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    1. 1. Using Technology to Create a Participatory Culture of Learning Elizabeth Helfant Mary Institute-Country Day School
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    3. 3. Environment at MICDS
    4. 4. DyKnow 5.1 New and enhanced features
    5. 5. Evolution «(not Revolution)
    6. 6. 3 Factors to Consider Need for change - response Emergence of Personal Learning Environemnts/ Networks Two above mean demand evolution in all virtually all ed structures
    7. 7. A Vision of Students Today
    8. 8. NeedforChange Factors at MICDS External Sources New Skill Sets Towud A Dollnllon of21st-cormly Llhnclu Adopradby me NOTE Exacuwa Cammltao Fobmoq 15, 2005 Llevacy his ways been A collection at culual and cnmmuvncuioe pvacnces shared annng msmbovs ol panicolav grows. A: society and tuchnology cliaugo. so does floaty. Because lochmlogy rm Incnnod IM -mommy Ind cavrolmmy at lunch onurnnmomn, mo ruorlydlm conluy demands Ihot a Itonlo person possess a wdo range of abilmea Ind compoioncioe, many Inontiu. Those Ioncic9—€mm voiding onlino nowspapon Io ponlcwalng in virtual c| aa9Ioom9—ave multiple. dynamic. and mflenhla. As in the past, they no inonricwly linked with particular histories. Mu possihlltios and social mjoctorius ol lndmduds and grows. Twtnty-I'm conluy mailers and wrists need to 0 Dovllop poicimcy with tho Iooh oftoclnology - Build relnlonshps Wflh men to pose and sobae pmhhms collaoruively mil cross-culturally - Dongn ma than nrlmmmn fol glmu commum-n to mu! 3 may :1 pulposae - Mnmgo. onolyzo amt symluosiu mulplo streams ol nnullanoous infomnfion - Cum. all-qua. analyn. and moan mini-mafia loans - Attend lo the emical raeponsihulinas nquind by these oomph: ormromveme
    9. 9. Learning to Change
    10. 10. Articulate Institutional "Need for Change” Your Talking Points Oscribd , ,_, ,, ,,_, _ Grown Community My Dot: 0 upload 9 missioncittib Ens-at an-coon Qsvwio (nu: .Jiio'tiu . uuuu nr-no qmvo gsaut rmpapai Q. l-l+‘ ¢u: i‘r. I|1 Search -9 Q MICDS zia cemury Skills The Iitnuy ltd Iecluinlngy uavica dcpttrnunsuxivi to unurc that nuduits uudmund the thllowing Zlli cerium)‘ skills :2 that may can gramme as nspmslblc uni int-paid-. -at lama; Students mould aspire to unrlcmmd uid utilize the following: ' 0 Leaning N; -(walks ° _ E . ,_l _ l: ..m. l. n. lInt: ..Inmn. nIl. IIknIIIhnLtttn: !
    11. 11. Key Words . U . Yik . W§3.§. ... §G __s=3t£ W; U“ m 235 Gav, W _. r._9:§ W2%_3 E23 §__s§s__o©wN_mgfiaF¢ 255 : _.§§_e_§ §§. s3 N E%_, _ H§_§m. ._. ws_ _3é. ..m Wm.
    12. 12. Key Concepts Clay Shirky Here Comes Everybody ”techno| ogical| y boring”
    13. 13. Communications tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring. The invention of a tools doesn't create change; it has to have been around long enough that most of society is using it. It's when a technology becomes normal, then ubiquitous, and finally so pervasive as to be invisible, that the really profound changes happen, and for young people today, our new social tools have passed normal and are heading to ubiquitous, and invisible is coming.
    14. 14. The Physics of Participation Interactive and Two Way Transparency in Learning PLE/ PLN
    15. 15. Evolution of the Classroom/ Lecture
    16. 16. To this; Introducing DyKnow 5.1 l. _». gii_i' I‘lJ l‘i»_- Mi-_ri_va'. ". I_IlII: .o: Film". “ l. .n~: l . |:. -i Ill. See win! ) new in S I Rnarl rho ‘» I PINK Roll-Au»
    17. 17. DyKnow: I Intera ctiori * Transparency * Learning Process I Formative Assessment
    18. 18. A Vision of K-12 Students Today I A Vision of Students Today i’ rt? J I ’ii .1
    19. 19. Evolution of the Toolkit
    20. 20. . . Q I ‘I . A/'’’ .4’), r -v‘ 'I . ‘_. ‘bx; .
    21. 21. .‘ . . . ._—r_L, STELLA’ Product Info Sample Models Case Studies Tutorials l Supporting Books The Pyttipporun Imyorcm 43 ‘---I-V ’ rum” -wt - ADOBE . Premiere‘ E| ements4
    22. 22. Collective Body of Web 2.0 Tools gm-,3 ‘L on, -on--<o. u V. .. Qua-Ari vo--—: - r. .. . . R , Q m -2» MICDS Blogs 1 DC timelirie Goggle r
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    24. 24. PLE PLN
    25. 25. Evolution of Professional Development
    26. 26. . i t It 4 ‘air. , it e is at AH, ‘ ill l am 393 iii Curriculum Collcagu-:5 Popular Print 8: Digital Famllyl Documents Media Rt-sourcrs local Community Typical Teacher Network
    27. 27. ’ ii-"i'i%iig _4 ’ —( X (Li rriculum 4 Documi-nts Tool/ Cont: -nt Development P': p_: l'" _ Communities ‘ "‘ S / so $2 The Networked Teacher , ,,im ,9 Dim‘, 4;? "“’°“"“’ 9| Coll: -squrs Digital Photo Sharing /7.3.. .. SO€l. l Bookmarking c= ‘.'a/ <2 Diqitnl Fore! Onlina: Communities . ,__, ,, So<l. il Networking Services
    28. 28. MICDS Elgg "**"‘ “' "“"“‘ dol. icio. uslabogowiczl you booblmhl ycv nutwn wbs; 'cmum was In wul 50;! H Al 300900621‘: items (4) v. '°"‘Q'I. '-Wth -- 3”‘ so! any-vac: In your notwovtmwva wi9rwv: z‘s now)»: . ¥‘a. l . war w-‘iv I . -1w bus I Anni»; I Friend-. blws 1 Jon‘ - away a-. :~ , vhawurg ill tom F""“"F' 1" 7°” 94-ntmal »‘«mr= . . W: fun tnerr or sxrazms Prr; 9-: [L170 It: won] ldustdbmltkcs ul Iutlunh I” 1' M ‘mp . .'1r~. -- mt = ~'1u. - -‘nmmrr ‘met-"’ mt: aw 'I'l. ('| l'()I. ()(2’ | .‘ ‘I III: Ml| )l)l. li [Tm 5.2 .12 W"I111-I06: -on-2 .2r»2 r". ' 1, Fantastic Summer Fun - Wanna Join Us? I . .. rm , u.a. .,. .. .0] -1 . -. m an. 1 to. ‘us rm". 1 | " I "nr r-r war. I M t’1PrV '0 xgmv '. mm-- 1 C9931? 7 iGoo3le I mi‘? Gomsouchl | ‘mFIoh'nqun: Isy| ‘—'*‘-'—‘—-‘ ‘ "“" % lhnmu Gums S: -Mn 'v.1-an [Huxovy Llmry Puuvcl Emvom-ml lanmmu
    29. 29. K12 Onlne Conference 2008 AMILII VINO Iouumnu flan . fId‘ flsunuuu flu. . -‘«. -:; -2-yr -f: !e t‘: .r-‘: ‘.~«. .'-. ‘r--. :r : ' Ir~: !n_‘~v. ‘J. -‘ I-fe1.: 'n1' ht : ;.'ev- '1‘. -.-“.1-. :1.~: .: EC&l 831: Computers in the Classroom EC & I 831 - Home Couru Ourvlowt E01183! course is Mirialv mus Cnmmuvs in we Cfasaxwn Myuwmoe fiurfitafur-v ondmarvumm Ana-d Iv) CL-wzllw Ivclwuugy TM rs 1 C-rduau -muss win-hr; Worn Po 5, lhmlnig dflggfl Whon ml caunu van I o-Igmal y dtuhpn, 1 was Inggotl nth [NI nmnniy vnguo rouru dncnplmn an mu flo; olnnurI. ’u-uetnarinn mad nun? not turn In mum '1 u -uunm an pmmblu «mm Ihe context and time In whch l ‘i {NW1 | n we last Iva vent: the would ofnuczt-and lu: Pmo1o: v has choruoa siorificmrlv Mun nutouls mu Hill Mvntlmls coau an than Cit‘ tfllfllfiflffin ‘l>nw$ mm mm liar-char, Lu 9I0"'OC'I bunny humus finch San-noun Tut
    30. 30. Evolution of a Faculty Meeting Q who-ngold 5,-— n» Nlr-1 In nfio'—‘v‘ ; ‘I': a we I a A]I'vv‘1'-nllfl J haw; Hwy . 'z- 2; now wot 1:‘-ya. Ir a: ‘u; |l§71lfIl'lDVlI‘y'| J‘_: [’1lIr-I 1|: -2 saga ‘mm 1*, ‘ l'lL‘I_ ltlvr - Vmr n‘: .'. L-vulg-n4v1 '- xv »-, ncrruvl: ' mrbdcovna . . . : r‘! 'l‘. IIJ. .ry 2 : ._: -, In-Q Tim A951 gqy-on -1: -n -u now x—- . d- 90- A " -Olrflunl O Q I'M! xwr Jed: ‘. '-xv-run : &~lruaauu odluut -91 Au: Qypdui Gtluun &(mrans °(dmm. . ‘. uve QM: ,; -‘um ‘rm. ..- ' . on when _I: us-Itlnuu-’.1 F, -mm (gran vuucn: Eflonluw-do :1 CG
    31. 31. Evolution of Curriculum
    32. 32. Tablet Training Units Interdisciplinary Units
    33. 33. The Sudan Project C . ‘O "4 3’; ~ p ’. Q
    34. 34. Math Research Project fl M11111 l’c*sCLiI‘(. ‘ll l’t, )I‘ilu1iu v-vlumuo mm mm 'r'- "la-5" 74--v-W: at-vv-II -Jr. ‘-. p.-r---, .'u--h. . ru-~'-v-main--‘ v--: :.r—uIu -Jul-u ‘‘-'‘‘*v-- '*-'i' W onunv-man J Manon GAT acme Ia-Iuula nu Iklhdu vau- Auebrfl '. ‘.u. -.- ‘_~ 4|: - dew‘. 0 9‘ may c. t -vtu: '_ sv J . :L. :v pt lg . '. .I': ‘l -. -v - lJv Transformations) Ina‘ x mm a z in nu: . ah; -, u;u‘. un1 ‘, u‘! ‘. u v
    35. 35. Global Climate Change Summit
    36. 36. History Curriculum 'f7v&'mz/ :nnul'-u-4.-lg»-. r ya-hr R fiiztnrg of tits flnitcii $tatr5' v S
    37. 37. Evolution of Assessment * Ability to Assess Process * Formative Assessment and Student Self Assessment T Increase in types of assessment —projects —performance —authentic
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