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Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
Our Students -- Our Worlds
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Our Students -- Our Worlds

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These are the slides for a presentation for the Council of Chief State School Officers in Portland, ME, July 29, 2007 -- delivered by David Warlick

These are the slides for a presentation for the Council of Chief State School Officers in Portland, ME, July 29, 2007 -- delivered by David Warlick

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  • 1. Our Students Our Worlds 2007 CCSSO Summer Institute
  • 2. Extra Resources http://handouts.davidwarlick.com/ Second Life: http://landmark-project.com/sl/ Blogger tags: millennials & warlick http://landmark-project.com/
  • 3. A Perfect Education
    • Workforce that can work in…
    • Straight rows
    • Performing repetitive tasks
    • Under close supervision
  • 4. For the first time in history Our job as educators Is to prepare our children For a future That We can not clearly describe.
  • 5.
    • Did you know that …If Wal-Mart was a country, it would now be China's eighth-biggest trading partner…?
    • Did you know that …UPS ships 13.5 million packages a day… At any given moment, 2% of the world's GDP is in the back of a UPS delivery truck?
    Friedman, Thomas L. The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century . New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2005. Why are we outsourcing all of this manufacturing? What do I need to know, to be able to facilitate this kind of supply chain?
  • 6.
    • Did you know that … in 2003, Chinese students graduating with engineering degrees represented 46% of all graduates. In the US it was only 5%.
    • Almost half of NASA’s 18,146 employees are over 50 years old.
    • NASA Employees over the age of 60 out number those under 30
      • By a margin of 3 to 1
  • 7. Richard Florida says…
    • Lose 500,000 manufacturing jobs
    • Gain 200,000 Science & Engineering jobs
    • 400,000 creative arts jobs (visual arts, music, drama, culture, & entertainment)
    Florida, Richard. The Flight of the Creative Class. New York: HarperCollins, 2004.
  • 8. He’s not investing in the technology! He’s investing in the Story!
  • 9. Our Children are Different
    • They were born after
    • The Reagan era
    • The Persian Gulf War
    • The walkman
    • Most of them were born after
    • The breakup of the Soviet Union
    • Tiananmen Square
    • Compact Discs had been around for a decade.
    • They have never
    • Played Pac Man or Pong
    • Listened to an 8-track
    • Purchased a vinyl album
    • Seen a TV with less than 100 channels
    • Heard “Where’s the Beef?”, “I’d walk a mile for a camel”, or “de plane, de plane.”
    They’re Smart & Connected and very few have any formative recollection of the 20th century
  • 10. A Story from a Techie
    • Children believe that “…everything is clickable, even their parents.”
    Khosla, Vinod.&quot;ITConversations.&quot; Vinod Khosla: In Conversations with John Battelle. Web 2.0 Conference, San Francisco. 5 Oct 2005. Audio Archive. 25 Nov 2005 <http://www.itconversations.com/shows/detail796.html>. Vinod Khosla Founding CEO of Sun Microsystems
  • 11. David Warlick • The Landmark Project • http://handouts.davidwarlick.com/
  • 12. David Warlick • The Landmark Project • http://handouts.davidwarlick.com/
  • 13. :Sry u didn’t c him? :No lol :I lmao :wombat :bb? :224 W aste o f M oney B rains a nd T ime
  • 14.
    • Got Game by John Beck & Mitchell Wade
    • The Kids are Alright: How the Gamer Generation is Changing the Workplace by John Beck & Mitchell Wade
    • What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy by James Paul Gee
    • Don't Bother Me Mom--I'm Learning! By Marc Prensky
    • How Computer Games Help Children Learn By David Williamson Shaffer
  • 15. Machinima
  • 16. We see information as a product They see information as a raw material Duss, Leslie. &quot;Reading.JPG.&quot; Leslie Duss' Photostream. 21 Mar 2006. 28 Jul 2007 <http://flickr.com/photos/leslieduss/150799155/>. Harris, Steve. &quot;Always Here.&quot; Steveharris' Photostream. 9 Sep 2006. 28 Jul 2007 <http://flickr.com/photos/sharris/238772338/>.
  • 17. Web 1.0 I N F O R M A T I O N ?
  • 18. Web 2.0 http://digg.com
  • 19. Web 2.0 http://wikipedia.org/
  • 20. Web 2.0 Davis, Matthew. &quot;Congress 'Made Wikipedia Changes'.&quot; BBCNews 9 Feb 2006 12 Nov 2006 <http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/4695376.stm>.
  • 21. Heidigoseek, &quot;AADL - New Books.&quot; Heidigoseek's Photostream . 20 Mar 2006. 13 Nov 2006 <http://flickr.com/photos/heidigoseek/115581765/>. Althouse, Ann. &quot;September 11th News.&quot; Ann Althouse's Photostream . 11 Sep 2005. 13 Nov 2006 <http://flickr.com/photos/althouse/42300120/>.
  • 22. What does it mean to be literate today?
    • Reading?
    • Arithmetic?
    • Writing?
  • 23. Anderson, Chris. &quot;The Long Tail.&quot; WIRED Magazine Oct 2004. 17 Mar 2005 <http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/12.10/tail.html>. The Long Tail
  • 24.
    • Student bloggers…
      • Feel part of a global community,
      • Exhibit a sense of responsibility,
      • Are empowered learners, particularly special needs students.
    Blogging has given my six and seven-year olds a window to the world. They see themselves as part of a global community --a community that shares ... This international audience gives my students a purpose and they are motivated to do their best writing on their blog. Kathy Cassidy I worried about making my students’ developing language skills available to a wider audience – but I needn't have. They are developing their own voice and with a greater degree of responsibility. Paul Harrington Without a doubt the children that find their voices first and carry the most enthusiasm for blogging are my special needs children . Students who would agonize over a sentence are writing prolifically about their lives. (…the improvements in writing are steadily making their way back to paper and pencil!) Elsie
  • 25. Responsible Learners
  • 26. What does it mean to be literate today?
    • Reading?
    • Arithmetic?
    • Writing?
  • 27.  
  • 28. Ethics Ethics Ethics
    • Spam
    • ..cost the world $50 billion dollars in 2005 (U.S. $19b).
    • Expected to double in 2007.
    • According to the Copenhagen Consensus
    • We could bring HIV/AIDS under control for less than $35 billion.
    Jennings, Richi. “Spam and Other Email Threats: Market and Technology Update.” Ferris Research. 8 Jun 2007. Ferris Research. 9 Jun 2007 <http://www.ferris.com/>. Kerr, Roger. “Hard-Hedaded Spending Decisions not Cold-Hearted.” BusinessROUNDTABLE. 2 Jul 2004. New Zealand Business Roundtable. 9 Jun 2007 <http://www.nzbr.org.nz/documents/articles/articles-2004/040702Copenhagen.htm>
  • 29. What does it mean to be literate today?
    • Reading?
    • Arithmetic?
    • Writing?
    • Exposing truth
    • Employing information
    • Expressing ideas compellingly
    • Ethics Ethics Ethics
  • 30. Our Classrooms are Flat From the perspective of their information landscape, our students are more literate than we are! Learners Learners Curriculum, Content & Teachers Gravity Gravity Learners Learners Curriculum Content Teachers
  • 31.
    • Content today is the dominant thing. But one thing that I can say, is that
    • … it is going to be the company that can grow and maintain audiences (not content).
    Khosla, Vinod.&quot;ITConversations.&quot; Vinod Khosla: In Conversations with John Battelle. Web 2.0 Conference, San Francisco. 5 Oct 2005. Audio Archive. 25 Nov 2005 <http://www.itconversations.com/shows/detail796.html>. Vinod Khosla Founding CEO of Sun Microsystems
  • 32. An Unpredictable Future Rich Information Experience New & Dynamic Information Landscape Standards & Curriculum Professional Support A Learning Engine
  • 33.  
  • 34.  
  • 35. Thank You!

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