Part 2 global learning framework by richard close

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Part 2 global learning framework by richard close

  1. 1. Part 2: GlobalGlobal Learning Framework™Framework of the… Global L iLearning Framework™ CourseCourse. By Richard C. Close The Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. http://globallearningframework.ning.com By Richard C. Close Global Learning Framework™ Personal Learning Framework™ Transformative Learning Framework™,  Micro Learning Paths© are a Copyright 2009‐14 Richard C. Close No version can be reproduced in any format without written permission from author  Web Education System™ is a Trademark of  BASCOM Inc.
  2. 2. Is Global Democracy in Learning  blPossible? Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   http://www.youthforhumanrights.org/what‐are‐human‐rights/videos/right‐to‐democracy.html
  3. 3. Speaker Richard C Close CEO‐Servant  Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. – 3 years GEC &STEMx speaker 30+ year Corp Learning and– 30+ year Corp Learning and  NGO markets – Developer of the Global  Learning Framework™ – Developer UNESCO seeded “I  am Africa. This is my story… – K‐12 and Poverty Methods – Author developer– Author, developer,  photographer consultant – Community: htt // l b ll i fhttp://globallearningframewor k.ning.com – riclose@richardclose.com Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  4. 4. Agenda Part 2: Global Learning Framework • Colonial Academic System • Organic tribal learning • Global bypass learning• Global bypass learning • Nature of context in systems • Finding truth in disinformation • Situation vs Subject Learning • Frameworks • Micro Learning Paths™g • Collaborative Learning Global Learning  Framework(TM • Worksheets at:Worksheets at:  http://globallearningframework.ning.com  Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Copyright RClose Kenya 2007
  5. 5. Micro Learning Paths Personal  Global Change DiscoverProblem Adopt ShareCollaborate Change Global Learning Framework™ Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Global Learning Framework
  6. 6. Why a Global Learning Framework© ? K l d f Lack ofKnowledge of  farming =  prosperity Lack of  knowledge of  farming = death Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   http://earth.jsc.nasa.gov
  7. 7. Knowledge Liberates f iAfrican Women • Entrepreneurs • Teachers• Teachers • Leaders • PastorsPastors • Equals Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  8. 8. The Global Learning Framework™ is…  l l d d lColonial and Industrial Heresies 1. Global 2. Collaborative 3 By passes academia3. By passes academia 4. By pass class status 5 I local and global at5. I local and global at same time 6. And the Web’s business model Yet it is simply what is Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Yet… it is simply what is happening right now
  9. 9. Industrial “One-to-Many” Model Industrial  Authoritarian  Instruction One Way  Model Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  10. 10. Is Industrial L i leLearning purely about “Workforce Productivity?”y Have we becomeHave we become “Knowledge Workers” stuck inWorkers stuck in a 1929 Sci-Fi M i ? Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Movie?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x_37i79QGg&featur e=relatedCopy right F. W. Murnau Foundation
  11. 11. Industrial “One-to-Many” eLearning Select Group of Content  Expert Developers Industrial  Authoritarian  Instruction Expert Developers Learning Management  System One Way  Model y Worker Bee Worker Bee Worker Bee Worker Bee Worker Bee Worker Bee Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  12. 12. When technology is just another colonial school-in-the-box Ah…Very Stable ,  secure,  authoritarian and  in control Learning Management Web Content Management System Wiki Tool SCORM Blog Tool Perfect for  Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Content Courses “Drill and Kill”
  13. 13. How do we get out of the i d t i lindustrial dictatorial, IndexedIndexed, wrote learning and exceedingly boringand exceedingly boring education box? Hmmm I’m not sure ifHmmm…I m not sure if I’m ready for this. Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  14. 14. GLF Principle: Knowledge is tribal We are pack animalsp With technology Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  15. 15. We learn by packing w/ pos. influence Pack to Serve • The Team • Help • Encourage • CoachCoach • Collaborate • Leverage competence • Strife builds characterStrife builds character • Manage life • Built on successes • Hope of a better future• Hope of a better future • Prosperity Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  16. 16. We learn by packing w/ neg. influence Pack from fear – The Gang ‐ Tribe – Intimidate – Slander – Suppress – The world hates me – Leverage fear– Leverage fear – Anger – Addiction f f l– Enforced failures – Gang/tribe is family – Poverty/Crime Cycles Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   y/ y
  17. 17. Or we go along The Lone Wolf • Isolated • It’s about me • Rejection • No one cares • I don’t need anyone • Depression • On strife… We avoid risk   • One day at a time • Whatever attitude • What future?What future? • Just hanging out in media • Private poverty Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  18. 18. Teaching to win a video game… is teaching the big lie: • To kill • To cheat • To destroyTo destroy • Break social rules • Use magic • And die •• With noWith no consequencesconsequences Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  19. 19. “You don’t understand… I am this This(widow to Global Knowledge) lives inside of me.”( g ) Our authoritarian time of knowing more than the student is gone. Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   g g
  20. 20. ’’Tag You’re It!Tag You’re It! Web 3.0 is the human world off collaborative tools , context  by tagging Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  21. 21. Warning: Context must be Taught/Filteredg g / Junk Science d Bud Light Swear Jar: Over 3 million reads Porn Creep Junk Science Education  Selling Sugar Political Bud Light Swear Jar: Over 3 million reads  viewsReligion Cyber Zero  Regulation Cyber Crime False  Ad ertisingPR Wiki AdvertisingPR Wikis Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  22. 22. Why Filter – Hate Speech Disguised as Truth Example
  23. 23. What is Knowledge? GLF Principle: Contextual RelationshipGLF Principle: Contextual Relationship Wrapped in Non‐physical Context Knowledge ObjectKnowledge Object Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  24. 24. Knowledge without context is… uselessKnowledge without context is… useless Eugène Ionesco (1909–1994) “The knife can kill” From the play “The Lesson” The Knife (or nuclear bomb) just is…. now what we do with it is another matter. Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  25. 25. How doHow do “We” compete  with that? Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  26. 26. Perhaps we are there… When learning wentWhen learning went to the Web, something really bigsomething really big happened. Home  School  Organizations  The World Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  27. 27. Global knowledge f d i tforced us into global responsibility I never asked for that! Me  Family  Job  Community  The World Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  28. 28. GLF Principle: “Out-There Content” I’m Here Even Way HereHere Here Out HereHere HereHere Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here No Over Here Back Here Here Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Back Here
  29. 29. GLF Principle: “Out-There Web 2.0 Apps.” I’m Here Even Way HereHere Here Out HereHere HereHere Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here No Over Here Back Here Here Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Back Here
  30. 30. “Knowledge is an object / law  i l i hi i h h i ”in relationship with the universe” ‐ RC Knowledge Object + Context (Tag) RealityReality Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  31. 31. The Global Learning Framework© “Starts with a real need”Starts with a real need U l A need is futility Unless someone shares a solution y Solutions are in Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Community
  32. 32. 1927… Lindemen Theories1927… Lindemen Theories • Skills vs Meaning Science Skills vs. Meaning • Subject vs. Situations • Industry vs Humanity Technology • Industry vs. Humanity • Individual vs. Social Situation Engineering Math • Ed now vs. Job Later • Empirical vs.  (Apprentice) Math English Experiential History Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Art
  33. 33. Framework http://www.merriam‐webster.com/dictionary/framework  Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  34. 34. Can we provide a framework to facilitate personal classroom and global learning?personal, classroom and global learning? We need a Global Learning Framework™ Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share Self Contained “Local” Course and Content… me‐and‐my‐bubble Prepare Present Practice Adult  Learning Performance A P T Traditional  Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Assess Present Test eLearning
  35. 35. GLF Principle: “Micro Learning Paths™” I need to I will choose t thi I will bli h I need to know to own this knowledge publish my discovery DiscoverProblem Adopt ShareCollaborate Explore Validate Explore what else relates to this how it fits into the world Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  36. 36. Micro Learning Paths Personal  Global Change DiscoverProblem Adopt ShareCollaborate Change Global Learning Framework™ Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   Global Learning Framework
  37. 37. “We are now living within billions of collaborative “Micro Learning Paths© ” growing simultaneously, transcending time g g g y, g and space in the classroom. It’s not locked into any text book.” ‐ RC Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share Problem Discover Adopt Collabo Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share When class starts you are deep in a Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   you are deep in a  fluid world of change Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Sh
  38. 38. Web 3.0 Context is Personal Knowledge Sharingg g • This is the beginning of t h i l KM li k d ttechnical KMs linked to a purpose – How does the KO relate to me? – How does the KO relate to the community? – How does the KO relate to theHow does the KO relate to the world? I am a child in Kenya. I am in your life right now! What will you do with me? Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   with me?
  39. 39. Content QuestionsContent Questions  How is tradition and web content different?  How do learners by-pass traditional education w/ the web?  Is the majority of what we learn on demand to current situations?situations?  What are the phases of the Micro Learning Paths? Give a an example of a lesson.  Is packing and collaboration the same thing? Is packing and collaboration the same thing?  How does who we choose to pack with (learning in groups) impact our values and the decisions we make?  H d l i t th l i d h t How does your values impact the learning process and what you choose to learn?  What is the difference between knowledge and context? Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  40. 40. 10 P t f th10 Precepts of the Global Learning Framework •• All knowledge is globally connected in context.All knowledge is globally connected in context. •• All knowledge is connected in human context.All knowledge is connected in human context. •• Understanding is to love one another.Understanding is to love one another. •• We are Diversity in Unity .We are Diversity in Unity . •• We are tribal yet collaborativeWe are tribal yet collaborative•• We are tribal yet collaborative.We are tribal yet collaborative. •• We have human Rights.We have human Rights. •• When we know we are responsible.When we know we are responsible.pp •• Knowledge it to be shared.Knowledge it to be shared. •• The purpose of individual  life is to contribute to  The purpose of individual  life is to contribute to   l b l ifl b l if Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   global Life.global Life. •• The purpose of knowing is to grow the worldThe purpose of knowing is to grow the world
  41. 41. Content QuestionsContent Questions  How is tradition and web content different?  How do learners by-pass traditional education w/ the web?  Is the majority of what we learn on demand to current situations?situations?  What are the phases of the Micro Learning Paths? Give a an example of a lesson.  Is packing and collaboration the same thing? Is packing and collaboration the same thing?  How does who we choose to pack with (learning in groups) impact our values and the decisions we make?  H d l i t th l i d h t How does your values impact the learning process and what you choose to learn?  What is the difference between knowledge and context? Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  42. 42. Your Personal Context QuestionsYour Personal Context Questions  How many times a day, week year do you turn to the net for ?answers?  How much of what you do know is based on what you learned in school?  When you have a major issue how many people or web pages do When you have a major issue how many people or web pages do you look for answers?  Give an example of how you would build a lesson using a Micro Learning Path.Learning Path.  What makes the Internet fun for you?  What types of web sites and communities do you visit and why?  How does what you value impact what you choose and do? How does what you value impact what you choose and do?  How do you discover if something presented to you is true or not? Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  43. 43. Where are you going?Where are you going? Successfully CompletedSuccessfully Completed  Introduction to Global Learning Framework™  h Gl b l i k The Global Learning Framework™ Keep Going  The Personal Learning Framework™  The Transformative Framework™ The Transformative Framework  The Learning Center Framework™ Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.  
  44. 44. Questions By Richard  C. Close The Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. N Milf d CT 06776New Milford, CT 06776 rclose@richardclose.info Twitter: richardcclose Global Learning Framework  Community Chrysalis Campaign. Inc. Site: http://globallearningframework.ning.comp //g g g Micro Learning Paths™, Global Learning Framework™, Personal  Learning Framework™.  Transformative Learning Framework ™  are Trademarks 2011 ‐ 2014 Richard C. Close  Web Education  System, My Web Library are Trademark s of Bascom, Inc.  www bascom com Space Images Copyright NASA Africa andwww.bascom.com Space Images Copyright NASA.  Africa and  Brooklyn, NY photography copyright 2007‐11  Richard C. Close More information at richardcclose.blogspot.com   Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. In a US non‐stock holding company. UNESCO S d t t lli t l t Global Learning Framework© Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close, No version can be reproduced in any format.   UNESCO Seed storytelling portal at: http://this‐is‐my‐story.ning.com

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