John Moravec at TIES 2013: Redesigning the future of education in Knowmad Society

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Knowmads are nomadic knowledge workers–creative, imaginative, innovative and able to work with almost anybody, anytime and anywhere. The office as we know it is gone. Schools will follow next. Join us as we explore future directions for education and what it will take to redesign education in a Knowmad Society.

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John Moravec at TIES 2013: Redesigning the future of education in Knowmad Society

  1. 1. Redesigning the future of education in Knowmad Society ! John Moravec, Ph.D. @moravec john@educationfutures.com
  2. 2. As we were saying…
  3. 3. APRENDIZAJE INVISIBLE HACIA UNA NUEVA ECOLOGÍA DE LA EDUCACIÓN CRISTÓBAL COBO Y JOHN W. MORAVEC UBICUO TÁCIT O ECO BIO NAN COG O NO CIÓN GINA IMA E,SKILLS WMADS KNO
  4. 4. No matter where you go, there you are. ! – Buckaroo Banzai –
  5. 5. No matter where you go, there you are. ! – Buckaroo Banzai –
  6. 6. Agricultural & industrial society 1.0
  7. 7. ca·reer  [kuh-reer]  –noun ! 1. an occupation or profession, esp. one requiring special training, followed as one’s lifework.
  8. 8. Your job was your work.
  9. 9. hn Jo
  10. 10. Knowledge Society 2.0
  11. 11. ca·reer  [kuh-reer]  –noun ! 2. a person’s progress or general course of action through life or through a phase of life, as in some profession or undertaking.
  12. 12. Now we have many jobs.
  13. 13. hn Jo
  14. 14. Knowmad Society 3.0
  15. 15. # of us % of population with access The future is already here — it is just unevenly distributed. – William Gibson – Past Past Future Future
  16. 16. 1. Accelerating change 2.Continuing globalization 3. Innovation society fueled by knowmads
  17. 17. Paradigm Domain Fundamental relationships 1.0 2.0 Knowmadic Complex Complex creative (teleological) Heterarchic Intentional, selforganizing Relationships of parts Mechanical Holographic Synergetic Worldview Deterministic Indeterminate Design Causality Linear Mutual Anticausal Conceptualization of order Simple Hierarchic Change process Assembly Morphogenic Creative destruction Reality Objective Perspectival Contextual Place Local Globalizing Globalized
  18. 18. Knowmads • Can be anybody, at any age • Leverage personal knowledge • Contextually apply what they know • Motivated to collaborate • Purposively use new technologies • Share what they know • Learn, unlearn, and adopt new ideas as necessary • Thrive in non-hierarchical organizations • Learn continuously • Are not afraid of failure
  19. 19. ca·reer  [kuh-reer]  –noun ! 3. depreciated.
  20. 20. Invent your work.
  21. 21. I want to be different, like everybody else I want to be like. ! – John S. Hall (King Missile) –
  22. 22. Credit: NASA
  23. 23. Knowmads stand out. ! And so should you.
  24. 24. You
  25. 25. Us
  26. 26. So what?
  27. 27. 1.0 schools cannot teach 3.0 kids.
  28. 28. How we’ll get there: Five approaches
  29. 29. 1. Focus on soft skills.
  30. 30. Explicit + Tacit = Personal knowledge
  31. 31. 2. Create new ecologies.
  32. 32. 3. Reinvent our relationships with technologies.
  33. 33. 4. Develop a systems approach.
  34. 34. Mode I Mode II Mode III Interventions Attitudes Systems-based Vectors Beliefs Core-transformative Quick hacks Trendy ideas Revolutions Easy to sell Easy to sell Hard to sell Easy to implement Hard to implement Really hard to implement Easy to measure Harder to measure Really hard to measure
  35. 35. Mode I Mode II Mode III Laptops, iPads, etc. Design thinking Invisible learning Testing EduPunk Democratic education Common Core/Standards Professional learning communities Critical pedagogy STEM Creativity Unschooling Longer school year Co-working/co-learning Nearly all edutech startups Early childhood education*
  36. 36. 5. Break the rules.
  37. 37. Vision
  38. 38. Education is particularly resistant to change because its whole purpose is to preserve the past. ANYA KAMENETZ
  39. 39. 1.0 schools cannot teach 3.0 kids.
  40. 40. It seems as if it is time for a revolution or innovation. What we really need is an innovution! Ronald van den Hoff
  41. 41. Innovute!
  42. 42. Minnevate! minnevate.mnasa.org
  43. 43. KnowmadSociety.com ! John Moravec, Ph.D. @moravec john@educationfutures.com

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