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The rapid changes in technology and information have presented major challenges to the U.S. education system. This presentation, given by DeShaunda Gooden Warner at Pearson Digital Learning's 2009 ...

The rapid changes in technology and information have presented major challenges to the U.S. education system. This presentation, given by DeShaunda Gooden Warner at Pearson Digital Learning's 2009 Pacific District Executive Forum on March 10, 2009, explores the growing role of technology and 21st century skills in the world today and the importance of ensuring that both transformative technology and new literacies are integrated into the today's classrooms in equitable and pedagogically sound ways in order to close the growing divide between U.S. students and their international peers. (Part 1 of 2)

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  • Explain these rules: no talking; everyone is to close their eyes throughout the exercise and listen closely to the directions that will be given; everyone is to follow the directions exactly. When everyone's eyes are closed, read the directions below slowly and carefully. If any one asks for clarification or opens their eyes to see what to do, remind them sternly of the rules of no talking and eyes closed. Simply re-read the last direction and continue on. 1. Fold your paper in half and tear off the bottom right corner of the paper. (Pause to allow the group to do this.) 2. Fold the paper in half again and tear off the upper right hand corner. (Pause) 3. Fold the paper in half again and tear off the lower left hand corner. (Pause) 4. Open your eyes, unfold you paper and hold it up for all to see. These directions produce many different patterns, depending on the choices one makes at each "fold in half" point. Source: The Systems Thinking Playbook, Sweeney & Meadows (2008).

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