Beyond The Web 2.0 Hype

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Keynote given at RCAC Symposium in London, Ontario Canada

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  • 1. Beyond the Web 2.0 Hype: Focusing on What Really Matters
    David Jakes
  • 2. Today
    jakes.editme.com
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  • 11. Jakes ROCKS! The best teacher at North and probably in Illinois!
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  • 15. Facebook: 200 million/2.6 billion
    Blogs: 133/346 million
    Twitter: 1.1 Billion/3 million/50,000
    Flickr: 4.17 Billion
    Wikipedia: 10 million articles
    YouTube: 100 million videos, 1 million dollars a day, 4 years of content in a single day
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  • 16. Everything.
  • 17. What does it mean to be well-educatedin the 21stCentury?
  • 18. What will be possible for this child?
    Image from Flickr: aaronfreimark
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  • 21. Data from http://www.kzero.co.uk click
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  • 27. Urbanspoon Scope iPhone Augmented Reality
    From the NY Times
  • 28. Wikitude
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  • 31. These technologies are disruptive
  • 32. Businesses are asking: how do we monetize this?
    Youth are asking: how do we hang out here?
    Nonprofits are asking: how do we use this for social change?
    Politicians are asking: how do we get elected with this?
    Educatorsare asking: how do we teach with this?
    Adapted from Emergent by Design
  • 33. Everyone has their ideas
  • 34. NET-S, T, and A
    Partnership for 21st Century Skills
    Horizon Report
    School 2.0
    KnowledgeWorks 2020 Forecast
    ACOT-Today
    CoSN
    NSTA
    NSF
    NCTE
    MIT New Media
    click
  • 35. Web 2.0
    School 2.0
    Library 2.0
    Student 2.0
    Teaching 2.0
    21st Century Skills
    21st Century Literacy
    21st Century Fluency
  • 36. Students: 1.0? 2.0? What do you think?
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    • What do these kids know?
    • 39. Have you talked with them?
    • 40. Friendship-Driven
    • 41. Interest-Driven
    How do we remain relevant?
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  • 43. Do we a gap to negotiate?
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  • 45. Glenbrook South High School Building Goal 2
    Incorporate new and evolving technologies that support the development of literacy.
  • 46. Are there new literacies?
  • 47. Do you see the Internet (and Web 2.0) as a context in which to read, write, and communicate?
    Leu et. al 2009
    Being literate in a real-world sense means being able to read and write using the media forms of the day, whatever they may be Jason Ohler
  • 48. A question
    Given those core skills, what attributes run horizontally across all core skills?
  • 49. Goal 2: Incorporate new and evolving technologies that support the development of literacy.
    Adapted from the Science Leadership Academy Philadelphia, PA
    used with permission
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  • 51. Communication
  • 52. Communication
    Critical Thinking
  • 53. Communication
    Critical Thinking
    Collaboration
  • 54. Communication
    Critical Thinking
    Collaboration
    Creativity
  • 55. Communication
    Critical Thinking
    Collaboration
    Creativity
    Citizenship
  • 56. Goal 2: Incorporate new and evolving technologies that support the development of literacy.
    Intellectual curiosity, adaptability
    Adapted from the Science Leadership Academy Philadelphia, PA
    used with permission
  • 57. How do we rethink the dimensions of schools?
  • 58. How do we rethink the dimensions of learning spaces?
  • 59. Digital Space
    synchronous
    formal
    Physical Space
    (Classroom)
    Learning Space
    informal
    Core Skills
    Physical Space (Classroom)
    asynchronous
    New Context
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  • 75. Course
    Learning Space
    (Moodle)
    Student
    Learning Space
    (Google Apps)
  • 76. AP Biology
  • 77. Japanese Metacourse