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    • 1. With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility A Technology Primer
    • 2. Thank you! Liz Verhalen Carol Hotchkiss Dana SchiffmanThe Association of Boarding Schools
    • 3. Hans Mundahl New Hampton School hmundahl@newhampton.org @hmundahlnewhampton.wikispaces.com/TABS #summerTABS hl da un hm @
    • 4. Questions Tweets Comments Sidebars Thoughts(Disruptions are good) hl da un hm @
    • 5. @ hm un da hl
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    • 10. Overview• Our students• Immigrants and Natives?• Social Media & Web 2.0• What does it mean for us?• On the horizon hl da• Their parents un hm @
    • 11. What would you like to hear about? hl da un hm @
    • 12. Generation Next• Born after mid 1990’s• Born after advent of Internet, cell phones, iPods• Post Cold War & Post 9/11• Rapid multi-taskers• Open attitude to self publishing & privacy• Stay at home, helicopter parents hl da• Digital Natives un hm @
    • 13. Digital Natives & Immigrants• Native: the local language, religion and customs are natural and indigenous• Immigrant: foreigners with thick accents who must learn and adapt to local customs hl da un hm @
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    • 15. Digital Natives Digital Immigrants Early adopters Late adoptersShare links, collaborate online Call meetings / classes Use social media sites Use social media sites frequently infrequently Don’t use email Print emails hlFeel frustration with immigrant Feel frustration with native da un teachers / managers students / employees hm @
    • 16. Digital Natives Digital Immigrants Early adopters Late adoptersShare links, collaborate online Call meetings / classes Use social media sites Use social media sites frequently infrequently Don’t use email Print emails hlFeel frustration with immigrant Feel frustration with native da un teachers / managers students / employees hm @
    • 17. Digital Natives Digital Immigrants Early adopters Late adoptersShare links, collaborate online Call meetings / classes Use social media sites Use social media sites frequently infrequently Don’t use email Print emails hlFeel frustration with immigrant Feel frustration with native da un teachers / managers students / employees hm @
    • 18. Digital Natives Digital Immigrants Early adopters Late adoptersShare links, collaborate online Call meetings / classes Use social media sites Use social media sites frequently infrequently Don’t use email Print emails hlFeel frustration with immigrant Feel frustration with native da un teachers / managers students / employees hm @
    • 19. Digital Natives Digital Immigrants Early adopters Late adoptersShare links, collaborate online Call meetings / classes Use social media sites Use social media sites frequently infrequently Don’t use email Print emails hlFeel frustration with immigrant Feel frustration with native da un teachers / managers students / employees hm @
    • 20. Digital Natives Digital Immigrants Early adopters Late adoptersShare links, collaborate online Call meetings / classes Use social media sites Use social media sites frequently infrequently Don’t use email Print emails hlFeel frustration with immigrant Feel frustration with native da un teachers / managers students / employees hm @
    • 21. Technological Skill Time StudentsTeachers@ hm un da hl
    • 22. Technological Skill Time StudentsTeachers@ hm un da hl
    • 23. Technological Skill Time StudentsTeachers@ hm un da hl
    • 24. Technological Skill Time StudentsTeachers@ hm un da hl
    • 25. Technological Skill Time StudentsTeachers@ hm un da hl
    • 26. Technological Skill Time StudentsTeachers@ hm un da hl
    • 27. hl da un hmhttp://edtechfrontier.com/2010/10/ @
    • 28. “What were you thinking?” hl da un hm @
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    • 30. “Willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cellphones & other electronic devices.” hl da un hm @
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    • 33. What to look for• Differences in girls & boys• Sudden change in use• Jumpy when message appears• Unease about entering real life social situations• Avoidance & screen switching hl da un hm @
    • 34. How to help hl da un hm @
    • 35. How to help• Create safe space (in advance) to talk and see screens hl da un hm @
    • 36. How to help• Create safe space (in advance) to talk and see screens• Work together toward desired result hl da un hm @
    • 37. How to help• Create safe space (in advance) to talk and see screens• Work together toward desired result• Get input from student hl da un hm @
    • 38. How to help• Create safe space (in advance) to talk and see screens• Work together toward desired result• Get input from student• Get backup hl da un hm @
    • 39. How to help• Create safe space (in advance) to talk and see screens• Work together toward desired result• Get input from student• Get backup• Engage bystanders hl da un hm @
    • 40. How to help• Create safe space (in advance) to talk and see screens• Work together toward desired result• Get input from student• Get backup• Engage bystanders• School Life Handbook hl da un hm @
    • 41. How to help• Create safe space (in advance) to talk and see screens• Work together toward desired result• Get input from student• Get backup• Engage bystanders• School Life Handbook hl da un• Clear verbal statements (kids are bad at context) hm @
    • 42. Key Take AwaysOur students are... hl da un hm @
    • 43. Key Take AwaysOur students are... • Highly connected, early adopters hl da un hm @
    • 44. Key Take AwaysOur students are... • Highly connected, early adopters • Familiar with technology, but may not be highly skilled hl da un hm @
    • 45. Key Take AwaysOur students are... • Highly connected, early adopters • Familiar with technology, but may not be highly skilled • Frustrated with ‘immigrants’ hl da un hm @
    • 46. Key Take AwaysOur students are... • Highly connected, early adopters • Familiar with technology, but may not be highly skilled • Frustrated with ‘immigrants’ • Born into uncertain times hl da un hm @
    • 47. Key Take AwaysOur students are... • Highly connected, early adopters • Familiar with technology, but may not be highly skilled • Frustrated with ‘immigrants’ • Born into uncertain times • Riding an elephant hl da un hm @
    • 48. Key Take AwaysOur students are... • Highly connected, early adopters • Familiar with technology, but may not be highly skilled • Frustrated with ‘immigrants’ • Born into uncertain times • Riding an elephant • Coming of age publicly hl da un hm @
    • 49. Key Take AwaysOur students are... • Highly connected, early adopters • Familiar with technology, but may not be highly skilled • Frustrated with ‘immigrants’ • Born into uncertain times • Riding an elephant • Coming of age publicly hl da • In need of adults in their lives un hm @
    • 50. How has technology made your life more difficult?How has it made your life more fulfilling? hl da un hm @
    • 51. Questions so far? hl da un hm @
    • 52. Web 2.0 & Social Media• Web 2.0 = ‘Read / Write’ web, web sites that other people can edit• Social Media = Web & mobile tech that turns one way communication into dialog• Free, mobile, flexible... revolutionary hl da un hm @
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    • 58. Facebook@ hm un da hl
    • 59. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world hl da un hm @
    • 60. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world• 750 million users hl da un hm @
    • 61. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world• 750 million users• 50% of all users log in each day hl da un hm @
    • 62. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world• 750 million users• 50% of all users log in each day• 70% of users are outside the USA hl da un hm @
    • 63. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world• 750 million users• 50% of all users log in each day• 70% of users are outside the USA• Users aged 35+ outnumber any other demographic hl da un hm @
    • 64. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world• 750 million users• 50% of all users log in each day• 70% of users are outside the USA• Users aged 35+ outnumber any other demographic• Average user visits Facebook 40 times per month hl da un hm @
    • 65. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world• 750 million users• 50% of all users log in each day• 70% of users are outside the USA• Users aged 35+ outnumber any other demographic• Average user visits Facebook 40 times per month hl da un• Poorly understood privacy settings (Demo) hm @
    • 66. Facebook• Most visited web site in the world• 750 million users• 50% of all users log in each day• 70% of users are outside the USA• Users aged 35+ outnumber any other demographic• Average user visits Facebook 40 times per month hl da un• Poorly understood privacy settings (Demo) hm @
    • 67. Twitter• 200 million users• 140 character public messages• 350 billion tweets per day• Mobile friendly• @mention, #hashtag, RT, DM (Demo) hl• Until recently a college student / professionals tool da un hm @
    • 68. Twitter• 200 million users• 140 character public messages• 350 billion tweets per day• Mobile friendly• @mention, #hashtag, RT, DM (Demo) hl• Until recently a college student / professionals tool da un hm @
    • 69. Live Video• Skype• Livestream (Demo)• Chat Roulette(?) hl da un hm @
    • 70. Foursquare• 10 million users• Location based game• ‘Check in’ at real world locations with a smart phone• Create venues, specials, become the mayor• Demo hl da un hm @
    • 71. Key Take Aways• Facebook is dominant but use may have plateaued• Twitter, live video & location based networks are on the rise hl da un hm @
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    • 73. Questions so far? hl da un hm @
    • 74. What does it mean for us? hl da un hm @
    • 75. 1 - What is the issue at hand? 2 - How could an existing (positive) dorm culture help? 3 - What is your plan?4 - What resources / people do you need to involve? 5 - Have you ever faced a similar hl situation at your school? da un hm @
    • 76. hl da un hmSource: Horizon Report @
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    • 82. Cloud Computing• Internet connection & services provided wirelessly, remotely & cheaply• Upsetting power balance the way cell phones did• Tethering• 1-2 years away hl da un hm @
    • 83. Mobile Devices• 1.2 billion new mobile devices produced a year• Phone / camera / video camera / computer / internet / social media / GPS / Apps• Ubiquitous access• 1-2 years away hl da un hm @
    • 84. Game Based Learning• Collaborative or individual• Student engagement• ‘Unlock bonus content’• Earn ‘badges’• Angry Birds story hl• 2-3 years away da un hm @
    • 85. Open Content• Free, high quality content• Student choice about when, where & how much to learn• Flip teaching• Challenging credentials• 2-3 years away hl da• Demo un hm @
    • 86. Key Take Aways• Near term: Mobile & Cloud convergence (pay phone story)• Medium term: Game mechanics & open learning hl da un hm @
    • 87. Questions so far? hl da un hm @
    • 88. Helicopter Parents hl da un hm @
    • 89. Helicopter Parents• Parents very involved in student’s life & education hl da un hm @
    • 90. Helicopter Parents• Parents very involved in student’s life & education• Will expect to continue involvement with child & institution at boarding school hl da un hm @
    • 91. Helicopter Parents• Parents very involved in student’s life & education• Will expect to continue involvement with child & institution at boarding school• May elect to stay at home to help with child raising, college advising hl da un hm @
    • 92. Helicopter Parents• Parents very involved in student’s life & education• Will expect to continue involvement with child & institution at boarding school• May elect to stay at home to help with child raising, college advising• Hire consultants & tutors hl da un hm @
    • 93. Helicopter Parents• Parents very involved in student’s life & education• Will expect to continue involvement with child & institution at boarding school• May elect to stay at home to help with child raising, college advising• Hire consultants & tutors hl da• Risk averse un hm @
    • 94. To Recap• Our students• Immigrants and Natives?• Social Media & Web 2.0• On the horizon• Their parents hl da un hm @

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