NZCETA Keynote presentation | July 2013

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This slidedeck supports my keynote presentation for the NZCETA conference in Christchurch: http://www.nzceta.co.nz/pages/2013_conference.htm

Link to the videos:
"Entrepreneurs": http://bit.ly/fjfk8R
Enabling eLearning media gallery: http://www.elearning.tki.org.nz/Media-gallery

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  • 11.30 As digital technologies permeate our lives, what does this mean for school, for us and our learners and their communities? How should we respond? Drawing on research and school stories, the keynote will provide a thought-provoking challenge for all educators, exploring themes of inclusion, personalisation and the nature of schooling, and touch on practical issues such as BYOD and effective curriculum design. We ’ ll explore key trends in e-learning that are influencing our schools, the role of supports like Enabling e-Learning [ www.elearning.tki.org ] and some of the things that school leaders and classroom teachers might be doing now to respond.
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  • Source: Howard Rheingold, NetSmart, p. 54 - with reference to Clay Shirky, Encyclopedia Britannic blog, July 17, 2008 - commenting on how, before the web, our behaviours were shaped by impoverished access to what others were thinkig, doing and saying around us. Image credit: License Some rights reserved by Oscar Espiritusanto
  • ability to send and receive, connect, talk, access changing the way we interact with people, business, news socialisation to the power of ten Images by NBC Today Show : http://instagram.com/p/W2BuMLQLRB/
  • self-publish - user-driven - persoanalisation of services identity expression discriminating digital literacy
  • Speed Reliability Bandwidth Images: CC by 2.0 License Some rights reserved by edkohler , Some righ ts reser ved by xiam ing , Some rights re served by sfllaw
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prosumer > consumer as content producer... Alvin Toffler (1980. The Third Wave) identified the emergence of participatory structures and producer/consumers or “ prosumers ” as far back as 1980 in The Third Wave based on the agency of mainframe computers. > http://2020mediafutures.ca/the+prosum er%3A+consumer+as+content+producer Freelancers - e-lancing e-commerce R emote working Agile start-ups The connected Prosumer - the relationship between supply and demans
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prosumer > consumer as content producer... Alvin Toffler (1980. The Third Wave) identified the emergence of participatory structures and producer/consumers or “ prosumers ” as far back as 1980 in The Third Wave based on the agency of mainframe computers. > http://2020mediafutures.ca/the+prosum er%3A+consumer+as+content+producer http://www.youtube.com/ watch?featur e=player_embedded&v=UDZo51k2BWQ Freelancers - e-lancing e-commerce Remote working Agile start-ups The connected Prosumer - the relationship between supply and demans
  • Ross Jenkins speaking at the conference
  • Source: Ministry of Education, Key Competencies Online: http://keycompetencies.tki.org.nz/Why-do-KCs-matter > foreground the development of learners ’ dispositions, capacities or competencies to deal with new situations and environments, including those with high degrees of complexity, fluidity and uncertainty. > adopt a much more complex view of knowledge, one that incorporates knowing, doing and being. > rethink our ideas about how our learning systems are organised, resourced and supported.
  • Source: NZCER (Bolstad & Gilbert, 2012), Future-focused learning: http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/109317/994_Future-oriented-07062012.pdf > “ unbundling ” > “ a process in which innovators deconstruct established structures and routines and reassemble them in newer, smarter ways ” Image: http://sweetydesign.com/hotel-design/balcony-swimming-pools-in-aquaria-grande-tower
  • Source: NZCER (Bolstad & Gilbert, 2012), Future-focused learning: http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/109317/994_Future-oriented-07062012.pdf  Structural unbundling: “ in which we loosen our grip on traditional ideas about ‘ teacher ’ , ‘ school ’ , or ‘ school system ’  Content unbundling: “ unbundling the ‘ stuff ’ of learning … revisit[ing] assumptions about the scope and sequence of what students are expected to learn and explore new, more varied approaches to curriculum and coursework ” Image: École Maternelle Pajol, Paris - Timbuktu ; http://timbuktu.me/blog/10-best-kindergarten-buildings/schoo lparis-2/
  • Source: NZCER (Bolstad & Gilbert, 2012), Future-focused learning: http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/109317/994_Future-oriented-07062012.pdf
  • collaboration, user-driven pedagogy, inclusion, connection License Some rights reserved by WOScholar
  • who are those students ? what do we know about them? how are we engaging them?
  • who are those students ? what do we know about them? how are we engaging them?
  • Using low-fi technology...Interactive ice-breaker... Learning challenge 1: Build this... Impact on learners: how do you feel? (both successful & unsuccessful)
  • Challenge 2: Do this > image is your success criteria Impact on learners: how do you feel? (both successful & unsuccessful)
  • What if I asked to create your own success criteria? What if the task was an authentic inquiry question? What is the task allowed everyone to contribute? to collaborate? What if it foregrounded the key competencies? These questions are what sits behind the concept of effective e-learning today. The technology is far less important than the kind of education that it enables and mediates.
  • What if I asked to create your own success criteria? What if the task was an authentic inquiry question? What is the task allowed everyone to contribute? to collaborate? What if it foregrounded the key competencies? These questions are what sits behind the concept of effective e-learning today. The technology is far less important than the kind of education that it enables and mediates.
  • How do we as business studies/digital tech. teachers/accounting draw on the world around us to Take a Xero approach to content credit: License Some rights reserved by InspirationDC
  • http://www.genirevolution.org > Economics
  • Video game design >> http://www.elearning.tki.org.nz/Teaching/Pedagogy/Personalised-learning/The-Portal-Unity-Project The impact project >> http://www.elearning.tki.org.nz/Teaching/Pedagogy/Personalised-learning/Impact-project Bristlebots : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMwTOF7Tir0&feature=youtu.be&noredirect=1
  • http://www.yourteenbusiness.com/
  • Technology in the NZC is ‘ intervention by design ’ Social Sciences: connection, alignment, community and interest cresit: License All rights reserved by Rock Our World with Pt England School
  • Watch the video: what is the link between teacher expectation and student learning? KEY IDEA: what is ‘ engagement ’ and ‘ teacher expectation ’ > the expectation leads to engagement and the expectation is about what we know about them (inclusion) THEN how we plan what they learn, why they learn and how they learn it....
  • Worked example for taking a product to market
  • Engage by different contexts, cultures, interests
  • License Some rights reserved by Dylan231
  • a written report, a multimedia presentation, or any other format agreed between you and your teacher. Economics Level s
  • Credit: License Some rights reserved by elycefeliz
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2Uyd5S1mZqY
  • NZCETA Keynote presentation | July 2013

    1. 1. Future-focused learning Where do we stand in the digital landscape? Karen Melhuish Spencer | @virtuallykaren | #NZCETA July 2013
    2. 2. No hea au?
    3. 3. “To ensure the future we must invest in the present”
    4. 4. “Nostalgia for the accidental scarcity we’ve just emerged from is just a sideshow. The main event is trying to shape the greatest expansion of expressive capability the world has ever known.” Howard Rheingold, ‘NetSmart’
    5. 5. Trend 1: Ubiquity
    6. 6. Trend 2:Agency
    7. 7. Trend 3: Connectivity
    8. 8. The rise of the prosumer
    9. 9. The rise of the prosumer
    10. 10. Beautiful magical accounting software
    11. 11. WHAT’S THE POINT?
    12. 12. Since our education systems were first established there has been enormous change in the nature of societies, change in the nature of work, change in how knowledge is viewed, and change in technologies, to name just a few. Those changes, and the certainty of ongoing change, have implications for the kind of education our young people require, and the focus of the teaching and learning they experience ” “ Ministry of Education, 2013
    13. 13. UNBUNDLE thinking
    14. 14. UNBUNDLE structure UNBUNDLE content
    15. 15. The potential of new technologies to transform teaching and learning is heavily dependent on educators’ abilities to see the affordances and capacities of ICT in relation to the underpinning themes for learning for the 21st century ” “
    16. 16. Unlock the potential of mobile & BYOD
    17. 17. Picture your students...
    18. 18. Picture your students...
    19. 19. Build a tower
    20. 20. Build a tower
    21. 21. How high can you build a tower before its stability is affected?
    22. 22. The technology is far less important than the kind of education that it enables.
    23. 23. #1 Content that connects... “..how people can participate as critical, active, informed, and responsible citizens. Contexts are drawn from the past, present, and future.” - NZC, Social Sciences
    24. 24. #2 Mihi- driven pedagogy
    25. 25. Teacher expectation & student engagement
    26. 26. A reason to engage http://www.flickr.com/photos/learnscope/2547026015/sizes/m/
    27. 27. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevintice/189207135/sizes/m/ Multiple pathways
    28. 28. When we focus too much on doing things perfectly, we don't engage in the kind of exploratory thinking and behavior that creates new knowledge and innovation - Halvorson http://www.passionfruitmagazine.co
    29. 29. Multiple ways to represent what I know
    30. 30. written report presentation collaboratively produced website/wiki a pitch to their local restaurant e-book blog post series multi-media presentation/video Voicethread Interviews / role-play
    31. 31. www.elearning.tki.org
    32. 32. www.elearning.tki.org VLN Groups - online community for teachers www.vln.school.nz
    33. 33. Focus
    34. 34. • How are your students building on their interests and passions? • How can you design exploration and multiple pathways into the learning? • How can technologies support that design? • How can you connect to communities and resources to find our what others are doing?
    35. 35. YouTube source: Entrepeneurs can change the world
    36. 36. Credits• Slide 6: Oscar Espiritusanto • Slide 7: NBC Today Show : http://instagram.com/p/W2BuMLQLRB/ • Slide 9: edkohler, | xiaming, | sfllaw • Slide 11: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UDZo51k2BWQ • Slide 15 : http://sweetydesign.com/hotel-design/balcony-swimming-pools-in-aquaria-grande-tower • Slide 16: École Maternelle Pajol, Paris -Timbuktu; http://timbuktu.me/blog/10-best-kindergarten-buildings/schoolparis-2/ • Slide 18:WOScholar • Slide 26: InspirationDC • Slide 27: http://www.genirevolution.org • Slide 28: Bristlebots : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMwTOF7Tir0&feature=youtu.be&noredirect=1 • Slide 29: http://www.yourteenbusiness.com/ • Slide 30: Rock Our World with Pt England School • Slide 37: Dylan231 • Slide 42: elycefeliz • Slide 43: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2Uyd5S1mZqY
    37. 37. karen.melhuishspencer@core-ed.org @virtuallykaren

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