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What's going on in K 12 for ETUG 2016 #FoL2016

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What's going on in K 12 for ETUG 2016 #FoL2016

  1. 1. What is going on in K- 12? Lisa Read District Information Technology Coordinator SD79 Cowichan Valley
  2. 2. What is their journey like before Post Secondary?
  3. 3. Authenticity Trust Relationship
  4. 4. What is your next generation of learners going to be like?
  5. 5. gen x gen y gen z
  6. 6. Passion Projects Learner centred and designed, focus on innovation, creativity, genius Teacher or learner designed, guiding questions, focus on answering a question Inquiry Learning Challenge Based Problem centred, learner led, focus on solving a real world problem
  7. 7. Renewed BC Curriculum Core Competencies Big Ideas Content Competencies Change in assessment practices First Nations ways of knowing, Principles of Learning
  8. 8. Privacy Legislation ownCloud WordPress Moodle + F2F Portfolios/ communicating to parents.
  9. 9. Misconceptions— “no attention span” “no engagement” “no depth of thought” “satisfied with minimal effort?results” “can’t spell or write cursive” group work
  10. 10. Realities— “creative problem solving” “real world concerns and compassion” “technology is a tool, not a treat” “spelling is stupid and cursive is pointless” collaboration
  11. 11. –Steven Pinker “It is a failing of human nature to detest anything that young people do just because older people are not used to it or have trouble learning it. So I am wary of the “young people suck” school of social criticism.”
  12. 12. sepicardoshs/technology-and-the-death-of-civilisation-5 Technology and the death of civilization— part 1
  13. 13. Technology and the death of civilization—part 2 I wonder whether the photo would have caused so much indignation and disapproval if it had depicted students ‘ignoring’ the masterpiece while reading a paper leaflet or museum brochure instead.
  14. 14. What are your *rules*? What does *engagement* look like? Can you leverage the tools they have in hand? calculators, iClickers, texting, Social Media, fake social media, taking the off-line online.
  15. 15. The crossroad of BYOD and Respect Enabling all forms of communication.
  16. 16. What does a classroom look like? Books Early learning and Creative Play Supporting changing practice Teaching the whole child example: The Maker Movement
  17. 17. Where else does learning happen? Learning commons Personalized learning— anywhere, anytime Self-advocacy—sped,learning challenges

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