Parenting 21st Century Children

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  • What did you learn on long car rides?Creative gamesGetting along with your siblingsSelf control (small space, close to others), Patience
  • Parenting 21st Century Children

    1. 1. Parenting 21st Century Children Graham Whisen Instructional Technology Resource Teacher graham.whisen@peelsb.com @grahamwhisen Ideaconnect.edublogs.org
    2. 2. Big Ideas Practical Take Away smore.com/uwqcq
    3. 3. DO YOU REMEMBER …
    4. 4. What did these car rides teach you?
    5. 5. What might this car ride teach your kids?
    6. 6. World Wide Web – CERN (1993) GENERATIONAL DIVIDE
    7. 7. •95% of teenagers are online •76% use social networking sites •80% have cell phones
    8. 8. By 2020 ... the changes in learning behavior and cognition among young people generally produce ... POSITIVE OUTCOMES NEGATIVE OUTCOMES • Cycle quickly through tasks • Find answers to deep questions • Leverage collective intelligence • Cannot retain information • Distracted from deep engagement • Lack social skills
    9. 9. By 2020 ... the changes in learning behavior and cognition among young people generally produce ... POSITIVE OUTCOMES NEGATIVE OUTCOMES 55% 45%
    10. 10. Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants
    11. 11. Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants youkids
    12. 12. kids
    13. 13. Kids are naturally good with technology Kids are willing to try new things and embrace change Myth Fact
    14. 14. 8 Norms of the Net Generation 1. freedom 2. customization 4. integrity 3. scrutiny Trilling and Fadel (2009
    15. 15. 8 Norms of the Net Generation 5. collaboration 6. entertainment 7. speed 8. innovation Trilling and Fadel (2009
    16. 16. “Ponycorns”
    17. 17. Finding the Balance CONSUMPTION CREATION SEPERATION CONNECTION PASSIVE ACTIVE
    18. 18. Fullan (2012)
    19. 19. Example: Darian’s First Words
    20. 20. Example: Darian’s First Words
    21. 21. Consider …
    22. 22. you
    23. 23. The biggest shift for educators using technology is not skill set; it’s mindset. - George Couros
    24. 24. “Meaningful change ain’t gonna happen for our kids if we’re not willing to invest in it for ourselves first. At the heart, it’s not about technology ... it’s about us.” - Will Richardson
    25. 25. fear and excitement
    26. 26. THANK YOU www.smore.com/uwqcq Graham Whisen graham.whisen@peelsb.com @grahamwhisen ideaconnect.edublogs.org

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