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Remix prez ignite

  1. 1. THE ART OF REMIX An Ignite Presentation about Remix Culture in Learning
  2. 2. TCTELA VICE PRESIDENT – OUTGOING TEACHER CONSULTANT, NSTWP WAXAHACHIE ISD WAXAHACHIE GLOBAL HIGH – STEM/ECHS @finchgirl10 www.tinyurl.c om/nes there
  3. 3. REMIX CULTURE According to Lawrence Lessig via Richard Koman, it’s a…. “rich, diverse outpouring of creativity based on creativity.” http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/policy/2005/02/24 /lessig.html
  4. 4. TEASING OUT WHAT A REMIX IS AND HOW TO DO IT "Remix culture describes the way in which youth culture today more visibly orients itself around creating media by extracting component pieces from other people's media creations, then connecting them together to form something new.” P2P Foundation http://p2pfoundation.net/Remix_Culture
  5. 5. TEASING OUT WHAT A REMIX IS AND HOW IT WORKS  Remix is grounded in connected learning  Remix has roots in the “maker movement”  Remix can bridge reading, writing, other disciplines, STEM  Remix is a way to get “out of the way” as a teacher www.austinkleon.com @austinkleon
  6. 6. STEAL LIKE AN ARTIST A u s t i n K l e o n ’s Philosophy Nothing is completely original that we do. Everything is a remix or a mashup. ~Austin Kleon
  7. 7. EXAMPLE OF REMIX
  8. 8. HOW CAN YOU BE A “TASTEFUL THIEF” AS AN EDUCATOR?
  9. 9. MAKING AS REMIX
  10. 10. www.connectedlearning.tv LEARNING SHOULD BE CONNECTED.
  11. 11. TEENAGE BRAIN: SOCIAL LEARNING
  12. 12. Writing as REMIX
  13. 13. BECAUSE DIGITAL WRITING MATTERS NWP, © 2010  Landscape of writing has changed  Now more spaces to write – digital and other  More collaborative approach  A “learning to learn” mentality  Multi-modal methods for writing
  14. 14. COLLABORATION IS KEY
  15. 15. BEING OPEN TO NEW WAYS OF LOOKING AT THINGS HELPS, TOO
  16. 16. HAVE TO BE OPEN TO CHANGE, TO LEARNING
  17. 17. Newspaper Blackout Poetry by Austin Kleon
  18. 18. Austin Kleon
  19. 19. YOU JUST MIGHT SURPRISE YOURSELVES.
  20. 20. AUSTIN KLEON’S FINAL WORDS If we are what we let in, then what we let in is really important. 2009 SI Stand next to the talent.

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