From Atoms to Bits and Beyond: Combining Robotics,Programming Languages and The Internet of Things Across the Curriculum (GESS - Dubai 2017)

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From Atoms to Bits and Beyond: Combining Robotics,Programming Languages and The Internet of Things Across the Curriculum (GESS - Dubai 2017)

GESS-Dubai 2017

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Thomas Steele-Maley

March 15, 2017
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  1. COMBINING ROBOTICS,PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS ACROSS THE

    CURRICULUM FROM ATOMS TO BITS AND BEYOND THOMAS STEELE-MALEY CTIO: NATIONS ACADEMY - DUBAI @STEELEMALEY GESS - DUBAI 2017
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  3. THEORY DESIGN NEXT STEPS

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  5. • Body Level One • Body Level Two • Body

    Level Three • Body Level Four • Body Level Five 5
  6. • Body Level One • Body Level Two • Body

    Level Three • Body Level Four • Body Level Five 6 Disruption. Erupting. The future will be about designing for a world of unprecedented complexity.
  7. • Body Level One • Body Level Two • Body

    Level Three • Body Level Four • Body Level Five 7 “The school of the future must be able to experiment, learn, test, and teach its students how to do the same. Mickey McManus CEO MAYA Design
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  9. 2014-2015 Research Cycle Spring Summer Fall Winter Theory Design Professional

    Learning Test Prototype End User Inputs Refine Implement Evaluate Iterate Design: Our Research
  10. Understanding the world and how to design, prototype and study

    to transform human potential is a critical need for students. Our open studio time and spaces focus on making and learning with things that learn. Through connected technology architectures we cultivate design thinking, self-organized learning, new forms of robotics, and computational thinking as students explore the trillions of data points that drive the networked world (The Internet of Things). Design: Our Vision
  11. Design: Our Essentials • Classrooms not labs • Expectations of

    a contemporary teacher • Professional Learning • Interwoven in all subjects • new forms of assessment • Learner • Society • Knowledge • Design Based • Personalized Professional Learning • University Partners Teacher as Integrator Interdisciplinary Relevance “Perspectives” Research
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  13. Design: Our Essentials • Classrooms not labs • Expectations of

    a contemporary teacher • Professional Learning • Interwoven in all subjects • new forms of assessment • Learner • Society • Knowledge • Design Based • Personalized Professional Learning • University Partners Teacher as Integrator Interdisciplinary Relevance “Perspectives” Research
  14. Design: Our Essentials • Classrooms not labs • Expectations of

    a contemporary teacher • Professional Learning • Interwoven in all subjects • new forms of assessment • Learner • Society • Knowledge • Design Based • Personalized Professional Learning • University Partners Teacher as Integrator Interdisciplinary Relevance “Perspectives” Research
  15. Design: Our Essentials • Classrooms not labs • Expectations of

    a contemporary teacher • Professional Learning • Interwoven in all subjects • new forms of assessment • Learner • Society • Knowledge • Design Based • Personalized Professional Learning • University Partners Teacher as Integrator Interdisciplinary Relevance “Perspectives” Research
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  20. TECHNOLOGY IS THE EASY PART DESIGN AND PERSPECTIVE ARE ESSENTIAL

    OUT OF THE “LAB” INTO THE LEARNING ECOLOGY
  21. Audrey Watters: Hack Education Suggested Resources WeRobotics Refugee OpenWare Thomas

    Steele-Maley CTIO, Nations Academy @steelemaley S L I D E D E C K