Passion Toolkit is revealed! Find out how to share your PASSION! #coffeechugPLN

A few days ago I shared out a digital version of my handout for my upcoming presentation on Passion Driven Classrooms.
Today I wanted to give you a glimpse at the Passion Toolkit that I put together with the help of my wife. This is my handout that people will pick up when they enter the room.
The toolkit has been designed to be very simple to use and yet incredibly powerful to share PASSION!
Here is quick rundown of each item in the toolkit and what to do with them. You probably have these items around your house so please take part and participate! The more the merrier.
Take a Post It note and write a message sharing your Passion, draw some artwork, write a quote, etc. Anything that spreads your own individual PASSION. Take your Post It note and leave it somewhere for others to notice. Even more important is that you take a picture so I can add it to the Passion Project website.

Same thing with the chalk. Take your chalk and write a message somewhere spreading your PASSION. For me this summer has been about challenging my comfort zone so I have been making myself do a zentangle at least once a week. I am not an artist, but it forces me to work on something while finding myself. What will you do with your piece of chalk.

When students come to school they view teachers as all the same. They group us in this pile of Mr. and Mrs. What are you going to do to separate yourself and classroom from the rest. Students view us a blank piece of paper. Pretty blah! How will decorate your blank notecard to show students that your are full of PASSION? We must share our PASSION if we want students to celebrate their own. Decorate the notecard anyway you want to showcase your PASSION! Be ready to WOW your students on day 1.
The clothespin is the bonus item. I have not plans with the clothespin so I am leaving this item to the masses to find a way to showcase PASSION. I am ready to see what you come up with.
Don’t put this off. Do it now! If you wait you will forget and your PASSION will go unnoticed. Be proud. Dig deep. Identify your PASSION and share it with the world. The more we share the more powerful we can become.
So, please rise to the challenge and submit your PASSION. Send me an email at aarmau@gmail.com and I will add your PASSION message to the website.
As always I would love your feedback. This is something new to me. This is not your typical presentation handout. I am a tad nervous, but excited to see what generates.

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Technology Integration Conference: My Presentations & Reflections

Yesterday I had to present two sessions for my school district. One session was Speed Geeking and the other session was Crowdsourcing for Educators. I wanted to take some time to reflect on my presentations because I feel that with everything we do that is big and a time investment we should reflect on how we did.

I will admit and have admitted in previous posts that I was nervous. I was more nervous for these two sessions than presenting globally to several countries or to ITAG. The reason is that teachers/educators can be the toughest crowd……even more so when they are your district. Teachers are hard to read in the audience. When you present to your peers you don’t want to come off like a Mr. Know It All. I try very hard to just be me and represent how I operate all day long. I think that always works best. To act like someone who you are not will never work.

Anyways, my first session was Speed Geek where I created a website of all the tools that I use in my daily teaching. I created this wiki two days before on Monday. I decided to do this to give more insight and knowledge beyond the 30 minute presentation. I have a ton to add to the wiki and will do so a little bit each day. I was not sure about the turnout for my session. We had a good motivational keynote speaker George Couros and there were 15 breakout sessions planned. I did not know if I would have 5 people or a room full. I was blessed to have a roomful. I was told I had over 60 people so that was great. The hard part is that I had no idea where the tech level was of the room. I had two plans ready. For a small audience I would work to their needs and dig deep on a few ideas. In a larger room I would just cram as much in as possible.

I think the presentation went alright. I did not get much feedback. I had a few emails and tweets to let me know it was good and that made it all worth the effort to know that someone found it useful. I was already satisfied before even presenting because a person I connected with online from Brazil had contacted me to let me know she was trying out one of my ideas.

My biggest takeaway from the session was that teachers are eager to learn how to be more effective and become better. We just lack time. I had several conversations afterwards about how cool it would be to have breakout sessions on topics based on teacher needs during inservice. I talked about how I would love to teach about certain tools during these sessions and it even got me thinking about organizing a class for educators where we could meet once a week for so many weeks in a row to learn and grow. Some really good ideas for me to think about and ponder. Last, I realized that I learned a lot about myself while putting this presentation together. It really forced me to think about what tools do I use and how effective are the things that I use? It forced me to think about how I operate and what is really best for my students and myself. It was a reminder that I have put a lot of time and effort to being the best teacher I can be and this helped remind me that the payoff has been worth it. It is now my goal to update my wiki and continue to dig deep to being a more effective and efficient teacher.

My second session was crowdsourcing for educators. Two days before I got the great idea to create a blank wiki and conduct a crowdsourcing experiment where people could add to the wiki to talk about their experiences, knowledge, and insights. It was a wonderful experience for me to have as it gave me a platform to speak from. My slides underwent several changes to get ready and I spent hours on this particular presentation to make it worthwhile. My goal was to inspire teachers to create a PLN and begin to crowdsource, connect, and work with others outside of their school to improve and enhance their ideas and teaching. I shared stories about my experiences and briefly talked about a few things to get started like Twitter and blogs. I could easily turn this into a complete training session lasting several hours. I put three times the time and effort into this presentation as opposed to my other one and I felt good about this one. I should not judge the two against each other because they are different, but I felt like the Speed Geek was much better but I cannot explain why. Crowdsourcing is a passion of mine and it is hard to share that in 30 minutes.

I realized that I have come a long way in my networking and teaching preparing for this presentation. I was looking at where I started with a blog in 2009 that was very weak and not good to where I am today with several tools and sites that I use. It has been a remarkable journey.

One thing I forgot to mention in my presentation or maybe I did, but just did not go in depth enough is the fact that our very own students are crowdsourcing and learning from one another so why are we not doing the same? My son posted a YouTube video of his Minecraft rollercoaster he built all by himself. He was so proud and he is amazed that over 50 people have watched his work. He is only 8. I talked to the crowd about how a teacher left a comment with a challenge and now he is self learning how to do the challenge to show her he can do it. It is amazing. This morning he was given another comment on this very blog about his video from another awesome kid who is 8 years old in China!

And then today one of my 8th grade students found out part of a video that was crowdsourced for a very cool and powerful campaign was accepted and part of the final cut.

Last, I completely forgot about another example of crowdsourcing and connecting. When my 8th grade students were doing a global debate on global management of natural resources we were doing research with Google Books. We found a great book, but could only preview a few pages. One of the students decided to email the author for more information. The author was so awesome that he sent us all electronic copies of his book for us to read and use. It was an eye opener for my students. Here they are conducting conversations with this author who gave us such a great perspective of things. This is something that is so amazing for students to be able to do in this day and age. I really wanted to share this example yesterday because I want TEACHERS to be doing the same. Contact the experts, follow them online, have conversations because that will all make us better.

These examples that I did not have time to share are reminders to me that what I presented is not only a passion of mine, but real and happening as we speak. We need to be connected. We need to be empowering ourselves. If we are not doing so, then someone else is and we are falling behind.

In the end presenting yesterday proved to be better for me than I thought. It was a great opportunity to share my ideas, connect with people, have conversations with people that I never have had before, and ignite myself to take things to a new level. I don’t like to be up front talking, but I love what develops before and after that makes the presenting worthwhile.

Thank you to everyone who contributed ideas online(too many to mention) and to everyone who sat in on my presentations. I appreciate it more than you know.

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NAGC: 27 Strategies: Resilient, Calm, and Deeply Engaged

I have been recording my sessions notes from conferences I have attended are all located here.

I attended the NAGC conference in Denver a few months back and with being so busy with my teaching job I have a pad of notes(actually several pads from notes from all over) that I never had a chance to type up and share.

This was one of the BEST sessions I have ever attended of any conference. PERIOD!

*My ideas will be italicized to separate from notes*

This one moved me on several levels. It moved me as a parent and a teacher. Sue was a dynamic speaker and one that I hope to come across again soon. She is one of those people that I wish I had time to sit down with and just pick her brain. Despite being discussed months after the conference I have referred to my notes several times since then.

  • Dominant Understand that Gifted is Academic
  • Should be a trans-formative process, not just academic
Passion in video games
A major headache of mine. Screen time of Minecraft and Eden. Could this possibly be a gifted sign? How does one judge the difference between passion and a waste of time? I have issues with the negative ideas of video games especially ones like Minecraft!

Use characteristic questions for screening process(see slideshow)

  • Whole person first – before academic or talent development
  • XKCD comics for humor
  • Get to know idiosyncrasies of child
    • often times gifted kids are introverts who process quickly to disguise themselves as extroverts
  • Learn everything you can BUT
  • Always trust your intuition BUT
  • Be willing to look at yourself a little
Interview Questions
  • What are you fascinated by?
  • Think about an experience where intelligence/insight was overlooked or disregarded
  • Did you have a role in family that was expected and reinforced but may not have reflected your true nature?
KIDS NEED QUIET TIME
Chinese mindfulness meditation

  • Bite off what you can chew and find a team
  • Listen and trust your child
  • Never make them the epicenter, they know better
  • Plan for a lifestyle
  • Rest, quiet time, nature, and noodling are all essential
  • Good sleep is restorative
  • Where is the grit in the oyster shell in kids life?
  • Support learning needs
  • Approach advocacy as win-win
  • Help child develop non academic side of life
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ITAG Conference Notes: Keynote Daniel Williamson and Panel Discussion

I have been recording my sessions notes from conferences I have attended are all located here.

I attended the ITAG Conference in Des Moines, IA a few months back and with being so busy with my teaching job I have a pad of notes(actually several pads from notes from all over) that I never had a chance to type up and share.

The notes that I have are a hodgepodge of several sessions where I did not take a massive amount of notes like the other sessions.

Here they are as I work to organize and declutter my book bag and life. I hope you find something useful.

*My ideas will be italicized to separate from notes*

Suggested Reading
Michio Kaku – Physics of the Future
Tom Peters – Re-Imagine

3 Sectors of People Living Tomorrow, Today
1. Army – massive budget to experiment
2. Arts – no budget, experiment to make money
3. Advanced Manufacturing – 

Corey Taylor, lead singer of Slipknot(From Iowa) – gave a speech at Oxford
–Not what you are passionate about or love, but what you are good at
This whole idea is interesting to me….do we pursue what we are good at or what we love?

Idea
Sun is 8.3 minutes to reach
Polaris – 467 years to reach

Students point to the sun, but they are already behind – GET THEM TO POINT AHEAD

When we hook our dreams to the stars, will it be there when we arrive?

What a product means has replaced what a product does

Project Idea – yardstick + yo-yo or Typewriter + TV

Ideas don’t make sense together, but when combined you get a tape measure and a computer!!!

What 2% change can we do to make a difference?
Example: Jet Blue decreased speed of planes 2mph and saved 13.6 million dollars

Back in the day you were told “all thumbs” when meaning you were dumb
Today “all thumbs” are the key (texting, phones, games)

So What? Then What? – we have to adapt to create ideas

Fail fast
Be brave and avoid distinction
Think Innovation and end result, not compliance

Jason Glass
21st Century Skills – we are 13 years in and so perhaps we need a new term?
School responsibility to be economic driver and prepare students for real world

Read 
Nurture Shock
101 Things I Learned in Architectural School
Adversity Advantage
No Asshole Rule
Made to Stick

TAG +C
“We prepared the path for our children. We should have prepared our children for the path.”
Marilyn Kempich(freshmen orientation director at Iowa University)

1. Creative Economy
2. Caboose
3. Cytosine

Richard Florida – Rise of the Creative Class
3 T’s – Talent, Technology, Tolerance

What repositioning of an existing resource or asset could ensure the future of gifted education?

Caboose is replaced by the engine up front to prevent knuckles breaking on big trains
Cytosine – What happens if giftedness is engineered rather than enriched?

“If you are not at the table, then you are on the menu.”





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NAGC: Long time ago, collection of notes from sessions

I have been recording my sessions notes from conferences I have attended are all located here.

I attended the NAGC conference in Denver a few months back and with being so busy with my teaching job I have a pad of notes(actually several pads from notes from all over) that I never had a chance to type up and share.

The notes that I have are a hodgepodge of several sessions where I did not take a massive amount of notes like the other sessions.

Here they are as I work to organize and declutter my book bag and life. I hope you find something useful.

*My ideas will be italicized to separate from notes*

Talent Development

  • Gifted education need to lead and align with general education and not be different
  • Talent Development is domain specific
    • with only IQ tests, it does not allow us to find their needs
    • IQ is a general predictor
  • Start with general thinking/problem solving, but at some time need specific needs
  • Why do we always need a test? You can see it so help them!
  • IQ note stable until age 7
  • Kids need to be exposed to many things to find their interest???
  • How do we get outside school opportunities into schools?
  • Kids talent areas may be in areas that the kid does not enjoy – then what?
  • How can schools entertain all talent development ideas?
  • Not enough teachers know how to get the best from students
Goals of Gifted

  • Eminence as an outcome? Concerns??
    • Intent is great, but implementation is wrong
  • Eminence won’t happen in school – it will occur after they leave
  • Eminence is not the ultimate goal and bookmark, but it is the vision
    • Schools need to put things in place to start the process
Parent Panel
  • If meet needs of every learner, then there is no need for identification!!!
  • Not about the school, but learning is about the community
  • Hess – read about the study of mother’s perspective of success
  • Need experts in the domains, teachers cannot know it all



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NAGC: Digital Storytelling with Interactive Fiction

I have been recording my sessions notes from conferences I have attended are all located here.

I attended the NAGC conference in Denver a few months back and with being so busy with my teaching job I have a pad of notes(actually several pads from notes from all over) that I never had a chance to type up and share.

The notes that I have are a hodgepodge of several sessions where I did not take a massive amount of notes like the other sessions.

Here they are as I work to organize and declutter my book bag and life. I hope you find something useful.

*My ideas will be italicized to separate from notes*

#dswif

www.geraldaungst.com/presentations/dswif

“Rule of 2 Feet” – feel free to leave if you don’t like the session (I like this rule and will use when presenting)

Intro

  • stand up, close eyes, think of gift
  • hands out, open eyes, open box and see gift
  • explain gift to others
“Thinking is movement confined to the brain.” Arvid Carlsson
Authors of Games and Examples
Eric Schmidt
Graham Nelson (Craft of Adventure)
Mrs. Pepper’s Nasty Secret
Run Adventure (Get Lamp)
Zork
Hunt the Wumpus
Inform 7 – use and create for interactive fiction
To Play
  • Interpreter program
  • Game files
  • inform7.com/if/interpreters
  • wurb.com/if
The Dreamhold
Bronze(PG version

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NERD ALERT: Insights and Random Notes from the Notepads of Coffeechug

photo.JPGI have been working on gathering and organizing all my notes. I have notes by the notepads all over. At least 10 notepads completely full of notes, links, websites, books, etc. I am attempting to declutter my life and getting organized not only in my home, but also in my nerd aspect of my life. So, as I have been working through all my NAGC notes from that amazing conference I thought it would only make sense to sort through these notepads. This is my attempt to record ideas and such that I think are important to remember and ditch the rest. As I sort each page I will recycle that piece of paper until I have not papers left in these notepads.

This is about getting myself centered and balanced. Here we go!

Here is a quick sample of what these pages look like. Full of random ideas assembled all over the page for an organized structure only I would understand.
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Education Apps To Explore

  • Stick Pick
  • Dropbox(I have this and use it on a daily basis)
  • Teacher Assistant
  • Smart Seat
  • Common Core
  • Wunderlist
  • Confer
Other Apps and Links To Explore
Junk Jack
Epicurious
Whole Food Counter
Robot Sites and Programming & Minecraft
botmag.com
nxtacy.com
minecraftteacher.net
massivelyminecraft.org
minecraftinschool.pbworks.com
Books
S.M. Boyce – Grimoire
Athlete’s Plate – Kelinson
Liminal States – Parson
Crogan’s Loyalty – Schweizer
Bunch of Amateurs – Jack Hitt
Totally Lame Vampire
Middle School Worse Than Meatloaf
Paper Covers by Jenny Hubbard
Rot and Ruin by Maberry
Split by Avasthi
The Seeker by Guy Finley
Run Explosively by Michael Yessis
Math Girls by Hiroshi Yuki
Lola and The Boy Next Door – Perkins
How To Die – Ann Hadgman
Americus – MK Reed
Warm Bodies – Isaac Marion
Quotes
  • Don’t compare with those who have more, don’t compare with those who have less. Compare not. Just be yourself…..allow your being.
More notes to come. This was only two pages worth keeping from one notepad. Enjoy this list and as always feel free to let me know other suggestions and ideas worth exploring.
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NAGC Session: Speed Geeking Notes

I missed this awesome session, but thanks to another amazing person that I met by happenstance I was able to see the notes from the session. Below are the notes of Faye Hanson. She is awesome and she agreed to let me post these notes.

I have not had time to test these ideas and projects out so I would really love it if you have any experience or other suggestions to please leave a comment. I am always looking for new ideas and projects to engage my students. This list is loaded with super AWESOMESAUCE! I just need an extra day in my week to process it all.

Enjoy the list below. Contact me with any questions. Leave your own ideas and perhaps this can lead to an online SpeedGeek session on Google Hangout at some point. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks Faye for the notes!

Speedgeeking

Natl library of virtual manipulatives- different math manipulatives- can change base
Zygotebody- anatomy
Class dojo- classroom mgmt- iPad, web-based
Pinterest- Ed tech pgs- the more you pin the more GT will be out there
Maryland top 10 myths video
Only 1 iPad in classroom blog article
Oreo techtonic plates
Gagnes differentiated model

Apps- little writer k-2
Pizza- fractions
Shake em up- state capitols
Toy tangrams
Word Express

Flipped classroom – know, understand, do
Ted
Khan academy
Ted Ed- flipping engine

Quest Atlantis – az state, gates funded- elem & ms worlds
Mkomazi- same program?
Dropbox
Livebinders
Gingers app livebinder
Pbl livebinder

Am assoc of school librarians- best websites for teaching & learning
Celly- text message manager
Learnitin5.com videos re: how to use tech in the classroom

Interactive fiction- teach reading & writing – student as consumers- need interpreter program & game files.
Students as creators- development system- inform7.com

Viewpure- cleans & isolates YouTube videos- use for flipping
Tubechop- editing YouTube videos
Poll everywhere- in class polling
Socrative-polling
101 questions
The lively morgue- practice captions

Byrdseed.com
Googlereader n- next s-star interfaces with other social media
Twitter- microblogging in Professional Learning Network web20classroom
Twitter basics blog entry
Air server or reflections apps for displaying iPad

Explain everything- whiteboard like app for iPad

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NAGC Session Notes: Ridley Pearson General Session

This is not loaded with notes like my other posts. What I found during this presentation is being wrapped up in his stories and walking away refreshed. He is a wonderful speaker. He entertains and brings stories around to make connections along the way.

Here are some things I jotted down while listening to his stories of pushing a train up a mountian and being in a rock and roll band with Stephen King and several other well known authors.

SHOW, DON’T TELL – he mentioned this several times. I could not help but think of proving yourself. We live in a day and age where anybody can tell you anything. What we need are more people showing. Make it happen. Don’t talk, prove it! At smaller conferences, PD, district meetings, etc. we are so often told what is wrong and what we need to fix, but never given any guidance to help us fix it. Don’t tell us, show us. Show us how!

He mentioned the 3 act structure to organization, writing, life, etc.
1. Daily
2. Weekly
3. Monthly

It all follows the beginning, middle, and end. The triple effect that is everything in history and life. He showcased how when he was teaching and trying to get students to write he started with them writing 1. a first person memoir 2. a hand me down story 3. creative writing fiction

By starting with themselves and moving to a story from someone else they were already writing creative fiction without even knowing it.

We all need someone to push us!

I need to check out the Kingdom Keep Quest that he has helped to develop. It sounds AWESOME! I am ready for Disney.

I love this….. Spoiled is being left on the shelf unused. Don’t spoil your children.

He mentioned that he still reads to his kids. I need to get better at this. My kids read to my wife and I as homework, but we need to make sure that we share what we are reading. That is just as important.

When it was all said and done I walked away thinking that we just need to go with opportunities life gives us. Don’t give up on your passions and never give up. Your gut will tell you what you need to do even when we don’t want to listen to it.

This was one of those presentations where I did not take a lot of notes, but I absorbed the energy and emotions from the presentation. Good stuff!

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NAGC Conference Notes: Neuroscience For Gifted Students

NAGC Conference Notes: Neuroscience For Gifted Students: Using Biofeedback in flow visualization

This was a very interesting session. If you have never met or listened to  Dr. Barbara Kerr, then you are in for a treat. I was lucky enough to meet her briefly via an introduction from the awesome Ginger Lewman and therefore I had to attend her session. The title intrigued me and it felt like something new and invigorating.

This was research shared and conducted from the CLEOS Project. Below are my notes from the session as well as my own thoughts mixed in.

If you want to know more about the CLEOS Project and what they do, then check the link above. It might make the following notes make sense a bit more.

Flow is a consciousness state that occurs when all a person’s attention is focused on a creative task. It occurs when an individual’s expertise, or skill level is equal to the task difficulty. When a person is in flow time becomes distorted, self consciousness decreases and actions seem effortless.

I found this information above interesting. I have been in flow before. Often times when I get so focused on a task or a new idea(like my gifted screening idea) and I am just pouring over my notes and writing and gathering information I find that time just flies by. I have also been immersed in a project and next thing you the know it is 1 am. She did clarify that “junk flow” is different from flow. Junk flow would be when time flies by while watching tv or playing video games. This is something different.

One thing that popped up all the time was the notion of video games. I always feel like video games get slammed at sessions like these. I often wonder why video games would not be considered flow? A person could be using their brain quite a bit while playing video games. I am not advocating massive hours of video gaming, but why is there always a notion of moving video games out of the gifted and education realm? The same thing happens when researchers talk about gifted kids having the time to pursue their passions. My son is not gifted, but his current passion is video games. He loves Minecraft and building worlds. Why is this deemed as invaluable? Why is this passion any different from a passion of someone else? Who gets to make these distinctions? It is a notion that drives me crazy. Perhaps there is research to show why video games don’t count in these discussions, but I always question this thought process.

Okay, back to my notes……

All eminent people can be identified by 16 years old. Torrance tests are too expensive. Behaviors are best predictors. I need to follow up on this note of 16 years old. I cannot remember the examples she shared, but I know there was research behind this statement.

Meyer Briggs test does not identify deep enough to find individual talents. 75% of gifted are ENFP, but within that realm there is so much difference among the gifted.

CLEOS uses EEG and HR biofeedback to help guide students towards fulfilling non-traditional careers. It provides visual feedback to help show the gifted how their brain works. It helps prove to them during their self doubts.

One hallmark of creativity is uneven performance when you see scores all over the place.

When we have a A-HA moment our brain gives off gamma bursts.

2 minutes given to visualize themselves in a flow state. The person imagines themselves doing their “passion” that places them in a flow state of mind. They will focus on sights, sounds, smell, taste, body sensation, etc. The person is then shown the EEG/HRV output and discuss what they see.

From here I quit taking notes after we did an experiment of our own. We downloaded the My Heart Rate App. We had the app focus on our face. We stared at our image to get a baseline. We then were asked questions with our eyes open. Next we closed our eyes. Finally, we just focused. It was cool to watch our HR go up and down. It was amazing how just closing our eyes brought our HR down right away.

All in all it was a good session. I am not sure I took anything away to use in my classroom, but it opened my eyes to the research being done. Once again looking at the idea of brain research merging with education as we continue to learn more and more. This weird futuristic merging of fields is right around the corner.

The feedback that the students get from this process is the following:
1. They learn that flow is real and it is not some imaginary thing.
2. They are able to see flow states between a busy mind and relaxation states.
3. When they reflect they can begin to figure out how to make the link between positive emotions and creative work.
4. When they reflect they can use flow to make career decisions.

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