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MTV: Mobile, Transliterate, Visible

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(please note that since this was a keynote exported to a pdf the embedded videos will not play) The first MTV generation were the ultimate consumers of mass media - characterized by the affinity for the visual and the desire for diversion. They demanded the fast-paced and were able to quickly process information, albeit riddled with uncertainty. This culture was the springboard for a new sort of media landscape- one that even further breaks away from the privilege of print and whose power has shifted from that of the hierarchical to that of the participatory and crowd-based. What it means to be “literate” in this environment is mercurial, but we can identify some major trends and help our students by cultivating these “new literacies” in the classroom...and beyond. The remixED “MTV” stands for “Mobile, Transliterate, and Visible”. How can we leverage the power of mobile technology and social media to engage learners in relevant ways? What types of literacies are emerging, and what academic, technical, and social skills should we address to help our students succeed in exponentially changing world? How can we embrace transparency and help students wisely and effectively share and amplify their work on a global scale?

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MTV: Mobile, Transliterate, Visible

  1. 1. #hbtechfest I want my…
  2. 2. .1
  3. 3. .1 24 / 7
  4. 4. .1 mass 24 / 7
  5. 5. .1 mass 24 / 7 cross-platform
  6. 6. .1 mass 24 / 7 diversion cross-platform
  7. 7. “ primed by fast-paced ! hallucinogenic! Sesame Street ”
  8. 8. “computer fairyland”- 80’s version transX living on video
  9. 9. “computer fairyland”- 80’s version transX living on video
  10. 10. “too much is never enough”
  11. 11. “too much is never enough”
  12. 12. I want my…
  13. 13. I want my…
  14. 14. I want my… consumerism!
  15. 15. I want my… consumerism!
  16. 16. I want my… consumerism! personalization!
  17. 17. where ! the kids are
  18. 18. “television is a drug”
  19. 19. “television is a drug”
  20. 20. once upon a time… exponential change
  21. 21. once upon a time… exponential change
  22. 22. you never change things by ! fighting the existing reality. . . ! -Benjamin Fuller
  23. 23. has “digital life” changed who we are?
  24. 24. has “digital life” changed who we are?
  25. 25. All MEDIA works us over! COMPLETELY! - marshall mcluhan
  26. 26. @NeinQuarterly
  27. 27. changes in brain!
  28. 28. FOMO
  29. 29. ambient awareness
  30. 30. ambient intimacy
  31. 31. “informavores”
  32. 32. “informavores” F
  33. 33. digital as downfall?
  34. 34. digital as downfall?
  35. 35. but…!
  36. 36. we read and write more…!
  37. 37. clive thompson ! on “thinking out loud”
  38. 38. clive thompson ! on “thinking out loud”
  39. 39. We write the equivalent of some 36 million books everyday on social media and email clive thompson, wired
  40. 40. we have better visual skills!
  41. 41. photographic “eye” by “osmosis”
  42. 42. we break through boundaries!
  43. 43. we! more!
  44. 44. personal! pathways
  45. 45. shared purpose, ! cross generational
  46. 46. changing roles
  47. 47. taxonomy
  48. 48. folksonomy
  49. 49. negotiation
  50. 50. negotiation networking
  51. 51. negotiation networking distributed cognition
  52. 52. negotiation networking distributed cognition appropriation
  53. 53. negotiation networking distributed cognition appropriation simulation
  54. 54. negotiation networking distributed cognition appropriation simulation multitasking
  55. 55. negotiation networking distributed cognition appropriation simulation multitasking judgement
  56. 56. negotiation networking distributed cognition appropriation simulation multitasking judgement visualization
  57. 57. negotiation networking distributed cognition appropriation simulation multitasking judgement visualization transmedia navigation
  58. 58. negotiation networking distributed cognition appropriation simulation multitasking judgement visualization transmedia navigation performance
  59. 59. PLAY
  60. 60. We are in a networked society now…! and there’s no going back…we should ! promote learning through networks, ! not curriculum! steve wheeler! @timbuckteeth
  61. 61. clive thompson @pomeranian99
  62. 62. clive thompson @pomeranian99
  63. 63. David Crystal
  64. 64. David Crystal
  65. 65. hyperlinked hypertextual
  66. 66. content
  67. 67. learner
  68. 68. books! as insular
  69. 69. net as! pluralistic
  70. 70. one size fits all
  71. 71. personal learning paths
  72. 72. rhizonomy
  73. 73. digital learning farm
  74. 74. arbitrary! and ! artificial
  75. 75. spontaneity
  76. 76. teacher as expert, deliverer
  77. 77. teacher as…
  78. 78. teacher as… co-learner
  79. 79. teacher as… co-learner coach
  80. 80. teacher as… co-learner coach curator
  81. 81. teacher as… co-learner coach curator amplifier
  82. 82. teacher as… co-learner coach curator amplifier
  83. 83. teacher does most work
  84. 84. students to most work
  85. 85. who owns the learning - alan november
  86. 86. summative
  87. 87. summative
  88. 88. summative formative
  89. 89. collaboration = cheating
  90. 90. collaboration = the norm
  91. 91. special! vs.! seamless
  92. 92. ! we don’t have LABS for !
  93. 93. when will ! ! ! ! ! be obsolete?
  94. 94. -@henryjenkins
  95. 95. In a hunting culture, kids play ! with bows and arrows; -@henryjenkins
  96. 96. In a hunting culture, kids play ! with bows and arrows; in an information society ! they play with -@henryjenkins
  97. 97. we need to get our students! ask the questions! no one knows the answer to @Braddo
  98. 98. tech is not the emphasis - ! it’s the tool to do thoughtful work @gregkulowiec, EdTEchTeacher
  99. 99. mobile
  100. 100. ATT “you will” 1993
  101. 101. ATT “you will” 1993
  102. 102. saved by the bell
  103. 103. saved by the bell
  104. 104. Zoolander, 2001
  105. 105. Zoolander, 2001
  106. 106. we shape our TOOLS ! and then our ! TOOLS SHAPE US
  107. 107. UBIQUITOUS
  108. 108. US
  109. 109. by dillan van ness
  110. 110. Mobile communications ! …are already beginning ! to change the way people ! meet, mate, work, war, ! buy, sell, govern and create.! howard rheingold
  111. 111. …and sometimes not…
  112. 112. when more people CAN do something! they do more of it, and they do ! weirder things clive thompson smarter than you think
  113. 113. the mobile device as ! single-purpose caterpillar to ! multi-functional, self-reflexive ! butterfly the mobile metamorphis: jess greenwood
  114. 114. smartmobile as! digital self-portraits
  115. 115. beyond brick and mortar
  116. 116. The WORLD is our curriculum
  117. 117. and kids don’t have to live here…
  118. 118. and kids don’t have to live here… to want to go outside!
  119. 119. DIGITAL ETHNOGRAPHY “you can map a community”
  120. 120. authenticity
  121. 121. nomadic learning
  122. 122. entrepreneurial learning
  123. 123. Snap-enger Hunt with SnapChat
  124. 124. microcontent!
  125. 125. microcontent! trading cards
  126. 126. microcontent! bazooka gum wrappers
  127. 127. microcontent! happy meal toys
  128. 128. microcontent! twitter
  129. 129. microcontent! news instagram: @fivethirtyeight
  130. 130. read, write, interact
  131. 131. read, write, interact range of platforms, tools, media
  132. 132. Henry Jenkins , MIT
  133. 133. Henry Jenkins , MIT
  134. 134. letter
  135. 135. letter
  136. 136. letter
  137. 137. work in virtual community
  138. 138. report
  139. 139. report
  140. 140. report slideshow
  141. 141. viral video
  142. 142. essay
  143. 143. essay
  144. 144. program or app
  145. 145. EPIC WORK comes from making a deeper to who we are & finding a MEDIUM to EXPRESS it well to OTHERS @berkun
  146. 146. @thnkclrly visual audio
  147. 147. “all the world’s a stage”
  148. 148. “all the world’s a stage”
  149. 149. nuances of publishing !
  150. 150. nuances of publishing ! where?
  151. 151. nuances of publishing ! where? when?
  152. 152. nuances of publishing ! where? when? audience?
  153. 153. nuances of publishing ! where? when? audience? tone?
  154. 154. nuances of publishing ! where? when? audience? tone? tags?
  155. 155. “creative”, nic askew
  156. 156. “creative”, nic askew
  157. 157. managing ! identity
  158. 158. managing ! identity and ! “privacy”
  159. 159. managing ! identity and ! “privacy” “hacking transience”?
  160. 160. infotention @hrheingold
  161. 161. creating content
  162. 162. creating content visual
  163. 163. creating content visual graphic
  164. 164. Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth
  165. 165. Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth
  166. 166. organize and share content!
  167. 167. + re-contextualization
  168. 168. the heart of digital literacies ! is the remix doug belshaw, mozilla
  169. 169. playing, tinkering with media
  170. 170. connecting dots
  171. 171. @MrZiebarth ’s class “networked reading”
  172. 172. innovative uses of platforms + tools
  173. 173. predictions -(hopes?)
  174. 174. eliminate “SOCIAL”
  175. 175. all media will be “SOCIAL”
  176. 176. eliminate “MOBILE”
  177. 177. all devices will be “MOBILE”
  178. 178. eliminate “EDTECH”
  179. 179. we’ll learn with our everyday tools
  180. 180. visible
  181. 181. Knowledge is like love- you can give it all away but you still get to keep it steve wheeler @timbuckteeth
  182. 182. Chase Jarvis + Austin Kleon
  183. 183. Chase Jarvis + Austin Kleon
  184. 184. @austinkleon Creativity is a verb / a tool / a way PURPOSE
  185. 185. the new cv
  186. 186. imagine if your next boss ! didn’t have to read your resume! because she already reads…
  187. 187. imagine if your next boss ! didn’t have to read your resume! because she already reads… …YOUR BLOG @austinkleon
  188. 188. “If your work isn’t online it doesn’t exist” @austinkleon
  189. 189. “transparency is the natural byproduct! of CONNECTIVITY,! MOBILITY,! and COLLABORATION” terry heick
  190. 190. will radical transparency!
  191. 191. will radical transparency! + algorithms
  192. 192. will radical transparency! + algorithms supplant assessment?
  193. 193. open badges @mozilla
  194. 194. @dkuropatwa
  195. 195. amber case, cyborg anthropologist
  196. 196. amber case, cyborg anthropologist
  197. 197. be honest. be overt.
  198. 198. stages of work
  199. 199. @joi, MIT I don’t think EDUCATION is about centralized instruction anymore…! it’s the process of! establishing oneself as a NODE in a broad NETWORK of distributed ! CREATIVITY
  200. 200. connectivism, george siemens
  201. 201. I outsource my entire life -! I can solve any problem ! on Twitter in six minutes -Laura Fitton, sm guru
  202. 202. who are you! connected to?
  203. 203. who are you! connected to?
  204. 204. who are you! connected to? how much do! you share?
  205. 205. who are you! connected to? how much do! you share?
  206. 206. who are you! connected to? how much do! you share? what tools do! you use?
  207. 207. who are you! connected to? how much do! you share? what tools do! you use?
  208. 208. who are you! connected to? how much do! you share? what tools do! you use? how do you! troubleshoot?
  209. 209. ! where do you keep ! and showcase your work?
  210. 210. Publish the “raw”
  211. 211. low barrier of entry
  212. 212. twitter Q of the week
  213. 213. twitter+ storify + QR codes
  214. 214. ! where do you collect and ! keep track of goodies?
  215. 215. ! where is your info coming from? streams
  216. 216. how about a #FF for our students?
  217. 217. teacher as amplifier
  218. 218. #MadewithPaper
  219. 219. Twitter as Voice David Crystal
  220. 220. Twitter as Voice David Crystal
  221. 221. participation platform
  222. 222. the cloud is our campfire
  223. 223. point to the moon ars poetica @steveroggenbuck
  224. 224. point to the moon ars poetica @steveroggenbuck
  225. 225. @steveroggenbuck
  226. 226. #daretosshare
  227. 227. www.amyburvall.com @amyburvall

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