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CA STEM NETWORK 2014

DESIGNING LEARNING
I N O U R E V O LV I N G W O R L D

KIM JACOBSON
LECTURER AND FELLOW
HASSO PLATTN...
W H AT W E C A N
LEARN FROM
DR. SEUSS
education reform
innovation
we teach from who we are
my first classroom
Compton, California 1992
Rodney King Riots
human experience
embrace
experimentation
bias towads action
make it matter
students teach
solve real challenges
learn for a reason
peer editing
give and get
radical
collaboration
peer resources
Oh, the things you can think!

http://e.ggtimer.com/2minutes
innovation is not an event
innovation is a (design) process
innovation engine

Prof. Tina Seelig
5+5=?
? + ? = 10
finite possibility
infinite possibilities
infinite possibilities

Prof. Tina Seelig
defront the classroom
EducationSuperhighway.org
innovation is messy
open workspace
group workspace
Whether you want to make a lot of money
or change the world, computer programing
is an incredibly empowering skill to lear...
Software is really about people.
It’s about using technology
to help humanity.
1 Million of the best jobs in America
may go unfilled.
Because only 1 in 10 schools teach
students how to code.
“The programmers of
tomorrow are the
wizards of the future.
!

[They] are going to
look like you have
magic powers
compare...
design to think
design our future
An agenda for California
I N N O V AT E
T O D AY

WIRE OUR
SCHOOLS

Be bold.
Be brave.
Make.

TEACH
C R E AT I V I T Y
Hang on for the ride!

It’s going to be a lot of fun.
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school
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Designing Learning in our Evolving World - Kim Jacobson - Stanford d.school

  1. 1. CA STEM NETWORK 2014 DESIGNING LEARNING I N O U R E V O LV I N G W O R L D KIM JACOBSON LECTURER AND FELLOW HASSO PLATTNER I N S T I T U T E O F D E S I G N A T S TA N F O R D ( D . S C H O O L ) d.
  2. 2. W H AT W E C A N LEARN FROM DR. SEUSS
  3. 3. education reform
  4. 4. innovation
  5. 5. we teach from who we are
  6. 6. my first classroom Compton, California 1992 Rodney King Riots
  7. 7. human experience
  8. 8. embrace experimentation
  9. 9. bias towads action
  10. 10. make it matter
  11. 11. students teach
  12. 12. solve real challenges
  13. 13. learn for a reason
  14. 14. peer editing
  15. 15. give and get
  16. 16. radical collaboration
  17. 17. peer resources
  18. 18. Oh, the things you can think! http://e.ggtimer.com/2minutes
  19. 19. innovation is not an event
  20. 20. innovation is a (design) process
  21. 21. innovation engine Prof. Tina Seelig
  22. 22. 5+5=?
  23. 23. ? + ? = 10
  24. 24. finite possibility
  25. 25. infinite possibilities
  26. 26. infinite possibilities Prof. Tina Seelig
  27. 27. defront the classroom
  28. 28. EducationSuperhighway.org
  29. 29. innovation is messy
  30. 30. open workspace
  31. 31. group workspace
  32. 32. Whether you want to make a lot of money or change the world, computer programing is an incredibly empowering skill to learn.
  33. 33. Software is really about people. It’s about using technology to help humanity.
  34. 34. 1 Million of the best jobs in America may go unfilled. Because only 1 in 10 schools teach students how to code.
  35. 35. “The programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future. ! [They] are going to look like you have magic powers compared to everybody else.” ! Wil.i.am
  36. 36. design to think
  37. 37. design our future
  38. 38. An agenda for California I N N O V AT E T O D AY WIRE OUR SCHOOLS Be bold. Be brave. Make. TEACH C R E AT I V I T Y
  39. 39. Hang on for the ride! It’s going to be a lot of fun.

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