This post is really just a jotting down from the panel. I’ve missed stuff, reworded some and added my own spin to a lot. Imagine dot points – it’ll make it hurt less. Take it as you will. I’ll be fixing it up some time in the future. Maybe.
PD in the morning. Great idea. Always exhausted by the end of the day. My takeaway… are we starting at 4 in the morning?
Yammer for public conversations about what’s going on in your classroom. If you want to really go public, how about blogging, twitter, youtube? I think they’re all great ideas with some great (and scary) implications for our learning, as well as our kids learning.
Use online modules ifor stuff that doesn’t
Stop spending so much time quantifying everything – it takes way too much time and effort. Focus on what you need to do well and do that. Stuff the quantification.
Have a purpose (the why?) and keep bringing it back to that. The purpose of hte whyu is to centre that.
I want to visit Ormiston College. Tamara Sullivan, Dean of E-Learning,
Getting going effectively
1. There’s something that everyone wants to try, but you don’t have to if you don’t want to.
2. those who don’t want to do aren’t allowed to stop those of use who do want to do it from doing it.
Kids voice being heard in decision making
MOOC: New school creation (had students on the panels)
MOOC: How to teach us (by students) – already joined
What would you encourage people to not do:
“I come from a family of shepherds, I lead from behind”. Try to lead from behind. Don’t just walk into a staffroom and say “This is what we’re doing… suck it up!”