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Design With Forever In Mind

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Design With Forever In Mind

  1. 1. Design with Forever in Mind Capturing, Creating, and Collecting Learning   Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff ben@learningischange.com
  2. 2. How do you create learning that lasts forever? What does forever mean anyway?
  3. 3. Forever does not mean planning for storing things indefinitely.  
  4. 4. Forever does not mean password protecting all of your ideas and creations.
  5. 5. Forever does not mean that your work remains unchanged over time.
  6. 6. Forever does not mean that everything should be preserved.
  7. 7. Forever means more than that.
  8. 8. It means: 1. Done does not exist.
  9. 9. It means: 2. Everyone should teach.
  10. 10. It means: 3. Exit strategies are not optional.
  11. 11. How do you capture your learning? How do students capture theirs?
  12. 12. Capturing Learning through Voice: • The Quick Soundbite • The Call-in Drop-Box • The Mixer
  13. 13. How do you (will you) use audio to capture learning?
  14. 14. How do you (will you) use cell phones to capture learning? Call: 646-495-9249 x 78353
  15. 15. Capturing Learning through the Screen : • The Record Button • More time for Recording • The Web Meeting
  16. 16. Using Bubbl.us and Screentoaster, share your mind map about your own theory of Technology in Education.
  17. 17. Capturing Learning through Text: • The Network of Learners • The Collaborative Process
  18. 18. How do you collect, aggregate and reflect on your learning? • Real-Time Planning  • Real-Time Reflection • Real-Time Collaboration
  19. 19. Contact Information: email - ben@learningischange.com phone/text - 3037206269 blog - http://learningischange.com/blog/ twitter - http://www.twitter.com/bhwilkoff

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