HR Futures Conference Feb09

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Presentation on Professional Development 2.0 at HR Futures Conference run by Michael Specht of Inspecht.
Melbourne, 26Feb09

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HR Futures Conference Feb09

  1. 1. (cc) Anne Bartlett-Bragg, Headshift, February 2009
  2. 2. Topics to explore Part I: What’s happening? ‣ What’s happening to your professional development landscape? ‣ What do we mean by ‘Web 2.0’, ‘e-Learning 2.0’, Enterprise 2.0? Part II: Professional Development 2.0 ‣Why? ‣How? Part III: Implementation ‣ Tips [ Agenda ]
  3. 3. What’s happening to your professional development landscape? [ What’s happening ]
  4. 4. from this to this From “Minds on Fire” by John Seely Brown & Richard P. Adler Educause February, 2008 [ What’s happening ]
  5. 5. From these development spaces... [Professional Development 2.0 ]
  6. 6. to personalised work/learning spaces... [ What’s happening ]
  7. 7. To social sharing spaces [ What’s happening ]
  8. 8. What is social software? [ What’s happening ]
  9. 9. Key principles: Trust Openness Reputation User-generated User-controlled The information is not important in itself - it is the relationship to other people with shared interests! [ What’s happening ]
  10. 10. Do you have a blog? Do you use Flickr? Do you use chat/IM? Do you use a wiki? Can you make a podcast? Can you live without your aggregator? Do you have an avatar? Or 2? Can you explain RSS in plain English? Can you Facebook me? Can you use Delicious? Just give me the SLURL and I’ll see you there! Is a tweet some kind of bird sound? [ What’s happening ]
  11. 11. • Learners are now producers and creators of learning NOT just consumers • Learning can be collaborative • Learning can be personalised • Learning can be informal • Learners can now create, publish, distribute, subscribe, read and re-create content • Learning is participatory • Learners are empowered • Learners are engaged [ What’s happening ]
  12. 12. Personalised work/ learning spaces... Knowledge Information Learning Performance Social networking management management management management Search Action plans Reflections Accountability Share Share Reports Actions plans Action plans Contribute Contribute Artefacts Reports Reports Participate Participate Collect evidence Collect evidence Artefacts Network Categorise Artefacts Collect evidence Manage Share Share Share Contribute Contribute Contribute Participate Participate Participate Anne Bartlett-Bragg (cc) November, 2007 [ What’s happening ]
  13. 13. Creating an architecture of participation [ What’s happening ]
  14. 14. Creating an architecture of participation [ What’s happening ]
  15. 15. Don’t just dive in! Think about what you want to achieve... [ Tips ]
  16. 16. Engagement Participation Objectives Interaction Time What do you need to think about? [ Tips ]
  17. 17.  Apply principles of social psychology theories  Design action-oriented processes  Transparency of participation  Shared experiences  Shared resources [ Implementation Tips ]
  18. 18. Creating an architecture of participation [ Implementation Tips ]
  19. 19. What are the implications...?? Role of the educator Content Technology [ Implementation Tips ]
  20. 20. 1. Organisational inhibitors:  Organisational technology infrastructure  Organisational culture 2. Individual inhibitors:  Digital literacy – computer & information  Learners – identity, dependency, time management 3. Pedagogical inhibitors:  Modes of teaching [ Implementation Tips ]
  21. 21. What is the role of the educator? • Trusted resource in a social learning network • Guiding and advising • Facilitating establishment of networks • Empowering • Supporting personal landscape development [ Implementation Tips ]
  22. 22. What is the role of the educator? Mode 1: Transfer Mode 11: Tutor Mode 111: Coach (Directed Teaching) (Facilitated Learning) (Informal Guide) Problem solving Complex simulations • • Programmed instruction • • To observe, to help, to • To teach, to explain demonstrate • To co-operate, to support Production of correct • Selection of methods and • Realisation of adequate • answers it’s use action strategies • To do, to practice • To cope, to master • To know, to remember Presentation of pre- • Action in real situations • • Transfer of knowledge determined problems (complex and social) [ Implementation Tips ]
  23. 23. Tips for Implementation 1. Immerse yourself 2. Participate to understand 3. Start small and stay focused 4. Identify your business objectives 5. Define your strategy 6. Choose your tools carefully [Implementation Tips ]
  24. 24. A final word from your learners …
  25. 25. (More)Questions? annebb@headshift.com mobile: 0418 852 581 twitter: @AnneBB [ Questions?]

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