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Futures wheel - Inquiry question about Bring Your Own Device

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Introduction to strategy called Futures Wheel and an inquiry question about Bring Your Own Device or Bring your Own Tech - What are the ripple effects of students bringing their own technology into …

Introduction to strategy called Futures Wheel and an inquiry question about Bring Your Own Device or Bring your Own Tech - What are the ripple effects of students bringing their own technology into schools.

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  • 1. Futures Wheel
    • Prediction Strategy
  • 2. Futures Wheel
    • Can be used to discover positive and negative ripple effects of an event, concept, innovation etc
    • We’ll do a two layer Futures Wheel after this example
  • 3. + - - + + + + + - - - - Topic
  • 4. Topic
    • Write the name of the task, event, concept, innovation in the centre of the wheel
    • ie. Getting a cat
  • 5. First Layer
    • Write two positives and two negatives about the topic around the topic
      • Cat will play beautiful music on tuba
      • Cat will need someone to take care of it when we are on vacation
    • Discuss your positives and negatives
  • 6. Second Layer
    • Attached to each positive, attach another positive and one negative that are related to the first layer
      • Cat will play beautiful music on tuba
        • + We will get on Tonight Show
        • - Neighbours don’t like our tuba music currently
    • On each negative, attach another negative and one positive that are related related to the first layer
  • 7. Present
    • At end of exercise we’ll ask the tables to present their top + and top - from your first two layers
    • You could continue with third layer etc.
  • 8. Your Table Topic: BYOD
    • What are the ripple effects of BYOD
    • BYOD: Bring your own device (technology, smartphone, laptop, tablet...)
    • AKA bring your own tech, personally owned devices (BYOT, PODs)
    • 10 minutes per layer + presentations
  • 9. + - - + + + + + - - - - BYOD