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Title: Engaging, Empowering, Educating and Preparing all students for the 21st Century.


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Engaging, Empowering, Educating and Preparing
all students for the 21st Century.
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What is holding back the transformation of
education?
"The legacy of the one room school house is
holding back the potential of the one-world
classroom
Reference Report of the Web-Based Education
Commission to the President and the US Congress
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They said it.
"The U.S. Classroom is a 150 year-old,
relatively low-cost technology, worn out by
changed conditions for meeting these
requirements." -- The Power of Internet
Learning, A Report of the Web-Based Education
Commission to the President and the US Congress.
Educators, policymakers and business leaders
need to embrace a vision that embeds 21st century
skills into every aspect of education. ---
Source Partnership of 21st Century Skills Dept.
of US Education
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Project Light Speed
They said it.
Alvin Tofler Author and Futurist We are living
through the deepest upheaval in the world
knowledge system since our species started to
think. Until we digest that point our best laid
plans in the future will misfire. The
illiterate of the 21st century will not be those
that not read and write but those who can not
learn and unlearn. -----Alvin Toffler is a
writer and futurist known for his works
discussing the digital revolution, and is a
former associate editor of Fortune magazine.
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Project Light Speed
They said it.
Marc Prensky Thought Leader in EducationMasters
in Teaching, Yale / MBA Harvard
University Todays learners are not the ones
our systems (and teachers) were designed and
trained to teach.For the first time in
history, learners are no longer limited by their
teachers ability and knowledge. Learners are
looking for 21st century skills and knowledge and
our teachers dont have them. -----Marc
Prensky is an internationally acclaimed speaker,
writer, consultant, and designer in the critical
areas of education and learning. He is a former
high school teacher.
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Project Light Speed
They said it.
Bill Gates Microsoft Founder "What good is it
for kids to graduate in 2006 from a school system
that was designed for 1956?" ----- Bill Gates is
determined to use his fortune to change the
crisis in American schools.
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They said it.
Dr. Larry Smarr Director, California Institute
for Telecommunications and Information
Technology UCSD Education must move toward
real-time. Kids don't understand sitting in
classrooms, looking at books written 20 years
ago." ----- Dr. Smarr is a pioneer in
prototyping a national information infrastructure
to support academic research, governmental
functions, and industrial competitiveness.
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They said it.
At Philly 'Future' School, Books Are So 20th
Century
Shirley Grover, Principal, aka Chief
LearnerFormer Principal, Philadelphia's High
School of the Future While the school of the
futures environment is continuous, relevant, and
adaptive, relevant is the real linchpin. Many
teachers bristle when students ask them the
time-honored question, Why do we need to know
this? But from her point of view, if a teacher
can't answer that question the lesson plan is
underdeveloped.
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Project Light Speed
They said it.
Michal Furdyk Founder of Taking IT Global "Why
is the educational system failing? Lack of
engaging, relevant content and context. -----Mic
hael Furdyk is a consultant and speaker. He is
passionate about helping to raise awareness of
how organizations can engage and motivate the
next generation of students, employees, and
entrepreneurs.
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Robert Tapscott, Author, Futurist. The Net
Geners The first global generation and smartest
ever. Empowered young people are beginning to
transform every institution of modern life. The
average 20 year old has spent 20,000 hours on the
internet and 10,000 hours playing video
games. The problem is not the net generation but
befuddled baby-boomers, that are clueless about
the revolutionary changes taking place among the
young.
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Best Practices Asia Tour
  • Tokyo
  • Seoul
  • Beijing
  • Hong Kong
  • Shanghai
  • Singapore
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Incheon

5 Countries, 8 Cities, 38 Buildings 2 schools.
China is the most vibrant place on the
planet. more urgency, more speed.
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China is not content to serve as factory to the
globe. A dynamic business savvy and digitally
literate generation is poised to redefine China.
A country where everything is happening at warp
speed, there is a sense of urgency - waiting
around isn't an option.
I told our kids, you are not competing with the
student down the hall, the street or across the
country.
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A Love For Learning
AmericanSchool Asian Harvard
18 Columbia 25 UC Berkley
42 Stanford 25
American Asians make up 4 of the US population
and 20 of the Ivy League.
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Mandarin Chinese The 1 Language In the World
  • Language Total / Million
  • Mandarin Chinese 875 MM
  • Hindi (India) 366 MM
  • English 341 MM
  • Spanish 325 MM
  • Bengali 207 MM

What language is your child learning?
Mandarin Chinese is already the most popular
first language on the planet, beating out English
by 500 million speakers.and is now being taught
in San Diego Public Schools
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The worker of the future.
That will be able to compete in a connected
world.
is a passionate lifelong learner!
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When everything is connected!
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Point Loma High School Web Site Stats
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Do students have 21st Century skills?
Skill Important Doing Well
Computer and tech skills - Digital Literacy 87 48
Reading comprehension 85 22
Critical thinking and problem solving 80 18
Written communications 78 17
Oral communications 77 16
Ethics and social responsibility 75 15
Creativity and innovation 73 19
Teamwork and collaboration 73 20
Life-long learning and self-direction 72 12
Media literacy 67 15
Mathematics 66 26
Global awareness 66 13
Leadership 66 17
Science 62 20
Source - Partnership For 21st Century Skills
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Project Light Speed
Why Do We Need Innovation In Education?
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Whenever I go to school I have to power down
a High School Student
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Kids view school as a Qantas Flight.
  • Sit down
  • Face forward
  • Strap yourself in
  • Turn off your electronic devices
  • and be bored for several hours. If you are lucky
    the trip will be relevant, if not you can resume
    your life in 4 or 5 hours.

Reference Stephanie Powers, Apple/Director of
Mobile Learning
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Project Light Speed
Reading Rank Math Rank Science Rank
Finland 1 Hong Kong 1 Finland 1 South
Korea 2 Finland 1 Japan 1 Canada 2 South
Korea 1 Hong Kong 2 Australia 3 Netherlands 2 Sout
h Korea 2 Liechtenstein 2 Liechtenstein 2 iechtens
tein 5 New Zealand 4 Japan 3 Australia 5 Ireland 6
Canada 5 Macao (China) 5 Sweden 7 Belgium 5 Nethe
rlands 5 Netherlands 7 Macao (China) 6 Czech
Republic 5 Hong Kong 7 Switzerland 6 New
Zealand 6 Belgium 9 Australia 9 Canada 8 Norway 11
New Zealand 9 Switzerland 10 Switzerland 12 Czech
Republic 12 France 12 Japan 12 Iceland 13 Belgium
12 Macao (China) 12 Denmark 13 Sweden 13 Poland 1
2 France 14 Ireland 13 France 12 Sweden 15 Hungary
14 United States 12 Austria 16 Germany 14 Denmark
15 Germany 17 Poland 17 Iceland 17 Ireland 17 Slo
vak Rep 18 Germany 15 Slovak Rep 19 Iceland 19 Aus
tria 14 Norway 21 United States 20 Latvia 14 Luxem
bourg 22 Austria 19 Czech Rep 17 Poland 22 Russian
Fed 20 Hungary 24 Hungary 22 Latvia 20 Spain 24 S
pain 25 Spain 22 Luxembourg 25 Latvia 25 Italy 22
Portugal 25 United States 25 Norway 24 Italy 26 Ru
ssian Fed 29 Luxembourg 26 Greece 27 Portugal 29 G
reece 25 Slovak Rep 29 Italy 29 Denmark 30 Russia
n Fed 32 Greece 32 Portugal 31 Turkey 32 Serbia 32
Uruguay 33 Uruguay 33 Turkey 33 Serbia 33 Thailan
d 35 Uruguay 34 Turkey 33 Serbia 35 Thailand 34 Th
ailand 34 Brazil 36 Mexico 37 Mexico 37 Mexico 37
Indonesia 38 Indonesia 38 Indonesia 39 Tunisia 38
Brazil 38 Tunisia 39 Brazil 38 Tunisia 39
America is Flunking!!
International Comparison - 250,000 Students
Tested (2003) Math, Reading Science - 41
Countries 15 Year Most Industrialized Countries
(Britain Not Available
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Project Light Speed
And Dropping Out!
  • 30 of High School students dropout- one every
    26 seconds.
  • 50 of Latinos and African Americans
  • 68 of 4th graders perform at below proficiency
    levels for their grade.
  • 50 of High School Graduates not prepared for
    college
  • Despite reforms, numbers remain
    unchanged for over 2 decades
  • Kids are bored (1 reason for dropping out)
  • Old delivery, dated content/irrelevant content.

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Why do kids dropping out?
  • 47 say class not interesting
  • 69 say they were not motivated
  • 38 said too much freedom
  • 81 want opportunity for real world
  • experience.
  • Over 80 have passing grades when
  • they drop out.

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It Pays To Be A College Graduate!
Unemployment Rates Overall High School Graduates
(17) College Graduates (6.1) High School
Graduates By EthnicityAfrican American
(35) Hispanic (24.8) Whites (14.9) College
Students By Ethnicity African American
(10.5) Hispanic and (5.9) White (5.7) Asian
(4.6)
Reference Link Reference Link
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Old Delivery Answers/Factoids New Delivery
Questions/Critical Thinking
Text message Google at 46645. Question 1 -
Population of China? Question 2 - Square root of
1064? Question 3 - How many kilobytes in a
megabyte?
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The Power of a Connected World!
Encyclopedia Britannica
Wikipedia
  • Dated the day printed
  • One dimensional
  • Not collaborative
  • 75,000 active contributors
  • 5,300,000 articles
  • more than 100 languages
  • 5 full time employees

Wikipedia is 10x bigger than Britannica and
roughly the same accuracy and it is
collaborative!
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  • Michael Lesk
  • Thought Leader in EducationComputer Scientist
    ,US National Science Center, and Rutgers
    Professor
  • We can store everything digitally
  • A person remembers about 187 Kilobytes (KB) per
    person. (a 10 memory stick)
  • In 70 years of life, we are exposed to about 6
    Gigabytes (GB) of information. (a 40 memory
    stick)
  • There is 10x more data on earth than in the
    minds of the worlds population.
  • Information has a short shelve life knowledge
    and critical thinking are the key.

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  • Real Knowledge in the Google Era
  •  
  • America's bloated textbooks gallop students
    through mind-numbing topics
  • Student will need portable skills"--critical
    thinking, making connections between ideas and
    knowing how to keep on learning.
  •  
  •  
  • What It Means to Be a Global Student
  •  
  • Jobs in the new economy - ones that won't get
    outsourced or automated put an enormous premium
    on creative and innovative skills.  
  •  
  • Learning 2.0 and New Kind of Literacy
  •  
  • Only 50 of High School Seniors could judge the
    objectivity of a website - few know the federal
    deficit could describe a debit or credit.

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Digital Immigrants(Us)
Digital Natives(Our Kids)
Physical World
Physical / Virtual World Same
Conventional Speed
Twitch Speed
Step-by-Step
Random Access
Linear Processing
Parallel Processing
Conventional Speed
Text First
Graphics First
Work-Oriented
Play Oriented
Stand-Alone
Connected
The conflict.can we adjust?
Source Marc Prensky
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The Transition To Student Centric Learning
Old Delivery Teacher Centric Having To
Learn! 4 Corners of Classroom Student
Rigor Students Bored Teachers Teaching
Teachers is Sage on Stage Teachers Lecture
Step by Step Linear Processing Book Based
Curriculum Static / Stand Alone / Manual
Assessment Books Text First Knowing
Answer Memorization 1 Dimensional - Text
Digital Age Skills Not Required For Teachers
New Delivery - Student Centric Wanting To Learn!
4 Corners of the World Student Engagement
Students Excited Students Learning Teacher is
Guide on Side Teachers Listen Random Access
Parallel Processing Web Based Curriculum
Connected / Real Time / Automated
Assessment Personal Learning Devices (1 to
1) Graphics First Knowing Question - Critical
Thinking 4 Dimensional - Audio, Video,
Interactive, Linked Digital Age Skills Required
For Teachers / Admin.
Conventional Speed
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Old (20th Century) Delivery 785 Per Student Per
Year
New (21st Century) Delivery 533 Per Student Per
Year
  • Old Books
  • One Off Lesson Plans
  • Static Content
  • Not Scalable
  • Manual Assessment
  • Static Content
  • Lectures
  • Inefficient Delivery
  • Students - No Laptop
  • Students - No Internet
  • Teacher Sage on Stage
  • Real time Online Curriculum
  • Scaled Lesson Plans
  • Dynamic Content
  • Scalable
  • Automated Assessment
  • Dynamic Content
  • Podcasts
  • Efficient Delivery
  • Students Laptop
  • Students - Internet
  • Teacher Guide on Side
  • Delivery Tools
  • - Applications
  • Broadband
  • Curriculum (web)
  • Devices (laptop)
  • Education

Delivery Tools - Books
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Transforming the 150 year old delivery
system Enablers and Barriers to change.
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Reforming to Transforming education.
Project Light SpeedDigital age reform that will
transform education and engage students. Vision
Create a community of passionate lifelong
learners. Mission Engage, Empower, Educate
and Prepare ALL students for the 21st Century and
global economy. Values Foster an engaging
learning experience to meet the diverse needs of
all students.
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Clayton Christensen is a Professor of Business
Administration Harvard University
Read this book!
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Read these books!
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The Transition To Student Centric Learning
Early Stage Transition Stage 21st Century 21st Century
Title Traditional(Teacher Centric) Supplemental(Teacher Centric) (a) Facilitator(Student Centric) (b) Distance Learning(Student Centric)
Description Traditional instruction and delivery. Digital inequity amongst students. Traditional instruction and delivery. Digital inequity amongst students. Curriculum Assessment (CA) web based. Traditional teacher transitions to facilitator. Students access anywhere. Digital equity for all students. Curriculum Assessment (CA) web based. No physical teacher in this model. Students access anywhere. Digital equity for all students.
Digital Component Learn applications and use internet for research. Online content used as supplement to traditional delivery. Curriculum and assessment online. Curriculum and assessment online.
Needs Books , paper, pencils Integrate internet / labs A thru E A thru E
Outcomes Rarely use 21st Century tools. Content dated, students disengaged. Pencil /paper based Assessment manual and lags. Teachers spend 50 of time inventing lessons manually correct student work. More than 50 of teachers students use 21st Century tools.  Difficult to integrate - still a scavenger hunt for teachers who must invent curriculum and manually assess. Full integration of 21st Century learning skills  tools. CA student centric and real time. Empowers, engages student. Teacher has more time - may change ratios. Total Delivery Costs (TDC) may be reduced. Full integration of 21st Century learning skills  tools. CA student centric and real time. Empowers, engages student. Total Delivery Costs (TDC) may be reduced.
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Old Delivery Teacher Centric
  • Current Classrooms -- Teacher Centric
  • Standardization, which replaced personalization
    as public school enrollment rose in the late
    1800s, still dictates the way subjects are
    taught.
  • A teacher rules the classroom roost, using a
    prescribed approach to teach a generic curriculum
    to everyone in the classroom at the same time.

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Old Delivery Teacher Centric
  • Current Classrooms -- Teacher Centric
  • Technology used as supplement is not
    transformative .

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New Delivery Student Centric
  • Future Classrooms -- Student Centric
  • Utilizes the teacher as mentor, problem solver,
    and support person.
  • Focus for this "floating" teacher is on serving
    individual students who are learning at their own
    pace.
  • Shift not easy, but rewarding.

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Student Centric Learning
5th Grade Math Class - Dana Middle School
  • Web enabled curriculum assessment
  • No text books / Teacher Facilitator
  • Every student has a laptop
  • Real time results for students / teachers
  • Paced and Personalized
  • Interactive, bilingual

Credit Recovery Point Loma High School
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Student Centric Learning
  • Future Classrooms -- Student Centric
  • University of California Berkley created its
    own You Tube channel
  • Uses You Tube for lectures
  • Point Loma High School Podcasts

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Project Light Speed Initiatives That Helped
Create a Digital Age Culture
Digital ClassroomsLCD Projector, Laptop
Internet for every classroom. Digital
LockersWeb based storage for all students access
from anywhere. School Web SitesReal time
communication, teachers posting homework ,
podcasting.
Parent ConnectionOnline access to check student
grades, homework and information. Online
TutoringFreeStudents connect to a live online
tutor for real time help. Librarys to
ibrarys Convergence of text and digital
information literacy.
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  • Tutor is in India
  • Unlimited 75 per month
  • Tutors have Masters or above
  • 10 years of experience

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A thru EThe Digital Toolkit That Enables 21st
Century Learning
Applications Rich applications to enhance
learning. Broadband High speed internet to
every student home. Solve the digital
divide! Curriculum Web based curriculum and
assessment real time , hyperlinked, student
centric and personalized. Devices A laptop for
every student. Education Retrain and retool
teachers, parents and community.
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A thru Ethe digital toolkit for transformation
Applications for all students
  • Microsoft
  • Open Office
  • Google
  • PC and Web Based
  • Every student

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A thru Ethe digital toolkit for transformation
Broadband.. to every students home now!!
US falling way behind!
Schools pay for lunch to feed the belly.
But dont pay for broadband to feed the mind.
Seoul South Korea, 10 times faster for 7 per
month
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A thru Ethe digital toolkit for transformation
Curriculum. Web enabled curriculum assessment
We must deliver engaging, relevant content
and context
Book Based Passive Meager Representation Expensive
Dated / Not Relevant Standardized / Teacher
Centric Manuel Assessment
Web Based Interactive Content Unlimited Inexpensiv
e Real Time / Relevant Personalized / Student
CentricAutomated Assessment
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A thru Ethe digital toolkit for transformation
Devicesfrom books to personal learning
devices..
BooksConnected to the cover Content
Limited Text Static / Dated Passive Manuel
Assessment
Personal Learning Device Connected to the
world Content Unlimited Text, Multimedia Real
Time InteractiveAutomated Assessment
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A thru Ethe digital toolkit for transformation
Education....training for teachers and engaging
community
We have to retool, retrain and support everyone!
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Thank you all for your time, commitment, passion
and energy that is devoted to educating our
students!
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  • Opportunity to reinvent education in a way that
    will engage, empower and educate all students.
  • Obligation to help students find their passion
    and to help develop passionate life long learners
  • Wanting to learn not having to learn
  • Relevant, Engaging Content and Context
  • The Element the things you love to do and the
    things you are good at.
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