21st Century Skills: Share Your Knowledge

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Sharing what you learn with others is a great way to build connections and show what you know. We'll talk about how "narrating your work" can help you and others.

Sharing what you learn with others is a great way to build connections and show what you know. We'll talk about how "narrating your work" can help you and others.

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  • 1. 21st Century Skills: Share Your Knowledge Bob Bertsch NDSU Agriculture Communication
  • 2. What is an active learner?
  • 3. What is an active learner? continuously learning personal learning network information flows to them able to find and follow leverages power of online networks aggregates information from different sources curates content comfortable in social spaces narrates their work
  • 4. Personal Knowledge Management Harold Jarche - jarche.com
  • 5. How do you share what you learn? todaysmeet.com/ndsushareknowledge
  • 6. What keeps you from sharing what you learn? todaysmeet.com/ndsushareknowledge
  • 7. Narrate Your Work Image from “Above & Beyond” – www.p21.org Selecting what to share prompts you to think about your work and what you are learning
  • 8. Narrate Your Work Image from “Above & Beyond” – www.p21.org Sharing lets others better know you, your work and what you are trying to achieve
  • 9. Narrate Your Work Image from “Above & Beyond” – www.p21.org Narration creates an archive of ideas and solutions you can return to for inspiration
  • 10. Narrate Your Work Image from “Above & Beyond” – www.p21.org Narration opens the door to new knowledge, new relationships and new opportunities for partnership and collaboration
  • 11. What to Narrate  How to perform common tasks  Problems solved  Challenges overcome  Ideas for improvement  New tasks and knowledge  Successes
  • 12. Where to Narrate  Where you are or can become comfortable  Where content can be tagged  Where content can be categorized  Where content can be searched  Where content can be openly shared with others
  • 13. Pinterest
  • 14. Blog
  • 15. Tumblr
  • 16. Twitter
  • 17. Diigo
  • 18. LinkedIn
  • 19. Google+
  • 20. Next Steps  Write down 3 things you plan to do to get started narrating your work. todaysmeet.com/ndsushareknowledge
  • 21. Questions