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    OWD2010 - 6 - Knowledgeability in landscapes of practice: from curriculum to identity - Etienne Wenger OWD2010 - 6 - Knowledgeability in landscapes of practice: from curriculum to identity - Etienne Wenger Presentation Transcript

    • Learning in landscapes of practiceknowledge and knowledgeability
      Etienne Wenger
      November 10, 2010, Utrecht
    • What does a flower know …
      … about being a flower?
    • What does a computer know …
      … about being a flower?
    • Meaningful learningparticipation and reification
      meaningfulness
      participation
      reification
      practice
    • A community of practice is ...
      … a self-governed learning partnership among people, who
      • share challenges, passion or interest
      • interact regularly
      • learn from and with each other
      improve their ability to do what they care about
      In gangs…
      they learn to survive on the streets
      In organizations…
      they provide better service to clients
    • Different from training
      learning as partnership
      Provider
      Negotiation of
      mutual relevance
      Recipient
    • Professional developmentpractice and practitioners
      professionaldevelopment
      developingthe profession
      developing
      professionals
      communities
      of practice
    • A complex landscape of practicea (social) body of knowledge
      Teaching
      Professional
      body
      Researchdiscipline 1
      Regulatory
      body
      Researchdiscipline 2
      WorkplaceB
      WorkplaceA
      Profession I
      Profession II
      Service recipientB
      Service recipentA
    • Competing views of practicecommunities and boundaries
      Regulatory
      body
      Teaching
      Researchdiscipline 1
      boundaryprojects
      boundaryobjects
      Professional
      body
      Researchdiscipline 2
      broker
      WorkplaceB
      WorkplaceA
      peripheralaccess
      Profession I
      Profession II
      boundary practices
      Service recipientB
      Service recipentA
    • Vertical and horizontal accountabilitytwo simutaneous trends
      Vertical accountability…
      Hierarchy
      Institutionalized accountability Evidence-based prescription Codification and regulationStandards of qualification
      Horizontal accountability…Communities and networks Peer-to-peer learningPersonal meaning Engagement and creativity Individual identity/reputation
      CoP
    • A complexifying landscape of practicenew entrants and contenders
      NGO’s
      Open curriculum
      Regulatory
      body
      Google
      Teaching
      Researchdiscipline 1
      Informalcommunities
      boundaryprojects
      boundaryobjects
      Professional
      body
      Researchdiscipline 2
      Professional networks
      broker
      WorkplaceB
      Wikipedia
      WorkplaceA
      peripheralaccess
      Topical
      websites
      Profession I
      Profession II
      Social networks
      Twitterers
      boundary practices
      Service recipientB
      Bloggers
      Service recipentA
      Client
      communities
    • Knowledgeability as the modulation of identificationaccountability and expressibility
      A shift in the burden of identity development
    • Distinct carriers of knowledgeabilitypractice and identity
    • The 21st century will be the century of identity
      The future of learningfrom knowledge to knowledgeability
      If you are going to be a driving force in the strategic remaking of the landscape of learning and innovation…
      … how can your community help address this emerging learning challenge for both teachers and students?
    • Thank you!
      Etienne Wenger
      etienne@ewenger.com
      www.ewenger.com