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World Heutagogy Day

An overview of World Heutagogy Day from 2013-2017, looking at what we have achieved each year. Curated conversations, learning resources, education policy, informal learning, workshop material

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World Heutagogy Day

  1. 1. ZAWP 16th June 2017@fredgarnett @zior13 World Heutagogy Day #Heutagogy in Action September 26th #wHday17
  2. 2. World Heutagogy Day 2017 A brief history of Heutagogy What is World Heutagogy Day? What is Heutagogy? From Andragogy to Heutagogy Self-Determined Learning 2013 Curating Informal Learning 2014 Heutagogical Practices 2015 Creativity in Learning 2016 Well-being & Meaning-Making 2017
  3. 3. World Heutagogy Day 2017 We introduced World Heutagogy Day in 2013 To publicise Self-Determined Learning (book) The first collection of writing on heutagogy We’ve revealed different practices in Heutagogy All concerned with empowering learners in educational institutions by; *Enabling creativity with collaboration *Curating resources to enable informal learning *Identifying heutagogical practices for institutions *Creating teacher resources to enable creativity
  4. 4. World Heutagogy Day 2013 Celebrated the publication of Self-Determined Learning edited by Hase & Kenyon
  5. 5. What is Heutagogy? Our First curated conversation #whday13
  6. 6. World Heutagogy Day What is Heutagogy? “Heutagogy is the study of self-determined learning It is also an attempt to challenge some ideas about teaching and learning that still prevail in teacher centred learning and the need for, as Bill Ford (1997) eloquently puts it ‘knowledge sharing’ rather than ‘knowledge hoarding’. In this respect heutagogy looks to the future in which knowing how to learn will be a fundamental skill given the pace of innovation and the changing structure of communities and workplaces.” learner-centred learning perhaps? From Andragogy to Heutagogy - Hase & Kenyon;
  7. 7. From Andragogy to Heutagogy Stewart Hase & Chris Kenyon Heutagogy Fundamentals; • Self-determined learning has a focus on what the learner wants to learn & how they might learn it • 7 elements; Approval, facilitators, choice, agreement, review, assessment, feedback • Benefits; empowerment, capabilities, open-ended • Challenges; facilitation, time, culture, assessment From Andragogy to Heutagogy - Hase & Kenyon;
  8. 8. World Heutagogy Day 2014 Curating Informal Learning w/Bibblio London Knowledge Lab #myHeutagogy #wHday14
  9. 9. World Heutagogy Day 2014 Curating Informal learning A key dimension of self-determined learning is Learner-centred learning BUT! This needs resources designed for appropriation “Artfully-crafted, learner-centred experiences” Requiring new kinds of resource platforms Like Bibblio; User-curated content OR (“Pinterest with Pedagogy”) Open Educational Resources are not enough; Learners need to use resources not recall them
  10. 10. World Heutagogy Day 2015 Introduced heutagogical practices (students) #wHday15 Institutional readiness for self-determined learning
  11. 11. World Heutagogy Day 2015 Heutagogical Practices Both those resources provided by institutions If they are to support self-determined learning Identified in research by Bernard Nkuyubwatsi As well as heutagogical practices of students Time, effort, dedication, perserverance, Learning skills for learners Support skills in teachers as craft professionals More online;
  12. 12. World Heutagogy Day 2016 Focussed on #Heutagogy as #Creativity Creativity in Learning online workshop tool #wHday16
  13. 13. Creativity in Learning A Curated Conversation from the World Heutagogy Crew .uk .ie .ro .at .gr .au .in .rw .nz World Heutagogy Day 2016
  14. 14. World Heutagogy Day 2016 Creativity in Learning “Is heutagogy the pedagogy of creativity?” Do we need to think about how to encourage creativity? Is creativity about freeing learners to explore? How can you co-create learning activities for your learners? Use the creativity tools we curated #wHday16 More online in our workshop toolbox “Unborify the boring”
  15. 15. ZAWP 16th June 2017@fredgarnett @zior13 World Heutagogy Day 2017 #Heutagogy in Action September 26th #wHday17
  16. 16. World Heutagogy Day 2017
  17. 17. World Heutagogy Day 2017 Heutagogy & Healthcare “Rethinking approaches to health and welbeing information” With World Health Innovation Summit Its about people, it’s about contexts, It’s about enabling meaning making and supporting co-creation of information processes See what our distinguished panel propose in our online Curated Conversation
  18. 18. World Heutagogy Day Resources What is Heutagogy? From Andragogy to Heutagogy Heutagogy Community of Practice Blog Heutagogy & Lifelong Learning PAH Continuum Bibblio Heutagogical Practices (academic paper) Creativity in Learning (workshop resource) World Heutagogy Day 2017 #myheutagogy Facebook Group World Heutagogy Day 2017 blog World Heutagogy Day 2017 Twitter #wHday17
  19. 19. World Heutagogy Day Previous Contributors... Stewart Hase – Dr Andragogy Fred Garnett - PAH Lisa-Marie Blaschke - Research Prof Bernard Nkuyubwatsi – Heutagogical practices Thom Cochrane – The Yellow Brick Road of Institutional Heutagogy Bibblio – Informal learning online resource Tony Hall – Imagine a Londoner (images) Bridget McKenzie – Creative learning in Europe And this year David Dickinson – Unlike Minds in Monastery Gareth Presch – World Health Innovation Summit
  20. 20. Curated Conversations – the concept We started Curated Conversations as a kind of “wisdom of crowds” method for sharing deep knowledge quickly. A number of people (12-20) with expertise or experience summarise their understanding in 50 words. From these contributions both a shared narrative emerges and some recommendations. Previous Curated Conversations… Education Innovation Technology Innovation Social Innovation for a Network Society Digital Inclusion Everything Unplugged (Learning Conversations) What is Heutagogy? (a curated book) British MOOCs Technique derived from Oxford Muse conversation dinners
  21. 21. Some Third Place History In Our Time – The Medieval University Many Third Places became institutions but grew out of self-organisation e.g. 1150 University of Paris chartered (from communities of scholars) 1300 Inns (to) Inns of Court (lawyers) 1660 Coffee Shops; Lloyds, Banks, RS/A 1689 Pubs; Trade Unions, Music Venues Third Places; all historically “liminal” Change emerges from the far & near Coffee Shops; Third places since 1650 Creating; scientific societies, banks, insurance and think tanks