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  • We’re asking kids questions that they can answer with their cell phones.\n
  • It’s so crappy right now because we are unlearning. HUGE.\n
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  • Bold Schools

    1. From “Old School” to “Bold School”An Exploration in Change Will Richardson will@willrichardson.com willrichardson.com @willrich45
    2. GOALSPush Your ThinkingPush Your Practice Push Your Action
    3. “It was the best of times, it wasthe worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness...” Charles Dickens
    4. CHANGE
    5. “The change we are inthe middle of isn’t minor and it isn’t optional.” Clay Shirky
    6. Scarcity
    7. ScarcityABUNDANCE
    8. ABUNDANCE OF... Information Tools Opinions People Data Resources Media More...
    9. ABUNDANCE OF... (Kids’ Version) Games Videos Networks Texts Hangouts All Sorts of Other Interesting StuffThey Don’t Have Access to In School
    10. ...WHICH IS CHANGING Media Politics Journalism Medicine Books Business Music...
    11. ...WHICH IS CHANGING ...Education
    12. ...A world marked by “ubiquitous computing, ubiquitous information, ubiquitous networks, at unlimited speed, about everything, everywhere,from anywhere, on all kinds of devices that make it ridiculously easy to connect, organize, share, collect, collaborate and publish.” Michael Wesch
    13. ...WHICH IS CHANGING Examples
    14. ABUNDANCEWill Change Us.
    15. ABUNDANCEWill Change Us.Is Changing Us.
    16. bit.ly/MZmNDy
    17. carcityS bit.ly/MZmNDy
    18. carcityS bit.ly/MZmNDy
    19. carcity SAbu ndan ce bit.ly/MZmNDy
    20. carcity SInformation ≠ Education Abu ndan ce bit.ly/MZmNDy
    21. carcity SAbu ndan ce bit.ly/MZmNDy
    22. NEW REALITIES1. Content and Knowledge are Everywhere
    23. NEW REALITIES1. Content and Knowledge are Everywhere 2. Teachers are Everywhere
    24. NEW REALITIES1. Content and Knowledge are Everywhere 2. Teachers are Everywhere 3. Data is Everywhere
    25. NEW REALITIES1. Content and Knowledge are Everywhere 2. Teachers are Everywhere 3. Data is Everywhere 4. Networks are the New Classrooms
    26. NEW REALITIES Individuals (Apprenticeships)
    27. NEW REALITIES Individuals (Apprenticeships) Groups (Classrooms)
    28. NEW REALITIES Individuals (Apprenticeships) Groups (Classrooms) Networks (VLEs)
    29. “Networked Individualism”
    30. NEW REALITIES1. Content and Knowledge are Everywhere 2. Teachers are Everywhere 3. Data is Everywhere 4. Networks are the New Classrooms 5. Learning is On Demand
    31. bit.ly/LQ85go
    32. change
    33. CHANGE
    34. KEY QUESTIONSWhat is the primary value of school when these “New Realities” exist?
    35. KEY QUESTIONSWhat is the primary value of school when these “New Realities” exist? -or-
    36. KEY QUESTIONSWhat is the primary value of school when these “New Realities” exist? -or- What happens when we no longer need school to do school?*
    37. KEY QUESTIONSWhat is the primary value of school when these “New Realities” exist? -or- What happens when we no longer need school to do school?* * (As it is currently defined)
    38. BE BOLD
    39. NINE QUALITIES 1. Learning Centered 2. Inquiry Driven 3. Authentic Work 4. Digital 5. Connected 6. Literate 7. Transparent 8. Innovative 9. Provocative
    40. NINE QUALITIES1. Bold Schools are Learning and Learner Centered
    41. NINE QUALITIES2. Bold Schools are Inquiry Driven
    42. NINE QUALITIES3. Bold Schools Support Authentic Work
    43. NINE QUALITIES4. Bold Schools are Digital
    44. NINE QUALITIES5. Bold Schools are Connected
    45. NINE QUALITIES 6. Bold Schools are Literate(by 21st Century Standards)
    46. NINE QUALITIES7. Bold Schools are Transparent
    47. NINE QUALITIES8. Bold Schools are Innovative
    48. NINE QUALITIES9. Bold Schools are Provocative
    49. BOLD CHANGE Five Part Process
    50. BOLD CHANGE1. Understand: The contexts for change
    51. BOLD CHANGE1. Understand: The contexts for change 2. Feel: Anger, grief, fear, excitement
    52. “Today, instead of teaching them information, I wasteaching them how to learn.  And yet, I’m not surewhat my new role in this is.  I’m not sure how toconnect to my students and their learning processwhile doing this.  I’m not sure how to laugh andenjoy them. And I was not expecting the profoundsense of loss and the pain accompanying it.”
    53. BOLD CHANGE 1. Understand: The contexts for change 2. Feel: Anger, grief, excitement3. Reflect: Examine your own learning practice
    54. ARE YOU LITERATE?• Develop proficiency with the tools of technology  • Build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally  • Design and share information for global communities to meet a variety of purposes  • Manage, analyze and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information  • Create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multi-media texts  • Attend to the ethical responsibilities required by these complex environments bit.ly/nctelit
    55. BOLD CHANGE 1. Understand: The contexts for change 2. Feel: Anger, grief, excitement3. Reflect: Examine your own learning practice 4. Act: Innovate, Change, Connect, ReLearn
    56. BOLD CHANGE 1. Understand: The contexts for change 2. Feel: Anger, grief, excitement3. Reflect: Examine your own learning practice 4. Act: Innovate, Change, Connect 5. Provoke: Engage others, Advocate
    57. WHAT IF?Pick one of the three topics to discuss. Answer: What would be bold about that? What would be challenging about that? What are the odds of it happening?
    58. 2020?
    59. “We need to move beyond the idea that an education is something that is provided for us, and toward theidea that an education is something that we create for ourselves.” Stephen Downes
    60. MY REQUESTDon’t teach my child (your subject here).
    61. MY REQUEST Don’t teach my child (your subject here).Teach my child how to learn (your subject here).
    62. “In times of change, learnersinherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifullyequipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” Eric Hoffer
    63. THE END Thanks!will@willrichardson.com @willrich45 willrichardson.com

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