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PSD70 Innovative Teaching and Learning

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Looking forward at some initiatives in Parkland School Division.

Looking forward at some initiatives in Parkland School Division.

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  • The intersection of the effective use of technology and the deep understanding of learning. When we can start to combine these two areas is where true transformation will occur.\n
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  • Really have to talk about the importance of mom and dad placed on school; why it is essential that we make it an important place within our world. Talk about the idea of mom and dad taking stuff out to hit us with.\n
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  • Even though I am a Gen X person, I pretend I am a millennial.\n
  • Share my belief as well...What is our purpose? Relationships and learning. She and I have a different viewpoint but when I explained how I used technology, she agreed with everything I said.\n
  • Share my belief as well...What is our purpose? Relationships and learning. She and I have a different viewpoint but when I explained how I used technology, she agreed with everything I said.\n
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  • When we are looking at all of this, we need to have an open mind. Dweck’s idea talks about the idea of an open mindset...\n
  • This is not just about our students as learners, but is us as educators and leaders as well.\n
  • This is not just about our students as learners, but is us as educators and leaders as well.\n
  • Many would say that the first technology was fire...it was more than just a tool. It changed everything.\n
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  • The first point I want to make is how we’re leaving the era of the personal computer (what was represented by the Apple ][c) and moving into the era of mobile computing.\n\nMorgan Stanley’s recent analysis predicts that we will have more mobile access points to the Internet than desktop access points by about 2012 or 2013.\n
  • The first point I want to make is how we’re leaving the era of the personal computer (what was represented by the Apple ][c) and moving into the era of mobile computing.\n\nMorgan Stanley’s recent analysis predicts that we will have more mobile access points to the Internet than desktop access points by about 2012 or 2013.\n
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  • This is a photograph of my 5 year old. Here she is learning on her own how to edit and upload video. She does this through immersion, and through mimicking what I do.\n\nAnd I can’t help to wonder, as she grows up, what role will technology have on her education?\n\n\n
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  • The first point I want to make is how we’re leaving the era of the personal computer (what was represented by the Apple ][c) and moving into the era of mobile computing.\n\nMorgan Stanley’s recent analysis predicts that we will have more mobile access points to the Internet than desktop access points by about 2012 or 2013.\n
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  • This is what my a crowd looked like in 1957.\n
  • This is my dad coming into Canada at Halifax at Pier 21 on the Nassau (nas saw)\n
  • When I see my 80 year old father on Facebook, I know that a certain technology has gone mainstream.\n
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  • By simply changing the columns, he posits that while these changes are happening throughout society, some of these distinct changes have not yet received formal education, especially higher education.\n
  • By simply changing the columns, he posits that while these changes are happening throughout society, some of these distinct changes have not yet received formal education, especially higher education.\n
  • Ze has done other great projects as well. I love this one where he’s asked people to upload photos of themselves years later, trying to recreate a particular pose.\n
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  • We should always be asking these questions in what we are doing?\n
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  • And to close, I was recently inspired by a quote by Stephen Downes in the Huffington Post.\n\n“We need to move beyond the idea that education is something that is provided for us, and toward the idea that an education is something that we create for ourselves.”\n\nThis to me is a fundamental shift for all of us, educators and learners. \n\nEducation should be something that is done TO us, but it is something that we need to fully participate in - and in very different ways than we’ve ever done so previously.\n
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    • 1. Collaborate. Create. Learn. A Vision of Innovative Teaching and Learning
    • 2. Introduction
    • 3. “The goal of education in the 21st century is not simply the mastery of content knowledge or use of new technologies. It is the mastery of the learning process. Education should help turn novice learners into expert learners— individuals who want to learn, who know how to learn strategically, and who, in their own highly individual and flexible ways, are well prepared for a lifetime of learning.” National Center on UDLOriginal from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lululemonathletica/5197327623/in/set-72157625443941868
    • 4. Focus onRelationships
    • 5. Values
    • 6. “We need to teach kids to respect the past but to live in the future.” Marc Prensky
    • 7. These thoughts drive me...
    • 8. “If you dont like change, youre going to like irrelevance even less.” General Erick Shinseki From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nasarobonaut/5478897371/
    • 9. “...as educators, our struggle is especially acute. We notonly have to “train” our kids for the twenty first century, we have to train ourselves.” - Will Richardson From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/familymwr/5007446641/
    • 10. As we go through this,there are two things that Iwant you to think about...
    • 11. Growth Fixed What is your mindset?
    • 12. "You dont lead by pointing and telling people some place to go. You lead by going to that place and making a case." ~ Ken Kesey
    • 13. Context
    • 14. “Just as the telephone, automobile, andairplane reshaped our society in the first half of the twentieth century, the new digital infrastructure is beginning to reshape institutions in the twenty-first.” John Seely Brown 15
    • 15. Consider these stats:•60 percent of Fortune 500 businesses are using socialmedia spaces to reach out to customers.•95 percent of colleges and universities are using socialmedia spaces to reach out to customers.
    • 16. Consider these stats:•60 percent of Fortune 500 businesses are using socialmedia spaces to reach out to customers.•95 percent of colleges and universities are using socialmedia spaces to reach out to customers. •70 percent of school districts have policies that specifically BAN social networking in schools.
    • 17. Horizon Report (2011-2012)Emerging Innovations in Education: Cloud Computing (1-2 years) Mobile Devices (1-2 years) Game Based Learning (2-3 years) Open Content (2-3 years) Learning Analytics (4-5 years) Personal Learning Environments (4-5 years)
    • 18. David Wiley Then vs Now Analog Digital Tethered Mobile Isolated Connected Generic Personal Consumption Creating@opencontent Closed Open
    • 19. David Wiley Education vs Everyday Analog Digital Tethered Mobile Isolated Connected Generic Personal Consumption Creating@opencontent Closed Open
    • 20. (DIGITAL) LITERACY
    • 21. Digital Literacies(From National Council of Teachers of English) Proficiency with the Design and Share tools of technology (Create) Build relationships to Analyze information solve problems Manage multiple Ethical responsibilitiesstreams of information (Digital Citizenship)
    • 22. ChangesEarly Day of PC in Schools Today’s Social/Mobile Reality
    • 23. This also goes for our traditional notion of literacy
    • 24. “It turns out that the besttexters, are the bestspellers.”“The earlier you get yourmobile phone, the betteryour literacy scores.”“The more you text,the better yourliteracy scores.”
    • 25. Pier 21, 1958
    • 26. Dad
    • 27. DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    • 28. What about our footprint?
    • 29. The best leaders know how to send AND receive.
    • 30. School Branding
    • 31. The third hit is from an employee
    • 32. ANYWHERE, ANYPLACE, ANYTIME LEARNING
    • 33. Why Do Students Go to University? Content Degrees Social Life Support Services (Wiley, 2010)
    • 34. Why Do Students Go to University? PLoS GCTWikipedia MCSE Google Scholar ACT OCW Content DegreesFlatworld K arXiv.org CNE CCNA Open Courses Facebook Twitter Skype Social Life Support Services MySpace Yahoo! Answers MMOGs Quora ChaCha (Wiley, 2010)
    • 35. We need to rethink our learning spaces
    • 36. INNOVATIVE (CONNECTED) LEARNING
    • 37. This is not the wisdom of the crowd, but the wisdom ofsomeone in the crowd. It’s not that the network itself is smart; it’s that the individuals get smarter because they’re connected to the network.” Stephen Johnson
    • 38. Connected Principals
    • 39. Students Leading the Way
    • 40. Learning Reciprocated
    • 41. Learning from each othercreates more opportunities
    • 42. Talking to strangers online...
    • 43. ...then meeting them offline.
    • 44. THE POWER OFRELATIONSHIPS
    • 45. Do you think our kidscan use this sometimes?
    • 46. Moving Forward
    • 47. ProfessionalDevelopment Plan
    • 48. Digital Portfolio Initiative
    • 49. Social Media Presence
    • 50. Open (Transparent) Learning
    • 51. What did you learn today?
    • 52. Final Thoughts
    • 53. From: http://goo.gl/RbGBD Would you want to be a student in your classroom?
    • 54. Kids need to be able to create
    • 55. We have to allow our studentsto create their own content.
    • 56. We need to learnalongside our students
    • 57. “... teachers who make their ownthinking public, and therefore subject to discussion – are more likely to haveclasses that are challenging, interesting, and stimulating for students.” ~Stephen Brookfield
    • 58. Trust our kids will inspire
    • 59. Helpful Resources• The Horizon Report - http://www.nmc.org/ pdf/2011-Horizon-Report-K12.pdf• 5 Reasons Why Your Online Presence Will Replace Your Resume in 10 years - Forbes http://onforb.es/oXAHD3

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