“to integrate or
to transform?”
(it’s not a trivial question)
June 5, 2014
hello
@nashworld
nashworld.me
nashworld@gmail.com
wordle.net
Design a
lesson
around this…
curriculumunit course
4.1.A.b•Strand 4:“Changes in Ecosystems and Interactions
of Organisms with their Environments”
!
•Big Idea 1:“Organisms ar...
http://goo.gl/qx5E1
THE SILENT CHALK TALK
Silently & independently
connect to your
Midwestern schema
5
What is a pond?
Silently &
collaboratively
scribble your way. Tell.
Ask? Mindmap. Draw.
Share. Connect.
10 min:
Connect
your brain.
WHAT?
10 min worth of:
living vs.
non-living
diagram a pond
what
lives
in a
pond?
areas within a pond
estimate
populations...
Rotate.
Study another
group. Fill in gaps.
Make connections.
Cross pollinate.
5
Cross-
Pollinate.
What just happened?
“to integrate or
to transform?”
(it’s not a trivial question)
June 5, 2014
My girls:
My roles:
4-1-1
dial
Information:
4 new ideas
1 thing i knew
1 call to action
BELIEF
VS.
ACTION
THE CHANGE PROCESS
IN SCHOOLS
Is it this? Or is it this?
1.Professional development	

2.Change in belief	

3.Change in pra...
“It is easier to act your
way into a new way of
thinking than it is to think
your way into a new way
of acting.”
-Burchell...
3 questions
3 lenses
3 questions
3 lenses
WHERE ARE YOU?
1
1
WHY ARE WE
HERE TODAY?
“Millennium 2000”
Just because you can...
...doesn’t mean you should.
Textbooks
don’t motivate
students
Our students
cannot stuff
us into their
backpacks
...this might better approximate reality.
NEW
LITERACIES?
NCTE’s 21st Century Literacies Framework:
Create, critique, analyze, and
evaluate multimedia texts
Design and share
inform...
“This instrument can teach, it can
illuminate, yes, it can even inspire.
But it can do so only to the extent
that humans a...
“This instrument can teach, it can
illuminate, yes, it can even inspire.
But it can do so only to the extent
that humans a...
1
http://www.sjsd.k12.mo.us
self-control
Vision 2020Pilot
communication
& collaboration
creativity & innovation
curiosity
zest
grit
social intelligenc...
WHERE ARE
YOU GOING?
2
2
“Is it OK to be a
technologically
illiterate
teacher?”
“When introduced to a new technology,
I've never heard a kid ask,
When's the workshop?”
“If you only had 1 hour to show some
teachers and parents a maximum of
8 to 10 really interesting educational
technology p...
standards, big ideas, new literacies,
“big shifts”, etc...
standards, big ideas, new literacies,
“big shifts”, etc...
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TOOLS
TOOLS TOOLOLSS TOOLSTOOLSTOOLS
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TOO
TO...
standards, big ideas, new literacies,
“big shifts”, etc...
TOOLSTOOLS TOOLS
TOOLS
TOOLS TOOLOLSS TOOLSTOOLSTOOLS
LS
TOO
TO...
“What does a teacher need
to know and be able to do
to be considered tech savvy
in 2014?”
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“At enlightened, forward-thinking
companies, managers understand the
connection between learning, innovation,
and higher p...
‘twas the night before a due date...
stjoeh2o.ning.com
“It is no longer enough
to do powerful work if no one sees it.”
Chris Lehmann
“I think it would be really cool to
have a sweet coral like Osha
found that was 350 millions
years old. (Rugosa spp.) I al...
“...by using the website, while
just thinking my thoughts out
loud into cyberspace, an author
heard and sent me a piece of...
“…I still have it too! I keep it on
my desk. It's always
encouraged me to engage
people. Like taking personal
interest in ...
“Connections on
social networking
sites can provide
students with
experiences and
knowledge they
would otherwise
lack.”
fr...
“Students ask
and answer
questions, share
photos or videos...
and in doing so,
they’ve created a
real sense of
community.”...
-Cheryl Ferrari, 2011
http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/teaching_now/2014/05/english-class-self-publishes-poetry-e-book.html
Became the bestselling book under
“poetry” on iBooks on May 6th, 2014.,
surpassing The Odyssey.
!
$2.99 per copy to be use...
what will
it take to
get there?
3
3
“Your current safe
boundaries were once
unknown frontiers.”
-Unknown
SAMR
3
-Dr. Ruben Puentedura, 2011
substitute
augment
modify
redefine
SAMR: -inspired by Jennie Magiera
WHERE ARE YOU?
1
1
WHERE ARE
YOU GOING?
2
2
what will
it take to
get there?
3
3
1
TPACK
2
SAMR
3
4-1-1
dial
Information:
4 new ideas
1 thing i knew
1 call to action
And now… back to
the pond.
Photograph. Ask
questions. Import.
Add notes. Elaborate.
Exploit the commons.
5
Organize
your thoughts.
Research.
Answer questions.
Share. Post. Publish.
Elicit responses.
10
Input: next
http://sharingliberty.blogspot.com
nashworld.liberty
@blogspot.com
BELIEF
VS.
ACTION
“Don’t wait. The time
will never be just right.”
-Napoleon Hill
I’m asking you NOT to
believe in my ability to
bring real change to your
district and to the lives of
your students...
I’m asking you to believe
in yours.
Thank you.
@nashworld
nashworld.me
nashworld@gmail.com
challenge
The
ARTWORK THANKS
“Nikon F Lens” by dbr Atl on Flickr via CC
!
“Einstein @ Chalkboard” image created at Hetemeel.com
!
“A Sol...
ARTWORK THANKS!
“Future Car” by Luke Jones on Flickr via CC
!
“New Zealand_181” by Jason Jones on Flickr via CC
!
“descent...
ARTWORK THANKS!
“The question mark tentacle” by Jaula DeArdilla on Flickr via CC
!
“not quite clear on the concept” by woo...
ARTWORK THANKS
!
“The question mark tentacle” by Jaula DeArdilla on Flickr via CC
!
“Globaleye” by Kristen on Flickr via C...
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  1. 1. “to integrate or to transform?” (it’s not a trivial question) June 5, 2014
  2. 2. hello @nashworld nashworld.me nashworld@gmail.com
  3. 3. wordle.net
  4. 4. Design a lesson around this…
  5. 5. Design a lesson around this… curriculumunit course
  6. 6. 4.1.A.b•Strand 4:“Changes in Ecosystems and Interactions of Organisms with their Environments” ! •Big Idea 1:“Organisms are interdependent with one another and with their environment” ! •Concept A:“All populations living together within a community interact with one another and •with their environment in order to survive and maintain a balanced ecosystem” ! •Grade Level Expectation (GLE):“Identify and describe how different environments (i.e. pond, forest, prairie) support the life of different types of plants and animals” The standards
  7. 7. http://goo.gl/qx5E1 THE SILENT CHALK TALK
  8. 8. Silently & independently connect to your Midwestern schema 5 What is a pond?
  9. 9. Silently & collaboratively scribble your way. Tell. Ask? Mindmap. Draw. Share. Connect. 10 min: Connect your brain.
  10. 10. WHAT? 10 min worth of: living vs. non-living diagram a pond what lives in a pond? areas within a pond estimate populations pond food web
  11. 11. Rotate. Study another group. Fill in gaps. Make connections. Cross pollinate. 5 Cross- Pollinate.
  12. 12. What just happened?
  13. 13. “to integrate or to transform?” (it’s not a trivial question) June 5, 2014
  14. 14. My girls:
  15. 15. My roles:
  16. 16. 4-1-1 dial Information: 4 new ideas 1 thing i knew 1 call to action
  17. 17. BELIEF VS. ACTION
  18. 18. THE CHANGE PROCESS IN SCHOOLS Is it this? Or is it this? 1.Professional development 2.Change in belief 3.Change in practice 4.Change in achievement 1.Professional development 2.Change in practice 3.Change in achievement 4.Change in belief -ThomasGuskey
  19. 19. “It is easier to act your way into a new way of thinking than it is to think your way into a new way of acting.” -Burchell & Robin, The Great Workplace
  20. 20. 3 questions 3 lenses
  21. 21. 3 questions
  22. 22. 3 lenses
  23. 23. WHERE ARE YOU? 1 1
  24. 24. WHY ARE WE HERE TODAY?
  25. 25. “Millennium 2000”
  26. 26. Just because you can... ...doesn’t mean you should.
  27. 27. Textbooks don’t motivate students
  28. 28. Our students cannot stuff us into their backpacks
  29. 29. ...this might better approximate reality.
  30. 30. NEW LITERACIES?
  31. 31. NCTE’s 21st Century Literacies Framework: Create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multimedia texts Design and share information for global communities to meet a variety of purposes Attend to the ethical responsibilities required by these complex environments Build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally Manage, analyze, and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information Develop proficiency with the tools of technology ~NCTE 21st Century Skills Framework
  32. 32. “This instrument can teach, it can illuminate, yes, it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise, it's nothing but wires and lights in a box.”
  33. 33. “This instrument can teach, it can illuminate, yes, it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise, it's nothing but wires and lights in a box.” -Edward R. Murrow, (about television)
  34. 34. 1
  35. 35. http://www.sjsd.k12.mo.us
  36. 36. self-control Vision 2020Pilot communication & collaboration creativity & innovation curiosity zest grit social intelligence gratitude optimismresearch & information fluency critical thinking digital citizenship technology operations
  37. 37. WHERE ARE YOU GOING? 2 2
  38. 38. “Is it OK to be a technologically illiterate teacher?”
  39. 39. “When introduced to a new technology, I've never heard a kid ask, When's the workshop?”
  40. 40. “If you only had 1 hour to show some teachers and parents a maximum of 8 to 10 really interesting educational technology projects happening with younger schoolchildren, what would you show them?”
  41. 41. standards, big ideas, new literacies, “big shifts”, etc...
  42. 42. standards, big ideas, new literacies, “big shifts”, etc... TOOLSTOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLOLSS TOOLSTOOLSTOOLS LS TOO TOOLS TOOLS LS TOOLS OOLS OOLS TOOLS TOOLSTOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TO TOOLS TOOLS
  43. 43. standards, big ideas, new literacies, “big shifts”, etc... TOOLSTOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLOLSS TOOLSTOOLSTOOLS LS TOO TOOLS TOOLS LS TOOLS OOLS OOLS TOOLS TOOLSTOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS TO TOOLS TOOLS ?
  44. 44. “What does a teacher need to know and be able to do to be considered tech savvy in 2014?”
  45. 45. TPACK 2
  46. 46. *Mishra & Koehler, MSU, 2006 TPACK:
  47. 47. *Mishra & Koehler, MSU, 2006 TPACK: C
  48. 48. *Mishra & Koehler, MSU, 2006 TPACK: C P
  49. 49. T *Mishra & Koehler, MSU, 2006 TPACK: C P
  50. 50. TPACK: T C P
  51. 51. TPACK: T C P T C P
  52. 52. TPACK: T C P T C P T C P
  53. 53. TPACK: T C P T C P T C P T C P
  54. 54. “At enlightened, forward-thinking companies, managers understand the connection between learning, innovation, and higher productivity — in fact, employees at these companies may even be encouraged to spend time learning and experimenting with new technologies.” - Joe McKendrick, FastForward
  55. 55. ‘twas the night before a due date...
  56. 56. stjoeh2o.ning.com
  57. 57. “It is no longer enough to do powerful work if no one sees it.” Chris Lehmann
  58. 58. “I think it would be really cool to have a sweet coral like Osha found that was 350 millions years old. (Rugosa spp.) I also found it interesting that there were some freakin ancient corals in IOWA!” -Torin McKinley, 2008
  59. 59. “...by using the website, while just thinking my thoughts out loud into cyberspace, an author heard and sent me a piece of ancient history.” -Torin McKinley
  60. 60. “…I still have it too! I keep it on my desk. It's always encouraged me to engage people. Like taking personal interest in their interests.”
 -Torin McKinley Update: from Tuesday night (5/3/14) via Twitter:
  61. 61. “Connections on social networking sites can provide students with experiences and knowledge they would otherwise lack.” from pages #152-153
  62. 62. “Students ask and answer questions, share photos or videos... and in doing so, they’ve created a real sense of community.” from pages #142-143
  63. 63. -Cheryl Ferrari, 2011
  64. 64. http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/teaching_now/2014/05/english-class-self-publishes-poetry-e-book.html
  65. 65. Became the bestselling book under “poetry” on iBooks on May 6th, 2014., surpassing The Odyssey. ! $2.99 per copy to be used as a freshman class fundraiser to raise money for the students' 2016 senior ball.
  66. 66. what will it take to get there? 3 3
  67. 67. “Your current safe boundaries were once unknown frontiers.” -Unknown
  68. 68. SAMR 3
  69. 69. -Dr. Ruben Puentedura, 2011
  70. 70. substitute augment modify redefine SAMR: -inspired by Jennie Magiera
  71. 71. WHERE ARE YOU? 1 1
  72. 72. WHERE ARE YOU GOING? 2 2
  73. 73. what will it take to get there? 3 3
  74. 74. 1
  75. 75. TPACK 2
  76. 76. SAMR 3
  77. 77. 4-1-1 dial Information: 4 new ideas 1 thing i knew 1 call to action
  78. 78. And now… back to the pond.
  79. 79. Photograph. Ask questions. Import. Add notes. Elaborate. Exploit the commons. 5 Organize your thoughts.
  80. 80. Research. Answer questions. Share. Post. Publish. Elicit responses. 10 Input: next
  81. 81. http://sharingliberty.blogspot.com
  82. 82. nashworld.liberty @blogspot.com
  83. 83. BELIEF VS. ACTION
  84. 84. “Don’t wait. The time will never be just right.” -Napoleon Hill
  85. 85. I’m asking you NOT to believe in my ability to bring real change to your district and to the lives of your students...
  86. 86. I’m asking you to believe in yours.
  87. 87. Thank you.
  88. 88. @nashworld nashworld.me nashworld@gmail.com
  89. 89. challenge The
  90. 90. ARTWORK THANKS “Nikon F Lens” by dbr Atl on Flickr via CC ! “Einstein @ Chalkboard” image created at Hetemeel.com ! “A Soldier’s Still” by Lyle58 on Flickr via CC ! “30 Days of Gratitude- Day 8” by ausiegall on Flickr via CC ! “the pilot p-500 by Matthew C. Wright” on Flickr via CC ! “867-5309” by Mike Blitzenhofer on Flickr via CC !
  91. 91. ARTWORK THANKS! “Future Car” by Luke Jones on Flickr via CC ! “New Zealand_181” by Jason Jones on Flickr via CC ! “descent” by Doug Anderson on Flickr via CC ! “macro” by Miss Barabanov on Flickr via CC ! “Drill” by Nicholas Vinacco on Flickr via CC ! “Boring” by photobunny on Flickr via CC !
  92. 92. ARTWORK THANKS! “The question mark tentacle” by Jaula DeArdilla on Flickr via CC ! “not quite clear on the concept” by woodleywonderworks on Flickr via CC ! “LOGO2.0 part 1” by Ludwig Gatzke on Flickr via CC ! “Web companies...still going” by Meg Pickard on Flickr via CC ! “Chainsaw closeup 1” by dogwatcher on Flickr via CC ! “SAMR Model” by Dr. Ruben Puentedura ! My “SAMR Seesaw” diagram was inspired by Jennifer Magiera
  93. 93. ARTWORK THANKS ! “The question mark tentacle” by Jaula DeArdilla on Flickr via CC ! “Globaleye” by Kristen on Flickr via CC ! “Morning on Haleakala” by Ken Schwarz on Flickr via CC !

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