Learning in landscapes of practiceknowledge and knowledgeability<br />Etienne Wenger<br />November 10, 2010, Utrecht<br />
What does a flower know …<br />… about being     a flower?<br />
What does a computer know …<br />… about being                        a flower?<br />
Meaningful learningparticipation and reification<br />meaningfulness<br />participation<br />reification<br />practice<br />
A community of practice is ...<br />… a self-governed learning partnership among people, who<br /><ul><li>  share challeng...
  interact regularly
  learn from and with each other</li></ul>	improve their ability to do what they care about<br />          In gangs… <br /...
Different from training<br />learning as partnership<br />Provider<br />Negotiation of<br />mutual relevance <br />Recipie...
Professional developmentpractice and practitioners<br />professionaldevelopment<br />developingthe profession<br />develop...
A complex landscape of practicea (social) body of knowledge<br />Teaching<br />Professional<br />body<br />Researchdiscipl...
Competing views of practicecommunities and boundaries<br />Regulatory<br />body<br />Teaching<br />Researchdiscipline 1<br...
Vertical and horizontal accountabilitytwo simutaneous        trends<br />Vertical accountability…<br />Hierarchy<br />In...
A complexifying landscape of practicenew entrants and contenders<br />NGO’s<br />Open curriculum<br />Regulatory<br />body...
Knowledgeability as the modulation of identificationaccountability and expressibility<br />A shift in the burden of identi...
Distinct carriers of knowledgeabilitypractice and identity<br />
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OWD2010 - 6 - Knowledgeability in landscapes of practice: from curriculum to identity - Etienne Wenger

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