"I Really Didn't Do Anything" - TOOLS, Seann Dikkers

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  • TODAY: Leadership for technology in using powerful tools. What does this mean? What does it look like?
  • Bold move to have a staff development that uses tech!!!! Kudo’s to leadership. This tends to be when people panic but..... don’t panic. (don’t take and acting gig with children or animal co-stars, and don’t do workshops relying on technology to come through) Don’t panic, we’ll be fine. =)
  • Story of School Board Pres yesterday trying to use PollEverywhere.... Superintendent: Mistakes when striving for student growth are encouraged, VISA!! Infrastructure = a ton of time and $ Great people = investment of time and $ Having a superintendent that is willing to say things like.... NOTE IN POCKET [“We can figure out what didn’t work and move on from there”] = People, that’s Priceless. Do you know that?
  • Leadership for Technology ---> If you are learning, those around you get learning. If you are excited, those around you can get excited. If you are excited about tech, those around you can get excited about tech. A Toolbox/Crafter’s mentality. BE PLAYFUL!!! Story of Joy Meuller (Being cool, isn’t cool be alight, and be a light) Leadership can also be a diligent commitment to that which we love - LEARNING Sometimes learning can be fun and playful!!!!!
  • GOALS: Refine our understanding of 21st century tech (vocab, targets, people) Expand to five types of tech. Thinking Lean forward, vs. lean backward tech. Cognitive load and self-initiated framing of “relevant” skills. METHOD: Using tools that are: 1) now , 2) used , and 3) exciting . Practical. “Can I use this on Monday?” Technology. Finally, GREAT technology makes you wonder how you lived without it. It’s not tough. Dropbox Story +My Living Desktop +gDocs
  • If you have been and educator for the last 3 years and haven’t looked at X.... It’s time to play with it. How easy can it be to get creative? How easy can it be to produce professional products?
  • How easy (fun) can it be to invest in digital worlds?
  • EEEK Describe Lead into TIME TO PLAY SOME
  • Field trips to visit task/play based spaces.
  • ‘ Stalking’ a gaming media person + Letting them loose in the archives. (i.e. Showing them what MHS does really well already, and why we are passionate about it).
  • ...GLS feeling our love...
  • Expertise and Skill sets of MHS and GLS MHS = space design, immersive experience, art, history research, space! GLS = 21st century learning models, game mechanics, design process, mobile prototyping
  • ...then we put them to work.
  • Rapid Prototyping - Early feedback “ Non-techies - 1min w/ minor instruction” Looking for Zero Learning Curve.
  • Rapid Prototyping - Early feedback “ Non-techies - 1min w/ minor instruction” Looking for Zero Learning Curve.
  • The result is in the works!
  • The result is in the works!
  • More sites... more players... more learning.
  • Ongoing!
  • Not as flashy on the big screen because of the nature of the tools. Simple tools with powerful outcomes. How easy can it be to collaborate with 30 people?
  • Invisible tools for visible information....
  • Multi-peopling...This tech is really about people, not attention.
  • Return full circle to the idea of Lifetime Learning.... if there are 21st century skills and you are taking money on behalf of our kids, you have an obligation to commit a couple hours/week being a learner. NOW: Lets do that together! Lets take a couple hours and be learners, not socializers, but committed “LEAN FORWARD” technology learners.
  • GOALS: Refine our understanding of 21st century tech (vocab, targets, people) Expand to five types of tech. Thinking Lean forward, vs. lean backward tech. Cognitive load and self-initiated framing of “relevant” skills. METHOD: Using tools that are: 1) now , 2) used , and 3) exciting . Practical. “Can I use this on Monday?” Technology. Finally, GREAT technology makes you wonder how you lived without it. It’s not tough. Dropbox Story +My Living Desktop +gDocs
  • STEP 3: TALK In groups STEP 4: LEADERSHIP FOR TECHNOLOGY: To the social Doc (Practical, actually used, technologies)
  • Simplified instructions.
  • .... Or the simple way.
  • Show for regocnition, “If you land on a page like this... you must be a techy.” NOTE: GR will own this site when we are done... Over time, transform, share, and connect with it. (Make it messy, keep it simple)
  • TODAY: Leadership for technology in using powerful tools. What does this mean? What does it look like?
  • "I Really Didn't Do Anything" - TOOLS, Seann Dikkers

    1. 1. digital toolbox gaming matter seann dikkers
    2. 2. don’t panic
    3. 3. messy = good
    4. 4. lifetime learning
    5. 5. creative tools play spaces multi-channeling digital class massive information
    6. 6. creativity tools
    7. 9. play spaces
    8. 25. Digital Class
    9. 28. Massive Information
    10. 31. Multi-Channeling
    11. 32. SKYPE
    12. 33. creative tools play spaces multi-channeling digital class massive information
    13. 34. Creativity Tools Interest/ Game Spaces Multi-Channeling Digital Class Massive Information Resources Subjects... Push Play
    14. 35. to do 1 resolve 2 play 3 share
    15. 36. http://tinyurl.com/gie2011
    16. 39. digital toolbox gaming matter seann dikkers

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