Professor Mark BrownDirector, National Centre for Teaching and LearningThe Return of King Kong:A Journey to „Scull Island‟...
The Return of King Kong:Professor Mark BrownDirector, National Centre for Teaching and LearningA Journey to „Scull Island‟...
A metaphor for…
A metaphor for…
A different metaphor…
• When was the first King Kong moviescreened?Question…
1933 - King Kong1933 - Son of Kong1962 - King Kong vs Godzilla1967 - King Kong Escapes1976 - King Kong1986 - King Kong Liv...
A story of…
Outline…1. New script, same story2. Tales from an island of innovation3. The untold story of the digital adventure
Key message…“Who controls the pastcommands the future.Who commands the futureconquers the past.”(George Orwell).
1. New script, same story…
The light comes through the cracks…1. New script, same story…
The light comes through the cracks…1. New script, same story…“The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill toget...
“With the coming of the New Media, the need for print onpaper will rapidly diminish. The day will soon arrive when theworl...
“With the coming of the New Media, the need for print onpaper will rapidly diminish. The day will soon arrive when theworl...
“Books will soon be obsolete in public schools. Scholarswill be instructed through the eye. It is possible to teachevery b...
19351. New script, same story…
High expectationsGrowingsupportSubsided enthusiasm1. New script, same story…TechnologyExpectation CycleCuban, L. (1986). T...
“Technology-enhanced learning involves an ongoing cycle of hype,hopeand disappointment” (Gouseti, 2010).1. New script, sam...
1. New script, same story…
“We tend to overestimatethe effect of a technology inthe short run and underestimate the effect in thelong run.”1. New scr...
And the„pump, pump,dump‟model of digital learning stilldominatesteaching practice.Most educational technology initiatives ...
2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…Please stand up
Palmerston NorthAuckland WellingtonDistanceInternational2. Island of innovation…
Hon Steve MahareyPresident / Vice-Chancellor2. Island of innovation…
LMS OLP$4.5m for implementation | $800K for Moodle 2.X upgrade2. Island of innovation…(2009) (2012)
2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…
1. To respond to the challenge of the so-called „GoogleGeneration‟.2. To enhance the quality of teaching and thereby maint...
Over 4000 online environments2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…
http://peerreview.massey.ac.nz2. Island of innovation…
2. Island of innovation…
Moodling and beyond…2. Island of innovation…• PD for Treasury• Ministry of Education• World Bank
2. Island of innovation…• PD forGovernance armof Treasury• Responsible for$250 billon ofState ownedassets• Moodle andAdobe...
2. Island of innovation…• PGDip in SpecialistTeaching – 400students• Moodle Networkingwith University ofCanterbury• Inter-...
2. Island of innovation…
Innovating with intent…2. Island of innovation…• New icons• Revised logo• Updated theme• 380+ changes to vanillaMoodle• Co...
2. Island of innovation…Business Creative Arts Health Humanities Sciences Total UniversityAveragerequests11% 1% 17% 21% 12...
2. Island of innovation…
Key lessons…2. Island of innovation…• Leadership• Strategic alignment• Policy development• Investment in people• Having th...
3. The untold story…
3. The untold story…• Whose telling the story?• What is the story they aretelling?• What story isn‟t being told?• What‟s m...
“It is the theory that decides what wecan observe…”Albert Einstein3. The untold story…
Reconceptualist Knowledge Society DeschoolingReschooling Reproduction• Being glocal• Digital citizenship• Socially just so...
Learning to changeand transformLearning tolive togetherLearning to doLearning toknowLearningto beDigitalLiteracyDigitalIde...
3. The untold story…
Conclusion
A conclusion is the placewhere you got tired of thinkingConclusion
FOMOConclusion
FOMOWhat type of education system do we want „Moodle‟ to serve?Conclusion
“Oh no, itwasn‟t theairplanes.It was Beauty killedthe Beast.”.Conclusion
“The whole problem with the world is that fools andfanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiserpeople so full o...
“A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.”Francis BaconQuestions…
• Emailm.e.brown@massey.ac.nz• Twitter@mbrownz• DELFAhttp://delfa.massey.ac.nz• Slidesharehttp://www.slideshare.net/mbrown...
The Return of King Kong: A Journey to 'Scull Island' and Beyond
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  • Not my real name…
  • Remakes but always comes back to same story
  • Crown Ownership Monitoring Unit - COMUPD- for Treasury and in particular the Governance arm of Treasury.  The PD consists of Masterclasses, Breakfast sessions and Networking events for  Active Crown Directors in charge of $250 Billon Dollars of State owned assets.We use Adobe Connect, Video and Moodle to facilitate this.
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    1. 1. Professor Mark BrownDirector, National Centre for Teaching and LearningThe Return of King Kong:A Journey to „Scull Island‟ and Beyond
    2. 2. The Return of King Kong:Professor Mark BrownDirector, National Centre for Teaching and LearningA Journey to „Scull Island‟ and Beyond
    3. 3. A metaphor for…
    4. 4. A metaphor for…
    5. 5. A different metaphor…
    6. 6. • When was the first King Kong moviescreened?Question…
    7. 7. 1933 - King Kong1933 - Son of Kong1962 - King Kong vs Godzilla1967 - King Kong Escapes1976 - King Kong1986 - King Kong Lives2005 - King KongFlash back…
    8. 8. A story of…
    9. 9. Outline…1. New script, same story2. Tales from an island of innovation3. The untold story of the digital adventure
    10. 10. Key message…“Who controls the pastcommands the future.Who commands the futureconquers the past.”(George Orwell).
    11. 11. 1. New script, same story…
    12. 12. The light comes through the cracks…1. New script, same story…
    13. 13. The light comes through the cracks…1. New script, same story…“The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together...”(William Shakespeare, Alls Well That Ends Well, Act 4, Scene 3)
    14. 14. “With the coming of the New Media, the need for print onpaper will rapidly diminish. The day will soon arrive when theworld‟s literature will be available from The AutomaticLibrary at the mere pressing of a button”(Uzanne, 1994).1. New script, same story…
    15. 15. “With the coming of the New Media, the need for print onpaper will rapidly diminish. The day will soon arrive when theworld‟s literature will be available from The AutomaticLibrary at the mere pressing of a button”(Uzanne, 1894).1. New script, same story…
    16. 16. “Books will soon be obsolete in public schools. Scholarswill be instructed through the eye. It is possible to teachevery branch of human knowledge with the motionpicture”.(Thomas Edison, 1913)1. New script, same story…
    17. 17. 19351. New script, same story…
    18. 18. High expectationsGrowingsupportSubsided enthusiasm1. New script, same story…TechnologyExpectation CycleCuban, L. (1986). Teachers and machines: The classroomuse of technology since 1920. New York: Teachers‟ College Press.
    19. 19. “Technology-enhanced learning involves an ongoing cycle of hype,hopeand disappointment” (Gouseti, 2010).1. New script, same story…“Given all that we know about the socialcomplexities of technology use in education, apessimistic stance is the most sensible, andpossibly the most productive, perspective totake”(Selwyn, 2011, p.714).
    20. 20. 1. New script, same story…
    21. 21. “We tend to overestimatethe effect of a technology inthe short run and underestimate the effect in thelong run.”1. New script, same story…Amara‟s Law
    22. 22. And the„pump, pump,dump‟model of digital learning stilldominatesteaching practice.Most educational technology initiatives reinforcetraditionaloutcomes…1. New script, same story…That said, the inconvenient truth is…
    23. 23. 2. Island of innovation…
    24. 24. 2. Island of innovation…
    25. 25. 2. Island of innovation…Please stand up
    26. 26. Palmerston NorthAuckland WellingtonDistanceInternational2. Island of innovation…
    27. 27. Hon Steve MahareyPresident / Vice-Chancellor2. Island of innovation…
    28. 28. LMS OLP$4.5m for implementation | $800K for Moodle 2.X upgrade2. Island of innovation…(2009) (2012)
    29. 29. 2. Island of innovation…
    30. 30. 2. Island of innovation…
    31. 31. 1. To respond to the challenge of the so-called „GoogleGeneration‟.2. To enhance the quality of teaching and thereby maintainMassey‟s pre-eminent status as a leading flexible learningprovider.3. To introduce a new Massey model of teaching and learningthatfostersthe type of digital living relevant to therequirements of the Knowledge Society.2. Island of innovation…
    32. 32. Over 4000 online environments2. Island of innovation…
    33. 33. 2. Island of innovation…
    34. 34. 2. Island of innovation…
    35. 35. 2. Island of innovation…
    36. 36. 2. Island of innovation…
    37. 37. http://peerreview.massey.ac.nz2. Island of innovation…
    38. 38. 2. Island of innovation…
    39. 39. Moodling and beyond…2. Island of innovation…• PD for Treasury• Ministry of Education• World Bank
    40. 40. 2. Island of innovation…• PD forGovernance armof Treasury• Responsible for$250 billon ofState ownedassets• Moodle andAdobe Connect
    41. 41. 2. Island of innovation…• PGDip in SpecialistTeaching – 400students• Moodle Networkingwith University ofCanterbury• Inter-professionallearningcommunities
    42. 42. 2. Island of innovation…
    43. 43. Innovating with intent…2. Island of innovation…• New icons• Revised logo• Updated theme• 380+ changes to vanillaMoodle• Continually respondingto student demand andfeedback…
    44. 44. 2. Island of innovation…Business Creative Arts Health Humanities Sciences Total UniversityAveragerequests11% 1% 17% 21% 12% 14%Papers (units)with no requests31% 91% 33% 30% 44% 44%Averagenumber pages200 115 258 247 233 232Requests for printed study resources…(Semester 1, 2013)
    45. 45. 2. Island of innovation…
    46. 46. Key lessons…2. Island of innovation…• Leadership• Strategic alignment• Policy development• Investment in people• Having the right infrastructure• Commitment to quality enhancement• Shaping the evolving digital learning ecology
    47. 47. 3. The untold story…
    48. 48. 3. The untold story…• Whose telling the story?• What is the story they aretelling?• What story isn‟t being told?• What‟s missing from thestory?
    49. 49. “It is the theory that decides what wecan observe…”Albert Einstein3. The untold story…
    50. 50. Reconceptualist Knowledge Society DeschoolingReschooling Reproduction• Being glocal• Digital citizenship• Socially just society• Education for change• PLEs• Social Media• Un-curriculum• Life-long learning• MOOCs• New pedagogies• Learning for the real world• Higher education in change• Mass education• Global providers• Education as a commodity• Increased market competitionKnowledge EconomyDifferent interest groups and stakeholders borrow thesame „language of persuasion‟ to legitimize their own hegemonic agenda• Online learning• Blended learning• Anytime, anywhere learningE-learning •Open Learning •Technology-enhanced learning •Major competing lenses…
    51. 51. Learning to changeand transformLearning tolive togetherLearning to doLearning toknowLearningto beDigitalLiteracyDigitalIdentityDigital Citizenship3. The untold story…
    52. 52. 3. The untold story…
    53. 53. Conclusion
    54. 54. A conclusion is the placewhere you got tired of thinkingConclusion
    55. 55. FOMOConclusion
    56. 56. FOMOWhat type of education system do we want „Moodle‟ to serve?Conclusion
    57. 57. “Oh no, itwasn‟t theairplanes.It was Beauty killedthe Beast.”.Conclusion
    58. 58. “The whole problem with the world is that fools andfanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiserpeople so full of doubts”Bertrand RussellFinal remark…
    59. 59. “A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.”Francis BaconQuestions…
    60. 60. • Emailm.e.brown@massey.ac.nz• Twitter@mbrownz• DELFAhttp://delfa.massey.ac.nz• Slidesharehttp://www.slideshare.net/mbrownzContact details…

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