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Ian Jukes

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Inspiring Imagination and Innovation Creativity
Where does creativity come from? How are we inspired to be creative? What thought processes lead us to forge exceptional and unique products and concepts that speak to us on unseen and personal levels, shaping our thinking and inspiring strong opinions and feelings? And how can businesses and...
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Global Connections and Interdependent Collaboration
The students and workers of the modern world are living in an environment conducive to collaboration. Technology, social networking, and InfoWhelm have broken down long-standing barriers of communication in our society and turned the economy global. Our suburbs are no longer just outside our back...
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HyperInformation and Information Investigation
Our society has been profoundly affected by InfoWhelm and HyperInformation—the unparalleled access to a wealth of online information, never before seen or heard of. Learning has truly become a lifelong pursuit, that can happen anytime, anywhere in our Information Age. But how do we determine the...
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Real-World Problems and Independent Problem Solving
The new digital age is here, heralding a future coming at us like a locomotive, ever-changing, and always challenging. The children of today are the builders of tomorrow—they both need and deserve a skill set that stresses critical thinking and develops a mindset of discovering innovative...
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An Introduction to Evaluating Modern Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Practices
This presentation is about a proven method for assessing the effectiveness of schools, school districts, and entire educational systems. It identifies the foundational pillars, elements, and associated indicators that support modern teaching, learning, and assessment. These attributes, based on...
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Planning for Success
This workshop is designed to help teachers, educational leaders, and decision-makers wade through the complexities of aligning technology to support educational outcomes, while at the same time ensuring state/provincial/national standards are achieved, and learners are effectively prepared with...
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LeaderShift 2020: Reinventing Schools For Extraordinary and Uncertain Times
Today’s schools are continually driven by the tyranny of the urgent. As a result, school leaders constantly find themselves in reactive mode, unable to look beyond the curricular standards of the present to the future learning needs of all their students. This has occurred in large part due to...
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Where ET Meets IT
Why do educational leaders assume that teachers understand how to walk into a 21st-century classroom and engage 21st-century students through the use of digital technologies? This is a false and dangerous assumption that has lead to the ineffectiveness of modern teacher training. For example, the...
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Q-Focus: Teaching Students Higher Order Questioning Skills
In a traditional classroom, instruction and inquiry flow almost entirely in one direction - from the teacher to the student. Students are rewarded for having the right answer, not for asking good questions. A recent study indicated that the average pre-school child asks 100 questions per day. By...
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Beyond the Digital Revolution: Tertiary/Post Secondary Education in the Age of Disruption
The traditional four-year college experience is as British as “Bob’s your uncle.” So is the belief that higher education provides a one-way ticket to a better life. But with student debt out of control and unemployment of college graduates at historic levels, people are beginning to question that...
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An Introduction to SplitScreen Planning: A New Instructional Approach for Modern Learning
Teachers today face a formidable challenge. With the world rapidly changing outside the school system, teachers must deal with the expectation that they are equipping their students with the skills that they will need to thrive in a future driven by technological change. This is a world that is...
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An Introduction to the Just-In-Time Teaching and Learning Model
Just-in-time teaching and learning (JITTL) is a blended instructional model that provides real-world contexts to classroom learning experiences as a way to motivate and prime students. This model moves away from teacher-centered instruction to a model of discovery learning. The model provides...
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Shifting to Process-based Teaching: The 10 E’s of Modern Instruction
The only way to adequately introduce the nine essential skills all students will need for the modern world is to shift from the traditional memorization approach to process-based teaching, This presentation outlines a new instructional strategy that engages modern digital students and promotes...
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Teaching with the Future in Mind: An Introduction to Modern Learning
There is a longstanding mindset for how teachers teach. The challenge is that this approach was developed for a world that increasingly does not exist. The future will have very different challenges and learner requirements and necessitate very different learning tools. To help our students...
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Reinventing Learning for the Always-on Generation: Digital Tools That Work
There is no shortage of apps, resources and devices for teachers and students of all ages to choose from. The key is how to effectively use these tools to cultivate critical thinking and problem-solving skills, increase teacher and student productivity, spark innovation and creativity, encourage...
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Teaching in the Digital Age: An Introduction To the Just-In-Time Teaching and Learning (JITTL) Model
Just-in-time Teaching and Learning (JITTL) is a blended instructional model that provides real-world contexts to classroom learning experiences as a way to engage and motivate students. This presentation shows teachers how to seamlessly shift the focus from a teacher-centred instructional model...
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Understanding the Always-on Generation: Hyperinformation and the Rewiring of the Human Brain
The rapid emergence of online digital technology has bombarded people living in the modern world with a myriad of multimedia experiences. These experiences have had a profound effect on how people process information. No one has been more affected than the younger generations who have grown up in...
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A Brief History of the Future of Education
There’s absolutely no point in starting to talk about specific instructional strategies for the classroom without first addressing the gorilla in the room - that being the invisible force of mindset that shapes our daily practices. The current educational mindset has been with us for so long that...
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Leading from the Future (For School Leaders)
Today, leaders are under relentless pressure. There are a 1000 management issues that scream for their attention every day. There are increased demands for student performance and teacher accountability, while at is same time principals are expected to do this with less funding. On top of all of...
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Windows on Tomorrow
Today’s world is constantly on the move. The rate of change is so profound that you can’t trust your eyes to show you reality because they’re really showing you history. This presentation challenges your assumptions about the world we live in and the future we’re heading for by carefully...
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Welcome to the Digital Revolution: Education in the Age of Disrupted Learning
In today’s digital world, we are witnessing the evolution of an incredibly turbulent new age. It’s the Age of Disrupted Learning—an age where every part of society is experiencing a complete upheaval due to the chronic and pervasive nature of disruptive change. In order to thrive, our schools,...
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Getting It Right In a Connected World: A Brief History of the Future of Education
There’s no point in talking about changing specific instructional strategies without first addressing the elephant in the room — that being the invisible force of mindset that unconsciously shapes daily practice. If we don’t first tackle this issue, all that will happen is that educators will...
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Looking Back, Looking Forward
If you were to ask any group made up of individuals from both inside and outside the current school system to define what the biggest problem facing education today, you’d likely get a broad range of answers and some very strong opinions. Their answers would probably vary from inexplicably vague...
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Understanding the Always-on Generation: Hyperinformation and the Rewiring of the Human Brain
The rapid emergence of online digital technology has bombarded people living in the modern world with a myriad of multimedia experiences. These experiences have had a profound effect on how people process information. No one has been more affected than the younger generations who have grown up in...
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Reinventing Learning for the Always-on Generation: New Connections
Based on the award-winning book of the same name, this session looks at the modern world, examines the new entry skills students will need to be successful in digitally infused working environments and provides a comprehensive profile of 10 core learning attributes of digital learners. What are...
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Reinventing Learning for the Always-on Generation: Strategies That Work
Because of digital bombardment and the emergence of the new digital landscape, today’s youth process information, interact and communicate in fundamentally different ways than any previous generation before them. Meanwhile, many of us, having grown up in a relatively low-tech, stable, and...
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Simple and Effective Strategies for Building Strong Collaborative Learning Environments
What does collaboration in education really mean? And how do we develop collaboration skills in our students while still addressing the mandates of the curriculum? Collaboration in its simplest and most understandable form is getting individuals, who may or may not have similar interests, to work...
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Truth Is Dead and the Internet Killed It: Strategies That Work in the Age of Fake News, Misinformation, and Myth-information
We live in a society that has been profoundly affected by InfoWhelm and HyperInformation—a world of instantaneous access to a wealth of digital resources. As a result, almost overnight, learning has become something that can happen anytime, anywhere. But in a time of fake news, misinformation,...
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Communication In the Digital Age
Amongst the younger generations, visual communication is increasingly challenging the supremacy of traditional reading and writing. While reading and writing will always have a place, in an increasingly visual world, visual communication and design must be an every day part of the curriculum —...
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Building Global Connections Through Collaboration and Communication
Students and workers in the modern world are living in an environment that increasingly requires the ability to collaborate both virtually and in person. New digital technologies social networking, and InfoWhelm have broken down long-standing barriers of communication in our society. This has...
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