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What do you do when they already know?

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What do you do when they already know?

  1. 1. CONNECTING TO THEIR FUTURE WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN THEY ALREADY KNOW?
  2. 2. #LE2018
  3. 3. brianhousand.com brianhousand@gmail.com @brianhousand brian.housand brianhousand
  4. 4. FALL 2018 TOUR 10/11 - West Virginia Association for the Gifted and Talented 10/15-16 - Ohio Association for Gifted Children 10/19-20 - Gifted Association of Missouri 10/ 27 - The Grayson School CogniCon 11/3 - Orange County Council for the Gifted 11/6 - CITES Learning Edge Conference 11/9 - Maine Educators of the Gifted and Talented 11/15-18 - NAGC Annual Convention 11/30 - Rutgers Gifted Education Conference 12/12 - Bucks County Intermediate Unit brianhousand.com
  5. 5. ALABAMA HAWAII MASSACHUSETTS NEW MEXICO SOUTH DAKOTA ALASKA IDAHO MICHIGAN NEW YORK TENNESSEE ARIZONA ILLINOIS MINNESOTA NORTH CAROLINA TEXAS ARKANSAS INDIANA MISSISSIPPI NORTH DAKOTA UTAH CALIFORNIA IOWA MISSOURI OHIO VERMONT COLORADO KANSAS MONTANA OKLAHOMA VIRGINIA CONNECTICUT KENTUCKY NEBRASKA OREGON WASHINGTON DELAWARE LOUISIANA NEVADA PENNSYLVANIA WEST VIRGINIA FLORIDA MAINE NEW HAMPSHIRE RHODE ISLAND WISCONSIN GEORGIA MARYLAND NEW JERSEY SOUTH CAROLINA WYOMING
  6. 6. FIND YOUR
  7. 7. October 4, 1957
  8. 8. September 12, 1962
  9. 9. July 20, 1969
  10. 10. CREATIVITY INNOVATION ENRICHMENT ACCELERATION THINKING SKILLS PROBLEM SOLVING CRITICAL THINKING
  11. 11. 2000
  12. 12. 2001
  13. 13. 2002
  14. 14. 2003
  15. 15. 2004
  16. 16. 2005
  17. 17. 2006
  18. 18. 2007
  19. 19. 2008
  20. 20. 2009
  21. 21. 2010
  22. 22. 2011
  23. 23. 2012
  24. 24. 2013
  25. 25. 2014
  26. 26. 2015
  27. 27. 2016
  28. 28. 2017
  29. 29. 2018
  30. 30. ????
  31. 31. The Law of Accelerating Returns Ray Kurzweil We won’t experience 100 years of progress in the 21st century — it will be more like 20,000 years of progress.
  32. 32. AnalogAnalog DIGITAL
  33. 33. But…WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN THEY ALREADY KNOW?
  34. 34. Let’s find out what you already know.
  35. 35. Let’s find out what you already know. So I can give you more of the same thing.
  36. 36. Let’s find out what you already know. So I can give you something new and different.
  37. 37. THE NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTER ON THE GIFTED AND TALENTED The University of Connecticut The University of Georgia The University of Virginia Yale University The University of Georgia Why Not Let High Ability Students Start School in January? The Curriculum Compacting Study Sally M. Reis Karen L. Westberg Jonna Kulikowich Florence Caillard Thomas Hébert Jonathan Plucker Jeanne H. Purcell John B. Rogers Julianne M. Smist The University of Connecticut Storrs, Connecticut July 1993 Research Monograph 93106 NRC G/T Why Not Let High Ability Students Start School in January? The Curriculum Compacting Study
  38. 38. REGULAR CURRICULUM ADVANCED
  39. 39. CHOICES STRENGTHS
  40. 40. YEAR
  41. 41. Know it All
  42. 42. “It is impossible for a man to learn what he thinks he already knows.” Epictetus, Discourses, Book II, ch. 17
  43. 43. “If you end your training now — if you choose the quick and easy path as Vader did — you will become an agent of evil.”
  44. 44. SMART ≠ +
  45. 45. Know it AllLEARN
  46. 46. People who don’t ask questions remain clueless throughout their lives.
  47. 47. IQ = Curiosity + Effort (von Stumm, Hell, and Camorro-Premuzic, 2011)
  48. 48. Stay hungry. Stay foolish.
  49. 49. It is not the strongest that survives, Nor the most intelligent…. It is the one that is most ADAPTABLE TO CHANGE. Those that have learned to COLLABORATE and IMPROVISE will prevail.
  50. 50. It is not the strongest that survives, Nor the most intelligent…. It is the one that is most ADAPTABLE TO CHANGE. Those that have learned to COLLABORATE and IMPROVISE will prevail.
  51. 51. STOP! Collaborate & Listen
  52. 52. When I die, I want the people I did group projects with to lower me into my grave so they can let me down one last time.
  53. 53. FASTER
  54. 54. •Limited familiarity with the research on acceleration •Philosophy that children must be kept with their age group •Belief that acceleration hurries children out of childhood •Fear that acceleration hurts children socially •Political concerns about equity •Worry that other students will be offended if one child is accelerated. 2004
  55. 55. bit.ly/2018acceleration
  56. 56. FASTER DEEPER
  57. 57. (Renzulli, 1977)
  58. 58. TYPE III INDEPENDENT OR SMALL GROUP INVESTIGATIONS PRODUCTS AND/OR PERFORMANCES TYPE I GENERAL EXPLORATORY ACTIVITIES TYPE II METHODOLOGICAL TRAINING / HOW-TO ACTIVITIES (Renzulli, 1977)
  59. 59. OPENING NEW DOORS
  60. 60. AnalogAnalog DIGITAL
  61. 61. THERE IS NO DONE THERE IS NO DONE
  62. 62. The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
  63. 63. Know it All
  64. 64. _______, I am your father.
  65. 65. If you build it, _______ will come. If you build it, _______ will come.
  66. 66. If you build it, _______ will come. If you build it, _______ will come. hehe
  67. 67. MANDELA EFFECT
  68. 68. WHO WAS THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?
  69. 69. John Hanson 1781-1782 George Washington 1789-1797
  70. 70. QUESTION EVERYTHING QUESTION EVERYTHING
  71. 71. Assign projects that flummox
  72. 72. perplex (someone) greatly; bewilder flummox verb
  73. 73. Cheese Mountain
  74. 74. FACT FINDING FACT FINDING
  75. 75. Disney Wienies
  76. 76. IDEA GENERATING IDEA GENERATING
  77. 77. Metaphors have a way of holding the most truth in the least space. - Orson Scott Card
  78. 78. 1.39 Billion pounds 900,303 cubic yards
  79. 79. SOLUTION FINDING SOLUTION FINDING
  80. 80. Each person needs the skills to make some kind of contribution to a changing world with a lot of problems that need solving. James Paul Gee
  81. 81. We can no longer afford to fail to imagine.
  82. 82. “We need to fail down here so we don’t fail up there.”
  83. 83. @brianhousand #NASASocial 11.26.2018
  84. 84. FAILURE isn’t a necessary evil. In FACT, it isn’t EVIL at all. It is a NECESSARY consequence of doing something NEW. - Ed Catmull
  85. 85. Creative people discover and realize their visions over time and through dedicated, protracted struggle. Creative people discover and realize their visions over time and through dedicated, protracted struggle.
  86. 86. YOUR COMFORT ZONE
  87. 87. GRAB YOUR OWN PERMISSION I, ______________________________ GIVE MYSELF PERMISSION TO: ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________
  88. 88. E. Paul TorranceE. Paul Torrance
  89. 89. LEARN TO FREE YOURSELF FROM THE EXPECTATIONS OF OTHERS AND TO WALK AWAY FROM THE GAMES THEY IMPOSE ON YOU.
  90. 90. NO ONE - not Walt, not Steve, not the people of Pixar - ever achieved creative success by clinging to what used to work.
  91. 91. PERMISSION SLIP Please excuse _____________________ from the way things have always been done. Time’s up on standard operating procedures. ______________________ admits he/she doesn’t have the answers. So please excuse _____________________ from the expectations that they have any of it figured out. (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE)
  92. 92. PERMISSION SLIP Please excuse _____________________ from the way things have always been done. Time’s up on standard operating procedures. ______________________ admits he/she doesn’t have the answers. So please excuse _____________________ from the expectations that they have any of it figured out. (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE)
  93. 93. PERMISSION SLIP Please excuse _____________________ from the way things have always been done. Time’s up on standard operating procedures. ______________________ admits he/she doesn’t have the answers. So please excuse _____________________ from the expectations that they have any of it figured out. (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE)
  94. 94. PERMISSION SLIP Please excuse _____________________ from the way things have always been done. Time’s up on standard operating procedures. ______________________ admits he/she doesn’t have the answers. So please excuse _____________________ from the expectations that they have any of it figured out. (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE)
  95. 95. PERMISSION SLIP The solution is out there. But only if you permit _____________________ to try, and probably fail and then to keep trying. The process won’t be neat. Instead it will be scary, and messy, and well, weird. But that will be courageous. And awesome. And the start of change. Signature _____________________ (YOUR NAME HERE)
  96. 96. PERMISSION SLIP The solution is out there. But only if you permit _____________________ to try, and probably fail and then to keep trying. The process won’t be neat. Instead it will be scary, and messy, and well, weird. But that will be courageous. And awesome. And the start of change. Signature _____________________ (YOUR NAME HERE)
  97. 97. PERMISSION SLIP The solution is out there. But only if you permit _____________________ to try, and probably fail and then to keep trying. The process won’t be neat. Instead it will be scary, and messy, and well, weird. But that will be courageous. And awesome. And the start of change. Signature _____________________ (YOUR NAME HERE)
  98. 98. PERMISSION SLIP The solution is out there. But only if you permit _____________________ to try, and probably fail and then to keep trying. The process won’t be neat. Instead it will be scary, and messy, and well, weird. But that will be courageous. And awesome. And the start of change. Signature _____________________ (YOUR NAME HERE)
  99. 99. PERMISSION SLIP Please excuse _____________________ from the way things have always been done. Time’s up on standard operating procedures. ______________________ admits he/she doesn’t have the answers. So please excuse _____________________ from the expectations that they have any of it figured out. (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE) (YOUR NAME HERE)
  100. 100. PERMISSION SLIP The solution is out there. But only if you permit _____________________ to try, and probably fail and then to keep trying. The process won’t be neat. Instead it will be scary, and messy, and well, weird. But that will be courageous. And awesome. And the start of change. Signature _____________________ (YOUR NAME HERE)
  101. 101. A VISION FOR THE FUTURE
  102. 102. JOYOUS
  103. 103. CURIOSITY
  104. 104. IMAGINATION
  105. 105. PASSION
  106. 106. CREATIVITY
  107. 107. STOP
  108. 108. GO
  109. 109. TO INFINITY AND BEYONDTO INFINITY AND BEYOND
  110. 110. brianhousand.com brianhousand@gmail.com @brianhousand brian.housand bc1000
  111. 111. WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN THEY ALREADY KNOW? brianhousand.com brianhousand.com/cites2018

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