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Alex Ragone and arvind grover gave a remixed presentation of Scott McLeod's presentation of Disrupting Class. Given on January 29, 2009 at the NYSAIS Conference for Assistant/Division Heads.

Alex Ragone and arvind grover gave a remixed presentation of Scott McLeod's presentation of Disrupting Class. Given on January 29, 2009 at the NYSAIS Conference for Assistant/Division Heads.

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  • Hello! My name is Dr. Scott McLeod I am the Coordinator of Ed Admin program at ISU I also am the Director of UCEA … (CASTLE) Some of you may know me from my blog, DI

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  • 1. 2019: A School Odyssey Alex Ragone – http://www.learning-blog.org Borrowed from: Dr. Scott McLeod dangerouslyirrelevant.org (A Remix of Dr. Scott McLeod’s a 2008 K12 Online presentation for NYSAIS Assistant Head and Division Director’s )
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  • 3. What is a disruptive innovation?
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  • 10. Disruptive innovations change the game.
  • 11. Think of a few disruptive innovations. 2 minutes
  • 12. 2009
  • 13. Undergraduates: 220,000+ Postgraduates: 60,000+ Photo from: http://flickr.com/photos/carlorainone/3097333599/
  • 14. K-12 Curriculum All Online
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  • 17. Cycles 1-20 Cycles 21-25 We’re in here somewhere!
  • 18. 2019
  • 19. Assumption: It’s 2019 AND 50% of your courses are being given online
  • 20.
    • ?s
    • What does your school look like in 2019?
    • How do you schedule time?
    • What about extracurriculars?
    • Where is your school?
    • What is the role of teachers? Administrators?
    • What is a successful graduate?
  • 21. Questions?
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  • 23. Implications for school leaders
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    • K-12 education is facing a disruptive innovation. It’s personalized learning .
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    • The existing educational model is not a given.
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    • All of this is going to sneak up on most school organizations.
  • 27. Effective leadership for disruptive innovations
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    • Good organizations with good people will disappear if they don’t understand the ‘natural laws’ of disruptive innovation.
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    • It’s very difficult for existing successful organizations to become dominant players in the new market.
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    • It’s much easier to create a new organization - or buy one - than it is to turn an existing organization around.
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    • It’s difficult to analyze the unknowable.
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    • First-mover advantage is important when it comes to disruptive innovations.
  • 33.
    • To survive, school organizations must structure themselves to comply with the ‘natural laws’ of disruptive innovations.
  • 34. Don’t wait until it is ‘good enough’
  • 35. Don’t wait until it is ‘good enough’ Start with underserved student groups
  • 36. Don’t wait until it is ‘good enough’ Start with underserved student groups Use different metrics of success
  • 37. Don’t wait until it is ‘good enough’ Start with underserved student groups Use different metrics of success Compete directly with the existing organization
  • 38. Florida Virtual School Serving # of Floridians K-12.com The smartest teachers and technologists developing K-12 curriculum University of Pheonix The largest university in the world
  • 39. more than needed good enough ? ? schools
  • 40. Education being disrupted
    • Boston Public School Teacher training.
    • NYC Teaching Fellows
  • 41. IMAGES AND OTHER CREDITS http://cdn.harpercollins.com/harperimages/isbn/large/8/9780060521998.jpg http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51iQA%2BI3hDL._SL500_.jpg http://www.nonstopmac.com/images/ipod-family.jpg http://www.hongwanjihi.org/Web2003/links/compHist/Pict_Comp_Hist/minicomputer2.jpg http://www.computersciencelab.com/ComputerHistory/HtmlHelp/Images2/IBM7094.jpg http://www.solarnavigator.net/images/apple_IIe_original_personal_computer.jpg http://digitaldaily.allthingsd.com/files/2007/06/iphone_34.jpg http://blog.loaz.com/media/blogs/timwang/mini-laptop-fujitsu-P7230.jpg http://www.360software.co.uk/images/sears_logo.gif http://www.roflsaurus.com/stories/Walmart_Logo.jpg http://img.presence-pc.com/news/m/e/Merrill_Lynch_logo_215x178.jpg http://trickledown.files.wordpress.com/2007/11/etrade.gif http://www.shoprobinsonmall.com/images/macys-logo_000.jpg http://cdn.harpercollins.com/harperimages/isbn/large/8/9780060521998.jpg http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51iQA%2BI3hDL._SL500_.jpg http://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Dilemma-Revolutionary-Business-Essentials/dp/0060521996 http://www.amazon.com/Disrupting-Class-Disruptive-Innovation-Change/dp/0071592067
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  • 43. Current leadership models are inadequate for disruptive innovations Dr. Scott McLeod dangerouslyirrelevant.org k12onlineconference.org
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