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    • Will Richardson will@willrichardson.com willrichardson.com @willrich45 bit.ly/11MFaUW Preparing Students for a Self-Directed, Self-Organized Learning World Monday, July 22, 13
    • Summer of Confusion Tour 2013 Monday, July 22, 13
    • #royalbaby Monday, July 22, 13
    • #INeLearn Monday, July 22, 13
    • todaysmeet.com/mccsc13 Monday, July 22, 13
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    • “We can’t be creative if we refuse to be confused. Change always starts with confusion.” Margaret Wheatley Monday, July 22, 13
    • Turn to someone next to you and share your confusion about education. What questions are you asking? DISCUSSION Monday, July 22, 13
    • Most disruptive moment in education ever. Starting Points/Beliefs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Most amazing time to be a learner. Starting Points/Beliefs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Schools need to be different, not better. Starting Points/Beliefs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Educators need to be different, not better. Starting Points/Beliefs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Computers should be used to “amplify human potential.” Starting Points/Beliefs Monday, July 22, 13
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    • Scarcity Monday, July 22, 13
    • ABUNDANCE Monday, July 22, 13
    • 5 Billion App Downloads 2.5 Billion People 2 Trillion Webpages 5Years ofYouTube video per minute Est. 1 billion photos uploaded each day 2014 5Years of all IP video per second 100,000 Tweets per minute 12 Billion Internet Connected Devices by 2015 ABUNDANCE Monday, July 22, 13
    • tnw.co/17MVCYl Monday, July 22, 13
    • CHANGE Monday, July 22, 13
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    • Games Videos Networks Texts Hangouts (...and all sorts of other interesting stuff they don’t have access to at school.) ABUNDANCEKids’Version Monday, July 22, 13
    • ...A world marked by “ubiquitous computing, ubiquitous information, ubiquitous networks, at unlimited speed, about everything, everywhere, from anywhere, on all kinds of devices that make it ridiculously easy to connect, organize, share, collect, collaborate and publish.” Michael Wesch Monday, July 22, 13
    • Media Politics Journalism Medicine Books Business Music... Which is Changing: Monday, July 22, 13
    • i.e. Monday, July 22, 13
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    • i.e. Monday, July 22, 13
    • “The change we are in the middle of isn’t minor, and it isn’t optional.” Clay Shirky Monday, July 22, 13
    • In Education: Monday, July 22, 13
    • In Education: A Clash of Contexts Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning (Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators) Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning (Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators) Modern Learning (Kids with Access, Connected, Networked Learners) Vs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning Modern Learning Delivery Vs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning Modern Learning Delivery Discovery Vs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning What you want me to learn. Modern Learning Vs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning What you want me to learn. Modern Learning What I want to learn Vs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning Just in case. Modern Learning Vs Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning Just in case. Modern Learning Just in time. Vs Monday, July 22, 13
    • New reality Monday, July 22, 13
    • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundant supply and ubiquitous. NEW REALITIES Monday, July 22, 13
    • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundant supply and ubiquitous. That supply of knowledge and information is expanding and changing at a rate like never before. ABUNDANCENEW REALITIES Monday, July 22, 13
    • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundant supply and ubiquitous. That supply of knowledge and information is expanding and changing at a rate like never before. We cannot predict the impacts of technological advances on the future of learning and work. ABUNDANCENEW REALITIES Monday, July 22, 13
    • Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundant supply and ubiquitous. That supply of knowledge and information is expanding and changing at a rate like never before. We cannot predict the impacts of technological advances on the future of learning and work. A wide range of new skills and literacies will be required to navigate the future. ABUNDANCENEW REALITIES Monday, July 22, 13
    • THE Key Shift: NEW REALITY Monday, July 22, 13
    • Institutionally Organized World ABUNDANCENEW REALITY Monday, July 22, 13
    • Institutionally Organized World Self-Organized World ABUNDANCENEW REALITY Monday, July 22, 13
    • ...a travel agent to book our flights? ...an agent to get a record deal? ...a broker to buy stock? ...a publisher to write a book? ...a journalist to report the news? Remember when we needed... Monday, July 22, 13
    • ...a travel agent to book our flights? ...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 school to learn Algebra? Remember when we needed... Monday, July 22, 13
    • Institutionally Organized Learning Self-Organized Learning ABUNDANCENEW ED REALITY Monday, July 22, 13
    • THE Disruption bit.ly/13i4a68 Monday, July 22, 13
    • Access to an abundance of content, knowledge, information, teachers, and technologies shifts the balance of power for learning from the school to the learner... Monday, July 22, 13
    • Access to an abundance of content, knowledge, information, teachers, and technologies shifts the balance of power for learning from the school to the learner... ...whether we like it or not. Monday, July 22, 13
    • It. Changes. Us. Monday, July 22, 13
    • “What you ought to be learning at school is that you don’t need to be taught in order to learn.” Seymour Papert bit.ly/ZTTvji Monday, July 22, 13
    • Especially now. Monday, July 22, 13
    • “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. ” Alvin Toffler Monday, July 22, 13
    • Part 1: Relearning Learning RELEARNING Monday, July 22, 13
    • "Productive learning is the learning process which engenders and reinforces wanting to learn more.Absent wanting to learn, the learning context is unproductive or counterproductive." Seymour Sarason Monday, July 22, 13
    • “Connected Learning” New Reality Monday, July 22, 13
    • Networks are the new classrooms. Monday, July 22, 13
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    • “Connected learning is realized when a young person is able to pursue a personal interest or passion with the support of friends and caring adults, and is in turn able to link this learning and interest to academic achievement, career success or civic engagement.” Mimi Ito Monday, July 22, 13
    • “Continual Learning” New Reality Monday, July 22, 13
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    • Top “Learning” Tools 2012 582 votes http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/ Monday, July 22, 13
    • Top “Learning” Tools 2012 582 votes http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/ Self-organized learning Monday, July 22, 13
    • In a world of abundance, learning is less about content (which is everywhere) and more about skills and dispositions. RELEARNING Monday, July 22, 13
    • “Create-ive Learning” New Reality Monday, July 22, 13
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    • “We are at a turning point in human history–a rising tide of a culture of participation in global networks that open doors of which we humans have never dreamed. We must remember,“making” at its core, is about “teaching” kids to view the world (not just school) in a completely different way. It’s about empowerment and ownership of destiny.  The ability to wonder and dream is great but realizing that one can “make something happen” is a very powerful thing.” Pam Moran Monday, July 22, 13
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    • bit.ly/11X5R7F Monday, July 22, 13
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    • bit.ly/10dDHI4 Monday, July 22, 13
    • What will be required to “successfully navigate an increasingly complex world?” Monday, July 22, 13
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    • “There’s no competitive advantage today in knowing more than the person next to you.The world doesn’t care what you know.What the world cares about is what you can do with what you know.” Tony Wagner Monday, July 22, 13
    • Easier Harder Less Important More Important Learning in a Time of Abundance Difficulty to Assess Content Knowledge Critical Thinking Problem Solving Basic Skills Monday, July 22, 13
    • Easier Harder Less Important More Important Difficulty to Assess Content Knowledge Critical Thinking Creativity Problem Solving Entrepreneurial Thinking Problem Finding Networking Synthesis Passion to Learn Curiosity Creating Solutions Participation Sharing Connecting Collaboration Basic Skills Inquiry Initiative Courage Empathy Learning in a Time of Abundance Resilience Monday, July 22, 13
    • This? Monday, July 22, 13
    • This? Monday, July 22, 13
    • Given the changes in the ways in which we can learn with technology, what questions do we now need to be asking? DISCUSSION Monday, July 22, 13
    • Part 2: Relearning “School” RELEARNING Monday, July 22, 13
    • New Reality Teachers are everywhere Classrooms are everywhere “School” is everywhere Monday, July 22, 13
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    • 215,284,446 Lots of Lessons Delivered Monday, July 22, 13
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    • What if he’s right? Monday, July 22, 13
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    • Self-Organized LearningSelf-Organized Learning Monday, July 22, 13
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    • “What does a middle school algebra teacher do if kindergarteners can start learning to solve equations within a couple of hours?” Monday, July 22, 13
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    • New Question: If this is what our students now have access to... ...what is our new role? Monday, July 22, 13
    • New Question: Monday, July 22, 13
    • New Answer: That which cannot be “Khanified.” Monday, July 22, 13
    • Now that curriculum and instruction can be delivered in many different ways, what questions do we now need to be asking? DISCUSSION Monday, July 22, 13
    • Part 3: Relearning Higher Education RELEARNING Monday, July 22, 13
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    • bit.ly/MZmNDy Monday, July 22, 13
    • bit.ly/MZmNDy Monday, July 22, 13
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    • bit.ly/MZmNDy Scarcity Monday, July 22, 13
    • bit.ly/MZmNDy Scarcity Monday, July 22, 13
    • bit.ly/MZmNDy Scarcity Abundance Monday, July 22, 13
    • bit.ly/MZmNDy Scarcity Abundance Information ≠ Education Monday, July 22, 13
    • bit.ly/MZmNDy Scarcity Abundance Monday, July 22, 13
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    • 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. Monday, July 22, 13
    • 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.Tech Monday, July 22, 13
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    • atlas.edupunksguide.org/ Monday, July 22, 13
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    • Institutionally Organized Self- Organized Monday, July 22, 13
    • 2024? Monday, July 22, 13
    • Self-Organized Learners? Monday, July 22, 13
    • Now that there are expanding pathways to a professional “education,” what questions do we now need to be asking? DISCUSSION Monday, July 22, 13
    • Part 4: Relearning The Future of Work RELEARNING Monday, July 22, 13
    • “If you’re talking 100 years, there’s no doubt in my mind that all jobs will be gone, including creative ones. And 100 years is not far in the future — some of our children will be alive in 100 years.” Hod Lipson, Cornell U. Monday, July 22, 13
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    • bit.ly/UsKA4h Monday, July 22, 13
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    • Self-Organized Work Monday, July 22, 13
    • “Looking to the future of work, one could sum up the anticipated impacts in a single word: More. More intensity. More pressure. More change. More risk. But also, more opportunity. More engagement. More transparency. More impact.” Yvette Cameron Monday, July 22, 13
    • Faced with a rapidly changing picture of the future of work for our students, what questions do we now need to be asking? DISCUSSION Monday, July 22, 13
    • To Sum it Up: ABUNDANCE Monday, July 22, 13
    • Means that we are now the central, organizing force in our own learning, our own education, and, increasingly our own careers. ABUNDANCE Monday, July 22, 13
    • Means that we now need the skills and dispositions to “design”our own learning and careers. ABUNDANCE Monday, July 22, 13
    • Means we must develop a new context for modern learning. ABUNDANCE Monday, July 22, 13
    • So... Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning Modern Learning Vs (?) Monday, July 22, 13
    • Traditional Learning Modern Learning AND Monday, July 22, 13
    • “We have to do both.” Monday, July 22, 13
    • New Reality Schools need to be “different”... not just “better.” Monday, July 22, 13
    • New Reality “Better” won’t cut it. Monday, July 22, 13
    • June 3, 1952 Monday, July 22, 13
    • May 2, 1952 Monday, July 22, 13
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    • Moral of the Story “Better” matters little if what people need and want is something else. Monday, July 22, 13
    • Where Do We Start? Figure out where we are. Monday, July 22, 13
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    • bit.ly/claritydemo Monday, July 22, 13
    • Where Do We Start? With us. Monday, July 22, 13
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    • LEARNERS FIRST Monday, July 22, 13
    • LEARNERS FIRSTTeachers Second Monday, July 22, 13
    • Where Do We Start? Be confused. Monday, July 22, 13
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    • School for Modern Learners bit.ly/psfml Monday, July 22, 13
    • will@willrichardson.com @willrich45 willrichardson.com Monday, July 22, 13