Further ConversationWebwww.simonbreakspear.comEmailsimon@simonbreakspear.comTwittersimonbreakspear
Unlocking Bottom-upInnovation              Simon Breakspear
Why seek to becomeSwifter, Higher & Stronger       in learning?
How to become Swifter, Higher & Stronger in       learning?
Could it be possible to lift standards and simultaneouslydecrease the quality of learning?
How do you continue toimprove as you become  better at something?                  e.g. Cooking
Limits of top-down reform menu.... beyond the flat-line    McKinsey & Co 2010    Poor to Fair! !       - Basics of literac...
“Great to excellent: the interventions of thisstage move the locus of improvement fromthe centre to the schools themselves...
Our learning challenges require creativity and design
IMPLEMENT             INNOVATE‘Cake Maker’        ‘Recipe Maker’ Compliance            Creativity  Delivery              D...
The Critical Mindset Choice   National architecture as:          Innovation Proofing                   Or          Innovati...
NZ in Learning Decline            OrNZ as Learning Lab for next-    practice education
becoming a disruptive innovator5 key Strategies
Challenge schooling-                           as-usual.1   Question in the pursuit of better
Marc KoskaK1 Auto-disposable Syringe
When we are doingwell... we oftenask deliveryquestions... ratherthan disruptionquestions.
What is your question?   How could we.....?
Your classroom &                  School should always                     be in ‘beta’ mode2   embrace permanent beta mode
3   Harness your network
Where good ideas come        from
Networked refers to innovations that evolved through collective, distributed processes, with alarge number of groups worki...
We need to let go of our ideas
Wellington as the Silicon Valley of Educational       Innovation
4   Develop a bias towards action
first 5 actions   (all under 30 minutes)    1.    2.    3.    4.    5.              .... building momentum
Make and DO                             Experiment                                           & Rapidrather than think     ...
MVP = Minimal viable product
Fail fast! Fail  forward! Accelerate   learning.   5              Reframe Failure
5,127
Productive Vs Unproductive failureRisk taking is not license for professional incompetence.                ..... poor teac...
Experimentation
IMPLEMENT             INNOVATE‘Cake Maker’        ‘Recipe Maker’ Compliance            Creativity  Delivery              D...
"Unless someone like you....cares a whole awfullot, ....nothing is going to getbetter...... Its not."                     ...
Further ConversationWebwww.simonbreakspear.comEmailsimon@simonbreakspear.comTwittersimonbreakspear
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Simon Breakspear WRPPA keynote 2

  1. 1. Further ConversationWebwww.simonbreakspear.comEmailsimon@simonbreakspear.comTwittersimonbreakspear
  2. 2. Unlocking Bottom-upInnovation Simon Breakspear
  3. 3. Why seek to becomeSwifter, Higher & Stronger in learning?
  4. 4. How to become Swifter, Higher & Stronger in learning?
  5. 5. Could it be possible to lift standards and simultaneouslydecrease the quality of learning?
  6. 6. How do you continue toimprove as you become better at something? e.g. Cooking
  7. 7. Limits of top-down reform menu.... beyond the flat-line McKinsey & Co 2010 Poor to Fair! ! - Basics of literacy & numeracy Fair to Good! ! - Getting foundations in place Good to Great! ! - Shaping the professional Great to Excellent - Improving through peers ! ! ! ! ! and innovation
  8. 8. “Great to excellent: the interventions of thisstage move the locus of improvement fromthe centre to the schools themselves; thefocus is on introducing peer-based learningthrough schoolbased and system-wideinteraction, as well as supporting system-sponsored innovation and experimentation”.(p20)
  9. 9. Our learning challenges require creativity and design
  10. 10. IMPLEMENT INNOVATE‘Cake Maker’ ‘Recipe Maker’ Compliance Creativity Delivery Design“Industrial worker” “Knowledge worker”
  11. 11. The Critical Mindset Choice National architecture as: Innovation Proofing Or Innovation Platform
  12. 12. NZ in Learning Decline OrNZ as Learning Lab for next- practice education
  13. 13. becoming a disruptive innovator5 key Strategies
  14. 14. Challenge schooling- as-usual.1 Question in the pursuit of better
  15. 15. Marc KoskaK1 Auto-disposable Syringe
  16. 16. When we are doingwell... we oftenask deliveryquestions... ratherthan disruptionquestions.
  17. 17. What is your question? How could we.....?
  18. 18. Your classroom & School should always be in ‘beta’ mode2 embrace permanent beta mode
  19. 19. 3 Harness your network
  20. 20. Where good ideas come from
  21. 21. Networked refers to innovations that evolved through collective, distributed processes, with alarge number of groups working on the same problem,Market/non-market distinguishes those who wish to capitalise directly from the sale or licensingof their innovations, and those who wish their ideas to flow freely into infosphere.
  22. 22. We need to let go of our ideas
  23. 23. Wellington as the Silicon Valley of Educational Innovation
  24. 24. 4 Develop a bias towards action
  25. 25. first 5 actions (all under 30 minutes) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. .... building momentum
  26. 26. Make and DO Experiment & Rapidrather than think Prototyping & meet Launch, learn, reiterate
  27. 27. MVP = Minimal viable product
  28. 28. Fail fast! Fail forward! Accelerate learning. 5 Reframe Failure
  29. 29. 5,127
  30. 30. Productive Vs Unproductive failureRisk taking is not license for professional incompetence. ..... poor teaching is not a ‘teaching style.’
  31. 31. Experimentation
  32. 32. IMPLEMENT INNOVATE‘Cake Maker’ ‘Recipe Maker’ Compliance Creativity Delivery Design“Industrial worker” “Knowledge worker”
  33. 33. "Unless someone like you....cares a whole awfullot, ....nothing is going to getbetter...... Its not." Dr. Seuss
  34. 34. Further ConversationWebwww.simonbreakspear.comEmailsimon@simonbreakspear.comTwittersimonbreakspear
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