Talk about Technology. New beginnings. New school year, new policies, new students.
We do so with students who have grown up with change. Tell a story.
How will we know we are on the right track? What should be packed for the journey?
What Qualities do Innovators have?
Pew – Adults Using Cells Phones – 83% Half have used it to get information quickly
Research Says. Students want better tech access.Admins and parents rate the tech better than do the students by almost 20%Innovators Do Google4 C’s
How do innovators think? What is it they do?
What do innovators act? In your school, what would this look like for teachers? Specifically? For Students?Keep Learning – Bureau of professional learning
Professional Learning Standards
Innovation Mindset<br />21st Century Education – Nancy Caramanico<br />
Change is a Constant<br />The only constant is change, continuing change, inevitable change, that is the dominant factor in society today. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be.— Isaac Asimov<br />
Journey for21st Century Technology Learning<br />
‘Vague but exciting’ - Tim Burner’s Lee’s Idea to Create the Internet as Described by his Supervisor<br />
‘Nothing we do on behalf of children is ever wasted.’ Garrison Keillor<br />
Professional Learning Standards <br />http://www.learningforward.org/standards/index.cfm<br />Released August, 2011<br />Takes in to account anytime, anywhere, connected learning<br />Professional Learning vs. Professional Development <br />
Resources <br />The Next Web- Tim Burners Lee Video<br />The Innovator’s DNA - Book<br />Where Good Ideas Come From – Book Trailer<br />Media Shift – Cell Phones Classroom <br />Speak Up Survey – 3 E’s of http://bit.ly/glc3xD<br />Ford Museum – Innovation Curriculum<br />8 Pillars of Innovation – Google Blog<br />Pew Research Internet and Life Project<br />Adults and Social Networking – Study<br />Teens and Adults Cell Phone Use - Study<br />
Lesson Resources<br />Bring Own Device Wiki – D. Kuropatwa<br />Photo Train http://bit.ly/nVvSUj<br />Iphoneography – Blog<br />Edutecher – Blog Web Tools <br />Bio Cube – Web Tool<br />
Thank You<br />Nancy Caramanico, August, 2011<br />Technology Specialist, Graduate Instructor<br />Education and Innovation for the 21st Century<br />Blog: http://ncara.edublogs.org/<br />Follow on Twitter: @ncara<br />