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Problems of invisible learning

  1. 1. Leapfrog Institutes Problems of Invisible Learning John Moravec, PhD moravec@umn.edu @moravec Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development University of Minnesota October 22, 2010
  2. 2. Leapfrog Institutes Food for thought…
  3. 3. Leapfrog Institutes A shift in paradigm.
  4. 4. Leapfrog Institutes In the Invisible Learning proto-paradigm • Contextually applied knowledge • Horizontalized diffusion of knowledge • Heterarchical relationships • Chaos and ambiguity are embraced and attended to
  5. 5. The future is becoming impossible to predict LevelofAdvancement J Time Technological Singularity
  6. 6. Leapfrog Institutes - Bill Gates “ ”
  7. 7. Leapfrog Institutes Paradigm Domain 1.0 2.0 3.0 Fundamental relationships Simple Complex Complex creative (teleological) Conceptualization of order Hierarchic Heterarchic Intentional, self- organizing Relationships of parts Mechanical Holographic Synergetic Worldview Deterministic Indeterminate Design Causality Linear Mutual Anticausal Change process Assembly Morphogenic Creative destruction Reality Objective Perspectival Contextual Place Local Globalizing Globalized
  8. 8. Leapfrog Institutes From Information to Innovation. 1.0 Information So what? 2.0 Knowledge So what? 3.0 Innovation What can you analyze? What can you create? How can you contribute?
  9. 9. Leapfrog Institutes So?
  10. 10. 1.0 SCHOOLS CANNOT TEACH 3.0 KIDS
  11. 11. Leapfrog Institutes Education 1.0 Education 2.0 Education 3.0 Meaning is… Dictated Socially constructed Socially constructed and contextually reinvented Technology is… Confiscated at the classroom door (digital refugees) Cautiously adopted (digital immigrants) Everywhere (ambient, digital universe) Teaching is done … Teacher to student Teacher to student and student to student (progressivism) Teacher to student, student to student, student to teacher, people-technology- people (co- constructivism) Schools are located… In a building (brick) In a building or online (brick and click) Everywhere (thoroughly infused into society: cafes, bowling alleys, bars, workplaces, etc.) Parents view schools as… Daycare Daycare A place for them to learn, too Teachers are… Licensed professionals Licensed professionals Everybody, everywhere Hardware and software in schools… Are purchased at great cost and ignored Are open source and available at lower cost Are available at low cost and are used purposively Industry views graduates as… Assembly line workers As ill-prepared assembly line workers in a knowledge economy As co-workers or entrepreneurs
  12. 12. Leapfrog Institutes What is the role of technology?
  13. 13. SCHOOLS NEED TO USE NEW TECHNOLOGIES PURPOSIVELY
  14. 14. SCHOOLS NEED TO USE NEW TECHNOLOGIES PURPOSIVELY It looks like you’re trying to give a presentation. Would you like me to... • Teach you how to mail merge. • Insert a video of Steve Balmer. • Crash your computer now.
  15. 15. SCHOOLS NEED TO USE NEW TECHNOLOGIES PURPOSIVELY
  16. 16. DON’T USE NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO TEACH THE SAME OLD STUFF.
  17. 17. Leapfrog Institutes Semantics • Data • Information • Knowledge • Innovation
  18. 18. Leapfrog Institutes In the“invisible,”experience-driven economy, awesomeness is the new currency.
  19. 19. Leapfrog Institutes Challenges in the Invisible Learning proto-paradigm • “Awesome fatigue”: RT @edwardharran So much rich input prevents me (sometimes) from producing my own output • We are not focusing on the broader use of ICT
  20. 20. Leapfrog Institutes Challenges in the Invisible Learning proto-paradigm LevelofAdvancement Silicon Time Meat
  21. 21. Leapfrog Institutes Challenges in the Invisible Learning proto-paradigm
  22. 22. Leapfrog Institutes Are we thinking about the future?
  23. 23. Leapfrog Institutes We all co-invent the future.
  24. 24. Leapfrog Institutes We’re all white belts.
  25. 25. Leapfrog Institutes We can design the future.
  26. 26. Leapfrog Institutes Leapfrog! To move from legacy millstones:
  27. 27. Leapfrog Institutes Leapfrogging just ahead of change LevelofAdvancement J Time
  28. 28. Leapfrog Institutes Leapfrogging just ahead of change LevelofAdvancement J Time J’
  29. 29. Leapfrog Institutes In early 2011...
  30. 30. Leapfrog Institutes Gracias Join us @ aprendizajeinvisible.com Download these slides at http://futr.es/parautpl

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