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David Warlick

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David Warlick| Steve Hargadon | Aug 21 2012

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David Warlick| Steve Hargadon | Aug 21 2012 by Steve Hargadon

1hr 1min

3 Sep 2019

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David Warlick | Steve Hargadon | Mar 22 2012

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David Warlick | Steve Hargadon | Mar 22 2012 by Steve Hargadon

56mins

19 Aug 2019

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Closing Keynote: A Gardener's Approach To Learning-David Warlick

K12 Online Conference - Video

When I left the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction in 1995, the Internet was still a wilderness for the educators who even knew that it existed. I, and others, saw ourselves as trailblazers, establishing routes and landmarks for those who followed. Then, for years, settling that wilderness became an allegory for an education institution that was, at last, starting to establish the means to move into this new environment and even beginning to expect educators to leave the established but increasingly irrelevant centuries old structures and move into a new and fertile landscape.It might be usefully to extend this story from pioneers, then settlers, and talk about learning gardeners. Our classrooms and extended learning environments have become great gardens of potential, and it has become our job to cultivate learning... To cultivate the future.

9mins

1 Nov 2010

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Telling the New Story: Leverage Points for Inspiring Change Orientation by David Warlick

K12Online08 Video Channel

It is often said that “the future is not what it use to be.” In this information-driven, technology-rich world, where jobs appear and become obsolete in only a few years, it is certainly not your father’s future any more. Retooling our classrooms into learning spaces that effectively prepare our children for a future of infinite opportunity will require a new story about teaching and learning. It must be a story that is so compelling that we forget about our childhood student experiences from decades ago and agree that a different kind of classroom, teaching, and learning experience is required and deserved by our children.

23mins

30 Oct 2008

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Telling the New Story: Leverage Points for Inspiring Change Orientation by David Warlick

K12Online08 Audio Channel

It is often said that “the future is not what it use to be.” In this information-driven, technology-rich world, where jobs appear and become obsolete in only a few years, it is certainly not your father’s future any more. Retooling our classrooms into learning spaces that effectively prepare our children for a future of infinite opportunity will require a new story about teaching and learning. It must be a story that is so compelling that we forget about our childhood student experiences from decades ago and agree that a different kind of classroom, teaching, and learning experience is required and deserved by our children.

23mins

30 Oct 2008

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Inventing the New Boundaries - David Warlick (video)

K12Online07 Video Podcasts

For decades, education has been an easy institution to define. It consisted of a set of accepted literacy skills, a definable body of knowledge, and the pedagogies for teaching those skills to willing students who were arranged in straight rows. Today, for the first time in decades (in generations of teachers), we are facing the challenge of changing our notions about teaching and learning to adapt to a rapidly changing world. We are struggling to rethink what it is to be educated, to reinvent the classroom, and redefine what it is to be a teacher and a student. There is much that has changed, and for much of it, we have responded to by attempting to ignore, filter, or to block it out. This presentation, by 30+ year educator, author, and technologist, David Warlick, will explore some of these changes and challenges and arrange them as a set of converging conditions that might just help us to redefine and retool the 21st century classroom.

1hr

15 Oct 2007

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Inventing the New Boundaries - David Warlick (audio)

K12Online07 Audio Podcasts

For decades, education has been an easy institution to define. It consisted of a set of accepted literacy skills, a definable body of knowledge, and the pedagogies for teaching those skills to willing students who were arranged in straight rows. Today, for the first time in decades (in generations of teachers), we are facing the challenge of changing our notions about teaching and learning to adapt to a rapidly changing world. We are struggling to rethink what it is to be educated, to reinvent the classroom, and redefine what it is to be a teacher and a student. There is much that has changed, and for much of it, we have responded to by attempting to ignore, filter, or to block it out. This presentation, by 30+ year educator, author, and technologist, David Warlick, will explore some of these changes and challenges and arrange them as a set of converging conditions that might just help us to redefine and retool the 21st century classroom.

44mins

8 Oct 2007

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David Warlick Talking to Teachers in New Zealand

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Sitting at home in Wales on Thursday evening at about 9.15pm I had a skype message from my pal Allanah King. Allanah is at an e-learning conference in Rotorua New Zealand, where one of their keynote speakers is David Warlick. Allanah was sitting in on David's talk on RSS, Aggregators and Social Networking here is what David had to say to his audience - until either the link or the power went from New Zealand... enjoy hopefully with David's permission - it was such a one off that I couldn't resist the opportunity to podcast this piece.

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22 Feb 2007