Future Of Learning; Part II


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  • The following concepts are NOT solely based on my opinion - they are based on extensive research informed by current reports and predictions, futurists views, watching current behaviours and looking at adoption patterns. These are interpreted by my own experiences as an educator, researcher, and practitioner. The important aspect we’re going to focus on - is NOT the technology - but what we can enable with the technology.
  • Geo-located Intelligent devices Augmented reality Discretely embedded activities - won’t require you to keep learning how to use a new product.
  • Future Of Learning; Part II

    1. 1. (cc) Anne Bartlett-Bragg, Headshift, December 2009 The Future of Learning: Part II Smarter, Simple, Social: from eLearning to fLearning
    2. 2. Topics to explore Smarter Simple Impact Social Solutions [ Agenda ]
    3. 3. Scenario 1: Digital technology is everywhere; it is embedded in everything around you from city streets, to buildings, to flagpoles and bus stops. These technologies can talk to each other and to the technologies and sensors you have embedded in your clothes. As a result, your environment can adapt to you and connect with you and know everything about you - where you are, how you feel, what you’ve done, what you might want to do... from “2020 and beyond” Future Lab 2007
    4. 4. Augmented reality On demand Faster Smarter Bytes Autonomous Ubiquitous Just-in-time Self- directed
    5. 5. Augmented Reality
    6. 6. Projection Augmented Models
    7. 7. What are the opportunities for institutional learning?
    8. 8. Opportunities Personalised Relevant Accessible = engaged learners
    9. 9. What will be the impact on learners?
    10. 10. Impact Dislocated information Incomplete chunks cognitive scaffold Critical reflection missing
    11. 11. What’s the solution? (what will YOU do?)
    12. 12. Informed pedagogy Individual Reflection sense-making Action Collection Creativity Innovation Group Collaboration sense-making Collective intelligence
    13. 13. Clouds Devices Information Simple RSS Storage
    14. 14. What will be the impact on institutional learning?
    15. 15. Impact Unlimited access to information Simplicity Intelligent recommendations Digital literacy
    16. 16. What’s the solution?
    17. 17. Informed choice of tools and platforms Device management Single logins Intelligent Recommendations search Sophisticated RSS
    18. 18. Scenario 2: By 2020, digital technology is embedded and distributed in most objects. All personal artefacts - your keys, clothes, shoes, notebook and newspaper - have devices embedded within them which can communicate with each other. As a result, we will interact with these technologies in ways which are more seamlessly and invisibly integrated into normal from “2020 and beyond” activities. Future Lab 2007
    19. 19. Social Participatory Personalised Networked Engaged
    20. 20. What will be the impact on organisational learning?
    21. 21. Impact Self-directed autonomous Contextualised Reputation
    22. 22. What’s will YOU do?
    23. 23. What is the future role of the educator?
    24. 24. • Trusted resource in a social learning network • Guiding and advising • Facilitating establishment of networks • Empowering • Supporting personal landscape development
    25. 25. Re-Frame: the way we consider the nature of learning
    26. 26. Re-Think: our concept and relationship with information
    27. 27. Re-Invigorate: our practice - re-engage with our purpose
    28. 28. “The best way to predict the future is to build it” Douglas Adams
    29. 29. Questions? annebb@headshift.com @annebb [ Questions]