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Learning is changing. Are we?

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Ryan McCallum

on 11 June 2012

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Transcript of Learning is changing. Are we?

cheating DON'T. TELL. ANYONE. Cheating? Simply ask your questions from your mobile phone as if you were talking to a smart friend. Shift. Anytime Anywhere Any one Passion-based learning happens Analog vs. Digital
Tethered vs. Mobile
Isolated vs. Connected
Generic vs. Personal
Consumption vs. Creation
Closed vs. Open Education vs. Everyday Learning is Changing Are we? “Dude. It’s going to be so hard for teachers to make homework effective.”
-Steph

“DON’T. TELL. ANYONE.”
-Nikki

“You’re telling them?”
Ayjiah

“Don’t tell Urdahl about this.”
Valencia Mobile.
Networked.
Global.
Collaborative.
Self-directed.
Inquiry based.
On demand.
Transparent.
Lifelong.
Personalized.
Pull. 1. Talk to strangers
2. The G-Portfolio
3. Planet-scale sharing
4. Managing multiple streams of simultaneous information
5. Participate in information creation
6. Be a crap detector & know how to determine authority
7. Follow your passions
8. Learn to Learn c's critical thinking;
creativity and innovation;
collaboration;
cross-cultural understanding;
communication;
computing technology; and
career learning Learn to do. A lot of graphics
Interactive
Engaging
Personalized
Exciting Analyze documents
Find Meaning
Solve Problems In the emerging, highly programmed landscape ahead, you will either create the software or you will be the software. Speak vs. Listen
Write vs. Read
Broadcast vs. View
Program vs. Consume Instead of pursuing new ideas, we fetishize new toys. These stages of development - from player to cheater to modder to programmer - mirror our own developmeing relationship to media through the ages. What is Do to learn. 8 shifts Will Richardson When facts are free,
you're as smart as you are curious. 21st Century Work 7 Bernie Trilling Use technology.
Don't be used by it. When kids learn on their own: How often is my classroom like this? Literacies The shift can start with To their entrenched (but nervous)
competitors, these companies
appear to be cheating because
they’re not playing by the rules. Why aren't you cheating? -Seth Godin
Purple Cow learning is Ryan McCallum Technology Integration Specialist
Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools @cleanapple ryan@cleanapple.com cleanapple.com bhs.cc/1L Find this Prezi at is changing. 35% of teens with cell phones
admitted to using them
for chating at least once. 19% don't think
it's cheating
to access the
web during
tests. More at http://bit.ly/fW7f4g From Push To Pull 2 things schools should be teaching:
Leadership & Problem Solving -Seth Godin, Linchpin More at http://go.bhs.cc/1M
& http://weblogg-ed.com/
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