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    • Removing the Lids of LearningDean ShareskiCalgary, ABMarch 15, 2013
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    • shareski.cadean_shareski@discovery.com @shareski
    • #ccsd
    • What lids have weplaced on learning?
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    • n acc elera tor of"Tec hnolo gy is a of it." reator Jim Collins omen tum, n ot a cmhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/eole/463339300/
    • Technology rarely comes without a trade off http://www.flickr.com/photos/tronics/380379732
    • Who’s the big kid in the suspenders?
    • Lack of Resources
    • Lack of Resources Lack of Expertise
    • Pseudo Problems
    • Pseudo ProblemsPseudo Learning
    • After 2005
    • Courtesy D’arcy Norman
    • 5 lids
    • # Print
    • The Lid
    • The Lid
    • “Books are designedto contain all theinformation required tostop inquiries within thebook’s topic. But nowthat our medium canhandle far more ideasand information, andnow that it is aconnective medium(ideas to ideas,people to ideas,people to people),our strategy ischanging. And that ischanging the veryshape of knowledge.”
    • “At this age, they get stuck onWikipedia being the answer toeverything and they forget thatpeople can be a really greatresource.”
    • “Bringing smart peopletogether is an ancient andeffective technique fordeveloping ideas. The Netalso lets smart peopleconnect and communicate...
    • But the Net brings peopletogether in new andoccasionally weirdconfigurations—a weirdness thatis now being reflected in howexpertise works....”
    • # Literacy http://www.flickr.com/photos/56739145@N07/6237964984/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa/4554087615The Lid
    • I’m eating bacon
    • I like bacon
    • I have skills eating bacon
    • This is where I eat bacon
    • Watch me eating bacon
    • Here’s a vintage photo of my bacon
    • Here’s a recipe with bacon
    • I work for Google and I eat bacon
    • I’m listening to music about bacon
    • Consumption Creation Reading Writing Listening Speaking Viewing Representing
    • Consumption CreationReading Writing Listening Speaking Viewing Representing
    • Consumption CreationReading Writing Listening Speaking Viewing Representing
    • # Assessment
    • The Lid
    • Grading
    • AFL | Assessment For Learning | Feedback
    • “Assessment is a Conversation, Not a Spreadsheet” Joe Bower
    • # Teachers
    • The Lid
    • Tell that to Chris Avenir
    • Tell that to Chris AvenirRyerson University sites 3 reasons forthe case against him. 1.Learning should be hard. 2.There is no structure of regulation for online behavior and that makes it incompatible with academic work. 3.It is our job to protect academic integrity from any threat.i.e. Unless learning is hard and is directed by others, it failsto meet the standard for academic rigor.
    • My Learning Project
    • My Learning Project
    • My Teaching Staff
    • # Sharing http://www.flickr.com/photos/30864080@N00/842409487/
    • “[T]he word “publishing” means a cadre ofprofessionals who are taking on theincredible difficulty and complexity andexpense of making something public.That’s not a job anymore. That’s abutton. There’s a button that says “publish,”and when you press it, it’s done.”The Lid
    • “[T]he word “publishing” means a cadre ofprofessionals who are taking on theincredible difficulty and complexity andexpense of making something public.That’s not a job anymore. That’s abutton. There’s a button that says “publish,”and when you press it, it’s done.”The Lid
    • Can I find yourbest work online?
    • any of Can I find yourbest work online?
    • http://stories.cogdogblog.com/
    • Dan Meyerhttp://blog.mrmeyer.com
    • ...connecting educators to their most valuable resource
    • ...connecting educators to their most valuable resource ...each other http://www.flickr.com/photos/khokanson/188856360
    • Removing theLidsof Learning
    • Removing theLidsof Learning