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Higher education: Need for priAm variate reforms, August 03-05, 2009 Organized by
Lovely School of Education, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab and supported by IMI University Centre, Luzern, Switzerland

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  • Who is Lukas Ritzel and why do i think i might be able to share with you some ideas for a school upgrade
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Yesterday To ensure we have a great, informative, website for our customers This was still all in our hands, how much manhours we wanted to give to promote our website How much time we wanted to spend to get the best website possible How much money we were willing to pay google for their pay by click offering But this all changed, almost over night, the YOU web rised, the web were everybody can participate and become part of it. As so many times it started not with business Show www.flickr.com www.youtube.com www.wikipedia.org What was special Inclusion of the crowd Free sharing (knowledge. Vdo‘s even something so intimate as weddings) 08/02/09
  • And today 2 years later... We have Web2.0 everywhere All with similar feature that change totally the way we choose our products, how we look at ads and how we even do business Now what has this all to do with your own business, your own hotel and the way on how you can get or loose your customers? 08/02/09
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Ok it worked for knowledge, but would it work for business It always starts in entertainment, in games, information and communication Then moves on to business and becomes mainstream Then the media are discussing it and then finally Even schools (at least the few good ones out there) start to realize ist potential and applying it to their class curricullum
  • www.wikipedia.com Check for „public sector“ Click on the history tab to see who and when happend changes Make sure you understand Wiki is a technology, a way of collaborating on the web Wikipedia is a product USING this technology, ist as well the inventor and the most successful wiki so far We will as well use wiki technology for one of our projects
  • It started as so many times with some 16 / 17 year old NET GEN people Not accepting or perhaps just not knowing on how it has been done the last 100 years and how it should never have changed (as they might have been told in class) They just wanted to make money, but all they had was an idea and some technical skills to build a simple website Today they are multiple millionaires, just some 3 years later
  • 08/02/09 http://threadless.com/
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • But before going into the details on how to do this or why doing it, lets see some of the key latest figures on world usage of internet and specifically social networks Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Why do active internet users matter? Social media is driven by active internet users, if you don’t use the internet regularly you a re unlikely to sign up for tools such as blogging or set up a social network profile. Active internet users drive adoption of platforms and tools; they will determine which tools and platforms become dominant in the social media space. They are the best proxy for the future, over time all internet users will increase their usage and eventually everyone will become an active users, just as consumers made the transition from occasional to regular TV watching in the 1950s and 1960s. Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • India records steady progress across the board with rising use of all social media platforms. Total penetration remains low, but among active Internet Users statistics are going in the right direction. More Indians are managing social network profiles at 78%, visiting friends’ social network pages (82%) and uploading photos – (77%). There are slight increases in the number watching videos and reading blogs up from 72.4% to 73.0% and 62.2% to 63.1% in the last six months, respectively. Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • LinkedIn is a Social Networking site for professionals. When you get back to the office tomorrow, go to LinkedIn and search for your educational institutes name. You might be surprised to see who and how many people have a profile on there. It surprised me to see that it has a high management and above membership base, means you top people, top alumni are there It almost feels like a secret club of sorts.
  • But not only social networks to link to others like you, there are many other sharing web2 enabled applications out there. One my all time favorites is slideshare
  • This one on managemen of change has been 28‘000 times viewed The current slides i present just now to you are on slideshare since 4 days and have already resulted in 90 views
  • There’s a big difference there, and I wonder how many of us the same applies to? Look at what you were using even last year compared to this year and you will see how fast both the web2.0 and enterprise2.0 landscape is moving.
  • Specially the possibilities enabled through the iphone is just incredible Actually we at IMI are so very much convinced about the added value of the iphone that we plan to get to each and every student in 2010 at imi a free iphone but not only this we will give one to each and every staff and faculty and we will make use of it in our daily campus life, we actually already now together with my class develop a cityguide for the iphone
  • That really speaks for itself, in that it’s almost mandatory for software to be web based to be classed as web2.0 or enterprise2.0. The fact that Internet Explorer is giving way to FireFox/ Chrome is interesting. Here you have an open source, slick, secure, ahead of the pack piece of software taking a big piece of Microsoft’s pie. It’s a sign of things to come. How many Microsoft apps do you see above?
  • If you look at this diagramm of what web2 stands for i think you may agree that it somehow shows as well a lot on what i important to us as educators and what we want to prepare our students for An education build on trust Rich user experiences Playful education The right to remix (means the right to take something existing and make it to something new unique As you name it in your todays conference – next slide Using the internet an attitude and not just new technology Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Singapores objective for 2009 is how singapore calls its main objective for their educational reform Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Why would we need such a reform? What has changed? A new world is out there But so what changed? 1 we work in a global much more competitive market, every single resource becomes more important, countries who did not play a mayor role in world economy suddently are big players 2 during the industrial revolution it was considered clearly to have a management (brain) and the workers (from whom was just expected to do the job) But nowadays the brain is everybody in the company. Ideas are suggested from just everybody from maintenance personal to the top management. This coined the expression of knowledge workers, but we have far past the knowledge management level 1 and with new technologies available to more and more eager and active users we truly can apply knowledge management – one of the killer applications of the age of web2 wikipedia shows it all too good 3 where as before our first workplace was most possibly as well our last, the chance that we could keep our knowledge within the company was pretty good Where our fathers might have started to work with IBM and will possibly go in their pension when leaving IBM What about your students? How many jobs will they have gone through when they touch their 35th birthday 4 technology supports the storage of even most difficult knowlegde through different medias like video, databases, podcasts, intra and extranets, google/ wikipedia brings the worlds combined knowledge to your fingertip. But only since we understand to use the internet the web2 way, we really started to understand the wisdom of the crowd, the importance of inclusion of everybody, the strengths of social networks and the feeling of belonging we can finally define new ways which touch not only our private and business life but more and more find the way into our classrooms Actually MUST find their way in our classrooms since else we do not prepare our students for the real world out their and will loose our competitive edge
  • What is in need in the jobmarket So what should we teach our students to be?
  • So how would such a new professor 2.0, or professor upgrade look like See a diagram on how we all used to work Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Educators understood the value of collaboration, and so the Professional Learning Community arose Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • But technology has changed that world. The 21st Century educator now operates under this model. ( Alec Couros of Open Thinking blog created this graphic The person is the portal to the network. The person is an autonomous communication and collaboration node. As sociologist Barry Wellman said, “Each person operates his networks to obtain information, collaboration, orders, support, sociability, and a sense of belonging” Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Educators2.0 will fluidly move between the physical and virtual networks to communicate, collaborate, and share ideas, data, strategies, and information. Each member being a portal or node to their individual network makes the collaborative exponentially stronger, knowledgeable, and wise. Professional Networked Learning Collaborations are able to maximize individual members’ networks to the advantage of the whole. Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • And dont forget effective networks as i see them are Decentralized Distributed Dynamic Democratic I know some of you may feel rather unconfortable with this idea but its already there and working well
  • Presentation Title 23 What does that mean for the real every day class or project work? For example, if a team was discussing the needs of a student with special needs, they could network in specialists from the district office or the county office, or a college professor in another state. If a team was analyzing data, they could collaborate virtually with data specialists who could offer their unique expertise virtually. Networks have now become so much a part of our lives that physical presence is no longer necessary for a member to “present.” Howard Rheingold calls this “presence of those who are absent.” PNLCs can call on a district specialist, consultants, teachers, and staff who are in different physical locations (even different time zones) and who will be able to collaborate, contribute, cooperate, and share just as if they were present physically. As I said since I started to involve my students into the marketing of our school, they not only become subworkers but become members, motivated stakeholders, knowledge workers
  • What makes them so different, before i explained why web2 does have an influence on how we live, work and how education could and should become I suggested some of the competencies and ways a lecturer must adjust to teach the web2 way But lets look at the center of all, lets look at the students how did they become different from before, what are their ways of doing and not doing things
  • Who is the so called Net Gen It is everybody born after 1990 Means they are between 0 to 29 years old and make 13% of people (students and workforce)
  • In Germany , Knigge is best remembered for his book Über den Umgang mit Menschen ( On Human Relations ), a treatise on the fundamental principles of human relations that has the reputation of being the authoritative guide to behaviour, politeness, and etiquette. The work is in fact more of a sociological and philosophical treatise on the basis of human relations than a how-to guide on etiquette. Nevertheless, the German term “Knigge” has come to mean “good manners”. Freiherr Adolph Franz Friedrich Ludwig Knigge ( 16 October 1752 – 6 May 1796 ) was a German writer Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
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  • The sites that work are built around social objects Flickr did it with Photo’s YouTube with videos MySpace with Music Lastfm, with music Delicious with bookmarks Twitter with Instant Messaging – delivering it to any medium Facebook with colleges Interest in social networks is growing People want to access and utilize their networks for fun and work Over a dozen articulated network systems Popularity of Friendster (1.3 million users) Interactive visualizations help people understand, use and share their networks Articulated vs. behavior-driven networks
  • Sounds as if there is not much hope And sounds as if there are more questions than answers, but i would still say Yes there is hope, actually a lot of hope for better education and better students Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Lets see at one of NetGen‘s success stories Mr facebook is a product of NetGen and all the makers of those others many 1000 web2 ideas out there in the internet are as well brainchilds of NetGen students There has never been such a huge amount of young successful entrepreneurs out there than right now What are the talents which they bring along, what are their Unique Points UP‘s? Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • They really know how to work in teams how to profit from each others They can even profit from working in chaotic kind of unorganized networks
  • They moved from being consumers to active prosumers The indivual takes an active role and gets more involved into the process Web forums gain more and more of importance to answer questions or discuss issues The specialists are often the netgen students themselves, I guess the development of the mountain bike is a good example of such a new competencies of netgen students. It has been created from freaks for freaks through such forums and discussions and loose networks mainly in the california area of the usa Prosumer is a portmanteau formed by contracting either the word pro fessional or pro ducer with the word con sumer . The term has taken on multiple conflicting meanings: the business sector sees the prosumer (professional–consumer) as a market segment , whereas economists see the prosumer (producer–consumer) as having greater independence from the mainstream economy . It can also be thought of as converse to the consumer with a passive role, denoting an active role as the individual gets more involved in the process. More recently, in the mental health field, the word "'prosumer'" has come to mean "consumer/provider," also known as a "peer provider," such as a Peer support specialist or other mental health consumer who also provides peer support mental health services ( background on peer-run mental health services ).
  • Some call it the end of control, they try to fight facebook and rate my computer only to achieve that students even more use it But if you look at the important role of twitter and webblogs of netgen‘s in iran and how they managed to influence public opinion and how all together citizen journalism is on the rise we can only guess the future implication of such DO IT – end of control applications and trends
  • Netgen‘s will not accepet being a somebody, they want the individual treatment They know it is technically prossible and will demand it more and more Only teaching seems still not understand this The same looking classrooms all over the world The same class schedules The same way and means of teaching A school 2 should be customized to a certain extend so that the students can choose their own pathway of learning Instead of showing them or even forcing them on a strict way of how to do things, education upgrade should show them ways to achieve and should then let loose and have them find their own ways
  • Net gens will be carefully where they work, too much are they aware of the wallmarts, the nestles out there and with a star like google they know about ways on how to be non evil and still successful Green is the new selling point and its not only the environment its as well on how staff is treated and how everybody finally is a contributor to the corporate knowledge of a organization, a knowledge worker 2.0
  • Finally even the most traditional teachers or managers can accept that there is high performance in a fun environment Work and learning actually can be fun, entertaining, creative, multimedial even a bit chaotic
  • Net 2 are the true collaborator, where we started slow but sure to learn and use email, skype and wikis Our netgen students have embeded them, have become part of many such networks and live them on a daily basis
  • http://twittervision.com/maps/show_3d And they are fast, very fast – twitter the latest of new web killer applications is all that
  • A typical netgen killer Would guess there are not many in this room which are twitters (asking the audience)? Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • .. And as i started the UP‘s of netgen, they are innovators, within the possibilities of web2, open source, their capacity of multitasking and doing things fast, there urge to belong to something/ somewhere, to be inlcuded and their no fear from DOING things without being asked by the adult world makes them the perfect INNOVATORS
  • So what can i give you as a final message Forbid facebook What a wrong message What a missed out opportunity
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  • Ask yourself how you imply those new winners in your learning institute (not only students, ALL stakeholders) Connecting Sharing Knowledge
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  • Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com
  • Of course you can find those slides on slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/lritzel/a-paradigm-shift-in-education-bye-web20-technologies Leaders in Education, lor July 2009 l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com

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  • 1. By Lukas Ritzel, August 09 Education 2.0 World conference of AIAER on Higher education: Organized by Lovely School of Education, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab (India)-
  • 2. meet Lukas Ritzel @ IMI University Centre Lecturer2.0 ?
  • 3. Lukas Ritzel, Swiss, education2.0 , learning organization, open economy
    • Is Lecturer and Web Strategist with IMI University Centre , responsible for all virtual and collaborative web 2.0 activities on campus, as well as lecturer on different management and IT topics.  ( www.imi-luzern.com )
    • Has been in international management since over 20 years, has done workshops, keynote speeches and presentations in 40++ countries in 4 languages. He has lectured at more than 20 Universities in various countries. Has been on National Thai TV on creativity together with Dr BK Passi
    • Has been speaker with AIAER at many occasions
    • Is Co-founder of Change Management consulting company Prasena ( www.prasena.com ), his company got in 2004 the Purple Cow award of companies who "make a difference" from Seth Godin (Singapore, FAST company).
    • Lecturer at Grenoble School of Business at MBA level in management, has been highest evaluated professor for 2009 MBA summer courses
    • Is Switzerland chapter President of the Digital Workforce Education Society ( www.digibridge.org ).
    • Has been speaker (in real as well as virtual) at many international conferences, some of his best presentations can be seen on www.slideshare.net (30’000 views on eMatrix presentation on management of change)
    • Google "Lukas Ritzel" for more digital footprints.
    • Online CV available at http://ggsb.wikispaces.com/lritzel+cv
  • 4. and works there………..
  • 5. AIAER goals = @ IMI
    • Holistic development of students
    • Value Added
    • Sustained Achievements
    • Learn to perform, learn to lead
    • Innovative Curriculum
    • Nurturing Characters
    • Enrich Lives
    • Accelerating usage of ICT
    • Independent Thinkers
    • Learning Communities
    • Include Approach (nobody left behind)
    • Team Work
  • 6. This presentation and sharing of information...
    • Will hopefully help you to see some new aspects
    • Enhance dialogue between India (your schools) and Switzerland (IMI University Centre)
    • Bring some 0.2 aspects to your education
  • 7. Web2.0, social network, is it all hype?
    • The fact behind the hype
    • Social network are becoming the dominant platform for content creation and content sharing
    • Keyfigures:
      • Global active internet audience 625m
      • Mobile internet is at 20%
      • Social media is a fast evolving landscape
  • 8.
  • 9.
  • 10. IT OBVIOUSLY TOUCHES
    • Marketing
    • HR (hire & fire based on feedback)
    • Trend research
    • Mood research
  • 11. MUCH MORE, THE WEB COULD BE SMART
    • But there is more
    • As seen there are new technologies which define the Internet as it will be in the future (means tomorrow)
    • But those technologies already today lead to new business models and a huge shift in society
    • We better make sure we prepare our students for this (or make sure our teachers can follow them  )
  • 12. CrowdSourcing
  • 13. Wikipedia – the crowd is smart
  • 14. The crowd is ready to work.
  • 15.
  • 16. Threadless .com This hipster company prints T-shirts with designs submitted to its Web site. It expects to earn $20 million in revenue this year. .com
  • 17. Involve the client
  • 18. Crowdsourcing" has, virtually overnight, generated huge buzz, enthusiasm, and fear. It's the application of the open-source idea to any field outside of software, taking a function performed by people in an organization, such as reporting done by journalists, research and product development by scientists, or design of a T-shirt, for example, and, in effect, "outsourcing" it through an open-air broadcast on the Internet. Crowdsourcing has already had a huge impact on big companies like Procter & Gamble, as well as start-ups like Threadless.com, which rapidly became the third largest T-shirt maker in the United States. The fuel sparking the crowdsourcing flame is the potent combination of more highly educated people working in fields other than those in which they were trained with the greatest mechanism for distributing knowledge and information the world has ever seen: the Internet.
  • 19. INVOLVE THE STUDENT , MAKE HIM PART OF THE „ COMPANY “
    • Cowdsourcing in Education
  • 20. Internet penetration by market source internetworldstats.com , early 2009
  • 21.
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  • 24. Data from UM social media tracker
  • 25. Country spotlights: India
    • Steady progress
    • Social media platforms rise
    • Total penetration still low
  • 26. .. social networking is not just for kids !
  • 27. LOR has of course a LinkedIn profile……
  • 28. Some are more and some less important What is relevant and what is not decides the crowd Uploads all his slides to Slideshare …
  • 29. 18 months ago LOR was using these tools ….. all on his desktop ….
  • 30. today LOR uses these tools ….. all through his browser ….
  • 31. today LOR accesses ….. all through his mobile devices ….
  • 32. ..as LOR uses his favourite browser for almost any app
  • 33. ..But there is a much larger shift than just a technological one ..there is a radical shift in how things are DONE , how we live, learn, work…
  • 34.
  • 35. Higher Education: Need for Priam Variate Reforms
    • Vision
      • A place where future of nation builders is groomed.
    • Mission
      • Teach students by innovative methods
      • Support through latest technology
      • Ensure quality education
  • 36. Web2.0 fits in well
    • Focus to Teach Less, Learn More is on the right track
  • 37. Competitive Market Web2.0 world Job 4 life / ever learning Everybodies Brain
  • 38.
  • 39. PROF2.0?
    • .. How could you become more 2.0?
  • 40.
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  • 44. Effective networks are:
    • Decentralized
    • Distributed
    • Dynamic
    • Democratic
  • 45. Competencies of an educator2.0
    • Move fluid between physical and virtual networks to
      • Communicate
      • Collaborate
      • Share ideas
      • Share strategies
      • Share information
    • Each member being a portal or node their individual network
    • Act as a DJ of education between different networks and communities
  • 46. Generation Z or Net GEN or simply YOUR STUDENTS!
  • 47.
    • 1990
    • 0-29
    • 13%
  • 48. What would Knigge say?
  • 49. THEY ARE DUMBER THAN WE WERE AT THEIR AGE attention deficit disorders can’t focus anything they don’t read and are poor communicators
  • 50. THEY ARE SCREENAGERS Net addicted losing their social skills no time for sports or healthy activities
    • Video game as The world’s fastest growing addiction and the most reckless endangerment of children today
  • 51. THEY HAVE NO SHAME lolita effect Young people, unaware that it may come back to haunt Them, merrily give out all sorts of personal information Online Whether it’s to a college recruiter, a future employer Or a manipulative marketer, cyberbully or predator The RATE everything And everybody
  • 52. Because their parents have coddled them, they are adrift in the world and afraid to choose a path.
  • 53. They steal. They violate intellectual property rights, download music, swap songs, and share anything they can on peer-to-peer networks with no respect for the rights of the creators or owners .
  • 54. They’re bullying friends online. They’re violent . They have no work ethic and will be bad employees. This is the latest narcissistic “me” generation. They don’t give a damn .
  • 55. How might this affect their approach to learning?
  • 56. What are their tools?
  • 57. Where do they communicate?
  • 58. How do they network?
  • 59. Where do they network?
  • 60. How do they learn?
  • 61. Where do they research?
  • 62. Welcome to generation myspace. Education2.0 - social networking
  • 63. New behavior and norms
  • 64.
  • 65. He is one of those
  • 66. MULTI TASKING GENERATIONS PHONE ADDICTED THUMBER CAMERA GEEKS FACEBOOK PRAYER MESSENGER 24/7 YOUTUBE R IPOD ER
  • 67. collaborative collapsing the rigid hierarchy forcing organization to rethink how they are recruit, compensate, develop and supervise talent exodus from corporations to start-ups just beginning
  • 68. pro sumers co innovation products and services with producers global giant in social activism
  • 69. Freedom in everything they do “freedom of choice to freedom of expression”
  • 70. Customize personalize
  • 71. They looking for corporate integrity and openess when deciding what to buy and where to work green generation
  • 72. Entertainment and play in their work, education and social life EDUTAINMENT
  • 73. Collaboration and r elationship generation
  • 74. Speed Eater Visualize twitter http://twittervision.com/maps/show_3d
  • 75. A must be success the right thing at the right time
    • Fast (too fast for non netgen)
    • Short (own language)
    • Mobile
    • Open Source (new liberal)
    • Mash ups possible
    • Cross media
    • Push not Pull
    • Cult (even error)
    • Celebrity support (Obama)
  • 76. Innovators
  • 77. I heard from some schools... They even forbid facebook
  • 78. How do you teach? .. Or like this?
  • 79. How do you engage them?
  • 80. What tools do you use?
  • 81. What tools can you use?
  • 82. Do you encourage them to innovate and create?
  • 83. Multimedia- lecturing has the power to transform teaching and learning
  • 84. You have the power to give them the skills and tools to work in the 21st century
  • 85. Teach them how to find, make sense of, and use relevant information
  • 86. Give them the ability to find and use information with critical discrimination in order to build knowledge.
  • 87. You can help them understand the power of images and sounds
  • 88. Help them recognize and use that power, to manipulate and transform digital media.
  • 89. http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/ EduTainment. Learning can be fun and playful.
  • 90. Network is key.
  • 91. Learn together, network together, grow together
  • 92. How to do?
    • The Net Gen generations were influenced by the events of 9/11 and school shootings such as Columbine. They have been told that Social Security may not exist for them and have watched pensions and work security evaporate for their parents. Consequently, they are more loyal to colleagues and co-workers than to a company or manager. Work/life balance is extremely important for this group and they don’t want to sacrifice family time for career. This group LOVES technology and are considered technological natives. They grew up with it and are extremely talented at adopting new technology into their lives. The Net Gen generations presently make up 100% of students and about 51% of the workforce. This will increase to over 70% in the next ten years as Boomers begin retiring. But many people in management are Boomers with years of experience who may struggle with the Net Gen generations and their priorities.
  • 93. Education2.0 Components
    • Use more and more consequently web2 tools and technologies in your curriculum
    • Promote for all students to live web2.0 and its philosophie
    • Get yourself involved
    • Get multi-media, multi-tool, multi-answer, multi-everything
    • Don‘t be worried about some anarchy and chaos. It‘s anyway already there so better make use of it
  • 94.
    • A paradigm shift takes place when the basic assumptions of technology, tools of technology do change the outcome too.
    • The information technology is taking a new shape of knowledge society. This knowledge society in turn must go forward and should flourish into a society full of wisdom where `social inclusiveness has to be the primary goal. We must give importance to technology and social trust. I find that this new technology web 2.0 may work in this direction.
    • Education2.0 The educational institutions must try to enhance group learning, group working, social development, and finally social transformation. Learning should change towards Gandhian education in a Gurukul culture located in the new reality of an Internet based society.
    DR BK PASSI
  • 95. The Professional Networked Learning Collaborative Educators working together in the ongoing purpose of increasing student learning while sharing physical, space, virtual space, or both simultaneously .
  • 96. FOR WEBCAST EDUCATION2.0
    • By Lukas Ritzel, July 09 - l.ritzel@imi-luzern.com - skype: lritzel
    • Online cv @ http://ggsb.wikispaces.com/lritzel+cv