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Liberating classrooms cesi 2011


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CESI Meet 2011 Tipperary Institute

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Liberating classrooms cesi 2011

  1. 1. Liberating Classrooms through Technology Choice Ira David Socol
  2. 2. The Technologies of School <ul><li>4. ICT (delivery and communication) </li></ul><ul><li>3. The Spatial Environment </li></ul><ul><li>2. The division of students (by age) and content (by subject) </li></ul><ul><li>1. Time (division into “learning time” and “not” </li></ul>
  3. 3. What does the shape of your classroom do?
  4. 4. What does the shape of your classroom do?
  5. 6. Spatial choices make “technology” choices both possible and relevant.
  6. 7. Space and “technology” should encourage the crossing of boundaries?
  7. 10. Eliminating artificial divides between “learning spaces” and being “out of school.”
  8. 11. Are you creating lecture halls or campfires?
  9. 14. Places for sharing or for isolation?
  10. 16. Are you allowing learners to retreat to caves to consider and consolidate learning?
  11. 18. Are you allowing watering holes where humans gather for communion?
  12. 19. Are the streets of your Academical Village alive?
  13. 20. Do learners leave their marks everywhere?
  14. 24. Does choice enable comfort in every learner?
  15. 31. The Third Technology Learning Space Fantastic Windows and the Classroom Telectroscope Why Space Matters The Imagination Tech Purchasing Plan Looking for Universal Design Toolbelt Theory and Response to Intervention @irasocol on Twitter