Boss iste-2012

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Presentation from ISTE12 session, Inside the New Idea Factory, June 27, 2012

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  • Example of Jua Kali: Swahili for “hot sun”; open-air innovation
  • Bottom line: There’s a world of innovation “out there.” How do we bring into school?
  • Facebook’s “move fast, break stuff” culture.
  • How HFLI arrived at Foundations of Innovation curriculum
  • How HFLI arrived at Foundations of Innovation curriculum
  • Take good ideas into the world
  • Take good ideas into the world
  • Boss iste-2012

    1. 1. Inside the New Idea Factory Suzie Boss
    2. 2. “We need to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the restof the world…That’s how we’ll win the future.” ~President Obama 2011 State of the Union
    3. 3. #1: Creativity and InnovationStudents demonstrate creativethinking, construct knowledge,and develop innovative productsand processes using technology.
    4. 4. Let’s reframeas a problemstatement:How might webring innovationto school?
    5. 5. Let’s use the process that innovators use: Frame the issue Generate ideas Test and improve (iterative design cycles) Share
    6. 6. Process: Frame the issueWhere do we find innovation?What do we know about innovators?What good ideas can we borrow from them?
    7. 7. Appreciating Our Innovation Roots
    8. 8. Fast Forward: Motor City to Maker City
    9. 9. Tinkerers: Mt. Elliott Makerspace
    10. 10. Problem Solvers: Studio H
    11. 11. Don’t Overlook Social Innovators
    12. 12. Flattening of InnovationAfrica: India:Jua Kali Jugaad
    13. 13. Process: Generate IdeasWhen happens when your district has aseed fund for innovation? Let’s hear from Pam Moran, Albemarle County Public Schools, Virginia
    14. 14. How else do innovators generate ideas?Be opportunisticThink in metaphorsTake time to mess aroundLearn to failLook for crossroads
    15. 15. Why metaphors? “Call me Trimtab.” http://challenge.bfi.org
    16. 16. Why metaphors? StripeSpotterhttp://code.google.com/p/stripespotter
    17. 17. More metaphors: “eHarmony for Pets”www.pixieproject.org
    18. 18. Why celebrate failure?
    19. 19. Challenge: Learn to Fail Smarter http://failfaire.org/
    20. 20. Process: Test and improveHenry Ford Learning Institute’sFoundations of Innovation
    21. 21. What emerges fromdesign thinkingprocess?Carry-all for homelessfrom HFA: AlamedaSchool for Art andDesign, San Antonio
    22. 22. Final step: ShareDots in Blue Water, Berne, Indiana Dots in Blue Water, Berne, Indiana Dots in Blue Water, Berne, Indiana
    23. 23. Final step: Share
    24. 24. Let’s crowdsource:Add to the Google Doc:How Do We Foster Innovation?http://tinyurl.com/6oy6agv
    25. 25. Let’s connect:Twitter: @suziebossEmail: suzieboss@gmail.com

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