What happens when the device disappears?
Learning when technology is just part of the ecology?
Speaker:
Peter Norman Leves...
Do we have
data overload
or filter failure?
5 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
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Acceleration and Amplification
35 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
Big Data
4
Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of
data — so much that 90% of the data in the
world today has been c...
How did we
get here?
5 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
5
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
And are we having the
needed impact in education?
5 June 20...
Are we still
Hunting and Gathering?
7
Never in human history have we
hunted for so much data, information
and knowledge.
N...
4000 BCE
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
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3000 BCE
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9
200
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10
1450
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11
1792
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Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
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12
1876
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Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
13
1897
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1929
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1939
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Post WWII research
expanded significantly
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1945
2000
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1958 - 1969
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Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
18
Advanced Research Projects Agenc...
1959 - 1971
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
19
1959 - Peter Drucker coins the t...
1980 - 1993
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
20
1982 -"The Computer" was named
M...
Ray Kurzweil
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
21
"When I was a student at MIT, w...
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
Access on “Steroids”
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Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
Google Glass
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Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
Nanotech Cancer Treatment
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Over – Consumption?
25
Email: 144 billion email per day worldwide.
Websites: 624 million
Users: 2.4 billion
Mobile: 6.7 bi...
Data and
information is
for processing.
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Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
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It becomes
knowledge when
it has a social life.
5 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014...
Education is a
socialization
process.
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
28
How are we
thinking about
education?
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
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How are we
thinking about
learning?
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
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How are we
thinking about
technology?
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©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
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Significant shift in thinking
about research impact
Passive push
(until 1970s+)
Push harder
(1990s+)
Partner & pull
(2000+...
Decisions are a complex calculus
33
Philip Davies, Is Evidence-Based Government Possible?
Jerry Lee Lecture 2004, Washingt...
34
Systems Thinking and
Knowledge Mobilization
Now What:
Decisions,
Directions, Actions
So What:
Meaning,
Analysis, Interp...
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
35
And beyond the common process of
standardization or “her...
Core organizational process
5 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
36
Vision Mission G...
Core of Value Creation is Conversation
375 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
Increasing the scale of
implementation
385 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
Trends...
We need to be creative:
In order to create the “ideal” future, you need a lot of
ideas from which to choose otherwise the ...
Technology
Should support social
processes.
Not the other way around.
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Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Pe...
Open Systems
Interconnection Model (OSI)
Culture • Capacity • Content
• Computers • Connectivity •
Construction • Coordina...
Culture
of the school and
classroom to support
innovative use of
learning tech
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Capability
of teachers to use
technology to help
every student learn
5 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Pet...
Curriculum, courseware,
& continuous assessment
that deliver knowledge and skills to
students, that build relationships
be...
Computing devices
to reliably and effectively
deliver the curriculum,
courseware, and
continuous assessment.
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I...
Connectivity
to reliably link students to
other students, students to
teachers, and students to
both their local community...
Co-ordination of changes
to laws, funding, collective
agreement work rules, etc.
to allow schools to
effectively harness t...
5 June 2014
Institute for Knowledge Mobilization
©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
48
• Start with why
• Consistent and ongoing conversations
• Adopt a systems perspective
• One “nail” at a time
• “Anchor” wi...
Contact information
(613) 552-2725
peter@knowledgemobilization.net
www.knowledgemobilization.net
@peterlevesque
Fairmont C...
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  1. 1. What happens when the device disappears? Learning when technology is just part of the ecology? Speaker: Peter Norman Levesque President, Institute for Knowledge Mobilization Organization: Canadian School Boards' Association Niagara Falls
  2. 2. Do we have data overload or filter failure? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 2
  3. 3. Acceleration and Amplification 35 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  4. 4. Big Data 4 Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data — so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This data comes from everywhere: sensors used to gather climate information, posts to social media sites, digital pictures and videos, purchase transaction records, and cell phone GPS signals to name a few. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  5. 5. How did we get here? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 5
  6. 6. Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 And are we having the needed impact in education? 5 June 2014 6
  7. 7. Are we still Hunting and Gathering? 7 Never in human history have we hunted for so much data, information and knowledge. Never in human history have we gathered so much that is useful but not used. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  8. 8. 4000 BCE 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 8
  9. 9. 3000 BCE 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 9
  10. 10. 200 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 10
  11. 11. 1450 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 11
  12. 12. 1792 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 12
  13. 13. 1876 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 13
  14. 14. 1897 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 14
  15. 15. 1929 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 15
  16. 16. 1939 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 16
  17. 17. Post WWII research expanded significantly 17 1945 2000 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  18. 18. 1958 - 1969 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 18 Advanced Research Projects Agency created Ten years later, creates the first computer network
  19. 19. 1959 - 1971 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 19 1959 - Peter Drucker coins the term “knowledge worker“ 1962 - Everett Rogers publishes “Diffusion of Innovation” 1971 - Ray Tomlinson, of BBN sent the first network e-mail
  20. 20. 1980 - 1993 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 20 1982 -"The Computer" was named Machine of the Year by Time Magazine 1991 - Tim Berners-Lee invents the “World Wide Web” 1993 – Mosaic Browser popularizes the Web
  21. 21. Ray Kurzweil 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 21 "When I was a student at MIT, we all shared one computer and it took up a whole building. The computer in your cell phone today is a million times cheaper and a thousand times more powerful. What now fits in your pocket 25 years from now will fit into a blood cell and will again be millions of times more cost effective."
  22. 22. Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Access on “Steroids” 5 June 2014 22
  23. 23. Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Google Glass 5 June 2014 23
  24. 24. Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Nanotech Cancer Treatment 5 June 2014 24
  25. 25. Over – Consumption? 25 Email: 144 billion email per day worldwide. Websites: 624 million Users: 2.4 billion Mobile: 6.7 billion mobile subscriptions Twitter: 175 million tweets daily average Facebook: 1+ billion users Google: 1.2 trillion searches annually YouTube: 4 billion hours/month of video watched Youth: spend less time watching TV (60%) and more time online (600%) 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  26. 26. Data and information is for processing. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 26
  27. 27. It becomes knowledge when it has a social life. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 27
  28. 28. Education is a socialization process. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 28
  29. 29. How are we thinking about education? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 29
  30. 30. How are we thinking about learning? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 30
  31. 31. How are we thinking about technology? 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 31
  32. 32. Significant shift in thinking about research impact Passive push (until 1970s+) Push harder (1990s+) Partner & pull (2000+) • Dissemination via traditional journals, conferences • Focus on implementation, e.g. performance feedback • Linkage & exchange, e.g. joint production 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 32
  33. 33. Decisions are a complex calculus 33 Philip Davies, Is Evidence-Based Government Possible? Jerry Lee Lecture 2004, Washington, DC Evidence Experience Judgement Resources Values Habits Traditions Lobbyists Pressure Groups Pragmatics Contingency Emotions Other Factors 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  34. 34. 34 Systems Thinking and Knowledge Mobilization Now What: Decisions, Directions, Actions So What: Meaning, Analysis, Interpretation What: Data, Information, Description, Stories MULTIPLE INPUTS FROM RESEARCH, PRACTICE, EXPERIENCE, CULTURE Innovation Supporting Infrastructure Initiatives Incentives to Share between Levels Value Creation Programs Policies Priorities Processes Practice Products Perspectives Procedures Possibilities People Skills 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  35. 35. Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 35 And beyond the common process of standardization or “herding cats” 5 June 2014
  36. 36. Core organizational process 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 36 Vision Mission Goals Strategy Tactics Outputs Outcomes Impacts
  37. 37. Core of Value Creation is Conversation 375 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014
  38. 38. Increasing the scale of implementation 385 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 Trends we are watching – Communities of Practice – Social Network Analysis – Data Visualization – Mobile and geo-location – Crowdsourcing data – Crowd-funding projects – Gamification
  39. 39. We need to be creative: In order to create the “ideal” future, you need a lot of ideas from which to choose otherwise the future tends to look like a linear extension of what already exists. Or If you want to know what the future is, be part of its development. (Peter Drucker) 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 39
  40. 40. Technology Should support social processes. Not the other way around. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 40
  41. 41. Open Systems Interconnection Model (OSI) Culture • Capacity • Content • Computers • Connectivity • Construction • Coordination 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 41
  42. 42. Culture of the school and classroom to support innovative use of learning tech 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 42
  43. 43. Capability of teachers to use technology to help every student learn 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 43
  44. 44. Curriculum, courseware, & continuous assessment that deliver knowledge and skills to students, that build relationships between teachers and students, and that provide meaningful and timely feedback to students, teachers, and parents. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 44
  45. 45. Computing devices to reliably and effectively deliver the curriculum, courseware, and continuous assessment. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 45
  46. 46. Connectivity to reliably link students to other students, students to teachers, and students to both their local community and the wider world. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 46
  47. 47. Co-ordination of changes to laws, funding, collective agreement work rules, etc. to allow schools to effectively harness the power of learning tech. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 47
  48. 48. 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 48
  49. 49. • Start with why • Consistent and ongoing conversations • Adopt a systems perspective • One “nail” at a time • “Anchor” with principles and values • Fail fast and move to next iteration • Adapt and adopt from other sectors • Focus on the social – the tech will change 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 49
  50. 50. Contact information (613) 552-2725 peter@knowledgemobilization.net www.knowledgemobilization.net @peterlevesque Fairmont Chateau Laurier 1 Rideau Street, Suite 700 Ottawa, ON, K1N 8S7 5 June 2014 Institute for Knowledge Mobilization ©Peter Levesque 2007-2014 50

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