Sfu spain 2013 j tyler


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Workshop discussing Personalized Learning, developing ideas for group to take to home school to begin trying something new to meet the needs of their learners.

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  1. 1. Next Generation Learning thelandscapeoflearning.com John Tyler August, 2013
  2. 2. Who is this John Tyler?
  3. 3. Intentions for the day • Leave here with actionable ideas • Share our experiences • Time to collaborate with others lotusofgoogle.com
  4. 4. Our kids live in their own personalized world.
  5. 5. Courtesy Rod Allen,“DPAC June 2013”
  6. 6. What are we going to ask on our tests, when our students are walking in with Google in their pocket? Are they going to ask better questions than we ask today? David Warlick Courtesy Rod Allen,“DPAC June 2013”
  7. 7. “This Classroom” July 29, 2013 © Michael Prince/CORBIS
  8. 8. http://www.leadershipnow.com/leadingblog/images/Double-LoopLearning.gif
  9. 9. When will what we know change what we do? What will it take for what we know to change what we do? Courtesy Rod Allen,“DPAC June 2013”
  10. 10. Will Richardson • “What happens to traditional concepts of classrooms and teaching when we can now learn anything, anywhere, anytime?” 21st Century Learning
  11. 11. Brain Break Take a few minutes to discuss/think about some obstacles you anticipate given what has been shared so far. Image credit: chrissieadamsdotcom.files.wordpress.com
  12. 12. Personalized learning is the tailoring of pedagogy, curriculum and learning support to meet the needs and aspirations of individualized learners. - Wikipedia.
  13. 13. Technology is a way of life for our students.
  14. 14. Personalized Learning is not just about the use of technology.
  15. 15. How many times have you heard this question… Slide courtesy Chris Lehmann - 2010
  16. 16. To Personalize Learning makes information relevant Slides courtesy of Chris Lehmann
  17. 17. Ask Better Questions
  18. 18. most students today aren’t going to have a fixed, single career; instead, they are most likely going to follow a working trajectory that encompasses multiple careers. “...most students today aren’t going to have a fixed, single career; instead, they are most likely going to follow a working trajectory that encompasses multiple careers.” - John Seely Brown
  19. 19. Why Trust in Schools? Courtesy Rod Allen,“Sept 2011”
  20. 20. 21st Century Teaching & Learning Adapted from Gabriel Rshaid – 2009 Teachers Classroom New Paradigm A completely new paradigm has transformed a pedagogy of poverty into infinite abundance. Teachers to change their central role,to become facilitators. Classroom of the Future is about facilitating a plan that is co- created with parents and students using technology.
  21. 21. Behaving Yourself Out of Problems…& into Positive Trusting Relationships Courtesy Rod Allen, Sept 2011
  22. 22. Innovations to pursue: Reporting on higher-level learning standards inclusive of competencies Using performance standards language to communicate student learning in of letter grades Use of technology to support communication of learning Personalized Learning: Communicating Student Learning Courtesy Rod Allen,“DPAC June 2013”
  23. 23. “Our students should be able to translate their everyday/social experiences using technology to formal learning.” - Gabriel Rshaid
  24. 24. The revolution doesn’t happen when society adopts new tools, it happens when society adopts new behaviors. Clay Shirkey Courtesy Rod Allen,“DPAC June 2013”
  25. 25. Brain Break/Break-Out #2 At your table, based on what you have seen, please list some benefits that this culture shift would yield. (ie why would you want to ask teachers to Personalize Learning for learners in you building?) cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by marsmet543
  26. 26. Examples Twenty X 20
  27. 27. Independent Directed Studies
  28. 28. ...School Facebook
  29. 29. ...SchoolTwitter Account.... ...monitored and updated by students for credit.
  30. 30. ✤ Sport Specific Conditioning • Community Leadership Examples continued... ✤ Peer Mentoring ✤ Calculus Support “Weights.” © Jan 11, 2011, the_green_squirre “Calculus.” © April 21, 2010, Bard College at Simon's Rock's http://www.dfwonline.org/images/KM_Community_Leadership_web.jpg
  31. 31. Burnaby South I-Phone App
  32. 32. Innovation Week at Greystone Centennial Middle School
  33. 33. Genius Hour
  34. 34. Promoting Learning Together
  35. 35. 1.Engagement 2.“In their element…” 3.Ownership 4.Personalities 5.Enjoyment Reflections
  36. 36. 1.Range of delivery 2.Flexibility 3.Energy 4.“Joy of teaching” 5.Pride Reflections
  37. 37. 1.Know your learners 2.Building connections 3.Relationships 4.“The big ask” Reflections
  38. 38. Example of an Inquiry Project Pathway *Adapted from InquiryHUb model 2013
  39. 39. How to go from here? • Allow students to explore their passions.  • Look for examples that  connect school to community and/or... • Provide Responses To Interventions... • Create experiences that will engage students, giving each of them what they need.
  40. 40. Where to go from here? • Increase current success to a larger scale. • Continue to explore what is best for learners. • Explore and try NEW possibilities.
  41. 41. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou
  42. 42. What do they think?
  43. 43. Student testimonials from Greystone Centennial Middle School courtesy Jesse McLean
  44. 44. “To sell well is to convince someone else to part with resources—not to deprive that person, but to leave him better off in the end.” Daniel Pink
  45. 45. Discussion #3 • In your small groups please share some examples from your school/district of Personalized Learning that are currently taking place.
  46. 46. Planning for Action: Extension to greater scale. 15 minutes 1. What is something you are going to try? 2. What is something you will stop doing? 3. How can you sell this idea in 3 minutes to your PLN?
  47. 47. 1 in 3
  48. 48. What I like... What I wonder... What I recommend next... Critical Friends Protocol (1 minute)
  49. 49. contact me: @mrjtyler Blog: johntyler.ca email: mrtylervp@gmail.com
  50. 50. References • “Weights.” © Jan 11, 2011, the_green_squirrel, used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic • “Calculus.” © April 21, 2010, Bard College at Simon's Rock's, used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic • “Community Leadership” http://www.dfwonline.org/images/KM_Community_Leadership_web.jpg • “21st Century Learning” April 18, 2011.Alec and George Couros. Conquering the Myths of Social Media and Learning. • “This Classroom” July 29, 2013 © Michael Prince/CORBIS Used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic - BC Ministry of Education. BC Superintendents’Association Presentation Summer 2010. Retrieved November 18, 2010 from http://www.bcssa.org/powerpoints/SLA2010/MoE-SLA2010.htm - Lehmann, Chris. High School Stinks. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/chrislehmann/tedxphilly-high-school-stinks November 19, 2010. - Robinson, Ken. Changing Education Paradigms. Retrieved November 11, 2010 from http://sirkenrobinson.com/skr/rsa-animate-changing-education-paradigms - Rshaid, Gabriel. 21st Century: new teaching strategies, but are the learners ready? Presentation for the LAHC Conference 2009. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from www.lahc.net/ Site_2008/4_Conferences/21st_Century_LAHC.ppt - Seely Brown, John. New Learning Environments for the 21st Century. Retrieved July 29, 2013 from http://www.johnseelybrown.com/newlearning.pdf