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How do we define "teacher"? In a world that more connected than ever before, how to leverage this for learning? This keynote will share some powerful examples of how learners and teachers from around ...

How do we define "teacher"? In a world that more connected than ever before, how to leverage this for learning? This keynote will share some powerful examples of how learners and teachers from around the world are benefiting from these connections and challenge you to consider why you might need to share too.
Shared on October 25,2011 for the NorthEast Teachers' Association Convention.

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  • Hi Dean!

    Thank you so much for sharing this slide! It's funny how when we were all young the first thing that was instilled in our heads were learning how to 'Share'. As adulthood approached us all it seems that most of us was brainwashed to do the opposite. Hoard our knowledge so that no one could be better. I've always pushed back on this because in order for me to be better at what I was doing I wanted to share so that I'm able to delegate and continue to focus on what mattered most. I truly think this is the time to retrain all of our thinking and learn to 'Share' more! This slide is awesome! Looking forward to seeing more!
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  • I hope you include this on Tuesday for #eci831. I can't wait for the discussion because it is so important for educators. Again I am impressed with your style of presentation especially when you got to slide 98-105. You 'showed your learning instead of just told about your learning.' Thanks for sharing!
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  • Who’s Your Teacher? Why Sharing Matters Dean Shareski NESD Teachers’ Convention October 25, 2011
  • Who Am I?
  • Golfer Husband/Father Teacher Who Am I? SharerLearning Consultant Learner
  • shareski.cashareski@gmail.com @shareski
  • #nesdsharing
  • #nesdsharinghttp://bit.ly/nesdsharing
  • #nesdsharing http://bit.ly/nesdsharinghttp://www.slideshare.net/shareski/
  • Everything I Needed to Learn, I Learned in Kindergarten
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikedish/1451107638/ http://soccerlens.com/files/2009/05/6ben-johnson.jpg Play Fair
  • Put things backwhere you found them
  • Flush
  • Live a balanced life - learn some and think someand draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some
  • Live a balanced life - learn some and think someand draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some
  • Live a balanced life - learn some and think someand draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some
  • Take a nap every afternoon
  • Take a nap every afternoon
  • Take a nap every afternoon
  • Take a nap every afternoon
  • Be aware of wonder. Remember the little seed in the Styrofoamcup: the roots go downand the plant goes up and nobody reallyknows how or why, but we are all like that
  • When you go out in the world, watch outfor traffic, hold hands and stick together
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/motrenko/169594714/Remember the Dick-and-Jane books and the first word you learned - the biggest word of all - LOOK
  • Share Everything
  • Before 2005 http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/344832659
  • Before 2005
  • Before 2005
  • After 2005
  • The Blog
  • My first comment
  • 1,125 50,032 57811,507 243 2,463
  • Can I find your best work online?
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa/4766403166
  • “if there is no sharing,there is no teaching” David Wiley http://www.flickr.com/photos/48442335@N04/4440857838
  • Do you have an ethical obligation to share?To whom do you have that obligation?
  • Should I share? With who?
  • “I just put it up there”
  • “There’s something profoundly selfing in not sharing” Jeff Jarvishttp://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/5379897478/
  • My Learning Project
  • My Teaching Staff
  • 2 BillionPredators
  • 2 BillionTeachers
  • What Happens When We Share?
  • “One simple idea, people took the time to share a response, one massive global project.” Pernille RippElementary TeacherWest Middleton ElementaryMadison, WI
  • “Bullying is a very large issue here in Canada, what about in your country?” Bill BelseyBill BelseyElementary TeacherCochrane, AB
  • “Resume and “I wrote a blog post titled, References Available Upon Request”. Andy MarcinekInstructional TechnologistBurlington High SchoolBurlington, MA
  • ProfessorUniversity of South Alabama Mobile, AL
  • "Commenting on blogs is as important as blogging." William Chamberlain Professor University of South Alabama Mobile, ALElementary TeacherNoel Elementary SchoolNoel, MO
  • "Commenting on blogs is as important as blogging." William Chamberlain Professor University of South Alabama Mobile, AL “The impact has been phenomenal for my studentsElementary Teacher and the kids”Noel Elementary School Dr. John HadleyNoel, MO
  • “Forget the icebreakers ...learn to share.” John ReiderHigh School TeacherBayside Secondary SchoolBelleville, ON
  • “...just like tossing a pebble into a quiet pond. We have no idea how farthe ripples will travel and we have no idea how other educators, and more importantly, how other students will benefit.” Brian Metcalfe
  • Retired EducatorWinnipeg,MB “...just like tossing a pebble into a quiet pond. We have no idea how farthe ripples will travel and we have no idea how other educators, and more importantly, how other students will benefit.” Brian Metcalfe
  • Retired EducatorWinnipeg,MB Laura Stockman 10 Years Old Buffalo, NY “...just like tossing a pebble into a quiet pond. We have no idea how farthe ripples will travel and we have no idea how other educators, and more importantly, how other students will benefit.” Brian Metcalfe
  • Retired EducatorWinnipeg,MB Laura Stockman 10 Years Old Buffalo, NY Chris Harbeck Sargent Park Elementary Winnipeg, MB “...just like tossing a pebble into a quiet pond. We have no idea how farthe ripples will travel and we have no idea how other educators, and more importantly, how other students will benefit.” Brian Metcalfe
  • Why Share?
  • To Build Community
  • ProfessionalResponsibility
  • “To work with colleagues inmutually supportive ways anddevelop effective professionalrelationships with members ofthe educationalcommunity.”
  • The Access Principle“A commitment to the value and quality of researchcarries with it a responsibility to extend thecirculation of such work as far as possibleand ideally to all who areinterested in it and allwho might profit by it .”(p. xii) John Willinskyas originally shared by the uber awesome @jonbecker http://www.flickr.com/photos/dnorman/401478956
  • “All Means All” http://www.flickr.com/photos/easystand/4195086125/
  • To Reciprocate
  • Because We’re Lazy
  • Because Reinventing Wheels is Dumb
  • To Model for our Students
  • Sharing my work online has become a huge partof the way I learn. Those connections make itpossible for me to gain a bigger audience,which means, more feedback and morelearning. A lot more people are finding me now. Mark Klassen Adapted from Will Richardson
  • Sharing my work online has become a huge partof the way I learn. Those connections make itpossible for me to gain a bigger audience,which means, more feedback and morelearning. A lot more people are finding me now. Mark Klassen Adapted from Will Richardson
  • Because YouNever Know
  • The Costanza Wallet
  • To Make Something Better
  • To Learn
  • “Why would we do that?”
  • “because we can learn from them”
  • Learning is Socialhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa/4285018251
  • What To Share and Where to Share
  • Where ?
  • How ?
  • When ?
  • TIME ?
  • I GOT NOTHIN’
  • NOT MY JOB
  • Thanks for letting me share Dean Shareski shareski@gmail.com ideasandthoughts.orgcc licensed flickr photo by Jeffry B: http://flickr.com/photos/obie099/2259545710/ twitter.com/shareski