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A presentation given at the NYSCATE 2008 Metro Conference.

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    • What happens when students have a voice? Gerald Ardito, Pace University May 18, 2008 NYSCATE Metro Conference
    • Or How my life was ruined by Will Richardson
    • For a long time, education looked like this.
    • The teacher was the authority, sprinkling information on thirsty students.
    • Paulo Freire likened traditional teachers to bank tellers, doling out information in frugal doses.
    • Students were considered sheep, needing to be led.
    • Then, some people said, “Stop!”
    • Maybe things were out of order.
    • Maybe students could work to build their own understanding.
    • Maybe students had something to say, something that needed saying, and the saying of which would allow them to educate themselves.
    • They could communicate and collaborate.
    • They could create.
    • There are lots of tools to let this happen.
    • Lots of ways students can grow their understanding.
    • They make posters
    • They make models
    • They perform experiments
    • They go on field trips
    • They work together.
    • All of it designed to have the students construct their own meaning and understanding.
    • And then, along came Web 2.0
    • Instantly, people could communicate, collaborate, and think together ...
    • Suddenly being an author with a real audience became a reality for just about anybody...students included
    • In all kinds of new ways.
    • Blogs
    • Wikis
    • Podcasts
    • Social Networks
    • Google Docs
    • Vokis
    • Voicethread
    • What when students get to use their own voices? have a voice? So, what happens happens when students
    • The End
    • Being in communication ❖ gmanb5@gmail.com ❖ teachingownership.blogspot.com ❖ Skype: gmanb5
    • Photo Credits ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/mmarsupilami/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/angel_shark/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/atencion/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/gak/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/jonastherkildsen/ ❖ Library of Congress ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/bg/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/poldavo/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/dailypic/http://flickr.com/photos/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/slightlynorth/http://flickr.com/ weston/ photos/beija-flor/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/ianus/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/n8wood/archives/date-posted/ 2006/01/29/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/28481088@N00/ ❖ http://flickr.com/photos/garon/