Design Matters! v2

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Slides from a presentation at the Riding the Wave of Change conference in Gimli, Manitoba, 14 May 2010: an exploration of the intersection of visual design, presentation design and instructional design.

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Design Matters! v2

  1. 1. Design Matters! Darren Kuropatwa Manitoba Education Sr.Years ICT Consultant Riding the Wave Conference Gimli, Manitoba, May, 2010
  2. 2. Robie House
  3. 3. "Grand Design" Spiral Galaxy M81
  4. 4. why is this an example of good design?
  5. 5. noun Design
  6. 6. Design verb
  7. 7. a multi-disciplined approach to solving problems and tapping into authentic innovation Design Thinking
  8. 8. @dkuropatwa Design matters to me when it is part of the message.
  9. 9. avoid ... Death By PowerPoint
  10. 10. avoid ... Death By PowerPoint
  11. 11. If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.
  12. 12. Quotdes keaways fr& Dr. John Me ina’s Ta n Ru les om B rai What all presenters nee d to know sorts) A prese ntation (of olds by Garr Reyn
  13. 13. aways&Q uotess Take ul es a’ John Medin R from Dr. B ra in What all presente rs need to know n (of sorts) A presentatio by Garr Reynolds
  14. 14. dings discussed Dr. M edina ’s fin orth ules a re ideas w in Brain R spread ing... ed some quotes So I extract late to oints as they re and key p n — to d — pre sentatio my fiel word. you spre ad the help
  15. 15. quote me: You can
  16. 16. “ Brain Rules is one of the most informative, engaging, and useful books of our time. Required reading for every educator and every business person. My ” favorite book of 2008! — Garr Reynolds Presentation Zen
  17. 17. Here’s your host for this presentation...
  18. 18. e’s B iff. nam Hell o! My Agalychnis callidryas
  19. 19. host for t his online I ’ll be your the prese ntation. version of
  20. 20. enormous e reasons : (1) Let my Why me? Thre he most d you that vision is t eyes remin nse for yo u humans. d ominant se
  21. 21. And (2) allow m y remarkable c shape to remind oloring and you that you hu wired to notice mans are differences an d patterns...
  22. 22. rimitive b rain remind my tiny, p And (3) let se out of ile I get t he most u y ou that, wh my friend, far as I kn ow), you, my brain (as ssive, evo lved brain learn to u se your ma could more eff ectively... much
  23. 23. rimitive b rain remind my tiny, p And (3) let se out of ile I get t he most u y ou that, wh my friend, far as I kn ow), you, my brain (as ssive, evo lved brain learn to u se your ma could more eff ectively... much Right, on with the preso...
  24. 24. Introduction
  25. 25. n Medina Dr. Joh This is
  26. 26. He knows how these work n Medina Dr. Joh This is
  27. 27. Why is he so happ y?
  28. 28. his book is Why is he Because stic! so happ @f anta y? *%$#
  29. 29. These takeaways and quotes are based on three of Dr. Medina’s 12 rules > just
  30. 30. These takeaways and quotes are based on three of Dr. Medina’s 12 rules > just Here they are...
  31. 31. Rule #1 Exercise boosts brain power. Rule #4 We don’t pay attention to boring things. Rule #10 Vision trumps all other senses.
  32. 32. If you’re reading this you’re not listening to me.
  33. 33. Keeping An Eye On Time by flickr user badboy69 http://www.flickr.com/photos/badboy69/2333409688/
  34. 34. of n s ig iple s nc al De ri n P o 3 ti ruc Inst
  35. 35. Three Pedagogical Principles
  36. 36. Three Pedagogical Principles
  37. 37. Studentsʼ Errors and Misconceptions (Principle 1) Based on Previous Learning Students come to the classroom with conceptions of numbers grounded in their whole-number learning that lead them astray in the world of rational numbers; e.g. multiplying always makes numbers bigger. x = Teachers must engage studentsʼ preconceptions
  38. 38. The Knowledge Network: (Principle 2) New Concepts and New Applications UNDERSTANDING REQUIRES FACTUAL KNOWLEDGE AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS
  39. 39. (Principle 3) Metacognition A METACOGNITIVE APPROACH ENABLES STUDENT SELF-MONITORING
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  44. 44. Dale’s Cone of Experience
  45. 45. Dale’s Cone of Experience
  46. 46. Create Content That Educates
  47. 47. the flickr® assignment 101
  48. 48. the wiki solutions manual assignment 103
  49. 49. the developing expert voices project 104
  50. 50. Watch and Learn: DEVious
  51. 51. Watch and Learn: DEVious
  52. 52. Teasers ...
  53. 53. Teasers ...
  54. 54. Design Matters!
  55. 55. Dr. Jay Lehr Let there be stoning!
  56. 56. On the importance of presenting well "Failure to spend the [class] time wisely and well, failure to educate, entertain, elucidate, enlighten, and most important of all, failure to maintain attention and interest should be punishable by stoning. There is no excuse for tedium."
  57. 57. On dull conference speakers teachers "They are not sophisticated, erudite scientists speaking above our intellectual capability; they are arrogant, thoughtless individuals who insult our very presence by the lack of concern for our desire to benefit from a meeting class which we choose to attend."
  58. 58. On reading a conference paper class notes "There is never an excuse to read a paper notes ... Better to lower the level of verbal excellence and raise the level of extemporaneous energy."
  59. 59. On using slides (35mm and OHPs in those days): "They must be brightly lit and convey a simple thought. If you need a pointer to indicate an important concept or location on a slide, it is probably too crowded or difficult to comprehend."
  60. 60. Bonnie Bassler @ TED
  61. 61. Bonnie Bassler @ TED
  62. 62. THE STORY OF H.
  63. 63. my first class "All learning pivots on who we think we are, and who we see ourselves as capable of becoming." Frank Smith
  64. 64. Hi
  65. 65. The Escalator ... escalator What does this have to do with school?
  66. 66. The Escalator ... escalator What does this have to do with school?
  67. 67. Learn to do what mathematicians do. Magic is true! by flickr user photographer padawan
  68. 68. "All learning pivots on who we think we are, and who we see ourselves as capable of becoming." Frank Smith
  69. 69. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: •!Always be on time for class. time
  70. 70. Pewter Letters Numbers
  71. 71. Pewter Letters Numbers
  72. 72. Pewter Letters Numbers
  73. 73. Pewter Letters Numbers
  74. 74. 2 Pewter Letters Numbers
  75. 75. 6 Pewter Letters Numbers
  76. 76. MY CREDIT I know I have lost by flickr user Monkey Magic
  77. 77. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Alway arrive to class prepared to work with all materials needed. graphing calculator
  78. 78. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Alway arrive to class prepared to work with all materials needed. 3-ring binder loose leaf paper notebook or duotang graphing calculator
  79. 79. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Alway arrive to class prepared to work with all materials needed. 3-ring binder loose leaf paper notebook or duotang 12 pencils graphing calculator
  80. 80. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Alway arrive to class prepared to work with all materials needed. 3-ring binder loose leaf paper notebook or duotang 12 pencils graphing calculator
  81. 81. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Alway arrive to class prepared to work with all materials needed. 3-ring binder loose leaf paper notebook or duotang 12 pencils geometry set graphing calculator
  82. 82. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Always attempt ALL their homework assignments.
  83. 83. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Review their class notes every night before going to bed.
  84. 84. The Curve of Forgetting ... ... describes how we retain or get rid of information that we take in. It's based on a one-hour lecture. more about Learning and Remembering
  85. 85. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Always ask LOTS of questions about anything they don't understand.
  86. 86. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Always gets extra help from the teacher when they feel they are falling behind.
  87. 87. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Find one or two people to be their study partners and form a study group.
  88. 88. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: Consistently set a regular time of day to do homework assignments.
  89. 89. Critical Path to Success!! A student who wants to succeed in this course will: • Participate regulary on the course blog. http://pc40sw09.blogspot.com
  90. 90. How to Create a Google Account http://tinyurl.com/6f7aae
  91. 91. How to Sign Up For Blogger http://tinyurl.com/6x83hs
  92. 92. "All learning pivots on who we think we are, and who we see ourselves as capable of becoming." Frank Smith
  93. 93. Homework email Mr. Kuropatwa: dkuropatwa@gmail.com get a account sign up at .com
  94. 94. Homework Riddle me this ... Why are there 360° in a circle? The Riddler Fans Art
  95. 95. Have a nice day!
  96. 96. ... and don't forget your homework.
  97. 97. Photo Credits Graphing http://flickr.com/photos/mewzii/149555960/ 3-ring binders http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1311/1292315430_285d142fbe_m.jpg Sharpener http://flickr.com/photos/big-e-mr-g/192174638/ Studying http://flickr.com/photos/jamilsoni/90538195/ Aqua wins by a point http://flickr.com/photos/jahdakinebrah/92200688/ Studying. As you should probably be doing right now. http://flickr.com/photos/weshph/462633863/ Ross Homework http://flickr.com/photos/laffy4k/418602591/ workstation http://flickr.com/photos/striatic/241843728/ genius http://flickr.com/photos/thearchigeek/223751752/ Smiley Face http://flickr.com/photos/greyarea/1473/ Reviewing Notes http://flickr.com/photos/knott/66465528/ email logo http://flickr.com/photos/surfstyle/354581855/ Questions http://flickr.com/photos/oberazzi/318947873/ Telephone Keypad http://flickr.com/photos/cgc/5259321/ envelope http://flickr.com/photos/bip/420177741/
  98. 98. thanks Contact Darren Kuropatwa on twitter @dkuropatwa darren.kuropatwa@gov.mb.ca
  99. 99. Photo Credits 065/365: Show us your smile! http://www.flickr.com/photos/dotbenjamin/2765083201/ Video Credits Robie House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright 1909 How NOT to use PowerPoint! http://www.flickr.com/photos/darpi/212323100/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cagxPlVqrtM The Graphic Design of Barack Obama http://www.flickr.com/photos/chrism70/3006405416/ Dr. Bonnie Bassler on how bacteria "talk" http://www.ted.com/talks/view/id/509 "Grand Design" Spiral Galaxy M81 http://www.flickr.com/photos/toptechwriter/522395769/ Bike friendly storm drain http://www.flickr.com/photos/eliel/47082543/ How Students Learn http://books.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=10126 Slide Decks Brain Rules for Presenters Pewter Letters Numbers http://www.slideshare.net/garr/brain-rules-for-presenters http://flickr.com/photos/lwr/sets/72157594512642436/ Dodging Bullets in Presentations This body is networked http://www.slideshare.net/RowanManahan/dodging-bullets-in-presentations http://flickr.com/photos/funksoup/403990660/ The Story of H The Thinker http://www.slideshare.net/LubomirP/the-story-of-h-1581468 http://flickr.com/photos/renny1967/1509761982/ Pre-Cal 40S Slides February 2, 2009 http://www.slideshare.net/dkuropatwa/precal-40s-slides-february-2-2009 stone throw 3 http://www.flickr.com/photos/statico/1884269262/ Looking up by flickr user Olivier H http://www.flickr.com/photos/olivierh/3369422843/ Essay Jay Lehr Let There Be Stoning http://jaylehr.com/index.html http://www.geol.wwu.edu/rjmitch/stoning.pdf some images (cc) dkuropatwa http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa

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