Authentic Learning with 21st Century Tools

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Keynote Presentation from the 2013 Pearson Authentic Learning Conference.

Are you an Authentic Learner? Are you an Authentic Teacher who is able to provide your students with the right tools to help them become 21st Century Learners?

For more information, please contact Jeff Bradbury
www.JeffBradbury.me
@TeacherCast

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Authentic Learning with 21st Century Tools

  1. 1. CREATING AN AUTHENTIC LEARNING ENVIRONMENT “For Free!?!” 1
  2. 2. WHERE ARE WE??? 2
  3. 3. According to a Survey of Educators in the USA 3
  4. 4. No 25%Yes 75% % of Educators that use Mobile Devices in their Classroom According to a Survey of Educators in the USA 3
  5. 5. According to a Survey of Educators in the USA 4
  6. 6. 0 0.175 0.35 0.525 0.7 64% 44% Under 35 Under 55 Confidence Level of Technology Using Educators According to a Survey of Educators in the USA 4
  7. 7. TeacherCast Survey 5
  8. 8. No 7% Yes 93% Ipad in the Classroom TeacherCast Survey 5
  9. 9. TeacherCast Survey 6
  10. 10. No 14% Yes 86% iPad for Social Media TeacherCast Survey 6
  11. 11. TeacherCast Survey 7
  12. 12. 0 37.5 75 112.5 150 143 123 60 81 38 2 14 Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Pinterest Instagram Tout Other Educators using Social Media TeacherCast Survey 7
  13. 13. TeacherCast Survey Educators 8
  14. 14. 0 12.5 25 37.5 50 5 7 2 8 5 15 20 45 34 35 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 What is your iPad Proficiency? TeacherCast Survey Educators 8
  15. 15. According to a Survey of Educators in the USA 9
  16. 16. No 8% Yes 92% The Internet has had a MAJOR Impact on teaching their students According to a Survey of Educators in the USA 9
  17. 17. HOW DO WE CONVERTTHE 8%? 10
  18. 18. HOW DO WE CONVERTTHE 8%? 10
  19. 19. “PEOPLE DON’T WANT TO BUY A COMPUTER... THEY WANT TO LEARN WHAT THEY CAN DO WITH THEM” 11
  20. 20. “PEOPLE DON’T WANT TO BUY A COMPUTER... THEY WANT TO LEARN WHAT THEY CAN DO WITH THEM” STEVE JOBS 11
  21. 21. “TEACHERS DON’T WANT TO LEARN HOW TO USE A COMPUTER... THEY WANT TO LEARN HOW THEY CAN INSPIRE STUDENTS” 12
  22. 22. STUDENTS WANT AUTHENTIC LEARNING 13
  23. 23. WHAT IS AUTHENTIC LEARNING? 14
  24. 24. WHAT IS AUTHENTIC LEARNING? 15
  25. 25. WHAT IS AUTHENTIC LEARNING? Real Life Learning 15
  26. 26. WHAT IS AUTHENTIC LEARNING? Real Life Learning Publishable inTHEIR world 15
  27. 27. WHAT IS AUTHENTIC LEARNING? Real Life Learning Publishable inTHEIR world Self Motivated Learning 15
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  29. 29. Tools of Authentic Learning 17
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  46. 46. Authentic Learning 34
  47. 47. Authentic Learning Creating a StudentVoice Real World / Meaningful Content Self Directed Learning 35
  48. 48. Unlock Your Student’s Creativity 36
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  50. 50. WHAT ISTHE IPAD GOOD FOR? Why Do We Love It So Much? 38
  51. 51. Things to do with your iPad Take Notes Translate Text Take a Field Trip using Google Earth Play Piano, Guitar,Violin Compose a Song Read Websites offline using Instapaper Broadcast LiveVideo using Ustream Share your writing or Blogs Search the Stars Create, Edit and Publish Award Winning Videos Catalogue a Family Tree 39
  52. 52. WHAT DOES A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? 40
  53. 53. WHAT DOES A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? 41
  54. 54. WHAT DOES A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? Technology Mobile Connect Communicate Collaborate Create Meets the Needs of Todays Digital Students 42
  55. 55. WHAT DOES A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? Technology Mobile Connect Communicate Collaborate Create Meets the Needs of Todays Digital Students 42
  56. 56. WHAT DOES A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? Technology Mobile Connect Communicate Collaborate Create Meets the Needs of Todays Digital Students 42
  57. 57. WHAT DOES A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? Technology Mobile Connect Communicate Collaborate Create Meets the Needs of Todays Digital Students 42
  58. 58. WHAT DOES A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? Technology Mobile Connect Communicate Collaborate Create Meets the Needs of Todays Digital Students 42
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  65. 65. RE-IMAGINETHE 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM 49
  66. 66. WHAT DOESYOUR CLASSROOM LOOK LIKE? 50
  67. 67. WHAT DOYOU WANTYOUR CLASSROOM TO LOOK LIKE? 51
  68. 68. 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM 52
  69. 69. 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM Website 52
  70. 70. 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM Website Audio /Video 52
  71. 71. 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM Website Audio /Video Content 52
  72. 72. 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM Website Audio /Video Content Student Work 52
  73. 73. WHAT ISTHE FUNCTION OF A WEBSITE? 53
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  76. 76. Class Blogs Student Blogs Professional Blogs School Websites ePortfolios News Publications Collaboration Websites Wiki’s Social Websites Parent Contact Portals Learning Management Systems Content Management Systems Video Archives Mobile Websites 55
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  78. 78. FREE! 56
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  82. 82. FREE! 58
  83. 83. WORKING WITH AUDIO ANDVIDEO 59
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  85. 85. Improves Language Skills Improves Communication Skills Breaks Down Walls 60
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  87. 87. Record Simple “Podcasts” Save Recordings to Dropbox Upload to Website 61
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  89. 89. Record HDVideo Edit Publish 62
  90. 90. MAC/iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch Imagination 63
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  101. 101. AUDIO VIDEO 67
  102. 102. CREATING MEANINGFUL CONTENT “Do or Do Not...There is no Try” 68
  103. 103. GIVEYOUR STUDENTS A REASONTO COME BACK 69
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  106. 106. SCREENCASTING Personalize Student Learning Distributed through Blogs and Websites Provide Feedback on Student Performance Viewable on All Platforms Extends Knowledge and Learning Beyond the Classroom Walls 71
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  108. 108. PODCASTING RecordYourVoice During Class ReadThe Chapter and Post it Online Record an AudioTutorial Navigation Guide on a FieldTrip 73
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  110. 110. CREATEYOUR OWNTEXTBOOK Paperless Learning Portfolio Creation Digital Syllabi Interactive Chapter Reviews 75
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  119. 119. ONLINE LEARNING Customized Learning Mobile Classrooms FREE! 77
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  122. 122. USING DIGITAL MEDIATO CREATE AN INTERACTIVE CLASSROOM 80
  123. 123. SHAREYOUR STUDENTS WORK... FOREVER Never ThrowYour Students Work Out...Again 81
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  126. 126. “TRADITIONAL EDUCATION” 84
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  130. 130. MESSY DESK SYNDROME 88
  131. 131. DOESYOUR HOME LOOK LIKETHIS? 89
  132. 132. ASSIGNMENT 1.WatchVideo 2. Discuss theVideo with the class 3. How does the video make you feel? 90
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  135. 135. www.Polleverywhere.com/TeacherCast 92
  136. 136. 21ST CENTURY LESSONS Back Channeling Content Curation Voice Communication Projects WebsiteTools Group Collaborations Video Creation 93
  137. 137. BACKCHANNELING 94
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  143. 143. HOW CAN WE USE A SIMPLETOOL LIKE TODAYS MEET IN OUR CLASSROOMS? 96
  144. 144. DIGITAL CURATION 97
  145. 145. SYMBALOO.COM 98
  146. 146. SYMBALOO.COM 98
  147. 147. SYMBALOO.COM 98
  148. 148. EDUCLIPPER 99
  149. 149. EDUCLIPPER 99
  150. 150. DIGITAL POSTERS 100
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  155. 155. SPOKEN COMMUNICATION 102
  156. 156. SPEAKPIPE.COM 103
  157. 157. SPEAKPIPE.COM 103
  158. 158. SPEAKPIPE.COM 103
  159. 159. SPEAKPIPE.COM 103
  160. 160. What if your students could speak to each other using custom made avatars? VIRTUAL REALITY 104
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  164. 164. VIDEO AND MEDIA What if your students had access to all of the free, copy proof videos in the world? 106
  165. 165. YOUTUBEVIDEO EDITOR 107
  166. 166. YOUTUBEVIDEO EDITOR 107
  167. 167. WEVIDEO 108
  168. 168. WEVIDEO 108
  169. 169. DIGITAL CLASSROOM How can your students take advantage of all of these great free resources? 109
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  181. 181. WHAT’S NEXT? 112
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  183. 183. SHARE IT! 113
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  185. 185. “IT’S NOT ABOUT USING TECHNOLOGY ... IT’S ABOUT ENHANCING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE” 114
  186. 186. Choose a Project WordPress.com Weebly.com Smore.com Voki.com YouTube.com/Editor 115
  187. 187. THE HISTORY OF MUSIC NOTATION Where Did Music Come From? 116
  188. 188. THE HISTORY OF SOUND PRODUCTION No really.... this is how it happened. 117
  189. 189. A LONG TIME AGO . . . somewhere in the cave people days.... 118
  190. 190. A LONG TIME AGO . . . somewhere in the cave people days.... 118
  191. 191. EARLY CAVEPEOPLE 119
  192. 192. EARLY CAVEPEOPLE Lived in Caves Lived Together in Groups Hunters and Gatherers 119
  193. 193. CAVEPEOPLE LIVED IN CAVES 120
  194. 194. CAVEPEOPLE LIVED IN CAVES No Real Languages Yet No Real Way to communicate with each other People got along with each other 120
  195. 195. WHAT DID CAVEMEN WANT? 121
  196. 196. WHAT DID CAVEMEN WANT? Cavemen wanted to go hunt. 121
  197. 197. WHAT DID CAVEMEN WANT? Cavemen wanted to go hunt. Cavewomen wanted to go shopping. 121
  198. 198. CAVEMEN FOUND A WAY TO ENTERTAIN THEMSELVES 122
  199. 199. CAVEMEN FOUND A WAY TO ENTERTAIN THEMSELVES 122
  200. 200. CAVEMEN ON A BIG HUNT 123
  201. 201. IT WOULD BE NICE IF IT WERE THIS EASY TO COMMUNICATE 124
  202. 202. PROBLEM!!! 125
  203. 203. PROBLEM!!! There was no language for them to communicate with each other. 125
  204. 204. HOW DID CAVE PEOPLE COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER? 126
  205. 205. HOW DID CAVE PEOPLE COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER? Hand Gestures Art Cave Paintings Random Acts of Sounds 126
  206. 206. THE WOMEN HAVE A PLAN 127
  207. 207. THE WOMEN HAVE A PLAN It was women who came up with the first forms of communication 127
  208. 208. THE WOMEN HAVE A PLAN It was women who came up with the first forms of communication It wasn’t the cell phone 127
  209. 209. THE WOMEN HAVE A PLAN It was women who came up with the first forms of communication It wasn’t the cell phone They looked at their primal mates (or primates) and said: 127
  210. 210. THE WOMEN HAVE A PLAN 128
  211. 211. THE WOMEN HAVE A PLAN AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAHHHHH HHHHHHHHH 128
  212. 212. CAVEMEN THOUGHTS 129
  213. 213. CAVEMEN THOUGHTS Cavemen only wanted to make their cavewomen happy 129
  214. 214. CAVEMEN THOUGHTS Cavemen only wanted to make their cavewomen happy They proudly responded to their cavewomen by saying: 129
  215. 215. BUH!!! 130
  216. 216. TWO WAY COMMUNICATION 131
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  218. 218. AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAHHHHHH HHHHHHHH 132
  219. 219. BUH!!! 133
  220. 220. THE HAPPY COUPLE 134
  221. 221. THE HAPPY COUPLE For Years and Years the cavemen and cavewomen were happy and dwelling together. 134
  222. 222. THE HAPPY COUPLE Simple two way conversation Command AAHH Response BUH!! 135
  223. 223. THE INVENTION OF ART AND CAVE PAINTINGS The expansion of languages 136
  224. 224. CAVE PAINTINGS Cavewoman needed a visual to communicate their need for hunger. They came up with a symbol to show the men what they needed for the cave 137
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  228. 228. AAAAAHHHHH 138
  229. 229. WHERE DID THE CAVEWOMEN WANT THE MEN TO GO? 139
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  233. 233. BUH? 140
  234. 234. THIS CONVERSATION WAS COMMON IN CAVEPERSON HOUSEHOLDS 141
  235. 235. AAAAAHHHHH 142
  236. 236. BUH 143
  237. 237. AAAAAHHHHH 144
  238. 238. BUH 145
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  241. 241. THE LANGUAGE EXPANDS 147
  242. 242. THE LANGUAGE EXPANDS 147
  243. 243. THE LANGUAGE EXPANDS Ga!! 147
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  245. 245. THE LANGUAGE EXPANDS 149
  246. 246. THE LANGUAGE EXPANDS 149
  247. 247. THE LANGUAGE EXPANDS 149
  248. 248. DAAAY!! THE LANGUAGE EXPANDS 149
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  250. 250. AAAAAHHHHH 151
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  252. 252. BUH 153
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  254. 254. Ga!! 155
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  256. 256. DAAAY!! 157
  257. 257. THINGS CHANGED OVER TIME 158
  258. 258. AAAAAHHHHH 159
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  260. 260. BUH 161
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  262. 262. Ga!! 163
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  264. 264. DAAAY!! 165
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  266. 266. AAAAAHHHHH 167
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  268. 268. BUH 169
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  270. 270. Ga!! 171
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  272. 272. DAAAY!! 173
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  274. 274. AAAAAHHHHH 175
  275. 275. BUH 176
  276. 276. Ga!! 177
  277. 277. DAAAY!! 178
  278. 278. AND NOW, WE HAVE THE FIRST PRIMITIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TWO CAVE PEOPLE 179
  279. 279. Ah Ba Ga Day! 180
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  281. 281. JEFF BRADBURY @TEACHERCAST WWW.TEACHERCAST.NET 181

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