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An Invitation to Learn - TPC10

Pulling together many educational technology ideas.
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Bryan Doyle

on 21 July 2011

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An Invitation to Learn Bryan Doyle
Twitter: bryanpdoyle
Blog: bryanpdoyle.blogspot.com David Warlick STEM Karl Fisch
Twitter: karlfisch
Blog: thefischbowl.blogspot.com RSA Animate - Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us

Daniel Pink
Twitter: danielpink
Blog: www.danpink.com Project-Based Learning at High-Tech High

Larry Rosenstock
http://www.hightechhigh.org http://vimeo.com/3930740 'Let's try not to turn our students into the students we want to teach but teach the learners that they are!' In 2010 it is estimated that we will create 1.2 Zettabytes
(or 75 billion fully loaded iPads) of digital information. Myths and Opportunities: Technology in the Classroom

Alan November
Twitter: globalearner
http://novemberlearning.com/ Twitter: dwarlick
http://www.davidwarlick.com/ purposeful work! Not is it right or wrong, but did it work or not work?
That way you always walk away with something that was learned. Invite the students to help design their learning... 1:47 - 4:22
7:57 -11:07
11:56-12:37 1:08 - 2:30 Transparent Technology It is about the learning, not the technology! We want our students to use the right tool for the job. Information Scarcity vs. Information Abundance We used to live in a world where information was scarce. Our sources were limited to:
Teachers
Books
Newspapers Now we live in a world where information is abundant. Our sources are almost infinite and many of us carry those sources in our pocket. BG Before Google A world in which the top search engines field 150 million search queries an hour. via http://wikibon.org/blog/cloud-storage/ (a great infographic!) This is the world our students have grown up in. They never experienced information scarcity. We must prepare them for their future, not ours! We need to understand their motivations. Giving grades over time puts creativity in decline, as students will begin to do only what is required to get an A. Assign students jobs in your classroom. Always have at least one official researcher for the day. He/She is in charge of finding the worlds best resources for the content that is being covered. This way at least one student is learning great research skills every day! The teacher's knowledge shouldn't be the limit for a student's learning. Do we try to 'Question Proof' the learning? If so, why? Shouldn't we be encouraging the questions? STEAM Science Technology Engineering Arts Math Jeff Piontek
Twitter: jeffpiontek
http://www.hawaiitechnologyacademy.org Scott McLeod
Twitter: mcleod
Blog: dangerouslyirrevelant.org XPLANE
xplane.com Cell Phone Survey Create a new txt message to: In the body of the message type in one of the following codes: 17252
17481
17492 -If you have a cell phone that can't get online 22333 -If you have a cell phone that can get online -If you don't have a cell phone Send your txt message. Out of 434 Ninth Graders at BHS last year, how many had a cell phone? 376
or
87% Of those same students, how many had a computer with internet access at home? 348 or 80%
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