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@amyburvall
@WickedDecent
Integrating and Assessing
the Core Competencies
#ISABC17
Critical Creativity in the K-12 Classro...
Aloha,
Snowcouver!
#oodledoodle
1 side: doodle what you LOVE about your course or content
1 side: doodle what frustrates you /
what you found...
@wickeddecent
1 word +
3 image
sketch note
(reflect 1st day
of school)
Identify an
education-related
metaphor
#imagiphor
Or pass camera roll
to a friend and
choose one
of their photos
CRITICAL
THINKING
Questioning ReflectionAnalysis Synthesis
Draw conclusions and
defend judgement =
COMMUNICATION
Plan SharePerform Summarize
Acquire, interpret, present…
explain a concept =
CREATIVITY
Ideate MakeRemix Collaborate
Create new things within
constraints of form, a problem,
or materials =
CRITICAL
CREATIVITY
in the
CLASSROOM
Students using creative expression
to demonstrate deeper thinking
and the nuances of understanding content
“if they build it they will get it”
@wickeddecent
creation reveals comprehension
from knowing
to
understanding
Whether you THINK or you BELIEVE or you KNOW,
you’re a lot of other people…
but the moment you FEEL…
you’re nobody but you...
holistic,
reflexive,
reflective,
experiential,
relational…
requires exploration
of one’s identity
First Peoples’ Principles ...
GOAL:
learning is sticky, meaningful, authentic
Constructivism
(meaning through inquiry)
Constructionism
(meaning through making)
Connectivism
(meaning through networks)
EPIC WORK
comes from making a deeper
to who we are
& finding a MEDIUM to EXPRESS it well
to OTHERS
@berkun
CONNECTION
PROCESS
PROCESS
PRODUCT
REFLECTION
REFLECTION
REACTION
Almost all creativity involves
purposeful play
- Abraham Maslow
Homo Ludens : Playful Human
It is paradoxical
that many educators and parents
still differentiate between
a time for learning
and a time for play
with...
A child loves his play not because it is easy,
but because it is hard
-Benjamin Spock
PLAY FRIVOLITY
value play
flexible thinkers
adaptable
creative / innovative
open to change
trusting
tolerant / bonding
purpose / mastery
makes us…
confidence
problem-solving
focus
perseverance
collaboration
What we learn from MAKING
empathy
need-finding
iteration/ revision
reflection and feedback
creative confidence / fail up
DESIGN
observe
connect
interpret
find patterns
evaluate
question
explore perspectives
the larger
an animal’s brain
the more play
(like dolphins)
the opposite of play
is not work -
the opposite of play is
depression
- Steve Keil
A Manifesto for Play
kitties deprived of
play cannot be social
grows our amygdala -
emotional center of brain…
so better interpersonal skills
TRUST - linked to play
promotes pre-frontal
cortex growth
(so better decision makers)
Cmdr. Chris Hadfield
psychologists insisted on having a guitar on space station
importance of emotive qualities of the arts...
CRITICAL
THINKING
I have the answers to the questions
they never ask
- Gwen Burvall
From
COAL
ROCK n ROLL
what if…
…there was less direction…
…and
more discovery?
less “learning” and
more yearning?
…the question was
more important
than the answer?
negative
capability
Keats
Extended Thinking
what if…?
what do you believe / feel/ think?
what can you design / develop / do?
what are other perspect...
the WHEN and WHY
to use a tool is as important
as the HOW
connections as valuable
as knowledge
within the course
to other courses
to life
to the outside world
connection
maps
…expand our umwelt?
analysis/ insight
what can the trending in diff countries tell us?
learn why the world
wags and what wags it
- Merlin
COMMUNICATION
Amplify Ideas
even the tiniest pencil can leave a lasting mark
backchannelling a basic practice?
break the 4th wall of
the media we consume?
class as
a studio with no walls?
What if the “group” in “group project”
was the world?
What if #FF was for students…
what if teacher role is also amplifier?
class bards?
CREATIVITY
Agility
is the Answer
Creativity is a Tao
- a Way
- a Lens
Train…the creative brain
“CREATIVITY is relational.
…casting widely and disparate dots
of existing knowledge in new ways
…mine your knowledge;
know...
CREATIVITY is…
…connecting dots
to dot connect
you must have the dots
help students
grow their dot forest
need blend of direct instruction
and open inquiry
Egon Schiele meets
Thom Yorke
of Radiohead
Combinatorial Play
Albert Einstein
make disciplines
dance together
Creativity is Remix
REMIX:
the ultimate
demonstration of learning?
TRANSFORM to give
new MEANING
is like a Long Island Iced Tea
mix of existing ingredients,
deconstructed and re-contextualized
is like a White Russian
two or more opposing things
layered and blended
@austinkleon
Find the wow in the now
Find the wow in the now
notice things
others don’t
see relationships
to which others are blind
Mission for Juxtaposition
I saw the angel
in the marble…
Michelangelo
…and I carved
to set it free
Multi-media
STUDIO
in the pocket
try a Wonder Walk
TAG WALLS in the classroom?
Metaphor is a must
use metaphorical and visual thinking to
express complex and abstract ideas
The way out of the box is via the shackles
Prick-y and Meraki
Henri Matisse,
bedridden
hold ideas
askew
synopsize synthesize
ESSENTIALIZE
Picasso’s Exercise: used at Apple
find whitespace
Daily Diet of Creativity
art studio vibe
CRITICAL
CREATIVITY
in the
CLASSROOM
hype the
“hybrid”
Paul Rand
midcentury graphic artist
less defining
more designing
Wonder-Fueled Writing:
Creating with
WORDS
Lewis Carroll
chortle:
chuckle + snort
mimsy:
miserable + flimsy
portmanteaux
phrankenword
probsolutely
anticipointment
kissgust
Line / Carrot Game
blackout poetry (magazine)
try a “found poem”
by layering 2 poems,
speeches, or literary texts
next to each other
extract ...
Decorative Blackout
DIGITAL BLACK OUT POETRY
@austinkleon
In other words…
potent quotables
unsplash.com
10 free hi-res photos
every 10 days
Re.vu Infographic CV
close reading of text
theme / mood / irony
David Theriault
Listening is Knowing
Creating with
SOUNDS
SOUNDTRACKING THE MOMENT
SCORE THE NEWS
beatlab.com
http://www.incredibox.com/
PLAYLIST A LIFE
Beatle-fy Your Course
alone or with a partner from the same discipline
use any Beatle song as the base
(find the lyrics + u...
History for Music Lovers YouTube: Iceman
Plan a VlogMash
in the style of 50 People 1 Q
what question could you pose for students
to answer and create a “vlog mash”...
VlogMash: What’s in a Word?
Seeing the Beauty
of the Bigger Picture:
Creating with
IMAGES
Colour Palette
Use ColourLovers site (http://www.colourlovers.com/ )
if you can
*if not, just make it up
Think of a concep...
http://www.colourlovers.com/palettes/add
To Kill a Mockingbird palette excerpt
@wickeddecent
what colour is memory?
emoji story
“emojiliterate”?
4 icon challenge
minimalist posters
of a concept
visual metaphor
for
“eating disorder”
mood board: Padlet via @wickedDecent
historical events, novels (this is Of Mice and Men)
Sketch a…Sonnet
Visualize
Vocab
Crowdsourced
Visual Vocab
create dictionary
of iconography
Building to a Better
Understanding:
Creating with
STUFF
3 dimensional visualization of:
vocab word
math problem
event in history
process in science
movement in political science
...
Sean Ziebarth
book spine poetry
LEGO as METAPHOR
process
belief system
historical figure
Ironic T-Shirt
think of concepts, vocabulary + people in your discipline
try to make a pun / play on words / portmanteau
i...
put it on a tee!
William Burroughs
“cut up method”
(also used by Bowie and Cobain for lyrics)
cut-up poetry
My “Makeout Poetry”
ipad Paper 53 +
magazine +
Instagram filter
metaphorical architecture
Ribbon Chapel, Hiroshi Nakamura
Debris of the Sea
Mandy Barker
OREO Challenge
everyone gets 1 Oreo (a malleable object)
*if you need more you can partner with someone
use the Oreo, pape...
Change Oreo any way you like
leave whole!
take apart
cut in half
turn on side
crumble
for Pro-D
Shape of the Content:
Creating with the
BODY
Humojis
Tableaux
CHOREOGRAPH AN IDEA
lifecycle of a hurricane?
chapter of a novel?
experiencing a culture for the first time?
a historical fi...
Dallowinian Party
use real life items or people
length of hair= frequency of addiction
Collisions and
Collaborations:
Creating with
OTHERS
link to other schools/
collaborative projects
collaborative creativity: #remash
Visual verse volley
#hashtaggerie
exquisite corpse
crowdsourced poem
exquisite corpse/
consequences
exquisite corpse/
consequences
to work out UX for
school website
@daibarnes
Create a Band
Band Name= Title of Wikipedia article regarding some
aspect of your curriculum
Album Title: Quote or pieces ...
Create a Band
Song Titles: relate to a concept from the course
Cover Art= Use search terms related to your subject area
OR...
Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” +
Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” +
Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” +
Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” +
Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
Dare to Share:
Creating with
SOCIAL MEDIA
Faux
Social Media
Profiles
* empathy
(get inside character)
Art meets Snapchat
practice metaphor
#2016in3words
hack a tag
(puns, etc)
hack a tag
(puns, etc)
HashMash: hashtag mashup
food + elements of fiction in #EatingStories
games and geography in #GameMaps
children’s literatur...
Storify research project
(tag-based)
Thematic
Curation
Serendipitous Story
based on tags
critique a tweeter’s
arguments or build a case
made of tweets
analyze tone,
examine bias
paraphrase a book or poem
using 140 characters
REAL ISSUES
REAL TOOLS
REAL TIME
kqed.org/donow
@thebriefbox
signage for art gallery
coffee cup design
carbon footprint infographic
e-commerce web page
redesign gmail UI ...
Assessment
Welsh slate
apprentice’s portfolio
What if we had less testing
…and more questing?
What if assessments had the 3 Vs:
Verbal, Visual, Vocal
expectation:
discuss process
and influences,
and have a lineage tree
that archives attribution?
Influences
Inspiration
Tools
Troubleshooting
stages of work
project specs
roposals
rocess
ondering (reflection)
leave a blank column
for the unknown
Rubrics
Try: slide decks
with only
pictures and
a provoking
question?
What if all tests were
open resource?
artifact bag
bag of tools mashup
bio bag
“In the Bag”
Artifact Bag
Assessment
Creation
Creator
Motivation
Pos/Neg Effects
relations between
people and ideas
INFOGRAPHIC
pic/ play / post app
Process Product Reflection
…students, as part of
their portfolio
or final exam,
had to come up with
a lesson?
must ruminate to innovate
Reflect
(metacognition)
Could your course have
a #TIL like on Reddit?
Emoji Exit Ticket
Affective Data
how did I feel about my work or my learning?
…we used tags and
emoji as reflection
of each assignment?
…we used mind
peeks / peaks
as an exit ticket?
…we used “Weird,
Wonderful,
and Worrisome”
as a reflection?
…we reflected using cartoon structures?
@anasalter
@dogtrax
listicle
(Thinglink or info.gram)
5 takeaways
5 min vlog or film
5 annotated images
5 paragraphs
…we had a vox box
in every room
and used it for
parent night too?
VISIBLE THINKING
Try Flipgrid!
universal specs?
GOAL
demonstrate learning / knowledge
GOAL
leave a legacy
…there were universal project specs?
beautiful
unique
poignant
relevant
transparent
hey…
that spells BURPT
Love the …
…What if…?
Peer Feedback
( Pixar’s “plussing” )
culture
and environment
Space as Muse…
…mise en scène
design experiences
offer resources
…make like a Hitchcock cameo …
set scene and get out of way
true teachers are those who
use themselves as bridges
over which they invite their students to cross;
then, having facilit...
curriculum like Wired Magazine?
try THEMATIC, CONCEPT-based instruction
teach IDEAS not ITEMS
teach like a concept album?
class paparazzi?
sharpies
dry erase markers
coloured pencils
coloured markers
scissors
glue sticks
$10 design kits
Mise en Place
environment: $10 design kits
Mise en Place
math class, Punahou School
Remix Labs and Deconstruction Zones
as well as Maker Spaces?
creative crowdsourced curation
instead of work time?
time
The Studio
collaborating
planning/ brainstorming
developing
making/doing
The Studioteacher
help troubleshoot
refine
critique
guide offer resources
The Studio
Production
The Studio
Production
ask a student to be the “Paparazzo” + archive
DaVinci - fy
always have
a notebook
ideas are butterflies
- notebook is net
Lynda Barry’s notebook grid
drawing is putting a line
around an idea
- Henri Matisse
“Why Doodlers are the New ‘Now’”
you begin to see things
you never noticed
before.…
you get closer
to the artist’s secret
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
networked reading @MrZiebarth
Should “mobile learning”
include
sketchbooks and pens?
How about DEAD
(Drop Everything
and Draw) time?
@michelrijk
Try a one-line
drawing
Mindfulness
analog tags on post-its
add further context or questions to things in room
Professional
Development
growing ourselves
have space for convening
with others outside your
sphere
watercooler effect
Pro - D walkabout?
“host” your room
…tourists
in our own land?
guerrilla Pro-D?
Invite Guestperts
Pro-D like genius hour?
There is no WIN
There is no
FAIL
There is only
MAKE
- John Cage
Make something
GOOD
every day
your big takeaway
a question
your personal
challenge
http://bit.ly/intentionCC
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Intention: Critical Creativity in the K-12 Classroom ISABC17

  1. 1. @amyburvall @WickedDecent Integrating and Assessing the Core Competencies #ISABC17 Critical Creativity in the K-12 Classroom http://bit.ly/intentionCC
  2. 2. Aloha, Snowcouver!
  3. 3. #oodledoodle 1 side: doodle what you LOVE about your course or content 1 side: doodle what frustrates you / what you found challenging / your struggles (1 min each side)
  4. 4. @wickeddecent 1 word + 3 image sketch note (reflect 1st day of school)
  5. 5. Identify an education-related metaphor #imagiphor
  6. 6. Or pass camera roll to a friend and choose one of their photos
  7. 7. CRITICAL THINKING
  8. 8. Questioning ReflectionAnalysis Synthesis Draw conclusions and defend judgement =
  9. 9. COMMUNICATION
  10. 10. Plan SharePerform Summarize Acquire, interpret, present… explain a concept =
  11. 11. CREATIVITY
  12. 12. Ideate MakeRemix Collaborate Create new things within constraints of form, a problem, or materials =
  13. 13. CRITICAL CREATIVITY in the CLASSROOM
  14. 14. Students using creative expression to demonstrate deeper thinking and the nuances of understanding content
  15. 15. “if they build it they will get it” @wickeddecent creation reveals comprehension
  16. 16. from knowing to understanding
  17. 17. Whether you THINK or you BELIEVE or you KNOW, you’re a lot of other people… but the moment you FEEL… you’re nobody but yourself ee cummings
  18. 18. holistic, reflexive, reflective, experiential, relational… requires exploration of one’s identity First Peoples’ Principles of Learning
  19. 19. GOAL: learning is sticky, meaningful, authentic
  20. 20. Constructivism (meaning through inquiry)
  21. 21. Constructionism (meaning through making)
  22. 22. Connectivism (meaning through networks)
  23. 23. EPIC WORK comes from making a deeper to who we are & finding a MEDIUM to EXPRESS it well to OTHERS @berkun CONNECTION
  24. 24. PROCESS
  25. 25. PROCESS PRODUCT
  26. 26. REFLECTION
  27. 27. REFLECTION REACTION
  28. 28. Almost all creativity involves purposeful play - Abraham Maslow
  29. 29. Homo Ludens : Playful Human
  30. 30. It is paradoxical that many educators and parents still differentiate between a time for learning and a time for play without seeing the vital connection between them - Leo Buscaglia
  31. 31. A child loves his play not because it is easy, but because it is hard -Benjamin Spock
  32. 32. PLAY FRIVOLITY
  33. 33. value play
  34. 34. flexible thinkers adaptable creative / innovative open to change trusting tolerant / bonding purpose / mastery makes us…
  35. 35. confidence problem-solving focus perseverance collaboration What we learn from MAKING
  36. 36. empathy need-finding iteration/ revision reflection and feedback creative confidence / fail up DESIGN
  37. 37. observe connect interpret find patterns evaluate question explore perspectives
  38. 38. the larger an animal’s brain the more play (like dolphins)
  39. 39. the opposite of play is not work - the opposite of play is depression - Steve Keil A Manifesto for Play
  40. 40. kitties deprived of play cannot be social
  41. 41. grows our amygdala - emotional center of brain… so better interpersonal skills
  42. 42. TRUST - linked to play
  43. 43. promotes pre-frontal cortex growth (so better decision makers)
  44. 44. Cmdr. Chris Hadfield psychologists insisted on having a guitar on space station importance of emotive qualities of the arts and whimsy
  45. 45. CRITICAL THINKING
  46. 46. I have the answers to the questions they never ask - Gwen Burvall
  47. 47. From COAL ROCK n ROLL
  48. 48. what if…
  49. 49. …there was less direction… …and more discovery?
  50. 50. less “learning” and more yearning?
  51. 51. …the question was more important than the answer?
  52. 52. negative capability Keats
  53. 53. Extended Thinking what if…? what do you believe / feel/ think? what can you design / develop / do? what are other perspectives?
  54. 54. the WHEN and WHY to use a tool is as important as the HOW
  55. 55. connections as valuable as knowledge within the course to other courses to life to the outside world connection maps
  56. 56. …expand our umwelt?
  57. 57. analysis/ insight what can the trending in diff countries tell us?
  58. 58. learn why the world wags and what wags it - Merlin
  59. 59. COMMUNICATION
  60. 60. Amplify Ideas
  61. 61. even the tiniest pencil can leave a lasting mark
  62. 62. backchannelling a basic practice?
  63. 63. break the 4th wall of the media we consume?
  64. 64. class as a studio with no walls?
  65. 65. What if the “group” in “group project” was the world?
  66. 66. What if #FF was for students… what if teacher role is also amplifier?
  67. 67. class bards?
  68. 68. CREATIVITY
  69. 69. Agility is the Answer
  70. 70. Creativity is a Tao - a Way - a Lens
  71. 71. Train…the creative brain
  72. 72. “CREATIVITY is relational. …casting widely and disparate dots of existing knowledge in new ways …mine your knowledge; know your dots” -Bruce Nussbaum
  73. 73. CREATIVITY is… …connecting dots
  74. 74. to dot connect you must have the dots
  75. 75. help students grow their dot forest
  76. 76. need blend of direct instruction and open inquiry
  77. 77. Egon Schiele meets Thom Yorke of Radiohead
  78. 78. Combinatorial Play Albert Einstein
  79. 79. make disciplines dance together
  80. 80. Creativity is Remix
  81. 81. REMIX: the ultimate demonstration of learning? TRANSFORM to give new MEANING
  82. 82. is like a Long Island Iced Tea mix of existing ingredients, deconstructed and re-contextualized
  83. 83. is like a White Russian two or more opposing things layered and blended
  84. 84. @austinkleon
  85. 85. Find the wow in the now
  86. 86. Find the wow in the now
  87. 87. notice things others don’t
  88. 88. see relationships to which others are blind Mission for Juxtaposition
  89. 89. I saw the angel in the marble… Michelangelo …and I carved to set it free
  90. 90. Multi-media STUDIO in the pocket try a Wonder Walk
  91. 91. TAG WALLS in the classroom?
  92. 92. Metaphor is a must
  93. 93. use metaphorical and visual thinking to express complex and abstract ideas
  94. 94. The way out of the box is via the shackles
  95. 95. Prick-y and Meraki Henri Matisse, bedridden
  96. 96. hold ideas askew
  97. 97. synopsize synthesize ESSENTIALIZE
  98. 98. Picasso’s Exercise: used at Apple
  99. 99. find whitespace
  100. 100. Daily Diet of Creativity
  101. 101. art studio vibe
  102. 102. CRITICAL CREATIVITY in the CLASSROOM
  103. 103. hype the “hybrid”
  104. 104. Paul Rand midcentury graphic artist
  105. 105. less defining more designing
  106. 106. Wonder-Fueled Writing: Creating with WORDS
  107. 107. Lewis Carroll chortle: chuckle + snort mimsy: miserable + flimsy portmanteaux phrankenword
  108. 108. probsolutely
  109. 109. anticipointment
  110. 110. kissgust
  111. 111. Line / Carrot Game
  112. 112. blackout poetry (magazine) try a “found poem” by layering 2 poems, speeches, or literary texts next to each other extract from each to create a new poem IDEA! - David Theriault
  113. 113. Decorative Blackout
  114. 114. DIGITAL BLACK OUT POETRY
  115. 115. @austinkleon In other words…
  116. 116. potent quotables
  117. 117. unsplash.com 10 free hi-res photos every 10 days
  118. 118. Re.vu Infographic CV
  119. 119. close reading of text theme / mood / irony David Theriault
  120. 120. Listening is Knowing Creating with SOUNDS
  121. 121. SOUNDTRACKING THE MOMENT
  122. 122. SCORE THE NEWS beatlab.com http://www.incredibox.com/
  123. 123. PLAYLIST A LIFE
  124. 124. Beatle-fy Your Course alone or with a partner from the same discipline use any Beatle song as the base (find the lyrics + use to figure out rhyme scheme + meter Try to write at least 1 verse BASED on some concept you teach
  125. 125. History for Music Lovers YouTube: Iceman
  126. 126. Plan a VlogMash in the style of 50 People 1 Q what question could you pose for students to answer and create a “vlog mash”? think deep, open-ended provocations, but ones that require short, poignant responses
  127. 127. VlogMash: What’s in a Word?
  128. 128. Seeing the Beauty of the Bigger Picture: Creating with IMAGES
  129. 129. Colour Palette Use ColourLovers site (http://www.colourlovers.com/ ) if you can *if not, just make it up Think of a concept, idea, person, etc. from your discipline assign a palette to them + justify your reasoning
  130. 130. http://www.colourlovers.com/palettes/add To Kill a Mockingbird palette excerpt @wickeddecent
  131. 131. what colour is memory?
  132. 132. emoji story “emojiliterate”?
  133. 133. 4 icon challenge
  134. 134. minimalist posters of a concept
  135. 135. visual metaphor for “eating disorder”
  136. 136. mood board: Padlet via @wickedDecent historical events, novels (this is Of Mice and Men)
  137. 137. Sketch a…Sonnet
  138. 138. Visualize Vocab
  139. 139. Crowdsourced Visual Vocab create dictionary of iconography
  140. 140. Building to a Better Understanding: Creating with STUFF
  141. 141. 3 dimensional visualization of: vocab word math problem event in history process in science movement in political science Make it Tangible
  142. 142. Sean Ziebarth
  143. 143. book spine poetry
  144. 144. LEGO as METAPHOR
  145. 145. process belief system historical figure
  146. 146. Ironic T-Shirt think of concepts, vocabulary + people in your discipline try to make a pun / play on words / portmanteau illustrate as appropriate (the image can be the funny part too)
  147. 147. put it on a tee!
  148. 148. William Burroughs “cut up method” (also used by Bowie and Cobain for lyrics)
  149. 149. cut-up poetry
  150. 150. My “Makeout Poetry” ipad Paper 53 + magazine + Instagram filter
  151. 151. metaphorical architecture Ribbon Chapel, Hiroshi Nakamura
  152. 152. Debris of the Sea Mandy Barker
  153. 153. OREO Challenge everyone gets 1 Oreo (a malleable object) *if you need more you can partner with someone use the Oreo, paper, + markers to visually depict either: (something from content)
  154. 154. Change Oreo any way you like
  155. 155. leave whole!
  156. 156. take apart cut in half
  157. 157. turn on side crumble
  158. 158. for Pro-D
  159. 159. Shape of the Content: Creating with the BODY
  160. 160. Humojis
  161. 161. Tableaux
  162. 162. CHOREOGRAPH AN IDEA lifecycle of a hurricane? chapter of a novel? experiencing a culture for the first time? a historical figure’s life?
  163. 163. Dallowinian Party
  164. 164. use real life items or people length of hair= frequency of addiction
  165. 165. Collisions and Collaborations: Creating with OTHERS
  166. 166. link to other schools/ collaborative projects
  167. 167. collaborative creativity: #remash
  168. 168. Visual verse volley
  169. 169. #hashtaggerie
  170. 170. exquisite corpse crowdsourced poem
  171. 171. exquisite corpse/ consequences
  172. 172. exquisite corpse/ consequences to work out UX for school website @daibarnes
  173. 173. Create a Band Band Name= Title of Wikipedia article regarding some aspect of your curriculum Album Title: Quote or pieces of quote from someone key to your discipline (famous ruler, philosopher, artist, scientist
  174. 174. Create a Band Song Titles: relate to a concept from the course Cover Art= Use search terms related to your subject area OR a random Flickr or Instagram search (#tagged) http://5card.cogdogblog.com/ OR try 5 card Flickr Produce using an app, Photoshop, Gimp, PicMonkey
  175. 175. Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” + Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
  176. 176. Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” + Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
  177. 177. Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” + Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
  178. 178. Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth” + Grateful Dead “Dark Star”
  179. 179. Dare to Share: Creating with SOCIAL MEDIA
  180. 180. Faux Social Media Profiles * empathy (get inside character)
  181. 181. Art meets Snapchat
  182. 182. practice metaphor #2016in3words
  183. 183. hack a tag (puns, etc)
  184. 184. hack a tag (puns, etc)
  185. 185. HashMash: hashtag mashup food + elements of fiction in #EatingStories games and geography in #GameMaps children’s literature with psychology in #SeussianPsyche
  186. 186. Storify research project (tag-based)
  187. 187. Thematic Curation
  188. 188. Serendipitous Story based on tags
  189. 189. critique a tweeter’s arguments or build a case made of tweets
  190. 190. analyze tone, examine bias
  191. 191. paraphrase a book or poem using 140 characters
  192. 192. REAL ISSUES REAL TOOLS REAL TIME kqed.org/donow
  193. 193. @thebriefbox signage for art gallery coffee cup design carbon footprint infographic e-commerce web page redesign gmail UI layout example briefs
  194. 194. Assessment Welsh slate apprentice’s portfolio
  195. 195. What if we had less testing …and more questing?
  196. 196. What if assessments had the 3 Vs: Verbal, Visual, Vocal
  197. 197. expectation: discuss process and influences, and have a lineage tree that archives attribution?
  198. 198. Influences Inspiration Tools Troubleshooting
  199. 199. stages of work
  200. 200. project specs roposals rocess ondering (reflection)
  201. 201. leave a blank column for the unknown Rubrics
  202. 202. Try: slide decks with only pictures and a provoking question?
  203. 203. What if all tests were open resource?
  204. 204. artifact bag bag of tools mashup bio bag “In the Bag”
  205. 205. Artifact Bag Assessment
  206. 206. Creation Creator Motivation Pos/Neg Effects relations between people and ideas INFOGRAPHIC
  207. 207. pic/ play / post app Process Product Reflection
  208. 208. …students, as part of their portfolio or final exam, had to come up with a lesson?
  209. 209. must ruminate to innovate Reflect (metacognition)
  210. 210. Could your course have a #TIL like on Reddit?
  211. 211. Emoji Exit Ticket Affective Data how did I feel about my work or my learning?
  212. 212. …we used tags and emoji as reflection of each assignment?
  213. 213. …we used mind peeks / peaks as an exit ticket?
  214. 214. …we used “Weird, Wonderful, and Worrisome” as a reflection?
  215. 215. …we reflected using cartoon structures? @anasalter @dogtrax
  216. 216. listicle (Thinglink or info.gram)
  217. 217. 5 takeaways 5 min vlog or film 5 annotated images 5 paragraphs
  218. 218. …we had a vox box in every room and used it for parent night too?
  219. 219. VISIBLE THINKING Try Flipgrid!
  220. 220. universal specs?
  221. 221. GOAL demonstrate learning / knowledge
  222. 222. GOAL leave a legacy
  223. 223. …there were universal project specs? beautiful unique poignant relevant transparent
  224. 224. hey… that spells BURPT
  225. 225. Love the … …What if…? Peer Feedback ( Pixar’s “plussing” )
  226. 226. culture and environment
  227. 227. Space as Muse… …mise en scène design experiences offer resources
  228. 228. …make like a Hitchcock cameo … set scene and get out of way
  229. 229. true teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to CREATE THEIR OWN Nikos Kazantzakis
  230. 230. curriculum like Wired Magazine?
  231. 231. try THEMATIC, CONCEPT-based instruction teach IDEAS not ITEMS
  232. 232. teach like a concept album?
  233. 233. class paparazzi?
  234. 234. sharpies dry erase markers coloured pencils coloured markers scissors glue sticks $10 design kits Mise en Place
  235. 235. environment: $10 design kits Mise en Place
  236. 236. math class, Punahou School
  237. 237. Remix Labs and Deconstruction Zones as well as Maker Spaces?
  238. 238. creative crowdsourced curation
  239. 239. instead of work time? time
  240. 240. The Studio collaborating planning/ brainstorming developing making/doing
  241. 241. The Studioteacher help troubleshoot refine critique guide offer resources
  242. 242. The Studio Production
  243. 243. The Studio Production ask a student to be the “Paparazzo” + archive
  244. 244. DaVinci - fy always have a notebook
  245. 245. ideas are butterflies - notebook is net
  246. 246. Lynda Barry’s notebook grid
  247. 247. drawing is putting a line around an idea - Henri Matisse
  248. 248. “Why Doodlers are the New ‘Now’”
  249. 249. you begin to see things you never noticed before.… you get closer to the artist’s secret Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
  250. 250. networked reading @MrZiebarth
  251. 251. Should “mobile learning” include sketchbooks and pens?
  252. 252. How about DEAD (Drop Everything and Draw) time?
  253. 253. @michelrijk Try a one-line drawing Mindfulness
  254. 254. analog tags on post-its add further context or questions to things in room
  255. 255. Professional Development growing ourselves
  256. 256. have space for convening with others outside your sphere watercooler effect
  257. 257. Pro - D walkabout? “host” your room …tourists in our own land?
  258. 258. guerrilla Pro-D?
  259. 259. Invite Guestperts
  260. 260. Pro-D like genius hour?
  261. 261. There is no WIN There is no FAIL There is only MAKE - John Cage
  262. 262. Make something GOOD every day
  263. 263. your big takeaway a question your personal challenge
  264. 264. http://bit.ly/intentionCC

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