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Brian Housand ASTE Keynote

  1. 1. Brian Housand, Ph.D. East Carolina University http://brianhousand.googlepages.com brianhousand@gmail.com
  2. 2. brianhousand  .googlepages  .com  1,000  ‐     T  Housand 
  3. 3.
  4. 4. Techie  Educator  Gi>ed  Researcher 
  5. 5. D I G I T A L  IMMIGRANTS  D I V I D E  NATIVES 
  6. 6.   “ The kids these days are not  digital kids. The digital kids were  in the ’90s. The kids today are  mobile, and there’s a difference.  Digital is the old way of thinking,  mobile is the new way.”  EllioE Solloway 
  7. 7. Learning beyond the  classroom.  
  8. 8. Why Do We  Ask Kids To  UNPLUG At  School? 
  9. 9. If technology is an event in your school, you are doing it wrong. Josh Allen
  10. 10. hEp://www.21stcenturyskills.org/ 
  11. 11. Learning and Innovation Skills Creativity and Innovation    Critical Thinking and Problem Solving  Communication and Collaboration
  12. 12. Creativity and Innovation Demonstrating originality and   inventiveness in work   Developing, implementing and communicating new ideas to others   Being open and responsive to new and diverse perspectives   Acting on creative ideas to make a tangible and useful contribution to the domain in which the innovation occurs
  13. 13. + Fluency Flexibility Originality Elaboration E. Paul Torrance
  14. 14. Renzulli Joe Creative Productive Giftedness vs. School House Giftedness
  15. 15. Computer as Paintbrush 
  16. 16. Pianos  NOT  Stereos 
  17. 17.  Computer Technology   “is not a tool;   it is a new material for expression.”   (Maeda, 2001) 
  18. 18. In a global digital  economy, the  focus is no longer  on using, it is  creang and  producing.  (Steinkuehler, Black, & Clinton, 2005) 
  19. 19. Rather than running the risk of  having our students become  quot;walking encyclopedias,quot; we  need to teach them how to  think creavely.   (Sternberg, 2006) 
  20. 20. Knowledge alone is NOT enough. 
  21. 21. ASIA  AUTOMATION  ABUNDANCE 
  22. 22. Sir Ken Robinson   We are educang   Creavity is as  people out of their  important in educaon  creavity.   as literacy.  
  23. 23. (Siegle, 2003) 
  24. 24. This Is What Web 2.0 Means   www.thisisindexed.com 
  25. 25. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Exercising sound reasoning in   understanding Making complex choices and decisions   Understanding the interconnections among   systems Identifying and asking significant questions   that clarify various points of view and lead to better solutions Framing, analyzing and synthesizing   information in order to solve problems and answer questions
  26. 26. What are New Literacies? (Leu, Kinzer, Coiro, and Cammack, 2004)
  27. 27. IDENTIFY Important Questions
  28. 28. LOCATE Information
  29. 29. CRITICALLY EVALUATE Information
  30. 30. SYNTHESIZE Information
  31. 31. COMMUNICATE Answers
  32. 32. + 5 Types of Evaluation Understanding 1.  Relevancy 2.  Accuracy 3.  Reliability 4.  Bias 5.  (Coiro, 2006)
  33. 33. I
  34. 34. This is where the REAL  Who said  informaon is.   what and  when.   This is as far as  Your chance to share  most people get.   your knowledge. 
  35. 35. “Media are mere vehicles that deliver  instrucon but do not influence student  achievement any more than the truck that  delivers our groceries causes changes in  our nutrion.”  (Clark, 1983)  
  36. 36. Communication and Collaboration Articulating thoughts and ideas clearly and   effectively through speaking and writing Demonstrating ability to work effectively   with diverse teams Exercising flexibility and willingness to be   helpful in making necessary compromises to accomplish a common goal Assuming shared responsibility for   collaborative work
  37. 37. Critical Responsible Consumers Producers
  38. 38. Creave Producvity  =   Contribuons to Social  Capital  Thanks to the  Internet,   We Are NOT  Alone 
  39. 39. 253,000,000+  175,000,000+ 
  40. 40. hEp://www.ning.com/ 
  41. 41. hEp://mabryonline.org   
  42. 42. hEp://filmonthefly.ning.com/   hEp://www.koce.org/filmonthefly/  
  43. 43. The Internet is  Parcipatory  Forcing Us To Learn  New Interfaces  Creang New  Channels For Social  Interacon 
  44. 44. + The Less You Share, The Less Power You Have.
  45. 45. What’s Computer Talent Made Of? Programmers Interfacers (O’Brien, Friedman-Nimz, Lacey, & Denson, 2006)
  46. 46. “For the first me  in history, our jobs  as educators is to  prepare our  students for a  future that we can  not clearly  describe.” 
  47. 47. One thing is clear. We don’t have the option of turning away from the future. No one gets to vote on whether technology is going to change our lives. Bill Gates The Road Ahead
  48. 48. quot;TEACHERS MUST BECOME COMFORTABLE AS CO- LEARNERS WITH THEIR STUDENTS AND WITH COLLEAGUES AROUND THE WORLD. TODAY IT IS LESS ABOUT STAYING AHEAD AND MORE ABOUT MOVING AHEAD AS MEMBERS OF DYNAMIC LEARNING COMMUNITIES. THE DIGITAL-AGE TEACHING PROFESSIONAL MUST DEMONSTRATE A VISION OF TECHNOLOGY INFUSION AND DEVELOP THE TECHNOLOGY SKILLS OF OTHERS. THESE ARE THE HALLMARKS OF THE NEW EDUCATION LEADER.” —Don Knezek, ISTE CEO, 2008
  49. 49. The illiterate of  the 21st Century  will not be those  who cannot read  or write,   but those who cannot   LEARN, UNLEARN AND  RELEARN. 
  50. 50. CONNECT DISCOVER INSPIRE
  51. 51. Change Is  Inevitable  Growth Is  An Opon  Choose to GROW 

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