Innovation & 21st Century Learning

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www.create-learning.com Slides from a talk on Innovation and 21 Century Learning, Old New Thing OR New New Thing? In the talk we explored iterative steps to continue the 10 years of High Performance Nardin Academy has had. Creating and exploring systems to innovate while keeping cor education processes in place.

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  • 1. Innovation and 21st Century Learning.
    New old thing
    Or
    New, New Thing?
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  • 2. Nardin Academy is a Catholic Independent school which prepares the individual for life by providing a well-rounded education, by helping each student realize his or her potential and develop a love of learning, and by instilling moral values in the Judeo-Christian tradition.
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  • 3. Nardin Academy is a Catholic Independent school which prepares the individual for life by providing a well-rounded education, by helping each student realize his or her potential and develop a love of learning, and by instilling moral values in the Judeo-Christian tradition.
    CP + V + SK +Wi + (-T) = CAC
    Potential capacity comes from better, more effective - continuous exploration of what is working and how we can better?
    Innovation
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  • 4. What is one thing as an educator you do really well?
    What is one thing that Nardin does really well?
    What is one thing that could be a little better?
    What can you do to make that happen?
    What can Nardin do to make that happen?
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  • 6. "The tallest building in the world is now in Dubai, the biggest factory in the world is in China, the largest oil refinery is in India, the largest investment fund in the world is in Abu Dhabi, the largest Ferris wheel in the world is in Singapore," notes FareedZakaria. "And ... more troublingly, [the United States is] also losing [its] key grip on indices such as patent creation, scientific creations and things like that which are really harbingers of future economic growth.
    http://www.npr.org/2011/06/30/137522219/what-does-a-post-american-world-look-like
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  • 10. Toms Story
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  • 12. IDEO Field Observation With Fresh Eyes - http://ecorner.stanford.edu/authorMaterialInfo.html?mid=2100
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  • 14. New Door
    Rearrange the letters above to form one word
    At what speed must a dog run not to hear any sound from a frying pan that is tied to its tail?
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  • 15. Routine causes of psychological inertia are;
    • Having a fixed vision (or model) of the solution or root cause.
    • 16. False assumptions (trusting the data).
    • 17. Language that is a strong carrier of psychological inertia. Specific terminology carries psychological inertia.
    • 18. Experience, expertise and reliance upon previous results.
    • 19. Limited knowledge, hidden resources or mechanisms.
    • 20. Inflexibility (model worship; trying to prove a specific theory, stubbornness).
    • 21. Using the same strategy. Keep thinking the same way and you will continue to get the same result.
    • 22. Rushing to a solution incomplete thinking.
    • 23. the 8 causes are found in TRIZICS;
    http://www.amazon.com/Trizics-yourself-impossible-technical-systematically/dp/1456319892/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1300803014&sr=1-1
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  • 25. Steps to Break Psychological Inertia
    solution finding method:
    • Setting the ground work
    • 26. Determining Goals
    • 27. Problem statement
    • 28. Solutions Example
    • 29. Scaling the solution
    • 30. Future of the solution
    • 31. Task Focus
    • 32. Follow Up
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  • 33. Steps to Break Psychological Inertia
    solution finding method:
    • Setting the ground work
    • 34. Determining Goals
    • 35. Problem statement
    • 36. Solutions Example
    • 37. Scaling the solution
    • 38. Future of the solution
    • 39. Task Focus
    • 40. Follow Up
    • 41. Belief
    • 42. Thinking and reinforcing
    • 43. Feeling
    • 44. Attitude
    • 45. Behavior of solving problems
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  • 46. the ability of your school to be competitive & survive lies in the capability of the people in your school to understand a situation and develop solutions.
    You are the benchmark;
    • Where are you now?
    • 47. Where do you want to be?
    • 48. What is the first step you can take to get there?
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  • 49. www.create-learning.com
    Hire Michael Cardus of Create-Learning Team Building & Leadership
    Making Teams & Leaders Better.
    By improving individual effectiveness and team processes. Resulting in increased productivity & people who love the work they do.
    Create-Learning's Consulting, Facilitation, Training and Coaching results in increased retention of staff, increased satisfaction with work, increased collaboration and information sharing within and between departments, increased accountability of success and failures, increased knowledge transfer, increased trust as well as speed of project completion and decision making of Leaders, Teams and Organizations.
  • 50. Image Sources in Order of appearance;
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/dbilly/3346683261/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/littlefishyjes/2678491735/
    http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/163413_479288597199_9445547199_5658562_8388607_n.jpg
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/blprnt/3257552056/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jronaldlee/4046455774/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinguino/2656304738/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/31878512@N06/
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