago, Kim invited me into a seminar happening in a conference in Thailand. 5 days ago, Derrall gave me tech support over Skype & Ustream, from California. 2 days ago, Darren ran an Open Pro-D session with a classroom of teachers in Utah.
  11. And I never left the suburbs of Vancouver.
  12. It makes you pause and wonder…
  13. It makes you pause and wonder… Would students benefit from this kind of learning?
  14. Jeff Utecht http://www.thethinkingstick.com/?p=619
  15. Jeff Utecht http://www.thethinkingstick.com/?p=619 Wow, I can make thought bubbles!
  16.  
  17. Don’t believe me?
  18. Don’t believe me? Let’s have a competition!
  19. Don’t believe me? Let’s have a competition! But here are the rules…
  20. Danita Russel via Durff’s Blog http://durffsblog.blogspot.com/2007/04/web-10-or-0995dani.html I will use a laptop and you will use paper and pencil.
  21. Danita Russel via Durff’s Blog http://durffsblog.blogspot.com/2007/04/web-10-or-0995dani.html Are you ready?
  22. I will access up-to-date information - you have a textbook that is 5 years old.
  23. I will immediately know when I misspell a word - you have to wait until it’s graded.
  24. I will learn how to care for technology by using it – you will read about it.
  25. I will see math problems in 3D – you will do the odd problems.
  26. I will see math problems in 3D – you will do the odd problems. I will create artwork and poetry and share it with the world – you will share yours with the class.
  27. I will see math problems in 3D – you will do the odd problems. I will create artwork and poetry and share it with the world – you will share yours with the class. I will have 24/7 access – you have the entire class period.
  28. I will see math problems in 3D – you will do the odd problems. I will create artwork and poetry and share it with the world – you will share yours with the class. I will have 24/7 access – you have the entire class period. I will access the most dynamic information – yours will be printed and photocopied.
  29. I will communicate with leaders and experts using email – you will wait for Friday’s speaker.
  30. I will communicate with leaders and experts using email – you will wait for Friday’s speaker. I will select my learning style – you will use the teacher’s favorite learning style.
  31. I will communicate with leaders and experts using email – you will wait for Friday’s speaker. I will select my learning style – you will use the teacher’s favorite learning style. I will collaborate with my peers from around the world – you will collaborate with peers in your classroom.
  32. I will communicate with leaders and experts using email – you will wait for Friday’s speaker. I will select my learning style – you will use the teacher’s favorite learning style. I will collaborate with my peers from around the world – you will collaborate with peers in your classroom. I will take my learning as far as I want – you must wait for the rest of the class.
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  34. Can you teach without technology?
  35. Can you teach without technology? Yes, but why would you want to?
  36. Blogging
  37. From Cynthia, “ I learned more by sharing than by searching.” From Mona, “ You actually get to learn with each other and help others learn.” From Michael, “ I really liked the use of blogs and forums for this project. It really keeps everyone connected even outside of school.”
  38. From me: Vanja both wanted, and demanded a learning conversation . For me it was wonderful to see a student expecting more from her peers , or should I say, from her community of learners .
  39. Wiki’s http://sciencealive.wikispaces.com/
  40. "I thought this was a great project because it was always fun, and when you needed inspiration, it was easy to just click on someone else’s page, and see all the neat stuff that they’ve done, and then it makes you want to make your page just as good.”
  41. Learning is messy,
  42. Learning is messy, Sometimes…. I let technology supersede pedagogy.
  43. Learning is messy, Sometimes…. The technology didn’t work.
  44. Learning is messy, Sometimes…. Things moved very slowly.
  45. Learning is messy, … but digital texts changes things. Students will edit more, link more, seek more sources, be reflective, read each others work, comment more, question more, and challenge each other.
  46. So my challenge to you…
  47. Do not go quietly into your classroom
  48. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles.
  49. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world)
  50. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world) Collaborate
  51. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world) Collaborate Reflect
  52. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world) Collaborate Reflect Share
  53. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world) Collaborate Reflect Share Inquire
  54. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world) Collaborate Reflect Share Inquire Lead
  55. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world) Collaborate Reflect Share Inquire Lead Learn
  56. Do not go quietly into your classroom See the opportunities rather than the obstacles. Network (with the world) Collaborate Reflect Share Inquire Lead Learn Engage Be brave!
  57. David Truss 1/25/08 Do Not Go Quietly into Your Classroom

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