iCreate To Educate - Melissa Pickering

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iCreate To Educate - Melissa Pickering

  1. 1. empowering our future innovators through hands-on toolsMelissa PickeringFounder, 2010 www.icreatetoeducate.com
  2. 2. imagineer... mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  3. 3. ...to entrepreneur 1300 imagineers 55 million kids in school with a potential imagineer inside mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  4. 4. missionownership, understanding, retention, engagement provide simple hands-on tools to increase academic achievement for all learners success inclusive mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  5. 5. for the next 30min... Understanding this movement in Edu How iCreate is educating innovators What are tangible next steps for us? mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  6. 6. what’s really happening in Education? Claims Challenge we are going to education is not “disrupt” education a market like we did with consumer internet our education our education system is “broken” system is “strained” mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  7. 7. signs of a strained classroom mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  8. 8. how do we get here? engagement interaction mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  9. 9. what’s really the goal ? mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  10. 10. are we losing sight of the goal? Teacher: Does iCreate work on the iPad? Me: No, not yet, why? Teacher: Well, we just got 10 iPads, but we don’t have wireless in the school and we’re also not really sure what to do with them yet. Me: mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  11. 11. throwing technology in to “fix” quadrupledthe amount of technology since 1995 mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  12. 12. how can we look at technology differently?technology used as a vehicle toactively engagein the classroom mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  13. 13. how we create active classrooms DEMO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egaiHWI9zek mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  14. 14. digital meets physical mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  15. 15. conversations in the classroom it’s NOT about stop-motion... ...it’s about providing a vehicle for rich, meaningful interactions mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  16. 16. collaboration for all learnersSt. Francis School for the Deaf, Brooklyn, NY mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  17. 17. identifying the goal http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vDKsC90W7M first graders: digital book report mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  18. 18. what are next steps to adjust the “strain” communication to us entrepreneurs identify the goal to avoid being overwhelmed we’re all new at this! mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  19. 19. “you must be new at this too!” mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  20. 20. same pieces, same task, different results mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com
  21. 21. thank you! mpickering@icreatetoeducate.com

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