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  • 1. Reimagining LearningThe impact of the “ever-changing world” on educationWill Richardsonwill@willrichardson.comwillrichardson.com@willrich45bit.ly/11MFaUWSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 6. What are the conditions necessary for“sticky,” meaningful learning?Opening QuestionSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 11. Jacob Arnott14-year old Editor in ChiefSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 13. New ContextSunday, April 28, 13
  • 14. ScarcitySunday, April 28, 13
  • 15. ABUNDANCESunday, April 28, 13
  • 16. “Crisis of Contexts”Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 17. Traditional Learning(Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators)Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 18. Traditional Learning(Politicians, Parents, Communities, Educators)Modern Learning(Kids with Access, Connected, Networked Learners)VsSunday, April 28, 13
  • 19. Traditional LearningModern LearningDeliveryVsSunday, April 28, 13
  • 20. Traditional LearningModern LearningDeliveryDiscoveryVsSunday, April 28, 13
  • 21. Traditional LearningWhat you want me to learn.Modern LearningWhat I want to learnVsSunday, April 28, 13
  • 22. Traditional LearningJust in case.Modern LearningJust in time.VsSunday, April 28, 13
  • 23. New realitySunday, April 28, 13
  • 24. CHANGESunday, April 28, 13
  • 25. “The change we are in themiddle of isn’t minor, and itisn’t optional.”Clay ShirkySunday, April 28, 13
  • 26. 750,000 Apps2.5 Billion People2 Trillion Webpages5Years ofYouTube video per minute5Years of all IP video per second100,000 Tweets per minute12 Billion Internet Connected Devices by 2015Etc...ABUNDANCESunday, April 28, 13
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  • 28. GamesVideosNetworksTextsHangouts(...and all sorts of other interesting stuffthey don’t have access to at school.)ABUNDANCEKids’VersionSunday, April 28, 13
  • 29. ...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 WeschSunday, April 28, 13
  • 30. MediaPoliticsJournalismMedicineBooksBusinessMusic...Which is Changing:Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 31. i.e.Sunday, April 28, 13
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  • 33. New realitySunday, April 28, 13
  • 34. Information, knowledge and teachers are in abundantsupply and ubiquitous.NEW REALITYSunday, April 28, 13
  • 35. 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 REALITYSunday, April 28, 13
  • 36. 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 REALITYSunday, April 28, 13
  • 37. 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 REALITYSunday, April 28, 13
  • 38. THE Key Shift:NEW REALITYSunday, April 28, 13
  • 39. Institutionally Organized WorldABUNDANCENEW REALITYSunday, April 28, 13
  • 40. Institutionally Organized WorldSelf-Organized WorldABUNDANCENEW REALITYSunday, April 28, 13
  • 41. “The illiterate of the 21st centurywill not be those who cannot readand write, but those who cannotlearn, unlearn, and relearn. ”Alvin TofflerSunday, April 28, 13
  • 42. Part 1:Relearning LearningRELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
  • 43. What do you mean by “learning?”RELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
  • 44. “Higher student achievement?”“Improved student performance?”“Better student outcomes?”“College readiness?”RELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
  • 45. 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 knowledgeRELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
  • 46. "Productive learning is the learningprocess which engenders and reinforceswanting to learn more.Absent wantingto learn, the learning context isunproductive or counterproductive."Seymour SarasonSunday, April 28, 13
  • 47. Key Point:Information + Hunger/Passion =LearningRELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 49. "We don’t have brilliant kids...We find out what theirpassions are, what they really like to study, and weaccelerate them gradually.”Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 50. Don’t Forget:“Learning more” is easier than ever.RELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
  • 51. “Learning more” is easier than ever.RELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
  • 52. RELEARNINGcreativitypassion 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 knowledgeWhich of These do we Assess?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 53. EasierHarderLess Important More ImportantLearning in aTime of AbundanceDifficultytoAssessContentKnowledgeCriticalThinkingProblemSolvingBasic SkillsSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 55. EasierHarderLess Important More ImportantDifficultytoAssessContentKnowledgeCriticalThinkingCreativityProblemSolvingEntrepreneurialThinkingProblemFindingNetworkingSynthesisPassionto LearnCuriosityCreatingSolutionsParticipationSharingConnectingCollaborationBasic SkillsInquiryInitiativeCourageEmpathyLearning in aTime of AbundanceResilienceSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 58. "We find out what their passions are, what they reallylike to study, and we accelerate them gradually," she says.Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 59. “Connected Learning”Our NewValueSunday, April 28, 13
  • 60. “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 ItoSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 62. Networks are the new classrooms.Sunday, April 28, 13
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  • 64. “What can you do has been replaced by whatcan you and your network connections do.Knowledge itself is moving from the individualto the individual and his contacts.”Jay CrossSunday, April 28, 13
  • 65. Part 2:Relearning “School”RELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
  • 66. New RealityTeachers are everywhereClassrooms are everywhere“School” is everywhereSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 68. 215,284,446 Lots of Lessons DeliveredSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 72. What if he’s right?Sunday, April 28, 13
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  • 75. Self-Organized LearningSelf-Organized LearningSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 80. “What does a middle school algebra teacher doif kindergarteners can start learning to solve equationswithin a couple of hours?”Sunday, April 28, 13
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  • 85. New Question:If this is what our students nowhave access to......what is our new role?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 86. New Question:Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 87. New Answer:That which cannot be“Khanified.”Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 88. Part 3:Relearning Higher EducationRELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 91. bit.ly/MZmNDySunday, April 28, 13
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  • 96. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcitySunday, April 28, 13
  • 97. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcitySunday, April 28, 13
  • 98. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityAbundanceSunday, April 28, 13
  • 99. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityAbundanceInformation ≠ EducationSunday, April 28, 13
  • 100. bit.ly/MZmNDyScarcityAbundanceSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 102. 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.Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 103. 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.TechSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 110. InstitutionallyOrganizedSelf-OrganizedSunday, April 28, 13
  • 111. 2024?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 112. Self-Organized Learners?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 113. Part 4:Relearning WorkRELEARNINGSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 121. Self-Organized WorkSunday, April 28, 13
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  • 124. 43% of 5-12th graders said they plannedto start their own businesses.Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 125. Are you helping your studentsbecome successful entrepreneurs?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 126. --Stephen DownesSunday, April 28, 13
  • 127. “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 CameronSunday, April 28, 13
  • 128. To Sum it Up:ABUNDANCESunday, April 28, 13
  • 129. Means that we are now the central,organizing force in our own learning, our owneducation, and, increasingly our own careers.ABUNDANCESunday, April 28, 13
  • 130. Means that we now need the skills anddispositions to “design”our ownlearning and careers.ABUNDANCESunday, April 28, 13
  • 131. Means we must develop a new context formodern learning.ABUNDANCESunday, April 28, 13
  • 132. QuestionSo, what are the skills anddispositions that our students nowneed to succeed?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 133. New Answer:CuriosityResiliencePassionEntrepreneurial ThinkingEmpathyCreativityCollaborationInquiryNetworkingCommunicationCritical Thinking(and more)Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 134. “The only competitive skill in thelong run is skill at learning.”Seymour PapertSunday, April 28, 13
  • 135. New RealitySchools need to be “different”...not just “better.”Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 136. June 3, 1952Sunday, April 28, 13
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  • 139. Moral of the Story“Better” matters little if what people needand want is something else.Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 140. Moral of the Story“Better” matters little if what people needand want is something else.Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 141. CHANGESunday, April 28, 13
  • 142. Real ChallengesTimePoliciesParentsState AssessmentsBudgets“Reforms”Lack of VisionAccess TechnologySupportPace of ChangeCurriculumTraditionCommon CoreSunday, April 28, 13
  • 143. Real ChallengesTimePoliciesParentsState AssessmentsBudgets“Reforms”Lack of VisionAccess TechnologySupportPace of ChangeCurriculumTraditionCommon Core“Yeah, Buts”Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 144. Amazing OpportunitiesSunday, April 28, 13
  • 145. Where Do We Start?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 146. Where Do We Start?With Us.Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 147. LEARNERS FIRSTSunday, April 28, 13
  • 148. LEARNERS FIRSTAre you:Self-organized?Self-directed?Connected?Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 149. LEARNERS FIRSTTeachers SecondSunday, April 28, 13
  • 150. Where Do We Start?Not, what have you learned.Sunday, April 28, 13
  • 151. Where Do We Start?What will you learn?Sunday, April 28, 13
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  • 153. will@willrichardson.com@willrich45willrichardson.comSunday, April 28, 13