Student 2.0… Can You Hear Me Now? Engaging 21 st Century Students. Lisa Nimz, Skokie School District 68 Jerry Michel, Lincolnwood School District 74. “You don’t have any right to read my Facebook page! That’s like invading my privacy!” - Eighth Grader, (Ironically) Anonymous.
Lisa Nimz, Skokie School District 68
Jerry Michel, Lincolnwood School District 74
“You don’t have any right to read my Facebook page! That’s like invading my privacy!”
-Eighth Grader, (Ironically) Anonymous
-Paul R. La Monica, CNNMoney.com editor, when harassed (over the phone) by a relative about not being on Facebook
Unlike oral, “living” speech, Socrates saw the inflexible muteness of written language to be the doom of the dialogic process, the heart of education.
-Maryanne Wolf, in Proust and the Squid
Google has given us the world at our fingertips, but speed and ubiquity are the not the same as actually knowing something.
-Peter Cookson, board member of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills
“We are not only and ubiquity are the not the same as actually what we read; we are how we read.”
-Maryanne Wolf, author, Proust and the Squid
Our ability to interpret text, to make the rich mental connections that form when we read deeply and without distraction, remains largely disengaged.
-Nicholas Carr, author ofThe Big Switch, Rewiring the World from Edison to Google
2001: Sorcerer’s Stone
2010: Half Blood Prince
If we are to learn along side our students, we must learn to use duct tape wisely
“I advise my students to listen carefully the moment they decide to take no more mathematics courses. They might be able to hear the sound of closing doors.”
-James Caballero, CAIP Quarterly