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2012 8 GiE teachers pd

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Opening Keynote for Games in Education. Teacher's PD can be, and should be, rooted in their play spaces.

Opening Keynote for Games in Education. Teacher's PD can be, and should be, rooted in their play spaces.

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  • Thank you to both advisors.\n\nThank you to GLS group and the inspiration...\n\nGOAL: To gather expert perspectives on where the work was weakest and what I should target in future work. \n \n\n\n\n
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  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
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  • Dr. Julie Nicolson & Priya Mariana Shimpi\nthe ability to “escape reality,” enhanced problem-solving, expansion of their minds, development of friendships and intimacy in relationships, greater pride in their accomplishments, connection to valued memories of important people and experiences in their past, feelings of joy and a loss of a sense of time, and deeper self-understanding.\n
  • What are the experiences we should invest time and energy into developing? \n\n“We seem to be stuck … arguing over which factory-age solutions we should try without fully understanding the implications of the context we are in and the new functions we need education to perform.” \n –Trace Pickering (2012) systems design and development consultant in Iowa. \n\nExpert - Strong history of expert studies in teaching - for good reason. \n - but, obviously these are exceptions - no ‘findings’ are more than discussion starters. \n
  • Study with Kurt. \n
  • So we found others...\n
  • What are the experiences we should invest time and energy into developing? \n\n“We seem to be stuck … arguing over which factory-age solutions we should try without fully understanding the implications of the context we are in and the new functions we need education to perform.” \n –Trace Pickering (2012) systems design and development consultant in Iowa. \n\nExpert - Strong history of expert studies in teaching - for good reason. \n - but, obviously these are exceptions - no ‘findings’ are more than discussion starters. \n
  • What can we learn when we have adults play?\n
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  • What are the experiences we should invest time and energy into developing? \n\n“We seem to be stuck … arguing over which factory-age solutions we should try without fully understanding the implications of the context we are in and the new functions we need education to perform.” \n –Trace Pickering (2012) systems design and development consultant in Iowa. \n\nExpert - Strong history of expert studies in teaching - for good reason. \n - but, obviously these are exceptions - no ‘findings’ are more than discussion starters. \n
  • Selection has to matter. \nThey have to represent the types of practitioners that we are interested in:\nNeed to be using “21st Century Tools” to transform their classrooms.\nNeed to be recognized outside of this study -- Awards with a vetting process. “Best of the best”\n
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  • People tend to narrative both positive and negative events in their lives, these correlate to different types of challenges within context - as participants see them. \n\nSelf-exploration of life narratives is a maturing process.\n\nThis study identifies what this exemplary group of teachers define as “relevant”. \n\n\n
  • personality and life-span developmental psychology\nOk, so this is a methodology primarily used for identity construction... psychology. \nI liked it for it’s capacity to grab narrative as data across cases, but recognize the limits of using it for another purpose. \n\n
  • personality and life-span developmental psychology\nOk, so this is a methodology primarily used for identity construction... psychology. \nI liked it for it’s capacity to grab narrative as data across cases, but recognize the limits of using it for another purpose. \n\n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n\nMcAdams (2008) “Personal Narratives and the Life Story, \nFamily, Growth in Early years, Problems, Epiphanies/Turning Points, Progress - Counter narratives. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \nFrom an outsiders view, this is easily seen as the only way to have affect.\nBut... it isn’t the way the most effective teachers operate. \n
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  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Same technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Relevance of an activity was sorted according to how teachers perceived the narrative. \n\nMy goal was to capture their perception of relevant/positive narratives.\n\nThese are “stories about...” or narratives, not tallies. \n
  • Framing these areas... Institutional, Personal, Digital.\n\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n“Conditioned” \nInstitutional = designed experiences that are primarily organized by the institution.\n
  • Framing these areas... Institutional, Personal, Digital.\n\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n“Conditioned” \nInstitutional = designed experiences that are primarily organized by the institution.\n
  • Framing these areas... Institutional, Personal, Digital.\n\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n“Conditioned” \nInstitutional = designed experiences that are primarily organized by the institution.\n
  • Framing these areas... Institutional, Personal, Digital.\n\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n“Conditioned” \nInstitutional = designed experiences that are primarily organized by the institution.\n
  • Framing these areas... Institutional, Personal, Digital.\n\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n“Conditioned” \nInstitutional = designed experiences that are primarily organized by the institution.\n
  • Framing these areas... Institutional, Personal, Digital.\n\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n“Conditioned” \nInstitutional = designed experiences that are primarily organized by the institution.\n
  • Framing these areas... Institutional, Personal, Digital.\n\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n“Conditioned” \nInstitutional = designed experiences that are primarily organized by the institution.\n
  • Could just be a reflection of how it has always been... \nDifferences between expert teachers and the rest...\n\nResponsibility for professional growth is primarily on the teacher and the teacher’s time. \n\nMimi Ito’s “Hanging out” “Messing around” and “Geeking out” Idea generation largely coming out during these first two times.\n
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  • Again: for expert teachers...\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
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  • Student guidance... overcomes “techie”\n\nLearning online, networks, forums... Overcomes “failure”\n\nHumility\n
  • Student guidance... overcomes “techie”\n\nLearning online, networks, forums... Overcomes “failure”\n
  • Student guidance... overcomes “techie”\n\nLearning online, networks, forums... Overcomes “failure”\n
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  • Student guidance... overcomes “techie”\n\nLearning online, networks, forums... Overcomes “failure”\n
  • Student guidance... overcomes “techie”\n\nLearning online, networks, forums... Overcomes “failure”\n
  • Student guidance... overcomes “techie”\n\nLearning online, networks, forums... Overcomes “failure”\n
  • Again: for expert teachers...\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Adults learn while playing games. =) Awesome!\n
  • Teachers are not self-defined as techies, ICT was usually contextualized as a transformative attribute.\n Teachers not defining self as “techie”\nIndication that the tech itself, without formal application is successfully outperforming traditional designed PD in terms of relevance for expert teachers.\nAnd games...\nSimple to complex tools being used... \n\n\n
  • Experience of PD\n
  • Experience of PD\n
  • Expeirence of ICT\n
  • Teachers are not self-defined as techies, ICT was usually contextualized as a transformative attribute.\n Teachers not defining self as “techie”\nIndication that the tech itself, without formal application is successfully outperforming traditional designed PD in terms of relevance for expert teachers.\nAnd games...\nSimple to complex tools being used... \n\n\n
  • Again: for expert teachers...\nSame technology that facilitates Massive Data Warehousing, (Populations of people), Efficiency of scale...\nIs fueling persona-tech too. \nStart with what people are doing and how they are socially constructing the tech. \n
  • Wrap up.\nThen they go win awards. \nThen students say “thank you”. \n
  • Wrap up. \n
  • Thank you to both advisors.\n\nThank you to GLS group and the inspiration...\n\nGOAL: To gather expert perspectives on where the work was weakest and what I should target in future work. \n \n\n\n\n
  • Transcript

    • 1. PD as Play Seann Dikkers Ohio University The 21st Century Teaching Project
    • 2. Learning for expert adults looks verysimilar to ways we are thinking about playful learning for youth.
    • 3. Learning for expert adults looks verysimilar to ways we are thinking about playful learning for youth
    • 4. Learning for expert adults looks verysimilar to ways we are thinking about playful learning for youth - playful
    • 5. Doesn’t technology causedistractions?
    • 6. Squire, K. & Dikkers, S.(2011). “Amplificationsof Learning: Use ofMobile Media DevicesAmong Youth.”Convergence: The InternationalJournal of Research into New MediaTechnologies
    • 7. Can adults playprofessionally?
    • 8. What ??!!?
    • 9. Can we do PD this way too?
    • 10. What can welearn fromexpert teacherlife-narrativesabout relevanttraining andprofessionaldevlopment?
    • 11. Participants“Some stories are better thanothers” -Dan McAdams (2009)
    • 12. Participant Invites
    • 13. Participants Invited GLS TotY Other
    • 14. Total Participants n=39 Participants Invited GLS TotY Other
    • 15. “Relevant”Narratives
    • 16. Life-Narrative Accounts (LNA) From Dan McAdams, (1993 & 2011)
    • 17. Life-Narrative Accounts (LNA) From Dan McAdams, (1993 & 2011) Phase 1 Context of Discovery
    • 18. Life-Narrative Accounts (LNA) From Dan McAdams, (1993 & 2011) Phase 1 Phase 2 Context of Context of Discovery Justification
    • 19. Life Narratives (2008)
    • 20. Life Narratives (2008) • Family • Growth in Early Years • Problems • Epiphanies & Turning Points • Progress
    • 21. Life Narratives (2008) Trajectories of PD • Family • Growth in Early Years • Problems • Epiphanies & Turning Points • Progress
    • 22. Life Narratives (2008) Trajectories of PD • Family • Beginnings • Growth in Early Years • Disposition and Transformation • Problems • Experience of PD • Epiphanies & Turning • Experience of ICT Points • Experience of • Progress Leadership *Refinements *Convergences
    • 23. Desimone, 2011
    • 24. PD New beliefs New Practice Desimone, 2011
    • 25. “I feel that its rather an unorthodoxjourney that Ive had”
    • 26. Disposition and Transformation PD New beliefs New Practice
    • 27. Disposition and Transformation PD New beliefs New Practice Failure New beliefs PD New Practice
    • 28. Disposition and Transformation PD New beliefs New Practice Failure New beliefs PD New Practice Existing beliefs PD New Practice
    • 29. Disposition and Transformation PD New beliefs New Practice Failure New beliefs PD New Practice Existing beliefs PD New PracticeExisting beliefs Alternative Models New Practice
    • 30. Disposition and Transformation Growth Toward Growth Away Positive Progressive Predisposed Predisposition Predisposition Re-disposed External Realization Internal Realization
    • 31. Disposition and Transformation ! Positive Progressive Internal External Predisposition Predisposition Realization Realization Narratives 4 8 14 13
    • 32. Where are expert teachers calling relevant PD experiences?
    • 33. Experience of PD
    • 34. Experience of PD Institutional
    • 35. Experience of PD Institutional
    • 36. Experience of PD Institutional Personal
    • 37. Experience of PD Institutional Personal
    • 38. Experience of PD Institutional Personal
    • 39. Institutional PD Personal PD
    • 40. Relevance of ICT Resources
    • 41. Relevance of ICT ResourcesPersonal Digital
    • 42. Digital experiences outweighinstitutional experiences for expertteachers - and this is fairly new.
    • 43. PD in-community
    • 44. “I’m constantlyworried that I’m going to break something.”
    • 45. “Rather then reinvent the wheel there are already some teachers who aredoing great things and so a lot of the sharing has been easier not just between teachers... but strangers.”
    • 46. “...I got the idea from[students] and they kind of walked me through the steps.”
    • 47. PD in-practice
    • 48. I had the momentwhere I realized I was teaching the same way my teachers taughtme in high school and I was bored then
    • 49. I remembercrashing andburning realbad on what I would consider traditional lectures.
    • 50. “Yeah, I love failure. Failure isthe only time I learn.”
    • 51. Teachers are also predisposed andhave internal transformations (basedon failure).
    • 52. PD in-game
    • 53. “I began to playEverquestwith oneand thenit beganto grow”
    • 54. “I count my guild in World of Warcraft asprobably one of my topprofessional development venues.
    • 55. My twitter and ISTE and mySecond Life... are probably my strongest (PD)...”
    • 56. “I don’tknow how I taughtwithout it. It’s an amazing tool.”
    • 57. “It blewmy mind.It was a pivotal turningpoint inmy life.”
    • 58. Gaming & online communities aregenerative for adult learning.
    • 59. Adults learn effectivelyby playing games, withothers, learning to fail and carrying over exciting learning experiences to their classrooms.
    • 60. What next?
    • 61. Thank you Seann Dikkers Ohio University The 21st Century Teaching Project

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