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Design: last year I said get visual ...
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Why should kids care about learning?
Why should kids care about mathematics?
Why should kids care about mathematics?job skills, needs of scienceand technology                      One Of These Button...
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Why should kids care about mathematics?                                 curiosity                                   beauty...
Why kids should care about learning.Bubbles / Andrey Zhukov / CC BY-NC 2.0
Design: last year I said get visual ...... now I want to tell you about stories
What’s your personal narrative ...
What’s your personal narrative ...           in 4 slides?
Can “fun” change behaviour for the better?
nounDesign
Designverb
The Coyote as a designerRoad Runner: Willy Coyote contro Beep-Beep
Road Runner: Willy Coyote contro Beep-Beep
Tim Hartford on trial and error
I think reckless curiosity would be what the world needs now.                     Andrew Bird                     Andrew B...
le ss cur iosity?                      ning for reck     e desi   gn learcan w                     Play & Learn           ...
</design>
<presentations>
Hypnotizing Chickens    a pre-modern presentation
Hypnotizing Chickens     a modern presentation
Hypnotizing Chickens    a post-modern presentation                                                        Little chicken b...
Why “Hypnotizing Chickens”?
avoid ... Death By PowerPoint
Dave Olson / kris krüg / http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/
Dave Olson / kris krüg / http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/
I Lied To Danielhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcTtD50GcxY
Friday of Wrath - 28 January, 2011 - Part 15: Qasr El Nile Bridgehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1ZsTOu_7Zs
bride has massive Hair Wig Out (ORIGINAL)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nFDnC8SSWQ
One World
One World
Bonnie Bassler teaches biology
Bonnie Bassler @ TED
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                #slides 5
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                #slides 5                uses a “black slide” (so really 6 slides)
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                #slides 5                uses a “black slide” (so really 6 slides)                time...
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                 Simplifies complex ideas
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                 Simplifies complex ideas                 Unexpected bacteria vrs human
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                 Simplifies complex ideas                 Unexpected bacteria vrs human                ...
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                 Simplifies complex ideas                 Unexpected bacteria vrs human                ...
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                 Simplifies complex ideas                 Unexpected bacteria vrs human                ...
Bonnie Bassler @ TED                 Simplifies complex ideas                 Unexpected bacteria vrs human                ...
SimpleUnexpectedCredibleConcreteEmotionalStoriess
If you can’t explain it simply, youdon’t understand it well enough.
Eric Berlow: How Complexity Leads to Simplicity
</presentations>
<teaching>
A Pedagogical Framework               x                   =
Three (practices and) principles
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Studentsʼ Errors and Misconceptions(Principle 1)          Based on Previous LearningStudents come to the classroom with co...
Understanding requires factual knowledge                                and conceptual frameworks                The Knowl...
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A Pedagogical Framework               x                   =
Short Term Assignments
the      flickr®        assignment                     76
an Amazing Story of Sharing
What is descriptive language, and why is it important to         your writing? (Brooksies Symbolic)
WHAT IM READING NOW / Chris / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
WHAT IM READING NOW / Chris / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Analogy is the motorof the car of thought.                   untitled / null0 / CC BY 2.0
analogy:thinking :: motor:car                      untitled / null0 / CC BY 2.0
How can we use analogical thinking to drive our students thought?
How can we use analogical thinking to drive our students thought?              Share one rich analogy.
How can we use analogical thinking to drive our students thought?              Share one rich analogy.                    ...
What does Pi sound like?
</teaching>
<learning>
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Storytellingcontextualizes   learning
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Slides from a presentation at the Building Learning Communities Conference in Boston, MA. 29 July 2011.

(A major redefinition of an earlier presentation: Design Matters!).

A practical exploration of the intersection between visual design, presentation design and instructional design. Every day, several times a day, teachers everywhere are called upon to educate, entertain, elucidate, enlighten and maintain attention and amongst their students. With the advent of interactive white boards and/or video projectors in classrooms everywhere, the intersection of these skills is fast becoming a centrepiece of an educators toolkit. This workshop will model and illustrate concrete ways in which teachers can incorporate these skills into their pedagogical practice.

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  1. 1. De Ma sig still tte n rs! ropatwa Da rren Ku ropatwa 2.0 u BY NC-SA .me/dkeira / CCm-munities about ndoinlvg Co Fernrn i ng L e aa S 1 uigltdeiSunset n, 29 July 201 / Bhin hWatc BostoWatching the Sunset / Fernando Silveira / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  2. 2. <design>
  3. 3. Design: last year I said get visual ...
  4. 4. Robie House
  5. 5. gton D C metro stationWashin
  6. 6. "Grand Design" Spiral Galaxy M81
  7. 7. e si gnD Robie House
  8. 8. e si gn Dfunct ional Robie House
  9. 9. e si gn Dfunct ional intentional Robie House
  10. 10. e si gn Dfunct ional intentional beautifu l Robie House
  11. 11. Why should kids care about learning?
  12. 12. Why should kids care about mathematics?
  13. 13. Why should kids care about mathematics?job skills, needs of scienceand technology One Of These Buttons Will Get Me Out Of Here / Bart / CC BY-NC 2.0
  14. 14. Why should kids care about mathematics? job skills, needs of science and technology essential understanding to be a responsible citizenGirly Giggles / Trent McBride / CC BY-NC 2.0Note: only 48 stars! / David Zeuthen / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  15. 15. Why should kids care about mathematics? job skills, needs of science and technology essential understanding to be a responsible citizenGirly Giggles / Trent McBride / CC BY-NC 2.0Note: only 48 stars! / David Zeuthen / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  16. 16. Why should kids care about mathematics? job skills, needs of science and technology curiosity beautyessential understanding to play be a responsible citizen and transcendence
  17. 17. Why should kids care about mathematics? curiosity beautyessential understanding to play be a responsible citizen and transcendence
  18. 18. Why kids should care about learning.Bubbles / Andrey Zhukov / CC BY-NC 2.0
  19. 19. Design: last year I said get visual ...... now I want to tell you about stories
  20. 20. What’s your personal narrative ...
  21. 21. What’s your personal narrative ... in 4 slides?
  22. 22. Can “fun” change behaviour for the better?
  23. 23. nounDesign
  24. 24. Designverb
  25. 25. The Coyote as a designerRoad Runner: Willy Coyote contro Beep-Beep
  26. 26. Road Runner: Willy Coyote contro Beep-Beep
  27. 27. Tim Hartford on trial and error
  28. 28. I think reckless curiosity would be what the world needs now. Andrew Bird Andrew Bird / Guus Krol / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
  29. 29. le ss cur iosity? ning for reck e desi gn learcan w Play & Learn learn by flickr user Mark Brannan http://www.flickr.com/photos/heycoach/1197947341/ Play! by flickr user Matteo Angelino http://www.flickr.com/photos/angelinux/2775107421/
  30. 30. </design>
  31. 31. <presentations>
  32. 32. Hypnotizing Chickens a pre-modern presentation
  33. 33. Hypnotizing Chickens a modern presentation
  34. 34. Hypnotizing Chickens a post-modern presentation Little chicken by flickr user Lovro67 http://www.flickr.com/photos/30978323@N02/3755800512/
  35. 35. Why “Hypnotizing Chickens”?
  36. 36. avoid ... Death By PowerPoint
  37. 37. Dave Olson / kris krüg / http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/
  38. 38. Dave Olson / kris krüg / http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/
  39. 39. I Lied To Danielhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcTtD50GcxY
  40. 40. Friday of Wrath - 28 January, 2011 - Part 15: Qasr El Nile Bridgehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1ZsTOu_7Zs
  41. 41. bride has massive Hair Wig Out (ORIGINAL)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nFDnC8SSWQ
  42. 42. One World
  43. 43. One World
  44. 44. Bonnie Bassler teaches biology
  45. 45. Bonnie Bassler @ TED
  46. 46. Bonnie Bassler @ TED #slides 5
  47. 47. Bonnie Bassler @ TED #slides 5 uses a “black slide” (so really 6 slides)
  48. 48. Bonnie Bassler @ TED #slides 5 uses a “black slide” (so really 6 slides) time taken 1min 37 sec
  49. 49. Bonnie Bassler @ TED Simplifies complex ideas
  50. 50. Bonnie Bassler @ TED Simplifies complex ideas Unexpected bacteria vrs human
  51. 51. Bonnie Bassler @ TED Simplifies complex ideas Unexpected bacteria vrs human Credible (Dr. Bassler)
  52. 52. Bonnie Bassler @ TED Simplifies complex ideas Unexpected bacteria vrs human Credible (Dr. Bassler) Concrete (bacteria)
  53. 53. Bonnie Bassler @ TED Simplifies complex ideas Unexpected bacteria vrs human Credible (Dr. Bassler) Concrete (bacteria) Emotional (passion & laughter)
  54. 54. Bonnie Bassler @ TED Simplifies complex ideas Unexpected bacteria vrs human Credible (Dr. Bassler) Concrete (bacteria) Emotional (passion & laughter) Story (wanna know how it ends?)
  55. 55. SimpleUnexpectedCredibleConcreteEmotionalStoriess
  56. 56. If you can’t explain it simply, youdon’t understand it well enough.
  57. 57. Eric Berlow: How Complexity Leads to Simplicity
  58. 58. </presentations>
  59. 59. <teaching>
  60. 60. A Pedagogical Framework x =
  61. 61. Three (practices and) principles
  62. 62. Three (practices and) principles
  63. 63. Studentsʼ Errors and Misconceptions(Principle 1) Based on Previous LearningStudents come to the classroom with conceptions of numbers grounded intheir whole-number learning that lead them astray in the world of rationalnumbers; e.g. multiplying always makes numbers bigger. x = Teachers must engage studentsʼ preconceptions
  64. 64. Understanding requires factual knowledge and conceptual frameworks The Knowledge Network:(Principle 2) New Concepts and New Applications
  65. 65. 34
  66. 66. 0.753/4 3:4 3 4 $0.75 75%
  67. 67. 0.753/4 3:4 3 4 $0.75 75%
  68. 68. 0.753/4 3:4 3 4 $0.75 75%
  69. 69. 0.753/4 3:4 3 4 $0.75 75%
  70. 70. 0.753/4 3:4 3 4 $0.75 75%
  71. 71. kn owl edge isn’t s in our head een us ’s b etw it David Weinberger Everything is Miscellaneous
  72. 72. Principle 3Learning is facilitated through theuse of metacognitive strategies ... A metacognitive approach enables student self-monitoring
  73. 73. eror analysis
  74. 74. Find the error ...
  75. 75. community
  76. 76. community
  77. 77. A Pedagogical Framework x =
  78. 78. Short Term Assignments
  79. 79. the flickr® assignment 76
  80. 80. an Amazing Story of Sharing
  81. 81. What is descriptive language, and why is it important to your writing? (Brooksies Symbolic)
  82. 82. WHAT IM READING NOW / Chris / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  83. 83. WHAT IM READING NOW / Chris / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  84. 84. Analogy is the motorof the car of thought. untitled / null0 / CC BY 2.0
  85. 85. analogy:thinking :: motor:car untitled / null0 / CC BY 2.0
  86. 86. How can we use analogical thinking to drive our students thought?
  87. 87. How can we use analogical thinking to drive our students thought? Share one rich analogy.
  88. 88. How can we use analogical thinking to drive our students thought? Share one rich analogy. tweet it & tag it: #designmatters
  89. 89. What does Pi sound like?
  90. 90. </teaching>
  91. 91. <learning>
  92. 92. Principle 6 The practices and activities in which people engage while learning shape what is learned. from NAP: Learning and Understanding
  93. 93. enc oun le y ltip ly b con ter ing tex mu n the in t is o ts t sam und hat e de work I ers stu den p tan ee ts c ad the din go f an con lop at ve ce p t ep t ncco
  94. 94. Storytellingcontextualizes learning
  95. 95. C O N TA C T Darren Kuropatwa about.me/dkuropatwa or txt: dkuropatwa to: 50500 <end> 2.0 C-SA C BY-N ei ra / C o Silv r nand t / Fe Sunse hing theWatcWatching the Sunset / Fernando Silveira / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
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