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I don't know one public body, particularly in the education world, that doesn't have the mantra, the strategies or the policies which make sure that stakeholders are consulted, that dialogue is......

I don't know one public body, particularly in the education world, that doesn't have the mantra, the strategies or the policies which make sure that stakeholders are consulted, that dialogue is continuously deepened and that the organisation "really gets to know its public".

But when you ask the question about how public your public body is, or how open your organisation is, you are immediately going to have to answer the question of how private you want it to be. The two words are inextricably linked and most organisations still tend to tread on the side if private rather than public.

So when you are comfortable with your organisation's background and the myths of 5 Million Years on which you are going to base your future strategies, how can you move forward when the world is so, well, new and ever-changing?

Read the links and notes here:
http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs/2007/08/blc07-mcintos-1.html

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  • 1. public How public is your body?
  • 2. public How public is your body?
  • 3. McIntosh Ewan
  • 4. McIntosh Ewan I am...
  • 5. McIntosh Ewan
  • 6. McIntosh Ewan ...who am I...?
  • 7. McIntosh Ewan ...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.
  • 8. public How public is your body?
  • 9. public public
  • 10. public private
  • 11. Your public and private face(s) Your teachers Your colleagues Your students Your parents Your politicians
  • 12. Identity 2.0 Your teachers Your colleagues Your students Your parents Your politicians
  • 13. implicit How explicit or is your digital life?
  • 14. implicit How explicit or is your work?
  • 15. East Lothian Council, eduBuzz.org Scotland, UK.
  • 16. Learning and Teaching Scotland www.LTScotland.org.uk
  • 17. implicit How explicit or are you?
  • 18. 20 The approximate number of teachers and managers sharing their ideas, experiences and resources online 2005-6
  • 19. 350 The approximate number of teachers and managers sharing their ideas, experiences and resources online 2006-7
  • 20. 800 The approximate total number of students, teachers and managers sharing their ideas, experiences and resources on the Local Authority community 2006-7
  • 21. public How public is your body?
  • 22. public How public is your body?
  • 23. Viral success Communicating your vision cannot be planned
  • 24. “Thin-slicing” ‘Blink’, Malcolm Gladwell
  • 25. Fear: The Bass Player’s Blog always loathing?
  • 26. Room for serendipity? Overplanning Are you allowed and able to fail?
  • 27. Why bother?
  • 28. 2007
  • 29. 2006
  • 30. 2005
  • 31. 2004
  • 32. 2003
  • 33. 2002
  • 34. 2001
  • 35. 2000
  • 36. 1999
  • 37. 1998
  • 38. 1997
  • 39. 1996
  • 40. 1995
  • 41. 1994
  • 42. 1993
  • 43. 1992
  • 44. 1991
  • 45. 1991
  • 46. 1992
  • 47. 1993
  • 48. 1994
  • 49. 1995
  • 50. 1996
  • 51. 1997
  • 52. 1998
  • 53. 1999
  • 54. 2000
  • 55. 2001
  • 56. Something has changed
  • 57. Something has to change
  • 58. Stupid? Waste of time? Useless?
  • 59. 290,135 47,588
  • 60. 841,498 9102 ratings 8041 comments
  • 61. Innovation, change, creativity: what was the teacher’s role in this?
  • 62. Databases Spreadsheet Documents Coding Craft and design Marketing...
  • 63. And so... what do we do?
  • 64. ICT? Where has it made the biggest impact?
  • 65. HMIe: ICT in Learning and Teaching
  • 66. Emerging technologies make the biggest impact
  • 67. new tech 13 mobile 7 computer games 7 blog 6 podcast 6 emerging 2 RSS 2
  • 68. new tech 13 mobile 7 computer games 7 blog 6 podcast 6 emerging 2 RSS 2
  • 69. new tech 13 mobile 7 computer games 7 blog 6 podcast 6 emerging 2 RSS 2 CD Rom 0
  • 70. Emerging technologies make the biggest impact
  • 71. Emerging practices make the biggest impact
  • 72. Ways to share it all make the biggest impact
  • 73. Don’t make your people The influence of the blog take the 5th Amendment
  • 74. Secret Spaces Mobile, SMS, IM Group Spaces Bebo, Facebook, Tagged, etc Publishing Spaces Livejournal, Blogger, Flickr, Photobucket, etc Performing Spaces Second Life, World of Warcraft, Home, etc Participation Spaces Marches, Meetings, Markets, Events etc Watching Spaces Television, Gigs, Theatre, etc
  • 75. Support wiki
  • 76. Support wiki
  • 77. Support wiki
  • 78. Blogs are conversations, People are more polite when they know you are listening so converse!
  • 79. Who do you consult? Roman army or wirearchy?
  • 80. Hard conversations need had somehow
  • 81. Joining, and not just starting, debate
  • 82. It’s not ˙paetre,nïzeng Finding bottom-up culture; it’s ˙pãtre,nïzeng Losing permissions-based culture
  • 83. Getting on vs Don’t do a ‘me-too’ Getting egg on your face
  • 84. public How public is your body?
  • 85. implicit How explicit or are you?
  • 86. hammer Heidegger
  • 87. Hammer
  • 88. Nails
  • 89. Spiky
  • 90. Wood
  • 91. Wood
  • 92. Lumber
  • 93. Factories
  • 94. Lumberjacks
  • 95. Trees
  • 96. Plants
  • 97. Forests
  • 98. Earth
  • 99. Sun
  • 100. Hammer
  • 101. public How public is your body?
  • 102. Resist making the implicit explicit more than it needs to be
  • 103. social a very public body
  • 104. a very communicative public body
  • 105. connected a very public body
  • 106. Thursday Session 5 We’re adopting! An adoption strategy for social media in education
  • 107. public a very public body
  • 108. open a very public body
  • 109. open a very ? public body
  • 110. Ewan McIntosh b: edu.blogs.com w: www.LTScotland.org.uk e: e.mcintosh@LTScotland.org.uk