Future of-education

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Entrepreneurial learners
Informal learning
Participatory web
Learning for what?
What dish are we preparing?

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  • Warm up for Jean-Marc Chaput Si quelqu’un parle dexu langues, il s’appelle bi-linge =lang Si quelqu’un parle trois langes, il s’appelle tri-linge. Alors, comment-on appelle quelqu’un qui parle seulement une lange? Americain.
  • Future society needs people who can address complex and fuzzy problems from different angles and come up with unexpected solutions. Acquiring content as the main goal of education will be less important, replaced instead by meaning and relevance.
  • Future of-education

    1. 1. internetInternet Private netPrivate net Partner netPartner net Worker/ learner Co-creating knowledge Consuming knowledge Conversation Searching Customers, partners Learnscape
    2. 2. Participatory Education Future of Education June 7, 2007
    3. 3. Ingredients Entrepreneurial learners Informal learning Participatory web Learning for what? What dish are we preparing?
    4. 4. Homo Zappiens Active processors of information Skilled problem solvers Effective communicators Network with friends See school as largely irrelevant Want control of what they do Short attention span, hyperactivity Learns via human and technical networks Homo zappiens are digital School is analog
    5. 5. 5 Free range learners Free-range learners choose how and what they learn. Self-service is less expensive and more timely than the alternative. Informal learning has no need for the busywork, chrome, and bureaucracy that accompany typical corporate training. Less is more.
    6. 6. Informal Learning
    7. 7. 7 Nodes Top-down Distributed How Networks Evolve as communication costs drop
    8. 8. 8 Human Governance Bands Kingdoms Democracies
    9. 9. 9 Business Single Proprietors Franchises Business Webs
    10. 10. 10 Learning One-on-one Classroom Informal
    11. 11. How people learn their jobs
    12. 12. Participatory web Community
    13. 13. Participatory web culture Web 2.0 culture: Pull School culture: Push learner-driven instructor-driven Process focus Event focus Content defined by learner’s perception of need Content mandated by others’ perception of need Relationships, conversation Courses, workshops ACTIVE PASSIVE
    14. 14. “Communities of practice are the shop floor of human capital, the place where the stuff gets made.” Tom Stewart
    15. 15. Anthony Bourdain
    16. 16. truffe
    17. 17. What if? • Teacher communities • Administrator communities • Student communities • School/real world communities • Cross-cultural communities
    18. 18. Lab Storyteller Lounge Discussion Classroom
    19. 19. Lab Storyteller Lounge Discussion Forum Classroom
    20. 20. Lab Storyteller Lounge Discussion Forum Classroom Web 2.0 Media player Skype Threaded discussion Wiki Community site & IM Blogs Collaboration tools Web
    21. 21. Learning for what? • Address complex and fuzzy problems • Provide multiple perspectives • Identifying relevance (Making connections) • Join in conversation and communities • Adapt to accelerating change • Making sense of the world
    22. 22. What sort of stew do we want to make?
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    24. 24. internetInternet Private netPrivate net Partner netPartner net Worker/ learner Co-creating knowledge Consuming knowledge Conversation Searching Customers, partners Learnscape

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