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the future of IT

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Ryan Simonet

on 18 September 2013

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"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
-Albert Einstein

SOURCE: Data from Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, SIPRI Military Expenditure Database, 2013. Compiled by PGPF.
Leading tech professionals explaining
what most schools are NOT teaching.
Programming is a new language and it teaches you how to think
Instead of teaching students how to simply use the technology, why not teach the students how the technology actually works?
How does this relate to DAIS students?
Mobile devices currently construct 40% of total internet usage
Free education for the world.
For students, by students.
"If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow” –
John Dewey
We can connect our world with information, rather than intimidation.
Learn to tech
(PK-2nd grade)
Tech to learn
(3rd-5th grade)
Program to communicate
Thing to consider about BYOD:
Internet reliability?
Charging stations?
Access to files not supported by device?
Screen size?
Loaner devices?
Repairs and upgrades?
Community approval?

Learning anywhere, anytime.
Electronic textbooks.
Online assignment submission.
Oak Hills local school district (Ohio) saved $1.27 million over 3 years.
Mix many subjects together to create
a more real world and hands on experience for our students
Fix holes in the internet:
Create "how to" videos
Share presentations
Virtual field trips
Create games & apps
Teach languages
Create a global IT model
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