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GapYear
source: John Stephens
photo of parents
source: John Stephens
AGency
unschooling
AGency
“Never let my schooling
get in the way of my
education”
!
- Mark Twain
Homeschooling
≠
Unschooling
summer hill
3 million copies 1960-1973
picture of book like THE HOMEWORK MYTH
 Do	
  we	
  trust	
  people’s	
  innate	
  	
  
capacity	
  to	
  be	
  curious?
Zinch LOGO
Unschooling > Public School
But despite all that, I still . . .
hendrix college
This isn’t how your brain learns.
In 2012, the average student graduated with in debt
$29,400
Default rates for people under 30 with federally
sponsored stu...
It ain’t just America
with problems . . .
The world is approaching universal schooling.
Source:UIS database (data for 1999-2007)
56 million
31 million
23 million
Pr...
Other 10%
Turkey 1%
Brazil 2%
Canada 2%
Spain 3%
Indonesia 3%
United Kingdom 3%
Germany 3%
France 3%
Mexico 3%
Korea 4%
In...
Increasing prices without corresponding results
1000
2000
3000
1983 2012 2030
1 X CPI
3.2 X CPI
6.5 X CPI
100
Dynamics Inh...
The Great Recession is different
Jobloss%topeakemployment
-7
-6
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
1
Number of Months After peak employment
...
The rest of the world will try to catch up with the “West”
< - 40
40 - 70
> - 70
No data available
Source: UNESCO Institut...
Startups enter the space at an unprecedented rate
Articles on Education Technology Startups in TechCrunch
100
200
300
400
...
What about the beer and girls?
source:Tyler Driscoll
I prefer guys and champagne.
source:Tyler Driscoll
source: vgm8383
I dropped out and
started uncollege.org
Version 1:
I developed a well-
thought out strategy
Strategy:
!
1. Find Twitter lists of
education reporters
2. Tweet them asking
for their feedback
I thought you had to be: genius
motivated
privileged
I was proven wrong.
You don’t have to be: genius
motivated
privileged
AGency
meta-learning
Let’s help people
learn how to learn
GapYear
Voyage
ProjectInternship
Launch
Personal Coaching
Each fellow is paired with a coach for weekly
1-1 meetings to set goals for the upcoming
week and reflect...
• Communication, negotiation, and speaking !
• Empathy and emotional intelligence!
• Dynamic problem solving and project m...
500+ applications to date
!
28 people from 14 countries
!
Expanding to Sao Paulo, Vancouver,
Capetown, and more
73% are employed after 10 weeks
(have received or taken job offers in their field of study)
• Worked for fashion designers,...
I can’t do this alone!
systems must change!
To help you get there …
!
… I’ll share some secrets
about the science of
learning
Learning requires!
active participation.!
Learning requires!
personal context.!
Learning requires!
taking breaks.!
Learning requires!
a growth mindset.!
Thank you for listening.
Find out more at
uncollege.org
!
@dalejstephens
on Twitter
!
dale@uncollege.org
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Fórum de Lideranças: Desafios da Educação
Palestra: Hackeando sua Educação: Por que a Geração Y frequenta a faculdade (e por que a Geração Z pode vir a não frequentar)
Palestrante: Dale Stephens

O evento foi realizado no dia 06 de agosto de 2014, no Insper, em São Paulo. A iniciativa Desafios da Educação é organizada pelo Grupo A Educação e pela Blackboard Brasil.

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Hackeando sua Educação: Por que a Geração Y frequenta a faculdade (e por que a Geração Z pode vir a não frequentar), por Dale Stephens

  1. 1. GapYear
  2. 2. source: John Stephens
  3. 3. photo of parents source: John Stephens
  4. 4. AGency unschooling
  5. 5. AGency “Never let my schooling get in the way of my education” ! - Mark Twain
  6. 6. Homeschooling ≠ Unschooling
  7. 7. summer hill 3 million copies 1960-1973
  8. 8. picture of book like THE HOMEWORK MYTH
  9. 9.  Do  we  trust  people’s  innate     capacity  to  be  curious?
  10. 10. Zinch LOGO
  11. 11. Unschooling > Public School
  12. 12. But despite all that, I still . . .
  13. 13. hendrix college
  14. 14. This isn’t how your brain learns.
  15. 15. In 2012, the average student graduated with in debt $29,400 Default rates for people under 30 with federally sponsored student loan debt in the US is up 30% 2000 2014 53% of recent college graduates are underemployed or unemployed. – Atlantic Earnings of college grads have declined since 2000
  16. 16. It ain’t just America with problems . . .
  17. 17. The world is approaching universal schooling. Source:UIS database (data for 1999-2007) 56 million 31 million 23 million Projected numbers of out-of-school Children Out-of-schoolchildren(millions) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Sub- Saharan Africa South and West Asia Rest of the World SecondarySchoolNER(%) 0 20 40 60 80 100 Primary School NER (%) 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 East Asia, Pacific Eastern Europe, CIS Latin America, Caribbean South Asia Eastern and Southern Africa Industrialized Countries Middle East, North Africa West and Central Africa Source:Huebler, July 2005, huebler.blogspot.com Primary & Secondary NER
  18. 18. Other 10% Turkey 1% Brazil 2% Canada 2% Spain 3% Indonesia 3% United Kingdom 3% Germany 3% France 3% Mexico 3% Korea 4% India 10% Japan 10% Russia 12% China 17% United States 17% Massification of higher education is global trend Global Tertiary Enrollment 1970 to 2007 91 million 25-34 year-olds with tertiary Education Other 12% Turkey 2% Brazil 3% Canada 2% Spain 1% Indonesia 6% United Kingdom 4% Germany 2% France 2% Mexico 3% Korea 3% India 12% Russia 7% China 29% United States 11% 204 million 25-34 year-olds with tertiary Education 2000 2020 Source: Hanushek, UNESCO Institute for Statistics Tertairystudents(millions) 0 40 80 120 160 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2007 North America and Western Europe Central and Eastern Europe Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean East Asia and the Pacific South and West Asia Arab States Sub-Saharan Africa 2005 Population(inmillions) 17 25 33 41 48 56 64 72 80 0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85-89 90+ Male Female Future Projected Population Density 2025 Male Female
  19. 19. Increasing prices without corresponding results 1000 2000 3000 1983 2012 2030 1 X CPI 3.2 X CPI 6.5 X CPI 100 Dynamics Inhibiting Students Inadequate Academic Infrastructure Reading & Math Skills Taking classes that don’t meet admission requirements Easily Distracted Struggle to connect and adjust Fail to seek support services ! College Tuition Medical Care Housing CPI 680,000 High-IncomeStudents 598,000 539,000 527,000 Students 1,140,000 Low-Income Students 844,000 497,000 100,000 Students 82% 8% 84% 41% 94% 70% 95%Aspire to Attend College Graduate High School Enroll in College Attain Bachelor’s Degree
  20. 20. The Great Recession is different Jobloss%topeakemployment -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 Number of Months After peak employment 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 1948 1953 1957 1960 1969 1974 1980 1981 1990 2001 2007 Percent of Job Losses in Post WWII Recessions Current Employment Recession Source: www.calculateddriskblog.com 10 20 30 40 50 2006 2008 2010 2012 Greece 51.2% Portugal 36.1% Ireland 30.3% France 21.8% Spain 51.1% Italy 35.9 UK 21.9% Germany 7.9% Youth Unemployment
  21. 21. The rest of the world will try to catch up with the “West” < - 40 40 - 70 > - 70 No data available Source: UNESCO Institute for Statistics in EdStats, 2011 Tertiary Enrollment Rate % (2007-2010)
  22. 22. Startups enter the space at an unprecedented rate Articles on Education Technology Startups in TechCrunch 100 200 300 400 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 38 79 319 44 Compiled by Learn Capital and TechCrunch (AOL), Jan 2013
  23. 23. What about the beer and girls? source:Tyler Driscoll
  24. 24. I prefer guys and champagne. source:Tyler Driscoll
  25. 25. source: vgm8383
  26. 26. I dropped out and started uncollege.org
  27. 27. Version 1:
  28. 28. I developed a well- thought out strategy
  29. 29. Strategy: ! 1. Find Twitter lists of education reporters 2. Tweet them asking for their feedback
  30. 30. I thought you had to be: genius motivated privileged
  31. 31. I was proven wrong.
  32. 32. You don’t have to be: genius motivated privileged
  33. 33. AGency meta-learning
  34. 34. Let’s help people learn how to learn
  35. 35. GapYear
  36. 36. Voyage ProjectInternship Launch
  37. 37. Personal Coaching Each fellow is paired with a coach for weekly 1-1 meetings to set goals for the upcoming week and reflect on progress over since their last meeting. The coach connects the fellow to the resources of Gap Year network. Fellows have access to the Gap Year mentor network for industry-specific feedback and guidance. A mentor matching party is held in week 3 to facilitate connections between fellows and mentors. Mentorship Network
  38. 38. • Communication, negotiation, and speaking ! • Empathy and emotional intelligence! • Dynamic problem solving and project management! • Confidence and personal efficacy! • Agency, empowerment, and charisma! • Teaching and learning as a mentor and learner! • Organization and time management! • Self-evaluation and goal-setting! • Self-advocacy! • Self-transformation and re-invention! • Conflict resolution! • Overcoming personal bias and local maxima! • Context-setting and synthesis! Meta-learning
  39. 39. 500+ applications to date ! 28 people from 14 countries ! Expanding to Sao Paulo, Vancouver, Capetown, and more
  40. 40. 73% are employed after 10 weeks (have received or taken job offers in their field of study) • Worked for fashion designers, venture capitalists, food products companies, technology companies, energy companies, and startups • Started their own gaming, video production, copywriting, design, and development agencies • Traveled to China, Brazil, Columbia, Honduras Thailand,Vietnam, Singapore - all over the world
  41. 41. I can’t do this alone! systems must change!
  42. 42. To help you get there … ! … I’ll share some secrets about the science of learning
  43. 43. Learning requires! active participation.!
  44. 44. Learning requires! personal context.!
  45. 45. Learning requires! taking breaks.!
  46. 46. Learning requires! a growth mindset.!
  47. 47. Thank you for listening. Find out more at uncollege.org ! @dalejstephens on Twitter ! dale@uncollege.org

Fórum de Lideranças: Desafios da Educação Palestra: Hackeando sua Educação: Por que a Geração Y frequenta a faculdade (e por que a Geração Z pode vir a não frequentar) Palestrante: Dale Stephens O evento foi realizado no dia 06 de agosto de 2014, no Insper, em São Paulo. A iniciativa Desafios da Educação é organizada pelo Grupo A Educação e pela Blackboard Brasil.

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