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Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute
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Disrupting class in a one to-one laptop program for laptop institute

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This presentation explains how to reexamine a one-to-one laptop program and introduce more disruptive technologies (based on the work of Clay Christensen). First a meta-analysis of what research is …

This presentation explains how to reexamine a one-to-one laptop program and introduce more disruptive technologies (based on the work of Clay Christensen). First a meta-analysis of what research is telling us about laptop programs is presented. Then this initial presentation inspires a discussion about where laptops programs can be improved by implementing the theory of technology as a disruptive force.

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  • 1. Disrupting Class in a One‐to‐One  Laptop Program L t P Joe Bires www.edtechleadership.com p joebires@gmail.com www.twitter.com/joebires http://joebires.wikispaces.com/
  • 2. Today s Big Questions Today’s Big QuestionsWhat do we know about laptop programs and What do we know about laptop programs and learning?How can one‐to‐one be disruptive (in a positive  way)?  way)?How can you facilitate that disruption?
  • 3. “Breaking an old business model is Breaking an old business model is always going to require leaders to follow their instinct. There will always be th i i ti t Th ill l bpersuasive reasons not to take a risk. But if you only do what worked in the past, you will wake up one day and find that you’ve been passed by." ~ Clayton Christensen  Business Week Clayton Christensen Business Week
  • 4. “Teachers have implemented Teachers have implemented  computers in the most  computers in the most common‐sense way—to  sustain their existing practices  and pedagogies rather than to  and pedagogies rather than to displace them. displace them.”
  • 5. “Certain things, they should stay the way they are. You ought to be able way they are You ought to be ableto stick them in one of those big glass cases and just leave them  l dj l halone.”― J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye
  • 6. “Bring a tape player and a tape of a thunderstorm.  Keep it hidden. Sometime during the lecture, start  Keep it hidden Sometime during the lecture start the tape, stand up, claim that the professor has  angered the gods and leave. Watch to see how  angered the gods and leave. Watch to see how many students follow you after the tape starts  playing. ”
  • 7. “to succeed disruptive to succeed, disruptive  technologies must be applied  technologies must be applied in applications where the  alternative is nothing.”
  • 8. Don’t integrate….so much as…. INTERVENE to transform learning to transform learning
  • 9. Infrastructure PD and Tech Support Policy  Hardware  and  and  Leadership Software
  • 10. “established companies the firms established companies, the firm s  "legislative" system, or resource  g y allocation process, shapes every  proposal to serve the existing  proposal to ser e the e isting customers better and thereby  y generate substantial growth”
  • 11. “An organization simply cannot “A i i i ldisrupt itself….but a manager who  p gsits one level up from the organization she wants to disrupt can organization she wants to disrupt canset up a new organization with different resources, processes, and priorities and successfully disrupt the priorities and successfully disrupt theold, internal organization. “
  • 12. “in every organization there are forces that shape and morph forces that shape and morphevery new innovative proposal so that it fits the existing organization s own business organizations own businessmodel, rather than fitting the market it was intended to serve.”
  • 13. Questions???? joebires@gmail.comwww.edtechleadership.comwww.twitter.com/joebireswww twitter com/joebires

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