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Connecting Your Classroom to the Future: Predictions and Predicaments Connecting Your Classroom to the Future: Predictions and Predicaments Presentation Transcript

  • Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. John F. Kennedy
  • In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. Eric Hoffer
  • The best way to predict the future is to create it. Peter Drucker
  • The future’s so bright I gotta wear shades. Timbuk 3
  • I never think of the future - it comes soon enough. Albert Einstein
  • Kathy Schrock kathy@kathyschrock.net http://linkyy.com/eBj Connecting Classrooms to the Future
  • Predictions Embedding technology in the curriculum Your technology toolbox Management strategies Overview
  • Support pages http://linkyy.com/connecting http://linkyy.com/leading Contact info: Kathy Schrock kathy@kathyschrock.net Twitter: @kathyschrock Support
  • http://linkyy.com/eBk
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  • By the end of September 2013, a total of 364 million iPhones were sold, granting it 40% of the smartphone market share.
  • http://linkyy.com/eBl
  • http://linkyy.com/eBl
  • IBM Research Survey • Holographic phone conversations • Computer programs will predict traffic jams • Batteries will recharge via the air • Computer data centers to heat homes • Citizens help gather environmental data http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-12-23/ibm-predicts-holographic-calls-air-breathing-batteries-by-2015.html
  • The Horizon Report •Published since 2002 •K-12: NMC, CoSN, and ISTE •Higher Ed: NMC and EDUCAUSE
  • 1 year: Mobile Learning http://linkyy.com/eBm
  • 1 year: Cloud Computing
  • 2-3 Years: Open Content
  • 2-3 Years: Learning Analytics http://www.responsys.com/blogs/nsm/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/5_big_data.jpg
  • 4-5 Years: 3D Printing
  • 4-5 Years: Virtual and Remote Labs
  • 1 year: Tablet Computing
  • 1 year : Massive Open Online Courses MOOC
  • 2-3 Years: Games & Gamification http://minecraftedu.com
  • 2-3 Years: Learning Analytics http://www.responsys.com/blogs/nsm/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/5_big_data.jpg
  • 4-5 Years: 3D Printing
  • 4-5 Years: Wearable Technology https://vimeo.com/22088875
  • How can teachers design curriculum that embeds technology in a meaningful way? What tools does your technology toolbox need to contain to you keep ahead of the curve? What are the management strategies to facilitate the connected classroom? Framing the discussion
  • Design How can teachers design curriculum that embeds technology in a meaningful way?
  • Curriculum drives technology Technology embedded second
  • Begin with the end in mind What students will know and be able to do
  • Project learning Technology provides access to resources Students are active and engaged in learning
  • Inquiry process: Internet style QUESTION RESEARCH DISCUSSCREATE REFLECT
  • WHAT WHERE WHO WHY HOW might did is would will can WHEN
  • Authentic Assessment Real-world tasks and meaningful application Links to and builds upon prior knowledge
  • Global Audience Student work will be viewed differently Consider other cultures when publishing
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy: Revised 1956, Benjamin Bloom, et.al. 2000, Lorin Anderson & David Krathwhol
  • New image?
  • Cogs of the Cognitive Processes
  • LOTS HOTS
  • LOTS HOTS
  • LOTS HOTS
  • LOTS HOTS
  • Toolbox What tools does your technology toolbox need to contain to keep you ahead of the curve?
  • A social leader is one who makes use of social media to effect change.
  • Developing Your PLN
  • http://linkyy.com/eBt
  • http://linkyy.com/eBs
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/judybaxter/14414607/ What?
  • Solve problems Hear each other’s stories Find synergy Keep up with change Reflect on their practice Shared understanding Find a voice Cooperate Derek Wenwoth http://blog.core-ed.org/derek/ Why? Why is a personal network important to educators?
  • The most important aspects of personal learning networks for me are the ability to connect, communicate, and collaborate globally. The network is always on 24/7/365 and always willing to share ideas and offer help. It is a way to build relationships otherwise not possible. Robin Ellis http://connectedtalk.wordpress.com/ Why is your personal network important to you? Why?
  • Why?
  • How?
  • http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3446/3181470015_3ec7e54412.jpg ✓ Twitter ✓ Google+ http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3446/3181470015_3ec7e54412.jpg Social Media
  • Twitter Online messaging service Messages are public One-to-many 140 characters Follow or not follow
  • Twitter
  • Twitter directories
  • Twitter hashtags
  • Networked Leaders Influential educational articles Thoughts and quotes Posing questions Retweeting good things http://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/1810
  • Google Plus Hangouts
  • EduOnAir
  • ✓ Create/subscribe to a podcast ✓ Create/subscribe to a video series http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1075/525757996_9955dfd767.jpg Multimedia
  • Subscribe to Multimedia
  • Find a podcast
  • Create a podcast
  • Create a videocast/screencast
  • ✓ Off-line ✓ Online http://sha3teely.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/08/meeting.jpg Communities
  • ✓ Professional conferences ✓ Professional learning communities ✓ Grade level/content meetings ✓ Study groups ✓ Lunch-time chats http://flic.kr/p/555xd Off-line Communities
  • Ning Online Communities
  • EdWeb ✓ PD in Action ✓ Exploring eBooks in K-12 ✓ 21st Century LearningTools ✓ School Leadership Network ✓ Game-Based Learning ✓ The Brain and Learning Online Communities
  • Online Communities ✓ Adobe Education Exchange ✓ Sony Education Ambassador ✓ Scholastic Teacher Share ✓ Discovery Educator Network ✓ Google Apps for Education
  • Online Communities: Listservs
  • ✓ Subscribe ✓ Create ✓ Join Blogging
  • Subscribe using a newsreader
  • ✓ Do a search on “name’s blog” ✓ Take a look at a blogroll ✓ Directories of edubloggers Subscribe
  • ✓ Pick a platform ✓ Promote your blog Create
  • Join
  • ✓ Trade magazines ✓ Newspapers ✓ Journals ✓ Books Traditional print http://flic.kr/p/3MAXCb
  • ✓ Conferences ✓ Online conferences and Webinars ✓ Un-conferences ✓ Workshops ✓ MOOCs Professional Development
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/bloem/5122399298/ Conferences
  • Online Conferences/Webinars http://connectededucators.org
  • Me! Un-Conferences/EdCamps
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/brandleadership/5664099709/ Workshops
  • Participate in a MOOC http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eW3gMGqcZQc
  • Polls
  • Livebinder
  • Pinterest
  • Wiki
  • Real-Time Collaboration
  • Management What are the management strategies to facilitate this connected classroom?
  • Teacher as facilitator Needed for the creative learning process Student-centered classroom
  • Pods of powerful computers All types of peripherals Available when students need them
  • Teachers must adapt Computers will not always work Have off-line plans ready
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVN-7h4YiAs
  • Networked Must be connected to connect Plan the network from end-to-end
  • Media-rich Students need access to media Consider royalty-free
  • Portable   Ability to do work anywhere Hardware and networks available. “Just-in-time” learning
  • Digital citizenship Respect intellectual property Critique not criticize Don’t do it just because it can be done
  • Digital Etiquette Digital Communication Digital Literacy Digital AccessDigital CommerceDigital Law Digital Rights & Responsibilities Digital Health and Wellness Digital Security http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.html
  • Digital Literacy Intellectual Property
  • Full Copyright (all rights reserved) Creative Commons (some rights reserved) Public Domain (no rights reserved) Creative Commons
  • Attribution Non- commercial No derivative works Share alike Four Conditions
  • Copy Distribute Display Perform Credit as creator requests Attribution
  • Copy Distribute Display Perform Users can’t make money May have to pay creator Noncommercial Use
  • Copy Distribute Display Perform Users have to use content “as-is” No Derivative Works
  • Copy Distribute Display Perform Users have to apply same license to derivative works Share Alike
  • Allowed to transform Attribution to the creator Can’t make money off of it Must share with same license Have to attribute Have to use “as-is” Cannot make money
  • Creative Commons Search
  • x x
  • Increase access to collections Public contributes information Commons Project
  • Pick and Choose Wisely http://linkyy.com/eBh
  • http://linkyy.com/eBi
  • How to “pay it forward” Share your successes Share your failures Share your serendipitous finds Share your thoughts and dreams Just SHARE!
  • Kathy Schrock kathy@kathyschrock.net http://linkyy.com/connecting http://linkyy.com/leading