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Presentation by Peter Norman Levesque to the 2014 Canadian School Boards Association Congress in Niagara Falls Canada.

Presentation by Peter Norman Levesque to the 2014 Canadian School Boards Association Congress in Niagara Falls Canada.

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    What happens when the device disappears csba 2014 What happens when the device disappears csba 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • What happens when the device disappears? Learning when technology is just part of the ecology? Speaker: Peter Norman Levesque President, Institute for Knowledge Mobilization Organization: Canadian School Boards' Association Niagara Falls
    • Do we have data overload or filter failure? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 2
    • Acceleration and Amplification 35 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • Big Data 4 Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data — so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This data comes from everywhere: sensors used to gather climate information, posts to social media sites, digital pictures and videos, purchase transaction records, and cell phone GPS signals to name a few. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • How did we get here? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 5
    • Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 And are we having the needed impact in education? 5 June 2014 6
    • Are we still Hunting and Gathering? 7 Never in human history have we hunted for so much data, information and knowledge. Never in human history have we gathered so much that is useful but not used. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • 4000 BCE 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 8
    • 3000 BCE 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 9
    • 200 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 10
    • 1450 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 11
    • 1792 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 12
    • 1876 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 13
    • 1897 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 14
    • 1929 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 15
    • 1939 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 16
    • Post WWII research expanded significantly 17 1945 2000 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • 1958 - 1969 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 18 Advanced Research Projects Agency created Ten years later, creates the first computer network
    • 1959 - 1971 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 19 1959 - Peter Drucker coins the term “knowledge worker“ 1962 - Everett Rogers publishes “Diffusion of Innovation” 1971 - Ray Tomlinson, of BBN sent the first network e-mail
    • 1980 - 1993 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 20 1982 -"The Computer" was named Machine of the Year by Time Magazine 1991 - Tim Berners-Lee invents the “World Wide Web” 1993 – Mosaic Browser popularizes the Web
    • Ray Kurzweil 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 21 "When I was a student at MIT, we all shared one computer and it took up a whole building. The computer in your cell phone today is a million times cheaper and a thousand times more powerful. What now fits in your pocket 25 years from now will fit into a blood cell and will again be millions of times more cost effective."
    • Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Access on “Steroids” 5 June 2014 22
    • Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Google Glass 5 June 2014 23
    • Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Nanotech Cancer Treatment 5 June 2014 24
    • Over – Consumption? 25 Email: 144 billion email per day worldwide. Websites: 624 million Users: 2.4 billion Mobile: 6.7 billion mobile subscriptions Twitter: 175 million tweets daily average Facebook: 1+ billion users Google: 1.2 trillion searches annually YouTube: 4 billion hours/month of video watched Youth: spend less time watching TV (60%) and more time online (600%) 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • Data and information is for processing. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 26
    • It becomes knowledge when it has a social life. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 27
    • Education is a socialization process. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 28
    • How are we thinking about education? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 29
    • How are we thinking about learning? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 30
    • How are we thinking about technology? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 31
    • Significant shift in thinking about research impact Passive push (until 1970s+) Push harder (1990s+) Partner & pull (2000+) • Dissemination via traditional journals, conferences • Focus on implementation, e.g. performance feedback • Linkage & exchange, e.g. joint production 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 32
    • Decisions are a complex calculus 33 Philip Davies, Is Evidence-Based Government Possible? Jerry Lee Lecture 2004, Washington, DC Evidence Experience Judgement Resources Values Habits Traditions Lobbyists Pressure Groups Pragmatics Contingency Emotions Other Factors 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • 34 Systems Thinking and Knowledge Mobilization Now What: Decisions, Directions, Actions So What: Meaning, Analysis, Interpretation What: Data, Information, Description, Stories MULTIPLE INPUTS FROM RESEARCH, PRACTICE, EXPERIENCE, CULTURE Innovation Supporting Infrastructure Initiatives Incentives to Share between Levels Value Creation Programs Policies Priorities Processes Practice Products Perspectives Procedures Possibilities People Skills 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 35 And beyond the common process of standardization or “herding cats” 5 June 2014
    • Core organizational process 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 36 Vision Mission Goals Strategy Tactics Outputs Outcomes Impacts
    • Core of Value Creation is Conversation 375 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
    • Increasing the scale of implementation 385 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Trends we are watching – Communities of Practice – Social Network Analysis – Data Visualization – Mobile and geo-location – Crowdsourcing data – Crowd-funding projects – Gamification
    • We need to be creative: In order to create the “ideal” future, you need a lot of ideas from which to choose otherwise the future tends to look like a linear extension of what already exists. Or If you want to know what the future is, be part of its development. (Peter Drucker) 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 39
    • Technology Should support social processes. Not the other way around. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 40
    • Open Systems Interconnection Model (OSI) Culture • Capacity • Content • Computers • Connectivity • Construction • Coordination 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 41
    • Culture of the school and classroom to support innovative use of learning tech 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 42
    • Capability of teachers to use technology to help every student learn 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 43
    • Curriculum, courseware, & continuous assessment that deliver knowledge and skills to students, that build relationships between teachers and students, and that provide meaningful and timely feedback to students, teachers, and parents. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 44
    • Computing devices to reliably and effectively deliver the curriculum, courseware, and continuous assessment. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 45
    • Connectivity to reliably link students to other students, students to teachers, and students to both their local community and the wider world. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 46
    • Co-ordination of changes to laws, funding, collective agreement work rules, etc. to allow schools to effectively harness the power of learning tech. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 47
    • 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 48
    • • Start with why • Consistent and ongoing conversations • Adopt a systems perspective • One “nail” at a time • “Anchor” with principles and values • Fail fast and move to next iteration • Adapt and adopt from other sectors • Focus on the social – the tech will change 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 49
    • Contact information (613) 552-2725 peter@knowledgemobilization.net www.knowledgemobilization.net @peterlevesque Fairmont Chateau Laurier 1 Rideau Street, Suite 700 Ottawa, ON, K1N 8S7 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 50