web 2.0 tools for inclusive learning workshop policy development bert mulder | esociety institute | The Hague, Netherland
linksup – what policy and why <ul><li>why: sense of urgency </li></ul><ul><li>what: learning 2.0 </li></ul><ul><li>policy:...
learning 2.0 | why <ul><li>society is changing: demographic developments </li></ul>
learning 2.0 | why <ul><li>society is changing: demographic developments </li></ul>today society will be missing the profe...
learning 2.0 | why <ul><li>society is changing: what about its people? </li></ul>solution : self organization | taking res...
learning 2.0 | what essential catalyst for a vital society life long learning -  ‘2.0’ 2.0 – easy | distributed | digital ...
policy for learning 2.0 | four questions <ul><li>is learning 2.0 an essential catalyst? </li></ul><ul><li>what challenges ...
four questions on policy  <ul><li>is learning 2.0 an essential catalyst? </li></ul>from ‘nice to have’ to ‘need to have’? ...
four questions on policy  <ul><li>what are the greatest challenges  </li></ul><ul><li>in stimulating the uptake of learnin...
four questions on policy  <ul><li>what approach to policy? </li></ul>level: European | national | local? partners: formal ...
four questions on policy <ul><li>what advice to policymakers </li></ul>time and tempo scope reach
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Final Conference Workshop 2: Policies - Facilitator: Bert Mulder

  1. 1. web 2.0 tools for inclusive learning workshop policy development bert mulder | esociety institute | The Hague, Netherland
  2. 2. linksup – what policy and why <ul><li>why: sense of urgency </li></ul><ul><li>what: learning 2.0 </li></ul><ul><li>policy: four questions </li></ul>
  3. 3. learning 2.0 | why <ul><li>society is changing: demographic developments </li></ul>
  4. 4. learning 2.0 | why <ul><li>society is changing: demographic developments </li></ul>today society will be missing the professionals of today basic systems will be deeply affected in healthcare – no docters and nurses in government – no civil servants in education – no teachers in 10 years – minus 30% in 30 years – minus 70% !
  5. 5. learning 2.0 | why <ul><li>society is changing: what about its people? </li></ul>solution : self organization | taking responsibility | empowerment life long learning - ‘2.0’ depressed homeless lonely poor disabled troubled sick elderly alzheimers unemployed
  6. 6. learning 2.0 | what essential catalyst for a vital society life long learning - ‘2.0’ 2.0 – easy | distributed | digital | participatory access to knowledge | operational |tactical | strategic access to learning | ‘gets them to reflect and learn’ hard skills | soft skills
  7. 7. policy for learning 2.0 | four questions <ul><li>is learning 2.0 an essential catalyst? </li></ul><ul><li>what challenges in stimulating the uptake of learning 2.0 </li></ul><ul><li>what approach to policy </li></ul><ul><li>what advice to policymakers </li></ul>
  8. 8. four questions on policy <ul><li>is learning 2.0 an essential catalyst? </li></ul>from ‘nice to have’ to ‘need to have’? education or else who? is active policy essential?
  9. 9. four questions on policy <ul><li>what are the greatest challenges </li></ul><ul><li>in stimulating the uptake of learning 2.0? </li></ul>sense of urgency | awareness? technology | development | adoption? formal | informal | learning content | ‘learning’ as an informal processes? funding? can policy ease the challenges?
  10. 10. four questions on policy <ul><li>what approach to policy? </li></ul>level: European | national | local? partners: formal | informal? form: stimulating | implementation? what level and form of policy is appropriate?
  11. 11. four questions on policy <ul><li>what advice to policymakers </li></ul>time and tempo scope reach
  12. 12. web 2.0 tools for inclusive learning workshop policy development bert mulder | esociety institute | The Hague, Netherland

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