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Learning to learn in a changing world.

Learning to learn in a changing world.

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  • 1. TakeAnotherLookAroundYouLearning to Learn in a New WorldSilvia Rosenthal Tolisano
  • 2. Silvia RosenthalTolisanoEducational ConsultantLangwitches.org/blog
  • 3. If you’re notfeeling a little bit.NOT payingAttentionWill Richardsonthen you areeducation right nowteacher or being inabout being aUncomfortable
  • 4. Our Worldand is not changing back!has Changed
  • 5. The “Leave it to Beaver”Days are Gone...
  • 6. GenerationsGeneration XGeneration YGeneration AlphaSilent Generation
  • 7. Digital Footprintbefore Birth
  • 8. SwipingGeneration
  • 9. In-BetweenGenerationTheir World& School Life isDifferent
  • 10. Stephen DuncombeWe live in aworld where people canBookstalk backto their““
  • 11. WhatwillourGrandchildrennotknow?
  • 12. “We will stop printingthe New York Timessometime in the future,date TBD."Arthur Sulzberger Jrhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/bdewey/3374674246
  • 13. http://www.flickr.com/photos/selago/360411472012:After 244 Years,Encyclopedia BritannicaStops the Presses
  • 14. ReadingHabits
  • 15. What About Privacy?
  • 16. What About Friends?
  • 17. ConnectednessInstant
  • 18. ExponentialTimes
  • 19. Abundance
  • 20. Today YesterdayEasily copied Making copies takes time,effort and moneyInstantly Shared Sharing is complicatedEasily Edited Edits are cumbersomeWorldwide Audience Audience of Oneadapted from: http://www.slideshare.net/courosa/digital-citizenship-symposium
  • 21. ,Eric Shinsekieven lessirrelevanceyou are going to likeIf you don’t likechange
  • 22. Shifts in Culture, AffectingEducation
  • 23. ChoicesWho do We go to forInformation?
  • 24. Where do We Learn?Choices
  • 25. Let’s Talk AboutLearningnot technology...
  • 26. Tomorrow’silliteratethe man who can’t read;he will bethe manwho hasnot learned how to learnHerbert Gerjuoywillnot be
  • 27. Changed?LearningHas
  • 28. Has Learning Changed?
  • 29. LearningLet’sStarttoThinkDifferentlyAbout
  • 30. LearnReflectShare
  • 31. Learnself- motivatedself- directed
  • 32. Willingness to Reflect
  • 33. Willingness to AMplify
  • 34. “What Yearare you preparingyour students for?”Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • 35. mean to beEducatedWhat does it
  • 36. Literate?What does it meanto be
  • 37. DigitalWhat does it meanto beLiterate?
  • 38. AreTraditionalNotionsof Literacysufficientfor a 21st CenturyEducation?
  • 39. 3 Starting Points for ThinkingWill Richardsonhttp://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/guest-post-three-starting-points-for-thinking-differently-about-learning/Talk to StrangersBe TransparentThin the Walls of Your Classroom123Differently AboutLearning
  • 40. Let’s Talk AboutLearningand a little bit about technology...
  • 41. Literacy has always been definedby TechnologyNichole Pinkardhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdueiwUaNRA
  • 42. Digital Fluent?What is our Personal Responsibilityto be
  • 43. DigitalAge?Is it afor LeArning?ThreatorNew Meanshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/digimist/5698782655/
  • 44. The changewe are in themiddle of isn’t minorand itisn’t optionalClay Shirky
  • 45. WHat happens When we Choose to beIlliterate?
  • 46. Baby StepsCan we Afford ?
  • 47. Relevance
  • 48. Urgency
  • 49. not a ProgramShift is a Process,
  • 50. Shift is Happening Faster thanever before
  • 51. Sharing& RemixingarepartoftheProcess
  • 52. It isn’t the Answer anymore...... It is the QuestionBill Sheskey
  • 53. The Conversation Happensonline
  • 54. How does this impact your ownLearning ?Ignacio Leonardi- ignacioleonardi.com.ar
  • 55. You Firstbased on Steve Hargadon
  • 56. Learning toLearn
  • 57. a MindsetPre-requisiteforaNEducatortothriveof a Learner
  • 58. Pre-requisiteforaSchooltothrivea MindsetofaLearningCommunityhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/2577006675/
  • 59. Don’t Wait forthe nextProfessionalDevelopmentDay
  • 60. FluenciesKeyCommunicate Collaborate ConnectCreate CriticalThinkingNetworkGlobal InformationMediaCitizenshipReadingWriting
  • 61. Digital FluencyEvaluating,Modeling & ManagingConsuming,Producing & SharingCommunicating,Connecting & CollaboratingAlec Couros- http://www.slideshare.net/courosa/towards-digital-fluency
  • 62. Digital Fluency“read”captureevaluate curatecreateeffortlesslyunconsciouslysavelearn reflect sharemanageamplifydisseminateconnect communicatecollaboratepublish
  • 63. http://anne.teachesme.com/2007/01/17/rationale-for-educational-blogging/Ann Davisdigital spaces”“transferringIt isnotJust a Matter ofclassroom writing intohttp://www.flickr.com/photos/axeldeviaje/312166488/
  • 64. It is not knowing about this tool or that toolTheFull ofReady to meeta specific Taskthat youhave athing IsimportantopportunitiestoolboxMichael Fisher
  • 65. Silvia RosenthalTolisanoEducational ConsultantLangwitches.org/blog