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Slide 1: Field Guide for Change Agents Photo Credit: left-hand
Slide 2: This Field Guide for Change Agents was developed during a workshop at Educon 2.2 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in January 30, 2010. As workshop leaders, we were honoured to have participation by educators from around the world, including remote participants who joined us via Elluminate. The creators have agreed to license their work with an Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Creative Commons license. You are free to share or adapt the work, on the condition that the author page and photo attributions are included. Yours in collaboration, Rodd & Ben
Slide 3: Co-authored on January 30, 2010
Slide 4: Chapter 1 Admit It: You are a Change Agent Photo Credit: woodleywonderworks
Slide 5: "With great power comes great responsibility" -Uncle Ben Photo Credit: Krassy Can Do It
Slide 6: “There have been significant advances in recent years. We're moving in the right direction, just not quite fast enough.” - April Gromnicki Photo Credit: Éole
Slide 7: Invention is a flower, innovation is a weed. —Robert Metcalfe, inventor of Ethernet and founder of 3Com. Photo Credit: Balakov
Slide 8: “Change is the essence of life. Be willing to surrender what you are for what you could become.” - Unknown Photo Credit: Sir Mervs
Slide 9: An effective change agent is someone who can't be afraid to change course. Mary Beth Hertz & Eric Conti (@mbteach) (@ericconti) Photo courtesy of CrazyFast on Flickr
Slide 10: A person who knows her own mind - how it learns best - is most likely to be able to change her mind effectively. Photo Credit: ViaMoi Gardner (2006)
Slide 11: Photo Credit: 黒忍者 - Buckminster Fuller
Slide 12: efinition of a Change Agent -noun 1. closet pyromaniac 2. one who sparks fires in their world Jason(raventech) Ramsden age: 'The Oil Planet' http://www.flickr.com/photos/18583731@N07/2731049453
Slide 13: It really is okay to be proud of the work that you have helped to create. While no passion of yours is 100% yours, there is something important about standing up for the change that you believe needs to take place. There are moments when "we" (students, teachers, admins) are ready to move on to the next step in our progression. We have to know when that is as well. Photo Credit: laurenmarek
Slide 14: Trying not to drown anyone with my waves. Photo Credit: angela7dreams
Slide 15: Some men see things as they are and say WHY? I dream things that never were and say WHY NOT! RFK, 1968 Photo Credit: wikimedia commons
Slide 16: Photo Credit: Stefan's Page ou Were Born to Fly, So Quit Being A Chicken - Ben Hazzard
Slide 17: "Your current safe boundaries were once unknown frontiers" Don't be afraid to be an explorer. Photo by tofu_minx
Slide 18: Photo Credit: joshbousel Change is the unstoppable force. Are you an immovable object?
Slide 19: Photo Credit: Fairman Change is good... you go first!
Slide 20: Chapter 2 Challenges of Being a Change Agent Photo Credit: Philon
Slide 21: "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting it to come out different" Photo by like_shipwrecks
Slide 22: Photo Credit "It's a good thing we're perfect." -Carey Pohanka and Debra Garcia
Slide 23: Threat of the THWADDIES*! *(That's How We Always Did It) Photo Credit: alist Kevin Hogan, Tech and Learning
Slide 24: I feel like I am the only one Photo Credit: multiget
Slide 25: The problem is never how to get NEW innovative things into your mind but how to get the OLD OLD ones out. Unknown Photo Credit: japanamanda
Slide 26: Whatever changes are being considered, sustainable leadership should look to the past for precedents that can be reinvented and refined, and for evidence of what has succeeded or failed before. Hargreaves (2005) Photo Credit:haydnseek
Slide 27: If you let negativity and lack of interest halt your progress, this is what you risk Photo Credit:Darwin Bell
Slide 28: Sometimes we are on the outside looking in of the conversations we need to be in. Getting "in the room" or "in the circle" matters. Not contributing isn't always an option. Photo Credit:Elisabeth Audrey
Slide 29: "When I am out there, in time, I am inverted, changed into a desperate version of myself." -- Audrey Niffenegger Photo MirandaLouisel
Slide 30: Change is like sunshine... some change because they finally see the light and some change because they FEEL THE HEAT. Photo Rishibando
Slide 31: Helping others embrace change without feeling threatened. Image by Hannah Beth
Slide 32: Chapter 3 The Change Agent Toolkit Photo Booleansplit
Slide 33: Foster collaboration between teachers, schools and districts Photo Credit: Sharon Peters
Slide 34: Respect and use the wisdom of experienced teachers. Photo arnolouise
Slide 35: Build Bridges Make Connections between old and new Photo iguanogo
Slide 36: Keep sprinkling new ideas around. One is bound to stick. Photo Tinkiak NC
Slide 37: Develop a PLN Photo cobannon
Slide 38: If you want to collaborate globally, know your time zones Photo dno1967
Slide 39: “The future belongs to a very different kind of person with a very different kind of mind – creators and empathizers, pattern recognizers and meaning makers. These people…will now reap society’s richest rewards and share its greatest joys.” - Daniel H. Pink, A Whole New Mind Photo Zoe
Slide 40: Asking good questions is the best tool in your toolkit. Always. Photo paurian
Slide 41: Chapter 4 Mentoring Change Agents: Finding Mutual Support Photo Powerhouse Museum Photography
Slide 42: When you find someone who thinks like you, don't let go! Photo courtesy of WolfSul on Flickr
Slide 43: Quote from: Victor Frankl Photo marfis75
Slide 44: Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school. Albert Einstein Photo Colin Jagoe
Slide 45: Photo henry grey Especially in moral occupations like teaching, the more one takes the risk to express personal purpose, the more kindred spirits one will find. Fullan (1993)
Slide 46: Struggle shouldn't be avoided in support. We should be okay with asking really hard questions of one another. Photo rockfingrz Photography
Slide 47: Change Agents Found Here

   
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