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The elephant in the fire hose
 

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This regular weekly Learning2gether event is conceived as a report and reflection on the latest foray into chaos in learning wrought by the EVO session #MultiMOOC, and what has been learned from it, ...

This regular weekly Learning2gether event is conceived as a report and reflection on the latest foray into chaos in learning wrought by the EVO session #MultiMOOC, and what has been learned from it, by two of the co-moderators that laid it on. This presentation is a vestige of EVO and the Rhizomatic Learning MOOC #Rhizo14, and takes place as a part of Moodle MOOC 3
http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1666094-mm3-multimooc-what-was-that-all-about

Vance has prepared some remarks on his part of the program in a very rough draft, entitled The Elephant in the Fire Hose:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e0J3DaaQ4W_boJUjtGF7YuHjbXIzbMtWBDybWoR0QpY/edit?usp=sharing

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    The elephant in the fire hose The elephant in the fire hose Presentation Transcript

    • The Elephant in the Fire Hose Vance Stevens MultiMOOC: What was that all about? Feb 23, 2014 in Moodle MOOC 3
    • Jim Buckingham and Vance Stevens conceived this regular weekly Learning2gether event is as a report and reflection on • badges • the latest foray into chaos in learning wrought by the EVO session #MultiMOOC, • and what has been learned from it This presentation is a vestige of EVO and the Rhizomatic Learning MOOC #Rhizo14, and takes place as a part of Moodle MOOC 3 Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • What do Rolling Stones have in common with teachers? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZnIn_QIZII Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Rolling Stones and super star teachers Rolling Stones • Excellent performers • Practicing their calling for decades • Touch a huge percentage of the world’s population • Feel privileged to be in the same space with them Star teachers either – up and coming stars – experienced. slick performers • Clearly passionate about what they do – What they do is second nature • Touch hearts and minds – Enable change in young and old – Appreciated by all who encounter their work face to face, in writing, or online. Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Conferences Past and Present Time with star educators was scarce • Had to attend conferences to have moments with star educators • Educators took role of sage on stage • Audience in position of deference Time with star performer educators now abundant • Exponentially increasing opportunities for teachers all around the world to connect with acknowledged star performers – Now, on an almost daily basis if they wish – Next year perhaps on an hourly basis Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Star performer educators are discovered in this ecosystem – Star performer educators were always present in the deferential crowd around the podium – Nowadays real stars more like guides on the side, configure MOOCs and events to • Encourage voices from those present • Encourage open mic conferences – – – – GEC conferences Nellie Deutsch’s conferences with open Google Doc schedules Webheads in Action Online Convergences pioneered in 2005 K-12 Online conferences from 2006, These encourage participants to simply sign themselves up, giving rising star performers their own podium Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Speak ‘with’ audience, not ‘to’ • Try to model meaningful learning • It’s for learners, not the teacher • Superstar teachers lead with a good riff but recognize the jazz musician in each student and teaching peer, and invite them to join in, to create a learning experience in concert https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdF48wmHydo Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Visualize a network of fire hoses http://evomlit.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/revisiting-the-question-of-tagging/ Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Situation chaotic and unfathomable Do you feel that learning takes place best • when teachers are present? – to call attention to what is important – make the process more efficient by relieving learners from distractions inherent in the fire hose. QUESTION? Or do you feel that • this is exciting and stimulating • not a problem really • deep learning can only derive from meaningful attempts at resolving chaos? – George Siemens says that for teachers to do the filtering that learners should be doing for themselves “eviscerates” the learning process. Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Elephants in the fire hoses • MOOC geared toward learning from the fire hose by discerning and piecing together in a personal process of closure the parts of the elephant as they (the elephants) stream past. – Like salmon swimming upstream – Berry bush metaphor of Scanlon and Scanlon Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Connectivism Learning theory for the digital age because • Especially capable of addressing needs of individual learners • Learners learning through networks have knowledge accessible as needed • Content echoes through nodes on network, so most important knowledge rises to the top • Most obscure can be found through its metadata Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Lurkers are Good  We all lurk • We are all dedicated in something, • We have limited time to spend on our passions Wenger calls them peripheral members, • Healthy to a community because – it connects that community with other communities in which the lurker is quite possibly passionately active Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • What have we learned so far this year? • • • • • In EVO In CO14 In MM3 In Rhizo14 Or whatever MOOC you have participated in? Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • 1. Google+ Communities From superstar educator Shelly Terrell and her team at Crafting the ePerfect Textbook https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/108458862109297898812 Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Content through Listly Arrays Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • 2. Diagraming a Twitter tag network http://evomlit.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/revisiting-the-question-of-tagging/ Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • Diagram for #Rhizo14 http://hawksey.info/tagsexplorer/?key=tDHgQeSbHR3fcvN81EHnxQQ&sheet=oaw Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • 3. Provoking discussion From Superstar educator Dave Cormier https://p2pu.org/en/courses/882/content/1796/ Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • 4. About badges from Jim Buckingham Vance Stevens MM3 23rd Feb 2014
    • For more, slides at http://slideshare.net/vances And read a draft of The Elephant in the Fire Hose here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e0J3DaaQ4W_boJUjtGF7YuHjbXIzb MtWBDybWoR0QpY/edit