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This is a presentation that I gave at the European Broadcasting Union's annual meeting in Luzern, May 3rd 2011, about the Future of Learning. This presentation is partly based on a study we have ...

This is a presentation that I gave at the European Broadcasting Union's annual meeting in Luzern, May 3rd 2011, about the Future of Learning. This presentation is partly based on a study we have conducted for the European Commission on learning in 2025, and on a study I recently concluded on business models of digital educational content.

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  • 0 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOThe future of learningEBU conference, Luzern, SwitzerlandMay 3rd 2011Matthijs Leendertse
  • 1 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOWhat’s in your bag?
  • 2 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNO“Five years from now on the webfor free you’ll be able to find thebest lectures in the world. It willbe better than any singleuniversity”.
  • 3 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOSchool in 1900 School in 2011
  • 4 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOWhat is the future of learning?
  • 5 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOAgenda!  May I present Bruno and Joshua!  Future of learning: main trends!  What does this mean for Public Service Broadcasters, or rather Public Service Media?
  • 6 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOMay I present... personas Bruno and Joshua!  Persona research: think from a human perspective and think outside your own perspective
  • 7 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOBruno Joshua Why don’t they teach School? you at uni what youForget it! I’m need to find a job? not goingback there!
  • 8 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOLabour markets are changing rapidly
  • 9 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNORising skills mismatch!  52% thinks that graduates in 2025 will lack crucial skills, which companies will more and more solve themselves.!  88% indicates it is impossible for formal to anticipate to all changes in society and in the labour market, making life long learning a necessity and increasing importance of non-formal and informal learning.!  81% expresses that more cooperation is needed between learning systems and employers.
  • 10 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOEurope is ageing fast“The size of Western and Central Europe’s labour force is 227 million. Inthe absence of immigration and at constant labour force participationrates this labour force would shrink to 201 million in 2025 and to 160million in 2050”.
  • 11 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOAgeing population!  Increase productivity: work smarter!  Decrease time in formal learning, combine work and learning!  Work longer!  Intergenerational cooperation and learning
  • 12 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOEmerging skills Find, evaluate and use information Complex information Technical problem skills and solving skills knowledge Self Social / Soft Management / skills Regulation skills
  • 13 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOEmerging skills !  Requirement !  Continuously updating oneself Complex information Technical problem skills and solving skills knowledge Self Social / Soft Management / skills Regulation skills
  • 14 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOEmerging skills Complex information Technical problem skills and solving skills knowledge Self Social / Soft Management / skills Regulation skills !  Planning, balancing private & work life !  Taking responsibility
  • 15 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOEmerging skills Complex information Technical problem skills and solving skills knowledge Self Social / Soft Management / skills Regulation skills !  Cooperation !  Intercultural skills etc.
  • 16 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOLearning will become personalised!  Individual learning paths, materials and pedagogies that appeal to the needs of the learner NOT the institution.!  Continuous monitoring of individual achievements but also of needs
  • 17 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOLearning as a Chinese buffet
  • 18 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOEA Active 2 voor XBox Kinect
  • 19 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOTeachers will still be there!  but more to guide you...!  and come from many different places...!  including intelligent software
  • 20 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOAssessment: failing forward
  • 21 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOAccreditation!  42% thinks that practical experience will be more recognised in 2025, and will even become more important than degrees and qualifications. 28% disagrees.!  “There will be ways to get accredited for learning outside of formal institutions.” (Stoyanov et al, 2010).
  • 22 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOBill Gates No matter how you came about your knowledge, you should get credit for it.
  • 23 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOThere will also be much more technologyHelping us with personalisation, assessement,simulations, cooperation etc
  • 24 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOPublic Service Media and the future of learning
  • 25 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOHorseless carriage syndrome:need for new content Interactive Personalised Simulation Failing Forward CollaborativeLinear TV for learning is outdated
  • 26 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOBe present where and whenyour users want to learn
  • 27 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOProvide for all segments in society
  • 28 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOSome final remarks!  Focus on your core strengths while building new content: (didactical) quality, brand, public trust, long experience.!  Redefine ‘public’ in an environment where a myriad of suppliers offers (free) digital educational content.!  Don’t be afraid to share and embrace open educational resources, especially as public service media.
  • 29 3rd of May, 2011 Matthijs Leendertse TNOThank you for your attention!  Matthijs Leendertse!  matthijs.leendertse@tno.nl