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CAJE Learning 2 Learn

  1. CAJE Center of Advancement of Jewish EducationLEARNING How2LearnSilvia Rosenthal Tolisano & Andrea Hernandez
  2. Andrea Silvia RosenthalHernandez TolisanoEducational Consultant Educational Consultantandreahernandez.org Langwitches.org/blog
  3. Let’s Talk AboutLearningnot technology...
  4. What are you Passionate about?Explain to a neighbor... h"p://www.flickr.com/photos/rammorrison/2617219471/  
  5. Tomorrow’s illiterate will not be the man who can’t read;he will bethe man Herbert Gerjuoywho hasnot learned how to learn
  6. Has Learning Changed?Self-Reflect: Contribute to Today’s Meet
  7. Know Thyself http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikedefiant/1811851060/
  8. Why Are youHere?
  9. Let’s Start to Think Differently AboutLearning
  10. LeitmotifA recurrent theme throughout a of 21st Centurymusical or literary composition. LEarning self- motivation self- direction
  11. LearnReflect Share
  12. What does it mean to beEducated? Graffiti your Thoughts...
  13. What does it meanto beLiterate ? Discuss: Share on Twitter...
  14. Whatdoes Discuss...Create a Worldeit meanto beDigital Literate?
  15. Let’s Talk AboutLearning and a little bit about technology...
  16. Literacy has always been defined by TechnologyNichole Pinkardhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdueiwUaNRA
  17. What is our Personal Responsibilityto beDigital Fluent ? Discuss: Around and Around It Goes
  18. WHat happens When we Choose to be Illiterate ? Discuss: Around and Around It Goes
  19. Just Do it!
  20. Learning Is Messyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/28802358@N05/3591076205/
  21. Why Change? Why Change ?Why Change Discuss... ?
  22. change is not necessary...survival is optional... W. Edwards Deming
  23. You canleada Horse toWater...but you can’t makehim drink!
  24. Nothing will change unless... Discuss...
  25. If you don’t like nlgke, chgato i e you are goin irr eleva nce ev en less Er ic Shinsekihttp://www.flickr.com/photos/practicalowl/6229907202/
  26. Thechange we are in the isn’t minor and itmiddle of isn’t optionalClay Shirky
  27. Ret hinkC on te nt Kno wle dge
  28. Process,Shift is anot a Program
  29. Shifts in Culture, Affecting Education
  30. What will ourGrandchildren not know ?
  31. What ChangeHave you Experienced? Discuss: PaperTweeting..
  32. Who do We go to forInformation ? Choices
  33. Sharing & Remixing are part of the Process
  34. Read ing Ha bits
  35. http://www.flickr.com/photos/69805768@N00/3292899689/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonyjcase/3011595479/ What About Privacy?
  36. Instant Connectedness
  37. Exponential Times
  38. Abundance
  39. The Conversation Happens online
  40. You Firstbased on Steve Hargadon
  41. How does this impact your own ? Discuss...Ignacio Leonardi- ignacioleonardi.com.ar Learning
  42. Where are you going to findthe Time ?
  43. Learning to Learn
  44. sharing is part of the Equation http://www.flickr.com/photos/ryanr/142455033/in/faves-langwitches/
  45. Leitmotif of 21st CenturyLEarning self- motivation self- direction
  46. Don’t Wait forthe nextProfessionalDevelopment Day
  47. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning1 Will RichardsonThin the Walls of Your Classroom2 Talk to Strangers3 Be Transparent Commit to ONE thing for each point. http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/guest-post-three-starting-points-for-thinking-differently-about-learning/
  48. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning1 Will RichardsonThin the Walls of Your Classroom2 Talk to Strangers3 Be Transparent Commit to ONE thing for each point. http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/guest-post-three-starting-points-for-thinking-differently-about-learning/
  49. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning1 Will Richardson Thin the Walls of Your Classroom2 Talk to Strangers3 Be Transparent Commit to ONE thing for each point. http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/guest-post-three-starting-points-for-thinking-differently-about-learning/
  50. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning1 Will Richardson Thin the Walls of Your Classroom2 Talk to Strangers3 Be Transparent Commit to ONE thing for each point. http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/guest-post-three-starting-points-for-thinking-differently-about-learning/
  51. Professional Development NING
  52. 21st Century Learning Blog
  53. ClassroomBlogs
  54. StudentBlogFolios
  55. Teaching & Learning Institute edJEWcon.org

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