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Becoming a Mobile Learner (iSchool Initiative)

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Students Reforming Education
DLRTOUR 2012
DLR Tour
Born in 1991
My first computer
My first Cell Phone
Online Gaming
My first Blog
My first Tweet
iSchool Initiative
Invited to Google Zeitgeist Conference
1991
1993
1995
1997
1999
2001
2003
My first Smart Phone
2005
2007
2009
2011
The Journey
The dawn of the information age
My first iPod
Mobile Learning Youtube Video Goes Viral
Cell
Phones
Internet
My World
Computers
Cell
Phones
Internet
Education
Mobile
Learning
Empower students to have a voice
Support teachers using technology
Assist districts in 1:1 and BYOD deployments
Internet, Cell phones, and Computers Converge!
Google was Born 1998
e-Commerce Begins
1994
300 Million
Global Internet Users
DVD format
Released
Travis Allen
@iSchoolAdvocate
Founder and President
1. Why Mobile Learning
2. How to overcome the challenges
3. Three things you can do to change the world
Join the Cause!
www.ischoolinitiative.org
Thank You
@iSchoolAdvocate
Bit.ly/ischoolfeedback
1. Work hard. Fail a lot, but learn more
"Becoming a Mobile Learner"
The Birth of
Computers

2. A love of learning, leads to a life of significance.
is not preparing today’s students for tomorrows world.
is built on an outdated and antiquated model.
uses pedagogy that has not changed since its inception.
is devoid of brain base learning techniques.
fails to account for the different learning styles of today’s digital natives.
fails to answer the question “why do we need to know this”?
has been at a snails pace far too long.
fails to embrace technology, mobile communications and new innovative teaching methods.
cram and memorize for a test, and then forget it all the next day.
have been built to make the A instead of learn the material.
buy outdated textbooks, and never open them.
carry 50 pound backpacks, even though a digital solution is available.
are punished for failing, therefore feel they can never make mistakes.
are expected to learn to survive in the real world, without experiencing the real world.
bound to four walls and a desk.
more focused on the community politics then the well being of our students.
guilty of disregarding individuality.
"killing creativity" -Sir Ken Robinson
failing our students, with a high percentage of drop outs.
Schools Are...
Students and learners...
Our current education system...
Reach a Global Audience
Spain
"When your passion and your purpose are greater than your fears and excuses, you will find a way."
2012
Becoming a Mobile Learner
My first tablet
3. LEAD THE WAY
Tanzania
Education Datapalooza
http://www2.ed.gov/programs/racetothetop-district/index.html
2 million tablets in Q1
Finland
#DLRTour
1. Lack of Vision & Leadership
2. "We don't have money"
3. Curriculum
4. Supplemental Use Essential Use
5. Lack of Technical Infrastructure
6. Mindset - Teacher/Administrator/Student
7. Parents - "But that's not the way I learned"
8. Takes too long for change
9. Assessments
10. Buy a tablet, not a learning solution
10 major barriers to technology adoption
FEAR OF CHANGE
Titanic
Industrial Age
Information age
NOT ENOUGH TECHNOLOGY
NOW
America's Education
IGNORANCE
TECHNOLOGY PLAN

Planned learning out of class
E.g. Field trips and working outside the classroom
Planned learning in class
E.g. Searching for answers in the classroom
Emergent learning out of class
E.g. Using mobile phones to run a lemonade stand and directed self-interest
Emergent learning in class
E.g. teachable moments not planned by the teachers
Planned
Emergent
In Class
Out Class
Type II
Type I
Type III
Type IV
1:1 Mobile Learning
Find, Filter & Apply
Clark County, NV
7,000 tablet Deployment
Beaufort County, SC
8,000 tablet Deployment
30 + States
120,000 + people
"Students Teaching Teachers"
OUR EXPERIENCE
OUR APPROACH
CONTENT (MANAGEMENT)
WARRANTY
WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE
STORAGE & CHARGING
SOCIAL LEARNING PLATFORM
MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT (MDM)
KEY INGREDIENTS
TABLET
CASE
VISION & PLAN
TRAINING
CULTURE
CENTER FOR DIGITAL EDUCATION
Before Program
After Program
I get bored in class several times a week or more
78%
42%
Students who spent 5-10 hours reading and studying for class
5.7%
23.5%
Of the students who did not already have it, 48.3% did.
Due to the new tech Program, has your family added wireless to your home?
5 phases of deployment
Paradigm Shift
Device Centric
Content Centric
Student Centric
Learn ABOUT Technology
Learn FROM Technology
Learn WITH technology
Mobile Toolkits
Professional

Development
OUR PILOT SCHOOLS
150,000 Admin/Teachers/Students
-Laszlo Bock
"the No. 1 thing we look for is general cognitive ability, and it’s not I.Q. It’s learning ability. It’s the ability to process on the fly."

Senior VP of Operations for GOOGLE
Chase
Text DLR to # 52886
Join the Movement!
Change the World
The 3 E's
Digital Learning
Revolution Tour
Text feedback
to # 52886
OUR TARGET
A
PAWN
in it
TEACHER 1
TEACHER 2
TEACHER 3
APART
of it
instead of
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Subscribers: 5.5 Million
Views: 2.3 Billion
Subscribers: 2 Million
Views: 500 Million
2.7 million channels
"Do not take this teacher if you value your time and like to know expectations. This teacher will say he is not going to teach you. It is true. He won't teach anything. You must teach yourself."
"Doesn't actually teach at all, but makes you use what you've learned so far in business school to do it yourself..."
"NOT WORTH IT! Not what it seems - I learned a lot about business, myself, teamwork, etc. However, none of that learning took place in the classroom. "
Professor "Bob"
Generation of great Test Takers
"Don't know how to use technology"
PRODUCTIVELY
Lack of skill in finding
Students
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