The Leapfrog Principles

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The Leapfrog Principles

  1. 1. Arthur Harkins John Moravec University of Minnesota College of Education + Human Development The LeapFrog Principles and Outcomes
  2. 2. Challenge: Living, learning and working in unpredictable futures
  3. 3. Opportunity: Living, learning and working in creatable futures
  4. 4. LeapFrogging : Bringing preferred futures into a welcoming present
  5. 5. What are the LeapFrog Principles?
  6. 6. Leadership instead of catching up
  7. 7. Developing the liberal skills
  8. 8. Developing new knowledge
  9. 9. Innovatively applying liberal skills and knowledge
  10. 10. Catching up with the workforce Teaming
  11. 11. Catching up with the workforce Teaming Leading
  12. 12. Creative children and youth contributing to communities & workforces
  13. 13. Bonding children, youth and adults
  14. 14. Developing an innovation society
  15. 15. Creating global collaborations
  16. 16. Leading a creative global economy
  17. 17. Do it now via LeapFrog Institutes
  18. 18. Don’t spend new money
  19. 19. Let people vote with their visions
  20. 20. Visions past or visions future? Let individuals and families choose
  21. 21. Acknowledging the pluralism of present reality
  22. 22. Using new technologies ubiquitously, creatively…
  23. 23. … and purposefully
  24. 24. Networked LeapFrog Institutes
  25. 25. Developing parallel schools
  26. 26. Connecting persons, families, work places and communities
  27. 27. Connecting hardware, software, netware, and mindware
  28. 28. Using volunteers
  29. 29. Why compete with traditional education?
  30. 30. Teaching kids to think
  31. 31. Helping kids teach adults how to innovate
  32. 32. … and how to think
  33. 33. Getting a head start on everyone ― including ourselves!
  34. 34. Helping create the 21 st Century 22 nd
  35. 35. Now.
  36. 36. Do it here, in Minnesota
  37. 37. Let children and youth help to create a 2nd Minnesota Miracle

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