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This presentation was created to support a workshop I gave at *Learning in the New Decade*, a Pro-D event sponsored by School District 71, Comox Valley, British Columbia on February 8, 2010. …

This presentation was created to support a workshop I gave at *Learning in the New Decade*, a Pro-D event sponsored by School District 71, Comox Valley, British Columbia on February 8, 2010.

See more resources related to this presentation at: http://couros.wikispaces.com/sd71 .

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  1. Open & Collaborative Learning: How Social Networks Are Transforming Education Learning in the New Decade School District 71 (Comox Valley) February 2010 - by Dr. Alec Couros
  2. Who is this guy?
  3. My Blog, My Hub
  4. Photo Sharing
  5. Video Sharing
  6. Social Network Services
  7. Content Sharing
  8. Copyleft
  9. “Web 2.0 tools that might allow academics to reflect and reimagine what they do as scholars. Such tools might positively affect -- even transform - research, teaching, and services responsibilities - only if scholars choose to build serious academic lives online, presenting semi-public selves and becoming invested in and connected to the work of their peers and students.” (Greenhow, Robella, & Hughes, 2009)
  10. social networks & media
  11. Social Networks • redefine communities, friends, citizenship, identity, presence, privacy, publics, geography. • enable learning, communication, sharing, connections, collaboration, community. • networks form around shared interests & objects.
  12. A Connected Reality
  13. Old World Networks
  14. Mario Couros
  15. Mediated Reality
  16. Twitter in 60 Seconds
  17. Each technology creates a new environment. The old environment becomes content for the new environment. The effects of media come from their form not their content.
  18. David Wiley (Brigham Young University) Then vs Now Analog Digital Tethered Mobile Isolated Connected Generic Personal Consumption Creating @opencontent Closed Open
  19. David Wiley (Brigham Young University) Education vs Everyday Analog Digital Tethered Mobile Isolated Connected Generic Personal Consumption Creating @opencontent Closed Open
  20. The Way We Were
  21. Rise of the PLN
  22. trust
  23. easy trust
  24. humankind is mostly good
  25. View on Society?
  26. The Web as Random Acts of Kindness (TED Talk) @zittrain • Technical infrastructure of the web. • Wikipedia’s content & form • ‘Hitchhiking’ exists through Internet-facilitated kindness, collaboration, & sharing.
  27. The Machine is (Changing) Us (Personal Democracy Forum) • Inspired by McLuhan’s “We shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us.” • Youtube & other social media mitigate “connection without constraint”. In many cases this leaves to “tremendously deep communities”. @mwesch
  28. Heroes for our Mediated Culture
  29. educators and trust
  30. via @mcleod
  31. via @shareski
  32. i can haz internetz
  33. learners and trust
  34. Living & Learning with Social Media (Penn State address) Teens are not connecting in the ways we fear. But, we need to pay attention to: •Properties: persistence, replicability, searchability, scalability, (de)locatability. •Dynamics: invisible audiences, @zephoria collapsed contexts, blurring of public & private spaces
  35. “Kyle Doyle is not going to work today, f*** it, I’m still trashed SICKIE WOO.” “Cisco just offered me a job! Now I have to weigh the utility of a fatty paycheck against the daily commute to San Jose and hating the work.”
  36. Bassman_Sean (Scotland) • Scottish teen who participates in my open, online grad course. • Creative, motivated, independent, connected, respectful, cognizant and intentional in managing his digital identity. @bassman_sean
  37. Sociality
  38. Disruptive Forms
  39. in practice
  40. Grade One - Expert Visits @kathycassidy
  41. Grade Five - Choir on Youtube
  42. Grade Six - Global Connections @zbpipe
  43. Grade Seven/Eight - Class Branding @glassbeed
  44. Beaver Country Day School - mashUp
  45. EC&I 831 -Non-Credit
  46. pay attention to ...
  47. Access
  48. open content, access, publication, accreditation Accessible Knowledge how we view learning - institutional & informal
  49. Surveillance Society
  50. Power & Control
  51. Ubiquity
  52. Real Time Web
  53. RT Search
  54. RT Collaboration
  55. RT Streaming
  56. Social Reading
  57. Trusted Groups
  58. New Roles for Educators
  59. Professional Identities
  60. Professional Development Gone Wild!
  61. Thinning Walls Private Public Closed Open
  62. The Big Ideas • Learning networks redefine how knowledge is created, distributed & managed. • Informal educator networks are becoming increasingly important and will redefine teaching, learning, and ProD. • The future of learning is open, connected, & social.
  63. Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in another time. ~Tagore web: couros.ca twitter: courosa google: couros alec.couros@uregina.ca

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