21st Century Education

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  • Industrial Age: Logical, linear, sequential, analytical, spreadsheet, SAT, “zero in on the right answer”
  • More money spent on trash bags in the United States than ninety countries do on everything
  • Many Americans have Storage Units. What do they store there? Why do we have so much ‘stuff’?
  • Picture of Target Store – sleek design of building attracting American’s who are design-focused right brainers
  • Why do we spend $30 for a designer toilet brush instead of the first picture? The Conceptual Age belongs to those who love design, creating, etc.
  • USLeft Brain Work Leaving for Asia
  • An American aerospace engineer earns $6,000 per monthA Russian makes $650Boeing has moved much of its work to Russia.
  • 11.8 Horsepower – revolution of farming as we know it today
  • This opens the 4930 website. Click on 360 then Boom and Cab. Click on Features and then BoomTracPro
  • Warehouse – 1 worker. Orange robots retrieve orders from warehouse instead of additional workers
  • We can do our taxes online – Accountants, paid much less than in America, are trained in US tax laws and answer online questions from us
  • First computer
  • The Adding Machine takes over man’s work
  • We even diagnose ourselves online…
  • Doctors can see inside the human heart without one cut
  • Design/creativity MOVES us
  • Appealing design – Whole Foods/Central Market are the fastest growing grocery store chains
  • Do we really need pure brute and brawn anymore when software can propel us farther than we ever dreamed?
  • DON’T MAKE THESE POINTS YET. Democratization of learningCertificates to Competency
  • Public Schools of today are doomed to the failure of giants like Sears and Roebuck, Ma Bell, Borders books, and Montgomery Ward – just to name a few – if we do not find the disruptive innovation for future customers
  • Implications for education
  • Implications for education
  • : Democratization of learning and Certificates to Competency
  • Multiple collaborations and contributors representing the new Global Culture
  • Web 2.0 – it’s free and it’s quality
  • Do we need to buy it anymore?
  • Largest university in US. They supplied a need. Are we (Public Education)
  • Haltom High School’s Wix – Interactive website you can create with Wix.com
  • BISD TV Media Tech YouTube ChannelGoogle Docs Form created for students to peer-review videos created and posted on YouTube Class Channel.
  • Edmodo blogging by a 5th Grade class and BISD Math Teachers’ Professional Learning
  • Principals collaborating with staff through blogging – Smithfield Elem and Haltom High SchoolElementary Class YouTube Channelhttp://educationnalsoftwearr.org/?rid=16208311&rname=edmoto.com&OptId=11
  • BISD TV Media Tech YouTube ChannelGoogle Docs Form created for students to peer-review videos created and posted on YouTube Class Channel.
  • Smithfield Elementary Facebook Fan Page for Parent/Community CommunicationMrs. Miller’s 4th Grade Class Facebook Page
  • Josh Grizzelle’s Class Twitter PageBinion USTREAM Morning AnnouncementsBISD Middle School Science NingBISD Teaching with Technology NingWatauga Middle School student’s Glog analyzing the novel Fahrenheit 451
  • 5th Grade Science Class WikiHaltom Middle School Student Newspaper Blog
  • Principals collaborating with staff through blogging – Smithfield Elem and Haltom High SchoolElementary Class YouTube Channelhttp://educationnalsoftwearr.org/?rid=16208311&rname=edmoto.com&OptId=11
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