How can we enable & facilitate this?
Alan Samuel
@alan2907
Middle East
New Zealand
S.Africa
Nigeria
Kenya
Singapore
Venezuela
13
165+
clients in
countries
Established
in 2004
Austra...
Custom/ Bespoke
eLearning
Custom/Bespoke
mLearning
Innovative
learning
solutions for
enhanced
performance
Winner of a Silver award in CLO
magazine's 'Learning In Practice
Awards 2011' for UpsideLMS
UpsideLMS listed as one of
the...
Few of Our
Prestigious
Clients
Alan Samuel
Amit Garg
Founder & Director – Custom Learning Solutions
Director Client Solutions (Europe)
Presenters
Why?
“Learning is a
collaborative,
continuous, connected
and community-based’
growth mindset.”*
*Dan Pontefract – Flat Arm...
Says who?
He did....
Or did
the spider?
She did....
He did....
“ I am still learning”
- Michelangelo, aged 87
They do...
And
He did....
What did
YOU
learn
today?
HOW
did you
learn
today?
When?
Where?
Why?
a. How to do something? A skill?
b. Where to find something? A
restaurant? A website? A shop?
c. Why something happens?
Na...
Welcome to
Pervasive
learning
What
is it?
It’s not in
a box
(or the LMS)
Pervasive
learning
Omnipresent..
Continuous!
Where does
it happen?
How does
it ...
Dan Pontefract, defines
pervasive learning as:
“learning at the
speed of need
Through formal,
informal and
social learning...
The 3:33 model is equal parts of formal,
informal & social learning
Informal learning = 66% or 90%
Conducive environment =...
Pervasive Learning – the challenges
Volume of
information;
Sources of
information;
Authority of
information
Informal
sharing &
collaboration
networks
State of...
Today’s
learning
Environment
The ‘real’
learning
environment(s)!
Tomorrow’s
learning
environment
a. Linked In
b. Twitter
c. Facebook
d. Any other
e. None
What
do you
use?
do you find
The most
useful?
a. Linked In
b. Twi...
Enabling
Pervasive
learning
The
components
Personal &
professional
networks
Uses multiple
devices
Collaborates &
shares freely
Independent
networker
Customisable
Con...
“The greater value
of education for every
student is not in learning the
information but in learning
the skills they need ...
Technology
Extend access
and delivery via
new technologies –
tablets & smartphones
today.. glasses
tomorrow?
Discussion
bo...
A
pervasive
learning
culture
“I have no special
talents. I am only
passionately
curious”
Albert Einstein
Creating access to
“learning
experiences”
Collaboration and
sharing
Providing
materials created
and relevant to the
contex...
Key
drivers and
influencers
Learners are
in a permanent
state of learning
The culture and
behaviour of
the organisation,
d...
When
learning for
the first
time
Classroom, observation, on the job
PCs & tablets
When
wanting to
learn more
Reading, watc...
Think
about it!
Do you encourage
external collaboration?
Is social media access
enabled? Linked In?
Twitter?
Facebook?
Use...
Don’t stop being
a ‘learner’
We must be the ‘tour guides’
to direct , guide and ensure
that we keep learning to
KEEP LEARNING!*
*Me
We must build the
B...
“What did
you learn today?”
Parent
Student
“Apparently
not enough!
We have to
go back
tomorrow!”
Observation
Trial & error
Thinking
Analysing
Listening
Imitating &
copying
Reading
Questioning
Discussion
pervasive
learning
Alan Samuel
alan.ukinfo@upsidelearning.com
http://www.upsidelearning.com/blog/
@alan2907
Keep Learning - How Can We Enable & Facilitate This
Keep Learning - How Can We Enable & Facilitate This
Keep Learning - How Can We Enable & Facilitate This
Keep Learning - How Can We Enable & Facilitate This
Keep Learning - How Can We Enable & Facilitate This
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  1. 1. How can we enable & facilitate this? Alan Samuel @alan2907
  2. 2. Middle East New Zealand S.Africa Nigeria Kenya Singapore Venezuela 13 165+ clients in countries Established in 2004 Australia India UK US
  3. 3. Custom/ Bespoke eLearning Custom/Bespoke mLearning Innovative learning solutions for enhanced performance
  4. 4. Winner of a Silver award in CLO magazine's 'Learning In Practice Awards 2011' for UpsideLMS UpsideLMS listed as one of the 'Five Emerging LMSs to Watch' in CLO Magazine ('10) Winner of 7 Apex Awards of Excellence ('11, '09, '08 & '07) Winner of 11 Brandon Hall Excellence Awards (‘12, '11, '10 & '09) UpsideLMS featured in the '2010 Top 20 Learning Portal Companies List' and '2011 & 2012 Watch List‘ by TrainingIndustry.com Winner of Red Herring 100 Asia Award in 2008 & finalist in Red Herring Global 100 ('09) Winner in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2008 & 2009 program, and Fast 50 India 2008 program 30+ Awards & recognitions
  5. 5. Few of Our Prestigious Clients
  6. 6. Alan Samuel Amit Garg Founder & Director – Custom Learning Solutions Director Client Solutions (Europe) Presenters
  7. 7. Why? “Learning is a collaborative, continuous, connected and community-based’ growth mindset.”* *Dan Pontefract – Flat Army: Creating a connected and engaged organisation The “speed of need” has accelerated Technology has / hasn’t helped – its made more (learning) available It’s unavoidable
  8. 8. Says who?
  9. 9. He did.... Or did the spider?
  10. 10. She did....
  11. 11. He did.... “ I am still learning” - Michelangelo, aged 87
  12. 12. They do...
  13. 13. And He did....
  14. 14. What did YOU learn today? HOW did you learn today? When? Where? Why?
  15. 15. a. How to do something? A skill? b. Where to find something? A restaurant? A website? A shop? c. Why something happens? Natural phenomena? Bank rates? What did YOU today? learn HOW did you Today? learn a. Did you use technology to learn? A phone? A tablet? b. I saw someone do something? I watched a video? Saw it on TV? c. Someone told you about something new? You heard someone? Poll
  16. 16. Welcome to Pervasive learning
  17. 17. What is it? It’s not in a box (or the LMS) Pervasive learning Omnipresent.. Continuous! Where does it happen? How does it happen? Pervasive technology Myriad forms
  18. 18. Dan Pontefract, defines pervasive learning as: “learning at the speed of need Through formal, informal and social learning modalities” and illustrates this as … He advocates the 3:33 model
  19. 19. The 3:33 model is equal parts of formal, informal & social learning Informal learning = 66% or 90% Conducive environment = learning opportunities = pervasive learning
  20. 20. Pervasive Learning – the challenges
  21. 21. Volume of information; Sources of information; Authority of information Informal sharing & collaboration networks State of individual and organisational learning Speed of change Individually sourced materials Capture of informal knowledge exchanges Managing a dynamic environment
  22. 22. Today’s learning Environment
  23. 23. The ‘real’ learning environment(s)!
  24. 24. Tomorrow’s learning environment
  25. 25. a. Linked In b. Twitter c. Facebook d. Any other e. None What do you use? do you find The most useful? a. Linked In b. Twitter c. Facebook d. Any other e. None Poll What Social media Social media
  26. 26. Enabling Pervasive learning
  27. 27. The components
  28. 28. Personal & professional networks Uses multiple devices Collaborates & shares freely Independent networker Customisable Control Low tolerance of ‘clunky’ tech Technology aware Point of need driven Expectations of technology People
  29. 29. “The greater value of education for every student is not in learning the information but in learning the skills they need to successfully find, consume, think about and apply it in their lives.” * Statement by British Columbia’s Ministry of Education Content Designed to be applied and used Contributory content Engaging! Easily accessed and searchable Concise, contextually relevant, useful Aligned to point of need
  30. 30. Technology Extend access and delivery via new technologies – tablets & smartphones today.. glasses tomorrow? Discussion boards, external feeds, real time ‘chat’ Platforms that allow peer-to-peer interaction, groups and communities, user generated content Access, sharing and collaboration are the key drivers
  31. 31. A pervasive learning culture
  32. 32. “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious” Albert Einstein
  33. 33. Creating access to “learning experiences” Collaboration and sharing Providing materials created and relevant to the context to need Facilitating and enabling Exploiting technology to enable and deliver Breaking down silos of information The building blocks
  34. 34. Key drivers and influencers Learners are in a permanent state of learning The culture and behaviour of the organisation, departments and groups can be varied e.g. Finance v/s Sales Participation is key, ‘useful’ resources that support performance is the best way of building this Are you capturing ‘best practice’? Collaboration and sharing allow an instant exchange of ideas, problem solving and consultation. FREE tools like Skype, instant messenger, chat and collaborative platforms like Linked In and Yammer facilitate this exchange
  35. 35. When learning for the first time Classroom, observation, on the job PCs & tablets When wanting to learn more Reading, watching, discussion, questionin g PCs & tablets When trying to remember or apply Referencing,enquiry, ask someone Smartphones, tablets & PCs When things change Collaboration, reference, ask someone Smartphones, tablets & PCs When something goes wrong Collaboration, reference, ask someone Smartphones, tablets & PCs 5 moments of opportunity (need)* and how we tend to address them.. *Dr. Conrad Gottfredson - Ontuitive
  36. 36. Think about it! Do you encourage external collaboration? Is social media access enabled? Linked In? Twitter? Facebook? Use mobile technology? Tablets? User created content as part of your learning?
  37. 37. Don’t stop being a ‘learner’
  38. 38. We must be the ‘tour guides’ to direct , guide and ensure that we keep learning to KEEP LEARNING!* *Me We must build the Bodleian, the Louvre’s and the Smithsonian’s of learning Our role and mission must be as catalysts of learning.
  39. 39. “What did you learn today?” Parent Student “Apparently not enough! We have to go back tomorrow!”
  40. 40. Observation Trial & error Thinking Analysing Listening Imitating & copying Reading Questioning Discussion
  41. 41. pervasive learning
  42. 42. Alan Samuel alan.ukinfo@upsidelearning.com http://www.upsidelearning.com/blog/ @alan2907

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