Learning Everywhere All the Time

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This fast-paced, high-energy presentation will explore the implications for living, teaching, and learning in a world of infinite knowledge - where today’s tools support learning everywhere and all the time.

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    1. 1. Zebra New Tech @ Rochester, IN What is New Tech?
    2. 2. Learning Everywhere, All the Time the long tail of the creative class living and learning in a flat world © 2010 Chris Fitzgerald Walsh
    3. 3. Chris Walsh New Tech Network [email_address] www. delicious.com/fitzwalsh/LEAT
    4. 4. our world
    5. 5. flat no more barriers
    6. 8. personalized what I want, how I want it
    7. 9. “ The cookies on my daughter's computer know more about her interests than her teachers do.” Henry Kelly President of the Federation of American Scientists
    8. 10. Lego Factory $4.08
    9. 11. EMS USA
    10. 12. The Long Tail
    11. 13. Amazon
    12. 14. Learnazon students do learning read students read read read read Compare similar students Students
    13. 15. collaborative the wisdom of crowds
    14. 17. wikipedia
    15. 18. digg
    16. 19. Classroom 2.0
    17. 20. http://goo.gl/DuPe
    18. 21. creative active producers
    19. 22. Art Chins A Series of Tubes Shining
    20. 23. Spore
    21. 24. The Creative Class
    22. 26. Erica Eng, Senior, Skyline High School Oakland, CA
    23. 27. digital life
    24. 28. LEAT how many computers does the average US household have? ?
    25. 29. LEAT how many computers does the average US household have?
    26. 30. LEAT how many computers does the average US household have?
    27. 31. time-shifting listen or watch anytime
    28. 32. place-shifting listen or watch anywhere
    29. 33. “ kids”
    30. 34. digital natives tech is transparent
    31. 38. Digital Generation: Jalen
    32. 39. seek challenges creative problem solvers
    33. 40. Everything Bad is Good For You
    34. 42. US First Robotics
    35. 43. InvenTeams
    36. 44. “ school”
    37. 45. Whatever You Can Imagine
    38. 46. Second Life
    39. 48. “ An exciting game. Construct all sorts of classrooms; improve the cafeteria to attract more pupils. At first, you hire not very professional teachers because you don't have enough money for very professional ones. But remember that the better teachers you have the more scores you get.” School Tycoon
    40. 49. My Customized, Infinite Textbook
    41. 55. My Customized, Infinite Portfolio
    42. 57. facebook
    43. 58. docs.google.com
    44. 59. teachers
    45. 60. “ In a world of infinite choice, context – not content – is king.” ~ Rob Reid, Listen.com
    46. 61. uStream | Justin TV
    47. 64. change
    48. 65. look in the mirror <ul><ul><li>Admit that our culture narrowly defines what and how we “learn” </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Admit that even our “highest performing schools” are not the schools we need i.e. 21 st century learning centers </li></ul></ul>
    49. 66. re-frame <ul><ul><li>Eliminate the “T” word and the “E” word; focus on challenging learning opportunities </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>“ School” is 24/7 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>A “teacher ” is anyone who helps kids discover, analyze, produce </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>“ F” is the new “A” </li></ul></ul>
    50. 67. collaborative distributed personalized
    51. 68. <ul><li>Support and encourage learning outside the classroom using whatever tool is available </li></ul><ul><li>Give up control – let the students & parents steer the ship </li></ul>distributed
    52. 69. collaborative <ul><li>Teachers must contribute to the collective intelligence of the worldwide education profession </li></ul><ul><li>Teachers must share instructional design with students & parents </li></ul><ul><li>Create a culture of transparency that thrives on constant feedback </li></ul>
    53. 70. personalized <ul><li>Guide students toward learning activities that meet their unique interests and needs </li></ul><ul><li>Turn students (and teachers) into creative producers who solve engaging, complex problems </li></ul>
    54. 71. new tech
    55. 72. the model <ul><li>Instructional strategies that are engaging & rigorous (PBL) </li></ul><ul><li>Technology to facilitate relevant, collaborative learning </li></ul><ul><li>Culture that empowers teachers & students </li></ul>
    56. 73. projects <ul><li>Sample components… </li></ul><ul><li>Entry Event </li></ul><ul><li>Tasks </li></ul><ul><li>Rubric </li></ul>
    57. 74. entry event
    58. 75. tasks Driving Question What are the contributions made and the hardships endured by women and minorities during the period of WWII?
    59. 76. rubric
    60. 77. learning every where & all the time
    61. 78. My Photostream at Flickr
    62. 79. Chris Walsh New Tech Network [email_address] www. delicious.com/fitzwalsh/LEAT

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