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  • Mainstream, inclusion, face to face driver, tech tools not processes – catawba county schools tech trac grant
  • Clinton’s four charges and the promise for access, connectivity, pd, and learning differences.
  • Moore’s law but tech did not change – SACS visits – principal as technology leader, LEA shephard, Rep for services, tools are expensive and modifcations are costly.
  • Coal mining in the military
  • Disrupting class to now blended world is open born digital
  • Handout #3 models of blended leanring in your pdf
  • Alll docs here in the pdf
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    • 1. Cloud Creators and Curators WantedGeneration Next for Learning Services
      @Bryan Setser
      #plnpower
    • 2. The Deep South
    • 3. Our ConversationServices for All: Why, What, and How on the Cloud?
    • 4. 1953 and 1993
    • 5. All children can learn
    • 6. All children can learn online
    • 7. 1996
    • 8. 2000-2005
    • 9. US Education – 55th behind coal mining for innovation – INACOL.org
    • 10. 2005-2007
    • 11. Twitter timeout
    • 12. Old School Virtual?
    • 13. 21st Century Blended Classrooms and Web 2.0
      New School Blended Models
    • 14.
    • 15. R2D2 Method
      Read –auditory and verbal examples
      Reflect – blog and podcast examples
      Display – visual learners
      Do – Tactile, kinesthetic, and exploratory learners
      -curt bonk (IU)
    • 16. Social Interactions for Learning
      Digital Content
      Mobility – 24/7 Access
      Print to Online
      Four For the Future: Karen Cator
      16
    • 17. Next Generation Ideas for Exceptional Children
      What does it look like?
      North Carolina’s model
      Technology
      Accountability
      Non-academic factors
      Parents
      Disputes
      Recommendations
    • 18. Adaptive PE Blends?
      18
    • 19. khanacademy.org
    • 20.
    • 21. App Culture
    • 22. Models
    • 23. Politics and Economics
    • 24. 2010-2011
      201
      Donors choose
      Race to the Top & i3
      Foundations
      $500 million to Newark, NJ
      $100 million
    • 25. Technology Exchange
    • 26. Dawnof the Cloud
    • 27. Need for Curation
      Blending and Blurring Roles
      Mobile and Portable Learning
      Serious Play
      Social “Learning Networks”
      The Age of Analytics
    • 28. Everyone an Expert
    • 29. Blurred or Blended?
      29
      Plus/Delta Audience Activity:
      Apps Plus:
      Apps Delta:
    • 30. Mobile and Portable Learning
    • 31. Augmented Mobile & Portable Learning
      Google Goggles
      &
      Roku’s Reward
      2010
      4/6/11
      31
    • 32. Serious Play
      68% of high school students play video games
      Average gamer is 35 with a 12 year career
      Average age of most frequent game  purchaser is 39
      Fast growing cohort, over 50 (25% now)
      37% of heads of households play games on  wireless devices
      -Mark Milliron –Gates Foundation 2011
      32
    • 33. Social “Learning Networks”
      A face book philosophy (a web walk)
      Edmodo for students and teachers
      Twapper keepers
      Club Penquin
      Groupon
      Trip Advisor
      Living Social
      Schoology
      Linked In
      Rate my teacher or professor.com
      33
    • 34. The Age of Analytics
      We live in the age of mathematicians in which inordinate power and wealth will go to the people who create the algorithms that end up dictating who and what we know. The amount of information people digest is doubling every two years. That overload leads to shorter attention spans, shorter units of communication, and a dire need for curators.
      - Yuri Milner (Russian Social Media Mogul)
      34
    • 35. Analytics Examples
      Wolfram Alpha - http://www.wolframalpha.com/
      Many Eyes – IBM
      Google Analytics
      My son’s school - http://www.therenow.net/how-does-iris-work
      Smart dashboards ahead – Microsoft Video
      35
    • 36. Making the pivot
    • 37. Force Field Analysis Exercise
    • 38. Q and Aslideshare.netbsetser@openedsolutions.com

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