Future Ready? Stop Waiting for What the Tech Will Do

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future ready? stop waiting for what the tech will do #futureready Summit - Denver 2015

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Bud Hunt http://budhunt.com/

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name that device

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“Despite all the cultural and technological changes in the types of texts we are able to produce and consume, and the revolutionary predictions we have made, not much has really changed in the teaching of English over the past 100 years.” - Hicks, Hunt, Kajder & Young, 2012

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but they usually stay that way . . .

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By English: Lorenz Helmschmied, Augsburg. (Photograph by Sandstein) [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/ 3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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habits agency culture interfaces

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habits •routines of behavior that (tend to) happen unconsciously •developed through repetition •acquired over time

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digital learning collaborative

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agency •the capability of an autonomous entity to act by itself

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make hack play lenses for learning

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culture •the shared knowledge and values of an organization

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your people can’t act on your vision if they don’t know what it is.

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interfaces •shared boundaries where 2 parties exchange information •one-way •two-way

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The conception of education as a social process and function has no definite meaning until we define the kind of society we have in mind. ~John Dewey

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what kind of society do you have in mind?

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what kind of schools do you have in mind?

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what kind of future do you have in mind?

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platform •environment •constraints •facilities

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what’s all this technology for?

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online vs. offline

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digital vs. paper

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cursive vs. typed

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public vs. private

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new vs. old

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sage vs. guide

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open vs. closed

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textbook vs. website

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sharks vs. jets

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us vs. them

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digital vs. analog

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let’s think in analog

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what habits do you want to promote in your learners?

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how are you helping your learners develop their agency?

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what are the cultures that support your vision for learners and learning?

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what interfaces are you building/developing to help with habits, agency, and culture?

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how are you modeling and living within the constraints you build for others?

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“Stop waiting for the technology of tomorrow to compel you to do the work of today.” - Hicks, Hunt, Kajder & Young, 2012

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future? ready. Bud Hunt IT & Tech Services Manager Clearview Library District @budtheteacher [email protected] http://budtheteacher.com

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