21st Century Education. Is how more important than what?

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Slides from a talk given on 30.4.2011 in the future of education conference of the TED Ankara College Foundation, Ankara, Turkey.

Slides from a talk given on 30.4.2011 in the future of education conference of the TED Ankara College Foundation, Ankara, Turkey.

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  • 1. 21st Century Education. Is how more important than what? Teemu Leinonen Department of Media, Media Lab Aalto University School of Art and Design
  • 2. Teemu LeinonenNew Media Design andLearningDesigner:web/ mobile and learningEducation / learningscience > New Media >Design > DesignMethodology
  • 3. Designer (artist). . . focuses on experiences, . . . the future experiences, . . . to design them.
  • 4. What do you know about Finland?
  • 5. Finland = Nokia 350 million mobile phones / year, 11-12 per second LinuxLinus Torvalds 1991: 80% of Internet servers, 90% super computers
  • 6. Finland = Habbo Hotel 203 million avatars Angry Birds140 million downloads
  • 7. Finland = EducationAccording to OECD (PISA) Finland is the leading country in the quality of education.
  • 8. Finland: Facts•  Population 5.2 million•  Over 6 million mobile phone subscriptions•  Over 2 million broadband Internet connections•  Internet access is a legal right (1 Mbit/s)•  Nordic country (Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland)•  Languages: Finnish and Swedish
  • 9. Agenda1. Education and Learning2. Knowledge Society and Digital Culture3. Open Education / Open Learning ?
  • 10. Agenda1. Education and Learning2. Knowledge Society and Digital Culture3. Open Education / Open Learning ?
  • 11. Aalto University Raphaels "School of Athens” (1505)
  • 12. Aalto University Tuusulan kansanopiston
  • 13. Why education?Why national educational systems?
  • 14. Renew PreserveSociety and Culture Society and Culture
  • 15. Renew PreserveSociety and Culture Society and Culture Why education? Why national educational systems? Societies and Cultures are different Renewing and preserving them requires different actions.
  • 16. Learning?
  • 17. Progressive inquiry learning Constructing Setting up Working Research Theories Questions Critical Evaluation Creatingthe Context Distributed Expertise Searching Deepening Knowledge Developing New Working Theories Generating Subordinate Questions (Hakkarainen 1999)
  • 18. Agenda1. Education and Learning2. Knowledge Society and Digital Culture3. Open Education / Open Learning ?
  • 19. Agenda1. Education and Learning2. Knowledge Society and Digital Culture3. Open Education / Open Learning ?
  • 20. What is a knowledge society?
  • 21. Knowledge society is a society where creation, distribution, use and modification ofinformation plays an important role in culture and economy.
  • 22. The change in the media landscape.
  • 23. How many of you have used Wikipedia this week?
  • 24. How many of you have edit Wikipedia articles?
  • 25. Agenda1. Education and Learning2. Knowledge Society and Digital Culture3. Open Education / Open Learning ?
  • 26. Agenda1. Education and Learning2. Knowledge Society and Digital Culture3. Open Education / Open Learning ?
  • 27. Ilya Yfimovich Repin (1844-1930): Portrait of Leo Tolstoy in His Study, Moscow, The State Literature Museum
  • 28. “The current search for new educationalfunnels must be reversed into the search for their institutional inverse: educational webs which heighten the opportunity for each one to transform each moment of his living into one of learning, sharing and caring.”
  • 29. “A good education system should havethree purposes: it should provide all who want to learn with access to available resources at any time in their lives; empower all who want to share what they know to find those who want to learn it from them; and finally furnish all who want to present an issue to thepublic with the opportunity to make their challenge known.”
  • 30. “A good education system should havethree purposes: it should provide all who want to learn with access to available resources at any time in their lives; empower all who want to share what they know to find those who want to learn it from them; and finally furnish all who want to present an issue to thepublic with the opportunity to make their challenge known.” Ivan Illich (1971); Deschooling Society
  • 31. Online learning “hype”OUT ? IN ?•  Tests and exams •  Reputation•  Degrees •  Portfolios•  Institutions •  Internet•  Closed groups •  Networks•  Closed learning •  Open network environments environments•  Learning •  Open educational objects resources•  Text •  Rich media
  • 32. Personal Learning Environment (PLE)
  • 33. How to become an expert?•  By having access to the tacit knowledge of experts. (Hakkarainen 2002)•  Expertises develops rather by participating in an expert community rather than by consuming information. (Brown, Duguid, & Collins,1987, Hakkarainen 2002);•  We need people who are committed to grow experts•  We need sustainability and system.
  • 34. Where do we have a chance to participate in an expert community?
  • 35. In good schoolsWith good teachers and peer-students In good workplaces With good bosses and colleagues
  • 36. Progressive inquiry learning Constructing Setting up Working Research Theories Questions Critical Evaluation Creatingthe Context Distributed Expertise Searching Deepening Knowledge Developing New Working Theories Generating Subordinate Questions (Hakkarainen 1999)
  • 37. The future classroom?
  • 38. Aalto University h"p://youtu.be/nr554ScxfvE 
  • 39. Aalto University h"p://vimeo.com/10839692 
  • 40. Mobile phones / smart phones 
  • 41. Aalto University Large mulG‐user touch screens.  h"p://youtu.be/ihaM3DvyUHE 
  • 42. Personal mulG‐user touch screens. 
  • 43. Aalto University Work seamlessly together. 
  • 44. Aalto University ApplicaGons for  collaboraGve   progressive inquiry learning. 
  • 45. Thank you. Teemu Leinonen Department of Media, Media LabAalto University School of Art and Design teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi