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Presented May 15th in Saskatoon to SIAST administrators. The focus was, we all can make education better, we just need to want to. There are examples all over the world of how successful institutions are adapting to the new connected world. Let's make SIAST one of those world class organizations. To learn more about what I do visit http://strategylab.ca.

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How Education Will Change

  1. How education will change
  2. “this ‘telephone’ has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication.” -Western Union internal memo, 1876
  3. “the wireless music box has no imaginable commercial value. Who would pay for a message sent to nobody in particular?” -an investor in response to David Sarnoff’s push for radio in 1920
  4. “while theoretically and technically television may be feasible, commercially and financially it is an impossibility.” -Lee De Forest, radio pioneer, 1926
  5. we’re wrong more often than we think
  6. the pope’s inauguration
  7. you want to start a business?
  8. we don’t need an expensive credit card terminal
  9. you don’t need to hire people
  10. you don’t need a building or pay for an entire office
  11. we don’t need a taxi
  12. we don’t need to stay at a hotel
  13. we don’t have to go to a restaurant
  14. our world has changed
  15. we’re getting smarter
  16. The  Flynn  effect  
  17. school has changed
  18. Sir  Ken  Robinson  
  19. A  child  driven  educa9on  
  20. education is going global
  21. when it comes to carrots or sticks, sticks only de-motivate
  22. it’s the age of non-linear learning
  23. why are we still using textbooks?
  24. if you want anyone to listen you have to grab their attention
  25. we don’t need teachers, we need leaders.
  26. Anything worth memorizing is worth looking up.
  27. education is going to change no matter what…
  28. you can either be ahead of the curve or behind the curve. The choice is yours.
  29. do impossible things.
  30. jephmaystruck@gmail.com @JephMaystruck strategylab.ca
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Presented May 15th in Saskatoon to SIAST administrators. The focus was, we all can make education better, we just need to want to. There are examples all over the world of how successful institutions are adapting to the new connected world. Let's make SIAST one of those world class organizations. To learn more about what I do visit http://strategylab.ca.

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