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A joint presentation between Alec Couros and Dean Shareski on their teaching practices at the University of Regina. Originally presented at the Tlt Summit on April 27th, 2009 in Regina, Saskatchewan

A joint presentation between Alec Couros and Dean Shareski on their teaching practices at the University of Regina. Originally presented at the Tlt Summit on April 27th, 2009 in Regina, Saskatchewan

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  • Dean: Session overview
    Alec: Provide context for ECMP 355 and 831

  • Dean:1
    Alec: 2,3
  • Dean: K-12 Context...teacher as expert. Wearing many hats and being forced to be an expert in a information scarce environment.

    Alec: Higher Ed perspective
  • Alec:

    Not All are “experts” some are practioners, users. Provide fresh perspectives.
    Focus on Diversity
    Try to find a mix of voices from other countries, male/female, Kindergarten, higher ed, etc......
  • Dean: Experts/Connections are seen as accessible and connections remain and build beyond a one time appearance.
    I can tell this story. Do you have one that demonstrates the deeper, sustainable connections?

  • Dean: Experts/Connections are seen as accessible and connections remain and build beyond a one time appearance.
    I can tell this story. Do you have one that demonstrates the deeper, sustainable connections?

  • Alec: Different ways to Share and Express themselves (introduction to community)
  • Dean:
  • Dean: Students not only engaged in discussions but in their transparency taught each other
    Difficult at times not to be involved
    “this is my only university class that I know every student by name, and know at least one important thing about them. This is really weird, because I wouldn’t have been able to do that even in high school.

  • Alec: Example tweet deck



  • Feedback: Dean
  • Feedback: Dean
  • Dean:
  • Alec:
  • Dean:
  • Dean
  • Alec:
    Going from this (typical) to this (networked)
    Professional Learning
  • Alec:
  • Dean:
    Numerous ways to support others.
  • Alec:

  • Some of the challenging issues

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    • 1. THE LAZY PROFESSORS How Openness and Connections Make You a Better Educator Alec Couros and Dean Shareski TLT Summit 2009 Regina, SK
    • 2. #lazyprofs
    • 3. OUR QUESTIONS • Is this specific for Education or can it be applied in other fields? • What supports are required from our institutions? • Is this sustainable?
    • 4. WE AREN’T EXPERTS http://www.flickr.com/photos/thisisrobert/3364404698/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/zsrlibrary/352024072/
    • 5. WE AREN’T EXPERTS http://www.flickr.com/photos/thisisrobert/3364404698/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/zsrlibrary/352024072/
    • 6. BUT TOGETHER WE ARE
    • 7. EXTENDING CONNECTIONS
    • 8. EXTENDING CONNECTIONS
    • 9. THE KEY IS TRANSPARENCY http://www.flickr.com/photos/benseese/7456036/
    • 10. LEARNING IS SOCIAL
    • 11. ANYTIME ANYWHERE LEARNING
    • 12. MENTORSHIPS
    • 13. MAKING IT HAPPEN
    • 14. MAKING IT HAPPEN
    • 15. BRAND AND PUBLICIZE
    • 16. PAY IT FORWARD
    • 17. http://www.flickr.com/photos/superkimbo/3318863498/
    • 18. CONTROL TRANSPARENCY PRIVACY ASSESSMENT
    • 19. LET’S TALK http://www.flickr.com/photos/ginable/325235488/