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  • Will Richardsonwill@willrichardson.comwillrichardson.com@willrich45slideshare.com/willrich45bit.ly/11MFaUWAbundant LearningFour Newish Ideas for Powerful ClassroomsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • #iste13wrTweetscussionTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Not about tools.Not step by step.Not specific classroom examples.67,898 foot level only.Full DisclosureTuesday, June 25, 13
  • I’m wondering:Are you at ISTE 2013 primarily to be abetter teacher?Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • I’m wondering:Are you at ISTE 2013 primarily to be abetter teacher?Or primarily to become a betterlearner?Tuesday, June 25, 13
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  • “We can’t be creative if we refuseto be confused. Change alwaysstarts with confusion.”Margaret WheatleyTuesday, June 25, 13
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  • Turn to someone next to you andshare your confusion.What questions are you asking?TalkTuesday, June 25, 13
  • ScarcityTuesday, June 25, 13
  • ABUNDANCETuesday, June 25, 13
  • Clash of ContextsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional Learning(Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators)Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional Learning(Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators)Modern Learning(Kids with Access, Connected, Networked Learners)VsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional LearningModern LearningDeliveryVsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional LearningModern LearningDeliveryDiscoveryVsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional LearningWhat you want me to learn.Modern LearningVsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional LearningWhat you want me to learn.Modern LearningWhat I want to learnVsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional LearningJust in case.Modern LearningVsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Traditional LearningJust in case.Modern LearningJust in time.VsTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.NEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.That supply of knowledge and information is expandingand changing at a rate like never before.ABUNDANCENEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.That supply of knowledge and information is expandingand changing at a rate like never before.We cannot predict the impacts of technologicaladvances on the future of learning and work.ABUNDANCENEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.That supply of knowledge and information is expandingand changing at a rate like never before.We cannot predict the impacts of technologicaladvances on the future of learning and work.A wide range of new skills and literacies will berequired to navigate the future.ABUNDANCENEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • THE Key Shift:NEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Institutionally Organized WorldABUNDANCENEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Institutionally Organized WorldSelf-Organized WorldABUNDANCENEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • ...an agent to get a record deal?...a broker to buy stock?...a publisher to write a book?...a journalist to report the news?...a travel agent to book our flights?Remember when we needed...Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • ...an agent to get a record deal?...a broker to buy stock?...a publisher to write a book?...a journalist to report the news?...a travel agent to book our flights?...a school to learn Algebra?Remember when we needed...Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • Institutionally Organized LearningSelf-Organized LearningABUNDANCENEW REALITYTuesday, June 25, 13
  • THE DisruptionTuesday, June 25, 13
  • An abundance of content,knowledge, information, teachers,and technologies shifts the balanceof power for learning from theschool to the learner...Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • An abundance of content,knowledge, information, teachers,and technologies shifts the balanceof power for learning from theschool to the learner......whether we like it or not.Tuesday, June 25, 13
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  • New Question:If this is what our students nowhave access to......what is our new role?Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • New Question:Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • We don’t need school to be better.Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • We need school to be...Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • DIFFERENTTuesday, June 25, 13
  • June 3, 1952Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • May 2, 1952Tuesday, June 25, 13
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  • Moral of the Story“Better” matters little if what people needand want is something else.Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • Which means we need to startthinking differently about whathappens in our classrooms.Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • 3 Starting Points...Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • <1>“Knowmadic” LearningTuesday, June 25, 13
  • <1>“Self-organized” LearningTuesday, June 25, 13
  • knowmadsociety.comTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “What is more important in todayseducation enterprise: creating kids whoknow a little about a lot, or developing kidswho leverage knowledge to produce newideas...John MoravecTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “...kids who can contextually apply ideasand expertise in various social andorganizational configurations...”John MoravecTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “...kids who are highly motivated tocollaborate, who are natural networkers,who purposively use new technologies tohelp them solve problems and transcendgeographical limitations...”John MoravecTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “...kids who are open to sharing what theyknow, and who invite and support openaccess to information, knowledge andexpertise from others...”John MoravecTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “...kids who can unlearn as quickly as theylearn, adopt new ideas and practices asnecessary, thrive in non-hierarchicalnetworks and organizations...”John MoravecTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “...kids who can develop habits of mind andpractice to learn continuously, and are notafraid to fail?”John MoravecTuesday, June 25, 13
  • New RealityTeachers are everywhereClassrooms are everywhere“School” is everywhereTuesday, June 25, 13
  • atlas.edupunksguide.org/Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • codeacademy.comTuesday, June 25, 13
  • duolingo.comTuesday, June 25, 13
  • Top “Learning” Tools 2012582 voteshttp://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • Top “Learning” Tools 2012582 voteshttp://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/Self-organized learningTuesday, June 25, 13
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  • The question:Are you a self-organized learner?Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • <2>Design ThinkingTuesday, June 25, 13
  • "We can’t solve problems by usingthe same kind of thinking we usedwhen we created them."Albert EinsteinTuesday, June 25, 13
  • bit.ly/UsKA4hTuesday, June 25, 13
  • designthinkingforeducators.comTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “Design Thinking is the confidence that everyone can bepart of creating a more desirable future, and a process totake action when faced with a difficult challenge.That kindof optimism is well needed in education.”Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • designthinkingforeducators.comTuesday, June 25, 13
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  • Benefits:Critical thinking, synthesis of informationEmpathy, deep curiosity, persistenceAbility to question assumptionsBrainstorming skillsAbility to shift one’s thinkingOpenness to new ideasFailure as valuableAbility to take risks and createProject management skills...and more.Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • The question:What real-world problem can youand your students design a solutionto?Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • <3>The Maker MovementTuesday, June 25, 13
  • “We are at a turning point in human history–a risingtide of a culture of participation in global networks thatopen doors of which we humans have never dreamed.We must remember,“making” at its core, is about“teaching” kids to view the world (not just school) in acompletely different way. It’s about empowerment andownership of destiny.  The ability to wonder and dreamis great but realizing that one can “make somethinghappen” is a very powerful thing.”Pam MoranTuesday, June 25, 13
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  • bit.ly/11X5R7FTuesday, June 25, 13
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  • bit.ly/10dDHI4Tuesday, June 25, 13
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  • “Tinkering is a powerful form of learning anddoing, an ethos shared by the rapidly expandingmaker community and many educators. Itcelebrates the best of what it means to behuman. One of the most endearing things aboutthe maker movement is how many children arecelebrated as heroes, leaders, and innovaters.”Gary StagerSylvia MartinezTuesday, June 25, 13
  • inventtolearn.com/resources/Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • The question:What will you learn to “make” andshare with your students?Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • <4>TBDTuesday, June 25, 13
  • DiscussionTuesday, June 25, 13
  • What changes in a world of self-organized learner designers andmakers?Tuesday, June 25, 13
  • will@willrichardson.com@willrich45willrichardson.comslideshare.com/willrich45Tuesday, June 25, 13