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    • 1. Beyond the Web 2.0 Hype: Focusing on What Really Matters
      David Jakes
    • 2. Today…
      jakes.editme.com
      nyscate.ning.com
    • 3.
    • 4.
    • 5.
    • 6. Everything.
    • 7. What does it mean to be well-educated…in the 21st Century?.
    • 8. Facebook: 200 million/2.6 billion
      Blogs: 133/346 million
      Twitter: 1.1 Billion/3 million
      Flickr: 4 Billion
      Wikipedia: 10 million articles
      YouTube: 100 million videos, 1 million dollars a day, 4 years of content in a single day
    • 9.
    • 10. “Any medium sufficiently powerful to enable the distribution of cute cat pictures can also, under the right circumstances, be deployed to bring down a government.”
      Ethan Zuckermann
    • 11. What will be possible for this child?
      Image from Flickr: aaronfreimark
    • 12.
    • 13.
    • 14.
    • 15. Data from http://www.kzero.co.uk click
    • 16.
    • 17.
    • 18.
    • 19.
    • 20. Urbanspoon Scope iPhoneAugmented Reality
      From the NY Times
    • 21. Wikitude
    • 22.
    • 23.
    • 24.
    • 25.
    • 26.
    • 27. These technologies are disruptive…
    • 28. The businesses are asking: “how do we monetize this?”
      The youth are asking: “how do we hang out here?”
      The nonprofits are asking: “how do we use this for social change?”
      The designers are asking: “how do we facilitate interaction?”
      The politicians are asking: “how do we get elected with this?”
      The educators are asking: “how do we teach with this?”
      Adapted from Emergent by Design
    • 29. Everyone has their ideas…
    • 30. NET-S, T, and A
      Partnership for 21st Century Skills
      Horizon Report
      School 2.0
      KnowledgeWorks 2020 Forecast
      ACOT-Today
      CoSN
      NSTA
      NSF
      NCTE
      MIT New Media
      click
    • 31. Web 2.0
      School 2.0
      Library 2.0
      Student 2.0
      Teaching 2.0
      21st Century Skills
      21st Century Literacy
      21st Century Fluency
    • 32. Students: 1.0? 2.0? What do you think?
    • 33.
    • 34. Do we a gap to negotiate?
    • 35.
    • 36. "We have committed to synergistically fashion high-quality products so that we may collaboratively provide access to inexpensive leadership skills in order to solve business problems“
      "Our challenge is to assertively network economically sound methods of empowerment so that we may continually negotiate performance based infrastructures"
      From the Dilbert.com Mission Statement Generator
      From the Dilbert Mission Statement Generator
    • 37. Are there new literacies?
    • 38. “The internet has introduced us to a world in which we can communicate with each other in a wide variety of media. Where formally we could only talk and sing to each other, now we can create videos, author animations, link to videos and images and cartoons, and more, mix and match these in a complex open-ended vocabulary. “
    • 39. “The internet has introduced us to a world in which we can communicate with each other in a wide variety of media. Where formally we could only talk and sing to each other, now we can create videos, author animations, link to videos and images and cartoons, and more, mix and match these in a complex open-ended vocabulary. “
    • 40. “What it means to be literate in such an information age is fundamentally distinct from the literacy of the 3Rs, and teaching new literacy an evolving challenge for those of us still struggling to learn it.”
      Stephen Downes
    • 41. Do you see the Internet (and Web 2.0) as “a context in which to read, write, and communicate?”
      Leu et. al 2009
      “Being literate in a real-world sense means being able to read and write using the media forms of the day, whatever they may be…” Jason Ohler
    • 42. How do we rethink the dimensions of schools?
    • 43. How do we rethink the dimensions of learning spaces?
    • 44. Digital Space
      synchronous
      formal
      Physical Space
      (Classroom)
      Learning Space
      informal
      Core Skills
      Physical Space (Classroom)
      asynchronous
      New Context
    • 45. What happens when learning spaces become permeable?
    • 46. Goal 2: Incorporate new and evolving technologies that support the development of literacy.
      Adapted from the Science Leadership Academy Philadelphia, PA
      used with permission
    • 47. A question…
      Given those core skills, what attributes run horizontally across all core skills?
    • 48.
    • 49. Communication
    • 50. Communication
      Critical Thinking
    • 51. Communication
      Critical Thinking
      Collaboration
    • 52. Communication
      Critical Thinking
      Collaboration
      Creativity
    • 53. Communication
      Critical Thinking
      Collaboration
      Creativity
      Citizenship
    • 54.
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    • 60.
    • 61.
    • 62.
    • 63.
    • 64.
    • 65.
    • 66. Course
      Learning Space
      (Moodle)
      Student
      Learning Space
      (Google Apps)
    • 67. AP Biology
    • 68. Japanese Metacourse
    • 69.
    • 70.
    • 71. LibGuides
    • 72. Everything.
    • 73. Our students bring raw skills…it is our responsibility to shape those skills…
    • 74. …into the habits and dispositions that will last a lifetime .
    • 75. Begin the literacy discussion…this isn’t about tools.
    • 76. What is your vision of the types of skills need to be well-educated in the 21st Century?
    • 77. “What is the worst consequence of your best idea?”
      Chris Lehmann
    • 78. Think systemic!

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