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21st Century Influencer

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How do we influencer our students in positive ways in the 21st century? Here are the slides accompanying the keynote presentation given at Woodward Academy at STLinATL in July 2018 about this topic.

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21st Century Influencer

  1. 1. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ‹#›@coolcatteacher How to be a 21st Century Influencer Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher The Cool Cat Teacher Blog The 10-Minute Teacher Podcast www.coolcatteacher.com/STLinATL
  2. 2. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Sue and Mrs. Scruggs
  3. 3. Conversations with students change lives.
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  5. 5. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Hattie’s 2015 update 1. Student reported grades (how well do they think they’ll do?) 2. Piagetian programs 3. Response to Intervention 4. Teacher Credibility • Trust • Competence • Dynamism • Immediacy 5. Formative Evaluation 6. Micro-teaching (mini lessons) 7. Classroom discussion 8. Comprehensive interventions for LD students 9. Teacher clarity (clear learning intentions) 10. Feedback http://visible-learning.org/glossary/
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  9. 9. ‹#›@coolcatteacher 70 years to get to 50 million subscribers
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  15. 15. ‹#›@coolcatteacher CLI – Command Line Interface
  16. 16. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Eventually we played games like…
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  29. 29. ‹#›@coolcatteacher change is faster than ever and these kids relate differently. iCare App Trailer App Winner - WHS Shark Tank Spring 2015
  30. 30. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Give tests that count How many kids graduate from high school never having taken a test about their strengths?
  31. 31. ‹#›@coolcatteacher “And you realize that the beauty of our flaws is to accentuate our be7er features.
  32. 32. How I learned to influence today’s kids…
  33. 33. B e s t P r a c t i c e
  34. 34. What’s a bliki and should I use it in my classroom? Me at GAETC 2005 to featured speaker David Warlick
  35. 35. “The technology you pick depends upon what you want to do.”
  36. 36. How this system worked for me
  37. 37. 1. I created a wiki and we studied Web 2.0
  38. 38. 2. I created my blog
  39. 39. ‹#›@coolcatteacher 3. We shared about wikis in the K12 Online Conference 2006
  40. 40. ‹#›@coolcatteacher 4. My students studied The World is Flat by Tom Friedman
  41. 41. ‹#›@coolcatteacher 5. Flat Classroom was born.
  42. 42. Dhaka, Bangladesh Camilla, Georgia
  43. 43. 6. I came back to GAETC 2006 and learned some more.
  44. 44. ‹#›@coolcatteacher TEAMS “Working with people across the world has challenged me.” “The majority of my partners wanted to contribute something meaningful to the project.” Horizon Project Students http://horizonproject.wikispaces.com 7. Co-created the Horizon Project
  45. 45. ‹#›@coolcatteacher 8. Won ISTE Online Learning Award 2006 (presented at ISTE 2007 in Atlanta)
  46. 46. ‹#›@coolcatteacher “was its own society itself” “taught us a lesson in life”
  47. 47. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Qatar 2009 India 2010
  48. 48. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Mad about Mattering Global Collaborative App Creation Spring 2016, 2017, 2018
  49. 49. My biggest obstacle to progress!
  50. 50. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ME
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  52. 52. ‹#›@coolcatteacher The most important “A” in your classroom A5-I-tude
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  54. 54. The truth may set you free… but it will probably tick you off first. Good Aim 01
  55. 55. @coolcatteacher “We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread. They may have been few in number, but they offer sufficient proof that everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms— to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” Frankl, Viktor E. (2006-06-01). Man's Search for Meaning (p. 66). Beacon Press. Kindle Edition.
  56. 56. ‹#›@coolcatteacher The most important “A” in your classroom A5-I-tude
  57. 57. Bitter people don’t get better, people!
  58. 58. DO YOU HAVE THE HEART? To be a great teacher, we need heart.
  59. 59. “Santa’s Mo+o” in my childhood home “If you believe you receive.”
  60. 60. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Dr. Robert Rosenthal, Harvard University 1960’s Three teachers were told, “because of you teaching styles you are the three best teachers in the school as a special reward we are going to give each of you one classroom of the brightest children in the school selected based on IQ tests – we expect them to jump 20-30% in academic achievement. Keep this confidential, we don’t want anyone to know.”
  61. 61. ‹#›@coolcatteacher At the end of the school year •  Led the school and district in standardized test scores •  Jumped 20-30% in academic achievement over previous year. Rosenthal, R., and Jacobson, L. (1968). Pygmalion in the classroom: Teacher expecta5on and pupils' intellectual development'. New York: Rinehart and Winston. Read
  62. 62. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Guess what? •  The selec.ons were RANDOM. – Students were a mix of good/bad/ medium. – So were teachers! Rosenthal, R., and Jacobson, L. (1968). Pygmalion in the classroom: Teacher expecta5on and pupils' intellectual development'. New York: Rinehart and Winston.
  63. 63. You Believe, You Receive! “In experiment a7er experiment, it has been demonstrated that when teachers EXPECT their students to perform well, the students work hard and live up to their teacher’s expectaEons.” Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement Read
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  66. 66. How Can You Use This?
  67. 67. How can you start?
  68. 68. Formative Assessment: Know what they know. Socrative ROCKS www.socrative.com!
  69. 69. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Horizon Project 2008
  70. 70. “Exercise boosts brain power.” Brain Rules by John Medina
  71. 71. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ‹#›@coolcatteacher Read #geniushour The Passion Driven Classroom by Angela Maiers MAKERSPACE
  72. 72. ‹#›@coolcatteacher 20% %me project See h0p://westwood.wikispaces.com/2012+Computer+Fundamentals+Projects
  73. 73. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ‹#›@coolcatteacher Spence
  74. 74. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ‹#›@coolcatteacher Peyton
  75. 75. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ‹#›@coolcatteacher The “Brave” App Spence
  76. 76. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ‹#›@coolcatteacher Programming in Augmented Reality with Metaverse
  77. 77. ‹#›@coolcatteacher (aka Library) LEARNING COMMONS
  78. 78. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Ron Clark Academy GAME-BASED Learning
  79. 79. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Everyone has an AUDIENCE
  80. 80. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Audience is Important “Technology creates opportuni7es for students to do meaningful work that has value outside school, receive feedback on their work, and experience the rewards of publica7on or exhibi7on.” Peck & DorricoD, 1994 hDp://caret.iste.org/index.cfm? fuseac7on=evidence&answerID=9&words =audience Read
  81. 81. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Everyone CODES
  82. 82. Engagement Theory 1.  Occur in a group context (i.e. collaborative teams) 2.  Project Based 3.  Authentic Focus Kearsley, G. & Schneiderman, B. (1999). Engagement theory: A framework for technology-based learning and teaching. Originally at http://home.sprynet.com/~gkearsley/engage.htm . Retrieved 14:42, 11 September 2006 (MEST) A framework for technology based teaching and learning
  83. 83. Set your appointment - turtle time
  84. 84. Establish your expectations simply
  85. 85. Why do this?
  86. 86. Source: "Tough Choices or Tough Times" 2007, National center on education and the economy LOTS (Lower order thinking skills) HOTS (Higher order thinking skills)
  87. 87. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Crea%vity Scores in the US have plummeted 40% since 1990 Read more: The Decline of Crea%vity in the US h+p://.nyurl.com/us-crea.ve-decline
  88. 88. First, understand you CAN do this…
  89. 89. ‹#›@coolcatteacher Meet Mrs. Adkins: Innovation is not an AGE, it is a MINDSET Her secret to innovating with kids: 3 folders a weekend.
  90. 90. ‹#›@coolcatteacher
  91. 91. Let’s Review What We’ve Learned 1. Conversations are important 2. Change is happening faster than ever 3. You have to relate before you educate 4. Model of Innovation • Innovate Like a Turtle • Pick 3 Things 5. Set high expectations you can explain simply 6. Guard your heart and choose your attitude 7. Students need creativity and non-routine thinking 112
  92. 92. ‹#›@coolcatteacher ‹#›@coolcatteacher How to be a 21st Century Influencer Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher The Cool Cat Teacher Blog The 10-Minute Teacher Podcast www.coolcatteacher.com/STLinATL

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