2012-2-27 SEEDlings with Mike Muir Part 2

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(23:50:51) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)
Evening Everyone!
(00:16:24) Cheryl
Oakes ~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):
all for our LIVE zombie show

(00:17:10) guest-2416:
Tonight SEEDLINGS is taking over, with permission
(00:22:32) guest-2416:
I love Mike’s job descriptions and job titles
(00:22:39) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)


(00:22:53) guest-2416:
Advantage 2014, Auburn Maine
(00:23:04) guest-2416:
1-1 iPad initiative in K.
(00:23:23) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
(00:23:29) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

(00:23:40) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

HI Jim
(00:23:57) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
(00:24:09) guest-2416:
Nice to have you here Jim!
(00:25:22) guest-2416:
Jim, how is the sound?
(00:25:35) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
(00:25:42) guest-2416:
(00:31:50) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

Here’s the graphhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/hackedu/Adv2014_ResearchSum120216.pdf
(00:32:42) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

(00:37:44) guest-2416:
From Gary Kidd: My district is working with iPads for
kindergarteners in one of our primary schools. We are closely following
the work in Auburn. Is there a way to get an outline of the PD for
Paradigm Shifts work?

(00:38:36) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

(00:39:37) guest-2416:
Professional Development outline for the Advantage 2014http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/professional-developmen…
(00:40:38) guest-2416:
doing one to one right!
(00:43:32) guest-2416:
Branding, social marketing need to be part of your lingo in
your schools. Mike explains how this happened in Auburn.

(00:44:08) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

We have learned so many other things by being 1:1
(00:44:42) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

Really important that it’s a team of people… Wisdom of
the crowd!

(00:45:06) guest-2416:
Yes, collaboration and sharing!
(00:51:30) guest-2416:
Information age schools must develop the talent of
everybody, not sort out the best learners. (paraphrase)

(00:52:07) guest-2416:
How can we change our structure.
(00:59:05) guest-2416:
. But it is important to keep in mind that this will
develop a teacher’s personal use skill, not their integration for
learning skill. That’s not a problem. The problem comes from thinking
that if teachers know how to use their iPad that they also know how to
leverage it for their students’ learning…

(01:01:02) guest-2416:
(01:05:48) guest-2416:
Yes, this is very transparent, all the steps you are
following and sharing.

(01:06:47) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

I hope lots of other schools take a look at this model.!
(01:08:09) guest-2416:
Maine is doing great work with customized learning.
(01:10:00) Cheryl Oakes~
SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):

A cohort of districts in Maine working on customized

(01:11:04) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

(01:11:11) Cheryl Oakes~
SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):

RISC is a project out of Alaska that is award winning.
(01:12:17) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

(01:14:02) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)

(01:14:40) Cheryl Oakes~
SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):

Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):

Jim Burke (guest-2967):

you. 🙂 Three days worth of dishes are washed and completed . . . with
interesting ideas thrown in.

Jim Burke (guest-2967):

(01:19:20) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
 Night . . . thanks again. . . good stuff!

(01:20:37) Cheryl Oakes~
SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):
Thanks to the chat

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