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monika hardy

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what why when who where one huge goal: new standard
1) access
2) process
3) connectivity how students I notice my colleagues are creating/presenting incredible lessons.
I know incredible students are attending their classes.
That should be a perfect mash-up.. but it's not. 1) research: listen
2) results: every answer is different
3) solution: individualize/personalize

every ne but
for it to include

need new standards: to highspeed wifi to tool of choice (touch, laptop, ipad, ...) to time in the day all teachers in personal learning networks per passion teacher student mentors:
target group
you plan to
learn/gain from expert
who you want
to be when
you grow up
- not in ed author(s):
as tutor
with like
passion expert
who you want
to be when
you grow up
- within ed peer mentors:
people within
your district
with like
passion peer mentors:
people outside
your district
with like
passion mentee(s):
pre or first
year teacher
with like
passion admin working
as your pln
facilitator student all students developing personal learning networks per passion expert
who you
want to be
when you
grow up mentee(s)
per passion:
student from
feeder schools family/friend
tutor face to face
teacher as
of your network someone
uganda, st louis, hometown expert
prof from uni
you want to
attend peer mentors
per passion:
students your
age, at least
one from district
and one from
anywhere else mentor per passion:
student from uni
you want to attend,
same field personal
networks develop
(students) facilitate
(teacher) validate
everyone) passion process product
shipment books
me-videos purposefully
create pln document/log
gift back
to tutors
to mentors
submit to
curric comm 1) model pln,
2) invite w/?'s
3) get out of way
repeat check how
they're doing
from how their
pln is doing growth mindset
learned how
to learn log/doc via
symbaloo via experts,
district teacher,
growth mindset 1) for proof
2) for prof develop
3) for pre-teach training fall 2010 any district
we're in loveland, co access process connectivity 1) student created/enhanced courses 2 pre-req's
1) passion
2) gift back ie: end of yr module for techer to offer class the Innovation Lab is only a part of Your School-
4 years in: will probably only include 10% of students/teachers
in district (or is it admin of the future?)
biggest group will probably be......blended..? 2) students as tech interns to classrooms 3) students as media interns to the library 4) students as marketing interns to the community Jill (teacher) is an expert in her content. She no longer holds “class sessions.” Individuals/small groups meet w/her per appointment to work on their projects. ie: building a bridge.. need calc
The rest of the time she is researching, making podcasts for her department (online lectures), mentoring 1st year and pre-teachers.. bill
or his friend composing classical songs
might be using this.. Jane (student) wants to be a neuro surgeon. She is taking 4 AP classes her school schedule is full, but she loves a challenge and wanted a type of internship to get started on her passion to find out what it’s really like. We apply and get her an NSF fellow to do research with. She spends time in the lab in the summer and off hours through the year.
She follows: and
She works as a junior fellow to share her experience with a general bio class at her school and 7 other schools in her state, as well as sharing it on Student 2.0 Fred (teacher) says his dream course would be to design and build bikes. We find 2 students with like passions. Max (student) is going to build a pln (with Fred as one of the expert tutors.) By the end of year - Max plans to gift back to Fred - some modules he can use to create a class the following year. Bill (student) is unable to take music classes in school because can’t read music. Bill has written many songs and sees songwriting as a possible future. Bill designs a course to make an awesome 12 song cd - check his video here: work on real life problems, oil spill, kozol’s schools, uganda Mark (student) is
working on this ning
site within Education
Beyond Borders for a course
in global connections. He
and his pln plan to read The
Blue Sweater and skype with
the Acumen Fund for better
ways to sustain countries in need.
see yay Alec.. leading the way to authentic validation safety and ethics pln Q&A in the future k- 8th grade - kids attain all that we deem "foundational content" but they do most of it through gaming, and programming and logic.

9-12 - becomes a quasi college - where kids start branching off into distinct , he and his tutor join in a pln based out of both mit and csu working on the same project.

beyond 12 - quasi career - already happening and termed, incubators, where companies pay student's tuition in return for their innovative ideas
Will kids learn what they need to learn?
(this question always has implied - academics) Joe (student) excels in science, he's planning a career in it. His hs pace seems too slow for him so he picks up a course built special for him from some mit lectures. The next year, he creates his own course - someone who's like as his future employer becomes his expert tutor, he and his tutor join in a pln based out of both mit and csu working on the same project.
Teachers' roles are now as diverse as students, many are facilitators of these ple connections, others enhance their content expertise, meeting with students individually or in small groups by appointment, creating podcast lectures for other's in their content to use. each teacher designs their own pd.

allows teachers to model learning in class rather than cram more tech knowledge on their own library as verb - hub of the school - huge way to obtain web access for many who don't have it at home worthy acitivities to the community - so that different decisions can be made about how money is spent and how access is administered at school foundational and sustaining that's what it's all about and you thought it was the hokey pokey The community is now well informed because of the fridge worthy communication piece, but also because of students upgraded role as active community members. No more stress over what is going on in school, dinner conversations are riveting.. how do we prove success, scalability, leveling? how can to mangage it,
will there be enough expert tutors? what if a kid changes their passion? validity vs reliability diy u goal was - learn how to learn
part of facilitators role, focus on process ok... how exactly will we validate? a) begin with past research ie: of like situations where passion has led to remarkable rigor {mindset has a ton, so does the element}
b) 2010-2011 - beacause it's first year: IL facilitator and expert tutors, PLUS - 1 teacher in district
c) video log/blog - starting here:
d) compare activity systems mapping,between expert tutor and student.
with the belief that deep practice grows myelin best {tal how do we scale - reach all kids? a true disruption of 4 years or less
{start out low cost/low impact - so anyone can do it and those who don't are bothered}
video log for pd and pre-teach training to network out
course at csu for pln, class of pre-teachers doing this with us how do we level - reach all kinds of kids? pre-req is passion, sustainance is pln, not grades or past
the accessibility is differentiated to inifinity how can/should i/we start?
twitter - monk51295
skype - monk51295
email - monk51295 (gmail or aol)
where we hang - check out how we're doing it
via doc @ {birds eye view}
via videos @ {click my tumblr}
want to see more - want to research more want to jump in want to contact us check out what we're reading
Linchpin & The Element for finding/refining passion/art
DIY Y for squelching fears of how will I make this work
Rework for daily prioritizing
The Design of Business for bold offense insight for a reliability oriented world
Mindset for insight into the scaling and leveling out desire talk to principal, super, tech steering committee, and curriculum committee
{doc to curriculum committee is in birds eye view doc above}
work with Barnes & Noble - table w/books at discount, book fare to raise money and to educate the public- {6 nooks idea}
community involvement {meetings, fridge worthy, Linchpin meetups}
get flip videos and log - first year can be a small # in each district - disruption
join us on The Cooperative Catalyst
this prezi 1st in tumblr: art growth mindset validity-oriented standard disruption starting at 2:06 innovation lab your school & your pd new standards 2009-2010 pilot what if... a what if vision places embracing innovation a local expert tutor blended project based online course innovation lab student made tutorials stretch 7th graders ple mentoring feeder schools figuring out language by immersion gus's me video gus on his music gus on his class lucas on intrinsic motivation robotics team 13 in the world french -1st in state competition vicki me video student made tutorial molly - me video 1st contact with capetown students help community school broadcast learning math on cell noam, start at 11:44 why his lectures are getting more reception than mit
- start about 5:40 (can rewind)
and then at 7:00 (comfortable for student)
and at 8:20 (don't see him) or kahn academy or... O when you are so passionate about it you'd do almost anything to give it away has to be proven over time...often trumped by reliability-oriented thinkers need both can gain intelligence.. so everything is open for learning, esp failure low cost, low impact, permeating over time standard opportunity or access vs standard content transparency the new currency, authentic, unmasked, usefully ignorant y u. be work work is where we get the least done creativity we don't need to be more creative, we just need to ship more suggested book reads: suggested reads for the innovation lab:

the element, sir ken robinson {how to do what you love}
rework, jason fried & david heinemeier hansson {how to spend your hours}
diy u, anya kamenetz {how to get what you need and see the big picture} video
the design of business, roger martin {validity and reliability}
linchpin, seth godin {how to do what you love}
tribes, seth godin {how to run class}
mindset, carol dweck {growth mindset - your choice}
drive, dan pink {intrinsic motivation}
the blue sweater, jacqueline novogratz {how to help others help themselves, economics}
the art of possibility, benjamin and rosalund zander hosting places:
our class site:
global class site (new school):
student 2.0: have recently added facebook group (tsd innovation lab)and tried tweeting you... what if the focus is more on the process, so that it doesn't matter what you learn. check out:
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