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Modernizing Your Association Education: Planning For The Participatory Culture

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Talking heads, passive listeners, audience engagement, active participation or something in between? What's the best way to provide education at conferences and events? Discuss new research on adult learning from MIT, Duke and the University of California and its impact on your education programming. Discover how participatory culture is invading the traditional education model and what you can do to create engaging education sessions for your organization meetings

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Modernizing Your Association Education: Planning For The Participatory Culture

  1. 1. Modernizing YourAssociation EducationThe Impact Of Today’s Participatory Culture 1
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  6. 6. Is there a difference between education & information? 19
  7. 7. Teaches skills in critical thinking problem solving collaboration decision making evaluation analysis
  8. 8. an active process that takes place in theworking memory as the learner abstractsmeaning and connects with existingknowledge in long-term memory
  9. 9. an active process that takes place in theworking memory as the learner abstractsmeaning and connects with existingknowledge in long-term memory
  10. 10. must be given time for making meaning & connectingnew info with knowledge in long-term memory
  11. 11. People usually forget 90% ofwhat they learn in a classwithin 30 days. Majority of loss occurs within hours of class. German psychologist & memory researcher Hermann Ebbinghaus
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  13. 13. Define engagement 32
  14. 14. 3 Levels Of Engagement Conversation, collaboration, collective action 33
  15. 15. How can we help attendees get from thefirst level to last?Conversation, collaboration, collective action 34
  16. 16. Traditional Education uses a push method Old • Training • Rigid • Program • Mandated • Formal 35
  17. 17. Today’s Education uses a pull method Old New • Training • Learning • Rigid • Flexible • Program • Platform • Mandated • Self-Service • Formal • Informal 36
  18. 18. The Traditional Conference Push MethodConference & Event Organizers decidewhere bus going, attendees along for ride.(Good for newbies, bad for veterans) 37
  19. 19. The New Conference Pull Method Riders choose destination, speed, route & decide if they want to take detours or help others. (Best for veterans and experienced professionals) 38
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  21. 21. Participatory Culture 40
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  24. 24. on social networking sites 43
  25. 25. Today’s networked individuals emerging class of citizens Participatory Class 44
  26. 26. Active participation in content development, sharing Participatory Culture 45
  27. 27. Social connection to others contributions matterParticipatory Culture 46
  28. 28. The FutureOf LearningInstitutionsIn ADigital Agehttp://www.hastac.org/node/2238 47
  29. 29. Education musttransition to 48
  30. 30. 1) Participatory LearningInternet changed how we alllearn, play, socializeengage in life
  31. 31. Participatory LearningCommonplace, not exoticProcess, not product
  32. 32. Participatory LearningNot passiveAbout conversationscomments, engagement
  33. 33. • How does participatory learning impact traditional conferences? 52
  34. 34. 2) Presumed AuthorityTo Collective Credibility Communal Democratic 53
  35. 35. Presumed Authority to Collective Credibility Problem solving via group processes Interdisciplinary 54
  36. 36. Presumed Authority to Collective CredibilityRequires helping attendees learn skills to address different points of views 55
  37. 37. • What barriers exist to keep you from moving to this model? 56
  38. 38. • What role do Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) play in this model? 57
  39. 39. 3) Horizontal StructuresLess authoritative, top-down, standard Knowledge gap between speaker audience shrunk 58
  40. 40. Horizontal StructuresCollaboration, teamwork,problem solving, knowledge making 59
  41. 41. Horizontal StructuresEmphasis on Peer to PeerLess monologues, panel dialogues 60
  42. 42. 4) Variety of Formal & Informal Informal Learning Opps80% learning - informal Move from push to pull methods 61
  43. 43. Formal & InformalNovice workers Mature (5-10 yrs) Experienced >10 yrsDirected Self-Directed Helping OthersClass Discovery CoachingCourse Searching (Google) Mentoring 62 Source: Jay Cross’ Working Smarter
  44. 44. Formal & InformalNovice workers Mature (5-10 yrs) Experienced >10 yrsDirected Self-Directed Helping OthersClass Discovery CoachingCourse Searching (Google) MentoringLecture Trial-and-error StorytellingTest/Exam Collaborating Giving Feedback1 Right Answer Asking Nurturing 63 Source: Jay Cross’ Working Smarter
  45. 45. Formal & InformalNovice workers Mature (5-10 yrs) Experienced >10 yrsDirected Self-Directed Helping OthersClass Discovery CoachingCourse Searching (Google) MentoringLecture Trial-and-error StorytellingTest/Exam Collaborating Giving Feedback1 Right Answer Asking NurturingCurriculum Skimming ModelingListening Observing ReflectingInstructions Conversing Connecting 64 Source: Jay Cross’ Working Smarter
  46. 46. • What must we do differently to encourage this? 65
  47. 47. Formal & InformalNovice workers Mature (5-10 yrs) Experienced >10 yrsDirected Self-Directed Helping OthersClass Discovery CoachingCourse Searching (Google) MentoringLecture Trial-and-error StorytellingTest/Exam Collaborating Giving Feedback1 Right Answer Asking NurturingCurriculum Skimming ModelingListening Observing ReflectingInstructions Conversing Connecting 66 Source: Jay Cross’ Working Smarter
  48. 48. 5) Networked Learning Learning is social Conversational & partnering 67
  49. 49. Networked Learning Emphasizes flexibility & outcomes Mobilizing networks Assertive to enabling 68
  50. 50. • How can you encourage more participant dialogue & conversations at your conferences and in your education? 69
  51. 51. 6) Interactive & w/out WallsLife-long learningFree Wi-FiEncouraging social sharing 70
  52. 52. 6) Interactive & w/out WallsMany-to-multitudesEngages those not presentExtends messages 71
  53. 53. 6) Interactive & w/out WallsExtends ideas, practices for bettermentOf Profession & Industry 72
  54. 54. We serve Our Members Best By Serving Our Industry First 73
  55. 55. How does this statement impact youreducation? Do you agree? Disagree?Why?“We serve our members best by serving our industry first.” 74
  56. 56. • What challenges do you see with “Without Walls?”• How can you overcome them? 75
  57. 57. 1) Participatory Learning1. To participatory learning2. From presumed authority to collective credibility3. To more horizontal structures 76
  58. 58. 1) Participatory Learning2) Presumed Authority1. ToCollective CredibilityTo participatory learning2. From presumed authority to collective credibility3. To more horizontal structures 77
  59. 59. 1) Participatory Learning2) Presumed Authority1. ToCollective CredibilityTo participatory learning2. From presumed authority to3) Horizontal Structures collective credibility3. To more horizontal structures 78
  60. 60. 4) Formal & Informal1. To participatory learning2. From presumed authority to collective credibility3. To more horizontal structures 79
  61. 61. 4) Formal & Informal5) Networked Learning1. To participatory learning2. From presumed authority to collective credibility3. To more horizontal structures 80
  62. 62. 4) Formal & Informal5) Networked Learning1. To participatory learning walls6) Interactive & w/o2. From presumed authority to collective credibility3. To more horizontal structures 81
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  67. 67. Planning Education Not A Piece Of Cake 86
  68. 68. Adult Ed & Meetings 87
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