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  • “ There are always three things” Harvard Business School lecturer Jerry Johnson, 1972
  • context
  • Real world = ecosystem
  • What’s important: workers (not learners), people, the work, learning Learning is the work
  • Informal and social. What’s absent: schools, classrooms, lectures, curriculum, grades, degrees
  • intangibles: tacit knowledge, invisible stuff, values, innovation
  • not analysis. content de-emphasized. information/instruction
  • network
  • people are social, not logical power to the people
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    • 1.  
    • 2. Tentative Vivo Slides, September 2010 Topics Brand new world Deschooling Learning is the work Resources Send feedback to [email_address] Illich & the corporation The Rule of Threes
    • 3. Learning is the Work
    • 4. Rule of threes
    • 5. Rule of threes: Timing Beginning Middle Next
    • 6. Rule of threes: Schooling & Timing Beginning Middle Next Focus of most schooling & training
    • 7. Curriculum Rule of threes: Schooling & Context Rest of the world
    • 8. Real World Real World Real World Real World Real World School
    • 9.
      • Learnscape
      Workscape
    • 10. Rule of threes Next
    • 11. Working Smarter
    • 12. Informal & Social Learning
    • 13. The Business Case
    • 14. Tangible Value Intangible Value (Nodes) (Connections)
    • 15. Instructional Design 2.0
    • 16. Rethinking The Organization
    • 17.  
    • 18.