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A Culture of Participation*
*on an educator’s budget
1970s Television
Tube
Viewer Viewer Viewer
1980s Television
Telly
Viewer Viewer Viewer
buys a
t-shirt
buys a soundtrack buys a
magazine
1990s Television
TV
UK Viewer US Viewer AU Viewer
watches
Baywatch
HK Viewer BR Viewer
2000s Television
TV
UK Viewer US Viewer AU Viewer
HK Viewer BR Viewer
texts the word
VOTE for his
favorite singer
posts to...
2010s Television
Flat-Screen
UK Viewer US Viewer AU Viewer
HK Viewer BR Viewer
blogs about show
and responds to
friends’ p...
1970s Education
Teacher
Student Student Student
takes notes takes notes takes notes
writes
information on
chalkboard
1980s Education
Teacher
Student Student Student
takes notes takes notes takes notes
writes
information on
chalkboard
1990s Education
Teacher
Student Student Student
takes notes takes notes takes notes
writes information on
whiteboard and
s...
2000s Education
Teacher
Student Student Student
Takes notes Takes notes Takes notes
writes information on Smartboard,
show...
2010s Education
Teacher
Student Student Student
takes notes takes notes takes notes
writes information on Smartboard,
show...
directs student learning
with a constantly-updated
e-book so that all
information is current.
2010 Educators’ Fantasy
Faci...
From Education Consumers to
Education Participants
Students as Consumers
• Teacher gives definitions of
angles.
• Students...
From Education Consumers to
Education Participants
Students as Consumers
• Teacher directs students to
write an essay abou...
From Education Consumers to
Education Participants
Students as Consumers
• Teacher gives homework
problems 1 – 20 from pag...
From Education Consumers to
Education Participants
Students as Consumers
• Teacher directs students to
write research pape...
Issues and Solutions
Issue
• Participation Gap: Some
students are ready and able to
do participatory projects, some
lack t...
Issues and Solutions
Issue
• Facilitators lack time to create
curriculum that supports
participation among students.
Solut...
More Issues
Issues
• Schools must have current
multi-media resources
available.
• Classrooms need high-speed
wireless inte...
After centuries of taking notes,
we should have learned something. . .
Questions or comments, email Dianna Hayden at diann...
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  1. 1. A Culture of Participation* *on an educator’s budget
  2. 2. 1970s Television Tube Viewer Viewer Viewer
  3. 3. 1980s Television Telly Viewer Viewer Viewer buys a t-shirt buys a soundtrack buys a magazine
  4. 4. 1990s Television TV UK Viewer US Viewer AU Viewer watches Baywatch HK Viewer BR Viewer
  5. 5. 2000s Television TV UK Viewer US Viewer AU Viewer HK Viewer BR Viewer texts the word VOTE for his favorite singer posts to message boards about favorite actor downloads music from show phones in to vote for favorite dancer buys a magazine with actor on the cover
  6. 6. 2010s Television Flat-Screen UK Viewer US Viewer AU Viewer HK Viewer BR Viewer blogs about show and responds to friends’ posts creates multiple facebook posts about show and monitors feedback comments on the blogs of show contestants and receives feedback from those contestants creates a mini-show spoofing the original work which creates buzz among other grassroots fans creates a website about show
  7. 7. 1970s Education Teacher Student Student Student takes notes takes notes takes notes writes information on chalkboard
  8. 8. 1980s Education Teacher Student Student Student takes notes takes notes takes notes writes information on chalkboard
  9. 9. 1990s Education Teacher Student Student Student takes notes takes notes takes notes writes information on whiteboard and shows a VHS movie
  10. 10. 2000s Education Teacher Student Student Student Takes notes Takes notes Takes notes writes information on Smartboard, shows clips about material, directs students to use the single computer in the corner or to computer lab takes notes takes notes takes notes
  11. 11. 2010s Education Teacher Student Student Student takes notes takes notes takes notes writes information on Smartboard, shows clips about material, directs students to use the single computer in the corner or to computer lab
  12. 12. directs student learning with a constantly-updated e-book so that all information is current. 2010 Educators’ Fantasy Facilitator Student Student Student creates own experiment and analyzes results and distributes information to others. accesses current information, creates and uploads you-tube videos about current events and receives feedback from public. responds to peers’ issues and posts own issues for others to respond; creates a kind of collective intelligence by giving and taking information from classmates guides students to be scientists through project-based learning creates a social network for students so that they can receive immediate feedback
  13. 13. From Education Consumers to Education Participants Students as Consumers • Teacher gives definitions of angles. • Students take notes. • Students take test on angles. Students as Participants • Facilitator gives types of angles students should research. • Students research angles, present meanings and importance to other classmates using any available media source. • Students receive and synthesize feedback from peers to more clearly understand each type of angle. • x
  14. 14. From Education Consumers to Education Participants Students as Consumers • Teacher directs students to write an essay about dogs based on textbook techniques. • Students submit essay. Students as Participants • Facilitator allows students to choose essay topic and secondary delivery method. • Students write essay to verify mechanics. • Students present essay content via youtube video and receive feedback from others.
  15. 15. From Education Consumers to Education Participants Students as Consumers • Teacher gives homework problems 1 – 20 from page 197. • Students do homework, and a few students nervously ask for questions to be answered in class. Students as Participants • Facilitator gives practice problems in class and directs students who have problems to post them on facebook. • Students who have issues with homework, post problems on facebook. • Facilitator and fellow students respond to issues even allowing some students to take the role of teacher or facilitator.
  16. 16. From Education Consumers to Education Participants Students as Consumers • Teacher directs students to write research paper. • Students do research and submit paper. Students as Participants • Facilitator directs students to create a research website which contains the research paper and sources that were reviewed. • Students create website that includes links to their paper and sources, message boards for feedback and discussion from others, and a blog that allows them to write about their setbacks and progress.
  17. 17. Issues and Solutions Issue • Participation Gap: Some students are ready and able to do participatory projects, some lack the ability and the resources. Solution • School District makes resources available to all students. • Facilitator allows technology- savvy students to coach those who are lacking skills.
  18. 18. Issues and Solutions Issue • Facilitators lack time to create curriculum that supports participation among students. Solution • Schools provide technology coaches to help teachers create such participatory curriculum. • Facilitators form teams to share the burden of curriculum creation.
  19. 19. More Issues Issues • Schools must have current multi-media resources available. • Classrooms need high-speed wireless internet connections. • Schools need adequate network drive space. • Schools must maintain student safety while allowing access to all useful websites and social networks. Solutions ?
  20. 20. After centuries of taking notes, we should have learned something. . . Questions or comments, email Dianna Hayden at diannachayden@ufl.edu
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