The Pencil Metaphor
The Pencil Metaphor
Diubahsuai - Lindy McKeown
The Pencil Metaphor
The world comprises three kinds of people
A small group who make things happen…
A larger group who wat...
The Pencil Metaphor
The Pencil Metaphor
The Pencil Metaphor
The lead-ers (Say led)
These are the first to take on the technology,
the early adopters who usually d...
The Pencil Metaphor
The sharp ones
These are the people who see what the early adopters have
done, willingly grab the best...
The Pencil Metaphor
The wood (Would)
These people would use the technology if someone would
just give them the gear, set i...
The Pencil Metaphor
The dead wood
This part of the pencil can never be sharpened no matter
how hard you try. Even when the...
The Pencil Metaphor
The eraser
This is used to undo as much if not all the work
done by the lead-ers.
The Pencil Metaphor
Optional extra - the hanger-on
Hangers-on know all the right lingo, attend all the
seminars, but just ...
The Pencil Metaphor
It true that the present is colored
by the past…
but it is also true
that we can choose the colors
of ...
The Pencil Metaphor
The Pencil Metaphor
Bad Teacher
Complains
Great Teacher
Inspires
Mediocre Teacher
Teaches
Good Teacher
Explains
Better Tea...
The Pencil Metaphor
lets open our eye, & open our ear
The Pencil Metaphor
The Pencil Metaphor
Wolfgang Ratke (18 October 1571–27 April 1635)
and
Johan Amos Comenius (1592-1670)
The Pencil Metaphor
Melaka
1400 -1511
1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
1400
Belanda
1641- 1786
Portugis
1511 - 1641
Inggeris
1786 ...
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Pencil metaphor

  1. 1. The Pencil Metaphor The Pencil Metaphor Diubahsuai - Lindy McKeown
  2. 2. The Pencil Metaphor The world comprises three kinds of people A small group who make things happen… A larger group who watch things happen, And the great majority… Who do not even know what is happening Nicholas Murray Butler
  3. 3. The Pencil Metaphor The Pencil Metaphor
  4. 4. The Pencil Metaphor The lead-ers (Say led) These are the first to take on the technology, the early adopters who usually document and enthusiastically share what they have tried - warts and all. 
  5. 5. The Pencil Metaphor The sharp ones These are the people who see what the early adopters have done, willingly grab the best of it, learn from the mistakes of others and do great stuff with their students.
  6. 6. The Pencil Metaphor The wood (Would) These people would use the technology if someone would just give them the gear, set it up, train them and keep it running. All they need is some help from some sharp person and they'll be doing it too.
  7. 7. The Pencil Metaphor The dead wood This part of the pencil can never be sharpened no matter how hard you try. Even when the point is still sharp, this little left over bit doesn't seem to be of much use for the task at hand. In a pinch it can be used for the most basic of tasks.
  8. 8. The Pencil Metaphor The eraser This is used to undo as much if not all the work done by the lead-ers.
  9. 9. The Pencil Metaphor Optional extra - the hanger-on Hangers-on know all the right lingo, attend all the seminars, but just don't actually do anything.
  10. 10. The Pencil Metaphor It true that the present is colored by the past… but it is also true that we can choose the colors of the future
  11. 11. The Pencil Metaphor
  12. 12. The Pencil Metaphor Bad Teacher Complains Great Teacher Inspires Mediocre Teacher Teaches Good Teacher Explains Better Teacher Demonstrates Best Teacher Motivates so you want to be a teacher?so you want to be a teacher?
  13. 13. The Pencil Metaphor lets open our eye, & open our ear
  14. 14. The Pencil Metaphor
  15. 15. The Pencil Metaphor Wolfgang Ratke (18 October 1571–27 April 1635) and Johan Amos Comenius (1592-1670)
  16. 16. The Pencil Metaphor Melaka 1400 -1511 1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 Belanda 1641- 1786 Portugis 1511 - 1641 Inggeris 1786 - 1957 Thorndike 1874 – 1949 John Dewey 1859 – 1952 Wolfgang Ratke 1571 – 1635 Johan Amos Comenius 1592-1670
  17. 17. The Pencil Metaphor

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