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Future classrooms

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January 28, 2015

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Future classrooms

  1. 1. The Classroom of the Future
  2. 2. The Classroom of the Future and the future starts today
  3. 3. “Automated schoolmarm” at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair (Source: Novak Archive)
  4. 4. There’s never been a better time to be a learner
  5. 5. There’s never been a better time to be a learner And a more challenging time for schools
  6. 6. DISRUPTION
  7. 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/scaar/4284117075/
  8. 8. http://www.flickr.com/photos/scaar/4284117075/ “When a 14 year old kid can blow up your business in his spare time, not because he hates you but because he loves you, then you got a problem.”
  9. 9. Chris Avenir
  10. 10. Ryerson University sites 3 reasons for the case against him. 1.Learning should be hard.
 2.There is no structure of regulation for online behavior and that makes it incompatible with academic work.
 3.It is our job to protect academic integrity from any threat. i.e. Unless learning is hard and is directed by others, it fails to meet the standard for academic rigor. Chris Avenir
  11. 11. Instructor
  12. 12. Designer Guide Instructor Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Teacher designed by Musavvir Ahmed from the Noun Project Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Education designed by Travis Yunis from the Noun Project
  13. 13. https://www.flickr.com/photos/bilg/326347413 “In teaching you can't do the Bloom stuff until you take care of the Maslow stuff” Author unknown
  14. 14. tps://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/7170098685
  15. 15. tests scores conformity mind your own business compliance tps://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/7170098685
  16. 16. tests scores conformity mind your own business compliance tps://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/7170098685
  17. 17. tests scores conformity mind your own business compliance creativity tps://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/7170098685 life long learning engagement collaboration
  18. 18. “If you can crack the problem of engagement – not just ‘are you paying attention?’, but ‘ are you fascinated by this?’ – if you can crack engagement in deep learning then you’ve cracked 21st century schooling.” Mike Berrill Executive Principal, Biddenham International School
  19. 19. IT’S TIME TO RETHINK EVERYTHING
  20. 20. IT’S TIME TO RETHINK SOME THINGS
  21. 21. shifted view of
  22. 22. #literacy shifted view of
  23. 23. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa/4554087615
  24. 24. TEXT What is
  25. 25. I’m eating bacon
  26. 26. I like bacon
  27. 27. I have skills eating bacon
  28. 28. This is where I eat bacon
  29. 29. Watch me eating bacon
  30. 30. Here’s a vintage photo of my bacon
  31. 31. Here’s a recipe with bacon
  32. 32. I’m listening to music about bacon
  33. 33. Spot the Difference
  34. 34. Spot the Difference
  35. 35. Spot the Difference
  36. 36. Spot the Difference
  37. 37. 21cc licensed flickr photo by jayRaz: http://flickr.com/photos/shnakepup/2935979173/ The greatest digital divide is between those who can read and write with media, and those who can't. Elizabeth Daly
  38. 38. How do we “read” this?
  39. 39. How do we “read” this?
  40. 40. If a student goes a year without creating a video...
  41. 41. If a student goes a year without creating a video... it would be like going a year without writing a story
  42. 42. renewed view of
  43. 43. #community renewed view of
  44. 44. “Can you send me all the assignments ahead of time?”
  45. 45. The Walls Are Gone
  46. 46. The Walls Are Gone
  47. 47. “Mind-Your-Own-Business Learning” http://www.flickr.com/photos/cristic/359572657
  48. 48. https://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/9481007180
  49. 49. Relationships then content
  50. 50. Relationships then content Both matter. So does the order.
  51. 51. Be a Connector
  52. 52. The Ukulele Project
  53. 53. The Ukulele Project
  54. 54. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mcleod/3105191883
  55. 55. Give them Their Own Space
  56. 56. Give them Their Own Space
  57. 57. Show them How to Network
  58. 58. Show them How to Network
  59. 59. Show them How to Network
  60. 60. Expectations of Community “Class size only matters if the teacher does everything” Mark Prensky
  61. 61. Expectations of Community
  62. 62. Expectations of Community What did you learn from others? ! What did you contribute to the learning of others?
  63. 63. teacher as
  64. 64. #researcher teacher as
  65. 65. Who’s responsible for PD and R&D? https://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/3176577386 https://www.flickr.com/photos/gcmcphotos/15478593142
  66. 66. “...the pattern has been that as children grow up and become more proficient at making sense of the environment in which they live, their world seems to become more stable. Thus, as a child grows and becomes accustomed to the world, the perceived need for play.”
  67. 67. “As we watch the world move to a state of near-constant change and flux, we believe that connecting play and imagination may be the single most important step in unleashing the new culture of learning.” “...the pattern has been that as children grow up and become more proficient at making sense of the environment in which they live, their world seems to become more stable. Thus, as a child grows and becomes accustomed to the world, the perceived need for play.”
  68. 68. Why evidence-based teaching methods are a bad idea.
  69. 69. Why evidence-based teaching methods are a bad idea. “My argument is not with educational research but with the imperative of evidence-based education policy. At its best, educational research can provide important insights into the relationship between various social and cultural variables and pedagogic outcomes.”
  70. 70. Why evidence-based teaching methods are a bad idea. But the principal problem educators face today is not the dearth of educational research or a lack of evidence about ‘what works’, but rather the increasing absence of any opportunity for them to exercise professional judgment and to learn the value of what Aristotle call phronesis – the virtue of judgment. Experimentation in education should be part of a teacher’s everyday life.
  71. 71. “What can I do with “these” cellphones?”
  72. 72. “What can I do with “these” cellphones?”
  73. 73. “Failure is free, high-quality research, offering direct evidence of what works and what doesn’t. Cheap failure, valuable as it is on its own, is also a key part of a more complex advantage: the exploration of multiple possibilities.” Clay Shirky
  74. 74. http://blog.kylewebb.ca/2015/01/11/dont-just-consume-things-create-things-hour-of-code-2014/
  75. 75. http://blog.kylewebb.ca/2015/01/11/dont-just-consume-things-create-things-hour-of-code-2014/ “Until that point in the year, I had not seen such a high level of engagement and interest from every student in my classroom. This was differentiation and engaging learning at it’s best (for me anyways!). Students that have a tough time getting excited about anything at school were ecstatically sharing their games and apps with classmates. Collaboration and the desire to share and work with one another quickly emerged as each student learned something “cool” that they needed to share with everyone, so they could use it.”
  76. 76. Learn Share
  77. 77. Speaking personally, I realized one day that without intending to I had developed a critical community around my blog, a group of people who were willing to save me from my own lousy classroom design choices. They got better at giving criticism and I got better at receiving it. I also got better at posting the kind of rich, multimedia artifacts of classroom practice — photos, videos, handouts, etc. — that facilitated that criticism. I started to plan lessons while wondering at the same time, "What about this is gonna be worth sharing?" Lesson planning and blogging became hopelessly and wonderfully tangled up. ! ! ! ! ! Dan Meyer @ddmeyer http://blog.mrmeyer.com
  78. 78. “It forces you to explain yourself”
  79. 79. “It forces you to explain yourself”
  80. 80. SAGE ON THE STAGE
  81. 81. SAGE ON THE STAGE
  82. 82. GUIDE ON
 THE SIDE
  83. 83. GUIDE ON
 THE SIDE
  84. 84. MEDDLER IN THE MIDDLE
  85. 85. http://ideasandthoughts.org/
  86. 86. http://www.lisadabbs.com/ntchat
  87. 87. Can I find work online? your best
  88. 88. Can I find work online? any of your
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  93. 93. shareski.ca @shareski shareski@gmail.com Thanks

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