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  • 1. Will Richardsonwill@willrichardson.comwillrichardson.com@willrich45bit.ly/11MFaUWRethinking School in an Era ofSelf-Organized, Networked LearningFriday, June 14, 13
  • 2. Friday, June 14, 13
  • 3. Two crucial, fundamental questions:Friday, June 14, 13
  • 4. How is it that you believe children learn?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 5. What is required for productive,“sticky”learning to take place?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 6. "Productive learning is the learningprocess which engenders and reinforceswanting to learn more. Absent wantingto learn, the learning context isunproductive or counterproductive."Seymour SarasonFriday, June 14, 13
  • 7. Do our students “want to learn more?”Friday, June 14, 13
  • 8. Do our students “want to learn more” aboutthe topics they study in school?Friday, June 14, 13
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  • 12. Jacob Arnott14-year old Editor in ChiefFriday, June 14, 13
  • 13. Friday, June 14, 13
  • 14. CHANGEFriday, June 14, 13
  • 15. ScarcityFriday, June 14, 13
  • 16. ABUNDANCEFriday, June 14, 13
  • 17. 5 Billion App Downloads2.5 Billion People2 Trillion Webpages5Years ofYouTube video per minuteEst. 1 billion photos uploaded each day 20145Years of all IP video per second100,000 Tweets per minute12 Billion Internet Connected Devices by 2015ABUNDANCEFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 20. GamesVideosNetworksTextsHangouts(...and all sorts of other interesting stuffthey don’t have access to at school.)ABUNDANCEKids’VersionFriday, June 14, 13
  • 21. ...A world marked by “ubiquitous computing,ubiquitous information, ubiquitous networks, atunlimited speed, about everything, everywhere,from anywhere, on all kinds of devices that makeit ridiculously easy to connect, organize, share,collect, collaborate and publish.”Michael WeschFriday, June 14, 13
  • 22. MediaPoliticsJournalismMedicineBooksBusinessMusic...Which is Changing:Friday, June 14, 13
  • 23. i.e.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 24. i.e.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 25. i.e.Friday, June 14, 13
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  • 27. U.S. Postal ServiceFriday, June 14, 13
  • 28. Education?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 29. MassiveShiftFriday, June 14, 13
  • 30. Friday, June 14, 13
  • 31. “The change we are in themiddle of isn’t minor, and itisn’t optional.”Clay ShirkyFriday, June 14, 13
  • 32. In Education:Friday, June 14, 13
  • 33. In Education:A Clash of ContextsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 34. Traditional Learning(Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators)Friday, June 14, 13
  • 35. Traditional Learning(Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators)Modern Learning(Kids with Access, Connected, Networked Learners)VsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 36. Traditional LearningModern LearningDeliveryVsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 37. Traditional LearningModern LearningDeliveryDiscoveryVsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 38. Traditional LearningWhat you want me to learn.Modern LearningVsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 39. Traditional LearningWhat you want me to learn.Modern LearningWhat I want to learnVsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 40. Traditional LearningJust in case.Modern LearningVsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 41. Traditional LearningJust in case.Modern LearningJust in time.VsFriday, June 14, 13
  • 42. New realityFriday, June 14, 13
  • 43. Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.NEW REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 44. Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.That supply of knowledge and information is expandingand changing at a rate like never before.ABUNDANCENEW REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 45. Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.That supply of knowledge and information is expandingand changing at a rate like never before.We cannot predict the impacts of technologicaladvances on the future of learning and work.ABUNDANCENEW REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 46. Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.That supply of knowledge and information is expandingand changing at a rate like never before.We cannot predict the impacts of technologicaladvances on the future of learning and work.A wide range of new skills and literacies will berequired to navigate the future.ABUNDANCENEW REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 47. THE Key Shift:NEW REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 48. Institutionally Organized WorldABUNDANCENEW REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 49. Institutionally Organized WorldSelf-Organized WorldABUNDANCENEW REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 50. ...an agent to get a record deal?...a broker to buy stock?...a publisher to write a book?...a journalist to report the news?...a travel agent to book our flights?Remember when we needed...Friday, June 14, 13
  • 51. ...an agent to get a record deal?...a broker to buy stock?...a publisher to write a book?...a journalist to report the news?...a travel agent to book our flights?...a school to learn Algebra?Remember when we needed...Friday, June 14, 13
  • 52. Institutionally Organized LearningSelf-Organized LearningABUNDANCENEW ED REALITYFriday, June 14, 13
  • 53. THE Disruptionbit.ly/13i4a68Friday, June 14, 13
  • 54. Access to an abundance of content,knowledge, information, teachers,and technologies shifts the balanceof power for learning from theschool to the learner...Friday, June 14, 13
  • 55. Access to an abundance of content,knowledge, information, teachers,and technologies shifts the balanceof power for learning from theschool to the learner......whether we like it or not.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 56. It. Changes. Us.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 57. “What you ought to be learning atschool is that you don’t need to betaught in order to learn.”Seymour Papertbit.ly/ZTTvjiFriday, June 14, 13
  • 58. Especially now.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 59. “The illiterate of the 21st centurywill not be those who cannot readand write, but those who cannotlearn, unlearn, and relearn. ”Alvin TofflerFriday, June 14, 13
  • 60. Part 1:Relearning LearningRELEARNINGFriday, June 14, 13
  • 61. Networks are the new classrooms.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 62. Friday, June 14, 13
  • 63. “Connected Learning”New RealityFriday, June 14, 13
  • 64. “Connected learning is realized when a youngperson is able to pursue a personal interest orpassion with the support of friends and caringadults, and is in turn able to link this learning andinterest to academic achievement, career successor civic engagement.”Mimi ItoFriday, June 14, 13
  • 65. “Continual Learning”New RealityFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 67. Top “Learning” Tools 2012582 voteshttp://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/Friday, June 14, 13
  • 68. Top “Learning” Tools 2012582 voteshttp://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/Self-organized learningFriday, June 14, 13
  • 69. In a world of abundance, learningis less about content (which iseverywhere) and more about skillsand dispositions.RELEARNINGFriday, June 14, 13
  • 70. “There’s no competitive advantage todayin knowing more than the person next toyou.The world doesn’t care what youknow.What the world cares about iswhat you can do with what you know.”Tony WagnerFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 72. creativitypassion to knowapplication of knowledgeinquiryseeing patternsposing and answering questionsunderstanding the worldacquiring knowledgecuriosityfinding and solving problemsmaking somethingunderstanding something you previously didn’t understandmaking connectionschanging your perspective on somethingsynthesizing ideasadding new knowledgeRELEARNINGFriday, June 14, 13
  • 73. creativitypassion to knowapplication of knowledgeinquiryseeing patternsposing and answering questionsunderstanding the worldacquiring knowledgecuriosityfinding and solving problemsmaking somethingunderstanding something you previously didn’t understandmaking connectionschanging your perspective on somethingsynthesizing ideasadding new knowledgeRELEARNINGWhich of These do we Assess?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 74. creativitypassion to knowapplication of knowledgeinquiryseeing patternsposing and answering questionsunderstanding the worldacquiring knowledgecuriosityfinding and solving problemsmaking somethingunderstanding something you previously didn’t understandmaking connectionschanging your perspective on somethingsynthesizing ideasadding new knowledgeRELEARNINGFriday, June 14, 13
  • 75. “Learning the new is about being in the flow of newideas, making sense of what we hear and find out, i.e. by‘joining the dots’ ourselves, and by sharing our thoughts,experiences, with others in our teams, groups,communities and networks. It’s not about waiting forsomeone to come along to teach us this new knowledgeor new skills but rather to continuously learn forourselves.”Jane HartFriday, June 14, 13
  • 76. Part 2:Relearning “School”RELEARNINGFriday, June 14, 13
  • 77. New RealityTeachers are everywhereClassrooms are everywhere“School” is everywhereFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 79. 215,284,446 Lots of Lessons DeliveredFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 83. What if he’s right?Friday, June 14, 13
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  • 86. Self-Organized LearningSelf-Organized LearningFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 90. “What does a middle school algebra teacher doif kindergarteners can start learning to solve equationswithin a couple of hours?”Friday, June 14, 13
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  • 95. New Question:If this is what our students nowhave access to......what is our new role?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 96. New Question:Friday, June 14, 13
  • 97. New Answer:That which cannot be“Khanified.”Friday, June 14, 13
  • 98. Part 3:Relearning Higher EducationRELEARNINGFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 101. bit.ly/MZmNDyFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 106. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityFriday, June 14, 13
  • 107. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityFriday, June 14, 13
  • 108. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityAbundanceFriday, June 14, 13
  • 109. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityAbundanceInformation ≠ EducationFriday, June 14, 13
  • 110. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityAbundanceFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 112. Cal Tech, Georgia Tech, U. ofVa, Duke, Rice, Johns Hopkins,Stamford, U. of Washington, U. of Illinois, U. of Edinburgh, U.of Toronto, Princeton, U. of Penn.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 113. Cal Tech, Georgia Tech, U. ofVa, Duke, Rice, Johns Hopkins,Stamford, U. of Washington, U. of Illinois, U. of Edinburgh, U.of Toronto, Princeton, U. of Penn.“This is the tsunami.”--Richard DeMillo, Ga.TechFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 121. InstitutionallyOrganizedSelf-OrganizedFriday, June 14, 13
  • 122. 2024?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 123. Self-Organized Learners?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 124. Part 4:Relearning The Future of WorkRELEARNINGFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 128. bit.ly/UsKA4hFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 134. Self-Organized WorkFriday, June 14, 13
  • 135. “Looking to the future of work, one couldsum up the anticipated impacts in a singleword: More. More intensity. More pressure.More change. More risk. But also, moreopportunity. More engagement. Moretransparency. More impact.”Yvette CameronFriday, June 14, 13
  • 136. To Sum it Up:ABUNDANCEFriday, June 14, 13
  • 137. Means that we are now the central,organizing force in our own learning, our owneducation, and, increasingly our own careers.ABUNDANCEFriday, June 14, 13
  • 138. Means that we now need the skills anddispositions to “design”our ownlearning and careers.ABUNDANCEFriday, June 14, 13
  • 139. Means we must develop a new context formodern learning.ABUNDANCEFriday, June 14, 13
  • 140. So...Friday, June 14, 13
  • 141. Traditional LearningModern LearningVs (?)Friday, June 14, 13
  • 142. Traditional LearningModern LearningANDFriday, June 14, 13
  • 143. “We have to do both.”Friday, June 14, 13
  • 144. New RealitySchools need to be “different”...not just “better.”Friday, June 14, 13
  • 145. New Reality“Better” won’t cut it.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 146. June 3, 1952Friday, June 14, 13
  • 147. May 2, 1952Friday, June 14, 13
  • 148. Friday, June 14, 13
  • 149. Moral of the Story“Better” matters little if what people needand want is something else.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 150. Where Do We Start?Friday, June 14, 13
  • 151. Where Do We Start?With us.Friday, June 14, 13
  • 152. Where Do We Start?Ask:“Are we self-organized, connected,modern learners?”Friday, June 14, 13
  • 153. LEARNERS FIRSTFriday, June 14, 13
  • 154. LEARNERS FIRSTTeachers SecondFriday, June 14, 13
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  • 156. will@willrichardson.com@willrich45willrichardson.comFriday, June 14, 13