Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in the “Collateral Change” presentation this afternoon. It was a pleasure to meet and talk with many of you afterwards and hear about your experiences balancing technology in your lives both at home and at work. Congratulations to all of you on the great work you do to keep Massachusetts safe and secure for everyone.
As promised, here is a PDF file of all the slides you saw today – Collateral Change Massachussets 2019
And some food for thought… here are the results for the final survey question:
This means 73% of us at the Digital Government Summit would have felt a sense of panic if we had forgotten our device this morning. That’s a lot of power we give these little devices. Take a break. Turn off your phone later today or tomorrow at the event and see what happens. The first few minutes might seem a little painful, but after a bit of time you’ll start to see what you’re missing in the world around you.
Thanks again for the opportunity to visit! And as always, Go Ravens 🙂
Nearpod is an excellent tool for creating engaging lesson that combine content knowledge with student activities and formative assessment tools. But it’s not the best tool for building lessons… until now!
As of this summer you’ll find a new button on your Nearpod Homepage that says “Create your own: Lesson in Google Slides”, check it out!
This is great. So great. Because now you don’t have to worry about copying or importing content from Google Slides into Nearpod and ending up with an image that you can’t edit. Now you can build right in Google Slides and add Nearpod interactive features as you go with the Nearpod Add-on.
Learn more by adding a copy of my Nearpod Transform SLC Google Slide Deck embedded below.
Click here to get a copy of the presentation.
That was fun. I like Arizona Educators, you guys are great! Thank you for having me in beautiful Tempe. My trip has been a delight. Hiking up Hayden Butte to the top of “A Mountain” was fun last night. In the near future I will have to return to spend more time on Mill Avenue in search of the perfect taco. And Fuzzy’s will be my first stop! Thank you for the advice.
As promised, here are the slides you saw in the presentation today in PDF Format:
Collateral Change Arizona CIO:CTO 2019
And if you’re interested in the survey results from the Google Form about personal phone use you can see them here:
AZ CIO CTO Survey Results
Wow, I needed that. Cool temperatures, delicious seafood, and a great group of people to meet at the California Digital Government Summit. As promised, before jumping on an airplane I’m posting a link to the slides you saw this morning in PDF Format. Collateral Change SACRAMENTO September 2019
If you’re interested to learn more about what’s happening with student smart phones and devices at San Mateo High School, check out the story here from ABC7 News, “San Mateo High School setting trends with phone-free policy, fielding calls from across the country”
Until next time, follow me on Instagram @michaelhakkarinen and check out the great pictures I took on my walk last night around your beautiful city posted below.
Thank you eRepublic and the North Carolina Digital Government Summit Advisory Board for the invitation to visit and present yesterday. It was a pleasure to visit your beautiful state and the city of Raleigh. As a former Marylander I’m always happy to revisit the East Coast for some southern hospitality and decent seafood! St. Roch’s on Wilmington Street did NOT disappoint.
As promised, here are some links to the resources I shared. You’ll find a PDF File with every slide from the presentation here – Collateral Change North Carolina August 2019, and also a summary of the audience survey results regarding tech use on this Google Doc.
If you have questions, need more resources, or would like to share some of your own success stories about finding balance with the technology in your lives please contact me. Until next time… Go Terps! 🙂
Thank you Louisiana Government Information Technology employees! It was a pleasure to visit your beautiful state, enjoy delicious seafood, get to know a little about you, and hear some of your stories about balancing technology at work and at home.
As promised, linked below is a PDF file of the slides I used in my “Collateral Change” presentation this afternoon.
And although he was asleep, I was able to see “Mike the Tiger” over at the gorgeous LSU Campus. Geaux Tigers!
Collateral Change Louisiana 2019 Keynote Slides
Here’s an opportunity to sample emerging technologies including both augmented reality applications for portable devices and a mix of virtual reality applications. At the end of this session you will be more familiar with the benefits of using 3-D enhanced resources for student engagement and learning.
Join us today (1/23/2019) at 3:30 PM in the Wasatch Room at the 2019 NETA Conference.
Andrew MacCartney, Vice President Education and Digital Media, Georgia Public Broadcasting
Laura Evans, Education Director, Georgia Public Broadcasting
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Michael Hakkarinen, Instructional Technology Trainer – Utah Education Network
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Click here to explore the Georgia Public Media Virtual Field Trips
The “Mixed Reality for Education” in person class will provide educators with a sampling of emerging technologies including both augmented reality applications for portable devices, and a mix of virtual reality applications. By the end of the two day experience each participant will have learned the benefits of using 3-D enhanced resources to engage students. Through this understanding, each participant will also create and share a “redefined” classroom lesson that includes AR and/or VR student experiences.
Click here to learn more about the Mixed Reality for Education course offered by UEN to Utah educators.
Download a PDF Version of our slideshow from this link – mixed reality – neta 2019
UEN PDTV Episode: VR In the Classroom
UEN PDTV Episode: VR In Higher Education
Thank you Austin, Texas! It was a short trip but worth it. Along with meeting fantastic people who work to serve this great state and the 12 million Texans who live here, I also got to enjoy some delicious fish tacos at Turf & Surf Po-Boy, and amazing BBQ at Coopers.
If you were there for my “Collateral Change” presentation you know I promised you the slides. So here they are in PDF format – Collateral Change 2018 Texas CIO Academy Slides
Also, if you have any personal stories about restoring the balance of technology in your life I’d love to hear them. Click comment below to share publicly, or use the Contact Me page to send me a direct message.
Thank you Pennsylvania for inviting me to share “Collateral Change” with you at the Digital Government Summit. I enjoyed the opportunity to return to my origin, pick up some authentic Hershey’s chocolate and enjoy a Yuengling!
As promised, all of my slides and the information in them can be found here in PDF Format: Collateral Change 2018 Pennsylvania DGS Slides
Until next time… Go Terps! (Sorry. You Penn State fans know Maryland needs all the help they can get.)
Thank you to THE Ohio State University, eRepublic, and everyone who attended the Ohio Digital Government Summit today. As promised, here is a PDF version of the slides I used this morning. Although this doesn’t capture all of the interactive graphics and transitions, you will find the data and images are easy to access.
Click here to download the PDF – Collateral Change 2018 OHIO Slides
And if you’re interested in the survey results from the Google Form activity they’re all available here – Ohio DGS 2018 Collateral Change Survey Results
This is my favorite graph, the one showing results to the question on how you’d feel if you forgot your smart phone. The results are very telling as to how dependent we have become on our digital devices. If you answered “Crisis” or “Oh No”, like almost 75% of us did, think about what it is about your device that you depend on. Is it for navigation? Connectivity to work or family?Access to apps and tools that allow you do to your job better? That’s probably not a bad thing here in the year 2018. But if it’s something else, and you don’t feel good about it, what can you do take back control?
Additional resources about education and technology in Ohio in the presentation were found at:
Blended Learning & House Bill 2
Computer Science Instead of Algebra 2
Texting and Driving Law Effective October 29, 2018