Future of Education - The Network Always Wins - Peter Hinssen

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Presentation by Peter @Hinssen at the @itworks meetup on 9th of Dec. 2013 about the future of education, and how ICT can provide the necessary digital transformation

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  • Ik heb volop genoten van deze presentatie op het STEM event te Brussel. Heel boeiend en interessant gebracht, waarvoor dank!
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Future of Education - The Network Always Wins - Peter Hinssen

  1. 1. OIL RIGS PRISONS AND SCHOOLS
  2. 2. TWO SIGNS OF THE TIMES
  3. 3. TECH IS HOT
  4. 4. TECH IS RELEVANT
  5. 5. BUT WE'RE JUST GETTING STARTED
  6. 6. TECH IS NORMAL
  7. 7. TWO ICONIC VIEWS OF THE EARTH
  8. 8. IT’S ALL ABOUT S-CURVES
  9. 9. THE NETWORK ALWAYS WINS
  10. 10. "Icons of Work" 1940 1970 2000 2013 2017
  11. 11. SMARTPHONE A PORTABLE COMPUTER ON WHICH YOU MAKE LOUSY PHONE-CALLS
  12. 12. Rock last century now
  13. 13. THE HAPPIEST PEOPLE IN THE ROOM
  14. 14. THE BENCHMARK IS NOW NETWORK SPEED
  15. 15. THE NETWORK ALWAYS WINS INFORMATION AS AN ASSET
  16. 16. it’s NOT information overload It’s FILTER FAILURE
  17. 17. INFORMATION WAS A POND AND HAS BECOME A RIVER
  18. 18. BRACE FOR THE CULTURE CLASH
  19. 19. EQUALITY ALL IDEAS COMPETE ON AN EQUAL FOOTING On the Web, every idea has the chance to gain a following—or not, and no one has the power to kill off a subversive idea or squelch an embarrassing debate. Ideas gain traction based on their perceived merits, rather than on the political power of their sponsors.
  20. 20. MERITOCRACY Contribution counts for more than credentials. When you post a video to YouTube, no one asks you if you went to film school. When you write a blog, no one cares whether you have a journalism degree. Position, title, and academic degrees—none of the usual status differentiators carry much weight online. On the Web, what counts is not your resume, but what you can contribute.
  21. 21. SHARE Power comes from sharing information, not hoarding it. The Web is also a gift economy. To gain influence and status, you have to give away your expertise and content. And you must do it quickly; if you don’t, someone else will beat you to the punch—and garner the credit that might have been yours. Online, there are a lot of incentives to share, and few incentives to hoard.
  22. 22. AIS COMPANY LIKE A ORGANISM
  23. 23. A COMPANY NEEDS TO BEHAVE AS A NETWORK
  24. 24. Gen. Stanley McChrystal
  25. 25. Gen. Stanley McChrystal
  26. 26. "IT TAKES A NETWORK TO FIGHT A NETWORK"
  27. 27. RETRO BACKLASH
  28. 28. RE-INVENT THE CURRICULUM
  29. 29. RE-INVENT THE DELIVERY
  30. 30. 1717 Obedient workers for the mines. Obedient soldiers for the army. Well-subordinated civil servants to government. Well-subordinated clerks to industry. Citizens who thought alike about major issues.
  31. 31. RE-INVENT THE INCENTIVES
  32. 32. RE-INVENT THE CURRICULUM RE-INVENT THE DELIVERY RE-INVENT THE INCENTIVES
  33. 33. OIL RIGS PRISONS AND SCHOOLS
  34. 34. “Confidence is what you have before you understand the problem.” — Woody Allen
  35. 35. @hinssen
  36. 36. INNOVATION RUNS ON TECHNOLOGY THAT RUNS ON SCIENCE THAT RUNS ON MATHEMATICS

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