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EON Foundation Summit

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2006, Waiheke Island, New Zealand

2006, Waiheke Island, New Zealand


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  • 1. “The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” - Alan Kay
  • 2. The future seldom looks like we expect it to…
  • 3. Or hope…
  • 4. The future is often imagined within existing paradigms…
  • 5. And yes, the future is written in the present…
  • 6. But hints often come from surprising corners… Pop culture…
  • 7. Sub-culture…
  • 8. Technological innovations…
  • 9. Early adoption…
  • 10. Apparently bad ideas…
  • 11. Perhaps just before their time…
  • 12. So what does our present say about our future?
  • 13. Where are people learning the most?
  • 14. The face of work is changing
  • 15. Knowledge workers…
  • 16. What skills do we need? How do we learn them?
  • 17. What about schools?
  • 18. The OECD Competencies  Managing Self  Relating to Others  Belonging (Participating and Contributing)  Using Knowledge and Information  Using Language/Symbols and Texts
  • 19. Key questions…  What technologies/trends in our present should we pay attention to?  Where is learning happening?  Where are kids/people developing the compentencies?  Where/how could they develop these competencies, either formally or informally?
  • 20. An example… We most often learn without meaning to…
  • 21. Social play is particularly good for learning…
  • 22. Even single player games are often played cooperatively
  • 23. Because games have always been primarily social…
  • 24. Collateral learning…
  • 25. City of Heroes: A massively multiplayer online game (MMOG)
  • 26. Key competencies: language/symbols and texts, relating to others
  • 27. Key competencies: relating to others/managing self
  • 28. Key competencies: managing information, language, symbols, text
  • 29. Key competencies: Belonging/contributing, language, symbols, text
  • 30. Let’s Imagine!