Bebo Boomers

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Who are the Bebo Boomers, and how can they be the keystone in your organisation or school?

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Bebo Boomers

  1. THE BOOMERS BEBO EWAN MCINTOSH BLOG SITE EDU.BLOGS.COM WWW.LTSCOTLAND.ORG.UK/CONNECTED
  2. 2007
  3. 1991
  4. 2001
  5. THE BOOMERS BEBO EWAN MCINTOSH BLOG SITE EDU.BLOGS.COM WWW.LTSCOTLAND.ORG.UK/CONNECTED
  6. I: Audience
  7. 1400 minutes per week online
  8. 60 minutes per week on a school computer
  9. 47 minutes per day on Bebo
  10. 150 hours - the time it takes to complete a video game
  11. 140% online multitasking makes more time for students
  12. 75m blogs tracked by Technorati.com
  13. 2 /sec new blogs every second
  14. Welcome to the 19th Century Classroom...
  15. 1 Average audience for students’ work
  16. 2 Average audience for conscientious students’ work
  17. 30 Maximum realistic audience for school display
  18. Welcome to the 21st Century Classroom...
  19. 1,114,274,426 Number with net access (MiniWattsMarketing)
  20. I: Audience
  21. Fear: The Bass Player’s Blog always loathing?
  22. What is private?
  23. McIntosh Ewan I am...
  24. Ewan McIntosh...who am I...? The blogger from edu.blogs.com who works most of the time for Learning and Teaching Scotland, the national education agency of Scotland. Occassionally I can be found working on the Media Advisory Board of Channel 4, but every week you’ll spot me in one of the 45 schools in East Lothian Council, just to the East of Edinburgh where I work with around 1000 teachers and advise the Head of Education and ICT Team on all matters social media, productive pedagogies and technology. In my free time I do some consultancy for Governments, organisations, corporations and private companies around the world.
  25. Your public and private face(s) Your teachers Your colleagues Your students Your parents Your politicians
  26. Identity 2.0 Your teachers Your colleagues Your students Your parents Your politicians
  27. II: Creativity unleashed! So what do we do with it?
  28. Room for serendipity? Overplanning Are you allowed and able to fail?
  29. Story writing Music Sculpture production Digital Video Podcasting Film making Animation& Storyboards Photostories Desktop Publishing Classroom display
  30. Sous la mer: Partners in Excellence (West of Scotland languages project)
  31. Epistemic gaming; Commercial gaming; Game-making
  32. Guitar Hero II?
  33. “Thin-slicing” ‘Blink’, Malcolm Gladwell
  34. What’s assessable?
  35. How’s it assessable?
  36. Why would you assess it?
  37. We are 12 billion light-years from the edge, That's a guess, No one can ever say it's true, But I know that I will always be with you.
  38. We are 13.7 billion light-years from the edge of the observable universe, That's a good estimate with well-defined error bars, And with the available information, I predict that I will always be with you
  39. Final product ≠ Process
  40. Ewan McIntosh b: edu.blogs.com w: www.LTScotland.org.uk/mfle

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