6 August #3: Mind-Shift Culture-Shift (by Cheryl Lemke)
- Website for resources (for slides and useful links)
- Keynote: Presentation slides
- Spotlight session: The Differentiators
Some points gathered...
- to create: The act of bringing something into existence that is genuinely new and original, whether personally (original only to the individual) or culturally (where the work adds significantly to a domain of culture as recognized by experts)
- to innovate: to create ripples of change across your institution.
7 Windows of Opportunities... (Peter Drucker)
- Unexpected occurrences
- Need for efficiencies
- Industry/market changes
- Demographic shifts
- Changes in perception
- New knowledge
7 Key Design Elements to drive mind shifts and culture shifts
- Shared, Collaborative Vision for Student Learning
- The Flow (Mihály Csíkszentmihályi (1996))
- Adolescent Learning 2.0
(2) Webbed Learning 24/7
- 3 Perspectives on Learning: Acquisition (at individual level), Participation (in group, community, network, culture), Knowledge Creation (the innovative knowledge community)
- Democratization of Knowledge (TED, Bolinsky 2007)
- Harvard Biovisions: Cell Animation
(3) Clusters of Innovation
- Classroom Structures That Engage
(4) Dynamism & Churn
- Dynamism: (from Dictionary.com)
1. any of various theories or philosophical systems that seek to explain phenomena of nature by the action of force.
2. great energy, force, or power; vigor: the dynamism of the new governor.
3. Psychology. a habitual mode of reducing or eliminating tension.
- Beware: Square pegs in round holes
- Break down silos
- Communities of Practice
(5) Infrastructure, Technology & Web 2.0
(6) Assessment for Growth
- Informative Assessments: Students as full partners, Low stakes, Intended to reveal gaps, Differentiated Solutions
(7) Sheet Music for Improvisation (Scaling)