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Digital Innovation and Transformation in School Libraries, Public Libraries and Classrooms . Janice Mertes, Digital Learning Consultant, DPI janice.mertes@dpi.wi.gov @ WisDPITech @ WiDPIwcdlm Nancy Anderson, School Library Consultant, DPI nancy.anderson@dpi.wi.gov @ DPIWiscIMT - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>Maker Spaces</p> <p>Digital Innovation and Transformation in School Libraries, Public Libraries and Classrooms </p> <p>Janice Mertes, Digital Learning Consultant, DPI janice.mertes@dpi.wi.gov @WisDPITech @WiDPIwcdlm</p> <p>Nancy Anderson, School Library Consultant, DPI nancy.anderson@dpi.wi.gov @DPIWiscIMT</p> <p>Tessa Schmidt, Public Library Youth and Special Services Consultant, DPI tessa.schmidt@dpi.wi.gov</p> <p>3</p> <p>Standards &amp; InstructionWhat and how should kids learn?Innovation LearningHow are digital technologies integrated into learning?Assessments and Data SystemsHow do we know if they learned it?School and Educator EffectivenessHow do we ensure that students have highly effective teachers and schools?School Finance ReformHow should we pay for schools?</p> <p>Wisconsin State Superintendent Tony Evers: Agenda 2017State Superintendent Tony Evers established Agenda 2017: Every Child a Graduate. Agenda 2017 serves as a vision for our work with Wisconsins Students.</p> <p>Agenda 2017 becomes a reality through work in four areas of concentration: 1. Standards and Instruction2. Assessments and Data Systems3. School and Educator Effectiveness4. School Finance Reform</p> <p>Our work today focuses heavily on standards and instruction.4</p> <p> By 2017, we need to reach target goals that prepare our students for success in further education and career:Further increase graduation rate from 85.7 percent to 92 percent.Increase career and college readiness from 32 percent to 67 percent.Close graduation and career and college readiness gaps by 50 percent.Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient in third-grade reading and eighth-grade mathematics.Adopt the Fair Funding for Our Future plan to make school finance more equitable and transparent </p> <p>Wisconsin State Superintendent Tony Evers: Agenda 2017State Superintendent Tony Evers established Agenda 2017: Every Child a Graduate. Agenda 2017 serves as a vision for our work with Wisconsins Students.</p> <p>Agenda 2017 becomes a reality through work in four areas of concentration: 1. Standards and Instruction2. Assessments and Data Systems3. School and Educator Effectiveness4. School Finance Reform</p> <p>Our work today focuses heavily on standards and instruction.5</p> <p>State Superintendent's Digital Learning Advisory Council (DLAC)Develop a comprehensive strategy for digital learning in WisconsinProvide recommendations to the State Superintendent on initiatives that promote and advance digital learning.Use technology to enhance and improve student learningCreate opportunities for personalized learningCreate news ways of teaching and opportunities to leverage technologyAlign learning resources and teaching opportunities to meet academic standards so every child is career and college ready </p> <p> How can learning be transformed by digital, collaboration opportunities and extreme space makeovers? Learn about the new models of makerspaces, sandboxes, classroom arrangements, virtual learning commons, media hives and collaboration centers. Ideas will be shared from various DPI partnerships, grant programs and emerging research to help schools address the needs of digital learning.</p> <p>What is the focus today?How can learning be transformed?</p> <p>What models are out there?</p> <p>Who are the partners?</p> <p>What research supports this?</p> <p>Digital Innovation and Transformation in School Libraries, Public Libraries and Classrooms We will have a dialogue about this.7</p> <p>Project New Media Literacies principles Heightened motivationRelevant learningOpportunities to createCo-configure expertiseIntegrated system</p> <p>Participatory Learning is 21st Century LearningJames Gee callse them affinity spaces communities formed around passions and shared interests. Tinkering, collaborative learning, conversations for learning, intergenerational learning, experimentation, inquiry, the act of creation and problem solving are the tip of the iceberg.Heightened motivation - meaningful play, experimentationRelevant learning - students identities and interestsOpportunities to create - using media, tools and practicesCo-configure expertise - educators and students share in teaching and learningIntegrated systemconnections between home, school, community and world are enabled and encouraged</p> <p>9</p> <p>10 Makerspaces are collaborative learning environments where people come together to share materials and learn new skills makerspaces are not necessarily born out of a specific set of materials or spaces, but rather a mindset of community partnership, collaboration, and creation.</p> <p> The Library as Incubator Project</p> <p>Definition of Makerspacesand beyond</p> <p>Activities The WhatEnvironments Where are the activities taking place?Interactions With whomObject Whats being usedUsers Who</p> <p>AEIOU Design FrameworkWhat what happens thereEnvironments noise level, lighting, space capacityInteractions Who are they interfacing withInstructionalSocialCollaborationAre they physically there or digitalObjectUsers Extraverts and introverts</p> <p>13</p> <p> KNOW YOUR SPACE DO A PREVIEW RUNVERIFY SKILL LEVELS BE FLEXIBLE REACH OUT FOR HELP DOING BRINGS DOUBTERS ON BOARDITS THE EXPERIENCE, NOT THE OBJECT</p> <p>Framework for Transformation</p> <p>Design &amp; Space Transformation are Constant Works in ProgressStanford Design Institute</p> <p>http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/03/the-7-transformational-concepts-in-21st.html18</p> <p>Learning is the GoalTechnology is the supplement to the how of learning to improve student outcomes18</p> <p>In order for every child to truly be a graduate, college and career ready, preparation begins even before the start of school. It is within those early years that students begin to learn what it means to be college and career ready. In doing so, students in Wisconsin can demonstrate independence. They are able to build strong content and knowledge. They can respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. Students in Wisconsin learn how to comprehend as well as critique. They value evidence and can use technology and digital media strategically and capable and come to understand other perspectives and cultures. 19</p> <p>The How of Achieving the Core</p> <p>19</p> <p>Students are curators, communicators and creators of authentic learning..pick the tools to achieve these goals In order for every child to truly be a graduate, college and career ready, preparation begins even before the start of school. It is within those early years that students begin to learn what it means to be college and career ready. In doing so, students in Wisconsin can demonstrate independence. They are able to build strong content and knowledge. They can respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. Students in Wisconsin learn how to comprehend as well as critique. They value evidence and can use technology and digital media strategically and capable and come to understand other perspectives and cultures. 20</p> <p>WI Characteristics of Mathematically Proficient Students20</p> <p>In order for every child to truly be a graduate, college and career ready, preparation begins even before the start of school. It is within those early years that students begin to learn what it means to be college and career ready. In doing so, students in Wisconsin can demonstrate independence. They are able to build strong content and knowledge. They can respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. Students in Wisconsin learn how to comprehend as well as critique. They value evidence and can use technology and digital media strategically and capable and come to understand other perspectives and cultures. 21</p> <p>WI Portrait of a Literate Student</p> <p>21In order for every child to truly be a graduate, college and career ready, preparation begins even before the start of school. It is within those early years that students begin to learn what it means to be college and career ready. In doing so, students in Wisconsin can demonstrate independence. They are able to build strong content and knowledge. They can respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. Students in Wisconsin learn how to comprehend as well as critique. They value evidence and can use technology and digital media strategically and capable and come to understand other perspectives and cultures. 22</p> <p>22</p> <p>In order for every child to truly be a graduate, college and career ready, preparation begins even before the start of school. It is within those early years that students begin to learn what it means to be college and career ready. In doing so, students in Wisconsin can demonstrate independence. They are able to build strong content and knowledge. They can respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. Students in Wisconsin learn how to comprehend as well as critique. They value evidence and can use technology and digital media strategically and capable and come to understand other perspectives and cultures. http://makerspace.com/</p> <p>What is a Makerspace24</p> <p>24</p> <p>In order for every child to truly be a graduate, college and career ready, preparation begins even before the start of school. It is within those early years that students begin to learn what it means to be college and career ready. In doing so, students in Wisconsin can demonstrate independence. They are able to build strong content and knowledge. They can respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. Students in Wisconsin learn how to comprehend as well as critique. They value evidence and can use technology and digital media strategically and capable and come to understand other perspectives and cultures. </p> <p>Started in 2000 with an NSF grant, the Tinkering Studio is an interactive space at the Exploratorium that allows visitors to interact with electronics and traditional craft and craft-making techniques -- from building simple circuits and robots, to learning the concepts of balance and leverage, to orchestrating lengthy marble runs.</p> <p>Loveland Public Library iCreate lab. Their technology area also includes iLearn and iExplore labs.</p> <p>Oak ParkOak Park Public Libraryhttp://www.sector67.org/index.php</p> <p>Mudd Center Academic Commons Oberlin College</p> <p>Computer lab make over 2.0 </p> <p>Detroit Public Library</p> <p>University of Mary Washington</p> <p>Build a Sandbox: Reconfiguring the learning spaces + accessible tech = a new way of learning &amp; sharing. CCSS offers new design &amp; learning to allow for interaction, publication and learning that is not device dependent</p> <p>Harvard Labrarya temporary pop-up space in an empty storefront in the middle of Harvard Squarehas been a public gallery for design student projects on the future of libraries. </p> <p>Maples High School How do you do it?</p> <p>GrantsHow to do it with no $PartnersRedesign of space/learning expectationsCollaborative planning Makerspace Playbook </p> <p>Beginnings: what were doing and why; origins of the Maker movementPlaces: making a space more conducive to a community that makes togetherTools &amp; Materials: inventory, budgets, and strategies (see alsoHigh School Makerspace Tools &amp; Materials: a companion document detailing the uses and costs of a fully stocked inventory for an in-school Makerspace.)Safety: planning for safety, signage, and common rulesRoles: what teachers, students, shop managers, and mentors do in a MakerspacePractices: pedagogical approaches experienced makers use to support emerging makersA Year of Making: teacher Aaron Vanderwerff describes his experience making with studentsProjects: guiding novice makers as they build their skill set; sources for projectsStartup: nuts and bolts of getting involved with the Makerspace networkDocumenting: sharing projects and the stories behind their makingSnapshots: four school-based Makerspaces in actionResources: helpful lists, forms, and templates</p> <p> MakerSpace PlaybookWhat is a makerspace?HackerspaceStudents explore their interestsExploratoriumHacker spaceBubbler</p> <p>The Library as Incubator Project definitionCollaborative learning environmentsCommunity partnership, collaboration, creation</p> <p>Makerspaces, Participatory Learning and librariesFrom the Unquiet Librarian-Buffy Hamilton</p> <p>Questions and Discussion. </p> <p>Learning Commons and designing spaces is a fluid process? Whats one way to make your space more fluid or add flow?</p> <p>Makerspaces</p> <p>Makerspace Playbook/websitehttp://makerspace.com/make-a-makerspace/get-your-new-school-edition-of-the-makerspace-playbook</p> <p>Madison public library Bubblr Projecthttp://pinterest.com/pin/442478732109328283/</p> <p>Tips to Get Started on How to Create Makerspacers at your Schoolhttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2013/02/want-to-start-a-makerspace-at-school-tips-to-get-started/</p> <p>A Librarians Guide: 16 Resources for Creating Makerspaceshttp://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2013/a-librarians-guide-to-makerspaces/</p> <p>Digital RepositoryDigital Media, Civic Spaces and Re-enforced Social Skills</p> <p>Lives for 21st Century spaceshttp://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/news/ala/new-aasl-webinar-envisions-library-spaces-21st-century-learners</p> <p>Libraries as Digital Media Centershttp://thejournal.com/articles/2012/01/11/the-library-as-a-digital-learning-space.aspx</p> <p>Hang Around, Mess Around, Geek Out (HOMAGO Spaces as sponsored by the DML)http://www.livestream.com/connectedlearningtv</p> <p>HOMAGO Guidebookhttp://issuu.com/yollocalli/docs/homagoguidebook</p> <p>YouMedia Centershttp://connectedlearning.tv/case-studies/youmedia-harold-washington-library-creating-pathways-interests-opportunities</p> <p>Hiveshttp://connectedlearning.tv/case-studies/youmedia-harold-washington-library-creating-pathways-interests-opportunities</p> <p>Design Spaces and Ideas for Promoting Collaboration</p> <p>Designing Collaborative Spaces, Sandboxes and More 21st Century Designshttp://thejournal.com/Articles/2013/02/13/Designing-Collaborative-Spaces-for-Schools.aspx?=THE21&amp;Page=1</p> <p>Collaborative Spaceshttp://online.qmags.com/TJL0113?sessionID=A5BD411FBEE8E0DD8105ACB80&amp;cid=2534914&amp;eid=17935#pg32&amp;mode1</p> <p>Turn Your Classroom into a Learning Factoryhttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/08/how-to-turn-your-classroom-into-an-idea-factory/</p> <p>Misc. Resources to Review</p> <p>State of Georgia..space designing/refreshing and space creation ideahttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mSRlBRee0I&amp;feature=youtube_gdata_player</p> <p>/Janices Pinterest Makerspace Board http://pinterest.com/InnovativeTech/maker-spaces-curriculum/</p> <p>Janices Pinterest on Learning Spaces Boardhttp://pinterest.com/InnovativeTech/learning-spaces</p> <p>MakerSpace Playbook</p> <p>Makerspace: Madison Public Library sees innovation centers as a key part of its future</p> <p>Resources and connections with CCSS and digital media</p> <p>Makerspaces, creative spaces and digital media centers are a new trend related to...</p>