online: increasingexpectation to work, learn and study anywhere / anytime
networked: the world of work is increasinglycollaborative, giving rise to reﬂection about the way student projects are structured
crowdsourcingIceland crowdsources its nextconstitution. (2011)“The public sees the constitution come intobeing before their eyes … This is verydifferent from old times where constitutionmakers sometimes found it better to ﬁndthemselves a remote spot out of sight, outof touch.”Thorvaldur Gylfason(Member of Icelands constitutional council.)http://wapo.st/ya4Zj1
cloud based: technology is increasingly cloud- based, decentralised = shift in control
the community is waking-upweb as participatory platform:‘us-ness’ | community | connect | network | share
what would education look like if it resembledthe culture?
new media – new learningNew media forms have altered how youth socialise and learn.Implications for schools and teaching: digital virtual pedagogy pedagogy social learning
the internet landscape matters in education what’s important: the properties and dynamics of the internet landscape – not the tools – and how to evolve with them
21st Century Education Rethinking the who, what, where & when of learning. From prescriptive to connective practices. The delivery & distribution of learning. Who participates in the learning process.21st Century Education Diverse learning spaces.
the missing links – Technology demands a totallydifferent approach to instructional design andpedagogy.It requires new skills from both teacher and student.