Deciphering the
           Future of Learning
 Through Daily Observation


                 Mark A.M. Kramer
Daily Observation
    Individual &
    Group Learning
Observing
Existing
Practices
Observing
Existing
Practices
Existing
Technologies
Existing Habits
Existing Cultures
Emerging Cultures
Together “?”


               Alone “?”
Discovering
Emergent
Practices
Discovering
Emerging Practices
Encouraging Emergent Behavior
ures
            Cult
    rging
Eme
multi-modal
Learning Spaces
multi-modal
Learning Spaces
physical
Learning Spaces
physical
Learning Spaces
Research Reflections:
21
Practical Observations
Practical Observations
•   It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology
Practical Observations
•   It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology
•    Learning is interwoven with o...
Practical Observations
•   It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology
•    Learning is interwoven with o...
Practical Observations
•   It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology
•    Learning is interwoven with o...
Practical Observations
•   It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology
•    Learning is interwoven with o...
Practical Observations
•   It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology
•    Learning is interwoven with o...
Theoretical Considerations
    Activity Theory
    Situated cognition
    Informal Learning Theory
    Dewey’s philoso...
Theoretical Considerations
    Convergence between learning and technology
             New Learning New Technology
      ...
Further Reflections:
personal learning
29
Deciphering the future of learning through daily observation
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The research presented here will share the insights and results that have developed from a doctoral study in progress, which examines individual and group study habits & learning practices.
The results of this study provide foresight into emergent practices regarding formal and informal study/learning contexts. Furthermore, this research demonstrates that the future of learning is already here, it is increasingly becoming more oriented towards mobile-learning scenarios and
that the mobile technologies, services and practices associated with shaping how we learn now
and in the future are currently only practiced by a few, but will impact many in the near future.

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  1. 1. Deciphering the Future of Learning Through Daily Observation Mark A.M. Kramer
  2. 2. Daily Observation Individual & Group Learning
  3. 3. Observing Existing Practices
  4. 4. Observing Existing Practices
  5. 5. Existing Technologies
  6. 6. Existing Habits
  7. 7. Existing Cultures
  8. 8. Emerging Cultures
  9. 9. Together “?” Alone “?”
  10. 10. Discovering Emergent Practices
  11. 11. Discovering Emerging Practices
  12. 12. Encouraging Emergent Behavior
  13. 13. ures Cult rging Eme
  14. 14. multi-modal Learning Spaces
  15. 15. multi-modal Learning Spaces
  16. 16. physical Learning Spaces
  17. 17. physical Learning Spaces
  18. 18. Research Reflections:
  19. 19. 21
  20. 20. Practical Observations
  21. 21. Practical Observations • It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology
  22. 22. Practical Observations • It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology • Learning is interwoven with other activities as part of everyday life
  23. 23. Practical Observations • It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology • Learning is interwoven with other activities as part of everyday life • The control and management of learning can be distributed
  24. 24. Practical Observations • It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology • Learning is interwoven with other activities as part of everyday life • The control and management of learning can be distributed • Context is constructed by learners through interaction
  25. 25. Practical Observations • It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology • Learning is interwoven with other activities as part of everyday life • The control and management of learning can be distributed • Context is constructed by learners through interaction • Mobile learning can complement and conflict with formal education
  26. 26. Practical Observations • It is the learner that is mobile, rather than the technology • Learning is interwoven with other activities as part of everyday life • The control and management of learning can be distributed • Context is constructed by learners through interaction • Mobile learning can complement and conflict with formal education • Mobile learning raises deep ethical issues of privacy and ownership
  27. 27. Theoretical Considerations  Activity Theory  Situated cognition  Informal Learning Theory  Dewey’s philosophy of Pragmatic Technology  Pask’s Conversation Theory  Luhmann´s - Pedagogical Theory  Vygotsky´s Theory of cognition and learning
  28. 28. Theoretical Considerations Convergence between learning and technology New Learning New Technology Personalized • Personal Learner centered • User centered Situated • Mobile Collaborative • Networked Ubiquitous • Ubiquitous Lifelong • Durable
  29. 29. Further Reflections:
  30. 30. personal learning
  31. 31. 29
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