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Major Trends of Education in Information Society

  1. 1. MAJOR TRENDS OF EDUCATION IN INFORMATION SOCIETY Culturological approach ILYA LEVIN Haifa University seminar 14.11.2012 1Wednesday, 14November, 12
  2. 2. OUTLINE • Introduction • Space of culture • Social, Technological and Spiritual cultures • Culture of Information Society • Social Media • Data intensive Science • Personal Identity Online • LearningEnvironment of Postindustrial School • Conclusions 2Wednesday, 14November, 12
  3. 3. SPACE OF CULTURE Three-dimensional model 3Wednesday, 14November, 12
  4. 4. SPACE OF CULTURE •Cognitive axis - knowledge •Values axis - ideas •Regulative axis - rules 4Wednesday, 14November, 12
  5. 5. SPACE OF CULTURE values axis regulative axis is ax i ti ve gn co 5Wednesday, 14November, 12
  6. 6. TYPES (PLANES) OF CULTURE •Spiritual Culture •Social Culture •Technological Culture 6Wednesday, 14November, 12
  7. 7. SPACE OF CULTURE values Social al ir itu Sp regulative iti ve o gn c Technological 7Wednesday, 14November, 12
  8. 8. CULTURE IN INFORMATION SOCIETY Social Media Personal Identity Online Social values al ir itu Sp regulative itive gn co Data Intensive Technological Science 8Wednesday, 14November, 12
  9. 9. DEFINITIONS Neutral Value-laden Use of Web applications supporting creation of user- New way of forming Social Media generated content social consciousness Data- Data growing faster then Fourth paradigm of Intensive technology science Science Personal Ability of websites to Personal identity distinguish one individual Identity formed in from another Online cyberspace 9Wednesday, 14November, 12
  10. 10. SOCIAL MEDIA Social Culture of Postindustrial Society 10Wednesday, 14November, 12
  11. 11. SOCIAL MEDIA • Crowd based thinking • Cult of amateur • Self-organization of the net • Neutrality of the net • Crisis of capitalism. New democracy • Information literacy. Security awareness. Security education. • Manuel Castells, Yuhai Benkler, Clay Shirky, Andrew Keen, Nicholas CarrWednesday, 14November, 12
  12. 12. DOES THE INTERNET MAKE YOU SMARTER? CARR - SHIRKY DISPUTE Nicholas Carr Clay Shirky 12Wednesday, 14November, 12
  13. 13. CULT OF AMATEUR? KEEN - SHIRKY DISPUTE Andrew Keen Clay ShirkyWednesday, 14November, 12
  14. 14. WHETHER THE MOST INFLUENTIAL SITES ON THE INTERNET WILL BE PEER-PRODUCED OR PRICE-INCENTIVIZED? CARR–BENKLER WAGER Nicholas Carr Yochai Benkler 14Wednesday, 14November, 12
  15. 15. MARX IS BACK? 15Wednesday, 14November, 12
  16. 16. DATA-INTENSIVE SCIENCE The Fourth Paradigm of Science - Technological Culture of Postindustrial Society 16Wednesday, 14November, 12
  17. 17. HISTORY OF COMPUTING !"#$%&"(%)*+$,"+"-. 9+0034%18*%+4":$8 9+4)30&$":$8 >?@A)6 >?DA) >??A) .+78,EC8%4$80&) B9":$8 • /$+0"1+023*%4561&4*$%1"*+"78*861&4*$%1 • 9+4)30&$":$8;"%4*&$81%45<"1+44&1*%=%*,"847"811&)) © 2011 Babak Falsafi 17Wednesday, 14November, 12
  18. 18. DATA GROWING FASTER THEN TECHNOLOGY Terabytes*(=*1012 bytes)*of*Data* 1200 • Commerce%entirely% Technology*Growth data9driven 1000 (Moore’s*law) • Science%handling% 800 Top*Ten*Data* massive%data Warehouse*size • Companies% 600 spending%$$$%to% 400 collect/analyze%data • Personalized% 200 computing 0 1998%%%2000%%%%2002%%%2004%%%2006%%%2008%%%2010%%%2012 18Wednesday, 14November, 12
  19. 19. ALL ABOUT ACCESSING DATA !"#$%&%&()*"%+,,-$$./0%1&"&2 Data Centers !"#$%&!#($)*+, 19Wednesday, 14November, 12
  20. 20. SCIENCE PARADIGMS I. Empirical Science II. Theoretical Science III.Computer based Science IV.Data Intensive Science 20Wednesday, 14November, 12
  21. 21. THE FOURTH PARADIGM: DATA-INTENSIVE SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY The speed at which any given scientific discipline advances depends on how well its researchers collaborate with one another and with technologists in areas of e-Science such as: databases, visualization and cloud computing. 21Wednesday, 14November, 12
  22. 22. SCIENCE AS THE VALUE From XX to XXI century 22Wednesday, 14November, 12
  23. 23. SCIENCE IN XX CENTURY 23Wednesday, 14November, 12
  24. 24. VALUES DILEMMA ? 24Wednesday, 14November, 12
  25. 25. PERSONAL IDENTITY ONLINE Spiritual Culture of Postindustrial Society 25Wednesday, 14November, 12
  26. 26. PERSONAL IDENTITY ONLINE •Info-sphere. Personal database. Interaction of Info- spheres •Personality in Cyberspace. Multi-personality, false personality, trust. Ubiquity in space and in time. Smart device vs. book. •Context awareness. Different points of view on info-sphere. Permanently updatable 26Wednesday, 14November, 12
  27. 27. EPISTEMOLOGY OF INFORMATION SOCIETY Seymour Papert Luciano Floridi (born 1928) (born 1964)Wednesday, 14November, 12
  28. 28. HISTORICAL FORMS OF ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE •Direct observation •Indirect observation. Acceleration •Indirect observation. Energy transforming •Indirect observation. Information transforming •Social epistemology. Data intensive learning 28Wednesday, 14November, 12
  29. 29. HISTORICAL FORMS OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS •Preindustrial Society - Personal Education •Industrial Society - Class/Lesson. Socialization •From ~1980 - Computer Micro-worlds Personalization •Postindustrial Society - Socialized Educational Environments (Education 2.0) 29Wednesday, 14November, 12
  30. 30. ... BUT STILL: WHAT IS THE POSTINDUSTRIAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT?Wednesday, 14November, 12
  31. 31. New Learning Environment?Wednesday, 14November, 12
  32. 32. INFO-SPHERE - PERSONAL MICRO-WORLD •Ubiquity in space and in time •Context awareness •Social nature •Mutability. UnexpectednessWednesday, 14November, 12
  33. 33. CONCLUSIONS • Changes in technology and in in education has to be considered as connected with three types of culture - spiritual, social and technological • There are three contemporary phenomena corresponding to the three types of culture: Social Media, Data Intensive Science and Personal Identity Online • Social consciousness is formed in Social web • Science becomes data-intensive changing drastically the concept of Science Education • Personal Identity is formed in Cyberspace in addition to real identity • Personal Info-sphere becomes the core of new educational environment • Education 2.0 well corresponds to cultural trends of the Postindustrial Society 33Wednesday, 14November, 12
  34. 34. EDUCATION 2.0 Education of the era of Web 2.0 34Wednesday, 14November, 12
  35. 35. WEB 2.0 PIO Social Media Data Intensive Interactivity Sociality Mash up 35Wednesday, 14November, 12
  36. 36. WEB 2.0 • Interactivity • Web is a mediator between users but not an information store • Dynamic improvement •Sociality •Creation of communities •Personal status support •Syndication (Mash-up) •Hierarchal integration of services •Exponential grow of data 36Wednesday, 14November, 12
  37. 37. EDUCATION 2.0 PIO Social Media Data Intensive Subjecthood Collaboration Redundancy 37Wednesday, 14November, 12
  38. 38. EDUCATION 2.0 • Subjecthood • Personalized Knowledge vs. Standard Curriculum • Subjectiveness of Content • Collaboration • Teacher as a partner. Leader vs. driver • Personal, naturally formed, multidimensional status of a participant • Redundancy • Variety of knowledge sources. Personal way of learning • Role of teacher as an organizer of students activities but not as a provider of the content 38Wednesday, 14November, 12
  39. 39. WEB VS. EDUCATION 2.0 Data PIO Social Media Intensive Web 2.0 Interactivity Sociality Mash up Education 2.0 Subjecthood Collaboration Redundancy 39Wednesday, 14November, 12

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