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2 US Dept of Commerce ranked 55 industry sectors by their level of IT intensiveness. Education was ranked number 55, the lowest, below coal mining. Keith Krueger: CEO, Consortium for School Networking

3 Red dots indicate where taverns outnumber grocery stores:

4 Roxann Nys, CESA 7 ETS Tech Integration Specialist

5 CESA 10 High School Principals Start Your 21 st Century High School

6 Change Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher, Author To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill, Former British Prime Minister He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery. Harold Wilson, Former British Prime Minister Change before you have to. Jack Welch, Former CEO of General Electric

7 Who is Jeff Dickert Bachelors Degree – U.W.-Whitewater Education – K-8 Certified Masters Degree – U.W.-Madison Educational Administration Specialist Degree – U.W.-Madison Educational Administration Doctorate Degree – On Hold (15 credits short) Too Lazy

8 Who is Jeff Dickert An Educational Mutt that is very Street Savvy

9 Are You Ready??? Presentation based on: Readings and Presentations of Dr. Scott McLeod Readings and Presentations of Ian Jukes Readings and Presentations of William Draves 21 st Century Skills Readings and Presentations Stuff pirated off of the Internet Other stuff learned through my many travels and battles during 32 years in education A compilation of all of the above

10 Are You Ready??? Going to move very fast. Write down your questions, comments, and concerns as we move through material and will answer all at the end of the presentation.

11 Are You Ready??? Disclaimer: The views and opinions you are about to hear are those of Jeff Dickert and are not in any way associated with CESA 7, its subsidiaries, Board of Control, personnel, or properties. He is out on his own on this one!!

12 Page 12 © 2009 Razorfish. All rights reserved. 50% Of Americans Spend More Time Online Than With Any Other Media Internet

13 Page 13 © 2009 Razorfish. All rights reserved. 50% Of Americans Spend More Time Online Than With Any Other Media Internet Except At School !!!!!!

14 Social Networking 150 million people around the world are now actively using Facebook and almost half of them are using Facebook every day. This includes people in every continent—even Antarctica. If Facebook were a country, it would be the eighth most populated in the world, just ahead of Japan, Russia and Nigeria. Facebook is used in more than 35 different languages and 170 countries and territories. Source: Mark Zuckerberg, Jan 7, 2009 Twitter now has 105,779,710 registered users. New users are signing up at the rate of 300,000 per day. Source: Hoffingtonpopst.com 2010 In the month of June of 2010 – 172 Billion Texts were sent in the United States. Source: CTIA.org

15 Social Networking Does your district ban social networking sites? No ban 26% Yes, banned district-wide for students and teachers 73% Yes, banned only for students 0% Yes, banned only for certain students 0% Source: THE Journal: Transforming Education Through Technology

16 Agrarian Society

17 Industrial Society

18 Agrarian Society Industrial Society Manufacturing Society

19 Agrarian Society Industrial Society Manufacturing Society Information Society

20 Agrarian Society Industrial Society Manufacturing Society Information Society Challenged Change

21 Agrarian Society Industrial Society Manufacturing Society Information Society Challenged Change

22 Draves: Rural School Conference 2/17/11

23 Jobs 50% Farming Factory

24 Jobs 50% Factory Knowledge Source: Statistical Abstract of the U. S., 1996, National Data Book, p. 410

25 Old Order Cracks Crisis & Conflict Turning Point Old Order Declines Game Over Draves: Rural School Conference 2/17/11

26 Old Order Cracks Crisis & Conflict Turning Point Old Order Declines New Order Emerges Game Over Draves: Rural School Conference 2/17/11

27 Driving or working or shopping on Sunday Gaining money without working (Stocks; winning the lottery) Leaving home and moving more than 11 miles away Sending elderly to a retirement home Breaking an oral agreement Going outside without a hat on Immoral Draves: Rural School Conference 2/17/11

28 Outdated 20 th Century Values 7:30 am In school or at work Show up on time Time input = accomplishment Work alone, study alone Draves: Rural School Conference 2/17/11

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33 uniqueness one right answer Jeopardy Learning

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35 Growth of the creative class Florida, R. (2002). The rise of the creative class (p. 332). New York, NY: Basic Books.

36 Percentile change in importance of task type in U.S. economy Author, D., Levy, F., & Murnane, R. J. (2003). The skill content of recent technological change: An empirical exploration. Quarterly Journal of Economics 188, 4. [updated, D. Autor, 2008] Abstract Routine Manual

37 critical thinking problem solving collaboration adaptability entrepreneurialism creativity effective speaking effective writinginnovation information literacy media fluency synthesis analytical skills curiosity global awareness

38 critical thinking problem solving collaboration adaptability entrepreneurialism creativity effective speaking effective writinginnovation information literacy media fluency synthesis analytical skills curiosity global awareness

39 critical thinking problem solving collaboration adaptability entrepreneurialism creativity effective speaking effective writinginnovation information literacy media fluency synthesis analytical skills curiosity global awareness

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55 14 Years of Educational Indoctrination Stand in line Line & Staff Don’t Question Rank has its Privilege Wait Your Turn Time is Everything X X X X X X X X X X X

56 Growth of the creative class Florida, R. (2002). The rise of the creative class (p. 332). New York, NY: Basic Books.

57 The fundamental dilemma Schools were designed for this … but now are expected to do this

58 No generation in history has ever been so thoroughly prepared for the industrial age. David Warlick, Education Technology and 21st Century Learning Expert dangerouslyirrelevant.org

59 Can someone overseas do it cheaper? Can a computer do it faster?

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62 Everett Rogers Technology Adoption Lifecycle

63 Everett Rogers Change Adoption Lifecycle

64 Change Basado en Edorigami

65 Change is Here Information Society Internet Technology Advancement Pacing Social Networking Replacing workers of routine work with computers and software that can do it faster, more efficiently, and in many cases more effectively Global Economy Shifting U.S to Creative Work Replacing workers of routine work overseas 21 st Century Skills Required Less Jeopardy thinkers, more conceptual and creative thinkers

66 Toto, We are Not in Kansas Anymore Can We Agree A Change Has Taken Place!!!

67 Sharing Time With someone next to you- –List 5 things that have changed in your community in the past 10 years

68 Sharing Time With someone next to you- –List 5 things that have changed in your community in the past 10 years 1. Acceptance of Cell Phones (Bowling Alley Affect)

69 Let’s Look At Current Stats

70 1 “Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education.” State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO), Change Magazine, September/October, 2008.

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72 1 “Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education.” State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO), Change Magazine, September/October, 2008.

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87 Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education By the end of President Obama’s first term: the United States will have 3 million more jobs requiring a bachelor’s degree and not enough college graduates to fill them; ninety percent of the fastest-growing jobs, 60 percent of all new jobs, and 40 percent of manufacturing jobs will require some form of postsecondary education; and global competition will demand research and innovation on a scale that even the U.S. is not yet prepared to sustain.

88 Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education Today universities in the European Union and Asia are improving rapidly. They now provide competitive educational and research opportunities for brilliant scholars, without requiring them to travel to the U.S. Today 55 percent of young adults in the leading countries have an associate degree or higher. In almost all countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, young adults are better educated than older adults. But in the United States only 40 percent of adults aged 25 to 34 have an associate degree or higher; no improvement over the soon-to-retire baby boom generation. Other countries will almost surely continue to improve. A decade from now, unless we accelerate educational progress, the United States will be far down the list in educational attainment.

89 College Boards – 5 th Annual AP Report To The Nation With 75 percent of U.S. high school graduates entering college, the nation is steadily democratizing entrance to college. 1 But high college dropout rates and the fact that about half of all college freshmen are taking at least one remedial course show that it is not enough simply for secondary schools to help students gain admission. If the U.S. is to succeed in democratizing what really counts — successful college degree completion — the gulf between high school graduation standards and freshman college course requirements must be eliminated. Source:

90 College Boards – 5 th Annual AP Report To The Nation As the Educational Leader in your Building – You should know this stuff!!

91 College Boards – 5 th Annual AP Report To The Nation

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94 The entire report can be downloaded from: Information for Policymakers or Contact the ACT Midwest Regional Office at

95 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 95 Ready for College and Ready for Work What does it mean to be ready for college? Ability to begin college: Without need for remedial or developmental course work With a reasonable chance to be successful in entry-level credit-bearing courses (75% chance of a C or better or 50% > B)

96 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 96 ACT Tested Wisconsin Graduates – Class of 2010 Likely to Be Ready for College-Level Coursework (in percent) 75% 66% 53% 43% 60% 52% 38% 29% 31% 24% Source: ACT 2010 College Readiness Report for Wisconsin – 47,755 students from 2010 Graduating Class

97 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 97 Trends in Student Performance

98 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 98 Many could easily be in much better position! 75% 38% 44% 27% 37% 16% 18% 14% 10% 9% 60% 53%

99 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 99 ACT College Readiness Benchmarks We know what an ACT score means & We know where the thresholds for success* are located! *50% chance for a B, >75% chance for a C - 1st credit-bearing college course Algebra Biology English Soc. Science EXP-8* EXP-9* PLAN*ACT** *On course for readiness / ** College /career training Ready

100 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 100 We can still influence the pipeline! The Class of % 58% 20% 23% 74% 11% 15% 24% 55% 52% 20% of the class of 2014 would represent about 13,000 students.

101 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 101 We can still influence the pipeline! The Class of % 38% 28% 33% 81% 9% 10% 32% 23% 20% 58% 48%

102 The State of College & Career Readiness in Wisconsin 102 Preparation for Wisconsin Careers Percent of your 2010 Grads interested in high-growth careers meeting College Readiness Benchmarks

103 As Principal (School Educational Leader) Are you using Your Data? Do you study and share ACT Results? Do you study and share WKCE Results? Do you study grades given to students in comparison to standardized test results? Do you know every teacher’s grading system?????? Do you change anything because of the above 4 items??????

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111 20 th CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Pressure

112 Huge Influencers 20 th CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Pressure

113 Huge Influencers 20 th CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Pressure

114 Huge Influencers 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Pressure

115 Education in 1910’s Stimulating Environment Experts of Knowledge Socialization Vast Resources - Money and Access Sterile Environment Little Knowledge of the World Small Group Very Limited Resources – Money and Access

116 Education in 1940’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, etc. Stimulating Environment Experts of Knowledge Socialization Vast Resources - Money and Access Sterile Environment Little Knowledge of the World Small Group Very Limited Resources – Money and Access

117 Education in 2010’s Stimulating Environment Experts of Knowledge Socialization Vast Resources - Money and Access Sterile Environment Little Knowledge of the World Small Group Very Limited Resources – Money and Access

118 Education in 2010’s Stimulating Environment Experts of Knowledge Socialization Vast Resources - Money and Access Sterile Environment Little Knowledge of the World Small Group Very Limited Resources – Money and Access SWITCH

119 Education in 2010’s Stimulating Environment Experts of Knowledge Socialization Vast Resources - Money and Access Sterile Environment Little Knowledge of the World Small Group Very Limited Resources – Money and Access

120 Education in 2010’s Stimulating Environment Experts of Knowledge Socialization Vast Resources - Money and Access Sterile Environment Little Knowledge of the World Small Group Very Limited Resources – Money and Access Public Schools Not the Only Game in Town!!!!

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128 AESA National Convention Change is coming at exponential pace Leaders are: –Going 1:1 (Laptops, Ipads, Handhelds) –Solving Cell Phone, Social Network, Internet Access –Moving away from textbooks –On-line classes integrated into curriculum –Regular courses prepared for on-line delivery – no sick days, no snow days, kids have access 24/7 –Movement towards teacher as facilitator; students as cohorts Massachusetts's Model –Eliminate the Carnegie Unit –Open alternative ways to earn credit (less staff needed) School District competition will not be with each other, it will be with private business

129 Soooo…. Where Are We? Change is Here We are in an Information Society Our Schools are designed from an Agrarian Age adjusted for the Industrial Age. We are doing a fair job in educating our youth, but likely a fair job will not be good enough in Global Economy.


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