7. Your metaphors change how you seeAffected by;•Cultural Context•Values•Meaning•PurposeWhat Metaphors are you designing for?
8. Active & KnowledgeableNew MetaphorsThree Current Projects• WikiQuals; Participative Education for Participative Democracy (myBias)• Ambient Learning City; Creating extra- institutional contexts for learning• Emergent Learning Model; Using EU Policy to redesign the Future of Learning
9. Old but from the futureThree Old Projects with new metaphors Three Old Projects with new metaphorsCreekside Education Trust; an NGO promoting TrustenvironmentalEducation Trust; urban ecology • Creekside education thru an NGO promoting environmental education thru urban ecologyTaLENT; A A Community Grid for Learning • TaLENT; Community Grid for Learningteaching teachers how toto usethe Internet teaching teachers how use Internet • Citizen Connects; A local governmentCitizen Connects; A digitalgovernment initiative to promote local citizenshipinitiative to promote digital citizenship
10. Change; the Rule of Threes• Do it as you are told (DO)• Modify what you did last time (REFLECT)• Change what you did completely (CHANGE) OR Fail fast & Fail often & Learn from your experience
11. Brief from Vlad on New Projects• Don’t Invent a new Facebook• We did in 2001 Cybrarian working prototype• UK Govt – DfES REJECTED IT! Why?• The New Metaphor didn’t exist; The term social network did not exist then• lastfridaymob; What is “Public Technology”Creative/Interactive/Participative
12. Learner-Generated Contexts• But Public Technology group did not work• “Let’s reconfigure as a Research Group”• Don’t reinvent Facebook!• OK! So what’s next? From Access to Content to Context;• So design for the social context you want“a coincidence of motivations leading to agile configurations”
13. The Open Context Model of LearningPedagogy; subjects, facts, teaching, cognitionAndragogy; collaboration, negotiation, meta-cognitionHeutagogy; research, creativity, epistemic cognition
14. P A H Teacher Teacher/ Learner Learner School Adult ResearchCognition Meta- Epistemic Cognition Cognition
15. Heutagogy & InnovationHeutagogy creates new metaphors;• moving criteria across contexts• Interdisciplinary; learning from & working with other disciplines• creating the (participatory) future
16. Collaboration not LeadershipGroup Genius how creative teams work;1) Innovation Emerges Over Time;2) Successful Collaborative Teams Practice Deep Listening;3) Team members build on their collaborators’ ideas;4) Only afterwards does the meaning of each idea become clear;5) Surprising Questions Emerge6) Innovation is Inefficient;7) Innovation Emerges From The Bottom Up;New Metaphors need new collaborations
17. Transformative Creativity“Transformative creativity results when a group thinks of a new way to frame a problem” Keith Sawyer in Group GeniusBottom Up?; use participatory design principles or participative curationDesign for appropriation, design for the network, design for new use states“Solve the problem that *annoys* you most” Philippa Young
18. Some thoughts on CollaborationI believe in collaborations because I have been involved in manyKeep the organising group small (<12)Keep the delivery group small (<150)Design for “organised complexity”Allow for emergence (non-linear dynamic systems)Develop new metaphors / new collaborations / new partnerships
19. How to be SuccessfulDO StuffDiscussReflectCHANGE Together
20. A Way of Conquering Europe?
21. Is your metaphor;• A Connection•A System•A Way forward• AmbitiousWho are your Metaphors for?
22. My ideas / Your ideas@fredgarnettComments, text & links; http://crosquals.wordpress.comIdeas; http://www.slideshare.net/fredgarnett/Blog; http://heutagogicarchive.wordpress.com/Future Ideas; NeXT-2021Email; firstname.lastname@example.org
23. Everything is a MetaphorA talk by @fredgarnettFor @crosroThe #restartedu ImaginariumBucharest, Romania, February 2012“Hello Budapest” <might be a joke…