Schooling in the
21st Century World
Mariana Ferrarelli
mariana.ferrarelli@gmail.com
@FerrarelliM
SAC Conference 2014
ROAD MAP
 Networked World
 Abundance
 Some Connections
 J. Martín-Barbero: Descentramiento
 M. Acaso: rEDUvolution
 ...
Initial Diagnosis
 Knowledge
 Skills
 Dispositions
 Literacy
The world has changed
Networked World
Expertise & knowledge are acquired through
more infl means:
 Open Badges,
 MOOCs,
 Cousera,
 MITx,
 Khan Academy
Netw...
Technology
pervades human
relationships and
enters the
classroom… like
this…
Threat or opportunity?
“It’s NOT optional”
(C. Shirky)
Abundance
Abundance differs from…
 Infoxication, Overload, hyperinformation
 “Abundance captures the moment more
optimistically, I think. There are challenges,
no doubt, but abundance brings huge
o...
Abundance evokes…
 ABUNDANCE
 MUCHO
 OPORTUNIDADES
 INFOXICATION
 DEMASIADO
 RIESGOS
Access does not imply the ability to deal with this
abundant world effectively.
We are not naturally:
 Self-directed
 Or...
Three Reflections
(& connections)
 Jesús Martín-Barbero
 María Acaso
 John Moravec
Jesús Martín-Barbero
 Descentramiento: el libro y la escuela se
corren como centros de construcción del
saber
 Deslocali...
SCHOOL HAS TO
CHANGE TOO
María Acaso
 Educación disruptiva
 Pedagogía de la sospecha
 Aprendizaje = Certificación
 Evaluación = Proceso bulímic...
John Moravec
 Education 3.0: School is everywhere
 Knowmad Society
A creative, imaginative, innovative
person who can wo...
Students need to develop new forms of
literacy to:
 Be technologically proficient
 Collaborate in crosscultural relation...
 How does our vision of teaching & learning
change now?
Assessment & teaching should be
reformulated
New Questions
Assessment
 “Our most important assessments in life are
our self-assessments, yet we give kids very
little in the way of ...
 Ask questions
 Work with others
 Do real work for real audiences
 Add info to the body of human knowledge
We should h...
Lifelong Learning
 “Becoming a lifelong learner starts with
letting students pursue deeply the things
they are interested...
6 Key Points
1. Share everything.
2. Discover, don’t deliver, the curriculum.
3. Talk to strangers
4. Be a model learner
5...
Points for further discussion &
research
 Transmedia storytelling texts
 Flipped Classroom experiences
 Remix for teach...
rEDUvolution – María Acaso
Sources & Credits
blog.mozilla.org, www.mitxawards.org, talenttools.es,
jessepmclean.com, www.essarp.org.ar, commons.wikim...
Henry J. y Meadows J. (2009) An absolutely riveting online course: Nine
principles for excellence in web-based teaching. E...
Richardson, W. (2012) Why School? TED Books. Kindle Version.
Scolari, C. (ed.) (2008a) L'Homo Videoludens, Víc, Eumo.
- - ...
mariana.frerrarelli@gmail.com
@FerrarelliM
http://social-studies-ferrarelli.blogspot.com.ar/
http://www.slideshare.net/mar...
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  1. 1. Schooling in the 21st Century World Mariana Ferrarelli mariana.ferrarelli@gmail.com @FerrarelliM SAC Conference 2014
  2. 2. ROAD MAP  Networked World  Abundance  Some Connections  J. Martín-Barbero: Descentramiento  M. Acaso: rEDUvolution  J. Moravec: Education 3.0  Assessment & Lifelong Learning  6 Key Points  Conclusions
  3. 3. Initial Diagnosis  Knowledge  Skills  Dispositions  Literacy The world has changed
  4. 4. Networked World
  5. 5. Expertise & knowledge are acquired through more infl means:  Open Badges,  MOOCs,  Cousera,  MITx,  Khan Academy Networked World & Learning
  6. 6. Technology pervades human relationships and enters the classroom… like this… Threat or opportunity?
  7. 7. “It’s NOT optional” (C. Shirky)
  8. 8. Abundance
  9. 9. Abundance differs from…  Infoxication, Overload, hyperinformation
  10. 10.  “Abundance captures the moment more optimistically, I think. There are challenges, no doubt, but abundance brings huge opportunities which we might ignore when we name only the challenges. There are new, powerful ways to learn and connect and create now. That should be the focus.” Abundance Will Richardson, March 2014
  11. 11. Abundance evokes…
  12. 12.  ABUNDANCE  MUCHO  OPORTUNIDADES  INFOXICATION  DEMASIADO  RIESGOS
  13. 13. Access does not imply the ability to deal with this abundant world effectively. We are not naturally:  Self-directed  Organized  Literate to connect and process so much info Hitch
  14. 14. Three Reflections (& connections)
  15. 15.  Jesús Martín-Barbero  María Acaso  John Moravec
  16. 16. Jesús Martín-Barbero  Descentramiento: el libro y la escuela se corren como centros de construcción del saber  Deslocalización: el saber circula, fluye: “News is everywhere”  Destemporalización: aprendemos a lo largo de la vida: We become lifelong learners
  17. 17. SCHOOL HAS TO CHANGE TOO
  18. 18. María Acaso  Educación disruptiva  Pedagogía de la sospecha  Aprendizaje = Certificación  Evaluación = Proceso bulímico  Hackear el aula y mentir: rEDUvolution
  19. 19. John Moravec  Education 3.0: School is everywhere  Knowmad Society A creative, imaginative, innovative person who can work with almost anybody, anytime & anywhere.
  20. 20. Students need to develop new forms of literacy to:  Be technologically proficient  Collaborate in crosscultural relations  Create & share info  Manage multiple info streams  Be ethical in their use of tech (NCTE, 21st century literacies)
  21. 21.  How does our vision of teaching & learning change now? Assessment & teaching should be reformulated New Questions
  22. 22. Assessment  “Our most important assessments in life are our self-assessments, yet we give kids very little in the way of direction of how to do that well. The bigger point on assessment, however, is that it can't be focused on knowledge any longer. It has to based on the doing.” Will Richardson, March 2014
  23. 23.  Ask questions  Work with others  Do real work for real audiences  Add info to the body of human knowledge We should help our stds become lifelong learners Instead of consuming info stds should…
  24. 24. Lifelong Learning  “Becoming a lifelong learner starts with letting students pursue deeply the things they are interested in, not just the things we think they should know. So it starts with inquiry, with having students do real work for real audiences, with teachers themselves answering big questions and creating authentic responses that are shared beyond the classroom.” Will Richardson, March 2014
  25. 25. 6 Key Points 1. Share everything. 2. Discover, don’t deliver, the curriculum. 3. Talk to strangers 4. Be a model learner 5. Do real work for real audiences 6. Transfer the power
  26. 26. Points for further discussion & research  Transmedia storytelling texts  Flipped Classroom experiences  Remix for teacher-created materials  Aulas Heterogéneas – R. Anijovich  Paperless classroom experiences  Mobile Learning experiences  Viralización – Gamificación - Wearables
  27. 27. rEDUvolution – María Acaso
  28. 28. Sources & Credits blog.mozilla.org, www.mitxawards.org, talenttools.es, jessepmclean.com, www.essarp.org.ar, commons.wikimedia.org , www.youtube.com/watch?v=upJ6XXLj-Fw, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBQdr5zzemc, redclarise.coursesites.com Caldeiro, G.; Schwartzman, G. (2013): "Aprendizaje ubicuo. Entre lo disperso, lo efímero y lo importante: nuevas perspectivas para la educación en línea". Presentado en I Jornadas Nacionales y III Jornadas de Experiencias e Investigación en Educación a Distancia y Tecnología Educativa (PROED) Grossmont – Cuyamaca Community College District: Tips for Online Success: http://www.gcccd.net/online/tips_success.htm
  29. 29. Henry J. y Meadows J. (2009) An absolutely riveting online course: Nine principles for excellence in web-based teaching. En Canadian Journal of Learning Technology V34(1) Winter / hiver, 2008. Disponible en: http://www.cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt/article/view/179/177 Martín-Barbero, J. (2003) “Saberes hoy: diseminaciones, competencias y transversalidades”. Revista Iberoamericana de educación No. 32. Disponible en: http://www.rieoei.org/rie32.htm Moravec, J. (2013) Knowmad Society, Minneapolis, Education Futures, Available at: http://www.knowmadsociety.com/download/KnowmadSociety.pdf Orihuela L. (2003), Los weblogs ante los paradigmas de la eComunicación: 10principios del nuevo escenario mediático, ponencia presentada en elV Foro de Investigación Europea en Comunicación, Madrid. Disponible en http://jlori.blogia.com/2003 I 11260l-Ios-we blogs-ante-Iosp aradigmas-de-Iaecomunicacion.php. Oblinger, Diana G. y Oblinger, James (2005): Educating the Net Generation, EDUCAUSE. Prensky, Marc (2001a): Digital natives, digital immigrants. On the Horizon, 9(5), pp. 1-6. Prensky, Marc. (2001b): Digital natives, digital immigrants part II: Do they really think differently? On the Horizon, 9(5), 7-9.
  30. 30. Richardson, W. (2012) Why School? TED Books. Kindle Version. Scolari, C. (ed.) (2008a) L'Homo Videoludens, Víc, Eumo. - - (2008b) Hipermediaciones. Elementos para una teoría de la comunicación digital interactiva. Barcelona: Gedisa. Shirky, C. (2008) Here comes everybody: The Power of Organising without Organisations, Kindle Version. Schwartzman, Gisela y Odetti, Valeria (2013) Remix como estrategia para el diseño de Materiales Didácticos Hipermediales. Disponible en: http://www.pent.org.ar/institucional/publicaciones/remix-como- estrategia-paradiseno-materiales-didacticos-hipermediales Thomas, D., & Brown, J. S. (2011). A new culture of learning: Cultivating the imagination for a world of constant change. Lexington, Ky: CreateSpace. Wheeler, S. (2006). U-Learning: Education for a Mobile Generation [Documento en línea]. Disponible: http://www2.plymouth.ac.uk/distancelearning/U-Learning.ppt.
  31. 31. mariana.frerrarelli@gmail.com @FerrarelliM http://social-studies-ferrarelli.blogspot.com.ar/ http://www.slideshare.net/marianaferrarelli

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