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Byte Size Potential 2015 Workshop

  1. Photo by James Theophane, Byte-Sized Potential in a Digital World of Possibilities
  2. Image adapted, Algerien_5_0049 by Patrick Gruban, Flickr 10,000+ years ago this is how we communicated!
  3. Now? PhotobyBenjaminChum,
  4. Altered Image, Of Schoolgirls and Vader by Karanj, What narratives did you share today?
  5. Facebook? Twitter? WhatsApp? Snapchat? Instagram? Email?
  6. Tag Like Status update Google Share images Take selfies Do you? Comment Use filters LOL Use emojiis Check in Keep calm and … Use Siri Tweet
  7. Photo by DaveLawler, Our digital behavior influences our … Rituals Values Language LearningCustoms Communication
  8. Photo by Drew Coffman, 8kvbSL … people said, “… Look at Jane Austen and all her lovely letters! Oh, the children these days: they don’t keep diaries any more …” But what do they do now? They write blogs, which are diaries ... In fact, they’re writing more than Jane Austen could ever have done. - David Crystal
  9. Read streams We… Podcast Translate Code Crowdsource knowledge Write reviews Scan Search Vary sources Google Blog Report Evaluate Youtube Use Wikipedia Remix Give feedback Play with language Make puns Visualize data
  10. Twi$  
  12. Blackwell,T.(2014)
  13. Digital Research Photo by Meg Stewart,
  14. Evaluate  sources Remix  content Cura3on Search Aggrega3on Social  bookmarking Cite  resources Decode Visual  literacy Transla3on Brainstorming
  15. Let’s brainstorm
  18. Photo by, “Literacy has always been defined by the technology. Before the printing press, your ability to orally recite something meant [you were] literate.” - Nichole Pinkard
  19. Why should we learn English? (Interpret the emoji reasons)
  20. How do I motivate students to blog? “Our vision is shaped by the technology we know and can use. We need to acknowledge that it may constrain our thinking.” - @RayNashar
  21. Which have you used?
  22. Year 1st digital publication 1st social networkEvent Details 1st avatar Your Digital Footprint
  24. My world got very big, very fast and based on a lot of sad examples -people expect me to get lost in it. - Justin Beiber Photo by Joe Bielawa, gS7txD
  25. Year 1st digital publication 1st social networkEvent Details 1st avatar Year 1st digital publication 1st social networkEvent Details 1st avatar Student’s Digital Footprint
  26. Things We Lost Along The Way by Stephan Geyer, Flickr Of 179 teachers surveyed in 52 countries 56% didn’t teach with mobile devices. 39% (70) reported mobiles were allowed at school (EbookEVO Survey, Feb. 2014).
  27. Photo by WhiteDesertSun: Mission: Teacher
  28. Complete the fractions on p. 20
  29. Complete the fractions on p. 20
  30. Photo by qwrrty: MISSION: Bring in a family recipe. Adjust the recipe to serve 10 people. Bring in the adjusted recipe and the document that shows your work.
  31. Photo by One Laptop per Child, 3000-, Teacher impact
  32. Photo by One Laptop per Child, 3000-, Billions Teacher impact
  33. Photo by One Laptop per Child, 3000-, Billions Teacher impact Students’ impact
  34. In Her World by Nana B Agyei, Flickr Create a Virtual Learning Community
  36. iPhone Madness by Kid Perez, Get your friend to smile / laugh by taking creative selfies on her device!
  37. Create a selfie adventure with your character!
  38. 997,000 -Number of Teachers on LinkedIn
  39. Photo by lanx1983: Billions But there are nearly…. Of authors, researchers, organizations, professionals, thought leaders, subject matter experts, etc. who you and your students can learn from.
  40. Connect withTeachers Online
  41. Personal/Passionate Learning Networks Refueling the Way We Teach
  42. ©
  43. Find Your #Hashtag! #ELTChat #Science #Kinderchat#GeniusHour #Edchat #MathChat #Edtech#HigherEd
  44. aren't  you  cute,  here!  by  Jesslee  Cuizon,  Flickr   "The most exciting breakthroughs of the 21st century will not occur because of technology but because of an expanding concept of what it means to be human.” - John Naisbitt
  45. Mission: Invent a hashtag that inspires action
  47. The number one benefit of educational technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative … productive … learn things they didn't think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential. - Steve Ballmer Photo by One Laptop per Child,
  48. #Edchat/ 30 Goals/ RSCON/ Free Fri Webinars/ Ebook EVO
  49. #Edchat Reach, Jan. 14-17,2014 via
  50. Image altered, Class of 2012 by Dave Lawler, ceiLph Will this spread digital pollution? How will this act impact society? How does this message make your relatives, peers, & partner feel?
  53. My books!