Making Tech Meaningful IRA 2014

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Making Tech Meaningful IRA 2014

  1. 1. Making Tech Meaningful Larissa Pahomov, Science Leadership Academy / IRA 2014
  2. 2. Embrace... Right now, with social networks and other tools on the Internet, all of these 500 million people have a way to say what they're thinking and have their voice be heard. - Mark Zuckerberg Founder of Facebook http://abcnews.go.com/WN/zuckerberg-calls-movie-fiction-disputes-signing-contract-giving/story?id=11217015#.T3KINGJSS_axx
  3. 3. Resist... The things we may be unlearning, tweet by tweet -- complexity, acuity, patience, wisdom, i ntimacy -- are things that matter. - Bill Keller Former NYTimes Executive Editor http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/22/magazine/the-twitter-trap.html "Right now, with social networks and other tools on the Internet, all of these 500 million people have a way to say what they're thinking and have their voice be heard"
  4. 4. Divided Schools
  5. 5. We tend to think less about how to integrate new tools into our lives than about how to simply keep up. - Douglas Rushkoff, “Program or Be Programmed”
  6. 6. What brings meaning to reading?
  7. 7. What brings meaning to reading? How can technology enrich that meaning?
  8. 8. What brings meaning to reading? How can technology enrich that meaning… both online and off?
  9. 9. Welcome to SLA!
  10. 10. Opened in 2006 in partnership with the School District of Philadelphia and The Franklin Institute 1:1 LaptopsProject-BasedInquiry-Driven How do we learn? What can we create? What does it mean to lead?
  11. 11. Embrace Core Values
  12. 12. Teacher ≠ Gatekeeper
  13. 13. Learn by Doing
  14. 14. Ethic of Care
  15. 15. Reading (how can we manage the paradox of choice?)
  16. 16. Mostly Choice
  17. 17. “Tech-Free Time”
  18. 18. Progress Charts
  19. 19. Conversations (which medium is best?)
  20. 20. Reading Journals
  21. 21. Book Clubs
  22. 22. Job Sheets
  23. 23. Discussion Threads
  24. 24. Final Projects (who’s the audience?)
  25. 25. Book Club Presentations
  26. 26. What brings meaning to reading? How can technology enrich that meaning… both online and off?
  27. 27. Get out of the way. Scienceleadership.org LPahomov.wordpress.com LPahomov@scienceleadership.org

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