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  • 6X5 grid, front of the classroom, teacher desk,
  • 6X5 grid, front of the classroom, teacher desk,
  • 6X5 grid, front of the classroom, teacher desk,
  • [twitter] Paint stuff. A lot of stuff. See IdeaPaint. http://www.ideapaint.com [/twitter]
  • ANYDEVICE: Not a commercial for apple, ipad, MacBook Pro, and iPhone. Tech Rich, Tech enabled, Policy? Technolust of the iPad, what do you want learning to look like? Equity issues? Tools give you access to a flexible space, nimble and agile.
  • 144 from 76 million in 2009
  • 16 million kids up from 6 million in 2009.
  • Education up to 20 year olds, concentration 5-15 years, see original data for specific information.
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    • 1. Habits and Habitats:Re-envisioning Learning Spaces
    • 2. David Jakes…
    • 3. A New Lens…Mission and Vision
    • 4. A New Lens…Mission and Vision
    • 5. Current Reality, Vision, Gaps, Strategies…
    • 6. Every classroom should bespaces where “children proveanything is possible” on a regularbasis.” Will Richardson
    • 7. Image from AllanKaplan, Flickr Attribution Only
    • 8. What do you want learning to look like?
    • 9. What do you want learning to look like?
    • 10. CommunicationCollaborationCritical ThinkingCreativityCitizenship
    • 11. AnytimeAnyplaceAnyoneAny pathAny device
    • 12. Communication AnytimeCollaboration AnyplaceCritical Thinking AnyoneCreativity Any pathCitizenship Any device
    • 13. Do you have the spaces to support that?
    • 14. FormFollowsFunction…
    • 15. I need learning spaces that are :FlexibleAgileAdaptiveIntentionalInterconnectedTechnological
    • 16. Design informs Intent…
    • 17. Where are yourLearning Surfaces?
    • 18. Repurpose traditional non-learningspaces into non-traditional learning spaces
    • 19. Image from AllanKaplan, Flickr Attribution Only
    • 20. Image from AllanKaplan, Flickr Attribution Only
    • 21. From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
    • 22. From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
    • 23. From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
    • 24. From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
    • 25. Image from youmediachicago.com
    • 26. How do youdesign a physical space for a virtual education? Ira Socol
    • 27. Data from http://www.kzero.co.uk
    • 28. Data from http://www.kzero.co.uk
    • 29. MOOC: Massive Open Online Course
    • 30. Digital Space synchronous formal Physical SpaceLearning Space (Classroom) informal Core Skills Physical Space asynchronous (Classroom) New Context
    • 31. Knowledge CommonsCourse StudentLearning LearningSpace Space(Moodle) (Google Apps) Physical Learning Space
    • 32. In 2011, spaces for learning areMULTI-DIMENSIONAL
    • 33. “The challenge is to find a way to marry structure and freedom to create something altogether new…” Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown A New Culture of Learning
    • 34. About the presenter: David Jakes has been an educator for 26 years. A former scienceteacher, Jakes now serves as an Instructional Technology Coordinator for GlenbrookSouth High School, in Glenview, IL. He can be reached at dsjakes@gmail.com and hispresentation resources can be found at jakes.editme.com