Presenters: Vicki Davis, Jim Swan, Dean Shareski, Carlene Walter
Ideas shared during the session:
Dean's message: Creativity
- Bad selfies and silly pictures = creativity come from being silly
- We live in a remix culture where we play with images to make powerful products
- Creativity can make us create powerful things such as posting where earthquakes happen on Twitter.
- Teachers work with scraps that others would throw out and then work with students to create something beautiful
- "Adults need to have fun so that children will want to grow up."
Carlene's message: Digital Fluency - our students need a toolkit to help them work and play
- Formative assessment
Jim's Message: 10 year report card on technology
- piloting social media
- teachers are important and they just use the tech to teach
- why isn't every day Friday?
- How do we personalize learning?
- Using tech to re-watch a lesson
- Students want to direct their own learning
- The new tech alphabet
- Learing needs to be = personalized, learner-driven, applied, cost-effective
Vicky's Message: Choose Your Habits Change Your Life
- 40% don't change habit choose them
- done manage your time you spend it how ill you spend your habits?
- most people don't know what their ideal work looks like
- create launch routines - 30-30 app to help make important things happen routinely
- miracle morning pavers - start my day right
- mud puddle principle - can share your habits
- habit stacking - add a habit that you already have
- 20 second rule - more likely to do it
- keep calms and make your bed
- every 90 minutes you need to move
- what you do during your break - take a mental break
- set alarms - a personal attitude check twice a day
- exercise - every little bit helps
- joy journal - you will be happier if you write down every day something you are joyful about
- signature strength - you will be happier if you use it every day
- reading/learning habit - read in the field that you want to be the best at
- get rid of gossip - makes you poor and makes you worse
- watch less TV
- you don't accidentally climb Mt. Everest - you choose to