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Let's talk about LEARNING, not technology! What are some cultural shifts in our fast changing world, that have an impact on our own learning as educators? How can we start thinking differently about learning?

Thank you to Will Richardson for his thought provoking "3 Steps to Start Thinking Differently About Learning"( , Alec Couros for his 5 Answers to Challenges of Teaching & Learning in the 21st Century" ( and Steve Hargadon for his thoughts of "You First", which makes so much sense.


  1. LEARNING How2Learn The Most Important Skill Set for the 21st CenturySilvia Rosenthal Tolisano
  2. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Educational
  3. LEARNING The Bigger PictureHow2Learn Learning to Learn change
  4. The BiggerPicture
  5. Let’s Talk AboutLearningnot technology...
  6. Transformational Student Centered Life Long E-Learning Social Personalized Self Motivated Learning Game Based ActivePersonal Mobile Connected Project-Based Online Networked Collaborative Collaborative Self-directed
  7. What are you Passionate aboutExplain to a neighbor... h"p://  
  8. Tomorrow’s illiterate will not be the man who can’t read;he will bethe man Herbert Gerjuoywho hasnot learned how to learn
  9. Has Learning Changed?
  10. Let’s Start to Think Differently AboutLearning
  11. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning1 Thin the Walls of Your Classroom Will Richardson2 Talk to Strangers 3 Be Transparent Discuss...
  12. LeitmotifA recurrent theme throughout a of 21st Centurymusical or literary composition. LEarning self- motivation self- direction
  13. Willingness to Reflect
  14. Willingness to AMplify
  15. “What Yearare you preparingyour students for?” Heidi Hayes JacobsDiscuss...
  16. What does it mean to beEducated?
  17. What does it meanto beLiterate ? Discuss...
  18. Whatdoesit meanto beDigital Literate? Discuss...
  19. Are Traditional Notionsof Literacysufficientfor a 21st CenturyEducation? Discuss...
  20. Let’s Talk AboutLearning and a little bit about technology...
  21. Literacy has always been defined by TechnologyNichole Pinkard
  22. What is our Personal Responsibilityto beDigital Fluent ?
  23. WHat happens When we Choose to be Illiterate ?
  24. Why Change? Why Change ?Why Change Discuss... ?
  25. change is not necessary...survival is optional... W. Edwards Deming
  26. JumpingThroughHoops?
  27. Jumping On the Bandwagon?
  28. You canleada Horse toWater...but you can’t makehim drink!
  29. Nothing will change unless... Discuss...
  30. If you don’t like nlgke, chgato i e you are goin irr eleva nce ev en less Er ic Shinseki
  31. Thechange we are in the isn’t minor and itmiddle of isn’t optionalClay Shirky
  32. Part of me wants to say, JUst Trust me...
  33. Relevance the relation of something to the matter at hand.
  34. Ret hinkC on te nt Kno wle dge
  35. Process,Shift is anot a Program
  36. Shift is Happening Faster thanever before
  37. Shifts in Culture, Affecting Education
  38. What will ourGrandchildren not know ?
  39. Who do We go to forInformation ? Choices
  40. Where do WeLearn? o ice s C h
  41. How Much will it Cost?
  42. Sharing & Remixing are part of the Process
  43. Read ing Ha bits
  44. Going out of Print
  45. What About Privacy?
  46. Instant Connectedness
  47. Exponential Times
  48. Abundance
  49. It isn’t the Answer anymore... ... It is the Question Bill Sheskey
  50. The Conversation Happens online
  51. You Firstbased on Steve Hargadon
  52. How does this impact your own ? Discuss...Ignacio Leonardi- Learning
  53. What ChangeHave you Experienced? Discuss...
  54. Learning to Learn
  55. give a man a fish and you feed him For a day.Teach a man to fish and youfeed him for a lifetime.
  56. Pre-requisite for aN Educator to thrivea Mindset of a Learner
  57. Pre-requisite for a School to thrivea Mindset of a Learning Community
  58. sharing is part of the Equation
  59. Leitmotif of 21st CenturyLEarning self- motivation self- direction
  60. Don’t Wait forthe nextProfessionalDevelopment Day
  61. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning1 Will RichardsonThin the Walls of Your Classroom2 Talk to Strangers Commit to ONE thing for each Point.3 Be Transparent
  62. Starting POints to answer the ChallengeLearning in 2012 of Teaching &1 Embrace New communication Tools By Alec Couros2 Experiment with New Forms of Expression3 Know About Digital Citizenship/Identity4 Connect and Learn Via Social Networks5 Make Learning Visible
  63. You Firstb a s e d o n S t e v e H a r g a d o n