Spreading the Word:Eight Ways to Start(and Sustain)ConversationsAround ChangeWill RichardsonRob MancabelliISTE 2012       ...
todaysmeet.com/2012iste    #istechange spa
Process for Today’s Conversation
What is “The Change”?       Discuss
The Current Narrative   About “Change”
“Better”
“Better”    vs.“Different”
CHANGE
Scarcity
ScarcityABUNDANCE
ABUNDANCE OF   Information       Tools     Opinions     Teachers       Data      News    Resources      Media    “Schools”...
Scarcity vs Abundance          Expert vs. Co-Learner            Content vs. Skills         State Tests vs. Life Tests     ...
CHANGE Initiating    andSustaining
CHANGEInitiating Change Conversations
<1>At School
<1>Parent Tech Nights
<1>Parent Tech Nights
<2>At Home
<2>Book Study
<2>Book Study
<2>Book Study
<2>Book Study
<2>Book Study
<2>Book Study
<3>Online
<3>Use Social Media
<3>Use Social Media
<3>Use Social Media
<3>Use Social Media
<3>Use Social Media
<4>(The “You Know More Than We Know”       Part of the Presentation)
CHANGESustaining Change Conversations
CHANGE
CHANGE10%
CHANGESchool Equivalent of “Change or Die”
CHANGEFour ways to sustain change.
<5>Address the emotional as well as the rational.
<5>HopeLab
<5>
<5>Emotional: Kids’ Self Image
<5> Myth: Change is rational &success is about motivation
<5>         National Council Teachers of English•Proficiency with the tools of technology•Building cross-cultural relations...
<5>Not Technology PD Days
<5>Teacher’s Self-Image
<5>      Role of the teacherin the 21st Century Classroom
<6>Pave the Road
<6>
<6>“Saints and Jerks”
<6>21st Century Boot Camp
<7>Generate Concrete  Commitments
<7>
<7>“Be a safe driver.”
<7> Requirement isnot a commitment
<7>
<8>(The “You Know More Than We Know”       Part of the Presentation)
CHANGEIn short...
CHANGE   Sustaining change =Understanding human nature
THANKS!    Will Richardsonwill@willrichardson.com     @willrich45    Rob Mancabelli rob@mancabelli.com   @robmancabelli
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  • We&amp;#x2019;ve changed the way we get news, music, do business and politics...\n
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  • We&amp;#x2019;ve changed the way we get news, music, do business and politics...\n
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  • We&amp;#x2019;ve changed the way we get news, music, do business and politics...\n
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  • We&amp;#x2019;re asking kids questions that they can answer with their cell phones.\n
  • We&amp;#x2019;re asking kids questions that they can answer with their cell phones.\n
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    1. 1. Spreading the Word:Eight Ways to Start(and Sustain)ConversationsAround ChangeWill RichardsonRob MancabelliISTE 2012 bit.ly/O5bxLb
    2. 2. todaysmeet.com/2012iste #istechange spa
    3. 3. Process for Today’s Conversation
    4. 4. What is “The Change”? Discuss
    5. 5. The Current Narrative About “Change”
    6. 6. “Better”
    7. 7. “Better” vs.“Different”
    8. 8. CHANGE
    9. 9. Scarcity
    10. 10. ScarcityABUNDANCE
    11. 11. ABUNDANCE OF Information Tools Opinions Teachers Data News Resources Media “Schools” More...
    12. 12. Scarcity vs Abundance Expert vs. Co-Learner Content vs. Skills State Tests vs. Life Tests   Local vs. GlobalOrderly Classrooms vs. Messy ClassroomsIndividual Learner vs Networked Learner  Time and Place vs. Anywhere, Anytime
    13. 13. CHANGE Initiating andSustaining
    14. 14. CHANGEInitiating Change Conversations
    15. 15. <1>At School
    16. 16. <1>Parent Tech Nights
    17. 17. <1>Parent Tech Nights
    18. 18. <2>At Home
    19. 19. <2>Book Study
    20. 20. <2>Book Study
    21. 21. <2>Book Study
    22. 22. <2>Book Study
    23. 23. <2>Book Study
    24. 24. <2>Book Study
    25. 25. <3>Online
    26. 26. <3>Use Social Media
    27. 27. <3>Use Social Media
    28. 28. <3>Use Social Media
    29. 29. <3>Use Social Media
    30. 30. <3>Use Social Media
    31. 31. <4>(The “You Know More Than We Know” Part of the Presentation)
    32. 32. CHANGESustaining Change Conversations
    33. 33. CHANGE
    34. 34. CHANGE10%
    35. 35. CHANGESchool Equivalent of “Change or Die”
    36. 36. CHANGEFour ways to sustain change.
    37. 37. <5>Address the emotional as well as the rational.
    38. 38. <5>HopeLab
    39. 39. <5>
    40. 40. <5>Emotional: Kids’ Self Image
    41. 41. <5> Myth: Change is rational &success is about motivation
    42. 42. <5> National Council Teachers of English•Proficiency with the tools of technology•Building cross-cultural relationships to solveproblems•Designing and sharing information for globalcommunities•Managing, analyzing & synthesizing multiple streamsof simultaneous information•Creating, critiquing, and evaluating multimedia texts•Acting ethically with these technologies
    43. 43. <5>Not Technology PD Days
    44. 44. <5>Teacher’s Self-Image
    45. 45. <5> Role of the teacherin the 21st Century Classroom
    46. 46. <6>Pave the Road
    47. 47. <6>
    48. 48. <6>“Saints and Jerks”
    49. 49. <6>21st Century Boot Camp
    50. 50. <7>Generate Concrete Commitments
    51. 51. <7>
    52. 52. <7>“Be a safe driver.”
    53. 53. <7> Requirement isnot a commitment
    54. 54. <7>
    55. 55. <8>(The “You Know More Than We Know” Part of the Presentation)
    56. 56. CHANGEIn short...
    57. 57. CHANGE Sustaining change =Understanding human nature
    58. 58. THANKS! Will Richardsonwill@willrichardson.com @willrich45 Rob Mancabelli rob@mancabelli.com @robmancabelli
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