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Launching Talent

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The Internet has become the great equalizer of the 21st Century. Today, gifted students have access to information and networks of influence previously reserved for adults. With this access, comes great opportunity and great responsibility. Gifted students can pursue interests, showcase their abilities, and even advance their career before ever leaving middle school, but are they ready to launch their talent onto a global stage?

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Launching Talent

  1. 1. Launching Talent…
  2. 2. angelahousand.com &
  3. 3. NASA
  4. 4. Humans to Mars 2030s
  5. 5. NASA
  6. 6. NASA/Chris Gunn
  7. 7. NASA/Bill Ingalls
  8. 8. Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech. Live on Kepler-186f… Where the grass is always redder on the other side.
  9. 9. James Webb, Cosmos
  10. 10. PRESENT FUTURE
  11. 11. PRESENT FUTURE Self-Awareness
  12. 12. PRESENT FUTURESkill-Development Self-Awareness
  13. 13. PRESENT FUTURESkill-Development Self-Awareness Productivity
  14. 14. Self-Awareness
  15. 15. Interests Aspirations Values Talents
  16. 16. WHO AREYOU?
  17. 17. Activity: Weebly Beginnings
  18. 18. Activity: Explore
  19. 19. What do I value? How do I like to spend my time? What is my vision of the future?
  20. 20. Visualize Yourself in the Future
  21. 21. Future Self
  22. 22. in20years.com
  23. 23. Skill Development
  24. 24. Self-Regulatory Domain Specific Social Internet
  25. 25. Source: Munster, G. (2014) Taking Stock With Teens: Collaborative Consumer Insights Project. Piper Jaffray.
  26. 26. Source: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/06/facebook-texting-teens- instagram-snapchat-most-popular-social-network/373043/
  27. 27. BETHANY MOTA
  28. 28. 13
  29. 29. 13
  30. 30. 13
  31. 31. $40,000.00
  32. 32. Advantageous
  33. 33. Possibility There must be the possibility of gaining NEW knowledge and developing NEW skills.
  34. 34. Capable All members must be capable of absorbing, applying, and recognizing the value of new information.
  35. 35. Motivated All members must be motivated to engage without knowing the outcome value.
  36. 36. (Otta & Tavella, 2010) Autonomyw/Competence
  37. 37. (Otta & Tavella, 2010) Autonomyw/Competence IntrinsicMotivation
  38. 38. (Otta & Tavella, 2010) TooEasyorTooHard IntrinsicMotivation
  39. 39. • Interesting • Integral to one’s vision of the future • Immediately useful • Tied to one’s identity Achievement Motivation
  40. 40. Exchange There must be an opportunity to exchange skills and access information.
  41. 41. Don’t you think if I were wrong, I’d KNOW it?
  42. 42. S TO W Helpful to achieving the objective Harmful to achieving the objective Internal Origin Attributes of the Individual Strengths Weaknesses External Origin Attributes of the Environment Opportunities Threats SWOT Analysis
  43. 43. Relational & Egalitarian
  44. 44. Activity: Meme
  45. 45. © Angela Housand, 2013
  46. 46. Digital Identity
  47. 47. Control the Message
  48. 48. Why Control the Message? • College Admissions Officers & Committees will search you • Potential Employers will search you • Friends (& non-friends) will search you • Your Competition will search you • Potential Boyfriend/Girlfriend will search you © Angela Housand, 2013
  49. 49. Activity: Digital Footprint
  50. 50. Productivity
  51. 51. Consistency Relevance Quality Valence
  52. 52. Activity: Vlog or Blog
  53. 53. MATT NADEL
  54. 54. marques brownlee
  55. 55. Content Quality
  56. 56. Always improving Attending to detail A lot of hard work “Able to make some serious money” MKBHD
  57. 57. Valence Volume Quality
  58. 58. Inputs Outcomes Motives Content Network Structure Social Roles & Interactions
  59. 59. Inputs Outcomes Motives Content Network Structure Social Roles & Interactions Network Structure
  60. 60. Network Structure The Pattern of Connection • The number of contacts • The diversity of the contacts • The configuration and stability of the network • Position within the network
  61. 61. Social Capital
  62. 62. Explicit Hierarchy
  63. 63. Explicit Hierarchy Institutional Hierarchy
  64. 64. Implicit Hierarchy
  65. 65. Thank You !!!

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