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TecSig2013

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Over the next 1.25 hours we will explore... Making the Case for change leadership Connected Learning Working in a participatory world Making the Case for Connected Learning Communities Building your tribe Online communities of practice Tribal leadership Transformation vs Reform Developing Collective Intelligence Join the PLP Community Hub (Then create a group for your tribe) Public Back Channel What is back channel chat?
The Medici Effect
A diverse research team discovers how to read the mind of a monkey. A chef mixes unexpected ingredients such as sea urchins and lollipops to transform the world of professional cooking. An engineer borrows from the foraging behavior of ants to work out surveillance patterns for unmanned aerial vehicles in war zones.
Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other
Starred Review. As the digital age sparks increasing debate about what new technologies and increased connectivity are doing to our brains, comes this chilling examination of what our iPods and iPads are doing to our relationships from MIT professor Turkle (Simulation and Its Discontents).
Leading for Learning: How to Transform Schools into Learning Organizations
'His ideas of standards and assessment techniques and the emphasis he places on offering excellent education to each individual child are creative and exciting'. The Business of Teaching, November 2011.
New Media Literacies
The white paper Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century (Jenkins et al., 2006) identifies the kinds of participatory practices youth are engaged in today, and draws up a provisionary list of the skills these practices demonstrate.
Teacherpreneurs: Innovative Teachers Who Lead But Don't Leave
Teacherpreneurs makes a simple, well-grounded claim: For the students of today and tomorrow to meet 21st-century learning standards, teachers must be transformative leaders. We need a bold new brand of teacher leadership that will create opportunities for teachers to cultivate and share their knowledge and expertise.
New Media Literacies
The white paper Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century (Jenkins et al., 2006) identifies the kinds of participatory practices youth are engaged in today, and draws up a provisionary list of the skills these practices demonstrate.
Forum: Professional Learning
Key Questions Right Now: What steps should every educator consider taking to become more connected, and what are the key resources that can help? The Big Picture: The traditional model of professional development is based on the educational organization identifying and offering professional development opportunities.
CyberWise
CyberWise helps parents, educators (& kids) learn and use new media to invigorate education. An explosion of digital devices and platforms has created a seismic shift in how we learn, play and communicate with one another. While
The Authors
Dave Logan (video) is co-founder and senior partner of CultureSync, a management consulting firm specializing in cultural change, strategy, and negotiation. CultureSync's clients include Intel, Colliers International, American Express, Prudential, and Health Net. Dave is also a professor at the Marshall School of Business at USC.