The Times, They are A-Changing


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To prepare our students for what life will be like, we must look forward and change our ways. Students in Kindergarten in 2011 will leave university in 2017. That means graduates now were in KG in 1995.

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  • The Times, They are A-Changing

    1. 1. The Times, They are a-Changing!
    2. 2. Education + Technology Upheaval
    3. 3. Books will soon be obsolete in the schools…It is possible to teach every branch of human knowledge with the motion picture. Our school system will be completely changed in the next ten years.
    4. 4. School teachers , for example, will, in the long run, probably be made obsolete by television, balladeers were made obsolete by the printing press. (cc) Mars Hill Church Seattle,
    5. 5. Education + Technology Improvement
    6. 6. “ [This device] appealed at once to the eye and to the ear, thus naturally forming the habit of attention , which is so difficult to form by the study of books …. Whenever a pupil does not fully understand, [it] will have the opportunity … of enlarging and making intelligible .” Unattributed quote, retrieved from Doug Johnson's blog
    7. 8. Young People + Technology ignorance
    8. 9. “ ...they will be hearers of many things and will have learned nothing ...” “ ...they will appear to be omniscient and will generally know nothing ...”
    9. 10. Everything + Technology The Way It Is
    10. 11. The technology train has left. You have to deal with it, understand it, and get some perspective .
    11. 12. Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
    12. 14. 2011 Kindergarten
    13. 15. 2023 Graduate ICS
    14. 16. 2027 BA
    15. 17. 2029 MA
    16. 18. 2027
    17. 19. 2027 2011 1995
    18. 20. 1995
    19. 21. (cc)Agència Brasil, Wikimedia (cc) Slawojar, Wikimedia (cc) jessi.bryan, (cc) Sleepless in Somerset,
    20. 22. (cc) Tom Lawrence,
    21. 23. (cc) heipei, – retrieved from:
    22. 24. (cc) Skagman, Flikr
    23. 25.
    24. 26. (cc) Ochro,
    25. 27.
    26. 31. 2027
    27. 32. (cc) Butte-Silver Bow Public Library,
    28. 33. (cc) Okinawa Soba,
    29. 34. (cc) Okinawa Soba,
    30. 35. Plus ça change, Plus c'est la même chose.
    31. 36. What will schooling look like in 2027?
    32. 37. Digital
    33. 38. But... I AM doing my math work!
    34. 39. Creative
    35. 40. I have a camera on my phone, my own account on Wikipedia, books and magazines from the library and all my notes from class. ...and he wants me to fill out a worksheet?!?
    36. 41. Collaborative
    37. 42. Write me out a report on the disciplinary incidents involving high school students this year. You can't ask Tigist or Deron or anyone for help or information because that would be cheating.
    38. 43. Critical Thinking
    39. 44. Take out a sheet of paper and number from 1 to 27. Write down the countries of the EU in alphabetical order. Spelling counts.
    40. 45. Individualized
    41. 46. (cc) Steve Rhodes, You can only listen to Snoop Dogg on your iPod.
    42. 47. Choices
    43. 48. So, in this paper what I'm thinking is that I can really do much better with a lot of adjectives and stuff because I think that adjectives are really cool and they make your writing much more better because they make the words and stuff sound cooler and then they make your writing sound like really cool...
    44. 49. Play
    45. 50. We really need to improve your defensive strategies. Go read chapter 7 and answer the 5 questions at the end of each section. Give me your paper tomorrow.
    46. 51. “ If we teach today's students as we taught yesterday's , we rob them of tomorrow .”
    47. 52.